CBC 2004 Winter Class Schedule by pengtt

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									                                                         TABLE OF CONTENTS

Phone Directory / Hours Of Operation ............................ 3                       German ........................................................................ 33
Calendar / Important Dates ............................................. 4                Health........................................................................... 33
Campus Map (Pasco)....................................................... 5               High School Equivalency Program (HEP)........................ 34
Campus Map (Richland / Chase Centre)........................... 6                         History .......................................................................... 34
Registration Information .................................................. 7             Human Services ............................................................ 34
Refund / Withdrawal Information .................................... 9                    Industrial Drawing ........................................................ 35
Grading System............................................................. 10            Industrial First-aid .......................................................... 35
Web Registration Information ........................................ 11                  Intercultural Studies....................................................... 35
Web Registration Worksheet.......................................... 12                   Japanese....................................................................... 35
Community & Seniors Information ................................. 13                      Literature ...................................................................... 35
Degree Options ............................................................ 14            Machine Technology..................................................... 36
Worker Retraining ......................................................... 15            Machine Occupational .................................................. 36
CAMP Program ............................................................. 15             Mathematics ................................................................. 37
Small Business Development Center (SBDC) ................... 16                           Music............................................................................ 39
Intramurals.................................................................... 16        Nursing ........................................................................ 42
                                                                                          Nursing Assistant........................................................... 42
Credit Classes......................................... 17                                Nutrition & Food Science .............................................. 42
Administrative Office Technology (AOT) ......................... 17                       Paraeducation............................................................... 42
Adult Basic Education (ABE)........................................... 19                 Paralegal....................................................................... 42
Agriculture .................................................................... 19       Paramedic..................................................................... 43
Anthropology ............................................................... 19           Parent Education .......................................................... 43
Art ................................................................................ 20   Philosophy .................................................................... 43
Associate Degree Nursing ............................................. 21                 Phlebotomy .................................................................. 43
Astronomy .................................................................... 21         Physical Education Professional...................................... 43
Auto Body Technology.................................................. 21                 Physical Education ........................................................ 44
Automotive Service Technology..................................... 21                     Physics .......................................................................... 45
Biology ......................................................................... 22      Political Science ............................................................. 45
Blueprint Reading ......................................................... 23            Psychology ................................................................... 45
Business Administration ................................................. 23              Reading ........................................................................ 46
Chemistry...................................................................... 25        Sociology ...................................................................... 47
Computer Application ................................................... 26               Spanish......................................................................... 47
Computer Science......................................................... 26              Speech ......................................................................... 48
Criminal Justice ............................................................. 28         Theatre Arts .................................................................. 49
Dental Hygiene............................................................. 29            Vocational ESL (VESL) .................................................... 49
Early Childhood Education (ECE) ................................... 29                    Welding Technology ..................................................... 50
Economics .................................................................... 30
Education ..................................................................... 30
English As A Foreign Language (EFL)............................. 30
Engineering Technology ............................................... 30                 Apprenticeship Programs .................................... 51
English.......................................................................... 31      Community Service ............................................. 52
English As A Second Language (ESL) ............................. 32                       Distance Learning ............................................... 53
Family Literacy .............................................................. 32         Seniors Classes .................................................... 58
Environmental Science .................................................. 32               Weekend Classes ................................................ 59
Fire Science................................................................... 33        Workshop Classes ............................................... 63
French .......................................................................... 33      CBC Classes At WSU............................................ 63
General Engineering ..................................................... 33              Worksource Classes............................................. 64
Geography ................................................................... 33          Classes by Start Time........................................... 65
Geology........................................................................ 33        Finals Schedule ................................................... 70



