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Table of Contents                                                                                                  REGISTRATION HOURS
Admission Procedures...............................................................3
                                                                                                                                   IN PERSON
Financial Aid.................................................................................4
                                                                                                                           MONDAY – THURSDAY
Registration................................................................................5-6                             8:30 AM- 6:30 PM
Tuition & Fees............................................................................6-10
Course Grid..................................................................................10                                    FRIDAY
                                                                                                                             8:30 AM- 1:00 PM
Course Listings............................................................................11
  Fall Regular Term...................................................................11-22
                                                                                                                                SATURDAY
  Fall Mini-Session.........................................................................22
                                                                                                                            9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
  Fall South Chicago Learning Center Credit Courses...................23
Adult Education & Continuing Education (ACE)..................24                                                                    ONLINE
  ACE - Adult Education Courses............................................................24                                     MY.CCC.EDU
  ACE- Workforce Training Programs....................................................24                                     MONDAY – FRIDAY
Center for Distance Learning (CDL)........................................25                                                 7:00 AM- 9:00 PM
Registration Schedules.............................................................26
                                                                                                                                SATURDAY
Academic Calendar...................................................................27
                                                                                                                            7:00 AM - 9:30 PM
Campus Directory.......................................................................27
                                                                                                               Note: Registration hours may vary during semester break.
                                                                                                                      Call (773)-291-6100 for more information.


 CHANCELLOR
 CHERYL HYMAN
                                                                                                                   ASSESSMENT/TESTING
 CITY COLLEGES OF CHICAGO BOARD OF TRUSTEES
 GERY J. CHICO                      REV. ALBERT D. TYSON, III                                                    Testing is located in rooms 2401 & 2402.
 Chair                              Member

 JAMES A. DYSON
 Vice-Chair
                                    GLORIA CASTILLO
                                    Member                                                                              MONDAY – THURSDAY
 TERRY E. NEWMAN                    NANCY J. CLAWSON                                                                9:00 AM, 1:00 PM & 5:00 PM
 Secretary                          Member

 RALPH G. MOORE
 Member
                                    GWENDOLYN FULGERN
                                    Student Member                                                                                   FRIDAY
                                                                                                                                    9:00 AM
 OLIVE-HARVEY COLLEGE EXECUTIVE ADMINISTRATION
 CLYDE EL-AMIN
 President                                                                                                                         SATURDAY
 KELLY O’MALLEY                                                                                                                     9:00 AM
 Vice President, Academic and Student Affairs

 MARICELA ARANDA
 Executive Director, Business Operations                                                                        Note: No appointment is necessary and the
                                                                                                              exams are FREE. For more information, call (773)
                                                                                                               291-6472. You must bring to testing: Two #2
The schedule is published each semester for informational purposes and should not be regarded as an

irrevocable contract between the student and the college. The college reserves the right to change, without
                                                                                                               pencils, a ball point pen, and a photo I.D. card.
notice, curriculum course structure, content, class times, fees and other charges, program requirements and                You may use a calculator.
other matters within its control.

                                                                                                                              Note: Testing hours may vary.
                                                                                                                       Call (773)-291-6100 for more information.



O L I V E H A R V E Y. C C C . E D U
ADMISSIONS PROCEDURES
Olive-Harvey College is a public open admission college.                  Testing	waiver	codes	are	to	be	used	only	when	an	official	college	
Applications are welcomed from:                                           transcript demonstrates successful completion of college level
                                                                          mathematics and/or English thus qualifying a student for a
•	   Graduates of accredited high schools;                                waiver.
•	   Holders	of	GED	certificates;
•	   Transfer students from other colleges and universities;              Location: Room 2402 & 2401
•	   Adults 18 years of age and older who have not completed high
     school and who qualify for college-level work;                       Students who have graduated from high school can be placed
•	   Students 16 to 18 years of age who are recommended by their          using	valid	ACT	scores.		Verification	of	scores	should	be	attained	
     high school principal and counselor;                                 with	either	an	official	ACT	transcript	or	ACT	scores	affixed	to	an	
•	   Senior citizens;                                                     official	high	school	transcript.		ACT	test	scores	are	valid	for	two	
•	   International Students who hold a valid F-1 Visa.                    years, but COMPASS and ASSET scores are valid for one year.
                                                                          Testing must be completed before seeking course advisement
It is the policy of the City Colleges of Chicago that no citizen of the   and selection with a college advisor.
United States or any other person within the jurisdiction thereof
shall, on the grounds of race, color, national origin, religion, sex,     No appointment is necessary. Most students need approximately
age or disability, be excluded from participation in, or be denied the    three hours, and the exams are FREE. You must bring: a
benefit	of,	or	be	subjected	to	discrimination	in	employment	or	under	     #2 pencil, a ballpoint pen, and a photo I.D. card. You must
an education program or activity of the City Colleges of Chicago.         know your social security number. Sample test questions are
                                                                          available on the website (www.act.org/compass), or stop by the
                                                                          Testing Center or Student Services Room 1410. You may use a
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS                                                    calculator. For more information, call (773) 291-6472.

New to Olive-Harvey College                                               STUDENT ORIENTATION
Complete Olive-Harvey College Student Information Card.
All students are required to take the College Placement Test.
                                                                       Student Orientation is important to being successful in college.
Former Olive-Harvey College Students (in good standing)                It is strongly recommended that all incoming students attend.
Complete Olive-Harvey College Student Information Card.                The student orientation provides returning college students and
An	official	transcript	from	any	college	attended	since	your	last	      first	time	Olive-Harvey	College	students	with	general	information	
enrollment at Olive-Harvey College should be provided.                 about the college. This information includes, but is not limited
                                                                       to, enrollment and registration policies and procedures, student
Former Students—(not in good standing)                                 services and transfer and career program course requirements.
Any full or part-time students excluded or dropped from any of the     Each session is 2 hours in length except the sessions that start at
City Colleges of Chicago must petition for readmission to the City     6:00pm. The sessions at 6:00pm last only one hour for our Adult
College at which they intend to register. Excluded students petitioningreturning students.
to attend Olive-Harvey College are to report to Student Services,
Room 1410 to see a college advisor.

High School Students (16-18 years old)                                                 FALL ORIENTATION DATES
Complete Olive-Harvey College Student Information Card. Provide                      Date                               Time
high school permit form signed by high school principal, high school
counselor, and parent giving approval for student to attend.               Friday, August 6, 2010         2:00PM - 3:30PM
                                                                                                          6:00PM - 7:00PM
International Students (I-20)
                                                                           Friday, August 13, 2010        2:00PM - 3:30PM
Please see the Registrar, Room 1405, for admission and registration
instructions.
                                                                                                          6:00PM - 7:00PM
                                                                           Friday, August 20, 2010        11:00AM - 12:30PM
Transfer Students                                                                                         2:00PM - 3:30PM
Complete Olive-Harvey College Student Information Card. Provide an                                        6:00PM - 7:00PM
official	transcript	from	each	college	attended.	Complete	a	Transcript	
Evaluation	Form	once	the	official	college	transcript	has	been	received	 Saturday, August 21, 2010         1:00PM - 2:30PM
in Room 1405. Take placement test if you have not earned a grade of Friday, August 27, 2010               2:00PM - 3:30PM
“C” or better in college level English and a mathematics course.                                          6:00PM - 7:00PM

PLACEMENT TESTING
Admission to the college does not ensure entrance into a particular
course or program of study. All new students must be tested using
                                                                           Space is limited! To reserve your seat, please visit
the COMPASS, ASSET or ACT tests. The only exceptions to this
rule are students who are issued a testing waiver.                         Student Services Room 1410. For any questions, please
                                                                           contact 773-291-6164 or 773-291-6391.

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FINANCIAL AID
FINANCIAL AID
Students	are	encouraged	to	file	an	electronic	application	over	the	        Students may apply for (1) direct deposit or they may opt to
Internet	at	www.fafsa.ed.gov.		The	Office	of	Financial	Aid,	located	       receive a (2) refund check that will be mailed to the address
in Room 1410, offers assistance through grants, scholarships, and          on	file.	Direct	deposit	offers	the	most	safe	and	convenient	way	
student employment opportunities. Computers are available to               to receive your refund. Enrollment forms for direct deposit are
students in the Self-Service Center located in Student Services,           available in Student Services, Room 1410.
1410 A28. Federal School Code: 001653
                                                                           Financial Aid Refund Policy
You may be required to provide the supporting documents listed: (If
                                                                      Students	who	officially	withdraw	(WTH)	or	are	administratively	
you are in doubt about what to bring, contact the Office of Financial
Assistance.)
                                                                      withdrawn	(ADW)	from	all	their	classes	prior	to	completing	60%	
                                                                           of the enrollment period, will be required to return a portion of
•	   Proof	of	citizenship	or	U.S.	entry	status	(birth	certificate,	        the Title IV funds received.
     voter’s registration card, U.S. Passport, I-94 with appropriate
     endorsement, permanent resident or resident alien card, or            Title	IV	funds	include	Federal	Pell	Grant,	Federal	Work-
     Statement of Asylum Granted).                                         Study, Academic Competitiveness Grant and the Federal
                                                                           Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant. A federally
•	   Income documentation: FALL 2010 student must submit a                 regulated calculation will be applied to determine the unearned
     signed copy or your Federal Tax Return for 2009. Parent’s tax         tuition, fees, and other charges that may have been overpaid.
     returns must be provided for students who are unmarried,              Financial Aid will not pay for classes with a status of “No-
     under	age	24,	without	dependents	and/or	are	financially	              Show”	or	NSW.		
     dependent upon parents. (For those who are not required
     to	file	a	tax	return,	please	contact	the	Financial	Aid	Office	for	
     more detailed information.)                                           OFFICE OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
•	   Men between ages of 18-26 must be registered with selective           The	Office	of	Veteran’s	Affairs,	located	in	the	Student	Success	
     services.                                                             Center,	Room	1410,	assists	qualified	Veterans	in	securing	
                                                                           benefits	needed	to	meet	their	educational	goals.		Veterans	with	
NOTE: 	Please	inform	the	Office	of	Financial	Aid	if	you	have	
                                                                           the following grants will be issued a tuition deferment, which
special circumstances, which may require special attention
when completing your application. You may be asked to provide
                                                                           will allow them to register:
additional information.
                                                                           •	    Illinois Veterans Grant (IVG)
Students	are	required	to	notify	the	Office	of	Financial	Aid	of	any	        •	    Missing	in	Action/Prisoners	of	War	(MIA/POW)
other post-secondary school attended since July 1, 2009 and                •	    Illinois National Guard (ING) and Vocational Rehabilitation
financial	aid	received	at	that	institution.	
                                                                           Additional out-of-pocket fees may apply. For further information,
Students who require developmental education courses may only              stop	by	the	Office	of	Financial	Aid	&	Veterans	Affairs,	located	in	the	
receive	financial	aid	for	the	first	30	hours	of	remediation.			The	        Student Success Center, Room 1410 or call (773) 291-6391.
number of credit hours enrolled for Continuing Education, Adult
Education, audited courses, foundational studies and free courses
in	ESL	and	GED	are	not	used	to	calculate	financial	aid	eligibility.			

Book Vouchers
                                                                                     STUDENT SERVICES
Students seeking a book voucher must register for class and have                      For more information call 773.291.6391
financial	aid	eligibility	remaining	after	cost	of	tuition	and	all	fees	
have been met. Fall 2010 book vouchers are available August 16th                 • Academic Advising               • Organization of Latin American Students
through September 25, 2010 at Follett’s Bookstore 1 hour after the
student has completed registration.                                              • Career Placement Services       • Student Government Association

Refund Receipt Options                                                           • Distance Learning/Web Courses   • African-American Studies Association
Should	a	student’s	financial	aid	amount	be	greater	than	the	cost	for	            • Disability Access Center        • Student Nursing Association
school, a student will receive a refund once the cost has been paid
in full. City Colleges of Chicago offers two options to receive your             • Academic Advising               • Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
financial	aid	refunds.
                                                                                 • Tutorial Laboratories           • And More

                                                                                 • Financial Aid



                                                                                       oliveharvey.ccc.edu/studentservices

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                                                  R E G I S TER   ONLINE    AT   M Y. C C C . E D U
REGISTRATION
REGISTRATION OVERVIEW                                                  Adding Classes
                                                                       Students may add classes to their program during the scheduled
Prerequisites
                                                                       registration period. Students may add such courses as are available
Enrollment in many courses is contingent upon satisfying
                                                                       and for which they meet departmental and CCC prerequisites. See
certain requirements such as placement tests, successful
                                                                       the “Registration Information” section for dates and time governing
completion of another course, concurrent enrollment in
                                                                       revisions.
another course, or consent of the department chairperson.
It is the responsibility of the student to meet all
                                                                       Admission to Class
prerequisites prior to registering for such courses.
                                                                       No student may be admitted to any class in which he/she is not
                                                                       officially	enrolled.		No	enrollment	can	be	official	unless	a	registration	
Registration Check List
                                                                       card or revision form for the course has been processed by the
(ITEMS TO BRING WITH YOU TO REGISTER)
                                                                       Registrar’s	Office	and	payment	arrangements	have	been	made	in	
                                                                       the	Business	Office.		Students	cannot	sit	in	on	classes	they	have	not	
1.   Verification of Residency
                                                                       officially	registered	via	the		Registrar’s	Office.
     Evidence of legal residence in Chicago is REQUIRED
     at time of registration such as a driver’s license, voter’s
                                                                       Class Attendance
     registration card, permanent residency card, utility bill,
                                                                       Attendance and punctuality are expected and are part of the
     telephone listing, etc. A student CANNOT register
                                                                       responsibilities of the student. At the point where the instructor
     without	proof	of	residency.		Post	Office	mailboxes	are	
                                                                       believes that the student’s work is being endangered by excessive
     not acceptable as home addresses.
                                                                       absences, the student may be referred to the college advisors for
                                                                       consultation. Lack of attendance may adversely affect the student’s
2.   Results of Placement Test (as applicable)
                                                                       grade. A student who desires to withdraw from a course or from the
                                                                       College must do so in writing and must provide the written request to
3.   Method of payment for courses
                                                                       the	Registrar’s	Office,	Room	1405.
     Cash, check, American Express, Visa or MasterCard,
     or	proof	of	financial	aid	eligibility.
                                                                       No Show Policy
                                                                       No refunds of tuition and/or fees will be issued for classes with no-
4.   Advisement copy of prior college transcript
                                                                       show withdrawals. Students will be held accountable for the payment
     Students who attended another college prior to
                                                                       of	tuition	and	fees	of	NSW	courses.		Federal	financial	aid	cannot	be	
     attending Olive-Harvey College should bring with them
                                                                       used	to	cover	the	cost	of	NSW	classes.		Students who do not attend
     a copy of their college transcript if the Admissions
                                                                       any of the first three class sessions during the regular 16 week session
     Office	has	not	received	the	official	transcript	from	the	
                                                                       will be withdrawn from the class by the instructor and issued an NSW.
     prior institution.
                                                                       For class duration longer or shorter than 16 weeks the numbers of
                                                                       days for which a no show will be calculated will vary proportionately.

New Student Registration Steps                                         Students	who	do	not	attend	the	first	class	session	of	a	course,	which	
                                                                       meets	only	once	per	week,	will	be	considered	a	no-show	(NSW).
•	   Complete a Student Information Card.
•	   Complete orientation session.                                     Distance Learning Courses
•	   Take placement tests, if applicable.                              Students registered in distance learning courses who fail to log-on to
•	   Complete Financial Aid application                                the website for their course at least two (2) times before the10th day
     (Applications	available	in	the	Financial	Aid	Office,	Room	        of	the	term	will	be	withdrawn	from	the	class	and	issued	an	NSW.
     1410)
•	   Military Veterans report to Room 1410.                            Student-Initiated Withdrawal
•	   See a college advisor in Room 1410 for selection of
                                                                       A student may withdraw from a regular session course he or she has
     academic classes.
                                                                       not	already	received	an	ADW	or	NSW	from	the	instructor	prior	to	or	
•	   Remove	academic	and/or	financial	holds	on	records,	if	
                                                                       on:
     applicable.
•	   Report	to	Registrar’s	Office,	Room	1405,	to	register	for	
     classes.                                                          November 15, 2010 for the Fall 2010 term.
•	   Report	to	Business	Office	for	payment	
                                                                       It	is	the	student’s	responsibility	to	officially	withdraw	from	courses.	
                                                                       Failure to withdraw may result in mandatory payment of tuition/
                                                                       fees and/or a failing grade. Thereafter, the student may withdraw
The individual student is responsible for the accuracy and             during the remainder of that semester only with the approval of the
completeness of registration. The student must review the              College President or designee upon demonstration of extenuating
printed registration receipt for accuracy prior to leaving the         circumstances.
registration area. Any errors should be reported to the Registrar
for immediate correction.                                              It	is	the	student’s	responsibility	to	officially	withdraw	from	courses.	
                                                                       Failure to withdraw may result in mandatory payment of tuition/fees
                                                                       and/or a failing grade.


