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					2007 SPRING CRedIt SChedule                         President’s Message
                                                             Dear Friends and Neighbors,

                                                              Galveston College is pleased to present the 2007 Spring
                                                             Semester Class Schedule and Continuing Education Guide.
                                                             We invite you, your family members and your business
                                                             associates to take advantage of academic, workforce
                                                             training, continuing education and leisure learning courses at
                                                             your local community college.

                                                             Please pay particular attention to the special Mini-Semester
                                                             courses that are available from January 3 through January 12
                                                             on weekdays. This special semester is a quick and affordable
                                                             way to pick up courses before our full Spring Semester
                                   W. R. "Bill"             begins on January 16 or before you or your loved ones head
                                Auvenshine, Ed.D.           back to a four-year university.

                               Also, there are dynamic workforce programs in our Allied Health and Nursing areas
                               as well as Continuing Education training opportunities for Pharmacy Technician,
                               EKG Technician, Dental Assisting and Certified Nursing Aide. Many of our local high
                               school, home schooled and GED graduates are eligible for the Universal Access free
                               tuition and fees program and there are also other forms of financial aid for all of our
                               students.

                               Come and take advantage of your affordable community college opportunities today.
                               Galveston College awaits you as a beacon of light guiding lifelong learning.

                               Yours for the good in Galveston,



                               W. R. “Bill” Auvenshine, Ed.D.
                               Interim President, Galveston College
                               Past President, Texas Association of Community Colleges



                                                           Board of Regents
                               The nine-member Board of Regents of Galveston College are elected at-large by position
                               by residents of Galveston and Port Bolivar. These Regents give unselfishly of their time and
                               represent their constituents for six-year terms.




                                          Carl E. Kelly,     Florentino Gonzalez,   George F. Black,          Barbara K.
                                           Chairman            Vice Chairman           Secretary                Crews




                                            Paul J.             F. A. "Andy"          Gregory R.               Carroll G.
                                       Cunningham, M.D.             Odom              Roof, Ph.D.               Sunseri

                              (Position 4 is vacant)

     2	                                                                                                Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule
 taBle OF CONteNtS
    President's Message/Board of Regents ...............................................................................................2




                                                                                                                                                                    2007 SPRING CaleNdaR
    2007 Spring Calendar / Final Exam Schedule ....................................................................................3
    Mini-Semester Courses.......................................................................................................................4
    Programs of Study Offered .................................................................................................................5
    Admissions Information .....................................................................................................................6
    Registration Instructions .....................................................................................................................7
    Testing Information ............................................................................................................................8
    Financial Aid Information...................................................................................................................9
    FACTS Tuition Payment Plan ...........................................................................................................10
    Tuition and Fees................................................................................................................................12
    Course Fees................................................................................................................................. 13-16
    Bookstore Policies ............................................................................................................................17
    Campus Map ............................................................................................................................... 18-19
    Distance Learning ....................................................................................................................... 20-23
    Hamshire - Fannett ...........................................................................................................................24
    Alphabetical Course Listings...................................................................................................... 25-38
    Continuing Education Guide ..................................................................................in Rust pages 1-25


                                    2007 spring calendar
November 27-December 1 ................................................ Early Registration (Ends at 1:00 pm. on December 1)
December 4 & January 12...............................................................................................New Student Orientation
December 8 ...................................................................................Last Day to apply for Spring 2007 Graduation
December 19 ..................................................................................... Winter Break (College Closes at 3:00 p.m.)
January 3 ..................................................................................................................................... College Reopens
January 3 ............................................................................................... Payment Deadline for Early Registration
January 5 ............................................................................. Faculty & Staff General Assembly (College Closed)
January 8-12 ....................................................................... Open Registration (Ends at 1:00 p.m. on January 12)
January 12 .......................................................................................................................New Student Orientation
January 15 ..................................................................................... Martin Luther King Holiday (College Closed)
January 16 ........................................................................................................................................ Classes Begin
January 16-17 ............................................................................................... Late Registration/Schedule Changes
January 31 ......................................................................................... Last Day to Drop without Receiving a “W”
March 12-17 ......................................................................................... Mid-Semester Holidays (College Closed)
March 19 .......................................................................................................................................Classes Resume
March 30 ....................................................................................................................... Last Day to Submit AWN
April 6 ................................................................................................................Spring Holiday (College Closed)
April 12 ............................................................................................................. Last Day to withdraw (3:00 p.m.)
May 7-10 ............................................................................................................................................ Final Exams
May 11 ....................................................................................................Grades Due to Admissions by 4:00 p.m.
May 17 ......................................................................................................................................... Commencement
May 18 ............................................................................................................................................Semester Ends

                          2007 spring Final eXaM scHedUle
Final exam times are based on the first meeting time of class (e.g. if you meet at 8:00 a.m. on Monday or Wednesday,
your exam time will be at 8:00 a.m. on Monday or if you meet at 9:30 a.m. on Tuesday or Thursday, your exam time will
be at 8:00 a.m. on Thursday)
(Note: Any alteration to the time or date of examinations on this published schedule must have prior approval from the
Vice President of Academic Affairs and Student Services)

6:00 - 8:00 a.m. Exams scheduled based on 1st hour                                EVEninG ExAMS
class meets                                                                       1st Meeting
1st Meeting                                                                       Time                 Day              Exam Time
Time          Day        Exam Time                                                5:30                 M or W           5:30 p.m. on Monday
8:00                M or W            8:00 a.m. on Monday                         5:30                 T or R           5:30 p.m. on Tuesday
                                                                                  7:00                 M or W           7:30 p.m. on Wednesday
8:00                T or R            8:00 a.m. on Tuesday                        7:00                 T or R           7:30 p.m. on Thursday
9:30                M or W            8:00 a.m. on Wednesday                      8:30                 M or W           7:30 p.m. on Monday
9:30                T or R            8:00 a.m. on Thursday                       8:30                 T or R           7:30 p.m. on Tuesday

11:00               M or W            10:00 a.m. on Tuesday
                                                                                  FRiDAY, MAY 11, 2007
11:00               T or R            10:00 a.m. on Wednesday                     All grades are due in the Office of Admissions via Campus
12:30               M or W            10:00 a.m. on Thursday                      Online by 4:00 p.m.. Instructors should enter grades into
12:30               T or R            10:00 a.m. on Monday                        Campus Online for processing as soon as possible following
                                                                                  completion of the exam. Students should check all examina-
2:00                M or W            1:00 p.m. on Wednesday                      tion dates with their instructors prior to the exam week.
2:00                T or R            1:00 p.m. on Thursday                       Examinations should be administered in the room where the
                                                                                  class meets, however, off-campus classes will be announced
3:30                M or W            1:00 p.m. on Monday
                                                                                  by the instructor. Laboratory exams will be given on the last
3:30                T or R            1:00 p.m. on Tuesday                        scheduled lab day of the semester.

M - Monday                  T - Tuesday                 W - Wednesday                     R - Thursday

Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule	                                                                                                                                                    3
                         MINI-SEMESTER JANUARY 3 - 12, 2007
NeW 2007 MINI-SeMeSteR    Sem. Course & Section Title                                                Hrs     Time             Room      instructor

                         ART
                         ARTS 1301         3250     Art Appreciation                                   3     9:00-3:00        F-319      Stovall

                         ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING
                         RNSG 1193         5101     Special Topics: Issues in Pediatrics               1     9:00-12:00       R-257      Bastien
                         RNSG 1115         5102     Health Assessment                                  1     9:00-12:00       R-257      Perry
                                                    Laboratory                                               1:00-3:00        R-257      Perry
                         RNSG 1171         5103     Introduction to Nursing Process                    1     9:00-11:00       R-252      Hellmann

                         COMPUTERS IN HEALTHCARE                                                       (HYBRiD inTERnET)
                         HITT 1211         5104     Computers in Health Care*                          2   9:00-1:00 R-255               Boudreaux
                         *Mandatory orientation for HITT 1211.5104 Computer In Healthcare will be on Wednesday, January 3 at 9 a.m. in room R-225.

                         CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                         CRIJ 1307         3251     Crime in America                                   3     9:00-3:00        N-228      Nelson

                         ENGLISH
                         ENGL 1302         3255     Composition II                                     3     9:00-3:00        N-245      King

                         ECONOMICS
                         ECON 2301         3260     Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics 3                9:00-3:00        F-321      Pappous

                         GOVERNMENT
                         GOVT 2306         3265     Texas Government                                   3     9:00-3:00        N-235      Waddell

                         HISTORY
                         HIST 1301         3266     U.S. History I                                     3     9:00-3:00        F-211      Sewell
                         HIST 1302         3270     U.S. History II                                    3     9:00-3:00        F-212      Janner

                         HUMANITIES
                         HUMA 1301 3275             Intro to Humanities I                              3     9:00-3:00        F-215      Wolfson

                         MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
                         HPRS 1206         5109     Medical Terminology                                3     9:00-3:00        R-250      Perkins

                         MUSIC
                         MUSI 1306         3280     Music Appreciation                                 3     9:00-3:00        F-216      Sharp

                         SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY
                         HPRS 2200         5108     Pharmacology for the Surgical Technologist 2             9:00-1:00        N-227      Martinez

                         VOCATIONAL NURSING
                         VNSG 1227         5107     Essentials of Medication Administration            3     9:00-1:00        R-259      TBA

                                                                       inTERnET CLASSES
                         ENGLISH
                         ENGL 1301         3293     Composition I*                                     3                                 Eckhart
                         ENGL 2307         3294     Creative Writing *                                 3                                 Eckhart
                         *Students registered in ENGL 1301.3293 must attend orientation. Orientation will be held in room R-358 on Wednesday, January 3,
                         2007 at 1 p.m. Orientation for students registered in ENGL 2307.3294 will be held in room R-358 on Wednesday, January 3, 2007
                         at 3 p.m. Orientation for this courses are mandatory. Contact Laurie Eckhart at (409) 944-1394 or leckhart@gc.edu for additional
                         information.

                         GOVERNMENT
                         GOVT 2305         3290     Federal Government*                                3                                 Josselet
                         *Students registered in GOVT 2305.3290 must attend orientation. Orientation will be held in room F-207 on Wednesday, January
                         3, 2007 at 6 p.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact Kenda Josselet at (409) 944-1430 or kjossele@gc.edu for
                         additional information.

                         MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
                         HPRS 1206         5106     Medical Terminology*                               2                                 Mader
                         *Orientation for HPRS 1206.5106 Medical Terminology will be at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, January 3, 2007 in room R-250.
                                      All mini-semester courses are held weekdays starting Wednesday, January 3
                                                         and end on Friday, January 12, 2007.
                                                                REGiSTRATiOn inFORMATiOn
                            Students who are currently enrolled at Galveston College can register for the Spring 2007 Mini-Semester by
                           logging in to Campus Online, beginning November 27 - January 3. Students must complete registration before
                           9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, January 3. New, previously enrolled, or transfer students need to contact the Office of
                           Admission prior to registering for classes. Early Registration begins November 27. For more information about
                              fees, special mandatory orientations*, and class times, call 409-944-1220 or visit online at www.gc.edu.
                                                                          REFUnD DATES
                                                         Spring 2007 Mini Semester classes begin 01/03/2007
                                               Spring 2007 Mini Semester – REFUND POLICY (Credit Courses Only)
                                            100% prior to 5:00 p.m. on 01/02/2007 • 70% prior to 5:00 p.m. on 01/05/2007
                                                               No refund after 5:00 p.m. on 01/05/2007

    4	                                                                                                        Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule
  Programs of Study Offered
      degree Programs




                                                                                                     deGRee PROGRaMS
Associate of Applied Science (A.A.S.)
The Associate of Applied Science Degree (A.A.S.) is awarded to students who successfully
complete an approved curriculum for a two-year technical or vocational program. Each program
must include a minimum of 15 credit hours of general education courses with at least one course
taken from each of the following areas: Humanities/Fine Arts, Behavioral/Social Sciences, and
Natural Science/Mathematics. in addition, evidence of computer literacy must be satisfied by
completion of COSC 1301 or a higher level computer science.

Galveston College offers Associate of Applied Science degrees in the following areas:
ß Accounting                                       ß Hotel, Restaurant and Tourism Management
ß Biotechnology                                    ß Associate Degree Nursing
ß Computer Science Technology               ß EMT-P to ADN Transitional
ß Microcomputer Applications and Networking ß LVN to ADN Transitional
ß Criminal Justice                          ß Office Administration
ß Culinary Arts/Hospitality Management      ß Medical Secretary Option
ß Emergency Medical Services                       ß Nuclear Medicine Technology
ß Management Development                           ß Radiation Therapy Technology
ß General Management Option                        ß Radiography


Associate of Arts (A.A.)
An Associate of Arts degree is a program of study requiring a minimum of 60 credit hours for
completion. This program normally satisfies the requirements for the first two years of a four-
year degree, which may be completed by the student upon transfer to a university. Programs of
study for the Associate of Arts degree parallel the first two years required for Bachelor of Arts
and Bachelor of Science degrees at senior colleges and universities. However, because degree
requirements at senior colleges and universities vary, students should select courses with the as-
sistance of a Galveston College counselor or faculty advisor.

NOTE: Students desiring to earn a second associate degree must complete a minimum of an
additional 18 semester hours in residence. A number of courses contained in the AAS degree
programs are specifically created as workforce education courses and may not transfer to bac-
calaureate programs – see counselors, advisors and program coordinators for more information.

CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS
A program of study requiring less than 60 credit hours for completion. These programs are nor-
mally designed to provide short-term training necessary to develop entry-level job skills without
requiring completion of an Associate Degree. Credit may be awarded toward a respective degree
at Galveston College on the vast majority of work taken in the certificate program.

Galveston College offers the following Certificates:
                                                ß General Management
ß Para-Professional Accounting                  ß Law Enforcement Academy
ß Administrative Professional                      ß Magnetic Resonance Imaging
ß Breast Imaging/Mammography                       ß Medical Office Assistant
ß Computerized Tomography Technology               ß Microcomputer Applications
ß Criminal Justice                                 ß Microcomputer Networking
ß Culinary Arts                                    ß Office Assistant
ß Culinary Arts/Baking and Pastry                  ß Phlebotomy Technology
ß EMT Basic                                        ß Radiation Therapy Technology
ß EMT Intermediate                                 ß Surgical Technology
ß EMT Paramedic                                    ß Vocational Nursing




Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule	                                                                                  5
                      APPLYING FOR ADMISSION                            • Parents and students realize a financial sav-
                                                                           ings in tuition, room and board, and travel.
                      For admission consideration to degree and
hOW tO eNROll/aPPlY   certificate programs, new students must com-      • Provide opportunities for students to make
                      plete the following steps:                           decisions for themselves regarding subject
                                                                           choices, time management, and future
                      1 Completeto thereturn an admissions ap-
                        plication
                                  and
                                        Admissions Office.
                                                                           career plans.
                                                                        • Students have the opportunity to adjust to
                      2 schools (high school and colleges) to be
                         Request official transcripts from former          the “college atmosphere.”
                                                                        COURSES MAY inCLUDE:
                          sent to the Admissions Office.                English, History, Government, Economics,
                      3    Provide proof of Texas residency. For
                          more information, see www.gc.edu/admis-
                                                                        Math, Spanish, French, Biology, Psychology
                                                                        and Sociology.
                          sions/index.htm.
                                                                        NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
                      4    Demonstrate the “Ability to Benefit”
                          (ATB) by obtaining minimum scores             New Student Orientation is REQUiRED for
                          required by the Department of Education       all first time fulltime students registering for
                          on an approved ATB test (For students         credit classes. New students may choose an
                          who do not have a high school diploma         orientation session scheduled December 4,
                          or G.E.D.).                                   2006, from 6:00 p.m. to 8 p.m. or January
                                                                        12, 2007, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. in
                      5    See a Counselor, Advisor, or Program
                          Coordinator to plan your college educa-
                                                                        Moody Hall Room 220. Continuing students
                                                                        are also encouraged to attend. Each session
                          tion and prepare for registration.
                                                                        will provide students with information on the
                      6    If required, take appropriate placement
                          tests (testing can last up to three hours).
                                                                        many services available to students at Galves-
                                                                        ton College and allow early registration in
                                                                        courses. Visit www.gc.edu for more informa-
                      READMISSION                                       tion or call (409) 944-1220.
                      Previously enrolled students who have been
                      away from Galveston College for at least one      ACADEMIC FRESH START
                      semester (not including summer semesters)         An applicant for admission, who is a Texas
                      must re-enroll by completing a Readmis-           resident, may seek to enter this institution
                      sions Application at the Admissions Office in     pursuant to the “academic fresh start” statute,
                      Moody Hall. Students must request the Re-         Texas Education Code §51.929. If the
                      admissions Application, complete and submit       applicant informs the Admissions Office in
                      the form to the Admissions Office.                writing requesting “academic fresh start,” the
                                                                        institution will not consider academic course
                      DUAL CREDIT & EARLY                               credits or grades earned by the applicant ten
                      ADMISSIONS PROGRAM                                or more years prior to the starting date of
                      ATTEnTiOn HiGH SCHOOL                             the semester in which the applicant seeks to
                      STUDEnTS! High School students may                enroll at Galveston College. An applicant
                      earn up to 36 college hours in addition to a      who elects to apply under this statute may not
                      high school diploma.                              receive any course credit for courses taken ten
                                                                        or more years prior to enrollment. Students
                      Enrollment in Galveston College’s Dual-
                                                                        seeking “academic fresh start” must make
                      Credit/Early Admissions Program provides
                                                                        the request by completing and submitting the
                      high school students an opportunity to get
                                                                        Academic Fresh Start form before the end of
                      a head-start on earning transferable college
                                                                        the first semester of enrollment. For more
                      credits (up to 36 college credit hours) at a
                                                                        information, contact the Admissions Office at
                      minimal cost before high school gradua-
                                                                        (409) 944-1230.
                      tion. Contact a Galveston College Counselor
                      or Advisor at (409) 944-1341 for a list of        VETERANS BENEFITS PROGRAM
                      courses and admssion procedures or see www.       The Admissions Office assists eligible student
                      gc.edu. Dual-Credit is also available through     veterans and their dependents obtain veter-
                      designated Advanced Placement high school         ans’ educational benefits in compliance with
                      courses.                                          Veterans Administration procedures and
                      QUALiFiCATiOnS:                                   regulations.
                      1. Completion of sophomore year of high           To receive veterans benefits, students must
                         school.                                        be admitted to Galveston College, enroll in a
                      2. Parental approval and recommendation by        degree-seeking or certificate-seeking program
                         the high school principal.                     and apply for Veterans Educational Benefits.
                      3. Score at college level on TAKS, SAT, ACT,      Current students should visit or contact the
                         THEA or THEA alternative tests.                Admissions Office each semester after regis-
                      (Limit of six credit hours per semester.)         tering for classes to verify their eligibility of
                      ADVAnTAGES:                                       benefits.
                      • Opportunity to decrease the amount of           For more information regarding Veterans
                         time required to complete a baccalaureate      Administration education benefits, contact the
                         degree.                                        Admissions Office at (409) 944-1232.

   6	                                                                                  Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule
HOW TO REGISTER                                    and accuracy of their class schedule.
                                                   Registration is complete when tuition and
                                                   fees are paid. Please contact the Business Of-
REGISTER USING CAMPUS




                                                                                                       ReGIStRatION INFORMatION
                                                   fice cashier for payment methods.
ONLINE
Continuing students can begin registering
                                                   SCHEDULE CHANGES
                                                   CAMPUS OnLinE is available for schedule
using CAMPUS ONLINE on November 27,                changes during early registration and open
2006, during the early registration period. The    registration. Students who need to change
following instructions are provided to assist      their schedule (including adding or dropping a
with registering online:                           course) must contact a Counselor, Advisor, or
1. Go to www.gc.edu                                Program Coordinator to have the change(s) ap-
2. Click on CAMPUS OnLinE                          proved during late registration.
3. Enter your 6 digit student ID number and
    password (password is defaulted to your        EARLY REGISTRATION –
    date of birth yyyymmdd)* and click login.
4. Select the My info tab
                                                   MOODY HALL
5. Select Class Registration                       November 27-28, 2006 8:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
6. Select a term and school and click Load         November 29-30, 2006 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
    Registration                                   December 1, 2006     8:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
7. To add a class, click the Add Class tab
8. Enter the call number and click the Add         OPEN REGISTRATION –
    Class tab
9. When finished adding classes, click the
                                                   MOODY HALL
    Complete Registration tab
                                                   January 8-11, 2007        8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
10. You are able to pay for your classes online    January 12, 2007          8:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
    by clicking the FACTS* Payment tab
* For more information about FACTS (pay-           LATE REGISTRATION
ment online) turn to pages 10 and 11.              January 16-17, 2007       8:30 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Prior to participating in Early or Open Reg-
istration using CAMPUS ONLINE, students            SUPPORT FOR STUDENTS
must complete the following steps:                 WITH DISABILITIES
• New students must contact the Admis-
                                                   Registration assistance is available for students
   sions Office to verify that their records are
                                                   with physical disabilities. Students should
   complete before meeting with a Counselor,
                                                   contact the Special Services Counselor in the
   Advisor, or Program Coordinator.
                                                   Counseling Center in Moody Hall. For further
• Continuing and former students should
                                                   information, call (409) 944-1222.
   check with the Admissions Office to
   remove registration holds before meeting
   with a Counselor, Advisor, or Program           STUDENT ID CARDS
   Coordinator.                                    • All Galveston College students are
• Using the Student Schedule Form, prepare           required to possess and display a valid
   a draft class schedule to review with a           Galveston College Student identification
   Counselor, Advisor, or Program Coordina-          card.
   tor.                                            • Students must present their receipt before an
• Contact a Counselor, Advisor, or Program           ID card will be issued.
   Coordinator to review your draft schedule       • The Galveston College student ID card is re-
   on the completed Student Schedule Form.           quired for college services such as the library
• Counselors may be contacted in the Coun-           and in the Learning Resource Center testing
   seling Center (M-150 or 944-1220) and the         facility.
   Advisor for Nursing may be contacted at         • The initial ID card is issued at no cost to the
   944-1379 or in room R-269, the Advisor            student. Replacement ID cards are $5.00
   for Allied Health may be contacted at 944-        each. Students can obtain their ID card from
   1252 or in room N-204, and the Academic           Media Services in room R-120.
   Advisor may be contacted at 944-1343 or
   in room N-328.
Please note that new and former students
                                                   PARKING PERMITS
will be given access to CAMPUS OnLinE             All students, faculty, and staff at Galveston Col-
for registration only after advisement.           lege are required to identify their motor vehicles
                                                  on campus through the use of a Galveston
Please note: CAMPUS ONLINE will                   College Parking Permit. Parking permits can
prohibit students from registering in courses     be obtained during registration periods from
if they have not completed the required           Media Services in room R120 by completing the
prerequisite(s), lack the appropriate placement appropriate form.
test score(s) and/or fail to enroll in the course
co-requisite.                                     For a complete listing of the new Parking Rules
Students are responsible for the development       and Regulations, go online to www.gc.edu.

Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule	                                                                                         7
               texas Success Initiative
               The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requires students to demonstrate college readiness in reading,
What IS tSI?   writing, and mathematics by meeting certain criteria. The criteria include minimum scores on the
               following tests: TAKS, TAAS, SAT, ACT, THEA (TASP), or THEA alternative; or prior completion of
               identified college courses with a grade of "C" or higher. Students not demonstrating college readiness
               in any area will be required to enroll in the appropriate developmental course(s). Registration informa-
               tion for the dates, times, cost, and locations for administration of the THEA test is available online at
               www.thea.nesinc.com. For additional information on the THEA Test, contact the Counseling Office at
               409-944-1220.
               Galveston College offers the COMPASS® test as an alternative to the THEA test. The COMPASS®
               test is available in the Learning Resource Center at Galveston College. Please contact the Counseling
               Center at (409) 944-1220 or the Learning Resource Center at (409) 944-1290 for information on the
               dates, times, and cost of the COMPASS® test.

               ReGIStRatION aleRt!
               Students may not register for classes before assessment has been made for the Texas Success Initiative.
               Students may be required to take the COMPASS® test as an alternative to the THEA test before enroll-
               ing in Galveston College.

               PlaCeMeNt teStING
               Each credit course in the Galveston College catalog (available on-line at www.gc.edu), has a required
               performance level in reading, writing, and/or mathematics skills. The COMPASS® test is used to de-
               termine placement in college level courses. Students who do not demonstrate the required performance
               level will be required to successfully complete the appropriate developmental course(s). Contact
               the Counseling Center at (409) 944-1220 for information on the requirements for enrolling in credit
               courses.

               GalVeStON COlleGe teStING CeNteR
               The mission of the Testing Center is to support Galveston College by administering, reporting, and storing
               confidential student assessment records and to provide a clean, fair, comfortable and safe testing environment
               for Galveston College students taking institutional exams as well as community members taking correspon-
               dence, state and national exams.
               The Center offers an environment that supports the changing needs of the testing world and currently pro-
               vides the following exams at the Center.
               Test                           Cost:         Registration Requirement:
               COMPASS®                       $29.00        Pre-Registration not Required
               CLEP                           $75.00        Pre-Registration Required
               CORRESPONDENCE                 $25.00        Pre-Registration Required
               DISTANCE LEARNING              none          Pre-Registration not Required
               GED*                           $60.00        Pre-Registration Required
               GED Re-Test                    $10.00        Per Subject Pre-Registration Required
               NET                            $25.00        Pre-Registration through the Nursing Department
               THEA                           $29.00        Registrations through National Evaluation Service only

                  * The GED Exam is not administered during the months of January, July, or August. Anyone
               who tested prior to January 2002 and did not pass or complete the exam must re-take the full exam.
                  In order to take the GED exam at Galveston College, you must pre-register and then attend an ori-
               entation session prior to receiving a GED exam date. The GED exam is given every first and third
               Friday and Saturday except on holidays.
                  Pre-Registration is conducted every Monday & Tuesday from 8:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (except on
               holidays). Orientations are also held on Mondays at 2:00 p.m., 4:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m.
                  A valid Photo iD is required for admission for all exams. For more information check out the
               testing website at www.gc.edu or contact the Galveston College Testing Center at (409)-944-1290.


               GalVeStON COlleGe StudeNt
               SuCCeSS CeNteR
               The Student Success Center, located in N-119, provides free appointment or drop-in tutoring for any
               Galveston College student in the Core Curriculum offered at the college or via Distance Learning. Stu-
               dents must bring their student identification card (ID) to receive services. Students must sign in and out
               to access the lab. Internet access and textbooks are available for check-out within the Center only. The
               tutoring website (http://www.gc.edu/gc/Tutoring-Services1.asp) contains many links to valuable re-
               sources on the world-wide web for each discipline and for study skills. The facility offers white boards
               for group studying and/or tutoring, sixteen computers designated for tutoring or virtual learning, and a
               positive learning environment.

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FINaNCIal aId & SChOlaRShIPS
FINaNCIal aId elIGIBIlItY




                                                                                                           FINaNCIal aId & SChOlaRShIPS
Financial aid eligibility must be determined by one of the following methods:

1 if a student has applied for financial aid and/or scholarships and has received a
  Financial Aid Award notification for 2006-2007 Award Year from Galveston College:
     the student may charge tuition and fees up to the amount of scholarship and grant awards for
     the semester. If the award does not cover all of the tuition and fees the student must pay the
     balance in the Business Office.

2 if a student has student will need to visit the Financial Aid Office tohas nOT received
  notification: the
                    applied for financial aid and/or scholarships and
                                                                          learn the status of
     their application. If a student's file is incomplete, the student will need to pay for registration
     from their own resources or set-up an IP payment plan with the Business Office. Aid may be
     received during the semester and students will be reimbursed, if eligible.

3 if a student hasAn applicationfor financial aid:picked upand the Financial paid Office.the student's
   own resources.
                     not applied
                                    packet may be
                                                      Tuition
                                                               in
                                                                  fees must be
                                                                               Aid
                                                                                   from


4 If eligible, the student will that financial aidaid during the semester and be reimbursed. who
 Federal regulations mandate
                                receive financial
                                                   eligibility must be recalculated for students
withdraw during the semester, and who receive all AWNs for non-attendance. A portion of financial
aid used for tuition, fees, books, and cash disbursements MAY HAVE TO BE REPAID by those
students. Students who fail to make the proper arrangements for repayment will be reported to the
federal data system. This will prevent them from receiving aid from any college they attend in the
future. Questions may be directed to the Financial Aid Office.

FINaNCIal aId aNd SChOlaRShIPS
When is the priority date to apply for Financial Aid? Scholarships?
   The priority date for applying for Financial Aid for Spring 2007 is November 1, 2006, prior
to the upcoming Spring Semester to receive aid by registration. Students can still apply after this
date, but may have to pay for their tuition and fees. Aid may be awarded retroactively after classes
begin.
'
Will Financial Aid pay for my books?
   Books may be charged to Pell grants, TEXAS grants and other scholarships in the College
Bookstore. Universal Access recipients will receive a one-time $200 bookstore stipend.
Can i get Financial Aid if i am a part-time student?
  Yes, in most cases.
When are Pell checks refund produced?
  Pell checks are received approximately 14 days after funds have been disbursed to the student's
account.
What scholarships are available and how do i apply?
  Galveston College has thousands of dollars in named scholarships available. Galveston College
will offer several named scholarships for the Spring 2007 semester.
For more information contact the Financial Aid Office at (409) 944-1235.

uNIVeRSal aCCeSS SChOlaRShIPS
           A nationally recognized program that the community of Galveston created to
provide education and training opportunities for its citizens.
           Universal Access Scholarships ensure that every eligible graduate of a Galveston high
school, home school program, and/or GED has the opportunity to attend Galveston College to
pursue a two year associate degree, take university transfer classes and receive technical training
through a workforce development program.
           An applicant must be a resident of the Galveston College taxing district, which
includes Galveston Island and Port Bolivar, for a minimum of 12 months prior to graduation or
GED completion and continue to be a resident of the Galveston College taxing district while en-
rolled at Galveston College and receiving Universal Access funds. A recipient must be a resident
of the state of Texas and United States citizen or an alien who has filed with the proper federal
immigration authorities a declaration of intention to become a citizen (Texas Education Code
54.057) allowing these students to qualify for resident tuition rates.
           The maximum Universal Access Scholarship grant is $2,400, for up to five years.
Complete Eligibility and Participation Guidelines for the program are available on request from
the Financial Aid Office and online at http://www.gc.edu/images/gc/documents/PDF/UA-guide
lines.pdf.
           For more information, contact the Galveston College Foundation at (409) 944-1303. To
apply, contact the Galveston College Financial Aid Office at (409) 944-1235.

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tuItION PaYMeNt PlaN   tuItION PaYMeNt PlaN
                       College expenses, What’s Your Plan?
                       Paying for the rising costs of a college education is a concern for nearly every student and family. The
                       fact is, few of us have the resources to simply write a check for the full cost of tuition each semester.
                       So how are you meeting your costs? What’s your plan? Do you have one?
                       Having a solid plan for covering the cost of college is an important step toward graduation. Galveston
                       College is pleased to enlist the services of FACTS to make the process easier for you.
                       Working together, Galveston College and FACTS will provide you with sensible strategies for covering
                       the rising costs of college.

                       here is a Proven Plan
                       To help you meet your educational expenses, Galveston
                       College is proud to offer FACTS as a convenient budget
                       plan. This is not a loan program. You have no debt, there
                       are no interest or finance charges assessed, and there is no
                       credit check. The cost to budget your interest-free monthly
                       payment plan is a $25.00 per semester nonrefundable
                       FACTS Enrollment Fee. You may budget your tuition and
                       fees in the following ways:
                       A. Automatic Bank Payment (ACH)—ACH payments
                       are those payments you have authorized FACTS to process directly with your financial institution. It
                       is simply a bank-to-bank transfer of funds that you have pre-approved for your expenses at Galveston
                       College. Payments may be made from either your checking or savings account. Payments are pro-
                       cessed on the 5th of each month and will continue until the balance is paid in full.
                       B. Credit Card Option—Paying with your credit card gives you the option of taking advantage of
                       any bonus programs that may be offered by your credit card company. Your monthly payment will be
                       automatically charged to the credit card you designate. Payments will be charged on the 5th of each
                       month until the balance is paid in full.