1
          “A” Building Gets
           45-Year Facelift
A $6 million project                                                             with the infrastruc-
to remodel and add                                                               ture. New heating,
a new wing to the                                                                electrical, water and
“A” building was                                                                 sewer systems re-
completed in time for                                                            placed old and de-
the opening of Fall                                                              caying ones. A new,
Quarter 2003.                                                                    hot water heating
The “A” building was                                                             system replaces the
originally opened in                                                             old steam system.
1958 and is the sec-                                                             Hot water retains its
ond oldest building                                                              heat much longer
on campus. Only the                                                              than steam.
V building is older.
                                                                                All asbestos was
While the “A” build-             Learning Opportunities Center                  removed from the
ing is home to many                                                             building and the
of the administrative functions of the college, it project received its Silver LEADS certificate. The
is also home to numerous programs including        certificate acknowledges environmental and en-
the Learning Opportunities Center, a testing lab   ergy efficiencies were used in every phase of the
and classrooms. A future childcare center will     remodeling; from water to lights to insulation.
be housed in the basement of the facility.
The additional 12,000 square foot wing has six
classrooms and is the new home for the English
and Foreign Language departments.
A new facade and landscaping now graces the
front of the “A” building.
The main building received new room configu-
ration and construction in many areas. It’s now
home to the Skills Enhancement Division, GEAR
UP, CAMP, and HEP programs as well as admin-
istrative offices.                                   The grass sod, removed from the front of the
The most important changes to the old building       “A” building for new landscaping, was used for
cannot be seen. There were serious problems          the new softball field on the west side of cam-
                                                     pus. The softball field is ready for the upcoming
                                                     season. For the first time, the CBC softball team
                                                     will practice and play it’s home games on cam-
                                                     pus.
                                                     The “A” building project came in under bud-
                                                     get.
                                                     The next building scheduled for remodeling
                                                     is the “T” building. The state has approved $6
                                                     million for the project. The Nursing program
                                                     is being relocated to the WSU campus during
                                                     construction.
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                  PHONE DIRECTORY / HOURS OF OPERATION

Columbia Basin College................ (509) 547-0511...... 7:30am - 4:30pm, Monday – Thursday
                                                                                              7:30am - 12:00 noon, – Friday

* Admissions/Registration ............................ ext. 2241, 2799, 2250
      Transcripts..............................................ext. 2243
      Veterans’ Services ...................................ext. 2579
* Assessment Center.......................................ext. 2370
  Athletics.......................................................ext. 2369
  Bookstore ....................................................ext. 2293.................... 7:30am - 8:00pm, Monday – Thursday; 7:30am - 4:00pm, Friday
  Cafeteria......................................................ext. 2226.................... 7:00am - 2:00pm, Monday – Friday
  Cashier........................................................ext. 2419 or (509) 546-0419
  Campus Security .................................. ext. 2219
      After hours cell phone..................... (509) 521-4599
* Career and Employment Services Center ......ext. 2275
      Employment Security ..............................ext. 2718
      WorkFirst................................................ext. 2719
      Worker Retraining ..................................ext. 2446
  Chase Centre...............................................ext. 2740 or 2352
* Counseling/Student Development ...............ext. 2305 or 2730
* Education Access Disability Resource Center ..ext. 2252
      TTY.........................................................(509) 546-0400
      The Resource Center ..............................ext. 2325
  Esvelt Gallery ...............................................ext. 2374 or 2331
* Financial Aid................................................ext. 2304
  Fitness Center..............................................ext. 2258.................... 6:00am - 7:00pm, Monday – Thursday; 6:00am - 5:00pm, Friday
                                                                                                Closed Saturday & Sunday
  Intramural/Wellness Program.......................ext. 2228 or 2522
  KIOSK hours of operation................................................................ 8:00am - 8:00pm, Monday – Friday
  Library.........................................................ext. 2287.................... 7:30am - 9:00pm, Monday – Thursday; 7:30am - 4:45pm, Friday
                                                                                                9:00am - 5:00pm, Saturday
  Minority Business Counselor.........................ext. 2430
  Outreach Office...........................................ext. 2257
  President’s Office .........................................ext. 2202
  Student Employment ...................................ext. 2275
  Student Programs........................................ext. 2223
      ASCBC Executive Council ........................ext. 2392
      Program Board.......................................ext. 2236
      Student Activities ....................................ext. 2223
* Student Support Services .............................ext. 2713
  Switchboard/Information Desk.....................ext. 0.......................... 7:00am - 8:00pm, Monday – Thursday; 7:00am - 4:30pm, Friday
  Tutoring Center ...........................................ext. 2712.................... 9:00am - 3:00pm, Monday – Friday
  Writing Center.............................................ext. 2387.................... 9:00am - 2:00pm, Monday – Thursday

Small Business Development Center ................(509) 735-6222




               * Please call for hours of operation.




                                                        Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to participate in all college sponsored
                                                        events and programs. If you are a person with a disability who requires an
                                                        accommodation, please contact the number listed below. This notice is available
                                                        in alternative media by request. Contact CBC Education Access Disability Resource
                                                        Center at (509) 547-0511, ext 2252. OR TTY/TDD at (509) 546-0400.