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                                                  S C H E DULE      SUBJECT   TO   CHANGE
REGISTRATION/TUITION & FEES
Thereafter, the student may withdraw during the remainder of            Degree Requirements
that semester only with the approval of the College President or        Olive-Harvey College awards the degrees of Associate of Arts
designee upon demonstration of extenuating circumstances.               (A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.), and Associate of Applied
                                                                        Sciences (A.A.S.) upon completion of degree requirements as
A	student	initiated	withdrawal	must	be	requested	on	the	official	       indicated in the College catalog. Olive-Harvey College’s A.A. and
withdrawal form, which may be obtained in Room 1410 by a                A.S. general education courses are designed for transfer to four-
college advisor or by dropping online at                                year colleges. The A.A.S is a career degree, and as such, is not
My.CCC.edu.	The	WTH	will	appear	on	the	student’s	permanent	             considered a transfer degree program. Basic (9 hours or more)
academic record but will not be used to calculate cumulative            and	Advanced	(30	hours	or	more)	Certificates	are	awarded	under	
grade point average.                                                    the Associate in Applied Science degree career program.

Administrative Withdrawal Policy                                        Students are advised that the semester credit hours of
Students who have been continuously absent during the three-            any developmental course(s) will not count toward degree
week period just prior to midterm of the class will be withdrawn        requirements. Physical education courses below the 200 level
from	class	and	issued	a	grade	of	ADW	by	the	instructor,	unless	         can be repeated only once for credit. A maximum of 4 credit
the instructor has documentation that the student is still actively     hours in P.E. activity courses may be counted toward graduation.
pursuing the course, as evidenced by completed papers, exams,
quizzes or projects.                                               Application for Graduation
                                                                   Students	must	file	an	application	for	graduation	in	the	semester	
A student who has legitimate reasons for such absences must        in which they expect to complete the degree requirements for
meet with the instructor no later than two weeks after the midterm graduation. A student must complete a graduation application
date (one week during the summer term) and state those reasons to	have	an	official	degree	audit	performed	by	the	Records	office	
and other relevant considerations for requesting reinstatement.    and the degree awarded. Applications are available in room 1405.
The instructor may recommend reinstatement after consultation      Effective Fall 2008, the Constitution Exam is no longer required to
with the student.                                                  graduate from Olive-Harvey College.

A	student	who	receives	an	ADW	at	mid-term	and	is	reinstated	            Fall Graduation Deadline is October 9, 2010.
may not elect to withdraw from the class at a later time. If a
student	receiving	an	ADW	repeats	that	course,	only	the	last	grade	
received will be calculated in the GPA; however, both grades will        TUITION & FEES
appear on the permanent academic record and will be counted
as registered hours to determine satisfactory progress, academic        IMPORTANT:
warning, and exclude status. ADW’s received from Fall 1982              Once you register for classes, you are responsible for the total
through Spring 1988 will be counted as F’s in a student’s GPA.          tuition and fees unless you withdraw from classes within the first
                                                                        seven days of the class starting date. You are not assured a seat
A student taking a foundational studies class who receives an           in class unless payment arrangements are made at the time of
ADW	and	is	reinstated	may	not	elect	to	withdraw	from	the	class	         registration. Students unable to make arrangements at time of
at a later time.                                                        registration should officially withdraw from class in Room 1405 or
                                                                        may be charged.
Center for Distance Learning students who fail to actively pursue
a Center for Distance Learning course by midterm will receive an        Tuition and fees are subject to change at any time by the Board of
ADW.                                                                    Trustees of Community College District No. 508.
Revision Policy                                                         All students are expected to have a method of payment at the
It is important that you plan your schedule carefully before you        time of registration. Olive-Harvey College accepts payment via
register. Registration constitutes an agreement between you             cash, checks, American Express, Visa or MasterCard, scholarship
and the College to follow the program selected. That program            award letters, third-party payment agreements, or with awarded
is	final	and	will	not	be	changed,	except	for	the	following	             financial	aid.		A	partial	payment	plan	is	also	available,	see	section	
conditions:                                                             on NELNET payment plan option for further information. Proof of
                                                                        residency must be provided at the time of registration. Unpaid
•	       Class is canceled by the College. (No Charge)                  tuition and fees are subject to the collection procedures of the
                                                                        college, which may include placing holds on future registration,
•	       Programming error made by the college; registration            withholding transcripts, and the possible referral of an unpaid
         records must show error. (No Charge)                           account to a collection agency.
•	       Student fails a course that is the prerequisite for a course
         in	which	he/she	has	officially	registered.		Student	must	
         bring proof of failure (i.e., grade report)




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  TUITION & FEES (CONTINUED)
IN-DISTRICT                                                           STUDENT ACTIVITY FEE
(City of Chicago Residents)
                                                                      Fall 2010 Full-Time Students (12 or more credit hours)
Registration Fees
                                                                      $170.00
$30.00 per semester/term
                                                                      If a student drops below full-time after the start of classes, Activity
                                                                      fee will not be adjusted. Activity fees are non-refundable after the
The above charge is non-refundable. All students including
                                                                      start of classes.
senior citizens, public aid recipients, City Colleges of Chicago
employees	and	their	dependents,	and	Harold	Washington	
                                                                      Part-Time Students Fall 2010 (11 or less credit hours)
Scholarship recipients are required to pay the charge.
                                                                      $ 50.00
Tuition per credit hour for Chicago residents
                                                                      Non-refundable after the start of classes.
Credit, Vocational/Technical
$87.00 per credit hour
                                                                      Activity fees cover the following: Technology upgrades, library
                                                                      resources, facilities usage, and other items as determined by
Pre-Credit
                                                                      the college or board of trustees. These fees are mandatory and
$43.50 per credit hour
                                                                      assessed to all students that register for college courses.
Verification of Residency
                                                                      Notice: Tuition and Fees may be paid by cash, check, American
Evidence of legal residence in Chicago is REQUIRED at time
                                                                      Express, Visa or Master Card, made payable in the exact amount
of registration. Any address changes must be done prior to
                                                                      to Olive-Harvey College or online at
registration or Out of District and/or Out of State charges will
                                                                      My.CCC.edu. You are not assured a seat in class unless payment
be applied.
                                                                      arrangements are made at time of registration. Past debts are
                                                                      payable by cash or credit card. A debt is considered past due at
                                                                      the close of the term for which the debt was incurred.
OUT-OF-DISTRICT
Credit, Vocational/Technical and Workforce Education
$208.63 per credit hour
($87.00 plus a surcharge of $121.63 per credit hour)                  MISCELLANEOUS FEES AND CHARGES
                                                                      Course	Fees:		Specific	fees	related	to	the	cost	of	certain	courses	
Out-of-district students working 35 or more hours per week            or programs may be assessed in addition to the listed tuition and
in the City of Chicago may qualify for in-district tuition            fees. Refer to course information for additional fee listings.
by	showing	proof	of	full-time	employment.	Verification	
on company letterhead with a Chicago address must
                                                                      Lab Fees
be submitted for each enrollment. You must also submit                $30.00
your two most recent pay stubs. In order to qualify the
information	must	be	submitted	to	the	Business	Office	no	              Nursing Laboratory Fee
less then 7 days from the start of the semester. Out-of-              $450.00 per clinical course
state students do not qualify.
                                                                      Partial Payment Plan Fee
                                                                      $30.00
Pre-Credit
$165.13 per credit hour
                                                                      Center for Distance Learning Licensing fee
($43.50 plus a surcharge of $121.63 per credit hour)                  $45.00 (non-refundable fee per course)

                                                                      I-20 processing fee
OUT-OF-STATE                                                          $100.00
Fees are based on chargeback data for the District and are
subject to change once rate becomes available.                        Fee is payable at time of application by new foreign student
                                                                      applicants and is non-refundable. $50.00 is applied to tuition
Credit, Vocational/Technical and Workforce Education                  when students enroll.
$259.70 per credit hour
($87.00 plus a surcharge of $172.70 per credit hour)                  Returned Check Fee (NSF)
                                                                      $40.00
Pre-Credit
$216.20 per credit hour                                               Fee	assessed	for	any	check	returned	Non-Sufficient/Collection	
($43.50 plus a surcharge of $227.50 per credit hour)                  funds by a bank. In addition, students will not be allowed to make
                                                                      future payments to the College by check.




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TUITION & FEES (CONTINUED)
Transcripts (payment only accepted by cash, credit card or
money order):

First request                                   Free
Each additional transcript                      $5.00
Same-Day Service (even if 1st request)          $10.00                                                            AUTOMATIC
Official and unofficial transcripts follow the same fee schedule.                                                 PAYMENT
ID Replacement Fee – (lost or stolen ID cards)
                                                                                                                  PLAN
(payment only accepted by cash, credit card or money
order)                                                                                                             An easier way
$5.00
                                                                                                                   to pay for college.
Student	I.D.	Card:		All	students	must	wear	an	identification	card.		
The replacement fees will be assessed for any lost or stolen cards.
                                                                                 Advantages
Revision Policy                                                                  • Easy online enrollment
It is important that you plan your schedule carefully before you                 • Monthly payment plan
register. Registration constitutes an agreement between you and
the College to follow the program selected.                                      • Flexible payment options
That	program	is	final	and	will	not	be	changed,	except	for	the	                   • No interest
following conditions:

•	   Class is canceled by the College. (No Charge)                               Payment Methods
                                                                                               Why wait in line?
                                                                                 • Automatic bank payment (ACH)
•	   Programming error made by the college; registration records
     must show error. (No Charge)                                                      Avoid the registration rush,
                                                                                 • Credit card/debit card
                                                                                     enroll in your spring classes at
•	   Student fails a course that is the prerequisite for a course in
     which	he/she	has	officially	registered.		Student	must	bring	                Payments are processed on the 5th of each month and will
     proof of failure (i.e., grade report)
                                                                                 continue until the balance is paid in full. Use your credit cards
Tuition Waivers                                                                  wisely, pay on time to avoid penalties for late payment or fees.
Full-time employees of the City Colleges of Chicago and their
dependents (employee must accompany dependent and present ID
and copy of latest 1040 form proving student is a dependent) may                 Cost to Participate
register for classes tuition-free consistent with applicable collective
bargaining contract provisions for covered employees. Fees are                   • $30 enrollment fee per semester (ACH & credit card)
due at time of registration.
                                                                                 • $2 enrollment fee for an immediate full payment
•	   Senior Citizens                                                             • $25 returned payment fee if a payment is returned
     Senior	citizens	may	register,	tuition	free,	starting	the	first	day	
     of classes and there is a 6 credit hour limit. Over 6 credit
     hours, senior citizens must pay for additional tuition. Proof               Simple Steps to Enroll in
     of	senior	citizen	status	is	required	(age	65	or	older)—official	
     birth	certificate,	driver’s	license,	CTA	special	users	pass—and,	           the Payment Plan
     MUST be present at time of registration. Senior citizens are still
                                                                                 • Go to oliveharvey.ccc.edu
     required to provide full payment for registration, activity and
     any lab fees at the time of registration.                                   • Select Tuition Payment Plan, under “Quick Links”
•	   Public Aid Recipients                                                       • Print 2 copies of your completed agreement & bring
     Public Aid recipients may be eligible for a tuition waiver of up            1 copy to the College Business Office
     to six credit hours if their Public Aid number does not start
     with	a	“9”	and	they	are	not	eligible	for	financial	aid.		Over	6	
     credit hours, recipients must pay for additional tuition. Public
                                                                                                                       For additional help,
     Aid Recipients are still required to provide full payment for
     registration, activity and any lab fees at the time of registration.                                              please call us at
                                                                                     formerly FACTSManagement Co.      800.609.8056.


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TUITION & FEES (CONTINUED)
                                                                                  Class Cancellation
PAYMENT PLAN OPTIONS                                                              If the college administration cancels a class, all tuition and fees for
                                                                                  that course will be fully refunded. Refunds take 4 to 6 weeks and
    Get The Facts                                                                 are refundable by check or credit card.
    Automatic transfer from your checking, savings, or credit card
    account:                                                                      Refunds - NO SHOW Withdrawal (NSW)
     Summer 2010                                                                  No refunds of tuition and/or fees will be issued for classes with
    What You Need
     e-Cashier available on April 5, 2010                                         no-show withdrawals. Students will be held accountable for the
    •	 A checking, savings, or credit card account (Visa, MasterCard,
     Full payments may be made on e-Cashier June 22, 2010                         payment	of	tuition	and	fees	of	NSW	courses.		Federal	financial	aid	
         Discover, or American Express)                                           cannot	be	used	to	cover	the	cost	of	NSW	classes.		Students	who	
    •	 A routing number for your bank account or credit card number               do	not	attend	any	of	the	first	three	class	sessions	will	be	withdrawn	
     Option            Required            Number of         Months of
    •	 Your	student	identification	(I.D.)	number	(Inputting	incorrect	ID	
     Deadline will affect payment posting.)
                       down                payments          payments             from	the	class	by	the	instructor	and	issued	an	NSW.		Students	who	
         number                                                                   do	not	attend	the	first	class	session	of	a	course,	which	meets	only	
                       payment
    •	 Name, address, and e-mail address of the responsible party                 once	per	week,	will	be	considered	a	no-show	(NSW).	For	class	
     May 15            30%                 2                 June & July
                                                                                  duration longer or shorter than 16 weeks, the numbers of days for
    June 19             50%                1                   July only          which a no show will be calculated will vary proportionately.
    TARGET DATES BY WHICH TO ENROLL:
                                                                                  Payment of any outstanding tuition and fees will be required prior to
    Fall 2010                                                                     any subsequent registrations.
    e-Cashier available on April 5, 2010
    Full payments may be made on e-Cashier September 25, 2010
                                                                                  Distance Learning Courses
    Option              Required           Number of           Months of
                                                                                  Students registered in distance learning courses who fail to log-on
    Deadline            down               payments            payments
                        payment                                                   to the web site for their course at least two (2) times before the 10th
    July 23             25%                2                   Aug-Nov            day	of	the	term	will	be	withdrawn	from	the	class	and	issued	a	NSW.	
                                                                                  Students	who	receive	NSW	are	still	responsible	for	all	tuition	and	
    Aug 23              35%                1                   Sept-Nov           fees associated with the registration.
    Sept 21             40%                1                   Oct & Nov
                                                                                  CDL fees are non-refundable even if class is withdrawn prior to
                                                                                  the start of class.
    NOTICE: Students that apply online must come to the College
    within 24 hours of registration to secure their class schedule.               Student-Initiated Withdrawal
    Students using a credit card may pay in full through Nelnet for a             It	is	the	student’s	responsibility	to	officially	withdraw	from	courses.		
    $2.00 processing fee. OHC has the right to adjust your balance due            Failure to withdraw will result in mandatory payment of tuition and
    and/or payment amount in the event the initial balance budgeted is            fees	and/or	a	failing	grade.	For	a	normal	16-week	class	100%	of	
    incorrect. OHC may also adjust your balance due and/or payment                applicable tuition (or non-resident tuition) shall be refunded if a
    amount if you change the service provided by OHC.                             student	withdraws	formally	within	the	first	7	calendar	days	of	the	
                                                                                  start date of the class (including weekends and holidays). No refund
                                                                                  will	be	allowed	if	a	student	withdraws	formally	after	the	first	7	days	
    REFUND POLICY                                                                 of class. For classes with class duration longer or shorter than
                                                                                  16	weeks,	the	number	of	days	(starting	from	the	first	day	of	class)	
    Refund – Credit Courses                                                       allotted	for	formal	withdrawal	and	eligible	for	a	100%	tuition	refund	
    Refunds	for	student-initiated	withdrawals	(WTH)	are	available	at	100%	        will vary proportionally.
    of tuition and applicable fees (excluding activity fee, registration fee,
    and	CDL	fee)	only	if	processed	before	the	first	day	of	class.		For	a	         •	     If a student withdraws formally from a laboratory class, lab
    normal	16-week	class,	tuition	shall	be	refunded	at	100%	if	a	student	                fees will be refunded at the same percentage applied to the
    withdraws	formally	within	the	first	7	days	of	the	class	(including	                  corresponding tuition refund.
    weekends and holidays). No refund will be allowed if a student
    withdraws	formally	after	the	first	7	days	of	the	class.		(No	refund	of	       •	     There	will	be	no	refund	for	Workforce	and	Community	Education	
    registration, activity or CDL fees.)                                                 classes once classes have begun.