                       Convenient Online enrollment
                       Enroll in the FACTS Payment Plan online at www.gc.edu and follow the instructions. Be sure to have
                       the following information:
                       ß Six-digit student ID as assigned by Galveston College.
                       ß The name, address, and e-mail address of the person responsible for making the payments.
                       ß To protect your privacy, you will need to create your own unique FACTS Access Code. Please be
                         sure it is something you can easily remember.
                       ß Account information for the person responsible for payment.
                         °      If paying by automatic bank payments, you will need the bank name, telephone number, ac-
                                count number, and the bank routing number. Most of this information is located on your check.
                         °      If paying by credit card, you will need the credit card number and expiration date.




                                     FaCtS eNROllMeNt deadlINe
                        SPRinG 2007 Mini-SEMESTER
                        *Full payments only may be made on e-Cashier Nov 27-Jan 3 (5 p.m.)

                        SPRinG 2007
                        *Enrollment on e-Cashier is available for Early Registration from Nov 27 - Jan 3 (5 p.m.)
                        *Enrollment on e-Cashier is available for Open Registration from Jan 8 (7 a.m.) - Jan 11 (5 p.m.)
                        *Enrollment on e-Cashier is available for Late Registration from Jan 16 (7 a.m.) - Jan 17 (5 p.m.)

                        Last Day to                                Required                   Number of                  Months of
                        Submit Online                            Down Payment                 Payments                   Payments
                        Jan 3 - Early Registration                  50%                          2                       Feb & Mar
                        Jan 11 - Open Registration                  50%                          2                       Feb & Mar
                        Jan 17 - Late Registration                  50%                          2                       Feb & Mar

                        *Students who enroll during early registration must choose e-Cashier by Jan 3 (5 p.m.) or they will be dropped for non-payment
                        *Students who enroll during early registration must choose e-Cashier by Jan 11 (5 p.m.) or they will be dropped for non-payment
                        *Students who enroll during early registration must choose e-Cashier by Jan 17 (5 p.m.) or they will be dropped for non-payment
                        Full payments may be made on e-Cashier for early registration Nov 27 - Jan 3 (5 p.m.)
                        Full payments may be made on e-Cashier for open registration Jan 8 - Jan 11 (5 p.m.)
                        Full payments may be made on e-Cashier for late registration Jan 16 - Jan 17 (5 p.m.)



   10	                                                                                                        Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule
Full and down Payment Options
Full or down payments are deducted immediately from the account provided on the agreement. If the




                                                                                                           tuItION PaYMeNt PlaN
payment fails for any reason, the agreement is terminated and notification is sent to the person respon-
sible for payment. A $2.00 nonrefundable FACTS Enrollment Fee will be assessed for full payments.



Frequently asked Questions about FaCtS
1.   When and what time will the funds be withdrawn from my bank account?
     FACTS specifies the date each payment will occur, but it is your financial institution that deter-
     mines the time of day the payment is debited. FACTS recommends you check with your financial
     institution to determine how far in advance funds should be deposited into your account to ensure
     the automatic payment clears. If a payment date falls on a weekend or banking holiday, the pay-
     ment will be attempted the following business day.

2.   How will i be notified of my payment information?
     Once your agreement is posted to the FACTS system, you will receive a confirmation notification
     of your payment amount by e-mail or letter. Payments will be processed until the total balance is
     paid in full. The notification has important information you must have to log on to My FACTS
     Account. The notification also serves as a reminder that a $25.00 per semester nonrefundable
     FACTS Enrollment Fee will be processed from the account indicated on the agreement.

3.   Can i pay by phone with FACTS?
     In accordance with the Terms & Conditions of your FACTS agreement, payments are processed
     electronically. FACTS does not accept payments by phone.

4.   What is the FACTS Access Code?
     To help protect your privacy, FACTS asks the person responsible for the payments to create an
     access code. If you should call into FACTS inquiring about your FACTS agreement or inquire
     online through My FACTS Account, you will be required to verify your FACTS Access Code. If
     you do not create an access code on your FACTS agreement, one will be randomly assigned to
     you. Your FACTS Access Code will be identified on your FACTS Confirmation Notification.
     Please remember to keep a copy of your confirmation notification.



                     SaVe tIMe...PaY ONlINe
                                            www.gc.edu

 Enrolling online is simple, secure, and easy. Connect to the e-Cashier Web site through
 www.gc.edu. The payment plan can accommodate down payments and monthly payments. Before
 you click the Submit button, please carefully read through the Final Review and the Terms and
 Conditions. An immediate e-mail will be sent (if an e-mail address was provided for the person
 responsible for payment) confirming enrollment through e-Cashier.




IMPORtaNt!
      Call 1-800-609-8056 to make any changes to your address, phone, or banking information. If you
have questions regarding your FACTS agreement please contact FACTS directly or go to My FACTS
Account to review your agreement online. Please remember to access My FACTS Account, the instruc-
tions are located in your Confirmation Letter or e-mail. If you have questions regarding your financial
aid award, please call Galveston College’s Business Office at (409) 944-1362.




                 SeNIOR CItIZeN dISCOuNt
        Senior Citizens (65 and older) receive a 50% tuition discount for credit and
      continuing education courses. Tuition adjustment requests must be made at the
     time of registration for continuing education courses and prior to the fourth day
                                 of class for credit courses.




Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule	                                                                                       11
                           SCHEDULE OF CHARGES                                                                FEES                               TOTALS
                       Sem.      Res. of       *non-Res. of        Bldg. Use   Student    Registration   General                        Res.             non-Res.
tuItION aNd FeeS       Hrs.      Texas            Texas              Fee     Services Fee     Fee      Service Fee                     Total              Total
                        1       $120.00         $300.00           $12.00           $10.00           $25.00          $37.00          $204.00            $384.00
                        2       $120.00         $300.00           $24.00           $10.00           $25.00          $37.00          $216.00            $396.00
                        3       $120.00         $300.00           $36.00           $10.00           $25.00          $37.00          $228.00            $408.00
                        4       $120.00         $300.00           $48.00           $10.00           $25.00          $37.00          $240.00            $420.00
                        5       $150.00         $300.00           $60.00           $10.00           $25.00          $37.00          $282.00            $432.00
                        6       $180.00         $360.00           $72.00           $10.00           $25.00          $37.00          $324.00            $504.00
                        7       $210.00         $420.00           $84.00           $10.00           $25.00          $37.00          $366.00            $576.00
                        8       $240.00         $480.00           $96.00           $10.00           $25.00          $37.00          $408.00            $648.00
                        9       $270.00         $540.00           $108.00          $15.00           $25.00          $37.00          $455.00            $725.00
                       10       $300.00         $600.00           $120.00          $15.00           $25.00          $37.00          $497.00            $797.00
                       11       $330.00         $660.00           $132.00          $15.00           $25.00          $37.00          $539.00            $869.00
                       12       $360.00         $720.00           $144.00          $15.00           $25.00          $37.00          $581.00            $941.00
                       13       $390.00         $780.00           $156.00          $15.00           $25.00          $37.00          $623.00           $1,013.00
                       14       $420.00         $840.00           $168.00          $15.00           $25.00          $37.00          $665.00           $1,085.00
                       15       $450.00         $900.00           $180.00          $15.00           $25.00          $37.00          $707.00           $1,157.00
                       16       $480.00         $960.00           $192.00          $15.00           $25.00          $37.00          $749.00           $1,229.00
                       17       $510.00        $1,020.00          $204.00          $15.00           $25.00          $37.00          $791.00           $1,301.00
                       18       $540.00        $1,080.00          $216.00          $15.00           $25.00          $37.00          $833.00           $1,373.00
                       19       $570.00        $1,140.00          $228.00          $15.00           $25.00          $37.00          $875.00           $1,445.00
                       20       $600.00        $1,200.00          $240.00          $15.00           $25.00          $37.00          $917.00           $1,517.00

                    * This includes Non-Resident of Texas, out-of-state, and international students - Minimum tuition for Resident of Texas - $120 - Minimum tuition for
                        Non-Resident of Texas - $300 - Tuition per credit hour for Resident of Texas - $30 - Tuition per credit hour for Non-Resident of Texas - $60

                                                    LABORATORY AND SPECIAL FEES
                     All laboratory fees will range from $5 - $24. Miscellaneous fees range from $5-$149 (including health insurance and
                                      incidental fees, excluding high end technology fees which may range up to $1400.)
                                  Please contact the Business Office or check www.gc.edu regarding any questions about fees.
                                                  Note: Fees are subject to change when circumstances warrant.
                        TUITION AND FEES MUST BE PAID AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION OR THROUGH
                                                              PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS

                                                         Spring Classes Begin January 16, 2007
                      2007 SPRING SEMESTER REFUND POLICY (Credit Courses Only)
                    Under the rules promulgated by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Galveston College will refund tuition
                                        and applicable fees for withdrawals and dropped classes as scheduled below:
                                                         100% prior to 5:00 p.m. on January 12, 2007
                                                         70% prior to 5:00 p.m. on February 05, 2007
                                                         25% prior to 5:00 p.m. on February 12, 2007
                                                        No refund after 5:00 p.m. on February 12, 2007
                                               Senior citizens must have tuition adjustment computed prior to the 12th class day.
                                              Concurrent Enrollment requirements must be completed prior to the 12th class day.
                                       Student I.D. cards must be obtained by the 12th class day or there will be an additional $5 charge.
                                 The $25 registration fee is non-refundable at anytime. All funds will be processed after the refund period ends.
                                        A $25 late registration fee will be assessed for credit course registration after January 12, 2007.
                                                     A $10 schedule change fee will be assessed for credit course additions,
                                                                     drops, or changes after January 12, 2007.
                              Changes in semester tuition and fees may occur after the publication date. These changes are recommended
                                 when necessary by the Administration and become effective as authorized by the Board of Regents.


                   CONCURRENT INSTITUTIONAL ENROLLMENT
                   TUITION ADJUSTMENT
                   When a student registers at more than one public institution of higher education at the same time
                   (i.e., enrolled at Texas A&M at Galveston and Galveston College or UTMB and Galveston Col-
                   lege), the student may be eligible for a reduction in tuition. This adjustment will be in accordance
                   with Section 54.0602 of the Education Code which establishes, in essence, that once a student has
                   enrolled at one public institution, and paid the required minimum tuition, he/she will be charged
                   tuition at the credit rate only when enrolling at a second public institution, and will not have to pay
                   the minimum tuition charge a second time. IN ORDER TO QUALIFY, THE STUDENT MUST
                   BRING A COPY OF THEIR RECEIPT FOR PAYMENT OF TUITION FROM THE INSTITU-
                   TION IN WHICH ENROLLMENT WAS FIRST MADE BY THE 12TH CLASS DAY OR AT
                   TIME OF PAYMENT AT GALVESTON COLLEGE.

                   RETURNED CHECKS
                   All returned checks will be assessed a twenty-five dollar ($25.00) handling fee. Upon receiving a returned
                   check, the Business Office will place a "hold" on the student's record. A certified letter will be sent to the indi-
                   vidual whose check is returned. This letter will set a final date for settlement of this returned check. After this
                   date, the returned check will be sent to the District Attorney's office for legal action.

                   NOTICE
                   Early registration for Spring must be paid no later than 5:00 p.m., January 3, 2007. For regular and late regis-
                   tration you must pay the day you register for classes. Any payments not received by the deadline will result in
                   the student being dropped from all courses.

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         COURSE FEES – ACADEMIC YEAR 2006-2007
Fees have been assessed to the following courses to defray the cost of consumable materials and




                                                                                                                COuRSe FeeS
supplies needed to support the instructional process. These fee changes will become effective
upon Board approval for the semester designated.
 Dept.    Course                Class Title                   Lab Fee   Health Fee   Insurance Fee   Misc Fee
 ACCT     2401     Principles of Accounting I                 24.00
 ACCT     2402     Principles of Accounting II                24.00
 ACNT     1411     Intro Computerized Accounting              24.00
 ARTS     1311     Design I                                   24.00
 ARTS     1312     Design II Color 3-D Composition            24.00
 ARTS     1316     Drawing I                                  24.00
 ARTS     1317     Drawing II                                 24.00
 ARTS     2316     Painting I                                 24.00
 ARTS     2317     Painting II                                24.00
 ARTS     2320     Individualized Study In                    24.00
 ARTS     2323     Drawing III (Life Drawing I)               24.00
 ARTS     2324     Drawing IV (Life Drawing II)               24.00
 ARTS     2324     Drawing IV                                 24.00
 ARTS     2326     Sculpture I                                24.00
 ARTS     2327     Sculpture II                               24.00
 ARTS     2331     Printmaking I                              24.00
 ARTS     2332     Printmaking II                             24.00
 ARTS     2341     Jewelry/Metalsmithing I                    24.00
 ARTS     2342     Jewelry/Metalsmithing II                   24.00
 ARTS     2346     Ceramics I                                 24.00
 ARTS     2347     Ceramics II                                24.00
 ARTS     2356     Photography I                              24.00
 ARTS     2357     Photography II                             24.00
 BCIS     1431     Program in Basic/Visual Basic              24.00
 BIOL     1406     Biology for Science Majors I               24.00
 BIOL     1407     Biology for Science Majors II              24.00
 BIOL     2401     Anatomy and Physiology I                   24.00
 BIOL     2402     Anatomy and Physiology II                  24.00
 BIOL     2421     Microbiology for Science Majors            24.00
 BITC     1311     Introduction to Biotechnology              24.00
 BITC     2411     Biotechnology Laboratory Instrumentation   24.00
 BITC     1402     Biotechnology Laboratory Methods           24.00
                   and Techniques
 BITC     2441     Molecular Biology Techniques               24.00
 BITC     1391     Special Topics: Advanced                   24.00
                   Biotechnological Research
 BITC     2286     Biotechnology Internship I                             90.00          8.00
 BITC     2387     Biotechnology Internship II                            90.00          8.00
 CHEM     1405     Introductory Chemistry                     24.00
 CHEM     1407     Organic & Biological Chemistry             24.00
 CHEM     1411     General Chemistry I                        24.00
 CHEM     1412     General Chemistry II                       24.00
 CHEM     2423     Organic Chemistry I                        24.00
 CHEM     2425     Organic Chemistry II                       24.00
 CJLE     1506     Basic Peace Officer I                      24.00                                   76.25
 CJLE     1512     Basic Peace Officer II                     24.00                                   76.25
 CJLE     1518     Basic Peace Officer III                    24.00                                   76.25
 CJLE     1524     Basic Peace Officer IV                     24.00                                   76.25
 COSC     1301     Microcomputer Applications                 24.00
 COSC     1418     Pascal Programming I                       24.00
 COSC     1420     C/C++ Programming I                        24.00
 COSC     1436     Programming Fundamentals I                 24.00
 COSC     1437     Programming Fundamentals II                24.00
 ITSE     2417     JAVA Programming                           24.00
 CTMT      2560    CT Clinical Applications I                             90.00          8.00
 CHEF     1401     Basic Food Preparation                     48.00
 CHEF     1410     Garde Manger                               48.00
 CHEF     1441     American Regional Cuisine                  48.00
 CHEF     1445     International Cuisine                      48.00
 CHEF     2301     Intermediate Food Preparation              48.00
 CHEF     2402     Saucier                                    48.00
 ECON     2301     Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics                                            15.00
 ECON     2302     Principles of Economics: Microeconomics                                            15.00
 EMSP     1260     Clinical- Emergency Med. Technology                    90.00         31.00         30.00
 EMSP     1262     Clinical- Emergency Med. Technology                    90.00         31.00         30.00
 EMSP     1338     Intro to Advanced Practice                 24.00
 EMSP     1355     Trauma Management                          24.00
 EMSP     1356     Patient Assess & Airway Mgmt               24.00
 EMSP     1501     EMT – Basic                                24.00
 EMSP     2160     Clinical I-EMT Paramedic                               90.00         31.00         30.00
 EMSP     2260     Clinical II-EMT Paramedic                              90.00         31.00         30.00
 EMSP     2261     Clinical III-EMT Paramedic                             90.00         31.00         30.00

Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule	                                                                                        13
              Dept.   Course   Class Title                                  Lab Fee   Health Fee   Insurance Fee   Misc Fee
              EMSP    2338     EMS Operations                                24.00
COuRSe FeeS   EMSP    2348     Emergency Pharmacology                        24.00
              EMSP    2434     Medical Emergencies                           24.00
              EMSP    2544     Cardiology                                    24.00
              ENGL    0301     Introduction to Writing                       15.00
              ENGL    0302     Basic Writing Skills                          15.00
              FREN    1411     Beginners French I                             5.00
              HITT    1211     Computers in Health Care                                                              24.00
              INEW    2340     Object Oriented Design                        24.00
              ITNW    2417     Network Security                              24.00
              ITNW    1412     Fundamentals of Information Security          24.00
              ITNW    1353     Supporting Network Server & Infrastructure    24.00
              ITNW    1454     Implementing & Supporting Servers             24.00
              ITNW    1348     Implementing & Supporting Client              24.00
                               Operating Systems
              ITNW    1337     Introduction to the Internet                  24.00
              ITNW    1419     Administering Windows 2000                    24.00
              ITNW    1425     Fund. of Networking Tech.                     24.00
              ITSC    1305     Intro to PC Operating Systems                 24.00
              ITSC    1309     Integrated Software I                         24.00
              ITSC    1313     Internet/Web Page Development.                24.00
              ITSC    1321     PC Operating Systems-Windows                  24.00
              ITSC    1325     Personal Computer Hardware                    24.00
              ITSC    2321     Integrated Software II                        24.00
              ITSC    2431     Integrated Software Application II/III        24.00
              ITSC    1301     Introduction Word Processing                  24.00
              MAMT    2231     Instrumentation/Modalities                    24.00
              MAMT    2230     Quality Assurance                             24.00
              MAMT    2260     Clinical Applications I                                   90.00            8.00
              MRIT    2660     MRI Clinical Applications I                               90.00            8.00
              MRIT    2661     MRI Clinical App. II                                      90.00            8.00
              MUAP    1101     Strings                                                                               45.00
              MUAP    1101     Dulcimer                                                                              45.00
              MUAP    1101     Violin/Viola                                                                          45.00
              MUAP    1101     Guitar                                                                                45.00
              MUAP    1117     Saxophone                                                                             45.00
              MUAP    1117     Clarinet                                                                              45.00
              MUAP    1117     Oboe                                                                                  45.00
              MUAP    1117     Bassoon                                                                               45.00
              MUAP    1117     Woodwinds/Flute                                                                       45.00
              MUAP    1117     Bassoon                                                                               45.00
              MUAP    1117     Oboe                                                                                  45.00
              MUAP    1137     Brass                                                                                 45.00
              MUAP    1165     Organ                                                                                 45.00
              MUAP    1169     Piano                                                                                 45.00
              MUAP    1181     Voice                                                                                 45.00
              MUAP    1201     Strings                                                                               90.00
              MUAP    1201     Dulcimer                                                                              90.00
              MUAP    1201     Violin/Viola                                                                          90.00
              MUAP    1201     Dulcimer                                                                              90.00
              MUAP    1201     Guitar                                                                                90.00
              MUAP    1201     Electric Bass                                                                         90.00
              MUAP    1217     Bassoon                                                                               90.00
              MUAP    1217     Oboe                                                                                  90.00
              MUAP    1217     Saxophone                                                                             90.00
              MUAP    1217     Clarinet                                                                              90.00
              MUAP    1217     Woodwinds/Flute                                                                       90.00
              MUAP    1237     Brass                                                                                 90.00
              MUAP    1265     Organ                                                                                 90.00
              MUAP    1269     Piano                                                                                 90.00
              MUAP    1281     Voice                                                                                 90.00
              MUAP    2101     Strings                                                                               45.00
              MUAP    2101     Dulcimer                                                                              45.00
              MUAP    2117     Bassoon                                                                               45.00
              MUAP    2117     Clarinet                                                                              45.00
              MUAP    2117     Oboe                                                                                  45.00
              MUAP    2117     Woodwinds/Flute                                                                       45.00
              MUAP    2117     Saxophone                                                                             45.00
              MUAP    2137     Brass                                                                                 45.00
              MUAP    2165     Organ                                                                                 45.00
              MUAP    2169     Piano                                                                                 45.00
              MUAP    2181     Voice                                                                                 45.00
              MUAP    2201     Violin/Viola                                                                          90.00
              MUAP    2201     Dulcimer                                                                              90.00
              MUAP    2201     Electric Bass                                                                         90.00
              MUAP    2201     Guitar                                                                                90.00
              MUAP    2201     Strings                                                                               90.00
              MUAP    2217     Woodwinds/Flute                                                                       90.00


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Dept.    Course                  Class Title              Lab Fee   Health Fee   Insurance Fee   Misc Fee
MUAP     2217     Clarinet                                                                         90.00
MUAP     2217     Bassoon                                                                          90.00




                                                                                                            COuRSe FeeS
MUAP     2217     Oboe                                                                             90.00
MUAP     2217     Saxophone                                                                        90.00
MUAP     2237     Brass                                                                            90.00
MUAP     2265     Organ                                                                            90.00
MUAP     2269     Piano                                                                            90.00
MUAP     2281     Voice                                                                            90.00
NMTT     1205     Nuclear Medicine Data Proc.              24.00
NMTT     1309     NMT Instrumentation                      24.00
NMTT     1311     Nuclear Med Patient Care                 24.00
NMTT     1162     Clinical-Nuclear Medicine                            90.00           8.00
NMTT     1301     Intro to Nuclear Medicine                            90.00           8.00
NMTT     1413     Nuclear Medicine Physics                 24.00
NMTT     2361     Clinical-Nuclear Medicine Tech                       90.00           8.00
NMTT     2401     Radiochem/Radiopharmacy                  24.00
NMTT     2466     Practicum-Nuclear Medicine                           90.00           8.00
NMTT     2467     Practicum-Nuclear Medicine                           90.00           8.00
PHED     1100     Aerobics: Dance I                        15.00
PHED     1101     Aerobics: Dance II                       15.00
PHED     1102     Aerobics: Kickboxing I                   15.00
PHED     1103     Aerobics: Kickboxing II                  15.00
PHED     1104     Aerobics: Step I                         15.00
PHED     1105     Aerobics: Step II                        15.00
PHED     1106     Aerobics: Stretch & Tone I               15.00
PHED     1107     Aerobics: Stretch & Tone II              15.00
PHED     1110     Aerobics: Walk/Run                       15.00
PHED     1111     Leisure Time: Yoga I                     15.00
PHED     1112     Leisure Time: Yoga II                    15.00
PHED     1113     Weight Management I                      15.00
PHED     1114     Weight Management II                     15.00
PHED     1115     Weight Training I                        15.00
PHED     1116     Weight Training II                       15.00
PHED     1117     Fitness Training: Law Enforcement I      24.00
PHED     1118     Fitness Training: Law Enforcement II     24.00
PHED     1131     Bowling I                                24.00
PHED     1132     Bowling II                               24.00
PHED     1133     Introduction to Golf I                   24.00
PHED     1134     Introduction to Golf II                  24.00
PHED     1135     Life Saving                              24.00
PHED     1136     Racquetball                              24.00
PHED     1137     Sailing                                  24.00
PHED     1138     Scuba Diving                             24.00
PHED     1139     Surfing                                  24.00
PHED     1140     Swimming                                 15.00
PHED     1141     Water Exercise                           24.00
PHED     1142     Tennis I                                 15.00
PHED     1143     Tennis II                                15.00
PHED     1306     1st Aid                                                                           9.00
PHED     1144     Strength & Conditioning                  15.00
PHED     1145     Indoor Soccer                            15.00
PHED     2100     Fitness Training: Law Enforcement III    24.00
PHED     2101     Fitness Training: Law Enforcement IV     24.00
PHYS     1401     General Physics I                        24.00
PHYS     1402     General Physics II                       24.00
PHYS     2425     University Physics I                     24.00
PLAB     1223     Phlebotomy                                           90.00           8.00        24.00
POFM     1309     Medical Office Procedures                24.00
POFM     1331     Medical Transcription I                  24.00
POFM     2313     Medical Transcription II                 24.00
POFT     1227     Intro. To Keyboarding                    24.00
POFT     1329     Keyboard/Document Formatting             24.00
POFT     1309     Administrative Office                    24.00
POFT     1325     Bus Math & Machine Apps.                 24.00
POFT     2301     Document Format/Skill Bldg.              24.00
POFT     2331     Administrative Systems                   24.00
POFT     2333     Advanced Document                        24.00
                  Format/Skillbuilding
PSTR     1401     Fundamentals of Baking                   48.00
PSTR     2431     Advanced Pastry Shop                     48.00
RADR     1166     Practicum I                                          90.00           8.00
RADR     1303     Patient Care & Ethics                    24.00
RADR     1366     Practicum II                                         90.00           8.00
RADR     1367     Practicum III                                        90.00           8.00
RADR     1411     Basic Rad. Procedures                    24.00
RADR     2333     Advanced Medical Imaging                                                         24.00
RADR     2335     Radiologic Tech. Seminar                                                         24.00
RADR     2366     Practicum IV                                         90.00           8.00


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               Dept.    Course                  Class Title                Lab Fee   Health Fee   Insurance Fee   Misc Fee
               RADR     2367     Practicum V                                            90.00           8.00
               RADR     2401     Basic Radiographic Procedures              24.00
COuRSe FeeS    RADT     1171     Intro. to Rad. Ther. - Clinical                        90.00          75.00
               RADT     1266     Practicum I                                            90.00          75.00
               RADT     1366     Practicum II (certificate track)                       90.00          75.00
               RADT     2266     Practicum II                                           90.00          75.00
               RADT     2366     Practicum III                                          90.00          75.00
               RADT     2367     Practicum IV                                           90.00          75.00
               READ     0101     THEA Remediation in Reading                 5.00
               READ     0301     Reading Improvement                        15.00
               READ     0302     College Reading                            15.00
               RNSG     1441     Common Concepts of Adult Health            24.00       90.00           8.00        24.00
               RNSG     1443     Complex Concepts of Adult Health           24.00       90.00           8.00        35.00
               RNSG     1413     Foundations Nursing Practice               24.00       90.00           8.00        20.00
               RNSG     2201     Care of Children & Families                16.00       90.00           8.00
               RNSG     2213     Mental Health Nursing                      16.00       45.00
               RNSG     2307     Transition to Nursing Practice             16.00       90.00           8.00
               SOCI     1301     Introduction to Sociology                   5.00
               SPAN     1411     Beginners Spanish I                         5.00
               SPAN     1412     Beginners Spanish II                        5.00
               SPAN     2311     Intermediate Spanish I                      5.00
               SPAN     2312     Intermediate Spanish II                     5.00
               SRGT     1244     Technological Sciences                     16.00
               SRGT     1160     ST-Beginning Clinical                                  90.00           8.00
               SRGT     1441     Surgical Procedure I                       24.00
               SRGT     1442     Surgical Procedure II                      24.00                                   65.00
               SRGT     1491     Gross Basic Anatomy                        24.00
               SRGT     1509     Fundamentals of Aseptic Tech               24.00
               SRGT     1660     ST-Beginning Clinical                                  90.00           8.00
               SRGT     2260     ST-Specialty Clinical                                  90.00           8.00
               VNSG     1191     Special Topic: NCLEX Prep.                                                         24.00
               VNSG     1214     Applied Nursing Skills III                 24.00
               VNSG     1227     Essentials of Medication Administration    16.00
               VNSG     1230     Maternal Neonatal Nursing                  16.00
               VNSG     1234     Pediatrics                                 16.00
               VNSG     1236     Mental Health Illness                                                              20.00
               VNSG     1400     Nursing in Health and Illness I            24.00       90.00           8.00        25.00
               VNSG     1402     Applied Nursing Skills I                   24.00
               VNSG     1413     Applied Nursing Skills II                  24.00
               VNSG     1420     Anat & Phys for Allied Health              24.00
               VNSG     1409     Nursing in Health & Illness II             24.00       90.00           8.00        25.00
               VNSG     1410     Nursing in Health & Illness III            24.00       90.00           8.00        25.00


              note: Changes in semester tuition and fees may occur after the publication date. Also, lab and
              other course specific fees may change from one semester to the next.




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BOOKSTORE REFUND AND ExCHANGE POLICY
A. Texas Book Company will give full refunds for textbooks during the first five (5) days of the
   fall and spring semesters. Thereafter, a full refund will be given only through the twelfth (12th)




                                                                                                                         COlleGe INFORMatION
   class day with a receipt and a drop slip. A cash register receipt must accompany all refunds
   and returns, and the current Company price sticker must be affixed to the book. Returns
   may be made within five (5) class days from the opening of each summer session.
B. Study guides, syllabi and test preparation manuals are non-refundable.
C. No refunds or exchanges are accepted on software.
D. All other merchandise may be returned within three (3) days of purchase with a receipt. New
   materials must be returned in original condition. Shrink-wrapped items may be returned for
   refund if unopened. Refunds are not allowed during the week prior to or during finals.

BUY BACK POLICY
  As a service to students, the bookstore offers to buy back books on a daily basis. The
following criteria determine prices paid for books:
A. At the end of each semester, the bookstore will pay up to 1/2 (one-half) of the retail
    purchase price for good condition books which are needed for sale in courses for
    the upcoming semester. Other days the offer may be less and based on wholesale
    purchase prices.
B. Books not needed in courses for the upcoming semester, or books in excess of
    expected need, will be purchased at prices published in the Textbook Buying Guide.
Contact information:
Phone Number: 409-944-1259          Fax: 409-944-1504       Email: bookstore@gc.edu

BOOKSTORE HOURS
Spring 2007 Hours:
  Monday & Tuesday                                           7:45 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
  Wednesday & Thursday                                       7:45 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  Friday                                                     7:45 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

STUDENT RIGHTS UNDER FERPA
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) affords students certain rights
regarding their education records. They are:
• The right to inspect and review the student's records. The student may request to
  review his/her records by submitting a written request with student signature to the
  Registrar or other school official having custody of such records;
• The right to seek amendment of the student's records that the student believes are in-
  accurate, misleading, or otherwise in violation of the student's privacy right. Requests
  for amendment of records must be in writing and must describe the specific portions
  of specific record(s) the student wishes to have amended, text or instructions as to the
  change desired, and the reasons why the change is justified;
• The right to restrict the disclosure of Directory Information;
• The right to file a complaint with the Department of Education's Family Policy Com-
  pliance Office concerning alleged failures by the college/university to comply with
  the requirements of FERPA.

STUDENT RECORDS
Under the terms of FERPA, Galveston College has established the following categories of infor-
mation as Directory Information that may be released to the general public without the written
consent of the student. A student may request that all or any part of the directory information be
withheld from the public by making a WRITTEN REQUEST to the Admissions Office during
the FIRST 12 CLASS DAYS of a fall or spring semester or the FIRST 4 DAYS of a summer se-
mester. This request will apply only to the current enrollment period. The following is included
as directory information:
   (a)   Name                                                     (i)   Most recent and previous institutions attended
   (b)   Current and permanent address                            (j)   Courses currently enrolled in
   (c)   Telephone listing                                        (k)   Number of hours enrolled in current semester
   (d)   Date and place of birth                                  (l)   Classification
   (e)   Major field of study                                     (m)   Residency Status
   (f)   Participation in officially recognized activities        (n)   Photographs
   (g)   Dates of attendance                                      (o)   Weight/height of athletic team member
   (h)   Degrees and awards received


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                                                             4                    3. Regent’s Hall
                                                                                  4. Northen Building
                                                                          5       5. Fine Arts Building
                                                                                  6. Hermes Fitness Center




                              REGISTER USING CAMPUS ONLINE

Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule
                                                                                                                       COlleGe INFORMatION
Traveling south on I-45...
Take 61st Street exit and turn right at stop light. Travel approximately one mile to Seawall Blvd.
Turn left on to Seawall. Proceed down Seawall to 39th Street. (Gaido’s Restaurant is at corner of
39th and Seawall).
Turn left on 39th and travel north to Avenue Q. Turn left at 39th and Avenue Q and proceed one
block to Main Campus. Main Campus parking available on Avenue Q, Avenue R and Satellite
Parking at 39th and Avenue Q.