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                                         CALENDAR / IMPORTANT DATES

      December 2003
                                                                  !$
                                                                            December 12        Tuition is due by 2:30. (Walkins & web e-check due 12/17.
                                                                               (If you register after tuition due date, tuition is due at time of registration.)
Su     M          T    W           Th          F         Sa
     1            2    3          4 5 6                                     December 8             Open advising/registration

7    8            9
                       Finals

                                  11 12 13
                                   Finals     Finals

                       10                    Fall End
                                                                            December 13 - 17 Call in tuition line closed.

14   15           16   17         18 19 20
                                                                  !$
                                                                            December 17            Walk in tuition due by 2:30 p.m.
                                                                                                   Web e-check tuition due by 2:30 p.m.
21   22           23   24         25 26 27
28   29           30   31                                                   December 26            Student Services & Cashiering not opened to the public.

                                                                            January 5              First day of Winter Quarter


                                                                     !
                                                                            January 7              LAST day to ADD a class
            January 2004                                                                           by Web and without instructor’s signature.

Su     M          T    W           Th          F         Sa
                                                                  !$
                                                                            January 9              LAST day to ADD a class with instructor’s signature.
                                  1         2            3                                         LAST day to receive 100% REFUND. *(except Title IV recipients)

4 5 6 7                                                              !
     Winter Qtr


      Begins
                                  8         9            10                 January 16             LAST day to change from AUDIT to CREDIT. (10th day)

11 12 13 14                       15        16           17                 January 19             HOLIDAY

18 19 20 21                       22        23           24         $       January 26             LAST day to receive 50% REFUND. *(except Title IV recipients)
25 26 27 28                       29        30           31                 February 13            Faculty Advising Day

                                                                            February 16            HOLIDAY



        February 2004                                                !      November 17
                                                                              March 2              LAST day to change from CREDIT to AUDIT. (40th day)
                                                                                                   LAST day to WITHDRAW without receiving “0.0” grade. *(40th day)

Su     M          T    W           Th          F         Sa                 March 17, 18, 19                   FINALS
1    2            3    4          5         6            7                  March 19               Last day of Winter Quarter
8    9            10   11         12        13           14
                                                                            March 24               KIOSK grades available
15   16           17   18         19        20           21
                                                                            March 29 2004          Spring Quarter classes begin
22   23           24   25         26        27           28
                                                                            * See REFUND and WITHDRAWAL procedures on Page 9.
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               March 2004
Su     M          T    W           Th          F         Sa
   1              2    3          4 5 6
7 8               9    10         11 12 13
14 15             16
                       Finals

                       17
                                   Finals

                                  18 19 20
                                              Finals


                                            Winter End
                                                                                          ATTENTION!!
                                                                                           NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION
21 22             23   24         25 26 27                                           Required for priority advising and registration!
28 29
     Spring Qtr


      Begins
                  30   31                                                            Plan ahead! Get the RIGHT information!
                                                                                     Call CBC 547-0511 ext. 2305 or ext. 2731!



 Beginning                      End of                        Holiday             Employee              Commencement               Advising                   Final
 of Quarter                     Quarter                  (College Closed)         Inservice                                          Day                     Exams
                                                                                 (non attendance
                                                                                   for students)
      Qtr                         Finals                                                                                              Advising                 Finals
                                  10
     Begins                        End                                                                         Graduation


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                                                          Columbia Basin College
                                                           Parking Regulations
                                                   1  Student parking is identified by WHITE striped
                                                      lines on all paved parking lots. Parked vehicles
                                                      must be completely within the white lines, no
                                                      parking in paved lots except within the white
                                                      lines. Violators will be ticketed.
                                                   2 Vehicles may not be over the white lines of park-
                                                      ing space at any point.
                                                   3 Vehicles must be parked head in only. NO
                                                      BACKED IN PARKING PERMITTED.
                                                   4 No vehicle may be parked outside of designated
                                                      parking lots. NO PARKING ON STREETS.
                                                   5 Paved parking spaces with YELLOW STRIPING
                                                      are reserved for faculty and staff only. No student
                                                      or visitor parking permitted at any time.
                                                   6 Visitor parking south of the Administration Bldg.
                                                      is reserved for temporary guests to conduct busi-
                                                      ness. No student parking permitted at any time.
                                                   7 Handicap parking reserved for Washington State
                                                      Certified Handicapped individuals only. Violators
                                                      will be fined $50.
                                                   8 Washington State Certified Vehicles may use
                                                      handicap space only when handicapped pas-
                                                      senger is present at time vehicle is parked.
                                                   9 Parking behind the Vocational Bldg. is limited to
                                                      those vehicles currently being worked on by shop
                                                      students. No other parking permitted.
                                                   10 15-minute parking only in administration building
                                                      “loop” (south side of Administration building).
                                                   11 15-minute parking only for vendors in north ad-
                                                      ministration parking lot.
                                                       WARNING:
                                                       Failure to pay any parking citation will
                                                       result in grades and transcripts being with-
                                                       held and registration for the following quar-
                                                       ter denied until payment has been made.