    For classes such as summer, mini, and special sessions, with class             •	 If a student changes classes (i.e., revises or add/drops classes),
    durations longer or shorter than 16 weeks, the number of days (starting            the applicable refund policy will be applied to the calculation of
    from	the	first	day	of	class)	allotted	for	formal	withdrawal	that	are	eligible	     all tuition and fees.
    for	an	100%	tuition	refund	will	vary	proportionally.	Refer	to	your	class	
    schedules for refund dates.                                                    Student may withdraw online or in-person in Room 1405.

    Refunds – Adult and Continuing Education                                      Refund Dates
    Refunds	for	student	initiated	withdrawals	(WTH)	are	available	at	100%	        Refer to your STUDY LIST for refund dates. Arrange for withdrawals
    of tuition and fees if processed BEFORE	the	first	day	of	class	(less	         in	the	Registrar’s	office,	Room	1405.		Please	allow	four	to	six	weeks	
    applicable course withdrawal charges and non-refundable registration          from the start of the semester to receive your refund.
    charges). No refunds are issued once classes have begun. (NO
    EXCEPTIONS.)
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TUITION & FEES/ COURSE GRID
IMPORTANT: Registration charges and program fees are non refundable. Once you register for classes, you are responsible
for the total tuition and fees unless you withdraw from classes. It is the student’s responsibility to withdraw from classes.

TUITION CHARGEBACK
Chicago residents who wish to enroll in a program not available at any of the City Colleges of Chicago may apply for tuition
assistance to attend another public community college in Illinois where the desired career program is offered. Applications may
be obtained and additional questions answered by calling the Chargeback Info line at (312) 553-2764 at least thirty (30) days
prior to the beginning date of the semester or term of enrollment at the college the student plans to attend.

Non-Chicago residents who plan to enroll in an Olive-Harvey program not available at a community college in their district
should apply for tuition assistance at their local community college office or at their high school district in those districts having
no community college board.



COURSE GRID
               Course Scheduling Grid (Spring/Fall)
Course Scheduling Grid Fall 2010
                  Monday         Tuesday           Wednesday          Thursday             Friday   Saturday
 8:00AM to 9:20AM A              B                 A                  B                    V        SA




 9:35AM to 10:55AM C             D                 C                  D                    W        SB




 11:10AM to 12:30PM E            F                 E                  F                    X        SC




 12:45PM to 2:05PM G             J                 G                  J                    Y        SD




 2:20PM to 3:40PM K              L                 K                  L                    Z        SE




 3:55PM to 5:15PM M              N                 M                  N                             SF




 5:30PM to 6:50PM P              Q                 P                  Q                    XX




 7:05PM to 8:25PM R              S                 R                  S                    YY




 8:40PM to 10:00PM T             U                 T                  U                    ZZ




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FALL SEMESTER 2010
                                                                                              M=Monday • T=Tuesday • W=Wednesday • R=Thursday • F=Friday • SAT=Saturday • SUN=Sunday
Classes Start August 23, 2010
Class #    subjeCt                No.         seCtioN          Cr. Hrs.         time                                            Days         room        iNstruCtor

AFRICAN-AMERICAN STUDIES
African-American Studies
60890 AFRO AM                     101         A                      3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                                 MW          L302         Allen
60891 AFRO AM                     101         B                      3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                                 TR          L302         Thomas
HYBRID COURSE: AFRO AM 101-B2 students will meet half of the time in the classroom and half of the time online using Blackboard.
62166 AFRO AM                  101         B2                    3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                                T                L303         Moore
60892 AFRO AM                  101         C                     3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                               MW               L302         Allen
60893 AFRO AM                  101         D                     3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                               TR               L302         Moore
60896 AFRO AM                  101         E                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                              MW               L302         Johnson
60897 AFRO AM                  101         F                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                              TR               L302         Moore
60898 AFRO AM                  101         J                     3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                               TR               L302         Allen
60899 AFRO AM                  101         K                     3          2:20 PM–3:40 PM                                MW               L302         Allen
60902 AFRO AM                  101         M                     3          3:55 PM–5:15 PM                                MW               L302         Watkins
60903 AFRO AM                  101         Q                     3          5:30 PM–6:50 PM                                TR               L302         Allen
60904 AFRO AM                  101         R                     3          7:05 PM–8:25 PM                                MW               L302         Watkins
60905 AFRO AM                  101         WX                    3          9:35 AM–12:30 PM                               F                L302         Johnson
60906 AFRO AM                  101         SBC                   3          9:35 AM–12:30 PM                               SAT              L302         Moore
60907 AFRO AM                  101         SUCD                  3          11:10 AM–2:05 PM                               SUN              L302         Crawford
Hip Hop: Culture & Politics
60908 AFRO AM                  214         C                     3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                               MW               L303         Johnson
African-American History Mod.
61217 HISTORY                  247         J                     3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                               TR               L303         Watkins
Contemporary Af. Am. Lit
62156 LIT                      121         J                     3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                               TR               2103         Moore
Analysis of White Racism - Prerequisites: Placement Test, or English 100 with a grade of C or better, or consent of department chair.
62519 POL SCI                  211         E                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                              MW               L303         Allen
Black Psychology - Prerequisites: Psychology 201, or consent of department chair.
62586 PSYCH                    209         R                     3          9:35 AM–12:30 PM                               F                L303         Rogers

ART
Art Appreciation
60909 ART                        103         C                          3           9:35 AM–10:55 AM                             MW         3320         TBA
60910 ART                        103         F                          3           11:10 AM–12:30 PM                            TR         3320         TBA
60911 ART                        103         J                          3           12:45 PM–2:05 PM                             TR         3320         TBA
60912 ART                        103         M                          3           3:55 PM–5:15 PM                              MW         3320         TBA
60913 ART                        103         Q                          3           5:30 PM–6:50 PM                              TR         3320         TBA
60914 ART                        103         SCD                        3           11:10 AM–2:05 PM                             SAT        3320         TBA
General Drawing - Lab Fee: $30
62250 ART                        131-2 KX                               3           2:20 PM–4:55 PM                              MW         3204         Carr
Intro to the Visual Arts - Prerequisites: ART 131 or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
62251 ART                        141         N                          3           3:55 PM–4:15 PM                              TR         3204         Duran
                                             NX                                     4:20 PM–5:15 PM                              TR         3204         Duran
Advanced Figure Drawing
62260 ART                        143-1 EX                               3           11:05 AM–2:05 PM                             MW         3204         Carr
Two Dimensional Design
62263 ART                        144-1 CEX                              3           9:35 AM–1:15 PM                              MW         3204         Duran
Three Dimensional Design
62273 ART                        145-1 JLX                              3           12:45 PM–3:15 PM                             TR         3204         Carr
Water Color Painting
62279 ART                        163         D                          2           9:35 AM–10:10 AM                             TR         3204         Carr
                                             DX                                     10:10 AM–11:00 AM                            TR         3204         Carr
Communications Design I - Prerequisites: Art 144 or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
62282 ART                        172         DF                         3           11:10 AM–12:05 PM                            TR         3203         Duran
                                             DFX                                    12:10 PM–1:00 PM                             TR         3203         Duran
Graphics Design I
62284 ART                        176         G                          3           1:20 PM–2:00 PM                              MW         3203         Duran
                                             GX                                     2:05 PM–3:05 PM                              MW         3203         Duran
Advanced Ceramics - Prerequisites: ART 196 or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
62287 ART                        197         N                          3           3:55 PM–6:30 PM                              TR         3206         Carr
Individual Art Project - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101 or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
62292 ART                        200         XY                         2           11:10 AM–12:00 PM                            F          TBA          Duran
                                                                                    12:05 AM–1:45 PM                             F                       Duran
62294 ART                        200         XY2                        2           11:10 AM–12:00 PM                            F          TBA          Carr
                                                                                    12:05 AM–1:45 PM                             F                       Carr
BIOLOGY
Human Nutrition
62298 BIOLOGY                   107         P                       3             5:30PM–6:50PM                                 MW          3403         Roberts
General Ed Biology I w/lab - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101. Lab Fee: $30
62301 BIOLOGY                   114         AC                      4             8:30 AM–9:55 AM                               MW          3426         TBA
                                            ACX                                   10:00 AM–10:45 AM                             MW          3426         TBA
62304 BIOLOGY                   114         BD                      4             8:30 AM–9:55 AM                               TR          3426         TBA
                                            BDX                                   10:00 AM–10:45 AM                             TR          3426         TBA



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FALL SEMESTER 2010                                                                                                       Classes Start August 23, 2010

Class #   subjeCt               No.      seCtioN             Cr. Hrs.                   time                             Days        room       iNstruCtor
62310      BIOLOGY               114        RT                         4                     7:00 PM–8:25 PM                MW         3426       TBA
                                            RTX                                              8:30 PM–9:15 PM                MW         3426       TBA
62312 BIOLOGY                      114      SAD                        4                     8:30 AM–11:30 AM               SAT        3426       Bhatti
                                            SADX                                             11:35 AM–1:40 PM               SAT        3426       Bhatti
Human Biology w/lab - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101. Lab Fee: $30
62315 BIOLOGY                      115      EG                         4                     11:30 AM–12:55 PM              MW         3419       Bhatti
                                            EGX                                              1:00 PM–1:45 PM                MW         3419       Bhatti
Anatomy & Physiology w/lab - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101. Reserved for students enrolled in the Respiratory and Radiology Programs.
Lab Fee: $30
62323 BIOLOGY                      116      BD                         4                     8:30 AM–9:25 AM                TR         3401       Smith
                                            BDX                                              9:30 AM–11:20 AM               TR         3401       Smith
Terminology for Medical Career
62329 BIOLOGY                      120      FF                         3                     11:30 AM–12:45 PM              TR         3225       Kamal
62329 BIOLOGY                      120      K                          3                     2:20 AM–3:40 PM                MW         3225       Rufus
Biology I w/lab - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101. Lab Fee: $30
62331 BIOLOGY                      121      AC                         5                     8:30 AM–10:20 AM               MW         3419       TBA
                                            ACX                                              10:25 AM–11:20 AM              MW         3419       TBA
62333 BIOLOGY                      121      BD                         5                     8:30 AM–10:20 AM               TR         3419       TBA
                                            BDX                                              10:25 AM–11:20 AM              TR         3419       TBA
62338 BIOLOGY                      121      EG                         5                     11:30 AM–12:20 PM              MW         3401       Smith
                                            EGX                                              12:25 PM–2:20 PM               MW         3401       Smith
62342 BIOLOGY                      121      FJ                         5                     11:30 AM–12:20 PM              TR         3419       Roberts
                                            FJX                                              12:25 PM–2:20 PM               TR         3419       Roberts
62346 BIOLOGY                      121      NQ                         5                     4:00 PM–5:45 PM                TR         3419       Roberts
                                            NQX                                              5:50 PM–6:50 PM                TR         3419       Roberts
62349 BIOLOGY                      121      RT                         5                     7:00 PM–8:45 PM                MW         3419       Ali
                                            RTX                                              8:50 PM–9:50 PM                MW         3419       Ali
62354 BIOLOGY                      121      VW                         5                     8:30 AM–9:55 AM                F          3419       Smith
                                            VWX                                              10:00 AM–2:00 PM               F          3419       Smith
62358 BIOLOGY                      121      SAD                        5                     8:30 AM–9:55 AM                SAT        3419       TBA
                                            SADX                                             10:00 AM–2:00 PM               SAT        3419       TBA
Biology II w/lab - Prerequisites: BIOLOGY 121 or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
62363 BIOLOGY                      122      SU                         5                     7:00 PM–8:45 PM                TR         3426       Pergams
                                            SUX                                              8:50 PM–9:50 PM                TR         3426       Pergams
Human Structure & Function I w/lab - Prerequisites: BIOLOGY 111, 114 or 121, or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
62367 BIOLOGY                      226      BD                         4                     8:30 AM–9:25 AM                TR         3421       Kamal
                                            BDX                                              9:30 AM–11:30 AM               TR         3421       Kamal
62372 BIOLOGY                      226      EG                         4                     11:30 AM–12:15 PM              MW         3421       Kamal
                                            EGX                                              12:20 PM–2:20 PM               MW         3421       Kamal
62382 BIOLOGY                      226      SU                         4                     7:00 PM–8:45 PM                TR         3421       Ali
                                            SUX                                              8:50 PM–9:50 PM                TR         3421       Ali
62387 BIOLOGY                      226      SAD                        4                     8:30 AM–11:30 AM               SAT        3421       Jawed
                                            SADX                                             11:35 AM–1:40 PM               SAT        3421       Jawed
Human Structure & Function II w/lab - Prerequisites: BIOLOGY 226 or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
62392 BIOLOGY                      227      AC                         4                     8:30 AM–9:15 AM                MW         3421       TBA
                                            ACX                                              9:20 AM–11:20 AM               MW         3421       TBA
62396 BIOLOGY                      227      FJ                         4                     11:30 AM–12:15 PM              TR         3401       Mohanty
                                            FJX                                              12:20 PM–2:20 PM               TR         3401       Mohanty
62399 BIOLOGY                      227      RT                         4                     7:00 PM–7:45 PM                MW         3421       TBA
                                            RTX                                              7:50 PM–9:50 PM                MW         3421       TBA
BUSINESS
Intro to Business
62683 BUSINES                  111         C                     3                     9:35 AM–10:55 AM                 MW        L406          Garner
62688 BUSINES                  111         D                     3                     9:35 AM–10:55 AM                 TR        L406          Garner
62689 BUSINES                  111         P                     3                     5:30 PM–6:50 PM                  MW        L406          Harris
Financial Accounting - Prerequisites: Business 100 or Business 111 or concurrent enrollment in Business 141 or consent of department chair.
62690 BUSINES                  181         D                     4                     9:35 AM–11:25 AM                 TR        TBA           TBA
Managerial Accounting - Prerequsites: Business 181, or consent of department chair.
67273 BUSINES                  182         P                     4                     7:07 PM–8:25 PM                  MW        TBA           TBA
Comp Apps Int Accounting - Prerequisites: Concurrent enrollment in Business 205.
62692 BUSINES                  204         E                     1                     5:20 PM–7:00 PM                  MW        TBA           Tape
Intermediate Accounting - Prerequistes: Concurrent enrollment in Business 204.
62693 BUSINES                  205         G                     3                     12:45 AM–2:05 AM                 MW        TBA           Tape
Business Law 1
62700 BUSINES                  211         PR1                   3                     5:30 PM–8:10 PM                  M         TBA           Thomas
Legal and Social Environment
62701 BUSINES                  214         PR2                   3                     5:30 PM–8:10 PM                  W         TBA           Thomas
Human Resources Management
62704 BUSINES                  271         Q                     3                     5:30 PM–6:50 PM                  TR        L406          Thomas




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Class #    subjeCt               No.     seCtioN     Cr. Hrs.                time                                         Days       room       iNstruCtor