            IMPORtaNt PhONe NuMBeRS
 You may reach important College offices by dialing
   Admissions ........................................................................... (409) 944-1230
   Counseling ........................................................................... (409) 944-1220
   Financial Aid ........................................................................ (409) 944-1235
   Special Services ................................................................... (409) 944-1222
   Continuing Education .......................................................... (409) 944-1344
   Security ................................................................................ (409) 944-1364

                         DISCLAIMER STATEMENT
 It is the policy of Galveston College to provide equal opportunities without regard to age, race, color,
 religion, national origin, gender, disability or veteran status. Galveston College coordinates compli-
 ance activities for Title IX/Sex Equity and Section 504/ADA-Disability through the Office of the Vice
 President for Student Services, 4015 Avenue Q, Galveston, TX 77550, (409) 944-1206. The lack of
 English language skills will not be a barrier to enrollment. Any course or section may be cancelled
 if the enrollment is insufficient or if a qualified instructor is unavailable. You may submit schedule
 changes due to class cancellations in the counseling/advising office any time during regular office
 hours the first week of classes.
 Clery Act: Galveston College complies with the federal reporting standards in regard to criminal
 activity, and more information can be found at http://www.gc.edu/security/index.htm. Information
 concerning registered sex offenders can be accessed from the Texas DPS Web site at http://records.
 txdps.state.tx.us/soSearch/.

ALCOHOL AND DRUG ABUSE EDUCATION PROGRAM
   In compliance with the reauthorization of the Higher Education Act Program Participation Agreement required
by institutions participating in programs of student financial assistance authorized under Title IV of the Act,
Galveston College provides an alcohol and drug abuse program.
   The Alcohol and Drug Abuse Education Program is designed to provide an institution-wide program to aid stu-
dents, faculty and staff. The major emphasis is focused on education and prevention activities. Assistance is also
provided to students and employees through meaningful and helpful referral services to local community agencies.
For more information contact the Special Services Counselor.
   WARNING: No alcohol or illegal drugs shall be allowed on campus. Any student caught with such a drug will
be subject to suspension from attendance or enrollment for a minimum of one semester. Students alleged to pos-
sess illegal drugs are guaranteed rights of due process (See Galveston College Website: www.gc.edu).

 EMERGENCY CLOSINGS
 In the event that severe weather conditions such as hurricanes, ice storms or other acts of nature create hazardous
 conditions and/or extended power outages, college administrators may find it necessary to close the college. In
 this event, students and faculty are advised to listen to local radio and television stations for announcements and
 updates or call 1-866-483-4242.
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dIStaNCe leaRNING
                       Distance Learning brings regular college instruction to those who cannot attend classes on campus.
                    Galveston College currently offers distance learning via two types of delivery: online and telecourse.
                    Online classes are delivered over the Internet by use of WebCT. Students electing to take online courses
                    must have ready access to the Internet and a computer. Telecourses are delivered through a combination
                    of textbooks and videotape. Distance Learning courses have no regularly scheduled class meetings.
                    However, one orientation meeting with the instructor is required by all registered students prior to
                    initial instruction. Thereafter, students may attend optional review sessions preceding each exam. Each
                    student will work independently at a pace prescribed by the course syllabus. Distance Learning classes
                    are not easier than on-campus classes. Successful students must be self-disciplined and exercise good
                    study habits. Substantial homework should be anticipated and will constitute a major portion of the
                    course grade. Additional information is located at http://www.gc.edu/DistanceEd/index.html
                       Most Distance Learning instructors require students to attend course specific orientation as described
                    below each Internet course listed. Students who fail to attend course specific orientations may be
                    dropped from their distance learning courses.
                       In addition, ALL first-time Distance Learning students will ALSO be required to attend one of the
                    following Web CT/Distance Learning orientation seminars. This session will discuss essential Web CT
                    skills and tips/guidelines for succeeding in a distance learning environment. The dates and times for the
                    general distance learning seminars are:
                           • Monday, December 4 and Tuesday, December, 5 at 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m.
                              and 3:00 p.m.
                           • Wednesday, January 17, 2007 at 10:00 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m., 2:00 p.m., and 3:00 p.m.
                           • Saturday, January 20 at 10:00 a.m.
                       These sessions will last approximately one hour and will be held in room N-346. Please contact
                    Samantha Jolly at 409-944-1324 or sjolly@gc.edu to register for one of these orientations.

                    INTERNET COURSES
                    BIOLOGY
                    BIOL      1322 2000 Nutrition and Diet Therapy I                 3                       Lankford
                    BIOL      1322 2001 Nutrition and Diet Therapy I                 3                       Lankford
                    Students registered in BIOL 1322.2000 or 1322.2001 Nutrition and Diet Therapy I (Internet) must
                    attend orientation. Orientation will be held in Room N-217 on Tuesday, January 16, 2007, from 6:00-
                    7:30 p.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact Mr. Randy Lankford at (409) 944-1278 or
                    at rlankfor@gc.edu for additional information.

                    CHEMISTRY
                    CHEM      1412    2116    General Chemistry II (Hybrid)*         4                        Sanchez
                                              Laboratory                             2:00-4:50 F R-378        Sanchez
                    NOTE: Students registered in CHEM 1412.2116 General Chemistry II (Hybrid) will be required
                    to attend weekly lab sessions at Galveston College and must attend orientation. Orientation will be
                    held in Room R-378 on Friday, January 19, 2007; from 2:00-4:50 p.m. Orientation for this course
                    is mandatory. Contact Dr. Ana Sanchez at (409) 944-1330 or asanchez@gc.edu for additional
                    information.

                    COMPUTER SCIENCE
                    COSC 1301 4100 Microcomputer Applications *                      3                              Khan
                    COSC 1301 4101 Microcomputer Applications **                     3                              Way
                    COSC 1301 4111 Microcomputer Applications **                     3                              Way
                    COSC 1301 4112 Microcomputer Applications *                      3                              Khan
                    COSC 1437 4105 Programming Fundamentals II **                    3                              Way
                    IMED 1316 4106 Web Page Design I **                              3                              Way
                    ITSC     1380 4110 Cooperative Education I *                     3                              Khan
                    ITSC     2431 4117 Integrated Software Applications III * 3                                     Khan
                    * Students MUST attend an orientation session for Internet courses. Please contact M. Khan
                    (mkhan@gc.edu).
                    ** Students MUST attend an orientation session for Internet courses. Please visit
                    http:/wway.atspace.com/




                    ORIENTATIONS FOR THE ABOVE COURSES ARE MANDATORY

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE
CRIJ      2301    4191    Community Resources in Corrections 3                              Hall

CULINARY ARTS
IFWA 1318 4236 Nutrition Food Service Professional 3                                  Mendoza
CHEF 1305 4256 Sanitation and Safety                           3                      Mendoza
Students need to meet with Paul Mendoza prior to the class commencement in room. Office room is
N-313. Phone (409) 944-1304 or email at pmendoza@gc.edu

CULINARY/HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
HAMG      1324    4266   Hospitality Human Resources             3                     Mitchell
HAMG      2305    4261   Hospitality Management & Leadership 3                         Mitchell
HAMG      1321    4262   Intro to the Hospitality Industry       3                     Mitchell
HAMG      1340    4201   Hospitality Legal Issues                3                     Mitchell
HAMG      2307    4204   Hospitality Marketing & Sales           3                     Mitchell
RSTO      2301    4246   Principles of Food and                  3                     Mitchell
                         Beverage Controls
RSTO 1313 4244 Hospitality Supervision                           3                     Mitchell
Students need to meet with Pete Mitchell prior to the class commencement. Office room N-308. Phone
(409) 944-1334 or email at pmitchel@gc.edu

ENGLISH
ENGL 1302 1190 Composition II                                   3                        Taylor
Students registered in ENGL 1302.1190 (Internet) must attend orientation. Orientation will be held
in Room R-358 on Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 11 a.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory.
Contact Ms. Dale Taylor for ENGL1302.1190 at 409-944-1321 or email dtaylor@gc.edu for
additional information.
ENGL 2326 1140 Masterpieces of American Literature 3                                     Eckhart
Students registered in ENGL 2326.1140 (Internet) must attend orientation. Orientation will be held in
Room F-207 on January 11, 2007 at 2p.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact Mrs. L.
Eckhart for ENGL2326.1140 at 409-944-1394 or email leckhart@gc.edu for additional information.

GOVERNMENT
GOVT 2305 1230 Federal Government                               3                         Josselet
GOVT 2306 1255 Texas Government                                 3                         Josselet
Students registered in GOVT 2305.1230 and GOVT 2306.1255 must attend orientation. Orientation
will be held in Room F-207 on Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 6 p.m. Orientation for this course is
mandatory. Contact Kenda Josselet at (409) 944-1430 or kjossele@gc.edu for additional information.

HUMANITIES
HUMA 1301 1335 Introduction to the Humanities I                   3                      Langford
HUMA 1301 1345 Introduction to the Humanities I                   3                      Langford
Students registered in HUMA 1301.1335 and HUMA 1301.1345 Introduction to the Humanities I
(Internet) must attend orientation. Orientation will be held in Room R-250 on Thursday, January 18,
2007 at 6 p.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact Ms. Cheryl Langford at 281-222-
0556 or clangfor@gc.edu for additional information.

MATH
MATH 1414 2260 College Algebra                                 4                         Stanton
Students registered in MATH 1414.2260 (Internet) must attend orientation. Orientation for this course
will be held Wednesday, January 17, 2007 at 6 p.m. in room N-217. STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED
TO BRING THEIR MY MATH LAB ACCESS KIT WITH THEM TO ORIENTATION. The My
Math Lab access kit may be purchased at the Galveston College bookstore. Contact David Staten at
409-944-1276 or email at dstaten@gc.edu for additional information.

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
HPRS 1206 5320 Medical Terminology                                    2                         Mader
First 8-week course begins the week of 1/16/07 and ends the week of 3/5/07. Students will be notified
via their whitecaps e-mail account as to the date, time and location of a mandatory orientation for this
course. It is essential that students activate their whitecaps e-mail accounts to access this important
information.
                                            ORIENTATIONS FOR THE ABOVE COURSES ARE MANDATORY
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dIStaNCe leaRNING
                    HPRS       1206       5325 Medical Terminology                              2                 Mader
                    Second 8-week course begins the week of 3/19/07 and ends the week of 5/7/07. Students will be
                    notified via their whitecaps e-mail account as to the date, time and location of a mandatory orientation
                    for this course. It is essential that students activate their whitecaps e-mail accounts to access this
                    important information.

                    OFFICE ADMINISTRATION
                    ITNW 1337           4490 Introduction to the Internet               3                  Thompson
                    POFT      1227      4360 Introduction to Keyboarding                2                  Thompson
                    POFT      1329      4505 Beginning Keyboarding                      3                  Thompson
                    POFT      2301      4510 Intermediate Keyboarding                   3                  Thompson
                    ITSC      1309      4515 Integrated Software App I Office 2003      3                  Thompson
                    ITSC      2321      4341 Integrated Software App II Office 2003     3                  Thompson
                    POFT      1313      4440 Professional Develop. for Office Personnel 3                  Eliaz
                    All Internet students must attend MANDATORY orientation. POFT 1227, 1313, 1329 & 2301 will
                    meet on January 13, 2007 at 10 a.m. in room N-311, and ITNW 1337, ITSC 1309, & ITSC 2321 will
                    meet on January 13, 2007 at 11a.m. in room N-311. Students who register late will meet on Tuesday,
                    January 17, at 5:30 p.m. in room N-310. Contact Kara Thompson at kthompso@gc.edu. or Marie
                    Eliaz at meliaz@gc.edu if you have questions.

                    PHYSICS
                    PHYS      1401     2280   College Physics I         4                             Gebreselasie
                                              Laboratory                2:00-4:50 R N-303             Gebreselasie
                    PHYS 1402        2290 College Physics II            4                             Gebreselasie
                                              Laboratory                2:00-4:50 T N-303             Gebreselasie
                    NOTE: Students enrolled in PHYS 1401.2280 and PHYS 1401.2290 will be required to attend weekly
                    lab sessions.

                    PHYSICAL EDUCATION
                    PHED 1304            4525 Personal/Community Health I                  3                 Breitbach
                    PHED 1304            4530 Personal/Community Health I                  3                 Breitbach
                    Students registered in PHED 1304.4525, PHED 1304.4530 Personal/Community Health I Internet
                    class must attend orientation. Orientation will be held in Room H-106 on Thursday, January 11, 2007
                    at 2:00 p.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact Mr. Conrad Breitbach at 409/944-1316
                    or cbreitba@gc.edu for more information.
                    PHED 1331            4605 Physical Education for Elementary Majors 3                     Breitbach
                    Students registered in PHED 1331.4605 Physical Education of Elementary Majors must attend
                    orientation. Orientation will be held in Room H-106 on Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 2:00 p.m.
                    Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact Mr. Conrad Breitbach at 409/944-1316 or cbreitba@
                    gc.edu for more information.

                    SPEECH
                    SPCH      1315      1606 Public Speaking                               3                Fuson
                    Students registered in SPCH 1315.1606 must attend orientation. Orientation will be held in room F-
                    207 on January 16, 2007 at 4 p.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact DeeOna Fuson at
                    (409) 944-1208 or dfuson@gc.edu for additional information.




                    ORIENTATIONS FOR THE ABOVE COURSES ARE MANDATORY


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TELECOURSES
ECONOMICS
ECON 2302           4280 Principles of Economics: Microeconomics 3                       Davison
Students registered in ECON 2302.4280 Economics (Telecourse) are required to attend one of the two
mandatory class orientations. The first orientation will be held in room R-259 on Tuesday, January
16, 2007, at 8:30 p.m. The second will be held on Saturday, January 20, 2007, at 9:30 a.m. in room
FA-319. Please contact Don Davison at (409) 944-1311 or email ddavison@gc.edu for additional
information.

HISTORY
HIST      1302      1300 U.S. History II                             3                  Clyburn
Students registered in HIST 1302.1300 U.S. History II (Telecourse) must attend orientation.
Orientation will be held in Room F-207 on Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 7 p.m. Orientation for this
course is mandatory. Contact Mr. John Clyburn at 409-944-1327 or email at jclyburn@gc.edu for
additional information.

PSYCHOLOGY
PSYC       2314      3190 Life-Span Growth & Development                3                Conti
Students registered in PSYC 2314.3190 Life-Span Growth & Development (Telecourse) must attend
orientation. Orientation will be held in Room F-207 on Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 5 p.m.
Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact Joe Conti at (409) 944-1331 or email jconti@gc.edu
for additional information.
                                           ORIENTATIONS FOR THE ABOVE COURSES ARE MANDATORY




   VCT
    Virtual	College	of	Texas
  Additional Internet courses may be taken through Galveston College via the Virtual
  College of Texas. VCT is a statewide collaboration of two-year colleges in Texas to
  make Internet courses available to every Texas college student. Instruction takes place
  online. Though an instructor may be located at another college, students register for
  the desired course at their local community college, pay their tuition and fees, and their
  community college will transcript the course. Students may select courses by viewing
  the catalog at www.vct.org. If you would like to enroll for a course, contact Samantha
  Jolly, VCT Specialist, at (409) 944-1324 located in the Continuing Education Office.
  Classes offered thru the VCT include:
    H Accounting                               H History
    H Business                                     H Humanities
    H Chemistry                                    H Math
    H Computer Science                             H Office Administration
    H Criminal Justice                             H Psychology
    H Economics                                    H Spanish
    H English                                      H Speech
    H Government                                   H And many more...

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2007 SPRING haMShIRe-FaNNett CRedIt SChedule
                                                      Hamshire - Fannett
                                                        Spring 2007
                                               At our Hamshire-Fannett location (located approximately sixty miles northeast of Galveston
                                               Island), Galveston College offers ten traditional classes for all adult learners in the Hamshire-
                                               Fannett area. In addition, numerous opportunities for online study and telecourse classes are
                                               available. Please refer to pages 20-23 for a complete listing of Galveston College’s Distance
                                               Learning classes.

                                               Sem. Course & Section Title                                     Hrs Time          Days       Room     instructor


                                                                               EVENING CLASSES
                                               HISTORY
                                               HIST 1301       8040     US History I                             3 7:30-10:00 M            H-F 303    Peveto
                                               HIST 1302       8045     US History II                            3 5:00-7:30 M             H-F 303    Peveto

                                               HUMANITIES
                                               HUMA 1301       8046     Intro to Humanities I                    3 5:00-7:30      R        H-F 306    Aguirre

                                               MATH
                                               MATH 0300       8050     Basic Mathematics                        3   5:00-7:30    TBA      H-F 304    Moulton
                                               MATH 0303       8055     Introductory Algebra                     3   5:00-7:30    TBA      H-F 304    Moulton
                                               MATH 0304       8060     Intermediate Algebra                     3   5:00-7:30    TBA      H-F 304    Moulton
                                               MATH 1414       8065     College Algebra                          4   5:00-8:40    W        H-F 301    Moulton

                                               MUSIC
                                               MUSI 1306       8070     Music Appreciation                       3 6:00-8:30      R        H-F 303    MacLean

                                               PHILOSOPHY
                                               PHIL 1301       8075     Intro to Philosophy                      3 5:00-7:30      M        H-F 303    Aguirre

                                               SPEECH
                                               SPCH 1315       8085     Public Speaking                          3 5:00-7:30      T        H-F 302    Daniel



                                                                              INTERNET CLASSES
                                               GOVERNMENT
                                               GOVT 2305       1230     Federal Government                       3                                    Josselet
                                               GOVT 2306       1255     Texas Government                         3                                    Josselet

                                               PSYCHOLOGY
                                               PSYC 2301       8080     General Psychology                       3                                    Lewis



                                                         CONCURRENT/DUAL ENROLLMENT
                                               Through the concurrent/dual credit program at Hamshire-Fannett High School, students can earn both high school
                                               and college credit for American History their junior year and English their senior year. The Early Admissions
                                               program allows students who are still in high school to attend night classes (see listed above) at Hamshire-Fannett
                                               High School. The credits they earn can be transferred upon their graduation from high school.

                                               (DAY CLASSES)
                                               ENGL 1302  8090          Composition II                           3 7:00-7:50      TWR      H-F        Sachitano
                                               HIST 1302  8095          U.S. History II                          3 7:00-7:50      MWF      H-F        Peveto




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                        Spring 2007




                                                                                                                  2007 SPRING CRedIt SChedule
Sem. Course & Section Title                                    Hrs Time          Days       Room    instructor


ACCOUNTING
(DAY CLASSES)
ACNT 1303 4000          Introduction to Accounting              3 8:00-9:15      TR        N-307 Sevier
ACCT 2401 4010          Principles of Accounting I              4 8:00-9:15      MW        N-307 Davison
                        Lab**                                     TBA            TBA       TBA Davison
(EVEninG CLASSES)
ACNT 1303 4020 Introduction to Accounting                       3 7:00-9:45      T         R-257 Glaeser
ACNT 1331 4025 Federal Income Tax: Individual                   3 5:30-8:15      W         R-259 Overbeck
ACNT 1382 4030 Cooperative Education:
                 Accounting Technician I*                       3 TBA            TBA       M-310 Davison
ACNT 2382 4035 Cooperative Education:
                 Accounting Technician II*                      3 TBA            TBA       M-310    Davison
ACCT 2401 4040 Principles of Accounting I                       4 5:30-6:45      TR        R-259    Davison
                 Lab**                                            TBA            TBA       TBA      Davison
ACCT 2402 4045 Principles of Accounting II                      4 7:00-8:15      TR        R-259    Davison
                 Lab**                                            TBA            TBA       TBA      Davison
*Coop students must work 20 or more hours per week. Students registered in ACNT 1382.4030 Cooperative
Education I, or ACNT 2382.4035, Cooperative Education II, are required to attend one of the two mandatory
class orientations. The first orientation will be held in room R-259 on Tuesday, January 16, 2007, at 8:30 p.m.
The second orientation will be held Saturday, January 20, 2007, at 9:00 a.m. in room R-259. Please contact Don
Davison at (409) 944-1311 or email ddavison@gc.edu for additional information.
**Laboratory must be taken concurrently with lecture.

ART
(DAY CLASSES)
ARTS 1301 1000          Art Appreciation (Self-Paced)*          3   TBA          TBA       TBA      Thomas
ARTS 1301 1005          Art Appreciation (Self-Paced)*          3   TBA          TBA       TBA      Thomas
ARTS 1301 1006          Art Appreciation (Lecture)              3   12:30-1:45   TR        F-321    Stovall, J
ARTS 1312 1010          Design II                               3   9:30-12:00   TR        F-316    Stovall, J
ARTS 1316 1011          Drawing I                               3   2:00-4:30    TR        F-316    Stovall, J
ARTS 1317 1012          Drawing II                              3   2:00-4:30    TR        F-316    Stovall, J
ARTS 2316 1013          Painting I                              3   9:30-12:00   MW        F-316    Stovall, J
ARTS 2317 1014          Painting II                             3   9:30-12:00   MW        F-316    Stovall, J
ARTS 2316 1040          Painting I                              3   1:00-3:30    MW        F-316    Stovall, J
ARTS 2317 1050          Painting II                             3   1:00-3:30    MW        F-316    Stovall, J
ARTS 2326 1055          Sculpture I                             3   1:00-3:30    MW        F-323    Thomas
ARTS 2327 1060          Sculpture II                            3   1:00-3:30    MW        F-323    Thomas
ARTS 2346 1065          Ceramics I                              3   12:30-3:00   TR        F-323    Thomas
ARTS 2347 1075          Ceramics II                             3   12:30-3:00   TR        F-323    Thomas
ARTS 2356 1085          Photography I                           3   2:00-4:30    TR        F-322    Vuchetich
ARTS 2357 1095          Photography II                          3   2:00-4:30    TR        F-322    Vuchetich

(EVEninG CLASSES)
ARTS 1301 1000 Art Appreciation (Self-Paced)*                   3   TBA          TBA       TBA      Thomas
ARTS 1301 1005 Art Appreciation (Self-Paced)*                   3   TBA          TBA       TBA      Thomas
ARTS 1301 1015 Art Appreciation (Lecture)                       3   5:30-6:45    TR        F-321    Stovall, J.
ARTS 1316 1025 Drawing I                                        3   6:00-8:30    MW        F-316    Filer
ARTS 1317 1030 Drawing II                                       3   6:00-8:30    MW        F-316    Filer
ARTS 2316 1035 Painting I                                       3   6:00-8:30    TR        F-316    Filer
ARTS 2317 1045 Painting II                                      3   6:00-8:30    TR        F-316    Filer
ARTS 2346 1070 Ceramics I                                       3   6:00-8:30    TR        F-323    Thomas
ARTS 2347 1080 Ceramics II                                      3   6:00-8:30    TR        F-323    Thomas
ARTS 2356 1090 Photography I                                    3   6:00-8:30    TR        F-322    Vuchetich
ARTS 2357 1100 Photography II                                   3   6:00-8:30    TR        F-322    Vuchetich
*Students registered in the Self-Paced ARTS 1301.1000 or ARTS 1301.1105 Art Appreciation course (Self-Paced)
must attend orientation. Orientation will be held in Room F-323 on Wednesday, at 6 p.m., January 24, 2007 and
Thursday, at 5 p.m., January 25, 2007. Contact Ms. Beth Thomas at 409-944-1309 or email at bthomas@gc.edu for
more information.




Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule	                                                                                                 25
2007 SPRING CRedIt SChedule   Sem. Course & Section Title


                              ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING
                              (GALVESTOn) (DAY CLASSES)
                                                                                     Hrs Time        Days   Room    instructor




                              RNSG 1115 5020 Health Assessment                       1 1:00-1:50     W      R-250   Perry
                                               Laboratory                              2:00-2:50     W      R-250   Perry
                              RNSG 1115 5025 Health Assessment                       1 3:00-3:50     R      R-250   Perry
                                               Laboratory                              4:00-4:50     R      R-250   Perry
                              RNSG 1166 5065 Practicum (Preceptorship/Capstone)*     1 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1166 5066 Practicum (Preceptorship/Capstone)*     1 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1166 5067 Practicum (Preceptorship/Capstone)*     1 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1166 5068 Practicum (Preceptorship/Capstone)*     1 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1166 5069 Practicum (Preceptorship/Capstone)*     1 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1166 5071 Practicum (Preceptorship/Capstone)*     1 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1166 5072 Practicum (Preceptorship/Capstone)*     1 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1166 5073 Practicum (Preceptorship/Capstone)*     1 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1171 5030 Introduction to Nursing Process**       1 3:00-4:50     W      R-250   Shea
                              RNSG 1360 5115 Clinical (Common Concepts) “A”          3 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1360 5120 Clinical (Common Concepts) “B”          3 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1360 5125 Clinical (Common Concepts) “C”          3 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1360 5130 Clinical (Common Concepts) “D”          3 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1441 5010 Common Concepts of Adult Health         4 9:00-11:50    W      R-250   Shea
                                               Laboratory                              8:00-9:50     R      R-250   Shea
                                               Laboratory                              10:00-11:50   R      R-257   Shea
                              RNSG 1441 5011 Common Concepts/Adult Health            4 9:00-11:50    W      R-250   Shea
                                               Laboratory                              8:00-9:50     R      R-250   Shea
                                               Laboratory                              1:00-2:50     R      R-257   Shea
                              RNSG 1443 5045 Complex Concepts of Adult Health***     4 9:00-11:50    WR     F-207   Bastien
                                               Laboratory                              1:00-2:50     W      F-207   Bastien
                              RNSG 2360 5180 Clinical (Common Concepts) “A” ***      3 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 2360 5185 Clinical (Common Concepts) “B” ***      3 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 2360 5190 Clinical (Common Concepts) “C” ***      3 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 2360 5200 Clinical (Common Concepts) “D” ***      3 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 2360 5205 Clinical (Common Concepts) “E” ***      3 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 2360 5210 Clinical (Common Concepts) “F” ***      3 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 2360 5215 Clinical (Common Concepts) “G” ***      3 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 2360 5220 Clinical (Common Concepts) “H” ***      3 TBA           TBA    HOSP    Staff
                              RNSG 1201 5035 Pharmacology                            2 3:30-5:20     R      F-207   Mader
                                               Laboratory                              5:30-6:20     R      F-207   Mader
                              * 4-week course begins 4/16/07 and ends 5/10/07
                              ** 8-week course begins 1/16/07 and ends 3/10/07.
                              *** 12-week course begins 1/16/07 and ends 4/14/07.

                              (GALVESTOn) (EVEninG CLASS)
                              RNSG 1201 5070 Pharmacology                            2 5:30-7:20     W      F-250 Mader
                                               Laboratory                              7:30-8:20     W      F-250 Mader

                              (BRAZOSPORT) (DAY CLASSES)
                              RNSG 1115 5095 Health Assessment                       1 3:00-3:50     W      J210    Fenn
                                               Laboratory                              4:00-4:50     W      J210    Fenn
                              RNSG 1171 5100 Introduction to Nursing Process*        1 1:00-2:50     W      J210    Cartwright
                              RNSG 1360 5135 Clinical (Common Concepts) “E”          3 6:45-3:15     MT     HOSP    Oppermann
                              RNSG 1360 5165 Clinical (Common Concepts) “F”          3 6:45-3:15     MT     HOSP    Fenn
                              RNSG 1360 5170 Clinical (Common Concepts) “G”          3 6:45-3:15     MT     HOSP    Cartwright
                              RNSG 1360 5175 Clinical (Common Concepts) “H”          3 2:45-10:15    MT     HOSP    Fenn
                              RNSG 1441 5000 Common Concepts of Adult Health         4 9:00-11:50    W      J210    Oppermann
                                               Laboratory                              8:00-11:50    R      J210    Oppermann
                              RNSG 1441 5001 Common Concepts of Adult Health         4 9:00-11:50    W      J210    Oppermann
                                               Laboratory                              8:00-9:50     R      J210    Oppermann
                                               Laboratory                              1:00-2:50     R      J210    Oppermann
                              RNSG 1201 5090 Pharmacology                            2 2:00-3:50     R      J210    Oppermann
                                               Laboratory                              5:00-5:50     R      J210    Oppermann
                              * 8-week course begins 1/16/07 and ends 03/10/07.

                              BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              BIOL 1406 2005         Biology for Science Majors I    4 11:00-12:15   MW     R-375   Salazar
                                                     Laboratory                        2:00-4:50     M      R-375   Salazar
                              BIOL    1407   2015    Biology for Science Majors II   4 9:30-10:45    MW     R-375   Salazar
                                                     Laboratory                        2:00-4:50     T      R-375   Salazar
                              BIOL    2401   2025    Anatomy and Physiology I        4 8:00-10:30    T      R-370   Johnson
                                                     Laboratory                        8:00-10:50    R      R-370   Johnson


     26	                                                                                        Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule
                                                                                                                      2007 SPRING CRedIt SChedule
 Sem. Course & Section Title                                      Hrs Time           Days      Room     instructor

BIOL    2401     2030    Anatomy and Physiology I                  4 12:30-1:45      MW        R-370    Schmiederer
                         Laboratory                                  2:00-4:50       M         R-370    Schmiederer
BIOL    2401     2035    Anatomy and Physiology I                  4 11:00-1:30      T         R-370    Salazar
                         Laboratory                                  11:00-1:50      R         R-370    Salazar
BIOL    2401     2010    Anatomy and Physiology I                  4 9:30-10:45      MW        R-370    Schmiederer
                         Laboratory                                  2:00-4:50       W         R-370    Schmiederer
BIOL    2402     2045    Anatomy and Physiology II                 4 11:00-12:15     MW        R-370    Lankford
                         Laboratory                                  2:00-4:50       R         R-370    Lankford
BIOL    2402     2050    Anatomy and Physiology II                 4 12:30-1:45      MW        R-375    Kopec
                         Laboratory                                  2:00-4:50       T         R-370    Kopec
BIOL    2421     2060    Microbiology for Science Majors           4 11:00-12:15     TR        R-375    Kopec
                         Laboratory                                  2:00-4:50       W         R-375    Kopec
(EVEninG CLASSES)
BIOL 1407 2020 Biology for Science Majors II                       4 7:00-9:30       T         R-375    Schmiederer
                 Laboratory                                          7:00-9:50       R         R-375    Schmiederer
BIOL 2401 2040 Anatomy and Physiology I                            4 7:00-9:30       M         R-370    Lankford
                 Laboratory                                          7:00-9:50       W         R-370    Lankford
BIOL 2402 2055 Anatomy and Physiology II                           4 7:00-9:30       T         R-370    Johnson
                 Laboratory                                          7:00-9:50       R         R-370    Johnson
BIOL 2421 2065 Microbiology for Science Majors                     4 7:00-9:30       M         R-375    Kopec
                 Laboratory                                          7:00-9:50       W         R-375    Kopec
(inTERnET CLASSES)
BIOL 1322 2000 Nutrition and Diet Therapy I*                       3 TBA             TBA       TBA      Lankford
BIOL 1322 2001 Nutrition and Diet Therapy I*                       3 TBA             TBA       TBA      Lankford
*Students registered in BIOL 1322.2000 or 1322.2001 Nutrition and Diet Therapy I (Internet) must attend
orientation. Orientation will be held in Room N-217 on Tuesday, January 16, 2007, from 6:00-7:30 p.m.
Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact Mr. Randy Lankford at (409) 944-1278 or at rlankfor@gc.edu for
additional information.

BIOTECHNOLOGY
(EVEninG CLASSES)
BITC 1291 2300 Special Topics: Ethics                              2 5:00-6:50       W         N-245 Hallberg
BITC 1391 2310 Special Topics: Advanced                            3 7:00-8:50       T         UTMB* Gerhardt
                 Laboratory                                          7:00-8:50       R         UTMB* Gerhardt
BITC 1402 2315 Biotechnology Laboratory                            4 7:00-9:50       M         UTMB* Zivadinovic
                 Laboratory                                          7:00-9:50       W         UTMB* Zivadinovic
*1700 Strand, Room 3.108. Please contact Dr. James Salazar at (409) 944-1278 for additional information.