                                                          For more information, contact
                                                        CBC Security, 547-0511, ext. 2219.

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                               REGISTRATION INFORMATION

  Students planning to
   pursue a degree or
                                                                  5        WAITLIST INFORMATION
                                                                           The Waitlist process places students on a waiting list
                                                                  in chronological order for courses that have filled. When an
                                                                  opening becomes available, the first student on the list is auto-
certificate program must                                          matically enrolled. The following information will help you get
 complete the following                                           the most benefit out of this process.
                                                                   It is your responsibility to check your schedule daily to
 steps to formalize their                                         see if you have been enrolled in the class. This is the only
    admission to CBC.                                             way you will know if you have been registered. No notices
                                                                  will be mailed.


1       ADMISSIONS                                                 Be sure to pay tuition by the deadlines noted in the quarterly
        Students who are NOT currently enrolled should            class schedule. If adding a course from the waitlist creates a
contact the Admissions staff for assistance in enrolling in       conflict in your schedule, it will be your responsibility to correct
the college. Some of the college programs have specific           your schedule.
entrance requirements.                                             Clear any registration blocks promptly. At the time an open-
A $25 nonrefundable application fee must be submitted             ing occurs, if you have a block on your registration (such as
with all new applications. Students returning after an ab-        library or parking fine), the next person on the waitlist will be
sence of more than one year will be charged the $25 ap-           registered. If the hold is not cleared by the next time an open-
plication fee. For admissions help call 547-0511, extension       ing occurs, you will be removed from the waitlist.
2241 or 2250.                                                      If you have not been registered into the class by December
                                                                  24, 2003 and the class is a necessity, please consult with the

2       ASSESSMENT/TESTING
        Students who have not yet successfully completed
a college level English composition or math course will be
                                                                  instructor on the first day.
                                                                   Wait list will be disabled after date tuition is due.


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required to complete the ASSET/COMPASS prior to enrolling                  RESIDENCY REQUIRMENTS
in an English or math course.                                              A resident student is one who is a U.S. citizen and


3       ADVISING                                                  has met specific requirements to demonstrate permanent
        Advising is the process in which a student, with the      residence in the state of Washington. Permanent residence in
                                                                  the state of Washington is evidenced by physical presence in
assistance of an academic advisor/counselor, selects cours-
                                                                  the state as well as having a sufficient number of permanent
es according to his or her educational goals. Therefore, all
                                                                  Washington documents. Documentation should be dated 1
new students seeking a degree or certificate must meet
                                                                  year and 1 day prior the commencement of the quarter for
with an academic advisor/counselor prior to registration.         which a student is applying for residency status.


4       REGISTRATION
        Registration is the process following advising and
course selection. Students may register using web registra-
                                                                  These documents can include:
                                                                   Voter’s Registration
tion at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/student (see page             Washington State Driver’s License
11) or by completing a registration form at the Admissions/        Car Registration
Registration office on the Pasco Campus. See the Winter            Bank Accounts
Quarter calendar (p.4) for registration dates. Classes begin       Federal Tax Return (required)
JANUARY 5, 2003 and end MARCH 19, 2003.
                                                                  Students wishing to change their residency classification must
If you have a diagnosed disability, please contact the Educa-     complete a residency questionnaire and provide necessary doc-
tion Access Disability Resource Center for special accommo-       umentation. Application for reclassification prior to registration
dations at 547-0511, ext. 2252, or TTY (509) 546-0400.            into classes is preferred. Application for a change in classification
                                                                  will be accepted up to the thirtieth calendar day from the start of
The final step in admission/advising/registration procedures is
                                                                  the quarter. Applications made after the 30th day are reviewed
payment of tuition and fees. (See page 8)                         for the next quarter. The burden of proof that a student, parent,
                                                                  or legally appointed guardian has established a domicile in the
                                                                  state of Washington primarily for purposes other that education
                                                                  lies with the student.
                                                                  Special regulations may apply to some eligible non-citizens,
                                                                  Washington higher education employees, and to military
                                                                  personnel and their dependents stationed in the state of
                                                                  Washington. For further information, contact the Admissions/
                                                                  Registration Services Department (509) 547-0511, ext. 2300.