CHEMISTRY
Chemical Calculations & Basic Chemistry I - Prerequisites: Eligibility for Mathematics 99 or higher, and concurrent enrollment in Chemistry 100/121, or consent of
department chair; completion of, or eligibility for, English 101. Lab Fee: $30
62401 CHEM                        100            AC          5                  9:00 AM–9:20 AM                               MW         3101        Colinet
                                                 ACX                            9:25 AM–9:45 AM                               MW         3101        Colinet
62408 CHEM                        121            CE                             9:50 AM–10:40 AM                              MW         3101        Colinet
                                                 CEX                            10:45 AM–12:30 PM                             MW         3101        Colinet
62413 CHEM                        100            D           5                  9:30 AM–9:50 AM                               TR         3101        Sen
                                                 DX                             9:55 AM–10:15 AM                              TR         3101        Sen
62417 CHEM                        121            DFJ                            10:20 AM–11:10 AM                             TR         3101        Sen
                                                 DFJX                           11:15 AM–1:00 PM                              TR         3101        Sen
62427 CHEM                        100            GK          5                  1:45 PM–2:05 PM                               MW         3101        Forrester
                                                 GKX                            2:10 PM–2:30 PM                               MW         3101        Forrester
62435 CHEM                        121            KMP                            2:35 PM–3:25 PM                               MW         3101        Forrester
                                                 KMPX                           3:30 PM–5:15 PM                               MW         3101        Forrester
62441 CHEM                        100            P           5                  6:00 PM–6:20 PM                               MW         3101        TBA
                                                 PX                             6:25 PM–6:45 PM                               MW         3101        TBA
62445 CHEM                        121            PRT                            6:50 PM–7:40 PM                               MW         3101        TBA
                                                 PRTX                           7:45 PM–9:30 PM                               MW         3101        TBA
62454 CHEM                        100            Q           5                  6:00 PM–6:20 PM                               TR         3101        Forrester
                                                 QX                             6:25 PM–6:45 PM                               TR         3101        Forrester
62461 CHEM                        121            QSU                            6:50 PM–7:40 PM                               TR         3101        Forrester
                                                 QSUX                           7:45 PM–9:30 PM                               TR         3101        Forrester
General Chemistry I - Prerequisites: Eligibility for Mathematics 140 or higher, and grade of C or better in Chemistry 121 or one year of high school
chemistry or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
62520 CHEM                        201            DFJ                            9:30 AM–11:25 AM                              TR         3102        Colinet
                                                 DFJX                           11:30 AM–1:30 PM                              TR         3102        Colinet
62522 CHEM                        201            GK                             1:45 PM–3:40 PM                               MW         3102        Sen
                                                 KMPX                           3:45 PM–5:45 PM                               MW         3102        Sen
62524 CHEM                        201            QSU                            6:00 PM–7:55 PM                               TR         3102        Ferguson
                                                 QSUX                           8:00 PM–9:55 PM                               TR         3102        Ferguson
Organic Chemistry I - Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Chemistry 201 or 203, or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
62526 CHEM                        205-1 PRT                  6                  6:00 PM–8:00 PM                               MW         3102        Ferguson
                                                 PRTX                           8:05 PM–9:55 PM                               MW         3102        Ferguson

CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Human Growth & Dev I - Prerequisites: Placement test or English 101.
62709 CHLD DV                    101       A                     4         9:00 AM–10:45 AM                          MW              2304       Connor
62730 CHLD DV                    101       Q                     4         5:30 PM–7:20 PM                           TR              2304       Cobbins
Human Growth & Dev II - Prerequisites: Child Development 101 or consent of department chair.
62731 CHLD DV                    102       MP                    3         3:55 PM–5:15 PM                           MW              2304       Cobbins
Health,Safety, & Nutrition
62733 CHLD DV                    107       P                     3         5:30 PM–6:50 PM                           MW              2304       Jackson
Language Development - Prerequisites: Child Development 101 or consent of department chair.
67274 CHLD DV                    109       E                     3         11:10 AM–12:30 PM                         MW              TBA        TBA
62734 CHLD DV                    109       R                     3          7:05 AM–8:25 PM                          MW              TBA        TBA
Into to Early Childhood Education
62735 CHLD DV                    120       SAB                   3         8:15 AM–10:55 AM                          S               SoChi      TBA
62735 CHLD DV                    120       D                     3         9:35 AM–10:55 AM                          TR              2304       Cobbins
Science & Math for Yng Child - Prerequisites: Child Development 101 or consent of department chair.
62771 CHLD DV                    143       J                     3         12:45 PM–2:05 PM                          TR              2303       Cobbins
Creative Activities for Children - Lab Fee: $50
62774 CHLD DV                    149       A                     3         9:00 AM–10:00 AM                          MW              2303       May
                                           AX                              10:05 AM–10:45 AM                         MW              2303       TBA
Obsrv & Mgmt of Chld Behav - Prerequisites: Child Development 101 or consent of department chair.
62769 CHLD DV                    201       D                     3         9:35 AM–10:55 AM                          TR              2305       TBA
62769 CHLD DV                    201       S                     3         7:05 PM–8:25 PM                           TR              2305       Jackson
Develpmt of the Exceptional Child - Prerequisites: Child Development 101 or consent of department chair.
62779 CHLD DV                    205       F                     3         11:10 AM–12:30 PM                         TR              2305       May
Preschool Education - Prerequistes: Child Development 101 or consent of department chair.
62792 CHLD DV                    258       E                     4         11:10 AM–12:55 PM                         MW              TBA        May
Practicum in Preschool Ed - Prerequisites: Child Development 258 and consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $80
62793 CHLD DV                    259       J                     3         12:45PM–2:05 PM                           TR              2305       May
           CHLD DV               259       JX                              TBD                                       TBD             Off Site   May
62795 CHLD DV                    259       R                     3         7:05 PM–8:25 PM                           MW              3305       Jackson
           CHLD DV               259       RX                              TBD                                       TBD             Off Site   Jackson
Child, Family, and Community Relations - Prerequisites: Child Development 258 and consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $80
65909 CHLD DV                    262       G                     3         1:00PM–2:20 PM                            MW              2305       Cobbins

COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR
College Success Seminar
62528 INTDSP                     101        A                     3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                              MW         2413       TBA
62529 INTDSP                     101        C                     3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                             MW         2413       TBA
62530 INTDSP                     101        E                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                            MW         2413       TBA
62531 INTDSP                     101        F                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                            TR         2413       TBA

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Class #    subjeCt               No.        seCtioN          Cr. Hrs.         time                                        Days       room      iNstruCtor
College Success Seminar(continued)
62532 INTDSP                101             G                     3           12:45 PM–2:05 PM                            MW         2413      TBA
62533 INTDSP                101             J                     3           12:45 PM–2:05 PM                            TR         2413      TBA
62534 INTDSP                101             P                     3           5:30 PM–6:50 PM                             MW         2413      TBA
62535 INTDSP                101             Q                     3           5:30 PM–6:50 PM                             TR         2413      TBA
62536 INTDSP                101             WX                    3           9:35 AM–12:30 PM                            F          2413      TBA

NOTE: Sections below are part of the OHC STEM Learning Communities Program. Please see page 21 for more information.
63586 INTDSP           101       A2            3       8:00 AM–9:20 AM                  MW      TBA    TBA
LEARNING COMMUNITY: INTDSP 101 Section A2 students must enroll in MATH 098 Section AC3 (South Chgo Campus)
62537 INTDSP           101       B             3       8:00 AM–9:20 AM                  TR      TBA    TBA
LEARNING COMMUNITY: INTDSP 101 Section B students must enroll in MATH 098 Section DF2
62538 INTDSP           101       C2            3       9:35 AM–10:55 AM                 MW      TBA    TBA
LEARNING COMMUNITY: INTDSP 101 Section C2 students must enroll in ENGLISH 100 Section A
62539 INTDSP           101       D             3       9:35 AM–10:55 AM                 TR      TBA    TBA
LEARNING COMMUNITY: INTDSP 101 Section D students must enroll in READING 125 Section B
62541 INTDSP           101       M             3       3:55 PM–5:15 PM                  MW      TBA    TBA
LEARNING COMMUNITY: INTDSP 101 Section M students must enroll in ENGLISH 100 Section K

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CIS)
Intro to Computer Info Systems - Prerequisites: Placement Test or consent of department chair.
62798	 CIS	           	           101	      J	        	           3	         12:45	PM–2:05	PM	         	         TR	        L403	              Griffin
Intro to BASIC - Prerequisites: Placement Test and Math 099 or higher, or consent of department chair.
60915 CIS                         103       F                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                   TR         L403               Hampton
Intro to Microcomputers
62799 CIS                         120       B                     3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                     TR         L403               Inwang
62800 CIS                         120       C                     3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                    MW         L403               Inwang
62801 CIS                         120       D                     3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                    TR         L403               Inwang
62802 CIS                         120       E                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                   MW         L403               Inwang
62803 CIS                         120       F                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                   TR         L401               Inwang
62804 CIS                         120       P                     3          5:30 PM–6:50 PM                     MW         L403               TBA
HYBRID COURSE: CIS 120-S students will meet half of the time in the classroom and half of the time online using Blackboard.
62822 CIS                         120       S                     3          7:05 PM–8:25 PM                     TR         L403               Hampton
63072	 CIS	           	           120	      Q1	       	           3	         5:30	PM–8:25	PM		         	         T	         L405	              Griffin
62828 CIS                         120       WX                    3          9:35 AM–12:30PM                     F          L403               Hampton
Intro to Spreadsheets
62829 CIS                         123       J                     3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                    TR         L401               TBA
CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Admin of Criminal Justice
60916 CRM JUS                    102         B                    3           8:00 AM–9:20 AM                               TR          2301   TBA
60917 CRM JUS                    102         R                    3           7:05 PM–8:25 PM                               MW          2301   TBA
Admin of Juvenile Justice
90920 CRM JUS                    114         S                    3           7:05 PM–8:25 PM                               TR          2302   TBA
Issues in Criminal Justice - Prerequisites: Placement Test, or English 100 with a grade of C or better, or consent of department chair.
60921 CRM JUS                    202         D                    3           9:35 AM–10:55 AM                              TR          L303   TBA
Intro to Investigation
60923 CRM JUS                    211         G                    3           12:45 PM–2:05 PM                              MW          2302   TBA
Police Organization & Mgmt - Prerequisites: Placement Test, or English 100 with a grade of C or better, or consent of department chair.
60922 CRM JUS                    221         K                    3           2:20 PM–3:40 PM                               MW          2302   TBA
Criminal Law & Procedure - Prerequisites: Consent of department chair.
60924 CRM JUS                    234         Q                    3           5:30 PM–6:50 PM                               TR          2301   TBA
Constitutional Law - Prerequisites: Consent of department chair.
60925 CRM JUS                    256         E                    3           11:10 AM–12:30 PM                             MW          L303   TBA

ECONOMICS
Consumer Economics - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
61032 ECON                      133         SU1                      3            7:05 PM–9:45 PM                         T          L302      Carter
Principles of Economics I - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
61033 ECON                      201         D                        3            9:35 AM–10:55 AM                        TR         2308      Carter
61034 ECON                      201         RT1                      3            7:05 PM–9:45 PM                         M          2308      Carter
Principles of Economics II - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
61035 ECON                      202         F                        3            11:10 AM–12:30 PM                       TR         2303      Carter
61036 ECON                      202         RT2                      3            7:05 PM–9:45 PM                         W          2308      Carter

ENGLISH
Developmental Comp.I - Prerequisites: Placement test or consent of department chair.
61037 ENGLISH                98           A                     3         8:00 AM–9:20 AM                                 MW         2102      TBA
61038 ENGLISH                98           C                     3         9:35 AM–10:55 AM                                MW         2102      TBA
61039 ENGLISH                98           D                     3         9:35 AM–10:55 AM                                TR         2102      Graham
61040 ENGLISH                98           E                     3         11:10 AM–12:30 PM                               MW         2102      TBA
61041 ENGLISH                98           F                     3         11:10AM –12:30 PM                               TR         2102      Brown
61042 ENGLISH                98           G                     3         12:45 PM–2:05 PM                                MW         2102      TBA
61043 ENGLISH                98           J                     3         12:45 PM–2:05 PM                                TR         2102      Brown
61044 ENGLISH                98           Q                     3         5:30 PM–6:50 PM                                 TR         2102      Pennington-Jones
61045 ENGLISH                98           R                     3         7:05 PM–8:25 PM                                 MW         2102      TBA
61046 ENGLISH                98           SAB                   3         8:00 AM–10:55 AM                                SAT        2102      TBA
61047 ENGLISH                98           SUCD                  3         11:10 AM–2:05 PM                                SUN        2102      TBA
61048 ENGLISH                98           WX                    3         9:35 AM–12:30 PM                                F          2102      TBA
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Class #    subjeCt              No.        seCtioN         Cr. Hrs.         time                                    Days      room       iNstruCtor
Basic Writing Skills - Prerequisites: Placement test, or Grade of C or better in English 098.
61049 ENGLISH                     100       A                       3            8:00 AM–9:20 AM                     MW  2103            Watson
61050 ENGLISH                     100       B                       3            8:00 AM–9:20 AM                     TR  2103            Okoro
61052 ENGLISH                     100       C                       3            9:35 AM–10:55 AM                    MW  2103            Ellens-Manuel
61053 ENGLISH                     100       D                       3            9:35 AM–10:55 AM                    TR  2103            Brown
61057 ENGLISH                     100       E                       3            11:10 AM–12:30 PM                   MW  2103            Ellens-Manuel
61058 ENGLISH                     100       K                       3            2:20 PM–3:40 PM                     MW  2102            Ellens-Manuel
61060 ENGLISH                     100       N                       3            3:55 PM–5:15 PM                     TR  2102            Graham
61061 ENGLISH                     100       P                       3            5:30 PM–6:50 PM                     MW  2102            TBA
61062 ENGLISH                     100       S                       3            7:05 PM–8:25 PM                     TR  2102            Okoro
61063 ENGLISH                     100       SBC                     3            9:35 AM–12:30 PM                    SAT 2103            TBA
61064 ENGLISH                     100       SUCD                    3            11:10 AM–2:05 PM                    SUN 2103            TBA
Composition - Prerequisites: Placement test, or Grade of C or better in English 100, or consent of department chair.
61073 ENGLISH                     101       A                       3            8:00 AM–9:20 AM                     MW  2106            TBA
61074 ENGLISH                     101       B                       3            8:00 AM–9:20 AM                     TR  2106            TBA
HYBRID COURSE: ENGLISH 101-B2 students will meet half of the time in the classroom and half of the time online using Blackboard.
62168 ENGLISH                     101       B2                      3            8:00 AM–9:20 AM                     R   2102            TBA
61077 ENGLISH                     101       C1                      3            9:35 AM–10:55 AM                    MW  2108            Watson
61086 ENGLISH                     101       C2                      3            9:35 AM–10:55 AM                    MW  2114            TBA
61087 ENGLISH                     101       D                       3            9:35 AM–10:55 AM                    TR  2108            Okoro
61088 ENGLISH                     101       F                       3            11:10 AM–12:30 PM                   TR  2108            Pennington-Jones
61089 ENGLISH                     101       G                       3            12:45 PM–2:05 PM                    MW  2108            Watson
61091 ENGLISH                     101       P                       3            5:30 PM–6:50 PM                     MW  2106            TBA
61099 ENGLISH                     101       SAB                     3            8:00 AM–10:55 AM                    SAT 2106            TBA
61118 ENGLISH                     101       SUDE                    3            12:45 PM–3:40 PM                    SUN 2106            TBA
61093 ENGLISH                     101       U                       3            8:40 PM–10:00 PM                    TR  2106            TBA
61119 ENGLISH                     101       WX                      3            9:35 AM–12:30 PM                    F   2103            TBA

SPECIAL ENGLISH 101 BLOCK
These classes are intended for students who want or need additional practice in writing. Prerequisites: English and reading placement test, or
completion of Integrated Communications Studies 100 or Advanced Integrated ESL 100 with grades of C or better.
Composition
61120 ENGLISH                    101        D                        3 9:35 AM–10:55 AM                TR       2113     TBA
Communication Skills
61121 ENGLISH                    197        F                        3 11:10 AM–12:30 PM               TR       2106     TBA
Composition II - Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in English 101.
61122 ENGLISH                    102        A                        3 8:00 AM–9:20 AM                 MW       2108     TBA
61123 ENGLISH                    102        B                        3 8:00 AM–9:20 AM                 TR       2108     TBA
61124 ENGLISH                    102        C                        3 9:35 AM–10:55 AM                MW       2113     Robinson-Dukes
61125 ENGLISH                    102        E                        3 11:10 AM–12:30 PM               MW       2106     Robinson-Dukes
61126 ENGLISH                    102        G                        3 12:45 PM–2:05 PM                MW       2103     Robinson-Dukes
61127 ENGLISH                    102        N                        3 3:55 PM–5:15 PM                 TR       2103     Pennington-Jones
61128 ENGLISH                    102        P                        3 5:30 PM–6:50 PM                 MW       2103     Watson
61129 ENGLISH                    102        S                        3 7:05 PM–8:25 PM                 TR       2103     TBA
61130 ENGLISH                    102        WX                       3 9:35 AM–12:30 PM                F        2106     TBA