BREAST IMAGING/MAMMOGRAPHY
CERTIFICATE PROGRAM
(DAY CLASSES)
MAMT 2230 6010           Quality Assurance                         2 2:00-3:50 T               N-227 Konetzske
MAMT 2231 6005           Instrumentation/Modalities                2 12:00-1:50 T              N-227 Konetzske
MAMT 2233 6000           Anatomy/Positioning &                     2 9:30-11:20 T              N-227 Konetzske
                         Patient Assessment
MAMT 2260        6015    Clinical Application I*                   2 8:00-1:00       MW        HOSP Konetzske
(SATURDAY CLASSES)
MAMT 2230 6011 Quality Assurance                                   2 2:00-3:50 S               N-227 Konetzske
MAMT 2231 6006 Instrumentation/Modalities                          2 12:00-1:50 S              N-227 Konetzske
MAMT 2233 6001 Anatomy/Positioning &                               2 9:30-11:20 S              N-227 Konetzske
                Patient Assessment
MAMT 2260 6016 Clinical Application I*                             2 8:00-4:00       S         HOSP Konetzske
* The first eight weeks will be academic classes and the last three to five weeks will be the clinical application
portion.

BUSINESS
(DAY CLASS)
BUSI 2301 4050           Business Law                              3 11:00-12:15 TR            R-252 Cavazos
(EVEninG CLASSES)
BUSI 1301 4055 Introduction to Business                            3 7:00–9:30       W         N-245 Glaeser
BUSI 2301 4060 Business Law                                        3 7:00–9:30       T         R-250 Melasky

CHEMISTRY
(DAY CLASSES)
CHEM 1405 2090           Introductory Chemistry                    4 9:30-10:45 MW             R-378 Adam
                         Laboratory                                  2:00-4:50 M               R-378 Adam


Spring	2007	Credit	Schedule	                                                                                                     27
2007 SPRING CRedIt SChedule
                              Sem. Course & Section Title                                   Hrs Time          Days      Room    instructor

                              CHEM 1405       2095    Introductory Chemistry                  4 9:30-10:45    TR        R-378   Sanchez
                                                      Laboratory                                2:00-4:50     R         R-378   Sanchez
                              CHEM 1411       2100    General Chemistry I                     4 11:00-12:15   TR        R-378   Sanchez
                                                      Laboratory                                2:00-4:50     T         R-378   Sanchez
                              CHEM 1412       2115    General Chemistry II                    4 11:00-12:15   MW        R-378   Adam
                                                      Laboratory                                2:00-4:50     W         R-378   Adam

                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              CHEM 1405 2105 Introductory Chemistry                           4 7:00-9:30     R         R-251   Staff
                                               Laboratory                                       7:00-9:50     T         R-378   Staff
                              CHEM 1405 2110 Introductory Chemistry                           4 7:00-9:30     M         R-378   Sanchez
                                               Laboratory                                       7:00-9:50     W         R-378   Sanchez
                              CHEM 2425 2120 Organic Chemistry II                             4 7:00-9:30     T         R-251   Adam
                                               Laboratory                                       7:00-9:50     R         R-378   Adam
                              (inTERnET CLASSES)
                              CHEM 1412 2116 General Chemistry II (Hybrid)*                   4 TBA           TBA       TBA Sanchez
                                               Laboratory                                       2:00-4:50     F         R-378 Sanchez
                              *Students registered in CHEM 1412.2116 General Chemistry II (Hybrid) will be required to attend weekly lab
                              sessions at Galveston College and must attend orientation. Orientation will be held in Room R-378 on Friday,
                              January 19, 2007; from 2:00-4:50 p.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact Dr. Ana Sanchez at
                              (409) 944-1330 or asanchez@gc.edu for additional information.

                              COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              CTMT 2336 6020          Computed Tomography Equipment           3 11:00-1:50 W            N-235 Moran
                                                      & Methodology
                              CTMT 2372       6035    Tomographic Anatomy & Pathology         3 8:00-10:50 W            N-235 Moran
                              CTMT 2560       6025    CT Clinical Applications I              5 8:00-3:30 MTR           HOSP Moran
                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              CTMT 2336 6030 Computed Tomography Equipment
                                               & Methodology                                  3 4:00-6:30     W         N-235 Moran
                              CTMT 2372 6031 Tomographic Anatomy & Pathology                  3 7:00-9:30     W         N-235 Moran

                              COMPUTER SCIENCE
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              COSC 1301 4065          Microcomputer Applications              3 09:30–10:20   MW        R-359   Way
                                                      Laboratory                                10:30–12:20   MW        R-359   Way
                              COSC 1301       4070    Microcomputer Applications              3 12:30–1:20    MW        R-359   Way
                                                      Laboratory                                1:30–3:20     MW        R-359   Way
                              COSC 1301       4075    Microcomputer Applications              3 9:30–10:20    TR        R-359   Khan
                                                      Laboratory                                10:30–12:20   TR        R-359   Khan
                              COSC 1301       4080    Microcomputer Applications              3 12:30–1:20    TR        R-359   Khan
                                                      Laboratory                                1:30–3:20     TR        R-359   Khan
                              ITNW 1425       4121    Fundamentals of Networking Tech         4 12:30-1:50    MW        R-358   Khan
                                                      Laboratory                                2:00-3:20     MW        R-358   Khan
                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              COSC 1301 4085 Microcomputer Applications                       3 7:00–7:50     MW        R-359   Caldera
                                               Laboratory                                       8:00–9:50     MW        R-359   Caldera
                              COSC 1301 4090 Microcomputer Applications                       3 7:00–7:50     TR        R-359   Caldera
                                               Laboratory                                       8:00–9:50     TR        R-359   Caldera
                              ITNW 1348 4120 Implementing and Supporting
                                               Client Operating Systems                       3 3:30-7:20     M         R-358   Staff
                              ITNW 1454 4125 Implementing Supporting Server                   4 5:30–9:30     W         R-358   Staff
                              ITSC 1305 4130 Introduction to PC Operating Systems             3 5:30–7:20     T         R-358   Khan
                                               Laboratory                                       7:30–9:20     T         R-371   Khan
                              ITSC 1325 4135 Personal Computer Hardware**                     3 5:30–7:20     R         R-358   Khan
                                               Laboratory                                       7:30–9:20     R         R-371   Khan
                              (inTERnET & VCT CLASSES)
                              COSC 1301 4100 Microcomputer Applications***                    3                                 Way
                              COSC 1301 4101 Microcomputer Applications****                   3                                 Khan
                              COSC 1301 4111 Microcomputer Applications***                    3                                 Way
                              COSC 1301 4112 Microcomputer Applications****                   3                                 Khan
                              COSC 1437 4105 Programming Fundamentals II***                   3                                 Way
                              IMED 1316 4106 Web Page Design I***                             3                                 Way
                              ITSC 1380 4110 Cooperative Education I*                         3                                 Khan
                              ITSC 2431 4117 Integrated Software                              3                                 Khan
                                               Applications III****
                              *COOP students must work 20 hours per week in a computer-based environment. Contact the instructor for date
                              and time of initial orientation meeting.

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 Sem. Course & Section Title                                     Hrs Time           Days      Room     instructor

**Students MUST sign up for both ITSC 1305 and ITSC 1325. They cannot be taken separately.
*** Students MUST attend an orientation session for Internet courses. Please visit http:/wway.atspace.com/
****Students MUST attend an orientation session for Internet courses. Please contact Mr. Khan (mkhan@gc.edu).


COMPUTERS IN HEALTH CARE
(DAY CLASSES)
HITT 1211 5105 Computers in Health Care*                          2 2:30-4:20 M               R-255 Boudreaux
HITT 1211 5110 Computers in Health Care*                          2 9:00-10:50 T              R-255 Boudreaux
HITT 1211 5111 Computers in Health Care*                          2 9:00-10:50 R              R-255 Boudreaux
*Internet Hybrid course

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
(DAY CLASSES)
CRIJ 1301 4150           Introduction to Criminal Justice         3   9:30-10:45    TR        F-319    Hall
CRIJ 1306 4170           Court System and Practices               3   11:00-12:20   MW        F-319    Hall
CRIJ 1310 4155           Fundamentals of Criminal Law             3   9:30-10:50    MW        F-319    Hall
CRIJ 2313 4175           Correctional System & Practice           3   12:30-1:50    TR        F-319    Hall
CRIJ 2314 4185           Criminal Investigation                   3   11:00-12:20   TR        F-319    Nelson
(EVEninG CLASSES)
CRIJ 1307 4151 Crime in America                                   3 7:00-9:50       W         F-319 Hall
CRIJ 2323 4152 Legal Aspects of Law Enforcement                   3 7:00-9:50       T         F-319 Nelson

CRIJ    2328    4165     Police Systems and Practices             3 7:00-9:50       R         F-319 Nelson
(COOP CLASS)
CJSA 1382  4190          Law Enforcement Experience I             3                                    Hall
(inTERnET CLASS)
CRIJ 2301 4191 Community Resources in Corrections                 3                                    Hall


CULINARY ARTS
(DAY CLASSES)
PSTR 1401 4205           Fundamentals of Baking                   4 11:30-5:20 MTWR F-210 Mendoza
                         This class meets from 2/12/07-3/8/07
CHEF 1401       4195     Basic Food Preparation                   4 11:30-5:20 MTWR F-210 Mendoza
                         This class meets from 1/16/07-2/8/07
CHEF 2301       4210     Intermediate Food Preparation            4 11:30-5:20 MTWR F-210 Mendoza
                         This class meets from 4/16/07-5/10/07
CHEF 2402       4200     Saucier                                  4 11:30-5:20 MTWR F-210 Mendoza
                         This class meets from 3/19/07-4/12/07
(EVEninG CLASSES)
CHEF 1410 4225 Garde Manger                                       4 4:30-10:20 MTWR F-210 Holsapple
                 This class meets from 3/19/07-4/12/07
CHEF 1441 4230 American Regional Cuisine                          4 4:30-10:20 MTWR F-210 Gabel
                 This class meets from 4/16/07-5/10/07
CHEF 1445 4220 International Cuisine                              4 4:30-10:20 MTWR F-210 Holsapple
                 This class meets from 1/16/07-2/8/07
PSTR 2431 4215 Advanced Pastry Shop                               4 4:30-10:20 MTWR F-210 Gabel
                 This class meets from 2/12/07-3/8/07
Classes consist of lecture and lab. The first hour of each class is devoted to academics remaining instruction occurs
in lab (N-116). It is suggested that students enroll in all above lab classes offered during a semester. We do require
that the student register during regular registration time periods. Exceptions to these rules require the permission
on the Director of Culinary Arts. Students are expected to have all required supplies for the first day of class. We
recommend students speak with the Director of Culinary Arts at ext. 304 before enrolling in classes.
(inTERnET CLASSES)
IFWA 1318 4236 Nutrition Food Service Professional*               3                                    Mendoza
CHEF 1305 4256 Sanitation and Safety*                             3                                    Mendoza
*Students registered in IFWA 1318.4236 and CHEF 1305.4256 must meet with the instructor on Friday, January
19, 2007 at 2 p.m. in room F-210. Please contact Paul Mendoza at pmendoza@gc.edu or (409) 944-1304.

CULINARY/HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
(DAY CLASSES)
HAMG 2330 4202           Convention and Group Management          3 2:30-03:50 MW             N-245 Mitchell
HAMG 2332 4203           Hospitality Financial Management         3 2:30-03:50 TR             N-245 Mitchell

(EVEninG CLASS)
HAMG 2337 4265           Hospitality Facilities and Management 3 5:30-7:50          M         N-245 Mitchell




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                              Sem. Course & Section Title                                     Hrs Time          Days       Room    instructor

                              (inTERnET CLASSES)
                              HAMG 1321 4262 Intro to the Hospitality Industry*                3                               Mitchell
                              HAMG 1324 4266 Hospitality Human Resource                        3                               Mitchell
                              HAMG 1340 4201 Hospitality Legal Issues*                         3                               Mitchell
                              HAMG 2305 4261 Hospitality Mgt & Leadership*                     3                               Mitchell
                              HAMG 2307 4204 Hospitality Marketing & Sales*                    3                               Mitchell
                              RSTO 1313 4244 Hospitality Supervision                           3                               Mitchell
                              RSTO 2301 4246 Principles of Food and
                                                      Beverage Controls*                       3                               Mitchell
                              *Students need to meet with Pete Mitchell prior to the class commencement. Office room N-308. Phone (409) 944-
                              1334 or email at pmitchel@gc.edu

                              CULINARY ARTS/CHEF TRAINING/
                              HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT
                              (inDEPEnDEnT STUDY)
                              HAMG 1391 4235 Special Topics in Hospitality Admin & Mgt 3                                           Mitchell
                              (COOPERATiVE CLASSES)
                              CHEF 1380 4250 Cooperative Education:                            3                                   Mendoza
                                              Culinary Arts/Chef Training
                                              This class runs from 1/16/07-5/10/07
                              CHEF 1381 4255 Cooperative Education:                            3                                   Mendoza
                                              Culinary Arts/Chef Training
                                              This class runs from 1/16/07-5/10/07
                              RSTO 1381 4260 Cooperative Education:                            3                                   Mendoza
                                              Food and Beverage/Restaurant
                                              Operation Management
                                              This class runs from 1/16/07-5/10/07
                              Students must meet with the instructor prior to enrolling in the CO-OP class. There will be a brief orientation
                              meeting for the CO-OP classes. Orientation for CHEF 1380 and 1381 will be 1/16/07 at 2:00 p.m. in room N-113.
                              CHEF 1380 and 1381 were formerly CULA 1380 and 1381. Orientation for RSTO 1381 will be 1/16/07 at 2:30
                              p.m. in room N-113.

                              DRAMA
                              (EVEninG CLASS)
                              DRAM 1310 1105           Introduction to Theatre                 3 7:00-8:15      MW        F-212 Herrera

                              ECONOMICS
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              ECON 2301 4206           Principles of Economics:                3 8:00-9:15      TR        F-321 Davison
                                                       Macroeconomics
                              ECON 2302       4270     Principles of Economics:                3 9:30-10:45 TR            F-321 Davison
                                                       Microeconomics
                              (EVEninG CLASS)
                              ECON 2302 4275           Principles of Economics:                3   5:30-6:45    MW        F-319 Staff
                                                       Microeconomics
                              (TELECOURSE)
                              ECON 2302 4280           Principles of Economics:                3 TBA            TBA       TBA      Davison
                                                       Microeconomics*
                              *Students registered in ECON 2302.4280 Economics (Telecourse) are required to attend one of the two mandatory
                              class orientations. The first orientation will be held in room R-259 on Tuesday, January 16, 2007, at 8:30 p.m. The
                              second will be held on Saturday, January 20, 2007, at 9:30 a.m. in room FA-319. Please contact Don Davison at
                              (409) 944-1311 or email ddavison@gc.edu for additional information.

                              EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES
                              EMT-BASiC
                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              EMSP 1291 6075 Special Topics                                    2 5:00-6:50      MW        N-227 Staff
                              EMSP 1501 6080 EMT-Basic                                         5 6:50-9:50      MW        N-227 Staff
                              EMSP 1260 6085 EMT-Clinical                                      2 7:00-1:50      S         HOSP Staff
                              EMT-inTERMEDiATE
                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              EMSP 1262 6070 Clinical-Emergency Medical Tech                   2   7:00-1:00    S         HOSP     Prue
                              EMSP 1338 6055 Introduction to Advanced Practice                 3   5:00-6:50    MW        N-228    Prue
                              EMSP 1355 6060 Trauma Management                                 3   7:00-9:50    MW        N-228    Prue
                              EMSP 1356 6065 Patient Assess & Airway Management                3   5:00-9:20    T         N-228    Prue




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Sem. Course & Section Title                                  Hrs Time            Days    Room    instructor

EMT-PARAMEDiC
(EVEninG CLASSES)
EMSP 2260 6040 Clinical-Emergency Medical                      2 7:00-7:00       S      HOSP Harris
EMSP 2430 6045 Special Populations                             4 8:00-9:50       TR     N-224 Prue
EMSP 2434 6050 Medical Emergencies                             4 5:00-7:50       TR     N-224 Prue


ENGLISH
(DEVELOPMEnTAL STUDiES)
(DAY CLASSES)
ENGL 0301 1110 Introduction to Writing Skills                  3   8:00-9:15     MW     F-213    Phillips
ENGL 0301 1115 Introduction to Writing Skills                  3   11:00-12:15   MW     F-215    Eckhart
ENGL 0302 1125 Basic Writing Skills                            3   8:00-9:15     MW     F-210    Gammill
ENGL 0302 1126 Basic Writing Skills                            3   9:30-10:45    MW     F-211    Parker
ENGL 0302 1130 Basic Writing Skills                            3   12:30-1:45    MW     F-211    Phillips
(EVEninG CLASSES)
ENGL 0301 1120 Introduction to Writing Skills                  3 5:30-6:45       MW     R-211 Parker
ENGL 0302 1135 Basic Writing Skills                            3 5:30-6:45       TR     F-211 Phillips

ENGLISH
(DAY CLASSES)
ENGL 1301 1145          Composition I                          3   8:00-9:15     TR     F-209    Phillips
ENGL 1301 1150          Composition I                          3   9:30-10:45    MW     R-358    Taylor
ENGL 1301 1155          Composition I                          3   9:30-10:45    TR     F-209    Berberich
ENGL 1301 1160          Composition I                          3   11:00-12:15   MW     F-209    Berberich
ENGL 1301 1163          Composition I                          3   11:00-12:15   MW     R-358    Taylor
ENGL 1301 1164          Composition I                          3   9:30-10:45    MW     N-218    Gammill
ENGL 1301 1165          Composition I                          3   11:00-12:15   TR     F-213    Berberich
ENGL 1302 1167          Composition II                         3   11:00-12:15   TR     R-209    Parker
ENGL 1302 1175          Composition II                         3   8:00-9:15     MW     F-215    King
ENGL 1302 1200          Composition II                         3   8:00-9:15     TR     F-320    Parker
ENGL 1302 1180          Composition II                         3   9:30-10:45    TR     R-358    Taylor
ENGL 1302 1185          Composition II                         3   12:30-1:45    MW     F-209    Berberich
ENGL 1302 1195          Composition II                         3   11:00-12:15   MW     F-320    King
ENGL 2307 1196          Creative Writing I                     3   2:00-3:15     MW     F-213    Eckhart
ENGL 2343 1221          Forms of Literature: Poetry/Drama      3   12:30-1:45    TR     F-209    Berberich
ENGL 2307 1222          Creative Writing I**                   3   4:00-6:30     F      F-321    Berberich
(EVEninG CLASSES)
ENGL 1301 1170 Composition I                                   3   5:30-6:45     MW     F-209    Susman
ENGL 1302 1205 Composition II                                  3   7:00-9:30     T      F-209    Berberich
ENGL 1302 1210 Composition II                                  3   7:00-8:15     MW     F-209    Susman
ENGL 2323 1215 Survey British Literature II                    3   7:00-9:30     T      N-218    Taylor
(inTERnET)
ENGL 1302 1190          Composition II*                      3 TBA               TBA    TBA      Taylor
ENGL 2326 1140          Masterpieces of American Literature* 3 TBA               TBA    TBA      Eckhart
*Students registered in ENGL 1302.1190 (Internet) must attend orientation. Orientation will be held in Room
R-358 on Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 11 a.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory. Students registered in
ENGL 2326.1140 (Internet) must attend orientation. Orientation will be held in Room F-207 on January 11, 2007
at 2p.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact Mrs. L. Eckhart for ENGL2326.1140 at 409-944-1394 or
email leckhart@gc.edu for additional information. Contact Ms. Dale Taylor for ENGL1302.1190 at 409-944-1321
or email dtaylor@gc.edu for additional information.
**Memoir and Autobiography
GEOGRAPHY
(EVEninG CLASSES)
GEOG 1303 1225 General World Geography                         3 3:00-4:15       MW     F-320 Brambaugh

GOVERNMENT
(DAY CLASSES)
GOVT 2305 1235          Federal Government                     3   9:30-10:45    MW     F-321    Josselet
GOVT 2305 1240          Federal Government                     3   12:30-1:45    MW     F-321    Josselet
GOVT 2305 1245          Federal Government                     3   9:30-10:45    TR     N-228    Josselet
GOVT 2305 1246          Federal Government                     3   2:00-3:15     TR     F-321    Josselet
GOVT 2305 1247          Federal Government**                   3   3:00-5:00     TR     F-319    Morales
GOVT 2306 1270          Texas Government                       3   8:00-9:15     MW     F-321    Waddell
GOVT 2306 1260          Texas Government                       3   8:00-9:15     TR     F-319    Waddell
GOVT 2306 1265          Texas Government                       3   11:00-12:15   TR     F-321    Waddell
GOVT 2306 1275          Texas Government                       3   11:00-12:15   MW     F-321    Waddell
(EVEninG CLASSES)
GOVT 2305 1250 Federal Government                              3 5:30-6:45       MW     N-333 Josselet
GOVT 2306 1285 Texas Government                                3 5:30-6:45       TR     N-235 Waddell


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                              Sem. Course & Section Title                                    Hrs Time           Days     Room    instructor

                              (inTERnET)
                              GOVT 2305 1230          Federal Government*                     3                                  Josselet
                              GOVT 2306 1255          Texas Government*                       3                                  Josselet
                              *Students registered in GOVT 2305.1230 and GOVT 2306.1255 must attend orientation. Orientation will be held
                              in Room F-207 on Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 6 p.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact Kenda
                              Josselet at (409) 944-1430 or kjossele@gc.edu for additional information.
                              **Students registered in GOVT 2305.1247, this class will not begin until February 20, 2007 and end the week of
                              May 22, 2007.


                              HISTORY
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              HIST 1301 1290          U.S. History I                          3   11:00-12:15   MW       F-211   Clyburn
                              HIST 1301 1295          U.S. History I                          3   12:30-1:45    TR       F-212   Taylor
                              HIST 1302 1305          U.S. History II                         3   8:00-9:15     MW       F-211   Clyburn
                              HIST 1302 1310          U.S. History II                         3   9:30-10:45    TR       F-211   Clyburn
                              HIST 1302 1315          U.S. History II                         3   11:00-12:15   TR       F-211   Clyburn
                              HIST 1302 1320          U.S. History II                         3   3:30-4:45     TR       F-211   Sewell
                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              HIST 1301 1296 U.S. History I                                   3 5:30-6:45       M        F-212 Robertson
                              HIST 1302 1325 U.S. History II                                  3 5:30-6:45       TR       F-210 Sewell
                              HIST 1302 1330 U.S. History II                                  3 7:00-9:30       T        N-245 Pratt
                              (TELECOURSE)
                              HIST 1302 1300          U.S. History II*                        3 TBA             TBA      TBA     Clyburn
                              *Students registered in HIST 1302.1300 U.S. History II (Telecourse) must attend orientation. Orientation will be
                              held in Room F-207 on Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 7 p.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact
                              Mr. John Clyburn at 409-944-1327 or email at clyburn@gc.edu for additional information.

                              HUMANITIES
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              HUMA 1301 1344          Introduction to Humanities I            3 9:30-10:45 MW            F-215 Wolfson
                              HUMA 1301 1346          Introduction to Humanities I            3 11:00-12:15 TR           F-215 Wolfson
                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              HUMA 1302 1347 Introduction to Humanities II                    3 5:30-6:45       TR       F-215 Wolfson
                              (inTERnET)
                              HUMA 1301 1335          Introduction to Humanities I*           3 TBA             TBA      TBA     Langford
                              HUMA 1301 1345          Introduction to Humanities I*           3 TBA             TBA      TBA     Langford
                              *Students registered in HUMA 1301.1335 and HUMA 1301.1345 Introduction to the Humanities I (Internet) must
                              attend orientation. Orientation will be held in Room R-257 on Thursday, January 18, 2007 at 6 p.m. Orientation
                              for this course is mandatory. Contact Ms. Cheryl Langford at 281-222-0556 or clangfor@gc.edu for additional
                              information.

                              LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY
                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              CJLE 1518 4295 Basic Peace Officer III*               5             5:30-9:20     MTWF     N-240   Henson
                              CJLE 1524 4300 Basic Peace Officer IV**               5             5:30-9:20     MTWF     N-240   Henson
                              PHED 2100 4305 Fitness Training: Law Enforcement III* 1             5:30-9:15     R        H-200   Benavidez
                              PHED 2101 4310 Fitness Training: Law                  1             5:30-9:15     R        H-200   Benavidez
                                               Enforcement IV**
                              *First 8-week course begins the week of 1/16/2007 and ends week 3/10/2007
                              **Second 8-week course begins the week of 3/19/2007 and ends week of 5/7/2007.

                              MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
                              TECHNOLOGY
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              MRIT 2334 6095          M R Equipment and Method                3 9:00-10:15 MW            UTMB Nishino
                              MRIT 2374 6090          Advanced MRI Physics                    3 10:30-11:50 MW           UTMB Johnson
                              MRIT 2661 6100          MRI Clinical Applications II            6 8:00-4:00 TR             HOSP Moran

                              MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT
                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              BMGT 1302 4311 Communications in Management                     3 7:00-8:20       MW       R-257 Staff
                              (COOP CLASSES)
                              BMGT 1382 4315 Cooperative Education I*                       3 TBA           TBA     M-310 Davison
                              BMGT 1383 4320 Cooperative Education II*                      3 TBA           TBA     M-310 Davison
                              BMGT 2382 4325 Cooperative Education III*                     3 TBA           TBA     M-310 Davison
                              *Coop students must work 20 or more hours per week. Students registered in BMGT 1382.4315 Cooperative

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 Sem. Course & Section Title                                      Hrs Time           Days      Room     instructor

Education I, BMGT 1383.4320 Cooperative Education II or BMGT 2382.4325 Cooperative Education III, are
required to attend one of the two mandatory class orientations. The first orientation will be held in room R-259
on Tuesday, January 16, 2007, at 9:00 p.m. The second orientation will be held on Saturday, January 20, 2007,
at 10:00 a.m. in room FA-319. Call Don Davison at (409) 944-1311 or email ddavison@gc.edu for additional
information.

MATHEMATICS
(DAY CLASSES)
MATH 0300 2125           Basic Mathematics                      3      8:00-9:15     MW        R-253    Doherty
MATH 0300 2130           Basic Mathematics                      3      9:30-10:45    MW        R-360    Doherty
MATH 0300 2135           Basic Mathematics                      3      11:00-12:15   MW        F-212    Doherty
MATH 0300 2150           Basic Mathematics                      3      8:00-9:15     TR        N-245    Staten
MATH 0303 2155           Introductory Algebra                   3      8:00-9:15     TR        R-360    Warren
MATH 0303 2160           Introductory Algebra                   3      9:30-10:45    TR        R-360    Warren
MATH 0303 2165           Introductory Algebra                   3      9:30-10:45    MW        N-228    Staten
MATH 0303 2170           Introductory Algebra                   3      11:00-12:15   MW        N-245    Staten
MATH 0303 2175           Introductory Algebra                   3      11:00-12:15   TR        R-360    Warren
MATH 0303 2185           Introductory Algebra                   3      3:30-4:45     MW        R-360    Powell
MATH 0304 2205           Intermediate Algebra                   3      8:00-9:15     MW        R-360    Farley
MATH 0304 2210           Intermediate Algebra                   3      9:30-10:45    MW        R-253    Farley
MATH 0304 2215           Intermediate Algebra                   3      8:00-9:15     TR        R-253    Farley
MATH 0304 2220           Intermediate Algebra                   3      9:30-10:45    TR        N-245    Staten
MATH 1324 2235           Math for Business and Social Science I*3      12:30-1:45    MW        N-228    Rimar
MATH 1414 2245           College Algebra*                       4      8:00-8:50     MTWR      N-228    Rimar
MATH 1414 2250           College Algebra*                       4      11:00-11:50   MTWR      R-253    Farley
MATH 1414 2255           College Algebra*                       4      3:30-5:15     MW        F-321    Rimar
MATH 2513 2275           Calculus I*                            5      12:30-1:45    MTWR      R-253    Farley
(EVEninG CLASSES)
MATH 0300 2140 Basic Mathematics                                   3   5:30-6:45     TR        R-253    Johnson
MATH 0300 2145 Basic Mathematics                                   3   7:00-8:15     MW        R-253    Johnson
MATH 0303 2180 Introductory Algebra                                3   5:30-6:45     MW        R-253    Johnson
MATH 0303 2195 Introductory Algebra                                3   7:00-8:15     MW        R-360    Stroud
MATH 0303 2200 Introductory Algebra                                3   7:00-8:15     TR        R-253    Stroud
MATH 0304 2225 Intermediate Algebra                                3   5:30-6:45     MW        F-210    Powell
MATH 0304 2230 Intermediate Algebra                                3   7:00-8:15     MW        F-210    Powell
MATH 1316 2231 Plane Trigonometry*                                 3   5:30-6:45     TR        R-360    Warren
MATH 1324 2240 Math for Business                                   3   5:30-6:45     MW        F-321    Rimar
                  and Social Science I *
MATH 1414 2265 College Algebra*                                    4 7:00-8:45       TR        R-360 Warren
MATH 2414 2270 Calculus II*                                        5 7:00-8:45       MW        F-321 Rimar
*TI-82, TI-83 or TI-84 series graphing calculator is required in this section.
(inTERnET CLASS)
MATH 1414 2260 College Algebra* **                                 4 TBA             TBA       TBA      Staten
**Students registered in MATH 1414.2260 (Internet) must attend orientation. Orientation for this course will
be held Wednesday, January 17, 2007 at 6 p.m. in room N-218. STUDENTS ARE REQUIRED TO BRING
THEIR MY MATH LAB ACCESS KIT WITH THEM TO ORIENTATION. The My Math Lab access kit may be
purchased at the Galveston College bookstore. Contact David Staten at 409-944-1276 or email at dstaten@gc.edu
for additional information.

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
(DAY CLASS)
HPRS 1206 5305           Medical Terminology                       2 3:30-5:20       M         R-250 Perkins
(EVEninG CLASS)
HITT 1305 4410           Medical Terminology                       3 5:30-6:50       TR        N-307 Kinsey
(inTERnET CLASSES)
HPRS 1206 5320 Medical Terminology*                                2 TBA             TBA       TBA      Mader
HPRS 1206 5325 Medical Terminology**                               2 TBA             TBA       TBA      Mader
*First 8-week course begins the week of 1/16/07 and ends the week of 3/5/07. Students will be notified via their
whitecaps e-mail account as to the date, time and location of a mandatory orientation for this course. It is essential
that students activate their whitecaps e-mail accounts to access this important information.
**Second 8-week course begins the week of 3/19/07 and ends the week of 5/7/07. Students will be notified via
their whitecaps e-mail account as to the date, time and location of a mandatory orientation for this course. It is
essential that students activate their whitecaps e-mail accounts to access this important information.