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                                                   REGISTRATION INFORMATION

7            PAYMENT
             See Calender on page 4 for payment schedule.
   Checks returned because of stop payment or insufficient funds will be
                                                                                                              8      STUDENT FINANCIAL SERVICES
                                                                                                                     If you want to receive financial aid for
                                                                                                              Spring Quarter and have not yet completed the
charged the current service fee and will result in further collection processes.
                                                                                                              Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA),
                              TUITION AND FEES:
                              2002-2003 Academic Year                                                         you should do so as soon as possible. The priority
          Tuition is set by the State Board for Community & Technical Colleges
                           which acts upon legislative authority.
                                                                                                              date for Spring Quarter 2004 is February 2, 2004.
                               Rates are subject to change.                                                   We will, however, continue to review applications
                                           US         S.E. Asia      Persian           F-1 Visa
                            Resident     Non-Res      Veteran         Gulf          International             submitted after that date. This form is available at
                                                                                   Non-US Citizens
     Per Credit Charges:
                                                                                                              the Student Financial Services Office in the Student
        State Tuition
                              53.00        73.00        3.20          21.10               211.50
                                                                                                              Services Center on the Pasco campus, or on the
       Operating Fee

        State Tuition
                                                                                                              web at www.fafsa.ed.gov.
        Building Fee           6.50        19.70        3.50           4.25               19.70

          Student
         Activity Fee          6.05         6.05        1.70           3.55                6.05               Once you have applied for financial aid, you
   CBC Technology Fee
                               3.00         3.00        3.00           3.00                3.00
                                                                                                              may check your status by accessing the Web at
       (max 10 cr.)
                                                                                                              www.columbiabasin.edu. Go to the KIOSK link,
    CBC Comprehensive
                               1.50         1.50        1.50           1.50                1.50
      Fee (max 15 cr.)                                                                                        then to Financial Aid Inquiry. You will need your
        Total per
       each Credit      70.05             103.25       12.90         33.40               241.75
                                                                                                              Student ID Number and your Pin Number (your
     Per Quarter Charges:
         Student
                         7.50               7.50        7.50           7.50                7.50
                                                                                                              birth date). For additional information, call 547-
      Auditorium Fee
     Total Charges per Credit:                                                                                0511 Ext. 2304.
             1               77.55       110.75        20.40         40.90               249.25
             2               147.60      214.00        33.30         74.30               491.00
             3               217.65      317.25        46.20         107.70              732.75
             4               287.70      420.50        59.10         141.10              974.50
             5               357.75      523.75        72.00         174.50              1216.25
             6               427.80      627.00        84.90         207.90              1458.00                    Students are encouraged to pay tuition &
             7               497.85      730.25        97.80         241.30              1699.75
             8               567.90      833.50        110.70        274.70              1941.50
                                                                                                                           fees at time of registration.
             9               637.95      936.75        123.60        308.10              2183.25                    Please see calendar for tuition due dates.
             10
             11
                             708.00
                             719.90
                                         1040.00
                                         1051.90
                                                       136.50
                                                       138.00
                                                                     341.50
                                                                     343.00
                                                                                         2425.00
                                                                                         2440.70
                                                                                                                   Past due accounts will be sent to collection.
             12              731.80      1063.80       139.50        344.50              2456.40
             13              743.70      1075.70       141.00        346.00              2472.10
             14              755.60      1087.60       142.50        347.50              2487.80
             15              767.50      1099.50       144.00        349.00              2503.50
             16              777.90      1109.90       144.00        349.00              2517.70                                   STEPP: Student Tuition
             17              788.30      1120.30       144.00        349.00              2531.90                                       Easy Pay Plan
             18              798.70      1130.70       144.00        349.00              2546.10
         Per credit
                                                                                                                  A payment plan is offered for students who wish to spread their
          over 18             59.50        92.70         N/A          25.35               231.20                  tuition payments into monthly installments. Payments are due the
The above schedule of tuition and fees includes comprehensive and technology fees as well as spe-                 first of each month. Students may enroll for a single quarter (3 pay-
cial fees levied by the Associated Student Body of Columbia Basin College. Special course and/or lab-             ments) or for the academic year (9 payments). There is an enroll-
oratory fees may apply to certain courses and will result in additional charges. See course materials.            ment fee of $35. Continuing to make monthly payments for future
Special Tuition Rates
                                                                                                                  quarters will avoid the assessment of additional plan enrollment
    Course Challenge                                                 $15.00 .................... Per credit       fees. Late fees apply to payments received after the due date. See
    Preschool Co-operatives/Parent Education                         $10.00 .................... Per credit       the cashier for information and to enroll in the plan.
    High School Completion (resident only)                           $10.00 .................... Per credit
    Industrial First Aid (1 credit)                                  $59.50
    Journeyman (up to 2 credits)                                     $59.50 .................... Per credit