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
These two courses must be taken concurrently.
Adv. Reading Skills - Prerequisites: Placement test or consent of department chair.
61131 ESL READ                   100       C                       3         9:35 AM–10:55 AM                       MW        2207       Cutcher
Communication Skills - Prerequisites: Placement test or consent of department chair.
61132 ESL WRIT                   100       E                       3         11:10 AM–12:30 PM                      MW        2207       Cutcher

ENTREPRENUERSHIP
Intro to Entrepreneuship
62834 ENTRE                   201          F                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                       TR        TBA        Garner
Opportunity & Recognition
32835 ENTRE                   202          G                     3          11:10AM–12:30 PM                        MW        TBA        Garner
Entrepreneurial Accounting & Finance
32836 ENTRE                   203          SU                    3          6:45 PM–10:00 PM                        T         TBA        TBA

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST
Introduction to Emergency Management - Prerequisites: Eligibility for English 101 or consent of department chair.
62841 ENVR TC                 100      P                         3           5:30 PM–6:50 PM                        MW        TBA        TBA
Basic Skills in Emergency Management - Prerequisites: Eligibility for English 101 or consent of department chair.
32842 ENVR TC                 102      R                         3           7:05 PM–8:25 PM                        MW        TBA        TBA

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
Emergency Medical Technician
62843 EMT                    101           CG                    6          9:35 AM–2:05 AM                         MW        TBA        TBA
62844 EMT                    101           QU                    6          5:30 PM–10:00 PM                        TR        TBA        Grooms




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Class #    subjeCt               No.        seCtioN         Cr. Hrs.         time                                    Days       room       iNstruCtor

FOUNDATIONAL STUDIES
Math Refresher l & II
These two courses must be taken concurrently (EG; FJ; QS; or PR). These courses prepare students for the Developmental Mathematics Program.
With the advice of an advisor, students may take certain college level courses along with these courses.
62467 FS MATH                      3001      EG1                     3          11:10 AM–2:00 PM                       M         2201      TBA
62468 FS MATH                      3002      EG2                     3          11:10 AM–2:00 PM                       W         2201      TBA

62469      FS MATH              3001       FJ1                   3          11:10 AM–2:00 PM                         T          2201      TBA
62470      FS MATH              3002       FJ2                   3          11:10 AM–2:00 PM                         R          2201      TBA

62471      FS MATH              3001       QS1                   3          5:30 PM–8:20 PM                          T          2201      TBA
62472      FS MATH              3002       QS2                   3          5:30 PM–8:20 PM                          R          2201      TBA

62473 FS MATH                      3001      PR1                     3          5:30 PM–8:20 PM                        M          2201       TBA
62474 FS MATH                      3002      PR2                     3          5:30 PM–8:20 PM                        W          2201       TBA
Rdg, Writ, Critical Think I & II
These two courses must be taken concurrently (D/F or P/R). These courses prepare students for the Developmental Reading and Writing Program.
With the advice of an advisor, students may take certain college level courses along with these courses.
62475 FS READ                      1004      D                       3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                       TR         TBA        TBA
62476 FS READ                      1005      F                       3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                      TR         TBA        TBA

62477      FS READ              1004       P                     3          5:30 PM–6:50 PM                          MW         TBA       TBA
62478      FS READ              1005       R                     3          7:05 PM–8:25 PM                          MW         TBA       TBA

FRENCH
First Course
62479 FRENCH                    101       EG                    4           11:10 AM–12:55 PM                        MW         3107      TBA
62480 FRENCH                    101       FJ                    4           11:10 AM–12:55 PM                        TR         3107      TBA
62481 FRENCH                    101       QS                    4           6:30 PM–8:15 PM                          TR         3107      TBA
Second Course - Prerequisites: Placement Test or French 101, or consent of department chair.
62482 FRENCH                    102       PR                    4           6:30 PM–8:15 PM                          MW         3301      TBA

HISTORY
American History to 1865 - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
61212 HISTORY                   111         E                         3            11:10 AM–12:30 PM                 MW         2308      Reyes
61213 HISTORY                   111         P                         3            5:30 PM–6:50 PM                   MW         2308
History of American People from 1865 - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
61214 HISTORY                   112         G                         3            12:45 PM–2:05 PM                  MW         2308      Reyes
61215 HISTORY                   112         S                         3            7:05 PM–8:25 PM                   TR         2308
History of Latin America - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
61216 HISTORY                   215         Q                         3            5:30 PM–6:50 PM                   TR         2308      TBA
African-American History Mod. - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
61217 HISTORY                   247         J                         3            12:45 PM–2:05 PM                  TR         L303      Watkins

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY STUDIES (Pending ICCB Approval)
Intro to Family Life
           HDFS                 XX1        J                     3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                         TR         TBA       Connor
Human Sexuality
           HDFS                 XX2        E                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                        MW         TBA       Connor

HUMANITIES
Pop Culture
61218 HUM                         107        G                         3           12:45 PM–2:05 PM                  MW         3301      Younge
Intro to Latin Amer/Latino - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
61219 HUM                         143        K                         3           2:20 PM–3:40 PM                   MW         3107      Reyes
General Humanities I - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
61220 HUM                         201        F                         3           11:10 AM–12:30 PM                 TR         3301      TBA
61221 HUM                         201        Q                         3           5:30 PM–6:50 PM                   TR         2106      Younge
General Humanities II - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
62134 HUM                         202        WX                        3           9:35 AM–12:30 PM                  F          3107      Younge
World Literature - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
62135 HUM                         205        E                         3           11:10 AM–12:30 PM                 MW         TBA       Younge

LITERATURE
Intro to Literature - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
62153 LIT                          110         Q                         3          5:30 PM–6:50 PM                  TR         2103      Okoro
Poetry - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
62154 LIT                          111         G                         3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                 MW         2106      Ellens-Manuel
Contemporary Af. Am. Lit - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
62156 LIT                          121         J                         3          12:45PM–2:05PM                   TR         2103      Moore
Women’s Literature - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
62163 LIT                          150         J                         3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                 TR         2106      Pennington-Jones


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Class #    subjeCt               No.        seCtioN          Cr. Hrs.         time                                        Days        room       iNstruCtor

MATH
Students registering for a mathematics course for the first time must take a placement test or consult with a member of the Mathematics Department. Registrants
must meet the minimum prerequisites for each course.
Element of Algebra - Prerequisites: Compass Placement Test or consent of department chair.
62483 MATH                          98        AC                     4           9:25 AM–11:05 AM                            MW         2201     Wucherer
62484 MATH                          98        DF1                    4           9:25 AM–11:05 AM                            TR         2201     Jordan
62487 MATH                          98        DF2                    4           9:25 AM–11:05 AM                            TR         2202     Roebuck
62485 MATH                          98        EG                     4           11:10 AM–12:50 PM                           MW         2202     Umunna
62486 MATH                          98        FJ                     4           11:10 AM–12:50 PM                           TR         2202     Davis
62488 MATH                          98        MP                     4           4:00 PM–5:50 PM                             MW         2202     Clark
62489 MATH                          98        PR                     4           6:30 PM–8:20 PM                             MW         2202     Clark
62890 MATH                          98        QS                     4           6:30 PM–8:20 PM                             TR         2202     Umunna
62491 MATH                          98        SAC                    4           9:00 AM–12:40 PM                            SAT        2201     TBA
62492 MATH                          98        WXY                    4           9:35 AM–1:15 PM                             F          2201     TBA
62493 MATH                          98        XYZ                    4           5:30 PM–9:10 PM                             F          2201     TBA
Intermediate Algebra - Prerequisites: Compass Placement Test or Grade of C or better in Math 098 or consent of department chair.
62494 MATH                          99        AC                     5           8:50 AM–10:55 AM                            MW         2203     Solomon
62495 MATH                          99        BD                     5           8:50 AM–10:55 AM                            TR         2203     Solomon
62496 MATH                          99        BD2                    5           8:50 AM–10:55 AM                            TR         2204     TBA
62497 MATH                          99        EG                     5           11:10 AM–1:15 PM                            MW         2203     Solomon
62498 MATH                          99        FJ                     5           11:10 AM–1:15 PM                            TR         2203     Umunna
62499 MATH                          99        GK                     5           12:45 PM–2:50 PM                            MW         2204     Wucherer
62500 MATH                          99        MP                     5           4:00 PM–6:05 PM                             MW         2204     Wucherer
62501 MATH                          99        RT                     5           7:05 PM–9:10 PM                             MW         2204     TBA
62502 MATH                          99        SU                     5           7:05 PM–9:10 PM                             TR         2204     Clark
62503 MATH                          99        SBD                    5           9:35 AM–1:45 PM                             SAT        2202     TBA
62504 MATH                          99        SUBD                   5           9:35 AM–2:05 PM                             SUN        2202     TBA
62505 MATH                          99        WXY                    5           9:35 AM–1:45 PM                             F          2202     TBA
General Ed Math- Prerequisites: Placement Test, or Math 099 with a C grade or better, or consent of department chair.
62506 MATH                          118       AC                     4           9:00 AM–10:40 AM                            MW         2205     Umunna
62507 MATH                          118       BD                     4           9:00 AM–10:40 AM                            TR         2205     Umunna
62542 MATH                          118       EG2                    4           11:10 AM–12:50 PM                           W                   Clark
HYBRID COURSE: MATH 118-EG2 students will meet half of the time in the classroom and half of the time online using Blackboard.
62508 MATH                          118       FJ                     4           11:10 AM–12:50 PM                           TR         2205     Wucherer
62543 MATH                          118       NQ1                    4           3:55 PM–5:35 PM                             T          2203     Clark
HYBRID COURSE: MATH 118-NQ1 students will meet half of the time in the classroom and half of the time online using Blackboard.
62509 MATH                          118       PR                     4           6:30 PM–8:20 PM                             MW         2203     TBA
62510 MATH                          118       SAC                    4           9:00 AM–12:40 PM                            SAT        2203     TBA
Math for Elem Teachers - Prerequisites: Placement Test, or Math 099 with a C grade or better, or consent of department chair.
62511 MATH                          121       NS1                    4           3:55 PM–7:55 PM                             T          2206     Davis
Intro Statistics - Prerequisites: Placement Test, or Math 099 with a C grade or better, or consent of department chair.
62512 MATH                          125-1 EG                         4           11:10 AM–12:50 PM                           MW         2205     Roebuck
62513 MATH                          125-1 QU1                        4           5:30 PM–9:10 PM                             T          2205     TBA
College Algebra- Prerequisites: Placement Test, or Math 099 with a C grade or better, or consent of department chair.
62514 MATH                          140       AC                     4           9:00 AM–10:40 AM                            MW         TBA      Roebuck
62544 MATH                          140       QS1                    4           6:00 PM–7:50 PM                             T          2203     Roebuck
HYBRID COURSE: MATH 140-QS1 students will meet half of the time in the classroom and half of the time online using Blackboard.
PreCalculus- Prerequisites: Math 140 with a grade of C or better, and Math 141, or Placement Test, or consent of department chair.
62515 MATH                          143       FJ                     5           11:50 AM–2:20 PM                            TR         2206     Jordan
Calculus I - Prerequisites: Math 140 with a grade of C or better, and Math 141, or Placement Test, or consent of department chair.
62516 MATH                          207       CE                     5           9:35 AM–11:40 AM                            MW         2206     Jordan

MICROBIOLOGY
General Microbiology w/lab - Prerequisites: Biology 114, or Biology 121, or Biology 226, or consent of department chairperson. Not more than an accumulated 8
credit hours will be counted towards graduation. Lab Fee: $30
62545 MCROBIO                     233         AC                  4           8:30 AM–9:25 AM                             MW        TBA         Mohanty
                                              ACX                             9:30 AM–11:20 AM                            MW        TBA         Mohanty
62547 MCROBIO                     233         EG                  4           11:30 AM–12:25 PM                           MW        TBA         Mohanty
                                              EGX                             12:30 PM–2:20 PM                            MW        TBA         Mohanty
62549 MCROBIO                     233         RT                  4           7:00 PM–7:55 PM                             MW        TBA         Krueger
                                              RTX                             8:00 PM–9:50 PM                             MW        TBA         Krueger
62551 MCROBIO                     233         SU                  4           7:00 PM–7:55 PM                             TR        TBA         Krueger
                                              SUX                             8:00 PM–9:50 PM                             TR        TBA         Krueger
MUSIC
Fundamentals of Music Theory - Prerequisites: Placement Test, or English 100 with a grade of C or better, or consent of department chair.
62555 MUSIC                  101        C                      3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                               MW         3210         Johnson
Intro to Music
62553 MUSIC                  121        A                      3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                                MW         3210         Johnson
62554 MUSIC                  121        B                      3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                                TR         3210         Johnson
62556 MUSIC                  121        D                      3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                               TR         3210         Scully
62558 MUSIC                  121        E                      3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                              MW         3210         Scully
62559 MUSIC                  121        J                      3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                               TR         3210         Scully
62560 MUSIC                  121        M                      3          3:55 PM–5:15 PM                                MW         3210         TBA
62561 MUSIC                  121        P                      3          5:30 PM–6:50 PM                                TR         3210         TBA
62562 MUSIC                  121        SUCD                   3          11:20 AM–2:05 PM                               SUN        3210         TBA
62563 MUSIC                  121        XY                     3          11:10 AM–2:05 PM                               F          3210         TBA


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Class #    subjeCt                 No.        seCtioN           Cr. Hrs.      time                                    Days      room       iNstruCtor

Chorus
62565      MUSIC                   131-1      G                       2       12:45 PM–1:10 PM                        MW        3210       Johnson
                                              GX                              1:15 PM–2:05 PM                         MW        3210       Johnson
Class Voice I
62567 MUSIC                        150        F                       2       11:10 AM–11:30 AM                       TR        3210       Johnson
                                              FX                              11:35 AM–12:30 PM                       TR        3210       Johnson
Black Music Workshop
62572 MUSIC                        200        K                       3       2:20 PM–3:40 PM                         MW        3210       Scully

NURSING
Fundamentals of Nursing - Prerequisites: Admission into the Nursing Program/Plan 239. Lab Fee: $290
          NURSING               101       A                      7         9:00 AM–11:20 AM                           MT         3405       Garner
62806                                     AX1                              7:00 AM–1:00 PM                            W          Off Site Garner
32807                                     AX2                              7:00 AM–1:00 PM                            R          Off Site Garner
32808                                     AX3                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            W          Off Site Soyebo
          NURSING               101       B                      7         9:00 AM–11:20 AM                           MT         3406       Smith
62815                                     BX1                              7:00 AM–1:00 PM                            W          Off Site Smith
62816                                     BX2                              7:00 AM–1:00 PM                            R          Off Site Smith
62817                                     BX3                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            W          Off Site Rozelle
          NURSING               101       C                      7         6:00 PM–8:00 PM                            MT         3405       Davis
62831                                     CX1                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            W          Off Site Davis
62832                                     CX2                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            R          Off Site Davis
62833                                     CX3                              7:00 AM–1:00 PM                            F          Off Site TBA
          NURSING               101       D                      7         6:00 PM–8:00 PM                            MT         3406       Dade
62838                                     DX1                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            W          Off Site Dade
62839                                     DX2                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            R          Off Site Dade
62840                                     DX3                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            F          Off Site TBA
Homeostasis 1 Nursing Process and Alterations in Nursing - Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Nursing 102, and Biology 226, and Biology 227,
and Microbiology 233. Lab Fee: $450
          NURSING               210       A                      6         9:30 AM–12:30 PM                           MT         3407       Rufus
62911                                     AX1                              7:00 AM–1:00 PM                            WR         Off Site Jones
62912                                     AX2                              7:00 AM–1:00 PM                            WR         Off Site Rufus
62913                                     AX3                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            WR         Off Site TBA
          NURSING               210       PT                     6         6:00 PM–8:50 PM                            MT         3407       Nelson-Hayes
62917                                     PTX1                             3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            W          Off Site TBA
62918                                     PTX2                             3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            R          Off Site TBA
          NURSING               210       B                      6         9:30 AM–12:30 PM                           MT         TBA        Jones
62973                                     BX1                              7:00 AM–1:00 PM                            WR         Off Site Rufus
62974                                     BX2                              7:00 AM–1:00 PM                            WR         Off Site Jones
62975                                     BX3                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            WR         Off Site TBA
          NURSING               210       PR                     6         6:00 PM–8:50 PM                            MT         TBA        TBA
62979                                     PRX1                             3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            W          Off Site TBA
62980                                     PRX2                             3:00 PM–9:00 PM                            R          Off Site TBA