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                              Sem. Course & Section Title                                     Hrs Time           Days     Room    instructor


                              MUSIC
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              MUSI 1181 1516          Piano Class I                            1   2:00-2:50     M        F-214   Sharp
                              MUSI 1181 1517          Piano Class I                            1   2:00-2:50     T        F-214   Sharp
                              MUSI 1301 1474          Fundamentals of Music                    3   11:00-12:15   MW       F-216   Sharp
                              MUSI 1306 1475          Music Appreciation * (Self-paced)        3   TBA           TBA      TBA     Duncan
                              MUSI 1306 1512          Music Appreciation (Lecture)             3   9:30-10:45    MW       F-216   Sharp
                              MUSI 1306 1607          Music Appreciation (Lecture)             3   9:30-10:45    TR       F-216   Sharp
                              MUSI 1310 1505          History of Rock and Roll                 3   11:00-12:15   TR       F-216   Sharp
                              MUSI 1311 1506          Music Theory I                           3   3:30-4:45     MW       F-216   Sharp
                              MUEN 1240 1518          Island Steel Drum Band                   2   3:30-5:00     T        F-218   Sharp
                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              MUSI 1181 1519 Piano Class I                                     1   5:00-5:50     W        F-214   Sharp
                              MUSI 1192 1473 Guitar Class                                      1   6:00-7:00     R        F-214   Duncan
                              MUSI 1306 1495 Music Appreciation * (Self-Paced)                 3   TBA           TBA      TBA     Duncan
                              MUSI 1306 1500 Music Appreciation (Lecture)                      3   7:00-9:30     R        F-216   Duncan
                              MUEN 1141 1511 Choir                                             1   7:00-9:00     M        F-207   Sharp
                              *Students registered in MUSI 1306.1475 or MUSI 1306.1495 Music Appreciation (Self-Paced) must attend
                              orientation. Orientation will be held in Room F-216, on Thursday, January 18, 2007 at 7:00 p.m. Orientation is
                              mandatory. Contact Dr. Stephen Duncan at 409 944-1728 or sduncan@gc.edu for additional information.
                              *PRiVATE inSTRUCTiOn in MUSiC:
                              MUAP 1101 1350 First Year Strings (Violin/Viola)       1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Qing
                              MUAP 1101 1360 First Year Strings (Guitar) ***         1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 1101 1365 First Year Strings (Electric Bass)      1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 1117 1370 First Year Woodwinds (Flute)            1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Kates
                              MUAP 1117 1375 First Year Woodwinds (Oboe)             1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 1117 1380 First Year Woodwinds (Clarinet)         1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Kates
                              MUAP 1117 1385 First Year Woodwinds (Saxophone)        1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Kates
                              MUAP 1117 1390 First Year Woodwinds (Bassoon)          1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 1169 1415 First Year Piano **                     1             TBA           TBA      F-217   Sharp
                              MUAP 1181 1420 First Year Voice                        1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Patton
                              MUAP 1201 1425 First Year Strings (Violin/Viola)       2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Qing
                              MUAP 1201 1430 First Year Strings (Guitar) ***         2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 1217 1395 First Year Woodwinds (Flute)            2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Kates
                              MUAP 1217 1400 First Year Woodwinds (Oboe)             2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 1217 1405 First Year Woodwinds (Clarinet)         2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Kates
                              MUAP 1217 1410 First Year Woodwinds (Saxophone)        2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Kates
                              MUAP 1217 1411 First Year Woodwinds (Bassoon)          2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 1269 1440 First Year Piano **                     2             TBA           TBA      F-217   Sharp
                              MUAP 1281 1445 First Year Voice                        2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Patton
                              MUAP 2101 1480 Second Year Strings (Violin/Viola)      1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Qing
                              MUAP 2101 1485 Second Year Strings (Guitar) ***        1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 2101 1490 Second Year Strings (Electric Bass)     1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 2117 1461 Second Year Woodwinds (Oboe)            1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 2117 1463 Second Year Woodwinds (Flute)           1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Kates
                              MUAP 2117 1464 Second Year Woodwinds (Clarinet)        1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Kates
                              MUAP 2117 1465 Second Year Woodwinds (Saxophone) 1                   TBA           TBA      F-219   Kates
                              MUAP 2117 1609 Second Year Woodwinds (Bassoon)         1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 2169 1467 Second Year Piano **                    1             TBA           TBA      F-217   Sharp
                              MUAP 2181 1599 Second Year Voice                       1             TBA           TBA      F-219   Patton
                              MUAP 2201 1601 Second Year Strings (Violin/Viola)      2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Qing
                              MUAP 2201 1602 Second Year Strings (Guitar) ***        2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 2201 1603 Second Year Strings (Electric Bass) *** 2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 2217 1611 Second Year Woodwinds (Flute)           2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Kates
                              MUAP 2217 1612 Second Year Woodwinds (Oboe)            2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 2217 1613 Second Year Woodwinds (Clarinet)        2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Kates
                              MUAP 2217 1614 Second Year Woodwinds (Saxophone) 2                   TBA           TBA      F-219   Kates
                              MUAP 2217 1616 Second Year Woodwinds (Bassoon)         2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Duncan
                              MUAP 2269 1617 Second Year Piano **                    2             TBA           TBA      F-217   Sharp
                              MUAP 2281 1466 Second Year Voice                       2             TBA           TBA      F-219   Patton
                              *The instructor will contact the student to arrange a lesson schedule. If you are not contacted by Monday, January
                              22, 2007, or if you register late please contact Eric D. Sharp at 944-1258 or esharp@gc.edu.
                              **Prerequisite: MUSI 1181 or permission of instructor.
                              ***Prerequisite: MUSI 1192 or permission of instructor.




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                                                                                                               2007 SPRING CRedIt SChedule
Sem. Course & Section Title                                   Hrs Time         Days      Room    instructor


NUCLEAR MEDICINE TECHNOLOGY
(DAY CLASSES)
NMTT 1162 6105          Clinical Nuclear Medicine Tech         1 TBA           TBA      HOSP     Brown
NMTT 1309 6130          NMT Instrumentation                    3 9:00-10:20    MW       TELE     Brown
                        Laboratory                               9:00-11:50    F        HOSP     Brown
NMTT 1413      6115     Nuclear Medicine Physics               4 2:00-3:20     MW       UTMB     Johnson
                        Laboratory                               1:00-3:50     F        TELE     Brown
NMTT    2235   6120     Nuclear Medicine Tech Seminar*         2 8:00-9:50     MWF      TELE     Brown
NMTT    2305   6125     Nuclear Medicine Methodology I         3 10:30-11:50   MW       TELE     Brown
NMTT    2313   6135     NMT Methodology III                    3 3:30-4:50     TR       TELE     Brown
NMTT    2401   6110     Radiochemistry/Radiopharmacy           4 1:00-2:00     MW       UTMB     Ali
                        Laboratory                               9:00-11:50    R        TBA      Ali/Bailey
NMTT 2467      6140     Practicum-Nuclear Medicine             4 TBA           TBA      HOSP     Moran
*capstone

OFFICE ADMINISTRATION
(DAY CLASSES)
ITSC 1309 4335          Integrated Software Applications I     3 9:00-10:50 MW          N-311    Eliaz
ITSC 2321 4340          Integrated Software Applications II    3 9:00-10:50 MW          N-310    Eliaz
MRMT 1307 4375          Medical Transcription I                3 9:30-10:50 TR          N-310    Eliaz
                        Lab                                      TBA         TBA        TBA      Eliaz
MRMT 2333      4380     Medical Transcription II               3 9:30-10:50 TR          N-310    Eliaz
                        Lab                                      TBA         TBA        TBA      Eliaz
POFM 1309      4355     Medical Office Procedures              3 11:00-12:50 T          N-311    Eliaz
                        Laboratory                               TBA         TBA        N-310    Eliaz
POFM 2333      4385     Medical Document Production            3 9:30-10:50 TR          N-311    Eliaz
                        Lab                                      TBA         TBA        N-311    Eliaz
POFT 1127      4395     Introduction to Keyboarding            1 3:30-4:20 TR           N-311    Eliaz
POFT 1301      4361     Business English                       3 11:00-12:20 MW         N-307    Staff
POFT 1309      4350     Administrative Office Procedures       3 11:00-12:50 R          N-311    Eliaz
                        Laboratory                               TBA         TBA        N-310    Eliaz
POFT 1329      4365     Beginning Keyboarding                  3 2:00-4:20 TR           N-311    Eliaz
POFT 2301      4486     Intermediate Keyboarding               3 9:30-10:50 TR          N-311    Eliaz
                        Lab                                      TBA         TBA        N-311    Eliaz
POFT 2312      4390     Business Correspondence &              3 11:00-12:20 MW         N-311    Staff
                        Communications
POFT 2331      4345     Administrative Systems                 3 9:00-10:50 MW          N-310 Eliaz
(EVEninG CLASSES)
HITT 1305 4430 Medical Terminology                    3            5:30-6:50   TR       F-319    Kinsey
HITT 1341 4445 Coding and Classification Systems      3            5:30-6:50   MT       N-307    Staff
HITT 1353 4460 Legal/Ethic Aspects Health Information 3            7:00-8:20   MT       N-307    Staff
ITNW 1337 4400 Introduction to the Internet           3            5:30-7:20   M        N-311    Brigley
                 Laboratory                                        TBA         TBA      N-310    Brigley
MDCA 1309 4435 Anatomy & Physiology for               3            7:00-8:20   TR       F-321    Kinsey
                 Medical Assistants
POFM 1327 4450 Medical Insurance                      3            7:00-9:50   W        N-307    Thompson
POFT 1227 4495 Introduction to Keyboarding            2            5:30-6:50   TR       N-311    Staff
POFT 1319 4516 Records and Information Management 3                5:30-6:50   W        N-311    Brigley
                 Laboratory                                        TBA         TBA      TBA      Brigley
POFT 1329 4475 Beginning Keyboarding                  3            5:30-7:50   TR       N-311    Staff
POFT 2301 4405 Intermediate Keyboarding               3            5:30-7:50   TR       N-311    Staff
(inDEPEnDEnT STUDY)
LAB iS AVAiLABLE On TUESDAY, WEDnESDAY, AnD THURSDAY FROM 1:30 – 5:30 PM & 5:30-7:20
On MOnDAY & WEDnESDAY
POFT 1227 4410 Introduction to Keyboarding*    2 TBA    TBA      N-311 Eliaz
POFT 1227 4420 Introduction to Keyboarding*    2 TBA    TBA      N-311 Eliaz
POFT 1329 4415 Beginning Keyboarding*          3 TBA    TBA      N-311 Eliaz
POFM 1380 4480 Cooperative Education Medical*  3 TBA    TBA      N-313 Eliaz
                  Lab                            TBA    TBA      TBA Eliaz
POFT 1380 4489 Coop Education Administration * 3 TBA    TBA      N-311 Eliaz
* Independent study students & Coop students must attend MANDATORY orientation on Thursday, January 11,
2007 at 6 p.m. in Room N-310. Students who register late will meet on January 17 at 5:30 p.m. in Room N-310.
Contact Marie Eliaz at 409-944-1336 or email meliaz@gc.edu if you have questions.
(inTERnET CLASSES)
ITNW 1337 4490 Introduction to the Internet*                   3                                 Thompson
ITSC 1309 4515 Integrated Software Applications I*             3                                 Thompson
ITSC 2321 4341 Integrated Software Applications II*            3                                 Thompson
POFT 1127 4465 Introduction to Keyboarding*                    1                                 Thompson
POFT 1227 4360 Introduction to Keyboarding*                    2                                 Thompson


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                              Sem. Course & Section Title                                    Hrs Time         Days       Room    instructor

                              POFT 1313       4440    Professional Development                3                                  Eliaz
                                                      For Office Personnel*
                              POFT 1329       4505    Beginning Keyboarding*                  3                                  Thompson
                              POFT 2301       4510    Intermediate Keyboarding*               3                                  Thompson
                              *All Internet students must attend MANDATORY orientation. POFT 1127, 1227, 1329 & 2301 will meet on
                              January 11, 2007, at 5:30 p.m. in room N-311, and ITNW 1337, ITSC 1309, & ITSC 2321 will meet on January
                              11, 2007, at 6:30 p.m. in room N-311. POFT 1313 will meet on January 11, 2007, at 5:30 p.m. in room N-310.
                              Students who register late will meet on January 17, at 5:30 p.m. in room N-311 for Thompson and Eliaz. Contact
                              Kara Thompson at kthompso@gc.edu. or Marie Eliaz at meliaz@gc.edu if you have questions.

                              PHILOSOPHY
                              (DAY CLASS)
                              PHIL 1301 1508          Introduction to Philosophy              3 12:30-1:45 TR           F-210 May
                              PHIL 1301 1509          Introduction to Philosophy              3 2:00-3:15 TR            F-210 May
                              (EVEninG CLASS)
                              PHIL 1316 1510          History of Religions                    3 7:00-9:30      T        M-220 Kessler


                              PHLEBOTOMY
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              HPRS 1205 5140          Medical Law/Ethics                      2 2:00-3:50      R        R-259 Smith
                                                      for Health Professionals
                              HPRS 2333       5145    Consumer Oriented Health                3 4:00-5:20      MW       R-259 Jones
                                                      Delivery Systems
                              PLAB 1166       5150    Practicum                               1 TBA            TBA      HOSP. Hull
                              PLAB 1223       5155    Phlebotomy                              2 4:30-6:20      T        R-257 Jones
                              (EVEninG CLASS)
                              PLAB 1391 5160          Special Topics in                       3 5:30-6:50      MW       R-257 Jones
                                                      Phlebotomist (Seminar)

                              PHYSICAL EDUCATION
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              PHED 1115 4560            Weight Training I                      1 12:30-1:45 MW           H-106 Breitbach
                              PHED 1115 4565            Weight Training I                      1 12:30-1:45 TR           H-100 Breitbach
                              PHED 1116 4557            Weight Training II                     1 12:30-1:45 TR           H-106 Breitbach
                              PHED 1116 4570            Weight Training II                     1 12:30-1:45 MW           H-106 Breitbach
                              PHED 1144 4580            Strength and Conditioning              1 8:00-9:15 TR            H-106 Breitbach
                              PHED 1145 4585            Indoor Soccer I                        1 11:00-12:15 TR          H-100 Breitbach
                              PHED 1145 4586            Indoor Soccer I                        1 11:00-12:15 MW          H-100 Breitbach
                              PHED 1304 4520            Personal/Community Health I            3 9:30-10:45 MW           N-245 Breitbach
                              PHED 1304 4525            Personal/Community Health I*           3 TBA           TBA       TBA Breitbach
                              PHED 1304 4530            Personal/Community Health I*           3 TBA           TBA       TBA Breitbach
                              PHED 1321 4535            Coaching/Sport/Athletics I             3 9:30-10:45 TR           F-321 Breitbach
                              PHED 1331 4605            Physical Education for                 3 TBA           TBA       N-333 Breitbach
                                                        Elementary Majors*
                              PHED 1336 4610 Introduction to Recreation I                      3 TBA           TBA       TBA Breitbach
                              PHED 1338 4600 Concepts of Fitness                               3 8:00-9:15 MW            N-245 Breitbach
                              *Students registered in PHED 1304.4525, PHED 1304.4530 Personal/Community Health I Internet class must
                              attend orientation. Orientation will be held in Room H-106 on Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 2:00 p.m. Orientation
                              for this course is mandatory. Contact Mr. Conrad Breitbach at 409/944-1316 or cbreitba@gc.edu for more
                              information.
                              * Students registered in PHED 1331.4605 Physical Education of Elementary Majors must attend orientation.
                              Orientation will be held in Room H-106 on Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 2:00 p.m. Orientation for this course is
                              mandatory. Contact Mr. Conrad Breitbach at 409/944-1316 or cbreitba@gc.edu for more information.

                              PHYSICS
                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              PHYS 1401 2285 College Physics I                                4 5:30-8:00      M        N-303    Gebreselasie
                                               Laboratory                                       5:30-8:20      W        N-303    Gebreselasie
                              PHYS 1402 2295 College Physics II                               4 5:30-8:00      T        N-303    Gebreselasie
                                               Laboratory                                       5:30-8:20      R        N-303    Gebreselasie
                              (inTERnET CLASSES)
                              PHYS 1401 2280 College Physics I (Hybrid)*                 4 TBA            TBA        TBA         Gebreselasie
                                                   Laboratory                                2:00-4:50 R             N-303       Gebreselasie
                              PHYS 1402 2290 College Physics II: (Hybrid)*               4 TBA            TBA        TBA         Gebreselasie
                                                   Laboratory                                2:00-4:50 T             N-303       Gebreselasie
                              *PHYS 1401.2280 and PHYS 1402.2290 students will be required to attend a weekly lab session.




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                                                                                                                2007 SPRING CRedIt SChedule
Sem. Course & Section Title                                   Hrs Time          Days    Room    instructor


PSYCHOLOGY
(DAY CLASSES)
PSYC 2301 3140         General Psychology                     3   8:00-9:15     MW      N-337   Tapp
PSYC 2301 3155         General Psychology                     3   12:30-1:45    MW      N-337   Mozara
PSYC 2301 3160         General Psychology                     3   9:30-10:45    MW      N-337   Mozara
PSYC 2301 3165         General Psychology                     3   12:30-1:45    TR      N-337   Mozara
PSYC 2301 3170         General Psychology                     3   3:30-4:45     TR      N-337   Mozara
PSYC 2306 3185         Human Sexuality                        3   9:30-10:45    TR      N-337   Mozara
PSYC 2314 3195         Life-Span Growth & Development         3   11:00-12:15   TR      N-337   Conti
PSYC 2317 3210         Statistical Methods in Psychology      3   11:00-12:15   MW      N-337   Conti

(EVEninG CLASSES)
PSYC 2301 3175 General Psychology                             3 5:30-6:45       TR      R-252 Staff
PSYC 2301 3180 General Psychology                             3 7:00-8:15       MW      N-337 Tapp
PSYC 2314 3200 Life-Span Growth &Development                  3 5:30-6:45       TR      N-337 Conti
(TELECOURSE)
PSYC 2314 3190         Life-Span Growth & Development *       3 TBA             TBA     TBA     Conti
*Students registered in PSYC 2314.3190 Life-Span Growth & Development (Telecourse) must attend orientation.
Orientation will be held in Room F-207 on Thursday, January 11, 2007 at 5 p.m. Orientation for this course is
mandatory. Contact Joe Conti at (409) 944-1331 or email jconti@gc.edu for additional information.


RADIATION THERAPY
(DAY CLASSES)
RADT 1266 6160         Practicum I                            2   8:00-3:30     TWR     HOSP    Callahan
RADT 1291 6161         Special Topics: Radiation Therapy      2   9:00-10:50    M       N-227   Callahan
RADT 1344 6145         Instrumentations/Methods               3   11:00-12:50   M       N-227   Callahan
RADT 2301 6150         Oncology I                             3   1:00-2:50     M       N-227   Callahan
RADT 2366 6155         Practicum III                          3   8:00-4:50     TWR     HOSP    Callahan
RADT 2367 6165         Practicum IV                           3   8:00-4:50     TWR     HOSP    Callahan


RADIOGRAPHY
(DAY CLASSES)
RADR 1313 6175         Principles of Radiography I            3   10:00-12:30   T       N-235   Stout
RADR 1366 6170         Practicum II                           3   8:00-3:30     WRF     HOSP    Martinez
RADR 2333 6190         Advanced Medical Imaging               3   1:00-3:50     R       N-235   Martinez
RADR 2335 6195         Radiologic Technology Seminar          3   9:00-11:50    R       N-235   Stout
RADR 2367 6185         Practicum V                            3   8:00-3:30     MTW     HOSP    Martinez
RADR 2401 6180         Intermediate Radiographic Procedures   4   10:00-11:50   M       N-235   Martinez
                       Lab A                                      1:00-3:50     M       N-221   Martinez
                       Lab B                                      1:00-3:50     T       N-220   Stout

READING
(DEVELOPMEnTAL STUDiES)
(DAY CLASSES)
READ 0301 1515 Reading Improvement                            3   9:30-10:45    MW      F-213   Eckhart
READ 0301 1520 Reading Improvement                            3   11:00-12:15   MW      F-213   Phillips
READ 0302 1535 College Reading                                3   8:00-9:15     TR      F-215   Eckhart
READ 0302 1540 College Reading                                3   11:00-12:15   TR      F-212   Eckhart
READ 0302 1545 College Reading                                3   12:30-1:45    TR      F-215   Phillips
(EVEninG CLASS)
READ 0302 1550         College Reading                        3 5:30-6:45       MW      F-215 Eckhart


SOCIOLOGY
(DAY CLASSES)
SOCI 1301 1700         Introductory Sociology                 3 9:30-10:45 TR           F-213 Hoskins
SOCI 1301 1705         Introductory Sociology                 3 11:00-12:15 MW          R-252 Fanuiel
(EVEninG CLASS)
SOCI 1301 1710         Introductory Sociology                 3 5:30-6:45       TR      F-212 Nelson


SPANISH
(DAY CLASSES)
SPAN 1411 1555         Beginning Spanish I                    4   9:30-11:15    MW      F-210   Mere
SPAN 1411 1560         Beginning Spanish I                    4   12:30-2:15    MW      F-210   Mere
SPAN 1412 1565         Beginning Spanish II                   4   9:30-11:15    TR      N-307   Mere
SPAN 2311 1580         Intermediate Spanish I                 3   12:30-1:45    TR      F-213   Mere
(EVEninG CLASS)
SPAN 1411 1581         Beginning Spanish I                    4 5:30-7:15       MW      F-213 Mere

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                              Sem. Course & Section Title                                     Hrs Time          Days    Room    instructor


                              SPEECH
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              SPCH 1311 1620          Introduction to Speech Communication    3   12:30-1:50    MW      F-320   Staff
                              SPCH 1315 1590          Public Speaking                         3   9:30-10:50    MW      F-320   Staff
                              SPCH 1315 1600          Public Speaking                         3   9:30-10:50    TR      F-214   Staff
                              SPCH 1315 1615          Public Speaking                         3   11:00-12:20   TR      F-214   Staff
                              SPCH 1321 1610          Business & Professional Speaking        3   11:00-12:20   MW      F-214   Staff
                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              SPCH 1315 1595 Public Speaking                                  3 5:30-6:50       MW      F-320 Staff
                              SPCH 1318 1605 Interpersonal Communication                      3 7:00-8:20       MW      F-211 Staff
                              (inTERnET CLASS)
                              SPCH 1315 1606 Public Speaking*                                 3 TBA             TBA     TBA     Fuson
                              *Students registered in SPCH 1315.1606 must attend orientation. Orientation will be held in room F-207 on
                              January 16, 2007, at 4 p.m. Orientation for this course is mandatory. Contact DeeOna Fuson at (409) 944-1208 or
                              dfuson@gc.edu for additional information.

                              STUDY SKILLS FOR COLLEGE
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              SSFC 0301 3215          Study Skills for College                3 9:30-10:45 MW           F-212 Conti
                              SSFC 0301 3220          Study Skills for College                3 9:30-10:45 TR           F-212 Conti

                              (EVEninG CLASSES)
                              SSFC 0301 3225 Study Skills for College                         3 7:00-8:15       MW      F-320 Wilson

                              SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              SRGT 1442 6200          Surgical Procedures II                  4 8:00-9:50       MF      N-235   Martinez
                                                      Laboratory                                10:00-12:00     M       N-225   Martinez
                              SRGT    2130    6215    Professional Readiness                  1 10:00-11:00     F       N-228   Martinez
                              SRGT    2260    6210    Specialty Clinical II*                  2 6:45-3:15       TWR     HOSP    Martinez
                              SRGT    2660    6205    Advanced Clinical**                     6 6:45-3:15       TWR     HOSP    Martinez
                              HPRS    2200    6220    Pharmacology for the S.T.               2 2:00-4:00       F       N-228   Martinez
                              *4 week course. Classes begin 4/10/07 and end the week of 5/10/07.
                              ** 12-week course. Classes begin 1/16/07 and end the week of 4/3/07.


                              VOCATIONAL NURSING
                              (DAY CLASSES)
                              VNSG 1162 5230          Clinical (Maternal/Neonatal) A**        1   TBA           TBA     HOSP  Staff
                              VNSG 1162 5235          Clinical (Maternal/Neonatal) B**        1   TBA           TBA     HOSP  Staff
                              VNSG 1162 5240          Clinical (Maternal/Neonatal) C**        1   TBA           TBA     HOSP  Staff
                              VNSG 1162 5241          Clinical (Maternal/Neonatal) D**        1   TBA           TBA     HOSP  Staff
                              VNSG 1191 5270          Special Topic: NCLEX Prep****           1   1:00-2:10     T       R-251 Perkins
                              VNSG 1227 5195          Essentials of Medication Administration 2   3:30-5:20     T       R-250 Britton
                              VNSG 1230 5245          Maternal-Neonatal Nursing**             2   9:00-10:30    MWR     R-251 Perkins,
                                                                                                                              Britton
                                                      College Laboratory                          1:00-3:15     MW      R-252 Perkins,
                                                                                                                              Britton
                              VNSG 1410       5250    Nursing in Health and Illness III****   4 8:00-11:50 MT           R-251 Perkins,
                                                                                                                              Britton
                              VNSG 1420       5201    Anatomy & Physiology                    4 1:00-2:20       MW      R-251 Boudreaux
                                                      for Allied Health
                                                      Laboratory                                  9:00-10:50    F       R-370   Boudreaux
                              VNSG    2461    5255    Clinical (Medical-Surgical II) D****    4   TBA           TBA     HOSP    Staff
                              VNSG    2461    5260    Clinical (Medical-Surgical II) E****    4   TBA           TBA     HOSP    Staff
                              VNSG    2461    5265    Clinical (Medical-Surgical II) F****    4   TBA           TBA     HOSP    Staff
                              VNSG    2461    5266    Clinical (Medical-Surgical II) G****    4   TBA           TBA     HOSP    Staff
                              HPRS    1205    5225    Essentials of Med Law/Ethics for        2   3:30-5:20     M       R-251   Britton
                                                      Health Professionals***
                              **6-week course. Classes begin the week of 1/16/07 and end the week of 2/24/07.
                              ***10-week course. Classes begin the week of 1/16/07 and end the week of 3/31/07.
                              ****10-week course. Classes begin the week of 2/26/07 and end the week of 5/10/07.




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   CONtINuING eduCatION
	 The Division of Continuing Education presents specialized professional training




                                                                                                         2007 CONtINuING eduCatION
programs providing skills and knowledge that enhances employment. Life long
learning classes are offered in personal & career development, special interest and
recreation for all ages. Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) are provided for most
courses and are documented on a Galveston College transcript.
  If you have an idea for a class, would like to teach a class, or just want to come and
visit, please give us a call at (409) 944-1344 or (409) 944-1347 or email at ce@gc.edu.
New programs are constantly created to respond to community, business and industry
needs.
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                       n a timely b                    Continuing Education reserves the right to
       employees o              class or a reg
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                                                       cancel classes for reasons such as lack of
       we ca   n tailor a new              r needs.
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        cou rse to meet y                     e same
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        Our  on-site cours                    our
                              n available in           tion of the College at the time the schedule
         qual ity instructio                 dded
                             ms with the a             is published. These are subject to change
         reg ular classroo
                         venience.                     and their listing in the schedule is not an
          on-site con                                  assurance to students that they will be taught
                                                       exactly as listed.
ReGIStRatION
INFORMatION
IS THE CLASS AVAILABLE?
Call (409) 944-1344 for up-to-date information
on classes.
                                                               ATTENTION
                                                         All students intending to apply for
AM I ENROLLED?                                           entrance into any of the Galveston
The course will be held as scheduled unless              College Continuing Education Health
otherwise contacted by Continuing Education.             related programs listed below:
ADDING/DROPPING A COURSE
If you wish to drop a course and/or add another,         Certified Nurse Assistant
contact the Continuing Education office before           Certified Medication Aide
the third class meeting. No refunds will
be given after the third class meeting. If the           The following immunization require-
dropped course has not met, 100% of the fee              ments must be completed by all students
may be transferred to the added course or                BEFORE they can start their program:
refunded.                                                • Complete Hepatitis B immunization
SENIOR CITIZENS                                            series, including the titer test, (takes 7
Senior citizens 65 years and older may attend              months to complete)
classes at 50% off of the regular class tuition          • Complete Varicella (chicken pox)
unless otherwise stated. Tuition does not                  immunization – or proof of illness.
include cost of materials.
                                                         Background check is required. Student
REFUNDS?                                                 must have a High School Diploma
if you need to cancel, call (409) 944-1344               or GED, current Texas ID, and social
before class begins. A full refund will be               security card (you will be required to
processed before the third-class day. No                 furnish a copy of all of the above at
refunds after the 3rd class day and no refunds           registration).
after one-day classes.
Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule	                                                                              1
                                          BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL                                          Software Classes

2007 CONtINuING eduCatION lIStING                INSTITUTE
                                    Bank Teller ...................................................5
                                    Bookkeeping/Accounting Clerk Certificate .5
                                                                                                          Integrated Software I – XP Office................9
                                                                                                          Integrated Software II – XP Office ..............9
                                                                                                          Access XP - Introduction ............................9
                                    Financial Management                                                  Access XP - Intermediate.............................9
                                    for Business Certificate ................................5            Excel XP - Introduction ...............................9
                                    Roadmap to QuickBooks .............................5                  Excel XP - Intermediate ...............................9
                                                                                                          PowerPoint XP - Introduction ......................9
                                                                                                          PowerPoint XP – Intermediate.....................9
                                    Individual Business Classes
                                                                                                          Word XP-Introduction..................................9
                                    Introduction to Accounting ..........................6
                                                                                                          Introduction to QuickBooks.........................9
                                    Business English ..........................................6
                                    Introduction to Technical Writing I..............6
                                    Introduction to Public Speaking...................6                            CULINARY INSTITUTE
                                    Introduction to Grant Writing ......................6                 Basic Food Preparation
                                    Advanced Grant Writing ..............................6                Saucier........................................................10
                                                                                                          Intermediate Food Preparation ...................10
                                                                                                          International Cuisine ..................................10
                                    Small Business Development Center
                                                                                                          Garde Manger ............................................10
                                    Start Up Checklist ........................................6
                                                                                                          American Regional Cuisine .......................10
                                    Business Plan Pro.........................................6
                                    How to Get a Business Loan ........................6
                                    Advantages of Corporations and LLC’s.......6                                HOSPITALITY INSTITUTE
                                    Targeting Your Market .................................7              Introduction to Hospitality Industry...........10
                                    Insurance Continuing Education Center ......7                         Hospitality Marketing and Sales ................10
                                                                                                          Introduction to Hospitality
                                                                                                          Customer Service .......................................11
                                            COMPUTER TRAINING
                                                                                                          TABC Seller/Server Training .....................11
                                                INSTITUTE
                                    Basic Computer Skills
                                    Basic Internet ...............................................7              INDUSTRIAL INSTITUTE
                                    Microcomputer & Windows - Intro .............7                       NEW Welding Technology Certificate .............11
                                    Microcomputers & Windows Intermediate ..7                             Intro to Welding Fundamentals ..................11
                                                                                                          Introduction to Pipe Welding .....................11
                                                                                                          Intro to Gas Tungsten Arc Welding ............11
                                    Computers in Spanish
                                                                                                          Introduction to Pipe Welding and
                                      Computación para Principiantes
                                    NEW
                                                                                                          Blueprint Reading ......................................11
                                    en Español ....................................................7

                                                                                                           Public Water Works Courses
                                     OFF-CAMPUS COMPUTER CLASSES
                                     Crenshaw Campus – Pt. Bolivar                                       NEW  Basic Wastewater Operations .................12
                                                                                                         N EW Wastewater Collection ...........................12
                                     Basic Computer Skills for Beginners I ........7
                                     Basic Computer Skills for Beginners II .......7                     NEW Wastewater Treatments ..........................12

                                    NEW Excel XP - Introduction ...........................8
                                                                                                          Automotive Classes
                                    Desktop Publishing Class                                              Brake Systems and Steering &
                                    Photoshop 6.0-Intro to Desktop Publishing .8                          Suspension ................................................12
                                                                                                          Diesel Engine I ..........................................12

                                    Hardware Classes
                                    Intro to PC Operating Systems ....................8                           LANGUAGE INSTITUTE
                                    Personal Computer Hardware ......................8                    Spanish I: Conversational ..........................12
                                                                                                          Spanish II: Conversational .........................12
                                                                                                          ESL – Communication Skills
                                    Keyboarding Classes
                                                                                                          for the Workplace .......................................12
                                    Introduction to Keyboarding ........................8
                                                                                                          Command Spanish .....................................12
                                    Beginning Keyboarding ...............................8
                                    Intermediate Keyboarding............................8
                                                                                                                      LEISURE INSTITUTE
                                                                                                          Art Classes
                                    Personal Interest Computer Classes
                                                                                                          Introduction to Basic Drawing & Painting 13
                                    E-bay, Introduction ......................................8
                                                                                                          Watercolor Painting....................................13
                                    E-bay, Basics of Buying/Selling ..................8
                                    Prepare, Preserve & Store for your Vital
                                    Documents – Computer Scanning ...............8                        Dance Classes
                                    Precious Memories – Virtual Scrap-booking                             Country Western Dance- Introductory .......13
                                    – Computer Scanning...................................9               Cardio Hip Hop ..........................................13
                                                                                                          Shape and Tone Yoga Ballet .......................13



      2	                                                                                               Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule
 Food Classes                                                         Music Classes
NEW  Energizing – Healthier Breakfasts .........13                    Choir ..........................................................17
N EW Healthier/Lighter/Cooking for One........13                      Piano – Beginning ......................................17




                                                                                                                                           2007 CONtINuING eduCatION lIStING
NEW Healthier/Sugar Free Fare ......................13
NEW Sushi .......................................................13   Special Interest Classes
                                                                      NEWIntroduction to Digital Cameras
Desserts, Delicious Desserts                                          for Seniors ..................................................17
Cheesecake 101 ..........................................13           Introduction to Star Gazing for Seniors .....17
Old Fashioned Pies and Tarts .....................13
                                                                                  MEDICAL INSTITUTE
Home                                                                  Nurse Assistant...........................................17
Home Repair 101 .......................................13             Medication Administration ........................17
                                                                      Medication Aide Professional Dev. ............18
Music                                                                 Dental Assisting .........................................18
Choir ..........................................................14    EKG Technician .........................................18
Piano for Young People - Beginning ..........14                       Pharmacy Technician Certification ............18
                                                                      Medical Record Coding Certificate ...........18
Physical Education
Aerobics .....................................................14      INDIVIDUAL MEDICAL CLASSES
Cardio Hip Hop ..........................................14           CPR for Health Care Provider ...................19
Introduction to Cycling ..............................14              American Heart First Aid ...........................19
Shape and Tone Yoga Ballet .......................14                  Medical Coding..........................................19
Indoor Soccer I...........................................14          Advanced Medical Coding.........................19
Weight Training..........................................14           Medical Insurance ......................................19
                                                                      Anatomy & Physiology for Medical
Special Interests Classes                                               Assistants................................................19
Dog Obedience - Basic ..............................14                Medical Terminology .................................19
How to Buy and Use a Digital Camera ......14
Intro to Star Gazing....................................14
                                                                                OFFICE TECHNOLOGY
Motorcycle Safety ......................................14
Experienced Rider Course .........................15
                                                                                     INSTITUTE
                                                                        Administrative Assistant Certificate.......20
                                                                      NEW
                                                                      Office Assistant Fast-Track ........................20
      Programs & Activities for
      Learning Seniors (P.A.L.S.)                                                PROFESSIONAL
 Art Classes
 Introduction to Basic Drawing                                               DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE
 & Painting ..................................................15      NEW   GRE Test Prep Program .........................20
NEW Ceramics ................................................15
 Watercolor Painting....................................15                    REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE
                                                                      Real Estate Principles I ..............................21
Computer Classes                                                      Real Estate Principles II .............................21
Microcomputers & Windows - Intro ..........15                         Real Estate Contracts .................................21
Microcomputers & Windows                                              Law of Agency ..........................................21
Intermediate ...............................................16        Real Estate Finance ....................................21
Basic Internet .............................................16        Law of Agency ...........................................21
Prepare, Preserve & Store for your Vital                              Fundamentals of Environmental Issues .....21
   Documents – Computer Scanning ........16                           Real Estate Marketing ................................22
Precious Memories – Virtual Scrap-booking                             Real Estate Investment ...............................22
   Computer Scanning................................16
                                                                                 SECURITY TRAINING
Cooking Classes                                                                      INSTITUTE
NEW Energizing – Healthier Breakfasts ........16                      Security Officer Training ...........................22
NEW Healthier/Lighter/Cooking for One.......16
NEW Healthier/Sugar Free Fare .....................16                 Professional Development
NEW Sushi ......................................................16    Security Officer Requalification.................22
                                                                      Managers Requalification ..........................22
Dance & Exercise Classes
NEW
  Ballroom Dance for Seniors...................16
                                                                      OFFICE PRODUCTIVITY CENTER
Country Western Dance- Introductory .......16
                                                                      ON-LINE TRAINING COURSES
Aerobics .....................................................16      Ed2go Classes ............................................24
Cardio Hip Hop ..........................................16
Cycling for Seniors ....................................16
Weight Training..........................................17


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2007 CONtINuING eduCatION
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                            ANNOUNCING LEADERSHIP GALVESTON SPRING 2007
                            The Leadership Galveston program was revived during 1995 as a project of Galveston College's
                            Leadership Institute in partnership with the Galveston Chamber of Commerce. The Leadership
                            Galveston members now boast over 300 former graduates of diverse backgrounds and experi-
                            ences that studied the social and economic aspects of Galveston in previous leadership classes
                            between 1984-1990 and 1995 - 2005.
                               The purpose of Leadership Galveston is to develop leaders by providing an educational pro-
                            gram on the needs, challenges, and service learning opportunities in the City of Galveston and to
                            provide motivation for the leadership candidates to become involved in Galveston's future.
                            Its objectives are to: (1) acquaint participants with Galveston's history, government, economy
                            and resources along with the problems and challenges facing the City; (2) offer participants the
                            opportunity to meet and develop working relationships with current leaders and decision makers;
                            and (3) encourage program participants to actively become involved in community leadership
                            roles.
                               Acceptance in the program is based upon potential leadership skills, involvement in commu-
                            nity affairs and concern for the future of Galveston. As civic, business and government leaders
                            tackle current issues, a new generation of leadership is training to overcome the obstacles that
                            face Galveston and those that will arise in the coming years. Leadership Galveston is a training
                            ground, providing participants with the necessary skills to meet the challenges.