    ESL (English as a Second Language)                            No tuition due
    ABE (Adult Basic Education)                                   No tuition due                                                                     Admission Rules
    GED preparation                                               No tuition due                               1. In accordance with WAC 131-12-010, any applicant for admission to Columbia Basin
                                                                                                               College shall be admitted when, as determined by the chief administrative officer or his/her
                                                                                                               designee, such applicant:
            *The above tuition charges do not include college fees which may apply.
                                                                                                                  A. is competent to profit from the curricular offerings of the college; and
                *Students enrolled in 10 or more regular college credits will not be                              B. would not, by his or her presence or conduct, create a disruptive atmosphere within
                        charged additional tuition for Parent Ed courses.                                            the college inconsistent with the purposes of the institution; and
                                                                                                                  C. is eighteen years of age or older; or
                                                                                                                  D. is a high school graduate; or
Special Fees
                                                                                                                  E. has applied for admission under the provisions of a student enrollment program such
    Gen’l Ed Development Level Test Initial Exam                     $50.00
                                                                                                                     as Running Start or a successor program, or other local student enrollment options
    GED Re-exam (Except Writing Skill Test)                          $10.00
                                                                                                                     program.
    Early Examination                                                 $5.00
    Nursing Test                                                     $25.00 - $35.00                           2. Those students aged 16 and over who meet the provisions of Title III -- Adult Education
    Malpractice Insurance (Health Professionals)                     $19.00 - $30.00                           Program may enroll in certain adult basic education classes. Individuals admitted into such
    ASSET Test                                                       $16.00                                    classes will be allowed to continue as long as they are able to demonstrate, through measur-
    Distance & Materials Fees                                        $10.00 - $30.00 ...... Per class          able academic progress, an ability to benefit.
    Lab/Special Course Fees (see course materials)                   $10.00 - $30.00 ...... Per lab
                                                                                                               The college does not desire to replace or duplicate the functions of the local public school, so
                                                                                                               admission exceptions are rare. Persons may appeal for special admissions through the office
              *These fees are in addition to regular tuition and fees charged
                                                                                                               of Admissions and Registration. Criteria for granting an appeal are: competency in academic
                        by the college and are subject to change.
                                                                                                               skills, ability to benefit in an adult learning environment and unique artistic or technical talent.

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                     REFUND / WITHDRAWAL INFORMATION
                      REFUNDS                                               WITHDRAWAL POLICY
(Please see Administrative Policy Manual for full text of policy.)
                                                                             AND PROCEDURES
CBC will refund tuition and refundable fees if official               Withdrawal from a course must be initiated by the stu-
withdrawal from college or course(s) occurs within the                dent by using Web Registration, submitting a Sched-
specified time frame listed below. Certain fees are non-              ule Change form to the registration office or meeting
refundable or refundable only if withdrawal occurs prior
                                                                      with a counselor before the deadlines published in
to the first day of instruction. The “first day of instruction” is
defined as the first day of scheduled classes for the quarter.        the quarterly class schedule. Students are encouraged
“Instruction days” are Monday through Friday. “Calendar               to meet with their counselor or advisor and instructor
days” are all days including weekend days and holidays. If            prior to withdrawing from a class or from college. The
a deadline for refund falls on a weekend day or a holiday             counselor or advisor will review with the student the
on which the college is closed, the deadline will be the next         implications of withdrawing and other possible op-
weekday that the college is open for business.                        tions.
REFUND EXCEPTIONS:
1. Non-Refundable Fees                                                Any student receiving financial aid is advised to speak
    The Application fee is non-refundable. The auditorium fee,        with Financial Services staff prior to withdrawing from
    per-credit comprehensive fee, and lab fees are not refundable     a class, as there may be a negative impact on a stu-
    unless withdrawal occurs prior to the first day of instruction.   dent’s ability to receive financial aid in the future and
2. Small Balance Refund Amount                                        the student may owe a return of funds.
    No refund checks will be processed for credit balances that
    are less than $25. These refunds may be applied to future
    CBC charges or redeemed in cash from the Cashier’s Office         The institution sets final withdrawal deadlines based
    (cash balances permitting).                                       upon 75 percent of the scheduled class meetings. A
3. Special Courses                                                    student may withdraw from a full-term course with
    The refund policy may not apply to contract classes,
                                                                      no record on the transcript if the withdrawal has
    continuing education classes or other courses on special
    schedules                                                         been processed before the 11th day of the quarter.
4. Title IV Federal Financial Assistance                              A student withdrawing from a full-term course after
    Students receiving Title IV federal financial assistance          the 10th day but before the 41st day of the quarter
    should refer to Financial Services for adding, dropping and       shall have a “W” recorded on their transcript. For
    withdrawal policies. Federal regulations supercede CBC’s
                                                                      summer quarter and all alternative class schedules
    refund policy.
                                                                      (i.e. fast track courses), call the registration office for
Warning: Withdrawal may result in the student owing                   withdrawal deadlines.
amounts to the Title IV program AND to CBC. Consult the
Financial Services Office AND the Cashier’s Office before             Types of withdrawals:
withdrawing.                                                           Student withdrawal: initiated by the student. (see
                                                                      Policies and Procedures). A Petition for Exception may
                                                                      be submitted by the student requesting an official
                                                                      withdrawal after withdrawal deadlines. The petition
                                                                      must be submitted to the Director of Admissions and
                                                                      Registration. Circumstances for the request need to be
                                                                      documented. If approved, a “W” will be recorded on
                                                                      the transcript.