Homeostasis 2 Nursing Process and Alterations in Nursing - Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Nursing 102, and Biology 226, and Biology 227,
and Microbiology 233. Lab Fee: $450
          NURSING               211    A                     6           9:30 AM–12:30 PM                              WR        3407        Elkins
62920                                  AX1                               7:00 AM–1:00 PM                               MT        Off Site Elkins
62921                                  AX2                               7:00 AM–1:00 PM                               MT        Off Site Paul
62922                                  AX3                               3:00 PM–9:00 PM                               MT        Off Site Anderson
          NURSING               211    PT                    6           6:00 PM–8:50 PM                               MT        3407        TBA
62942                                  PTX1                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                               W         Off Site Palmer
62943                                  PTX2                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                               R         Off Site TBA
          NURSING               211    B                     6           9:30 AM–12:30 PM                              MT        TBA         Paul
62946                                  BX1                               7:00 AM–1:00 PM                               WR        Off Site Paul
32947                                  BX2                               7:00 AM–1:00 PM                               WR        Off Site Elkins
62948                                  BX3                               3:00 PM–9:00 PM                               WR        Off Site Anderson
          NURSING               211    PR                    6           6:00 PM–8:50 PM                               MT        TBA         TBA
62966                                  PRX1                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                               W         Off Site Palmer
62967                                  PRX2                              3:00 PM–9:00 PM                               R         Off Site TBA

OPHTHALMIC TECHNOLOGY
Anatomy & Physiology of the Eye - Prerequisites: Eligible for English 101. Lab Fee: $50
62982 OPH TC                    112          PR                    4           5:30 PM–6:30 PM                        MW        3319       TBA
                                             PRX                               6:35 PM–8:25 PM                        MW        3319       TBA
Ophthalmic Optics - Prerequisites: Eligible for English 101 or consent of department chair.
62984 OPH TC                    114          QS2                   3           5:30 PM–8:25 PM                        R         3319       TBA
Ophthalmic Dispensing - Prerequisites: Eligible for English 101 or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $50
62989 OPH TC                    130          SU1                   3           7:05 PM–8:25 PM                        T         3319       TBA
                                             SU1                               8:30 PM–10:00 PM                       T         3319       TBA
Ophthalmic Office Procedures - Prerequisites: Eligible for English 101 or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $50
63001 OPH TC                    141          SBCD                  4           9:35 AM–1:05 PM                        SAT       3319       TBA

PHILOSOPHY
Logic - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101.
62574 PHIL                       105          C                        3      9:35 AM–10:55 AM                        MW        3301       Sweis
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Intro to Philosophy - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101.
62576 PHIL                       106          E                         3         11:10 AM–12:30 PM                     MW         3301      Sweis
Ethics - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101.
62578 PHIL                       107          J                         3         12:45 PM–2:05 PM                      MW         3301      Sweis
62580 PHIL                       107          S                         3         7:05 PM–8:25 PM                       TR         3301      Sweis
Philosophy of Religion - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101.
62582 PHIL                       108          Q                         3         5:30 PM–6:50 PM                       TR         3301      Sweis

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Fitness
62871     PHYS ED               110        D                     2          9:35 AM–10:05 AM                            TR         L217      Padalino
                                           DX                               10:10 AM–10:55 AM                           TR         L217
62876     PHYS ED               110        E                     2          11:10 AM–11:35 AM                           MW                   Padalino
                                           EX                               11:40 AM–12:30 PM                           MW
62880     PHYS ED               110        JX                    2          12:45 PM–1:05 PM                            TR         L217      Padalino
                                           JX                               1:10 PM–2:05 PM                             TR
62888     PHYS ED               110        M                     2          3:55 PM–4:20 PM                             MW         L217      Padalino
                                           MX                               4:25 PM–5:25 PM                             MW         L217
62889     PHYS ED               110        G                     2          12:45 PM–1:05 PM                            MW         L217      Padalino
                                           GX                               1:10 PM–2:05 PM                             MW         L217
Weight Training
62896 PHYS ED                   118        F                     2          11:10 AM–11:35 PM                           TR                   Padalino
                                           FX                               11:40 AM–12:30 PM                           TR
62899     PHYS ED               118        K                     2          2:20 PM–2:45 PM                             MW         L217      Padalino
                                           KX                               2:50 PM–3:40 PM                             MW         L217
Contemporary Dance I
62584 PHYS ED                   146-1      E                     2          11:10 AM–11:30 AM                           MW         L310      Sanders
                                           EX                               11:35 AM–12:30 PM                           MW         L310      Sanders
62589     PHYS ED               146-1      W                     2          9:35 AM–10:15 AM                            F          L310      Potter
                                           WX                               10:20 AM–12:30 PM                           F          L310      Potter
Cont and Modern Jazz Dance
62593 PHYS ED              203             P                     2          5:30 PM–6:05 PM                             MW         L310      Sanders
                                           PX                               6:10 PM–6:50 PM                             MW         L310      Sanders
PHYSICAL SCIENCE
Issues in Phy Science - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101.
62599 PHY SCI                    107       J                          3           12:45 PM–2:05 PM                      TR         3104      Zoller
62601 PHY SCI                    107       SAC                        3           9:00 AM–12:00 PM                      SAT        3103      Russ
General Course I - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101. Lab Fee: $30
62605 PHY SCI                    111       CE                         4           9:30 AM–10:50 AM                      MW         3103      Zoller
                                           CEX                                    10:55 PM–11:55 AM                     MW         3103      Zoller
62608 PHY SCI                    111       FJ                         4           11:00 AM–12:20 PM                     TR         3103      Russ
                                           FJX                                    12:25 PM–1:25 PM                      TR         3103      Russ
62611 PHY SCI                    111       RT                         4           6:30 PM–7:50 PM                       MW         3103      Russ
                                           RTX                                    7:55 PM–8:55 PM                       MW         3103      Russ
PHYSICS
Mechanics & Power
62613 PHYSICS                   131       G                      4           12:45 PM–1:35 PM                          MW          3104       Russ
                                          GX                                 1:40 PM–2:30 PM                           MW          3104       Russ
Gen Phys I: Mech & Wave - Prerequisites: Mathematics 141 and Physics 220, or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
62615 PHYSICS                 231          SU                    4           6:30 PM–7:20 PM                           TR          3104       Zoller
                                           SUX                               7:25 PM–9:20 PM                           TR          3104       Zoller
Engin Phys I: Mech & Wave - Prerequisites: Credit or concurrent enrollment in Mathematics 207 and Physics 224, or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
62617 PHYSICS                 235          SU                    4           6:30 PM–7:20 PM                           TR          3104       Zoller
                                           SUX                               7:25 PM–9:20 PM                           TR          3104       Zoller
POLITICAL SCIENCE
The National Government - Prerequisites: Social Science 101, or Social Science 102, or consent of department chair.
62517 POL SCI                 201         F                      3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                             TR         2308    TBA
Analysis of White Racism- Prerequisites: Placement Test, or English 100 with a grade of C or better, or consent of department chair.
62519 POL SCI                 211         E                      3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                             MW         L303    Allen

PROCESS TECHNOLOGY
Intro to Process Technology - Prerequisites: Eligible for English 101 and eligible for Mathematics 140 or consent of department chair.
62907 340PRTE                  115         QS1                     3           5:30 PM–8:25 PM                             T           TBA     TBA
62908 340PRTE                  115         SBC                     3           9:35 AM–12:30 PM                            SAT         L406    TBA
Process Instrumentation 1 - Prerequisites: Process Technology 115 and 119 with a grade “C” or better or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $250
62914 340PRTE                  116         QS                      4           5:15 PM–7:35 PM                             TR          L402    TBA
                                           QSX                                 7:40 PM–10:00 PM                            TR          L402    TBA
Process Instrumentation 2 - Prerequisites - Process Technology 116 with a grade of “C” or better or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $250
62930 340PRTE                  117         QS                      4           5:15 PM–8:25 PM                             TR          L402    TBA
                                           QSX                                 7:40 PM–10:00 PM                            TR          L402    TBA
Process Technology Equipment - Prerequisites: Process Technology 115 and 116 with a grade of “C” or better or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $50
62937 340PRTE                  118         PRT                     6           5:30 PM–7:50 PM                             MW          L402    TBA
                                           PRTX                                8:00 PM–9:00 PM                             MW          L402    TBA
Safety, Health and Environment- Prerequisites: Eligible for ENGLISH 101 and eligible for Mathematics 140 orconsent of department chair.
62909 340PRTE                  119         QS2                     3           5:30 PM–8:25 PM                             R           TBA     TBA


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Class #    subjeCt               No.         seCtioN         Cr. Hrs.         time                                         Days          room   iNstruCtor

Unit Systems - Prerequiste: Completion of 340PRTE 117 and 340PRTE 119 with a grade of “C” or better or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $50
62968 340PRTE                   203         PR                  4          5:15 PM–7:35 PM                               MW          L401      TBA
                                            PRX                            7:40 PM–10:00 PM                              MW          L401      TBA
Operations - Prerequisites: Completion of Process Technology 115 and 118 with a grade “C” or better or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $50
62970 340PRTE                   204         QS                  4          5:15 PM–7:35 PM                               TR          L401      TBA
                                            QSX                            7:40 PM–10:00 PM                              TR          L401      TBA
Process Troubleshooting - Prerequisites: Completion of Process Technology 203 and 118 or concurrent enrollment or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $50
62976 340PRTE                   205         SBC                 4          9:35 AM–10:35 AM                              SAT         L401      TBA
                                            SBCX                           10:40 AM–2:05 PM                              SAT         L401      TBA

PSYCHOLOGY
General Psychology - Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Social Science 101, or English 101, or consent of department chair.
62564 PSYCH                     201        A                       3         8:00 AM–9:20 AM                              MW             2302   TBA
62569 PSYCH                     201        C                       3         9:35 AM–10:55 AM                             MW             2302   Davis
62570 PSYCH                     201        D                       3         9:35 AM–10:55 AM                             TR             TBA    Davis
62571 PSYCH                     201        E                       3         11:10 AM–12:30 PM                            MW             TBA    Davis
62573 PSYCH                     201        M                       3         3:55 PM–5:15 PM                              MW             2301   TBA
62575 PSYCH                     201        J                       3         12:45 PM–2:05 PM                             TR             TBA    TBA
62577 PSYCH                     201        K                       3         2:20 PM–3:40 PM                              MW             2301   Davis
62579 PSYCH                     201        QS1                     3         5:30 PM–8:10 PM                              T              TBA    TBA
62581 PSYCH                     201        SBC                     3         9:35 AM–12:30 PM                             SAT            TBA    TBA
Child Psychology - Prerequisites: Psychology 201, or consent of department chair.
62583 PSYCH                     207        F                       3         11:10 AM–12:30 PM                            TR             TBA    Davis
Black Psychology - Prerequisites: Psychology 201, or consent of department chair.
62586 PSYCH                     209        R                       3         9:35 AM–12:30 PM                             F              TBA    Rogers

READING
Developmental Reading Skills I
67014 READING                  99-1          A                     3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                              MW            TBA    Beck
67015 READING                  99-1          D                     3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                             TR            TBA    Dunn
67016 READING                  99-1          G                     3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                             MW            TBA    Dunn
67017 READING                  99-1          P                     3          5:30 PM–6:50 PM                              MW            TBA    TBA
Developmental Reading Skills II
62600 READING                  125           B                     3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                              TR            2113   Dunn
62602 READING                  125           C                     3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                             MW            2106   Dunn
62603 READING                  125           F                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                            TR            2114   Dunn
62604 READING                  125           G                     3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                             MW            2114   Beck
62607 READING                  125           Q                     3          5:30 PM–6:50 PM                              TR            2114   TBA
62610 READING                  125           WX                    3          9:35 AM–12:30 PM                             F             2108   TBA

RESPIRATORY CARE
Basic Respiratory Care - Prerequisites: Chemistry 100, and Chemistry 121, and Mathematics 118, and English 101, and Biology 116, and Biology 120. Lab Fee: $30
62985 RESP TC                       114        AC                    4           8:00 AM–9:20 AM                       MW         3303       Meadors
                                               ACX                               9:35 AM–10:20 AM                      MW         3303
Patient Assessment - Prerequisites: Chemistry 100 and Chemistry 121, and Mathematics 118, and English 101, and Biology 116 and Biology 120.
62993 RESP TC                       116        CD                    2           10:30 AM–11:20 AM                     MW         3304       Meadors
Resp. Pharmacology- Prerequisites: Chemistry 100 and Chemistry 121, and Mathematics 118, and English 101 and Biology 116 and Biology 120.
62994 RESP TC                       117        EG                    1           12:30 PM–1:20 PM                      M          3304       TBA
Resp. Microbiology - Prerequisites: Chemistry 100 and Chemistry 121, and Mathematics 118, and English 101, and Biology 116, and Biology 120. Lab Fee: $30
62999 RESP TC                       118        BD                    2           9:00 AM–9:30 AM                       TR         3304       Meadors
                                               BDX                               9:35 AM–10:20 AM                      TR         3304
Respiratory Care Lab 1 - Prerequisites: Chemistry 100 and Chemistry 121, and Mathematics 118, and English 101, and Biology 116, and Bioloy 120. Lab Fee: $30
63002 RESP TC                       119        EKG                   3           12:30 PM–3:20 PM                      W          3304       Meadors
Respiratory Care Lab III - Prerequisites: Chemistry 100 and Chemistry 121, and Mathematics 118, and English 101, and Biology 116, and Bioloy 120. Lab Fee: $30
63005 RESP TC                       200        XYZ                   2           12:30 PM–3:50 PM                      F          3304       TBA
Clinical Practice III - Prerequisites: Respiratory Care 129, or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $110
63008 RESP TC                       222        AK                    3           7:00 AM–3:00 PM                       MW         Off Site Canty
Age Specific Care - Prerequisites: Respiratory Care 129, and 146, or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
63012 RESP TC                       225        VW                    3           8:00 AM–9:00 AM                       F          3303       TBA
                                               VWX                               9:05 AM–11:25 AM                      F          3303
Age Specific Care - Prerequisites: Respiratory Care 129, and 146, or consent of department chair. Lab Fee: $30
63012 RESP TC                       225        VW                    3           8:00 AM–9:00 AM                       F          3303       TBA
                                               VWX                               9:05 AM–11:25 AM                      F          3303
Critical Care Services- Prerequisites: Respiratory Care 129, and 146, or consent of department chair.Lab Fee: $30
63016 RESP TC                       227        BD                    4           9:00 AM–10:20 AM                      TR         3303       TBA
                                               BDX                               10:25 AM–11:10 AM                     TR         3303
SOCIAL SCIENCE
General Course Soc Sci I - Prerequisites: Placement Test, or English 100 with a grade of C or better, or consent of department chair.
62265 SOC SCI                   101         A                    3           8:00 AM–9:20 AM                                MW           2301   TBA
62266 SOC SCI                   101         D                    3           9:35 AM–10:55 AM                               TR           2301   TBA
62267 SOC SCI                   101         E                    3           11:10 AM–12:30 PM                              MW           2301   TBA
62268 SOC SCI                   101         J                    3           12:45 PM–2:05 PM                               TR           2301   Reyes
62269 SOC SCI                   101         N                    3           3:55 PM–5:15 PM                                TR           2301   TBA
62270 SOC SCI                   101         SBC                  3           9:35 AM–12:30 PM                               SAT          2301   TBA
62271 SOC SCI                   101         S                    3           7:05 PM–8:25 PM                                TR           2301   TBA
General Course Soc Sci II - Prerequisites: Placement Test, or English 100 with a grade of C or better, or consent of department chair.
62281 SOC SCI                   102         F                    3           11:10 AM–12:30 PM                              TR           2301   Reyes
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Class #    subjeCt              No.        seCtioN         Cr. Hrs.         time                                        Days       room      iNstruCtor

SOCIOLOGY
Intro to the Study of Society - Prerequisites: Social Science 101 or consent of department chair.
62245 SOC                        201         C                     3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                          MW         2301      Manns
62246 SOC                        201         D                     3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                          TR         2302      Manns
62247 SOC                        201         G                     3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                          MW         2301      Manns
62248 SOC                        201         P                     3          5:30 PM–6:50 PM                           TR         2301      TBA
62249 SOC                        201         SBC                   3          9:35 AM–12:30 PM                          SAT        2302      TBA
Marriage and the Family - Prerequisites: Social Science 101 or consent of department chair.
62244 SOC                        203         E                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                         MW         2302      Manns