                                                the leadership Galveston Spring 2007
                                                         dates are Fridays,

                                                      February 9, February 23, March 9,
                                                           March 23, april 13 and
                                                                   april 27.
                                                        the cost is $325.00 per registrant.

                                 For more information call Joe huff, director of Public affairs
                                     and Galveston College Foundation at (409) 944-1302
                                                   or email jhuff@gc.edu.

    4	                                                                                             Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule
                                                                                                              2007 SPRNG CONtINuING eduCatION
 BuSINeSS
 aNd FINaNCIal
 INStItute
Bank Teller (BNKG 1004)                                FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT FOR
In this course, students will develop the necessary
skills to operate a teller window. The course
                                                           BUSINESS CERTIFICATE
includes customer service, bank security,              Small Business Record
practical knowledge of teller equipment, and bank
regulations. No textbook required.
                                                       Keeping (BUSG 1020)
                                                       An overview of the financial records needed for an
Hours: 24        Cost: $110           Room: TBA        effective record keeping system and information
2000             Feb 5-28             MW               necessary for controlling and processing cash
                 5:30-8:30 pm         Smith            receipts. No textbook required.
3000             Apr 2-25             MW               Hours: 8        Cost: $ 40          Room: TBA
                 5:30-8:30 pm         Smith            3003            Mar 6-29            TR
                                                                       6:00-8:00 pm        L. Ellis
  BOOKKEEPER/ACCOUNTING
     CLERK CERTIFICATE                                 Tax Info for the Small
A comprehensive bookkeeping program that
provides students with the knowledge needed in any
                                                       Business (BUSG 1021)
                                                       Addresses federal, state and local taxes paid by
business office. The following three courses must      business, tax advantages/disadvantages, inventory
be completed for this certificate.                     accounting, purchase versus lease, depreciation
                                                       methods, and trade/business expenses. Seminar
Beginning Keyboarding                                  also focuses on sole proprietor tax. No textbook
(POFT 1029/POFT 1329)                                  required.
Students will be taught skill development in the       Hours: 8        Cost: $ 40            Room: TBA
operation of the keyboard by touch applying proper     2006            Feb 6-15              TR
keyboarding techniques. Emphasis on development                        6:00-8:00 pm          L Ellis
of acceptable speed and accuracy levels and format-
ting basic documents. Textbooks required.
Hours: 80        Cost: $252          Room: N-311
                                                         ROADMAP TO QUICKBOOKS
2003             Jan 16-May 10       TR
                                                       SUGGESTED CLASSES TO TAKE
                 2:00-4:20 pm        Eliaz
                                                       BEFORE QUiCKBOOKS:
2004             Jan 17-May 9        MW
                                                       1. introduction to Accounting for the non-
                 5:30-7:50 pm        Staff
                                                          Accountant (ACnT 1002)
                 LAB                 TBA
                                                       2. introduction to Microcomputers and
                 TBA                 Staff
                                                          Windows (iTSC 1010)
2005             Jan 16-May 10       TBA
                                                       3. introduction to Excel xP (iTSW 1022)
                 Internet*           Thompson
                                                       4. QuickBooks i (iTSW 1046)
* All Internet students must attend orientation.
Contact Kara Thompson at kthompso@gc.edu.
                                                       Introduction to Accounting
Excel xP - Introduction                                for the Non-Accountant
(ITSW 1022)                                            For business managers, owners, and non-accounting
This course provides instruction in the use of an      professionals. This course is designed to give
electronic spreadsheet. Students learn fundamentals    a basic understanding of accounting concepts,
such as terminology, machine use, program param-       including accounts payable, accounts receivable
eters, display characteristics, formatting features,   and their relationship to financial statements. No
mathematical functions, and printing.                  textbook required.
No textbook required.                                  Hours: 8         $40                   Room: TBA
Hours: 16       Cost: $ 70             Room: TBA       2007             Jan 23-Feb 1          TR
3001            Feb 27-Mar 29          TR                               6:00-8:00 pm          L Ellis
                6:00-8:00 pm           Jones           3004             Feb 24-Mar 3          S
3002            Mar 24-Apr 21          S                                9:00am-1:00 pm        L Ellis
                9:00-1:00 pm           K Ellis
                                                       Introduction to Microcomput-
Introduction to Accounting                             ers and Windows (ITSC 1010)
(ACNT 1003/ACNT 1303)                                  This hands-on course is designed for those who
A study of analyzing, classifying, and recording       know absolutely nothing about computers. You
business transactions in a manual and computer-        learn basic functions, terminology, use of the mouse
ized environment. Emphasis on understanding the        and work with Windows. Students review software
complete account cycle and preparing financial         in word processing, spreadsheets, databases and a
statements, bank reconciliations, and payroll.         presentation program. No textbook required.
Textbooks required.                                    Hours: 12       $60                  Room: TBA
Hours: 48      Cost: $ 228           Room: TBA         2008            Feb3-24              S
2001           Jan 16-May 10         TR                                9:00-12:00 pm        K Ellis
               8:00-9:15 am          Sevier            2009            Feb 6-22             TR
2002           Jan 16-May 7          T                                 6:00-8:00 pm         Gourley
               7:00-9:45 pm          Glaeser           3005            May 1-17             TR
                                                                       6:00-8:00 pm         Gourley

Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule	                                                                                      5
                                   Introduction to Excel xP                                  Introduction to Grant Writing
2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION   (ITSW 1022)
                                   Instruction in moving and copying, cell contents;
                                   sorting mathematical, statistical, and financial
                                                                                             (ETWR 1000)
                                                                                             Details the components of a typical grant
                                                                                             proposal. Includes foundation research, how to
                                   functions; date and time arithmetic; report               effectively write a cover letter, the importance of
                                   generation; and built-in graphics support. No             needs assessments, and evaluations. Emphasizes
                                   textbook required.                                        presenting an organization’s problem statement in a
                                   Hours: 16       Cost: $ 70            Room: TBA           clear concise manner. No textbook required.
                                   3001            Feb 27-Mar 29         TR                  Hours: 7        Cost: $ 35              Room: TBA
                                                   6:00-8:00 pm          Jones               2013            Feb 10                  S
                                   3002            Mar 24-Apr 21         S                                   9:00 am-5:00 pm Quintero
                                                   9:00-1:00 pm          K Ellis
                                                                                             Advanced Grant Writing
                                   QuickBooks I (ITSW 1046)                                  (ETWR 1000)
                                   Student will learn to identify procedures to              Continuation from the Introductory class.
                                   complete a computerized accounting cycle; perform         Complete a grant application and prepare a clear
                                   initial installation and start-up procedures; record,     grant proposal. No textbook required.
                                   key, and correct journal entries; perform adjusting       Hours: 14      Cost: $ 70           Room: TBA
                                   and closing procedures; and display and print             3009           Feb 24-Mar 3         S
                                   reports and financial statements. Knowledge                              9:00 am-5:00 pm      Quintero
                                   of computer use and Excel required. Textbook
                                   Required.                                                   Galveston County Small
                                   Hours: 14         $90                  Room: TBA
                                   2010              Feb 6-15             TR                 Business Development Center
                                                     6:00-9:30 pm         K Ellis                 Business Classes at
                                   3006              Apr 3-12             TR                      Galveston College
                                                     6:00-9:30 pm         K Ellis             The following classes are available at Galveston
                                   3007              May 5-26             S                  College. The Galveston County Small Business
                                                     9:00 am-12:30 pm K Ellis                Development Center offers free business counseling
                                                                                             and is located at 8419 Emmett F. Lowery
                                     Individual Business Classes                             Expressway, Texas City. For information on the
                                                                                             services of the Small Business Development Center,
                                   Introduction to Accounting                                call 409-933-1414.
                                   (ACNT 1003/ACNT 1302)                                     Start Up Checklist
                                   A study of analyzing, classifying, and recording          Overview of what it takes to start a business and
                                   business transactions in a manual and computerized        introduction to the six areas of management, and
                                   environment. Emphasis on understanding the                legal requirements. You will come away with a
                                   complete account cycle and preparing financial            clear checklist of what it will take to open your new
                                   statements, bank reconciliations, and payroll.            business. No textbook required.
                                   Textbooks required.                                       Hours: 3        Cost: $35              Room: TBA
                                   Hours: 48      Cost: $ 228           Room: TBA            2014            Jan 25                 R
                                   2001           Jan 16-May 10         TR                                   6:00-9:00 pm           Moore
                                                  8:00-9:15 am          Sevier               3010            Apr 26                 R
                                   2002           Jan 16-May 7          T                                    6:00-9:00 pm           Moore
                                                  7:00-9:45 pm          Glaeser
                                                                                             Business Plan Pro
                                   Business English                                          This class guides you through the features of
                                   (POFT 1001/POFT 1301)                                     Business Plan Pro, to create financial projections
                                   Introduction to a practical application of                that will become a roadmap to making your
                                   basic language usage skills with emphasis on              business thrive. You will learn what you will need
                                   fundamentals of writing and editing for business.         to do to complete a plan for internal use, or to get
                                   Textbooks required.                                       a loan. Class includes a copy of Business Plan Pro
                                   Hours: 48       Cost: $228            Room: N-307         2007 for you to keep.
                                   2011            Jan 17-May 9          MW                  Hours: 3        Cost: $119            Room: TBA
                                                   11:00am-12:20 pm Eliaz                    2015            Feb 8                 R
                                                                                                             6:00-9:00 pm          Moore
                                   Introduction to Technical                                 3011            Mar 8                 R
                                   Writing I (ETWR 1043)                                                     6:00-9:00 pm          Moore
                                   In this course, students will learn grammar,              How to Get a Business Loan
                                   composition, writing and editing principles that          Types of loans, sources of loans, down payment
                                   are applicable to scientific, technical and business      requirements, documentation requirements and
                                   papers. Topics include sentences, organization of         collateral; alternative sources of funding are
                                   ideas, editing for correctness, unity and coherence,      all covered in this loan survey class. Materials
                                   pre-writing, outlining, and revising; and developing      provided.
                                   a paragraph.                                              Hours: 3         Cost: $35             Room: TBA
                                   Textbook required.                                        2016             Feb 22                R
                                   Hours: 30        Cost: $130            Room: TBA                           6:00-9:00 pm          Moore
                                   2012             Feb 5-Mar 7           MW                 3012             May 3                 R
                                                    5:30-8:30 pm          McDonald                            6:00-9:00 pm          Moore
                                   Introduction to Public                                    Advantages of Corporations
                                   Speaking (POFT 1002)                                      and LLC’s
                                   Learn effective techniques to improve presentation        The right business structure can reduce liability and
                                   and public speaking skills. The class covers              save you thousands of dollars in taxes. This class
                                   content, voice, body language, and use of visual          will show you how and why. No textbook required.
                                   aids. Textbook Required.                                  Hours: 3       Cost: $35             Room: TBA
                                   Hours: 15       Cost: $70           Room: TBA             3013           Mar 29                R
                                   3008            Mar 5-Apr 11        MW                                   6:00-9:00 pm          Moore
                                                   7:00-8:30 pm        Fuson

      6	                                                                                   Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule
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Basic Computer Skills Classes                          NEWCOMPUTERS IN SPANISH
Basic Internet (ITNW 1007)                             Computación para
Introduction to the Internet including E-mail, home    Principiantes en Español
page, and how to perform basic research to address
your needs. E-mail is a great way to keep in touch
                                                       (ITSC 1010)
                                                       Computación para Principiantes Nivel del Curso:
with everyone. No textbook required.
                                                       Introducción
Hours: 12       Cost: $ 60            Room: TBA
                                                       Descripción del Curso: Sistemas de computación y
3015            Apr 10-26             TR
                                                       sus usos en las comunidades de negocios de hoy en
                3:00-5:00 pm          Gourley
                                                       día Resultados del Aprendizaje: Descripción de los
Microcomputers and Windows                             componentes de un sistema típico de computación;
                                                       descripción de como las computadoras son usadas
- Intro (ITSC 1010)                                    en el ambiente de los negocios de hoy en día; y
This hands-on course is designed for those who
                                                       una revision de la productividad de la serie de
know absolutely nothing about computers. You
                                                       programas (procesador de documentos, hoja de
learn basic functions, terminology, use of the mouse
                                                       balance, y base de datos).
and work with Windows. Students review software
                                                       Hours: 10       Cost: $ 50           Room: TBA
in word processing, spreadsheets, databases and
                                                       2019            Feb 3-Mar 3          S
a presentation program, a visit to the World Wide
                                                                       9:00 -11:00 am       Bond
Web and sending e-mail is included. No textbook
                                                       3017            Apr 2-16             MW
required.
                                                                       6:00-8:00 pm         Bond
Hours: 12       $60                   Room: TBA
2008            Feb3-24               S                   OFF-CAMPUS COMPUTER
2009
                9:00-12:00 pm
                Feb 6-22
                                      K Ellis
                                      TR
                                                                 CLASSES
                6:00-8:00 pm          Gourley          Basic Computer Skills for
3005            May 1-17              TR               Beginners Part I (ITSC 1010)
                6:00-8:00 pm          Gourley          Crenshaw School Campus – Pt. Bolivar
                                                       This hands on course will explain the difference
Microcomputers and Windows                             between hardware, software and networks and
Intermediate (ITSC 1050)                               include classes on: Configuring your PC, setting up
A study of smart commands, setting system              and saving files, how to “surf” the internet and how
defaults, hooking up modems, using packaged            to send and receive e-mail. No textbook required.
system products, fine tuning the system, RAM           Hours: 9        Cost: $ 55            *Port Bolivar
disk, virtual memory, cache memory. Students will      2021            Feb 1-Mar 8           R
learn word processing, spreadsheets, databases and                     5:30-7:00 pm          Gibson
a presentation program, a visit to the World Wide      *Crenshaw School
Web and sending e-mail is included. No textbook
required.                                              Basic Computer Skills for
Hours: 12       Cost: $ 60            Room: TBA        Beginners Part II (ITSC 1012)
3016            Mar 6-29              TR               Crenshaw School Campus – Pt. Bolivar
                3:00-5:00 pm          Gourley          This hands on course is for the user that has some
                                                       basic computer/PC knowledge. Students that have
                                                       completed the Basic Computer Skills for Beginners
                                                       Part I can continue their education with more
      visit us on the web at                           advanced class. No textbook required.
                                                       Hours: 9        Cost: $ 55            *Port Bolivar

     www.gc.edu                                        3018

                                                       *Crenshaw School
                                                                       Mar 29-May 3
                                                                       5:30-7:00 pm
                                                                                             R
                                                                                             Gibson



Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule	                                                                                        7
                                   *Excel xP - Introduction                                 Beginning Keyboarding
2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION   (ITSW 1022)
                                   Crenshaw School Campus – Pt. Bolivar
                                   This course provides instruction in the use of an
                                                                                            (POFT 1029/POFT 1329)
                                                                                            Students will be taught skill development in the
                                                                                            operation of the keyboard by touch applying proper
                                   electronic spreadsheet. Students learn fundamentals      keyboarding techniques. Emphasis on development
                                   such as terminology, machine use, program                of acceptable speed and accuracy levels and
                                   parameters, display characteristics, formatting          formatting basic documents. Textbooks required.
                                   features, mathematical functions, and printing.          Hours: 80       Cost: $252           Room: N-311
                                   No textbook required.                                    2003            Jan 16-May 10        TR
                                   Hours: 16       Cost: $ 70            *Port Bolivar                      2:00-4:20 pm         Eliaz
                                   2113            Jan 31-Mar 27         T                  2004            Jan 17-May 9         MW
                                                   6:00-8:00 pm          Gibson                             5:30-7:20 pm         Staff
                                   *Crenshaw School                                                         LAB                  TBA
                                                                                                            TBA                  Staff
                                                                                            2005            Jan 16-May 10        TBA
                                    DESKTOP PUBLISHING CLASS                                                Internet             Thompson
                                                                                            Intermediate Keyboarding
                                   Photoshop 6.0 – Intro to                                 (POFT 2001/POFT 2301)
                                   Desktop Publishing                                       A continuation of keyboarding skills in document
                                   (GRPH 1002)                                              formatting, emphasizing speed, and accuracy.
                                   Adobe Photoshop 6.0 software introduces the next         Emphasis on proofreading, editing, and following
                                   generation of image editing with powerful new            instructions, and keying documents from various
                                   features that offer something for every user. Learn      copy. Prerequisites: POFT 1029 or 1329.
                                   image editing software, graphic and website design,      Textbooks required.
                                   photography and collage, pre-press, and more.            Hours:80        Cost: $252          Room: N-310
                                   Easily combine crisp, resolution-independent type        2026            Jan 16-May 10       TR
                                   with pixel-based images. Photoshop's time-saving                         9:30-10:50 am       Eliaz
                                   features help you break new ground and still beat        2027            Jan 16-May 10       TBA
                                   your deadlines. No textbook required.                                    Internet*           Thompson
                                   Hours: 16       Cost: $70            Room: TBA           * All POFT 1027, 1029, POFT 2001 internet
                                   3019            Mar 3-Apr 14         S                   students must attend orientation. Contact Kara
                                                   8:00am-12:00pm       Staff               Thompson at kthompso@gc.edu.


                                           HARDWARE CLASSES                                         PERSONAL INTEREST
                                                                                                    COMPUTER CLASSES
                                   Introduction to PC Operating
                                   Systems (ITSC 1005/ITSC 1305)                            E-bay, Introduction
                                   A study of personal computer operating systems.          This course is a basic overview and understanding
                                   Topics include installation and configuration, file      of on-line auctioning. This training will help you to
                                   management, memory and storage management,               understand on-line auctioning on E-bay. Have fun
                                   control of peripheral devices, and use of utilities.     learning the tips, common tasks and general points
                                   Textbooks required.                                      of how to buy and sell on e-bay. No Textbook
                                   Hours: 64       Cost: $ 252          Room: R-376         required.
                                   2022            Jan 16-May 10        T                   Hours:10        Cost: $ 40            Room: TBA
                                                   6:00-7:20 pm         Khan                2028            Jan 23-Feb 21         TW
                                                   LAB                  T                                   6:00-7:00 pm          Staff
                                                   7:30-9:20 pm         Khan
                                                                                            E-bay, Basics of Buying/Selling
                                   Personal Computer Hardware                               Find out everything that you need to know about
                                   (ITSC 1025/ITSC 1325)                                    buying or selling your goods on-line. Discover
                                   A study of current personal computer hardware            effective searching, browsing and editing skills on
                                   including personal computer assembly and                 E-Bay. Gain knowledge on how to research, price
                                   upgrading, setup and configuration, and                  and ship items successfully. Learn all the “ins &
                                   troubleshooting. Textbooks required.                     outs” of E-bay. No Textbook required.
                                   Hours: 64      Cost: $ 252          Room: R-376          Hours:10        Cost: $ 40          Room: TBA
                                   2023           Jan 18-May 10        R                    2029            Jan 23-Feb 21       TW
                                                  5:30-7:20 pm         Khan                                 7:00-8:00 pm        Staff
                                                  LAB                  R                    Prepare, Preserve & Store for
                                                  7:30-9:20 pm         Khan
                                   nOTE: Students must sign up for both iTSC                Your Vital Documents
                                   1005 and 1025. They cannot be taken separately.          Computer Scanning
                                                                                            Grab all your important documents and learn how to
                                                                                            electronically preserve these critical items. Critical
                                        KEYBOARDING CLASSES                                 items such as: insurance papers, birth certificates
                                                                                            and wills, etc. Develop an understanding of ways to
                                   Introduction to Keyboarding                              electronically scan valuable records. In this course,
                                                                                            you’ll utilize methods on how to properly file and
                                   (POFT 1027/POFT 1227)                                    store scanned images. No Textbook required.
                                   Skill development in keyboarding with emphasis           Hours: 10       Cost: $ 40             Room: TBA
                                   on alphabet, number, and symbol keys by touch.           2030            Jan 22-Feb 19          M
                                   Textbooks required.                                                      6:00-8:00 pm           Staff
                                   Hours: 48      Cost: $252         Room: N-311
                                   2024           Jan 17-May 9       MW
                                                  5:30-6:50 pm       Brigley
                                   2025           Jan 16-May 10      TBA
                                                  Internet*          Thompson


      8	                                                                                  Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule
Precious Memories – Virtual                              Excel xP - Introduction




                                                                                                                2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
Scrap-booking Computer                                   (ITSW 1022)
Scanning                                                 This course provides instruction in the use of an
                                                         electronic spreadsheet. Students learn fundamentals
Make an electronic scrapbook of your past & future
                                                         such as terminology, machine use, program
precious memories. Learn how to preserve all
                                                         parameters, display characteristics, formatting
your childhood, graduation, wedding, anniversary
                                                         features, mathematical functions, and printing. No
and reunion snapshots. Gain knowledge of
                                                         Textbook required.
effectively scanning images, filing and storing
                                                         Hours: 16       Cost: $ 70            Room: TBA
treasured photos. Capture and electronically build a
                                                         3001            Feb 27-Mar 29         TR
scrapbook of digital images that will last a lifetime.
                                                                         6:00-8:00 pm          Jones
No Textbook required.
                                                         3002            Mar 24-Apr 21         S
Hours: 10       Cost: $40            Room: TBA
                                                                         9:00-1:00 pm          K Ellis
2031            Jan 25-Feb 22        R
                6:00-8:00 pm         Staff               Excel xP - Intermediate
                                                         (ITSW 1046)
         SOFTWARE CLASSES                                This course provides instruction in moving and
                                                         copying, cell contents; sorting mathematical,
                                                         statistical, and financial functions; date and time
Integrated Software I -                                  arithmetic; report generation; and built-in graphics
xP Office (ITSC 1009/ITSC 1309)                          support. Student will be able to create and design
Integration of applications from popular business        macros; utilize database features; apply data
productivity software suites. Instruction in             analysis features; and utilize linked worksheets. No
embedding data, linking and combining documents          Textbook required.
using word processing, spreadsheets, databases,          Hours: 16         Cost: $ 70           Room: TBA
and/or presentation media software. Textbooks            3024              Apr 14-May 5         S
required.                                                                  8:00am-12:00 pm K Ellis
Hours: 64
2032
                Cost: $252
                Jan 17-May 9
                                     Room: N-311
                                     MW
                                                         PowerPoint xP - Introduction
                9:00-10:50 am        Eliaz               (ITSW 1037)
2033            Jan 16-May 10        TBA                 This hands-on course explores how to create and
                Internet             Thompson            edit slide presentations using this presentation
* All ITSC 1009 internet students must attend            graphics program. This is a must for teachers and
orientation. Contact Kara Thompson at                    anybody who makes presentations to others. No
kthompso@gc.edu.                                         Textbook required.
                                                         Hours: 16       Cost: $ 70             Room: TBA
Integrated Software II -                                 2036            Feb 3-24               S
xP Office (ITSC 2021/ITSC 2321)                                          8:00-am-12:00 pm Staff
Continued study of computer applications from
business productivity software suites. Instruction in
                                                         PowerPoint xP - Intermediate
embedding data, linking and combining documents          (ITSW 1041)
using word processing, spreadsheets, databases,          This hands-on course explores how to create and
and/or presentation media software. Textbooks            edit slide presentations using this presentation
required.                                                graphics program. This is a must for teachers and
Hours: 64      Cost: $252            Room: N-311         anybody who makes presentations to others. No
2034           Jan 17-May 9          MW                  Textbook required.
               9:00-10:50 am         Eliaz               Hours: 16       Cost: $ 70             Room: TBA
2035           Jan 16-May 10         TBA                 3025            Apr 7-28               S
               Internet              Thompson                            8:00 am-12:00 pm Staff

Access xP - Introduction                                 Word xP - Introduction
(ITSW 1053)                                              (POFI 1024)
This course provides instruction in program              This class provides an Introduction to word
parameters, data dictionary, optional field              processing terminology, editing functions,
characteristics, calculation, constant default values,   formatting, and special text options. Students will
designing data entry forms, database organization        be able to create, format, and edit basic business
and report generation. Students will learn to design     documents. No Textbook required.
a database. Emphasis is on database concepts,            Hours: 16       Cost: $ 70            Room: TBA
design, data entry, sorting information and running      2037            Feb 5-28              S
reports. No Textbook required.                                           8:00 am-12:00 pm Staff
Hours: 16        Cost: $ 70            Room: TBA         3022            Apr 2-25              MW
3020             Mar 3-31              S                                 6:00-8:00 pm          Staff
                 8:00 am-12:00 pm Corbin                 QuickBooks – Introduction
Access xP - Intermediate                                 (ITSW 1046)
(ITSW 1055)                                              In this course, students will learn moving and
The course provides instruction in data validation,      copying, cell contents; sorting mathematical,
data manipulation, browsing through records,             statistical, and financial functions; date and time
records selection and query, indexing, and sorting.      arithmetic; report generation; and built-in graphics
Students will be able to create and use a data           support. Students will utilize database features;
dictionary; use a standard query language to access      apply data analysis features; and utilize linked
the database; and link multiple files allowing           worksheets. Textbook required. QuickBooks
simultaneous pointers. No Textbook required.             training can be brought to your business.
Hours: 16       Cost: $ 70            Room: TBA          Hours: 14         $90                  Room: TBA
3021            Apr 14-May 5          S                  2010              Feb 6-15             TR
                8:00 am-12:00 pm Corbin                                    6:00-9:30 pm         K Ellis
                                                         3006              Apr 3-12             TR
                                                                           6:00-9:30 pm         K Ellis
                                                         3007              May 5-26             S
                                                                           9:00 am-12:30 pm K Ellis

Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule	                                                                                         9
2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION     CulINaRY
                                     INStItute
                                   Classes consist of lecture and lab. The first hour
                                   of each class is devoted to academics remaining
                                                                                             International Cuisine
                                   instruction occurs in lab (n-116). Students are           (CHEF 1045/CHEF 1445)
                                   expected to have all required supplies for the            The study of classical cooking skills associated
                                   first day of class. We recommend students speak           with the preparation and service of international and
                                   with the Director of Culinary Arts at ext. 304            ethnic cuisines. Topics include similarities between
                                   before enrolling in classes.                              food production systems used in the United States
                                                                                             and other regions of the world. Textbooks and
                                   Basic Food Preparation                                    supplies are required.
                                                                                             Hours: 96       Cost: $288           Room: N-240
                                   (CHEF 1001/CHEF 1401)                                     2041            Jan 16-May 10        MTWR
                                   A study of the fundamental principles of food                             4:30-10:20 pm        Holsapple
                                   preparation and cookery to include Brigade System,
                                   cooking techniques, material handling, heat transfer,     Garde Manger
                                   sanitation, safety, nutrition, and professionalism.       (CHEF 1010/CHEF 1410)
                                   Textbooks and supplies are required.                      A study of specialty foods and garnishes. Emphasis
                                   Hours: 96       Cost: $288             Room: N-240        on design, techniques, and display of fine foods.
                                   2038            Jan 16-May 10          MTWR               Textbooks and supplies are required.
                                                   11:00am-4:50 pm Mendoza                   Hours: 96      Cost: $288           Room: N-240
                                   Saucier (CHEF 2002/CHEF 2402)                             2042           Jan 16-May 10        MTWR
                                   Instruction in the preparation of stocks,                                4:30-10:20 pm        Holsapple
                                   soups, classical sauces, contemporary sauces,
                                   accompaniments, and the pairing of sauces with            American Regional Cuisine
                                   a variety of foods. Textbooks and supplies are            (CHEF 1041/CHEF 1441)
                                   required.                                                 A study of the development of regional cuisine’s in
                                   Hours: 96       Cost: $288            Room: N-240         the United States with emphasis on the similarities
                                   2039            Jan 16-May 10         MTWR                in production and service systems. Applications
                                                   11:00am-4:50 pm Mendoza                   of skills to develop, organize, and build a portfolio
                                   Intermediate Food                                         of recipe strategies and production systems.
                                                                                             Textbooks and supplies are required.
                                   Preparation                                               Hours: 96        Cost: $288           Room: N-240
                                   (CHEF 2001/CHEF 2301)                                     2043             Jan 16-May 10        MTWR
                                   Continuation of previous food preparation course.                          4:30-10:20 pm        Gabel
                                   Topics include the concept of pre-cooked food
                                   items, as well as scratch preparation. Covers full
                                   range of food preparation techniques. Textbooks
                                   and supplies are required.
                                   Hours: 96       Cost: $288            Room: N-240
                                   2040            Jan 16-May 10         MTWR
                                                   11:00am-4:50 pm Mendoza