                                                                       Administrative withdrawal: initiated by the in-
                                                                      structor. Withdrawal may be the result of excessive
                                                                      absences or, if in the instructor’s opinion, further
                                                                      participation in the class will be of little value to the
                                                                      student and/or detrimental to the best interest of the
                                                                      class.




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                                MISCELLANEOUS INFORMATION

           GRADING SYSTEM                                                     SOCIAL SECURITY
Columbia Basin College uses the decimal grading sys-
tem. Quarter grades will be posted as numbers, (e.g. 3.3                     NUMBER DISCLOSURE
rather than traditional letter grades of A, B, C, D, and F.)            “Student’s social security number is confidential
A “Y” grade indicates no grade was reported. A “Z” grade                and, under a federal law called the Family Edu-
will be awarded rather than a “0.0” grade for students                  cational Rights & Privacy Act, the college will pro-
who do not meet minimum course requirements in buy-                     tect it from unauthorized use. Disclosure may be
time options, clinicals, cooperative work educational pro-              authorized for the purposes of state and federal
grams, practicums, workshops and courses numbered                       aid, Hope/Lifetime Learning tax credits, academ-
99 and below (except MTH 91, 95 & ENG 99). The                          ics, transcripts, or accountability research.”
decimal grading scale and the letter grade equivalents
are as follows.
              Decimal
              Grades
                                               Letter
                                               Grade
                                                                                             GOLD CARD
                                                                       A gold card is an identification card issued to senior citizens
              4.0 - 3.8                          A                     (age 60 and over), upon application. It serves as an identifica-
              3.7 - 3.5                          A-                    tion card to facilitate registration and admittance to selected
              3.4 - 3.2                          B+                    Columbia Basin College classes and events.
              3.1 - 2.9                          B
              2.8 - 2.6                          B-                    Gold card holders are eligible to enroll in CBC classes, with the
              2.5 - 2.3                          C+                    exception of special-fee and self-support classes, such as those
                                                                       offered through Community Education. Enrollment can begin
              2.2 - 2.0                          C
                                                                       the third day of each quarter, based on space availability, on
              1.9 - 1.6                          C-                    an audit basis, with no grade for the class. The basic fee is
              1.5 - 1.3                          D+                    $1.00 per class plus $1.50 per credit comprehensive fees and/
              1.2 - 1.0                          D                     or lab fees, if applicable, with a limit of two classes per quarter.
              0.9 - 0.7                          D-                    With the exception of summer quarter, gold card holders may
                0.0                              F                     attend Columbia Basin College sponsored events, music and
                                                                       drama presentations, athletics, guest speakers and campus
                                                                       entertainment at no cost.