SPANISH
First Course
62587 SPANISH                    101        AC                   4           9:10 AM–10:55 AM                           MW         3201      TBA
62588 SPANISH                    101        BD                   4           9:10 AM–10:55 AM                           TR         3201      Delgado
62591 SPANISH                    101        FJ                   4           11:10 AM–12:55 PM                          TR         3201      Delgado
62592 SPANISH                    101        KM                   4           2:20 PM–4:05 PM                            MW         3201      TBA
62595 SPANISH                    101        QS                   4           6:30 PM–8:15 PM                            TR         3201      TBA
Second Course - Prerequisites: Placement Test or Spanish 101, or consent of department chair.
62596 SPANISH                    102        EG                   4           11:10 AM–12:55 PM                          MW         3201      Delgado
Third Course - Prerequisites: Placement test, Spanish 102 or consent of department chair.
62597 SPANISH                    103        KM                   4           2:20 PM–4:05 PM                            MW         3301      Delgado
Fourth Course - Prerequisites: Placement test, Spanish 103 or consent of department chair.
62598 SPANISH                    104        KM                   4           2:20 PM–4:05 PM                            MW         3301      Delgado

SPEECH
Fund of Speech Comm - Prerequisites: Placement Test, or English 100 with a grade of C or better, or consent of department chair.
62235 SPEECH                101-1 B                            3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                               TR         2405      TBA
62236 SPEECH                101-1 C                            3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                              MW         2405      Hicks
62237 SPEECH                101-1 D                            3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                              TR         2405      Hicks
62238 SPEECH                101-1 E                            3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                             MW         2405      Hicks
62239 SPEECH                101-1 J                            3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                              TR         2405      TBA
62240 SPEECH                101-1 Q                            3          5:30 PM–6:50 PM                               TR         2405      TBA
62241 SPEECH                101-1 R                            3          7:05 PM–8:25 PM                               MW         2405      TBA
62242 SPEECH                101-1 SBC                          3          9:35 AM–12:30 PM                              SAT        2405      TBA
Interpersonal Communication
62243 SPEECH                202          F                     3          11:10 AM–12:30 PM                             TR         2405      Hicks

SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT
Working in Warehousing
63009 BUSINES                 155        P1                    1.5        5:30 PM–6:50 PM                               M          TBA       Boyd-Oattes
Warehousing Workforce Skills
63010 BUSINES                 156        P2                    1.5        5:30 PM–6:50 PM                               W          TBA       Boyd-Oattes
Warehousing & Distribution Process
63011 BUSINES                 158        Q                     2.5        5:30 PM–6:50 PM                               TR         TBA       TBA
Warehousing Technology Skills - Prerequisites: Completion of Business 155 & 156 or concurrent enrollment.
63014 BUSINES                 159        S                     2          7:05 PM–8:25 PM                               TR         L406      TBA
Representative Warehousing Skills - Prerequisites: Completion of Business 155 & 156 or concurrent enrollment.
63015 BUSINES                 162        R                     2.5        7:05 PM–8:25 PM                               MW         L406      TBA

THEATER ARTS
Acting I
62234      THR ART              133        G                     3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                            MW         L310      Hicks

OHC LEARNING COMMUNITIES FALL 2010
These two courses must be taken concurrently. If a student has to withdraw from either course, they must withdraw from BOTH courses.
LC1        INTDSP 101           B          College Success Seminar                     3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                  TR        2207       Hobbs
           MATH   98            DF2        Element of Algebra                          4          9:25 AM–11:05 AM                 TR        2207       Roebuck

LC2        ENGLISH100           A          Basic Writing Skills                        3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                  MW        2104       Watson
           INTDSP 101           C2         College Success Seminar                     3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                 MW        2104       Tolliver

LC3        READING125           B          Developmental Reading Skills II             3          8:00 AM–9:20 AM                  TR        2408       Dunn
           INTDSP 101           D          College Success Seminar                     3          9:35 AM–10:55 AM                 TR        2408       Barksdale

LC4        INTDSP 101           A2         College Success Seminar                     3          8:00AM–9:20AM                    MW        SCLC       Boyd-Oattes
           MATH   98            AC3        Element of Algebra                          4          9:25 AM–11:05 AM                 MW        SCLC       Wucherer

LC5        READING125           G          Developmental Reading Skills II             3          12:45 PM–2:05 PM                 MW        2207       Beck
           BIOLOGY120           K          Terminology for Medical Career              3          2:20 PM–3:40 PM                  MW        2207       Rufus

LC6        ENGLISH100           K          Basic Writing Skills                        3          2:20 PM–3:40 PM                  MW        2207       Ellens
           INTDSP 101           M          College Success Seminar                     3          3:55 PM–5:15 PM                  MW        2207       Sparks




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OHC LEARNING COMMUNITIES (Continued)

LC7       MATH       99        BD         Intermediate Algebra                      5            8:50 AM–10:55 AM                     TR          2104        Davis
          CHEM       100       GK         Chemical Calculations                     5            1:45 PM–2:05 PM                      MW          2104        Forrester
                               GKX                                                               2:10 PM–2:30 PM                      MW          2104        Forrester
          CHEM       121       KMP        Basic Chemistry I                                      2:35 PM–3:25 PM                      MW          2104        Forrester
                               KMPX                                                              3:30 PM–5:15 PM                      MW          2104        Forrester


MINI-TERM CLASSES
12-Week Mini-Term Classes begin September 20, 2010                                  M=Monday • T=Tuesday • W=Wednesday • R=Thursday • F=Friday • SAT=Saturday • SUN=Sunday

Class #   subjeCt              No.        seCtioN          Cr. Hrs.                 time                                 Days         room        iNstruCtor
Intro to African-American Studies
60001 AFRO AM                      101       MC                         3                     9:23 AM–11:03 AM            MW     TBA              Crawford
62621 AFRO AM                      101       MF                         3                     10:58 AM–12:38 PM           TR     TBA              Thomas
62624 AFRO AM                      101       MN                         3                     3:43 PM–5:23 PM             TR     TBA              Watkins
62625 AFRO AM                      101       MS                         3                     6:53 PM–8:33 PM             TR     TBA              Grantham
62622 AFRO AM                      101       MPR1                       3                     5:18 PM–8:38 PM             W      TBA              Hall
Art Appreciation
62623 ART                          103       MG                         3                     12:32 PM–2:13 PM            MW     TBA              TBA
62626 ART                          103       MP                         3                     5:18 PM–6:58 PM             MW     TBA              TBA
62624 ART                          103       MWX                        3                     9:13 AM–12:38 PM            F      TBA              TBA
General Ed. Biology I w/lab - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101. Lab Fee: $30
62628 BIOLOGY                      114       MEG                        4                     11:30 AM–12:55 PM           MW     TBA              TBA
                                             MEGX                                             1:00 PM–2:25 PM             MW     TBA              TBA
Biology I w/lab - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101. Lab Fee: $30
62630 BIOLOGY                      121       MBD                        5                     8:30 AM–10:15 AM            TR     TBA              TBA
                                             MBDX                                             10:20 AM–12:00 PM           TR     TBA              TBA
Intro to Business
63022	 BUSINESS	                   111	      MN	          	             3	         	          3:43	PM–5:23	PM		           TR	    TBA	             Griffin
Intro to Microcomputers
63020	 CIS	            	           120	      MF	          	             3	         	          10:58	AM–12:38	PM	          TR	    TBA	             Griffin
Developmental Comp. I - Prerequisites: Placement test or consent of department chair.
62632 ENGLISH                      98        MB                         3                     7:48 AM–9:28 AM             TR     TBA              Brown
62633 ENGLISH                      98        MC                         3                     9:23 AM–11:03 AM            MW     TBA              TBA
62634 ENGLISH                      98        MS                         3                     6:53 PM–8:33 PM             TR     TBA              TBA
62635 ENGLISH                      98        MWX                        3                     9:13 AM–12:38 PM            F      TBA              TBA
Basic Writing Skills - Prerequisites: Placement test, or grade of C or better in English 098.
62636 ENGLISH                      100       MB                         3                     7:48 AM–9:28 AM             TR     TBA              TBA
62637 ENGLISH                      100       MP                         3                     5:18 PM–6:58 PM             MW     TBA              TBA
62638 ENGLISH                      100       MSAB                       3                     9:13 AM–12:38 PM            SAT    TBA              TBA
62639 ENGLISH                      100       MWX                        3                     9:13 AM–12:38 PM            F      TBA              TBA
Composition - Prerequisites: Placement test, or Grade of C or better in English 100, or consent of department chair.
62648 ENGLISH                      101       MC                         3                     9:23 AM–11:03 AM            MW     TBA              TBA
62649 ENGLISH                      101       MP                         3                     5:18 PM–6:58 PM             MW     TBA              TBA
62650 ENGLISH                      101       MWX                        3                     9:13 AM–12:38 PM            F      TBA              TBA
Composition II - Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in English 101.
62653 ENGLISH                      102       MC                         3                     9:23 AM–11:03 AM            MW     TBA              TBA
62656 ENGLISH                      102       MWX                        3                     9:13 AM–12:38 PM            F      TBA              TBA
Rdg, Writ, Critical Think I & II
These two courses must be taken concurrently (MD & MF). These courses prepare students for the Developmental Reading and Writing Program.
With the advice of an advisor, students may take certain college level courses along with these courses.
62659 FS READ                      1004      MD                         3                     9:13 AM–10:53 AM            TR     TBA              TBA
62660 FS READ                      1005      MF                         3                     10:54 AM–12:38 PM           TR     TBA              TBA
American History to 1865 - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
62661 HISTORY                      111       MK                         3                     2:08 PM–3:48 PM             MW     TBA              TBA
African-American History Since 1865 - Prerequisites: Completion of, or eligibility for, English 101
62662 HISTORY                      115       MPR2                       3                     5:18 PM–8:38 PM             W      TBA              TBA
College Success Seminar
62667 INTDSP                       101       MB                         3                     7:48 AM–9:28 AM             TR     TBA              TBA
62668 INTDSP                       101       MG                         3                     12:33 PM–2:13 PM            MW     TBA              TBA
Elements of Algebra - Prerequisites: Compass Placement Test or consent of department chair.
62663 MATH                         98        MFJ                        4                     12:33 PM–2:48 PM            TR     TBA              TBA
62664 MATH                         98        MQS                        4                     6:53 PM–8:35 PM             TR     TBA              TBA
Intermediate Algebra - Prerequisites: Compass Placement Test or grade of C or better in Math 098 or consent of department chair.
62665 MATH                         99        MCE                        5                     9:23 AM–12:13 PM            MW     TBA              TBA
62666 MATH                         99        MP                         5                     5:10 PM–8:00 PM             MW     TBA              TBA
Intro to Music
62669 MUSIC                        121       MB                         3                     7:48 AM–9:28 AM             TR     TBA              TBA
62670 MUSIC                        121       MG                         3                     12:33 PM–2:13 PM            MW     TBA              TBA
62671 MUSIC                        121       MP                         3                     5:18 PM–6:58 PM             MW     TBA              TBA
Issues in Phy Science
62672 PHY SCI                      107       MS                         3                     6:53 PM–8:33 PM             TR     TBA              TBA
General Psychology - Prerequisites: Grade of C or better in Social Science 101, or English 101, or consent of department chair.
62675 PSYCH                        201       MF                         3                     10:58 AM–12:38 PM           TR     TBA              TBA
62676 PSYCH                        201       MK                         3                     2:08 PM–3:48 PM             MW     TBA              TBA

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MINI-TERM CLASSES                                                                                12-Week Mini-Term Classes begin September 20, 2010

Class #    subjeCt               No.         seCtioN          Cr. Hrs.                    time                             Days          room   iNstruCtor
Developmental Reading Skills I
            READING              99-1        MP                    3                     5:18 PM–6:58 PM                   MW            TBA    Beck
            READING              99-1        MWX                   3                     9:13 AM–12:38 PM                  F             TBA    Beck
Developmental Reading Skills II
62677 READING                    125         MS                    3                     6:53 PM–8:33 PM                   TR            2108   TBA
62678 READING                    125         MSB                   3                     9:13 AM–12:38 PM                  SAT           2108   TBA
Intro to the Study of Society - Prerequisites: Social Science 101 or consent of department chair.
62679 SOC                        201         MP                    3                     5:18 PM–6:58 PM                   MW            TBA    TBA
General Course Soc. Sci I - Prerequisites: Placement Test, or English 100 with a grade of C or better, or consent of department chair.
62680 SOC SCI                    101         MS                    3                     6:53 PM–8:33 PM                   TR            TBA    TBA
Fund. of Speech Comm.
62681 SPEECH                     101         MG                    3                     12:33 PM–2:13 PM                  MW            TBA    TBA
Fund. of Speech Comm. - Prerequisites: Placement Test, or English 100 with a grade of C or better, or consent of department chair.
62682 SPEECH                     101-1 MWX                         3                     9:13 AM–12:38 PM                  F             TBA    TBA

FIRST 8-WEEK COURSES
Beginning Internet - Prerequisites: CIS 101, or CIS 102, or consent of department chair.
63018 CIS                        158        C                     3                      9:35 AM–10:55 AM                  MW            TBA    TBA
Web Development 1 - Lab Fee: $30
62684 CIS                        181        QS1                   3                      5:30 PM–6:30 PM                   TR            TBA    TBA
                                            QS1X                                         6:35 PM–8:55 PM                   TR            TBA    TBA
SECOND 8-WEEK COURSE
Web Development 2 - Lab Fee: $30
62686 CIS                     182          QS2                    3                     5:30 PM–6:30 PM                    TR            TBA    TBA
                                           QS2X                                         6:35 PM–8:55 PM                    TR            TBA    TBA
Advance Internet- Prerequisites: CIS 158, or CIS 257, concurrent enrollment in CIS 158 or consent of department chair.
63019 CIS                       258        C                      3                     9:35 AM–10:55 AM                   MW            TBA    TBA

 SOUTH CHICAGO LEARNING CENTER
The South Chicago Learning Center is located at 3055 East 92nd Street, Chicago, IL 60617.
Art Appreciation
62737 ART                         103        SBC                    3                     9:35 AM–12:30 PM                  SAT          TBA    TBA
Human Growth & Dev 1
62797 CHLD DV                     120        SAB                    3                     8:15 AM–10:55 AM                  SAT          TBA    TBA
Admin of Criminal Justice
62789 CRM JUS                     102        XXYY                   3                     5:30 PM–8:25 PM                   F            TBA    TBA
Math Refresher l
62790 FS MATH                     3001       JL1                    3                     12:45 PM–3:20 PM                  T            TBA    TBA
Math Refresher ll
62791 FS MATH                     3002       JL2                    3                     12:45 PM–3:20 PM                  R            TBA    TBA
College Success Seminar
64586 INTDSP                      101        A2                     3                     8:00 AM–9:20 AM                   MW           TBA    TBA
Element of Algebra
62738 MATH                        98         AC3                    4                     9:25 AM–11:05 AM                  MW           TBA    TBA
Intermediate Algebra
62739 MATH                        99         BD3                    5                     9:00 AM–11:05 AM                  TR           TBA    TBA
General Psychology
62740 PSYCH                       201        G                      3                     12:45 PM–2:05 PM                  MW           TBA    TBA
Intro to the Study of Society
62741 SOC                         201        E                      3                     11:10 AM–12:30 PM                 MW           TBA    TBA
Spanish First Course
62742 SPANISH                     101        KM2                    4                     2:20 PM–4:05 PM                   MW           TBA    TBA




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Adult Education courses are designed for those interested in preparing for the Cook County GED Test. Classes meet twice a week,
Mondays & Wednesdays and/or Tuesdays & Thursdays. Choose morning or evening classes. Afternoon and/or weekend classes are
offered (on an as-needed basis). We also offer English as a Second Language (ESL) courses, Citizenship courses and Constitution
exam review. Classes are available at the Main or South Chicago Leaning Center (satellite campus).

GEDi
Some students may qualify to take GED classes via the Internet (online). If you are close to passing the GED or need only to work on
certain subjects or skills, our online GED program (GEDi) may suit your needs. To qualify for GEDi, you must pass a placement test
in reading and math, and have reliable access to a computer with a high-speed internet connection. You will need basic computing
including keyboarding, using e-mail, and navigating the Internet. Adult Education classes are Tuition Free!