                                     hOSPItalItY
                                     INStItute
                                   Introduction to Hospitality                               Hospitality Marketing and
                                   Industry (HAMG 1021)                                      Sales (HAMG 2007)
                                   An introduction to the elements of the hospitality        Identification of the core principles of marketing
                                   industry, current issues facing food service;             and their impact on the hospitality industry.
                                   discussion on current guest needs; and explanation        Students will be able to identify and discuss the
                                   of general hotel/motel operations. No Textbook            eight principles of marketing; create and critique
                                   required.                                                 a marketing plan as it relates to an organizational
                                   Hours: 48       Cost: $228            Room: TBA           mission statement and strategy plan; demonstrate
                                   2044            Jan 16-May 10         TR                  successful approaches and techniques to sales.
                                                   6:00-8:00 pm          Mitchell            Textbooks required.
                                   2045            Jan 16-May 10                             Hours: 48       Cost: $228             Room: TBA
                                                   Internet              Mitchell            2046            Jan16-May 10           TR
                                                                                                             6:00-8:00 pm           Mitchell
                                                                                             2047            Jan 16-May 10
                                                                                                             Internet               Mitchell


      10	                                                                                  Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule
Introduction to Hospitality                            TABC Seller/Server Training




                                                                                                              2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
                                                                                                              2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
Customer Service (ITSC 1044)                           This course covers the laws applicable to the
This course explores the process of providing good     sales or service of alcoholic beverages to minors,
customer service. It includes recognition of the       intoxicated persons, and non-members of a private
customer base and identification and fulfillment of    club. The course also teaches techniques to identify
customer needs. Types of customers; identification     these persons and prevent sales to them. Individuals
of customer needs and determine strategy to provide    who successfully complete an approved program
quality customer service is discussed. Students        are issued certificates and licensees. No Textbook
will learn history of Galveston Island. Textbooks      required.
required.                                              Hours: 4        Cost: $ 30             Room: TBA
Hours: 10       Cost: $ 50           Room: TBA         2049            Feb 12                 M
2048            Feb 5-19             MW                                3:00-7:00 pm           Young
                6:00-8:00 pm         Staff             3026            Mar 19                 M
3023            Apr 2-16             MW                                3:00-7:00 pm           Young
                6:00-8:00 pm         Staff             3027            Apr 9                  M
                                                                       3:00-7:00 pm           Young
                                                       3028            May 14                 M
                                                                       3:00-7:00 pm           Young




  INduStRIal
  INStItute
  NEW PROGRAM                                          Introduction to Pipe Welding
                                                       (WLDG 1035)
 NEW
       Welding Technology                              An introduction to welding of pipe using the
                                                       shielded metal arc welding process (SMAW),
       Certificate                                     including electrode selection, equipment setup,
 This 208 hour certificate program provides            oxy-fuel burning, grinding usage and safe shop
 students seeking a career in welding the skills       practices. Emphasis on pipe weld positions 2G and
 necessary to successfully enter the profession.       5G using various electrodes. The course introduces
 Students will learn the basics of oxy-fuel burning,   basic fundamentals of industrial spool sheet
 carbon steel metallurgy, basic industrial spool       drawings for pipe fabrication. Open entry, open
 sheet drawing concepts, welding consumable            exit. Students must wear long sleeve shirt, steel-
 nomenclature, shielding gas nomenclature,             toed boots and cap. No textbook required.
 SMAW and GTAW welding. Once these                     Hours: 80 Cost: $450          Room: Ball High Sch
 fundamentals are acquired, students will              3031        Mar 19-May 2 MTWR
 have learned how to weld plate and pipe joint                     6:00-9:00 pm Hildenbrand
 designs in all positions. Students must wear
 long sleeve shirt, steel-toed boots and cap. No       Introduction to Gas Tungsten
 textbook required.                                    Arc (GTAW) Welding
 The following courses will be taught:                 (WLDG 1034)
 introduction to Welding Fundamentals                  This course is an introduction to the principles
 (WLDG 1021)                                           of gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), setup/use
 introduction to Pipe Welding (WLDG 1035)              of GTAW equipment, welding consumable
 introduction to Gas Tungsten Arc (WLDG                nomenclature, shielding gas nomenclature,
 1034)                                                 grinding tool usage and safety. Welding instruction
 Classes will start Jan. 29-June 20; Monday-           provided in various positions, on carbon steel plate
 Thursday; 6:00-9:00 pm. Tuition is $1,220 and         and pipe joint designs. Students must wear long
 supplies are not included.                            sleeve shirt, steel-toed boots and cap. No textbook
                                                       required.
 Classes are taught at Ball High School.               Hours: 64 Cost: $385           Room: Ball High Sch
                                                       2051          Jan29-Mar 6      MTWR
                                                                     6:00-9:00pm      Hildenbrand
                                                       3032          May14-June 20 MTWR
Introduction to Welding                                              6:00-9:00 pm Hildenbrand
Fundamentals (WLDG 1021)                               Introduction to Pipe Welding
An introduction to the fundamentals of equipment
used in oxy-fuel burning and SMAW welding of           and Blueprint Reading
carbon steel plate, basic nomenclature of              (WLDG 1041)
carbon steel welding consumables, carbon steel         An introduction to welding of pipe using the
metallurgy with welding, grinding and cutting          shielded metal arc welding process (SMAW),
safety emphasized. Open entry, open exit. Students     including electrode selection, equipment setup, and
must wear long sleeve shirt, steel-toed boots and      safe shop practices. Emphasis on weld positions
cap. No textbook required.                             1G and 2G using various electrodes. The course
Hours: 64 Cost: $385          Room: Ball High Sch      also introduces basic fundamentals of blueprint
2050        Jan 29-Mar 6 MTWR                          reading for pipe welds. Open entry, open exit.
            6:00-9:00 pm Hildenbrand                   Students must wear long sleeve shirt, steel-toed
3029        Mar 19-Apr 24 MTWR                         boots and cap. No textbook required.
            6:00-9:00 pm Hildenbrand                   Hours:80 Cost: $450           Room: Ball High Sch
3030        May14-June 20 MTWR                         3033        Mar 19-May 2 MTWR
            6:00-9:00 pm Hildenbrand                               6:00-9:00pm       Hildenbrand


Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule	                                                                                 11
                                             NEW COURSES                                          AUTOMOTIVE CLASSES
2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION        PUBLIC WATER WORKS
                                               COURSES
                                                                                               Brake Systems and Steering
                                                                                               & Suspension
                                                                                               This class covers the theory of operation, and
                                                                                               repair for braking systems and the theory of
                                   NEW Basic Wastewater                                        operation, and repair for steering and suspension,
                                      Operations (EPCT 1025)                                   alignment systems. Diagnosis and service
                                    Information and operational skills needed for              techniques are taught with the use of components
                                    wastewater treatment plants. Textbooks will be             and vehicles. Learning strategies include:
                                    provided.                                                  multimedia presentations, discussion, research,
                                    Hours:20 Cost: $170 Member/                                and lab practice. Actual cars are used for
                                                $210 Non-member          Room: TBA             inspections and identification of important vehicle
                                    2108        Jan 25-26                RF                    maintenance points. No Textbook required.
                                                7:00 am-6:00pm           TBA                   Hours: 24 Cost: $130          Room: Ball High Sch
                                                                                               2052         Jan 30-Feb 22 TR
                                   NEW   Wastewater Collection                                              6:00-9:00 pm Charvoz
                                     (EPCT 2021)                                               3034         Apr 10-May 3 TR
                                    Design and purpose of wastewater system.                                6:00-9:00 pm Charvoz
                                    Includes methods of cleaning/inspecting sewer
                                    lines, repair/construction techniques, on-the-job          Diesel Engine I
                                    safety, toxic and explosive gas detection, size/slope      An introduction to the basic principles of diesel
                                    sewer line detection, flow velocities, and lift            engines and systems. Students will learn the
                                    station operation and maintenance. Textbooks will          history of diesel engines and diesel systems and
                                    be provided.                                               their evolution; demonstrate knowledge of the
                                    Hours:20 Cost: $170 Member/                                basic principles of diesel systems and engines
                                                  $210 Non-member         Room: TBA            and how they function; and utilize precision
                                    2109          Feb 1-2                 RF                   instruments to diagnose and repair basic systems
                                                  7:00 am-6:00pm          TBA                  and engines. No textbook required.
                                   NEW   Wastewater Treatments                                 Hours: 24 Cost: $130
                                                                                               3035         Feb 27-Mar 29 TR
                                                                                                                              Room: Ball High Sch
                                    (EPCT 2050)                                                             6:00-9:00 pm Charvoz
                                    Theory of operations and maintenance of
                                    wastewater treatment. Textbooks will be provided.
                                    Hours:20 Cost: $170 Member/
                                                $210 Non-member       Room: TBA
                                    2110        Feb 8-9               RF
                                                7:00 am-6:00pm        TBA




                                         laNGuaGe
                                         INStItute
                                    ST: Conversational Spanish I                              ESL- Communication Skills for
                                    (SPNL 1091)                                               the Workplace
                                    This course is designed to develop conversational         (COMG 1003)
                                    skills in Spanish and will emphasize the active,          This English as a Second Language course
                                    practical use of Spanish through an interactive           addresses essential listening, speaking, reading,
                                    and personalized learning experience. Based               writing, and computational skills required
                                    on gradual acquisition of useful vocabulary and           by business and industry. Improvement of
                                    material related to everyday life, students will          communications skills as well as study skills related
                                    become familiar with the Spanish-speaking world.          to successful job performance. No Textbooks
                                    Textbook required.                                        required.
                                    Hours:24        Cost: $ 110           Room: TBA           Hours: 10       Cost: $55             Room: TBA
                                    2053            Jan 29-Mar 7          MW                  2055            Jan 27-Feb 24         S
                                                    6:00-8:00 pm          Staff                               10:00am-12:00 pm Staff
                                    2054            Feb 3-Mar 31          S                   3037            Mar 20-Apr 3          TR
                                                    9:00 am-12:00 pm Staff                                    6:00-8:00 pm          Staff

                                    ST: Conversational Spanish II                               COMMAND SPANISH COURSES
                                    (SPNL 1091)                                                    NOW BEING OFFERED
                                                                                              Command Spanish inc. is the country’s leading
                                    This course is an advance conversational Spanish
                                                                                              provider of customized Spanish language and
                                    course. Prerequisite: Conversational Spanish I.
                                                                                              cross-cultural programs and products for non-
                                    Textbook required.
                                                                                              Spanish speakers who interact with Spanish
                                    Hours:24        Cost: $ 110         Room: TBA
                                                                                              speakers in the workplace.
                                    3036            Mar 26-May 2        MW
                                                                                                   Courses are offered in the following areas:
                                                    6:00-8:00 pm        Staff
                                                                                                 Business and Commerce, Hospitality, Medical
                                                                                               and Allied Health, Public Safety and Educational
                                                                                                                   Facilities.
                                                                                                      need more information?
                                                                                                     Call us today! 409-944-1344
      12	                                                                                   Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule
                                                                                                               2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
                                                                                                               2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
  leISuRe
  INStItute
    ART & CRAFT CLASSES                                          FOOD CLASSES
Introduction to Basic Art,                             NEW Energizing – Healthier
Drawing and Painting                                       Breakfasts
Designed for beginners and the more accomplished       Use to running out the door with a pop-tart or a
art student. Step by step lessons in line shape and    breakfast bar? Learn an easier way to cook & eat
color will be done. Acrylic or oil will be used.       breakfast on the run! No textbook required.
Supplies are needed for this class.                    Hours: 12      Cost: $ 100          Room: N-117
Hours: 18       Cost: $ 60            Room: TBA        2060           Jan 27-Mar 3         Sat
2056            Jan 27-Mar 3          S                               9:00-11:00am         Mendoza
                10:00 am-1:00 pm Gariby
                                                       NEW   Healthier/Lighter/Cooking
Watercolor Painting                                          for ONE
Each class session will focus on specific techniques
                                                       Delicious meals that are nutritious and will bring
to help participants develop both technical skills
                                                       everyone back for more, by encouraging healthier
and an understanding of the medium. The aim of
                                                       eating with techniques & scrumptious recipes.
the class is to explore the unique qualities of this
                                                       Learn to cook and preserve foods for one. No
medium: transparency, speed and spontaneity. For
                                                       Textbook required.
the beginner and the more experienced student.
                                                       Hours: 12      Cost: $ 100           Room: N-117
Supplies are needed for this class.
                                                       2061           Jan 27-Mar 3          S
Hours: 18        Cost: $ 60           Room: TBA
                                                                      Noon-2:30pm           Mendoza
3038             Mar 24-May 5         S
                 10:00 am-1:00 pm Gariby               NEW   Healthier/Sugar-Free Fare
                                                       Learn healthier eating recipe techniques using
            DANCE CLASSES                              recipes that are “sugar-free”. Great for a healthier
                                                       lifestyle or just wanting to get back on track! No
                                                       Textbook required.
Country Western Dance -                                Hours: 12         Cost: $ 100          Room: N-117
Introductory                                           2062              Jan 27-Mar 3         S
This is a beginning class for those who are new                          3:00-5:30pm          Mendoza
to dancing, have no experience with Country and
Western dances or need a refresher. Student will
                                                       NEW   Sushi
learn the most popular Country & Western Dances:       For students who would like an introduction to this
two-step and polka. The class will concentrate on      ancient culinary art. No Textbook required.
the two-step and the basics of dance fundamentals.     Hours: 12      Cost: $ 100          Room: N-117
A variety of fun patterns will be taught, including    2063           Jan 27-Mar 3         S
couple and underarm turns, conversation, wraps and                    6:00-7:30pm          Mendoza
side-by-side. Ladies will learn how to spin. No
Textbook required.
                                                               DESSERTS, DELICIOUS
Hours: 10       Cost: $ 40            Room: TBA                     DESSERTS!
2057            Feb 5-Mar 5           M                In these Saturday morning classes, students will
                7:00-9:00 pm          Gilliam          participate in the preparation, smell and taste the
3039            Apr 2-30              M                work in progress and then consume the created
                7:00-9:00 pm          Gilliam          masterpiece. (There are no senior discounts).
Cardio Hip Hop                                         Learn the art of making these favorite creamy
If you are looking for a good cardio workout that      desserts, and serve them with style. No Textbook
works the entire body, this is it! Hip Hop is street   required.
style dancing from New York – free, funky, soulful
expression of movement. Its fun urban dancing that
                                                       Cheesecake 101
                                                       Hours: 3       Cost: $ 40             Room: N-117
gets your heart pumping! Make sure to wear tennis
                                                       2064           Jan 20                 S
shoes. No Textbook required.
                                                                      10:00 am-1:00 pm       Rodriquez
Hours: 14       Cost: : $50           Room: TBA
2020            Jan 23-May 1          T                Old Fashioned Pies and Tarts
                7:00-8:00 pm          Kasper           Hours: 3       Cost: $ 40             Room: N-117
2058            Jan 24-May 2          W                3040           Mar 31                 S
                7:00-8:00 pm          Kasper                          10:00 am-1:00 pm       Rodriquez
Shape and Tone Yoga Ballet
A dynamic fusion of the stretching movements                 HOME CLASSES
of yoga with the graceful control of ballet to tone
and invigorate the body while releasing stress.
                                                       Home Repair 101
                                                       Become a more informed homeowner, learn
The exercises are low-impact, rhythmical, and          important preventive maintenance steps that will
accompanied by soft, relaxing music. Students may      preserve and enhance your home investment.
bring a yoga mat or towel as well as a yoga ball if    Simple tasks undertaken early on can prevent
desired. No Textbook required.                         future costly repairs later. Learn basic homeowner
Hours: 14       Cost: $50            Room: TBA         repair techniques that will ensure a lasting and
2106            Jan 23-May 1         T                 professional repair. If the task at hand requires the
                6:00-7:00 pm         Kasper            work of a professional, learn what to expect from
2059            Jan 24-May 2         W                 contractors that will help you avoid unnecessary
                6:00-7:00 pm         Kasper            expenses later. If you have banging pipes, faucet
                                                       valve leaks, drywall problems and more, then this

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                                   course is a must for you. No Textbook required.            Soccer I: Indoor
2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION   Hours: 3
                                   2065
                                                  Cost: $ 30
                                                  Feb 28
                                                  6:00-9:00 pm
                                                                     Room: TBA
                                                                     W
                                                                     Clement
                                                                                              Hours: 48
                                                                                              2069
                                                                                                             Cost: $219
                                                                                                             Jan 17 – May 9
                                                                                                             11:00-11:50 am
                                                                                                                                   Room: GYM
                                                                                                                                   MWF
                                                                                                                                   Staff

                                                MUSIC CLASSES                                 Weight Training
                                                                                              Hours: 48      Cost: $219            Room: H-106
                                   Choir                                                        2070         Jan 17-May 9          MWF
                                   Open to all singers. Choral literature of a variety of                    9:00-9:50 am          Staff
                                   periods and styles will be rehearsed and performed.
                                   No Textbook required. No Senior Discounts                       SPECIAL INTEREST
                                   Hours: 48       Cost: $35            Room: FA-207
                                   2066            Jan 22-May7          M                     Dog Obedience - Basic
                                                   7:00-9:00 pm         Sharp                 This course includes an overview of basic
                                                                                              obedience (on lead), basic obedience commands,
                                   Piano for Young People -                                   canine psychology, socialization, and solving
                                   Beginning                                                  behavior problems. The class will offer an
                                   Beginning piano class equips students with little or       individual approach to each dog/owner partnership,
                                   no background in music with the basic information          allowing participation of puppies (12 weeks+)
                                   and techniques necessary to read and perform               to dogs of any age. Dogs must have all of their
                                   simple music at the keyboard.                              vaccinations and the vaccination record is
                                   Open to students 6-18 years old. No Textbook               required the first day of class. Only one dog per
                                   required.                                                  student is allowed. Dogs will not attend the first
                                   Hours: 6       Cost: $45            Room: TBA              day of class. No Textbook required.
                                   2067           Jan 20-Feb 24        S                      Hours: 8       Cost: $ 35            Room: TBA
                                                  8:30-9:30 am         Johnson                3043           Mar 3-Apr 21          S
                                   3041           Mar 3-Apr 21         S                                     9:00-10:30 am         Olsen
                                                  8:30-9:30 am         Johnson
                                                                                              How to Buy and Use a Digital
                                       PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                     Camera
                                                                                              A non-darkroom course that explores the
                                   Aerobics                                                   fundamentals and use of digital cameras. Students
                                   Hours: 41      Cost: $170             Room: H-200          will learn the most common tasks, important tips
                                   2068           Jan 19-May 2           MWF                  and exciting features that are found in digital
                                                  8:00-9:00 am           Brody                cameras. Students will also learn how to download
                                                                                              pictures, manipulate the images input text and
                                   Cardio Hip Hop                                             learn about considerations and output options. No
                                   If you are looking for a good cardio workout that          Textbook required. Cameras not provided.
                                   works the entire body, this is it! Hip Hop is street       Hours: 8        Cost: $ 35            Room: TBA
                                   style dancing from New York – free, funky, soulful         3044            Mar 23-30             S
                                   expression of movement. It’s fun urban dancing                             8:00 am-12:00 pm Staff
                                   that gets your heart pumping! Make sure to wear
                                   tennis shoes. No Textbook required.                        Introduction to Star Gazing
                                   Hours: 14       Cost: $50             Room: TBA            It is always thrilling to see real planets, nebulae
                                   2020            Jan 23-May 1          T                    and galaxies in their celestial context. In this
                                                   7:00-8:00 pm          Kasper               class we will explore the night sky, learn about the
                                   2058            Jan 24-May 2          W                    cosmos and operate the equipment necessary to
                                                   7:00-8:00 pm          Kasper               visit planets and deep sky objects visually. The last
                                                                                              class will be an observation night under the stars.
                                   Introduction to Cycling                                    No Textbook required.
                                   While riding a bike is something most learned as           Hours: 14        Cost: $50              Room: TBA
                                   kids, as adults, it seems reasonable that we can           2071             Jan 31-Mar 20          T
                                   just jump on our bike a few times and be ready to                           7:00-9:00 pm           Gilliam
                                   go, right? Wrong! Becoming a competent cyclist
                                   takes a little refresher training and practice to          Motorcycle Safety
                                   develop good riding skills. This class will discuss        The course teaches basic riding skills and proven
                                   the following: bicycle fit and selection, highway          techniques which riders need for safe, enjoyable
                                   laws governing, safety and security, equipment,            street riding. The course is designed for beginning
                                   accessories and clothing, riding technique, riding         riders, but experienced riders will benefit as
                                   in Galveston and resources for riding in adjacent          well. Students fifteen through seventeen years
                                   areas, starting-out and conditioning/training.             old must have a beginner’s license for a car to
                                   The class will conclude with an optional ride in           enroll in the class; and the class is required for
                                   Galveston. No Textbook required.                           this age group to apply for a motorcycle license.
                                    (No Senior Discounts.)                                    For other students, completing the course will
                                   Hours: 6          Cost: $30             Room: TBA          waive the state's requirement for a motorcycle
                                   3042              Mar 24-31             Sat                road test but those students must have some class
                                                     9:00am-12:00pm        Chavarria          of a Texas operator's license. Many insurance
                                                                                              companies give a discount for course completers.
                                   Shape and Tone Yoga Ballet                                 The course is approximately 20 hours long, with
                                   A dynamic fusion of the stretching movements               25% classroom and 75% hands-on training on the
                                   of yoga with the graceful control of ballet to tone        range. Motorcycles are provided. For additional
                                   and invigorate the body while releasing stress.            information call (409) 944-1344 or 944-1347. No
                                   The exercises are low-impact, rhythmical, and              Textbook required. NO SENIOR DISCOUNTS
                                   accompanied by soft, relaxing music. Students may          FOR MOTORCYCLE SAFETY COURSES.
                                   bring a yoga mat or towel as well as a yoga ball if        Student Requirements:
                                   desired. No Textbook required.                             • Must be a licensed motor vehicle operator
                                   Hours: 14       Cost: $50            Room: TBA             • Wear protective clothing (helmet, eye
                                   2106            Jan 23-May 1         T                          protection, long sleeves, long pants, full-
                                                   6:00-7:00 pm         Kasper                     fingered gloves, and over-the-ankle footwear)
                                   2059            Jan 24-May 2         W                     • Bring your own helmets. Loan helmets are
                                                   6:00-7:00 pm         Kasper                     available during the course, if needed. Helmets

      14	                                                                                   Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule
   must be DOT approved and are subject to            3052           May 19-20            SaSu




                                                                                                           2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
                                                                                                           2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
   inspection by the instructors.                                    8:00 am-6:00 pm      Falcon
• Attend 100% of the course and pass the                 *Classes are held at Galveston College on
   written knowledge test and range skill test        Saturdays from 8:00-11:00 a.m. Saturday
• Pay the course registration fee to be officially    afternoons and Sunday classes are held at Ball
   enrolled in the course                             High School Parking Lot.
• Classes are held at Galveston College on
   Saturdays from 8:00-12:30 p.m. Saturday            Experienced RiderCourse
                                                      Even if you've been riding for some time, there's
   afternoons and Sunday classes are held at
                                                      always something new to learn. Increasing
   Ball High School Parking Lot.
                                                      numbers of seasoned riders are flocking to the
Hours: 20      Cost: $180           Room: R-252
                                                      half-day Experienced RiderCourse to hone their
2072           Jan 13-14            SaSu
                                                      skills and fine-tune the mental skills needed for
               8:00 am-6:00 pm      Ruiz
                                                      survival in traffic.
2073           Jan 27-28            SaSu
               8:00 am-6:00 pm      Falcon            You'll discuss with your peers how to balance
2074           Feb 10-11            SaSu              the mental and physical aspects of safe riding,
               8:00 am-6:00 pm      Ruiz              manage risk, increase visibility and optimize your
2075           Feb 24-25            SaSu              lane position. The 'Experienced RiderCourse'
               8:00 am-6:00 pm      Falcon            also covers protective gear, rider responsibility,
3045           Mar 3-4              SaSu              motorcycle inspection and care, the effects of
               8:00 am-6:00 pm      Ruiz              alcohol and other drugs on riding, and includes an
3046           Mar 25-26            SaSu              optional skill evaluation and knowledge test.
               8:00 am-6:00 pm      Falcon            Using your own motorcycle, you'll put into
3047           Mar 31-Apr 1         SaSu              practice the techniques of managing traction,
               8:00 am-6:00 pm      Ruiz              stopping quickly, cornering and swerving. No
3048           Apr 14-15            SaSu              Textbook required.
               8:00 am-6:00 pm      Falcon            Hours: 5         Cost: $70             Room: TBA
3049           Apr 21-22            SaSu              2107             Feb 17                S
               8:00 am-6:00 pm      Ruiz                               8:00 am-1:00 pm       Falcon
3050           Apr 28-29            SaSu              3053             May 12                S
               8:00 am-6:00 pm      Falcon                             8:00 am-1:00 pm       Falcon
3051           May 5-6              SaSu
               8:00 am-6:00 pm      Ruiz




  PROGRaMS &
  aCtIVIteS FOR
  leaRNING SeNIORS
  (P.a.l.S.)
Our P.A.L.S classes are designed for people 65        Watercolor Painting
years of age and older. Discounts are available       Each class session will focus on specific
for most of the classes listed below. If you have     techniques to help participants develop both
an idea for a class or would like to teach a class,   technical skills and an understanding of the
please give us a call at (409) 944-1344 or 944-       medium. The aim of the class is to explore the
1347.                                                 unique qualities of this medium: transparency,
        ART CLASSES                                   speed and spontaneity. For the beginner and the
                                                      more experienced student. Supplies are needed
Introduction to Basic Art,                            for this class. No Textbook required.
Drawing and Painting                                  Hours: 18
                                                      3038
                                                                       Cost: $ 60
                                                                       Mar 24-May 5
                                                                                           Room: TBA
                                                                                           S
Designed for beginners and the more
accomplished art student. Step by step lessons in                      10:00 am-1:00 pm Gariby
line shape and color will be done. Acrylic or oil
will be used. No Textbook required. Supplies              COMPUTER CLASSES
are needed for this class.
Hours: 18       Cost: $ 60          Room: TBA         Microcomputers and Win-
2056            Jan 27-Mar 3        S                 dows - Intro (ITSC 1010)
                10:00 am-1:00 pm Gariby               This hands-on course is designed for those who
                                                      know absolutely nothing about computers. You
 NEW   Ceramics                                       learn basic functions, terminology, use of the
Everything you need to know in how to clean,          mouse and work with Windows. Students review
paint and fire a beautiful piece of ceramics.         software in word processing, spreadsheets,
Create a beautiful plate or a lighthouse lamp.        databases and a presentation program, a visit
Come and join us and see how creative you can         to the World Wide Web and sending e-mail is
really be - let the imagination flow through your     included. No Textbook required.
hands. Student must provide supplies, supply          Hours: 12       $60                  Room: TBA
list will be provided at registration. No Textbook    2008            Feb3-24              S
required.                                                             9:00-12:00 pm        Ellis
Hours: 12         Cost: $ 70           Room: TBA      2009            Feb 6-22             TR
2076              Jan 26-Mar 2         F                              6:00-8:00 pm         Gourley
                  10:00-12:00          TBA            3005            May 1-17             TR
                                                                      6:00-8:00 pm         Gourley

Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule	                                                                              15
                                   Microcomputers and Win-                                   Hours: 12       Cost: $ 100           Room: N-117

2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION   dows Intermediate (ITSC 1050)
                                   A study of smart commands, setting system
                                   defaults, hooking up modems, using packaged
                                                                                             2062


                                                                                             NEW   Sushi
                                                                                                             Jan 27-Mar 3
                                                                                                             3:00-5:30pm
                                                                                                                                   Sat
                                                                                                                                   Mendoza


                                   system products, fine tuning the system, RAM              For Students who would like an introduction to
                                   disk, virtual memory, cache memory. Students              this ancient culinary art. No Textbook required.
                                   will learn word processing, spreadsheets,                 Hours: 12       Cost: $ 100          Room: N-117
                                   databases and a presentation program, a visit to the      2063            Jan 27-Mar 3         Sat
                                   World Wide Web and sending e-mail is included.                            6:00-7:30pm          Mendoza
                                   No Textbook required.
                                   Hours: 12       Cost: $ 60           Room: TBA
                                   3016            Mar 6-29             TR
                                                                                              DANCE & ExERCISE CLASSES
                                                   3:00-5:00 pm         Gourley
                                                                                             NEW   Ballroom Dance for
                                   Basic Internet (ITNW 1007)                                      Seniors
                                   Introduction to the Internet including E-mail,            This is a class for those who are new to dancing,
                                   home page, and how to perform basic research to           have no experience with ballroom dances or need
                                   address your needs. E-mail is a great way to keep         a refresher. Participants will experience the fun of
                                   in touch with everyone. No Textbook required.             dancing, being with new and old friends. Learn
                                   Hours: 12       Cost: $ 60            Room: TBA           Waltz, Foxtrot, Rumba, Cha-Cha and Swing.
                                   3015            Apr 10-26             TR                  Classes start each month No Textbook required.
                                                   3:00-5:00 pm          Gourley             Hours: 10        Cost: $ 40           Room: TBA
                                   Precious Memories – Virtual                               2111             Feb 5-26             M
                                   Scrap-booking Computer                                    3054
                                                                                                              7:00-9:00 pm
                                                                                                              Mar 5-Apr 2
                                                                                                                                   Parker
                                                                                                                                   M
                                   Scanning                                                                   7:00-9:00 pm         Parker
                                   Make an electronic scrapbook of your past                 3055             Apr 9-30             M
                                   & future precious memories. Learn how                                      7:00-9:00 pm         Parker
                                   to preserve all your childhood, graduation,               3056             May 7-28             M
                                   wedding, anniversary and reunion snapshots.                                7:00-9:00 pm         Parker
                                   Gain knowledge of effectively scanning images,
                                   filing and storing treasured photos. Capture and          Country Western Dance -
                                   electronically build a scrapbook of digital images        Introductory
                                   that will last a lifetime. No Textbook required.          This is a beginning class for those who are new
                                   Hours: 10         Cost: $40          Room: TBA            to dancing, have no experience with Country and
                                   2031              Jan 25-Feb 22      R                    Western dances or need a refresher. Student will
                                                     6:00-8:00 pm       Staff                learn the most popular Country & Western Dances:
                                   Prepare, Preserve & Store for                             two-step and polka. The class will concentrate on
                                   Your Vital Documents                                      the two-step and the basics of dance fundamentals.
                                                                                             A variety of fun patterns will be taught, including
                                   Computer Scanning                                         couple and underarm turns, conversation, wraps
                                   Grab all your important documents and learn               and side-by-side. Ladies will learn how to spin.
                                   how to electronically preserve these critical             No Textbook required.
                                   items. Critical items such as: insurance papers,          Hours: 10       Cost: $ 40            Room: TBA
                                   birth certificates and wills, etc. Develop an             2057            Feb 5-Mar 5           M
                                   understanding of ways to electronically scan                              7:00-9:00 pm          Gilliam
                                   valuable records. In this course, you’ll utilize          3039            Apr 2-30              M
                                   methods on how to properly file and store scanned                         7:00-9:00 pm          Gilliam
                                   images. No Textbook required.
                                   Hours: 10        Cost: $ 40            Room: TBA          Aerobics
                                   2030             Jan 22-Feb 19         M                  Hours: 41       Cost: $170            Room: H-200
                                                    6:00-8:00 pm          Staff              2077            Jan 19-May 2          MWF
                                                                                                             8:00-9:00 am          Brody
                                            COOKING CLASSES                                  Cardio Hip Hop
                                   NEW   Energizing – Healthier                              If you are looking for a good cardio workout that
                                                                                             works the entire body, this is it! Hip Hop is street
                                         Breakfasts                                          style dancing from New York – free, funky, soulful
                                   Use to running out the door with a pop-tart or a
                                                                                             expression of movement. Its fun urban dancing
                                   breakfast bar? Learn an easier way to cook & eat
                                                                                             that gets your heart pumping! Make sure to wear
                                   breakfast on the run! No Textbook required.
                                                                                             tennis shoes. No Textbook required.
                                   Hours: 12      Cost: $ 100          Room: N-117
                                                                                             Hours: 14       Cost: : $50           Room: TBA
                                   2060           Jan 27-Mar 3         Sat
                                                                                             2020            Jan 23-May 1          T
                                                  9:00-11:00am         Mendoza
                                                                                                             7:00-8:00 pm          Kasper
                                   NEW   Healthier/Lighter/Cooking                           2058            Jan 24-May 2          W
                                                                                                             7:00-8:00 pm          Kasper
                                         for ONE
                                   Delicious meals that are nutritious and will bring        Cycling for Seniors
                                   everyone back for more, by encouraging healthier          Becoming a competent cyclist takes a little
                                   eating with techniques & scrumptious recipes.             refresher training and practice to develop good
                                   Learn to cook and preserve foods for one. No              riding skills. This class will discuss the following:
                                   Textbook required.                                        bicycle fit and selection, highway laws governing,
                                   Hours: 12      Cost: $ 100           Room: N-117          safety and security, equipment, accessories and
                                   2061           Jan 27-Mar 3          Sat                  clothing, riding technique, riding in Galveston and
                                                  Noon-2:30pm           Mendoza              resources for riding in adjacent areas, starting-out
                                                                                             and conditioning/training No Textbook required.
                                   NEW   Healthier/Sugar-Free Fare                           no Senior Discounts.
                                   Learn healthier eating recipes techniques using
                                                                                             Hours: 6         Cost: $30              Room: TBA
                                   recipes that are “sugar-free”. Great for a healthier
                                                                                             3057             Apr 20-May 4           F
                                   lifestyle or just wanting to get back on track! No
                                                                                                              9:00-11:00 am          Chavarria
                                   Textbook required.