FALL GED and ESL courses begin August 30,2010

Admission based on mandatory placement testing to determine appropriate class level. We will monitor your progress and recommend
when you are ready to take the Cook County GED exam.


ORIENTATION AND PLACEMENT TEST SCHEDULE
                                                                                   South Chicago Learning Center
  Main Campus (10001 S. Woodlawn, Building 5)                                      (3055 E. 92nd Street)
  Orientation/Testing Times                                                        Orientation/Testing Times
  Monday 5 PM                                                                      Monday 9 AM
  Wednesday 5 PM                                                                   Wednesday 9 AM or 5 PM
  Tuesday 9 AM                                                                     Tuesday 9 AM (ESL Testing)
  Thursday 9 AM                                                                    Thursday 9 AM or 5 PM (ESL Testing)
Registration Checklist
(Things you must have to enroll)
•	 Photo	Identification	(State	of	Illinois	ID	or	Illinois	Drivers	License)
•	 A current piece of mail to verify your address
•	 High school release form (if you are under 18 years of age)


NOTE: These programs are partially funded by federal funds. The exact percentage of funds will vary annually depending on grant allocation.




WORKFORCE EDUCATION PROGRAMS
The Fall 2010 Workforce Education Programs schedule of courses will be announced in the Fall 2010 Adult and Continuing
Education course schedule. For more information call 773.291.6292.These programs qualify for assistance under the Workforce
Investment Act (WIA).


PHARMACY TECHNICIAN
Prerequisite: High School Diploma or GED.
Learn to provide technical and clerical support to pharmacists in hospitals, clinics or retail pharmacies. The pharmacy technician training
includes medical terminology, reading, interpretation of prescriptions, inventory management and control, drug compounding, dosage
calculations	and	dose	conversions.	Program	completers	can	earn	certification	from	the	Pharmaceutical	Technician	Certification	Board	
(PTCB).

MEDICAL, BILLING & CODING
Prerequisite: High School Diploma or GED.
Provide	value	in	a	doctor’s	office	by	solving	billing	problems,	filing	claims,	completing	insurance	forms,	tracing	delinquent	claims,	
appealing denied claims, and using generic forms to streamline billing procedures. Course covers medical terminology, insurance
procedures,	coding	and	computerized	medical	billing.	Upon	completion,	you	can	earn	national	certification	as	a	certified	Professional	
Coder through the American Academy of Professional Coders (AACP).

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT
Prerequisite: Compass Exam
This	program	provides	the	training	necessary	to	take	the	Illinois	State	Competency	exam	to	become	a	Certified	Nurse	Assistant	
(CNA).		Includes	classroom,	laboratory	and	clinical	instruction	within	a	hospital	or	nursing	home,	which	qualifies	you	for	both	home	and	
institutional employment.

PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN
Get the comprehensive skills required to obtain blood specimens from patients. Phlebotomists are employed in a variety of patient-care
settings,	including	hospitals,	clinics,	physician	offices	and	laboratories.	The	National	Phlebotomy	exam	fee	is	included	in	course	cost.
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CENTER FOR DISTANCE LEARNING (CDL)
                                                                      Please note:

                                                                            •	    Some	TW	courses	may	also	include	mandatory	on-
                                                                                  campus	sessions.	Please	see	specific	course	listing	for	
                                                                                  details.
                                                                            •     Summer 2010 Broadcasts for TW courses begin the
                                                                                  week of June 14, 2010 on WYCC-TV/Channel 20.
                                                                                  Fall 2010 Broadcasts for TW courses begin the
CDL REQUIREMENTS                                                                  week of August 30, 2010 on WYCC-TV/Channel 20.
                                                                            •	    Refunds	will	not	be	issued	for	lack	of	access	to	WYCC	
1.We	strongly	encourage	all	students	to	take	the	Distance	Learning	               Channel 20. Note that some areas of Chicago and
Readiness Quiz along with being eligible for or having completed:                 surrounding	suburbs	DO	NOT	have	access	to	WYCC	
    •    English 101 (English Composition),                                       Channel 20.
    •    CIS 120 (Introduction to Microcomputers) or
    •    CIS 158 (Introduction to the Internet).
    •	   Students	should	be	proficient	with	Windows	and/or	            ORDERING CDL COURSE MATERIALS
         Macintosh operating systems.
                                                                       CDL Textbook materials can be ordered through eFollett
2. All students are required to have a CCC e-mail address. It          online.
will be the primary method of communication with the faculty
coordinator. City Colleges of Chicago offers each registered           Please go to the CDL website
student a free student CCC e-mail account. Information can be          http://cdl.ccc.edu/texbooks.aspfor more information.
obtained online at the http://student.ccc.edu website.
                                                                       NOTE: CDL offers online orientation for new students. Please
Email/System Requirements: Students will need easy and                 go the CDL website - http://cdl.ccc.edu for more information.
frequent access to a computer with:

    •	   1.2 GHz or greater (Intel Pentium or Celeron processors
         or Mac G3),                                                   HOW TO REGISTER FOR CDL COURSES
    •	   Windows	98,	XP,	2000,	or	Mac	OS	9	
    •	   256 MB Ram or greater / 20 GB hard drive or larger,           To earn college credit all Center for Distance Learning courses
    •	   56.6 kbs modem, DSL, or cable modem,                          students must:
    •	   CD-ROM and Sound card with speakers, and
    •	   Internet (ISP) account / Internet Explorer 6.0                1.       Register and pay for the course through their selected
                                                                                City Colleges of Chicago campus.
TYPES OF COURSES IN CDL
                                                                       2.       Visit the CDL website at http://cdl.ccc.edu to complete
1.Online Courses (WW) - These courses are completely on                         the orientation “Getting Started” for online learning and
the Internet through the use of a course web site based on the                  to gain access to their course in Blackboard.
Blackboard course management system,
 http://ccc.blackboard.com                                             3.       Please note that both new and returning CDL students
                                                                                need to complete the orientation on the CDL website.
Students purchase required textbooks, workbooks, study guides,         4.       Please visit the CDL website at http://cdl.ccc.edu for
and/or software and logon to the course web site to gain access                 login instructions.
to course content, information, homework assignments, and              5.       Attend ALL mandatory on-campus student orientation
communicate with their instructor. Discussion forums and chat                   sessions. It is highly recommended that you also attend
rooms provide a high level of interaction between students and                  the CDL Student Orientations (on-site). CDL orientation
the course facilitator. Students take exams online, in a proctored              schedules are posted each semester on the CDL website
setting, at any one of the seven City Colleges of Chicago.                      http://cdl.ccc.edu
                                                                       6.       Communicate throughout the term with the instructor via
Please note: Some WW courses may also include mandatory on-                     CCC e-mail, course website, phone, fax, and postal mail.
campus sessions. Please see specific course listing for details.       7.       Complete all required homework assignments, projects,
                                                                                quizzes and exams by the end of the term. Students
2. Online with Video Component Courses (TW) - These                             may be required to come to one of the City Colleges of
courses combine Internet-based instruction with video, accessed                 Chicago campuses for proctored testing or to meet other
on	WYCC-TV	Channel	20.	Students	purchase	required	textbooks,	                   course requirements (e.g. speeches, review sessions).
workbooks, study guides, and/or software and logon to the                       Please review your course syllabus carefully for these
course website http://ccc.blackboard.com to gain access                         requirements.
to course content, information, homework assignments, and
communicate with their instructor.
                                                                       FALL 2010 16-WEEK CDL SCHEDULE
Discussion forums and chat rooms provide a high level of                    •     Session Starts 8/23/2010
interaction between students and the course facilitator. Students
gain	access	to	the	video	by	watching	the	programs	on	WYCC-                  •     Broadcast for TW Courses Start
TV/Channel 20 or renting the videocassettes. Telecourses may                •     Must Login to Blackboard 2 times
also	be	viewed	at	the	Harold	Washington	College	Library,	free	of	
charge during normal library hours. Contact 312-553-5775 for                      between 8/23/2010 and 8/30/2010
more information on hours of operation. Students must present a             •     Session Ends 12/11/2010
valid CCC ID to gain access to the library.

Students take exams online, in a proctored setting, at any one of
the seven City Colleges of Chicago.
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CDL Fall 2010 COURSES                                                                            CDL Classes begin August 23, 2010
For further information regarding prerequisites, course descriptions and broadcast times please visit the CDL website at
http://cdl.ccc.edu. For technical assistance please contact the CDL at (312) 553-5983/(312)553-5975 or via email at cdl@ccc.edu. Please
consult the CDL wesbite for class numbers. Schedule subject to change.

Anthropology              202               TW                  Cultural Anthropology                                3
Art                       103               TW                  Art Appreciation                                     3
Biology                   115               WW                  Human Biology                                        4
Biology                   120               WW                  Medical Terminology                                  3
Business                  111               TW                  Intro to Business                                    3                    SES
Business                  141               WW                  Business Mathematics                                 3
Business                  181               WW                  Financial Accounting                                 4
Business                  211               WW                  Business Law I                                       3
Business                  216               WW                  Entrepreneurship                                     3
Business                  231               WW                  Principles of Marketing                              3
Business                  241               WW                  Introduction to Finance                              3
Business                  244               TW                  Fundamentals of Investments                          3
Business                  269               WW                  Principles of Management                             3
Business                  271               WW                  Human Resources Management                           3
Child Development         101-1             WW                  Human Growth and Development I                       4
Computer Info Systems     101               WW                  Intro to CIS                                         3
Computer Info Systems     103               WW                  Intro to BASIC Language                              3
Computer Info Systems     120               WW                  Intro to Microcomputers                              3
Computer Info Systems     122               WW                  Intro to Word Processing                             3
Computer Info Systems     123               WW                  Intro to Spreadsheets                                3
Computer Info Systems     145               WW                  Intro to Databases                                   3
Computer Info Systems     158               WW                  Beginning Internet                                   3
Computer Info Systems     250               WW                  Introduction to Systems                              3
Economics                 201               WW                  Principles of Economics I: Macro                     3
Economics                 202               WW                  Principles of Economics II: Micro                    3
English                   101               TW                  Composition I                                        3
English                   102               WW                  Composition II                                       3
English                   105               WW                  Business Writing                                     3
English                   201               WW                  Advanced Composition                                 3
Entrepreneurship          201               WW                  Intro to Entrepreneurship                            3
French                    101               WW                  Beginning French                                     4
French                    102               WW                  French Second Course                                 4
Geography                 101               TW                  World Geography                                      3
Geology                   201               TW                  Physical Geology                                     3
Health                    250               WW                  Health Education                                     3
History                   111               WW                  History of the American People to 1865               3
History                   112               WW                  History of the American People from 1865             3
History                   115               WW                  African American History since 1865                  3
History                   141               WW                  History of World Civilization to 1500                3
History                   215               WW                  History of Latin America                             3
History                   247               WW                  African History to the Colonial Period               3
Humanities                201               WW                  Gen Course I - Literary and Visual Arts              3
Humanities                202               WW                  Gen Course II - Drama, Music, & Philosophy           3
Literature                110               TW                  Intro to Literature                                  3
Literature                111               TW                  Poetry                                               3
Literature                121               WW                  Contemporary African-American Literature             3
Literature                126               TW                  Contemporary American Literature                     3
Literature                150               WW                  Women’s’ Literature                                  3
Literature                155               WW                  Literature & Film                                    3
Mathematics               118               WW                  General Education Mathematics                        4
Mathematics               125-1             WW                  Introduction to Statistics                           4
Mathematics               135-1             WW                  Finite Mathematics                                   4
Mathematics               207               WW                  Calculus & Analytical Geometry I                     5
Music                     121               TW                  Introduction to Music                                3
Philosophy                106               WW                  Introduction to Philosophy                           3
Philosophy                107               WW                  Ethics                                               3
Physical Science          101               TW                  General Course I                                     3
Physical Science          107               WW                  Current Public Issues in Physical Science            3
Physical Science          111               WW                  General Course I                                     4
Political Science         201               TW                  National Government                                  3
Psychology                201               TW                  General Psychology                                   3
Psychology                206               WW                  Business and Industrial Psychology                   3
Psychology                207               WW                  Child Psychology                                     3
Social Science            101               WW                  General Course I: Intro to Human Behavior            3
Social Science            102               WW                  General Course II: Intro to Study of Society         3
Sociology                 201               WW                  Introduction to the Study of Society                 3
Sociology                 203               WW                  Marriage and the Family                              3
Spanish                   101               TW                  Spanish- First Course                                4
Spanish                   102               TW                  Spanish- First Course                                4
Speech                    101-1             WW                  Fundamentals of Speech Communication                 3
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      FALL 2010 REGISTRATION SCHEDULE                                             Campus Directory

                                                                                  General Information (773)291.6100
      ONLINE REGISTRATION
      Now thru August 23 (Based on PeopleSoft availability)                       COLLEGE SERVICES
                                                                                  Admissions and Recruitment……… 291.6362
       ONGOING
SSION STARTS    REGISTRATION                                                      Bookstore….............................….… 291.6533
      ROOM 1410 (STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER)                                          Business Services…................….… 291.6200
      Now thru August 4; August 9 - August 14                                     Career Planning Center……........… 291.6732
      Monday - Thursday                  8:30 AM - 6:30 PM                        Child Development Center……….... 291.6317
      Friday                             8:30 AM - 1:00 PM                        College Advisors……...................…. 291.6358
      Saturday                           9:00 AM - 2:30 PM                        Disability Access Center…......…..… 291.6345
                                                                                  Financial Assistance……….............. 291.6164
      OPEN REGISTRATION                                                           Instructional Services......…............. 291.6309
      MAIN FOYER                                                                  Registrar’s	Office....................…..…	291.6401
      August 16 - August 21                                                       South Chicago Campus......….....… 291.6770
                                                                                  Student Government Association.....291.6364
      Monday - Thursday                                8:30 AM - 6:30 PM          Testing and Placement Center.........291.6472
      Friday                                           8:30 AM - 3:00 PM          Transfer Center......….…................. 291.6732
                                                                                  Tutorial Services......…................… 291.6251
      Saturday                                         9:00 AM - 2:30 PM
                                                                                  Veterans	Affairs	Office............….…	291.6376
                                                                                  Student Services......….…............... 291.6391
      CLASSES BEGIN
      Monday, August 23
                                                                                  ACADEMIC PROGRAMS
                                                                                  Center for Distance Learning........... 291.6472
      ADD/DROP PERIOD
                                                                                  Adult & Continuing Education............291.6292
      IN FOYER                                                                    Transportation
      August 23 - August 28                                                       Warehousing & Logistics.................. 291.6666
      Monday-Thursday                                  8:30 AM - 6:30 PM
      Friday                                           8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
                                                                                  ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS
      Saturday                                         9:00 AM - 2:30 PM          African-American Studies..................... 291.6224
                                                                                  Business and Computer Applications... 291.6420
      FALL 2010 ACADEMIC CALENDAR                                                 English, Literature & Reading............... 291.6421
                                                                                  Human Development & Education....... 291.6447
                                                                                  Library................................................... 291.6354
      Ongoing Registration                                   Now thru August 22   Life Sciences......................................... 291.6544
      First day of classes for Fall 2010 Term                August 23            Mathematics & Computer Technology... 291.6423
      Add/Drop Period                                        August 23 - 28       Middle College...................................... 291.6518
      Saturday classes begin                                 August 28            Nursing.................................................. 291.6482
      STAT Date                                              September 1          Physical Sciences................................. 291.6544
      Labor Day (Holiday)                                    September 6          Respiratory Care................................... 291.6568
      Mid-term date                                          October 20           Social Sciences..................................... 291.6447
                                                                                  Visual and Performing Arts.................... 291.6530
      Last day for student initiated withdrawal              November 15
                                                                                  World Languages & Culture.................. 291.6530
      Thanksgiving (Holiday)                                 November 25 – 26
      Fall 2010 regular academic session ends                December 11
      Fall 2010 special session ends                         December 18

      Friday Classes Begin
      Friday, August 27                                                                   MAIN CAMPUS
                                                                                          10001	S.	Woodlawn	Ave.
      Saturday Classes Begin                                                              Chicago, IL 60628
      Saturday, August 28                                                                 773.291.6100
      Fall 2010 Mini-Term Classes Begin
      Monday, September 13
                                                                                          SOUTH CHICAGO CAMPUS
                                                                                          3055 East 92nd Street
      Weekend and Mini-Term Classes:                                                      Chicago, IL 60617
      Ongoing	registration	until	first	day	of	class	                                      773.291.6670

				
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