      16	                                                                                 Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule
Weight Training                                            SPECIAL INTEREST CLASSES




                                                                                                                 2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
                                                                                                                 2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
Hours: 48      Cost: $219             Room: H-106
2070           Jan 17-May 9           MWF                NEW Introduction to Digital
               9:00-9:50 am           Staff                  Cameras for Seniors
                                                         A non-darkroom course that explores the
             MUSIC CLASSES                               fundamentals and use of digital cameras.
                                                         Students will learn the most common tasks,
Choir                                                    important tips and exciting features that are found
Open to all singers. Choral literature of a variety of   in digital cameras. Students will also learn how
periods and styles will be rehearsed and performed.      to download pictures, manipulate the images
No Textbook required. no Senior Discounts.               input text and learn about considerations and
Hours: 48       Cost: $35            Room: FA-207        output options. No Textbook required. Cameras
2066            Jan 22-May 7         M                   not provided.
                7:00-9:00 pm         Sharp               Hours: 8        Cost: $ 35            Room: TBA
                                                         3058            Apr 14-May 5          S
Piano - Beginning                                                        9:00 -11:00 am        Staff
Beginning piano class equips students with little or
no background in music with the basic information        Introduction to Star Gazing
and techniques necessary to read and perform
simple music at the keyboard.
                                                         for Seniors
                                                         It is always thrilling to see real planets, nebulae
No textbook required. no Senior Discounts.               and galaxies in their celestial context. In this
Hours: 6       Cost: $45            Room: TBA            class we will explore the night sky, learn about
2078           Jan 26-Mar 2         F                    the cosmos and operate the equipment necessary
               8:30-9:30 am         Johnson              to visit planets and deep sky objects visually. The
                                                         last class will be an observation night under the
                                                         stars. No Textbook required.
                                                         Hours: 14        Cost: $50              Room: TBA
                                                         3059             Apr 3-May 15           T
                                                                          7:00-9:00 pm           Gilliam




  MedICal
  INStItute
 if you are interested in the nurse Assistant,           NURSE ASSISTANT CLINICAL
 Medication Aide or EMT program the following            (NURA 1060)
 immunization requirements must be completed             A health-related work-based learning experience
 BEFORE enrolling:                                       that enables the student to apply specialized
 •    Complete Hepatitis B immunization series,          occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct
      including the titer test, (takes 7 months to       supervision is provided by the clinical professional.
      complete)                                          Students must enroll concurrently in nurse Aide
 •    Complete Varicella (chicken pox)                   (nURA 1001) to complete the Certified nursing
      immunization – or proof of illness.                Assistant Program. Students MUST wear
 Background check is required. Student must have         burgundy scrubs to clinical.
 a High School Diploma or GED, current Texas iD,         Hours: 24       Cost: $125           Room: *
 and social security card (you will be required to       2080            Feb 12-15            M-F
 furnish a copy of all of the above at registration).                    7:00 am-3:00 pm      Staff
                                                         3061            Mar 28-Apr 2         M-F
                                                                         7:00 am-3:00 pm      Staff
NURSE ASSISTANT (NURA 1001)                              3062            Apr 10-13            M-F
Preparation for entry level nursing assistants to                        7:00 am-3:00 pm      Staff
achieve a level of knowledge, skills, and abilities      *Gulf Health Care, 3702 Cove View - Galveston
essential to provide basic care to residents of
long-term care facilities. Topics include resident’s     MEDICATION AIDE (NURA 1013)
rights, communication, safety, observation,              Instruction in preparation and administration of
reporting and assisting residents in maintaining         designated medications by non-licensed nursing
basic comfort and safety. Emphasis on effective          personnel employed in licensed health care agencies
interaction with members of the health care team.        including the responsibilities associated with such
Students are required to attend a CPR-Level C            administration. You will learn medical abbreviation,
(health care provider) class to be scheduled by the      symbols, terminology and common equivalents
instructor. Students must enroll concurrently in         (apothecary, metric, and household measurements.
nurse Aide Clinical (nURA 1060) to complete              The course fees include the Licensing Exam.
the Certified nursing Assistant Program. The             Textbooks required.
course fee includes certification test, CPR/First Aid    This program prepares you for the Texas
and insurance. Textbook and Uniform (Burgundy            Department of Aging and Disability services
Scrubs) are required. This program prepares you          Medication Aide Licensing Exam.
for the Texas Department of Aging and Disability         PREREQUiSiTE: Background check and
Services nurse Aide Certification Exam.                  student must show proof of High School Diploma
Hours: 86       Cost: $300             Room: N-347       or GED upon registration. Student must be
2079            Jan 29-Feb 9           M-F               employed in a nursing home as a Certified nurse
                8:00 -3:00 pm          Staff             Aide upon registration and throughout the
2081            Feb 19-Mar 27          M-F               program.
                5:30 -9:30 pm          Staff             Hours: 140      Cost: $400            Room: TBA
3060            Mar 19-Apr 9           M-F               2082            Feb-6-May 24          TR
                8:00 -3:00 pm          Staff                             6:00-10:00 p.m.       Hayes

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                                   MEDICATION AIDE                                         Hours: 100    Cost: $ 1799         Room: TBA

2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION   PROFESSIONAL
                                   DEVELOPMENT (NURA 1041)
                                   Intensive training in an identified area(s) to
                                                                                           2085          Feb 20-Apr 26
                                                                                                         6:00-9:30 pm
                                                                                                         *LAB
                                                                                                         9:00 am-3:00 pm
                                                                                                                              TR
                                                                                                                              Staff
                                                                                                                              S

                                   meet continuing education and/or review/up-             *There are 5 Lab Sessions included in the dates
                                   date requirements associated with professional
                                   licensure or certification. This course was             EKG TECHNICIAN (MDCA 1044)
                                   designed to be repeated multiple times to improve       This comprehensive 50-hour EKG Technician
                                   student proficiency. No textbook required.              Certification Program prepares students to
                                   Hours: 7        Cost: $35              Room: TBA        function as EKG Technicians and to take the
                                   2083            Jan 27                 S                American Society of Phlebotomy Technician
                                                   8:00am-4:00 pm         Hayes            (ASPT) - Electrocardiograph (EKG) Technician
                                   2084            Feb 17                 S                exam and other National Certification Exams.
                                                   8:00am-4:00 pm         Hayes            This course will include important practice and
                                   3063            Mar 24                 S                background information on anatomy of the heart
                                                   8:00am-4:00 pm         Hayes            and physiology, medical disease processes,
                                   3064            Apr 21                 S                medical terminology, medical ethics, legal
                                                   8:00am-4:00 pm         Hayes            aspects of patient contact, laboratory assisting,
                                   3065            May 12                 S                electrocardiography and echocardiography.
                                                   8:00am-4:00 pm         Hayes            Additionally, students will practice with equipment
                                                                                           and perform hands on labs including introduction
                                   HEALTH CARE PROGRAMS                                    to the function and proper use of the EKG
                                   Dental Assisting, EKG, Pharmacy Technician              machine, the normal anatomy of the chest wall for
                                   In partnership with Condensed Curriculum                proper lead. Textbooks are included in the tuition.
                                   International, Inc. (CCI), Galveston College            Prerequisites: Students should have taken
                                   Division of Continuing Education is offering a          math and science in high school. High School
                                   variety of Health Care Professional Certification       Diploma or GED is required. Background
                                   training programs. Although the US economy              check is required.
                                   remains sluggish and the overall job market has         Hours: 50       Cost: $999            Room: N-347
                                   not improved, the demand for health care staff          2086            Feb 19-Apr 16         MW
                                   and professionals is growing at a staggering                            6:00-9:30 pm          Staff
                                   rate. These factors have created enormous job
                                   opportunities for individuals trained in leading        PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
                                   health care professions. Available to both              CERTIFICATION (PHRA 1001)
                                   working adults interested in a new career and           This comprehensive 50 hour course will prepare
                                   current health care professionals, these exciting       students to enter the pharmacy field and to take
                                   programs will help students prepare for the             the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s
                                   numerous jobs available to health care staff and        PTCB exam. Technicians work in hospital, home
                                   professionals! Call Galveston College at 409-           infusion pharmacies, community pharmacies
                                   944-1344 to register or call 1-866-505-3611 to          and other health care settings – working under
                                   receive additional information.                         the supervision of a registered pharmacist.
                                                                                           Course content includes medical terminology
                                   DENTAL ASSISTING                                        specific to the pharmacy, reading and interpreting
                                   PROGRAM (DNTA 1053)                                     prescriptions and defining drugs by generic
                                   The Dental Assisting Program prepares students          and brand names. Students will learn dosage
                                   for entry level positions in one of the fastest         calculations, I.V. flow rates, drug compounding,
                                   growing health care positions – Dental Assisting.       dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions,
                                   The Dental Assisting program will cover key             inventory control and billing and reimbursement.
                                   areas and topics exposing the student to both           Textbooks are included in the tuition.
                                   classroom and laboratory hands-on instruction.          Prerequisites: Students should have taken
                                   The classroom instruction reviews the necessary         math and science in high school. High School
                                   anatomy, terminology, legal and ethical issues          Diploma or GED is required. Background
                                   as well as the policy and guidelines necessary          check is required.
                                   to understanding the scope of practice and the          Hours: 50        Cost: $999           Room: N-347
                                   practical aspects of dental assisting. Topics           2087             Feb 20-Apr 17        TR
                                   include instrument identification, equipment                             6:00-9:30 pm         Staff
                                   maintenance, tooth structure and oral cavity
                                   anatomy, dental anesthesia, sterilization and           MEDICAL RECORD CODING
                                   charting. The laboratory instruction allows             CERTIFICATE
                                   the student to experience the “feel” of working         Proper and accurate coding of diagnosis and
                                   in a dental suite. The student will learn the           procedures is the system by which hospitals;
                                   steps necessary to assisting the dentist while          clinics, doctor’s offices and other health care
                                   providing quality dental care within the                facilities receive reimbursement for medical
                                   community. Practical experience includes tooth          insurance claims. Career opportunities exist as a
                                   charting, restorations, bridge implants, bitewing,      clinical coder or insurance biller & coder. High
                                   panograph, and periapical x-ray and the mixing of       School Diploma or GED required. Textbooks are
                                   dental cements.                                         required.
                                   Additionally, this 100 contact hour course              The following courses must be completed to
                                   includes and 8 hour Health Care Provider CPR            receive the certificate:
                                   certification course and covers the relevant
                                   material necessary to prepare students to take          Beginning Keyboarding
                                   the 3 State of Texas “Registered Dental Assistant       (POFT 1029/POFT 1329)
                                   (RDT)” Exams I, II & III.                               Hours: 80      Cost: $252           Room: N-311
                                   Textbooks are included in the tuition.                  2003           Jan 16-May 10        TR
                                   Prerequisites: Students should have taken                              2:00-4:20 pm         Eliaz
                                   math and science in high school. High School            2004           Jan 17-May 9         MW
                                   Diploma or GED is required. Background                                 5:30-7:20 pm         Brigley
                                   check is required.                                                     LAB                  TBA
                                                                                                          TBA                  Brigley

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2005             Jan 16-May 10       TBA            Medical Coding (POFM 1000)




                                                                                                            2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
                 Internet            Thompson       Presentation and application of basic coding rules,
* All Internet students must attend orientation.    principles, guidelines, and conventions utilizing
Contact Kara Thompson at kthompso@gc.edu.           various coding systems. Pre-requisite: Medical
**Medical Terminology                               Terminology & A&P for Medical Assistants.
                                                    Textbooks required.
(HITT 1005/HITT 1213)                               Hours: 48       Cost: $228           Room: TBA
Hours: 48      Cost: $228            Room: FA-319   2090            Jan 16-May 10        TR
2088           Jan 16-May 10         TR                             5:30-6:50 pm         Benham
               5:30-6:50 pm          Kinsey
ST: Anatomy and Physiology                          Advanced Medical Coding
                                                    (HITT 2046)
for Medical Assistants                              In depth coverage of ICD and CPT coding rubrics,
(MDCA 1091/MDCA 1208)                               conventions, principles, and updates as they apply
Hours: 48      Cost: $228            Room:FA-319    to accurate coding of complex medical/surgical
2089           Jan 16-May 10         TR             cases, with emphasis on case studies. Government
               7:00-8:20 pm          Kinsey         regulations and changes in health care reporting
                                                    will be addressed. Pre-requisite: Medical Coding.
Medical Coding (POFM 1000)                          Textbooks required.
Hours: 48      Cost: $228            Room: TBA      Hours: 48      Cost: $228            Room: TBA
2090           Jan 16-May 10         TR             2092           Jan 17-May 9          W
               5:30-6:50 pm          Benham                        5:30-8:30 pm          Benham
Medical Insurance (POFM 1027)                       Medical Insurance (POFM 1027)
Hours: 48      Cost: $228            Room: TBA      Survey of medical insurance including the life cycle
2091           Jan 16-May 10         TR             of various claim forms, terminology, litigation,
               7:00-8:30 pm          Benham         patient relations and ethical issues. Pre-requisite:
Advanced Medical Coding                             Medical Terminology & A&P for Medical
                                                    Assistants. Textbooks required.
(HITT 2046)                                         Hours: 48       Cost: $228            Room: TBA
Hours: 48      Cost: $228      Room: TBA            2091            Jan 16-May 10         TR
2092           Jan 17-May 9    W                                    7:00-8:30 pm          Benham
               5:30-8:30 pm    Benham
• Medical Terminology and Anatomy &                 Anatomy and Physiology for
Physiology MUST be completed before taking          Medical Assistants
the coding class.                                   (MDCA 1009/MDCA 1208)
                                                    Emphasis on normal human anatomy and
    INDIVIDUAL MEDICAL                              physiology of cells, tissues, organs, and systems
           CLASSES                                  with an overview of common pathophysiology.
                                                    Textbook required.
CPR: Basic Life Support for                         Hours: 48      Cost: $228             Room: FA-319
Healthcare Providers Only                           2089           Jan 16-May 10          TR
This course instructs students in the lifesaving                   7:00-8:20 pm           Kinsey
skills of respiratory (choking and near-drowning)
and cardiac emergencies involving adults,
                                                    Medical Terminology
children and infants. Two-Man CPR and Special       (POFM 1013/POFM 1213)
Techniques are included. American Heart             This course is designed as a study of the basic
Association course. Textbook required.              word elements as they relate to the medical record.
Hours: 4         Cost: $20            Room: TBA     Emphasis is on the analysis, correct usage, spelling,
2093             Jan 20               S             and pronunciation of medical terms. Textbooks
                 8:00am-12:00 pm Harris             required.
2094             Feb 13               T             Hours: 48       Cost: $228           Room: N-307
                 5:30-9:30 p.m.       Harris        2088            Jan 16-May 10        TR
2112             Feb 24               S                             5:30-6:50 pm         Kinsey
                 8:00am-12:00 pm Harris
3066             Mar 24               S
                 8:00am-12:00 pm Harris
3067             Apr 12               R
                 5:30-9:30 p.m.       Harris
American Heart First Aid
CPR/AED
This course is for Day Care Workers,
Babysitters, Security Officer and Public
Education.
Lifesaving techniques you can use at home or
at work. Two-man and special techniques are
included. Adult, child and infants included.
American Heart Association course. Textbook
required.
Hours: 6       Cost: $30             Room: TBA
2095           Feb 3                 S
               8:00am-2:00 pm        Harris
               Apr 21                S
               8:00am-2:00 pm        Harris




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2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION     OFFICe
                                     teChNOlOGY
                                     INStItute
                                                                                        OFFICE ASSISTANT
                                    NEW PROGRAM                                         FAST-TRACK CERTIFICATE
                                                                                        In this program, students acquire the skills that
                                            ADMINISTRATIVE
                                           NEW                                          qualify them for entry-level positions in an office.
                                                                                        Proper keyboarding touch techniques, with a
                                          ASSISTANT CERTIFICATE                         minimum speed of 30 words per minute (wpm).
                                               244 HOURS                                Students will become proficient in Microsoft Office
                                   This program provides students with                  (Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint). Textbooks
                                   a unique opportunity to complete the                 required for all of the courses. Students can register
                                   certificate program with the skills necessary        for the entire series of courses or for individual
                                   to work as an administrative assistant.              courses Textbook required for all of the courses.
                                   Students will receive training in oral and
                                   written business communications, personal            Beginning Keyboarding
                                   development and computer operations,                 (POFT 1029/POFT 1329)
                                   which will include a variety of software             Hours: 80        Cost: $252          Room: N-311
                                   packages. The length of the program is               2003             Jan 16-May 10       TR
                                   16 weeks – 30 hours per week. Classes                                 2:00-4:20 pm        Eliaz
                                   are Monday through Friday from 8:00                  2004             Jan 17-May 9        MW
                                   a.m.-3:00 p.m. Prerequisite: High School                              5:30-7:50 pm        Staff
                                   Diploma or GED, and Basic Keyboarding                                 LAB                 TBA
                                   Skills. Textbook required for all of the                              TBA                 Staff
                                   courses.                                             2005             Jan 16-May 10       TBA
                                                                                                         Internet            Thompson
                                   POFT 1022       Administrative Office                * All Internet students must attend orientation.
                                                   Procedures i                         Contact Kara Thompson at kthompso@gc.edu.
                                   iTSC 1009       integrated Software                  Integrated Software I – xP
                                   POFT 1020       Communication Skills for             Office (ITSC 1009/ITSC 1309)
                                                   Business & industry                  Hours: 64      Cost: $252          Room: N-311
                                                                                        2032           Jan 17-May 9        MW
                                   POFT 1007       Proofreading and Editing                            9:00-10:50 am       Eliaz
                                   POFT 1019       Records and information              2033           Jan 16-May 10       TBA
                                                   Management i                                        Internet            Thompson
                                                                                        * All ITSC 1009 internet students must attend
                                   POFT 1006       Job Search and Employment            orientation. Contact Kara Thompson at
                                                   Skills                               kthompso@gc.edu.
                                   Classes Start: January 22, 2007                      Business English
                                   Tuition is $825 and supplies are not included.
                                                                                        (IPOFT 1001/POFT 1301)
                                                                                        Hours: 48      Cost: $228       Room: N-307
                                                                                        2011           Jan 17-May 9     MW
                                                                                                       11:00am-12:20 pm Eliaz




                                     PROFeSSIONal
                                     deVelOPMeNt
                                     INStItute
                                          NEW PROGRAM                                     completion, discrete quantitative, quantitative
                                                                                          comparison, graphs, and the writing assessment.
                                                                                          A commitment to homework is strongly
                                    NEW   GRE Test Prep Program                           recommended. The GRE is changing its format
                                   Cambridge TestPrep courses help you develop
                                                                                          in summer of 2007 so the spring courses are
                                   winning strategies and confidence for the
                                                                                          for the current version of the GRE and for
                                   Graduate Record Examination! Galveston
                                                                                          people that will be taking the test for grad
                                   College Continuing Education in association with
                                                                                          school before summer 2007. Textbook and
                                   Cambridge Educational Services offers GRE
                                                                                          course materials are included in the tuition.
                                   preparation courses.
                                                                                          Hours: 24      Cost: $280             Room: TBA
                                   The course is designed to increase familiarity         2114           Jan 20-Feb 10          S
                                   with the various types of verbal, quantitative,                       *8:00 am-5:00 pm Grogan
                                   and analytical questions presented on the GRE          3082           Apr 14-May 5           S
                                   computer-generated general test. Students                             *8:00 am-5:00 pm Grogan
                                   will learn test-taking strategies and work
                                   with test-simulation exercises on reading              *Pre & Post assessment tests will be done on the
                                   comprehension, antonyms, analogies, sentence           first & last day of class from 8:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

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                                                                                                                 2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
  Real eState
  INStItute
   All Real Estate courses will be taught by expe-      Hours: 32      Cost: $140            Room: TBA
rienced, TREC (Texas Real Estate Commission)            3071           Feb 26-Mar 28         MW
accredited instructors.                                                6:00-10:00 pm         Goeters
   Effective 01/01/06, to obtain your Texas Real        2101           Feb 26-Mar 28
Estate License you must complete 150 classroom                         Internet              Goeters
hours of core real estate courses acceptable to
the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). The            Real Estate Contracts
specific core courses that are required are: (1) 60     (RELE 1012)
hours in Principals of Real Estate (2) 30 hours in      A review of real estate contracts required by Section
Law of Agency (3) 30 hours in Law of Contracts          6A (3) of the Real Estate License Act with emphasis
and (4) 30 hours in another core course. Sixty          on general contract law requirements. Also covers
(60) additional core hours or related courses must      the purpose, history, and working process of the
also be taken. Other core courses are: Real Estate      Broker-Lawyer Committee. Includes preparation of
Appraisal; Real Estate Law; Promulgated Contract        real estate contract forms with an emphasis on the
Forms; Real Estate Finance; Real Estate Marketing;      most commonly used forms. Textbook required.
Real Estate Mathematics; Real Estate Brokerage;         Hours: 30       Cost: $135           Room: TBA
Property Management; Real Estate Investment; and        2098            Jan 23-Feb 15        TR
Residential Inspection for Real Estate Agents. If                       6:00-10:00 pm        DePalermo
a student has completed college credit courses, the     2099            Jan 23-Feb 15
student can request TREC to evaluate the transcripts                    Internet             Goeters
after completing the 150 classroom hours of core        3072            May 15-Jun 7         TR
real estate courses to determine if credit can be                       6:00-10:00 pm        DePalermo
granted for the additional two real estate courses.     3073            May 15-Jun 7
Feel free to visit the Texas Real Estate Commission                     Internet             Goeters
web site @ www.trec.state.tx.us. NO SENIOR
DISCOUNTS FOR REAL ESTATE COURSES.                      Real Estate Finance (RELE 1020)
                                                        An overview of the U.S. monetary system,
                                                        primary and secondary money markets, sources
   WEBCT INTERNET CLASSES                               of mortgage loans, federal government programs,
         AVAILABLE                                      loan applications, processes and procedures,
   LECTURE CLASSES REQUIRE                              closing costs, alternative instruments, laws effecting
                                                        mortgage lending and the State Housing Agency.
   PROFICENCY ON INTERNET                               Textbook required.
                                                        Hours: 30       Cost: $135            Room: TBA
Real Estate Principles I                                2100            Jan 22-Feb 14
(RELE 1002)                                                             Internet              Goeters
An overview of licensing as a real estate broker
and salesperson, ethics of practice, titles to and
                                                        Law of Agency (RELE 2002)
                                                        A study of law of agency including principal-agent
conveyance of real estate, legal descriptions,
                                                        and master-servant relationships, the authority of an
law of agency, deeds, encumbrances and liens,
                                                        agent, the termination of an agent’s authority, the
distinctions between personal and real property,
                                                        fiduciary and other duties of an agent, employment
contracts, appraisal, finance and regulations,
                                                        law, deceptive trade practices, listing or buying
closing procedures, and real estate mathematics.
                                                        procedures, and the disclosure of an agency.
Also includes federal, state, and local laws
                                                        Textbook required.
relating to housing discrimination, housing credit
                                                        Hours: 30       Cost: $135             Room: TBA
discrimination, and community reinvestment.
                                                        3074            Feb 27-Mar 29          TR
Textbook required.
                                                                        6:00-10:00 pm          Smith
Hours: 32       Cost: $140             Room: TBA
                                                        3075            Feb 27-Mar 29
2096            Jan 22-Feb 14          MW
                                                                        Internet               Goeters
                6:00-10:00 pm          Goeters
2097            Jan 22-Feb 14                           Fundamentals of
3069
                Internet
                May 14-Jun 11
                                       Goeters
                                       MW
                                                        Environmental Issues
                6:00-10:00 pm          Goeters          (RELE 1029)
3070            May 14-Jun 11                           A study of environmental issues affecting the real
                Internet               Goeters          estate industry including hazardous substances,
                                                        underground storage tanks, and wetlands. Student
Real Estate Principles II                               will be able to identify potential dangers resulting
(RELE 1038)                                             from exposure to hazardous materials commonly
A continuation of the overview of licensing as a        found in residential and commercial real estate
broker or salesperson. Includes ethics of practice      and distinguish between environmental screening,
as a license holder; titles to and conveyance of real   assessment, and testing for real estate. Textbook
estate; legal descriptions, deeds, encumbrances         required.
and liens, distinctions between personal and real       Hours: 32        Cost: $140           Room: TBA
property, appraisal, finance and regulations, closing   2102             Feb 26-Mar 28
procedures, and real estate mathematics. Covers                          Internet             Goeters
at least three hours of classroom instruction on
federal, state, and local laws relating to housing;
discrimination; housing credit discrimination; and
community reinvestment. Fulfills at least 30 of
60 hours of required instruction for salesperson
license. Textbook required.

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                                   Real Estate Marketing                                      Real Estate Investment
2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION   (RELE 1022)
                                   A study of real estate professionalism and ethics;
                                   characteristics of successful salespersons; time
                                                                                              (RELE 1008)
                                                                                              Financing, evaluation, and management of
                                                                                              real estate investment. Emphasis on real
                                   management; psychology of marketing; listing               estate investment characteristics, techniques
                                   procedures; advertising; negotiating and closing           of investment analysis, time-valued money,
                                   financing; and the deceptive trade practice act,           discounted investment criteria, leverage, and
                                   consumer protection act, and commercial code.              applications to property tax implications of
                                   Textbook required.                                         owning real estate. Textbook required.
                                   Hours: 30       Cost: $135            Room: TBA            Hours: 30       Cost: $135            Room: TBA
                                   3076            Apr 9-May 2           MW                   3078            Apr 10-May 3          TR
                                                   6:00-10:00 pm         DePalermo                            6:00-10:00 pm         Goeters
                                   3077            Apr 9-May 2                                3079            Apr 10-May 3
                                                   Internet              Goeters                              Internet              Goeters




                                     SeCuRItY tRaINING
                                     INStItute
                                                                                            include handling and safety of a firearm, weapon
                                   SECURITY OFFICER TRAINING                                retention, and storage of firearms as stated in the
                                   TCPS LEVELS 1, 2, & 3                                    Texas Penal Code. Must demonstrate the required
                                                                                            proficiency within the 90-day period before the
                                   (SLPS 1013)                                              date is renewed. Student must pass a written
                                   This course includes legal limitations on use of
                                                                                            examination and demonstrate proficiency with
                                   handguns, powers and authority of private security
                                                                                            firearms. No textbook required.
                                   officers, familiarity with legislation, note taking,
                                                                                            Hours: 10       Cost: $85             Room: TBA
                                   report writing, range firing and procedure, handgun
                                                                                            3081            Mar 5-6               MT
                                   safety and maintenance, and required range
                                                                                                            5:00-10:00 pm         Adams
                                   qualification. Student must pass a written
                                   examination and                                          REQUALIFICATION FOR
                                   demonstrate proficiency with firearms. Cost of
                                   textbooks and firearm training are included in the
                                                                                            MANAGERS
                                   tuition.                                                 (SLPS 2000)
                                   Hours: 48        Cost: $165             Room: TBA        This course fulfills the continuing education and
                                   2103             Feb 5-14               MTWRF            range firing necessary to re-qualify (renew) a
                                                    9:00 am-4:00 pm        Adams            Manager’s license in the State of Texas. Classroom
                                   3080             Apr 2-18               MTWRF            lecture on continuing education to include a
                                                    5:30-9:30 pm           Adams            discussion of Occupation Code 1702, the Texas
                                                                                            Penal Code and a two hour lecture on ethics. All
                                   PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT                                 materials needed for the class is covered in the cost.
                                                                                            Hours: 10       Cost: $140            Room: TBA
                                                                                            2104            Feb 27                T
                                   COMMISSIONED SECURITY                                                    8:00 am-7:00 pm       Adams
                                   OFFICER REQUALIFICATION
                                   (SLPS 2000)
                                   This course is structured to provide the continuing
                                   education requirements by the Texas Department
                                   of Public Safety Private Security Board to renew
                                   security officer commission. Topics reviewed to




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                                                        2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
          GALVESTON COUNTY
         ALTERNATIVE TEACHER
        CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
       Galveston County community colleges and
     independent school districts are addressing the
       teaching shortage by offering an alternative
       approach to becoming certified as a teacher.
   New cohorts begin training each January and June-
    the deadline for June application is May 1, 2006.
    Visit the PACT website, www.pact4teachers.com
   for more information and to download application
       documents. For more information, contact
                 409-938-1211 ext. 408.

 Teacher Certification Areas:

 Elementary: EC-4 Generalist, EC-4 Bilingual
 Generalist, EC-4 ESL Generalist

 Middle School Grades 4-8: Mathematics, Science,
 English Language Arts & Reading, Social Studies,
 Mathematics/Science, English Language,
 Arts & Reading/Social Studies, 4-8 Generalist,
 4-8 Bilingual Generalist, and 4-8 ESL Generalist

 Secondary Grades 8-12: Mathematics, Science,
 English Language Arts & Reading, Social Studies
 and Computer Science

 Early Childhood-12: Special Education




Spring	2007	Continuing	Education	Schedule	                           23
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                                   Training can tailor a new class or enhance a current
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                                   Employer On-site classes offer flexibility & quality
                                   instruction.
                                   Our customized training specializes in industries
                                   unique needs, and provides specialized professional
                                   training programs in:

                                                 Spanish	for	Bank	Tellers
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                                           Spanish	for	Healthcare	Professionals
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                                                        Quick	Books
                                                          Quicken
                                                      Microsoft	Word
                                                      Microsoft	Excel
                                                     Microsoft	Access
                                                   Microsoft	PowerPoint
                                                    Desktop	Publishing
                                               Industry	Driven	Work	Shops
                                                             &
                                        Corporate	Training	&	Development	Seminars
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                                                 Business	Speaking	Skills
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                                                                                                                     2007 SPRING CONtINuING eduCatION
Instructor-Facilitated Online Courses
                                         •	 Each	course	runs	for	6	weeks	and	consists	of	12	lessons.	
     Update your skills,                 •	 Interactive	quizzes,	assignments,	tutorials,	and	online	
                                            discussion	areas	available	via	the	World	Wide	Web	
   discover a new talent,                   supplement	the	lessons.	
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     your convenience.                      address,	and	a	Web	browser.	Additional	requirements,	if	
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Learn	how	to	navigate	the	Internet,	      Certificate Programs                  Prepare	to	take	advantage	of	
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