                                                                       Senior Citizen Community Education classes are also available
     EMERGENCY MESSAGES                                                for seniors. Gold Card can not be used for senior classes. Please
Messages are delivered to students during class only in case of        check the class schedule for fees, or call Community Education
a life-threatening emergency. Messages regarding other medi-           at 547-0511, Ext. 2225 for further information.
cal emergencies are delivered between classes if possible. Due
to the size of the student body and limited staff, other mes-          To obtain a gold card, please contact Debbie Risk, Columbia
sages cannot be delivered. To leave an emergency message,              Basin College (547-0511, Ext. 2436). Applications are available
call Security at (509) 547-0511, ext. 2219.                            at the Pasco campus.



                                                                       Community College District #19 provides equal opportunity in
            DRUG & ALCOHOL ABUSE                                       education and employment and does not discriminate upon
In compliance with public law 101-226, the Drug Free School            the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap in ac-
and Communities Act Amendment of 1989, Columbia Basin                  cordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of
College is legally required and morally committed to the pre-          the Educational Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of the
vention of illicit drug use and abuse of alcohol by students.          Rehabilitation Act of 1974.
CBC, in compliance with federal law, is prepared to educate
and inform students of the health risks associated with the            Class schedules for Columbia Basin College are published
use of various illicit drugs and abuse of alcohol, to refer them       quarterly by CBC. Every effort is made to provide accurate
to counseling and treatment resources, and to inform them              information. Policies, class and fee information contained
of legal penalties for noncompliance. Assistance is available          herein, however, may have changed subsequent to the time
through the counseling center.                                         of publication. Students are therefore advised to consult with
                                                                       the counseling office or with the appropriate college division
                                                                       for any possible corrections or revisions.


                 State employees
                                                                                    Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to participate in all college sponsored
             tuition waiver program                                                 events and programs. If you are a person with a disability who requires an
                                                                                    accommodation, please contact the number listed below. This notice is available
  Contact the office of Admissions and Registration for policies and                in alternative media by request. Contact CBC Education Access Disability Resource
                                                                                    Center at (509) 547-0511, ext 2252. OR TTY/TDD at (509) 546-0400.
  procedures. (547-0511 ext. 2250)

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

Schedule Planner
  1.   Go to www.columbiabasin.edu and click on “KIOSK” under “Student Services” on the left side of the screen.
  2.   Click on “Schedule Planner”
  3.   Select the quarter from the drop-down box and click “Select Courses”.
  4.   Reserve the�
       day by clicking in the far right column or whole day by clicking the column heading.
  5.   Type in course(s) you need or click on “View Course List” to select courses from an alphabetical listing.
          Note: Use four-digit numbers for course numbers. Lecture courses end in zero, lab courses end with a one. For example, to enter English
                  Composition (ENG 101), type in “ENG 1010”. Course numbered under 100, should be entered with a leading zero (MTH 95
                  would be entered as “MTH 0950”).
  6.   Click on “Submit Selections”
  7.   Select the desired course(s) and click “Register”.
  8.   This will take you to Web Registration and enter the line numbers for the courses you selected. Go to step 3 below.

Web Registration
  1.   Go to www.columbiabasin.edu and click on “KIOSK” under “Student Services” on the left side of the screen.
  2.   Click on “Web Registration.”
  3.   Enter your Student I.D. number and PIN.
  4.   Click “Register.”
  5.   A reminder of th�
       “Continue”.
  6.   On the welcome screen, verify your name and the quarter. Click “Continue”.
  7.   The regist�
       Click “Finish” when completed.
  8.   Click “View My Schedule” to print your schedule.
  9.   If you are at a public terminal, be sure to close the browser to protect your privacy.

Web Tuition Payment
Web E-payment – Avoid long lines and busy phone lines!
Web E-payment is now available to pay your outstanding tuition and fees. You must use your checking account number and bank routing number as found
on your personal check. (Help screens on the website will show you exactly how to enter the information.)
NOTE: Your checking account number must be used. Debit and credit card numbers will be returned as invalid accounts. Accounts that are
invalid, closed, or with insufficient funds to process the transaction will be charged a fee in accordance with CBC’s Returned Check Policy ($10
for insufficient funds, $30 for invalid or closed accounts).
Please call the Cashier’s Office at 546-0419 if you have questions or need help using Web E-payment.

  1.   Go to www.columbiabasin.edu and click on “KIOSK” under “Student Services” on the left side of the screen.
  2.   Click on “Web E-payment.’
  3.   Enter your Student I.D. number and your name.
  4.   Choose the quarter for which you are paying or “all charges” from the drop down box.
  5.   Review the charge information and verify that the Student I.D. number is correct.
  6.   Click on “Make Payment” to be directed to a secure site with US Bank (CBC’s bank) to complete the transaction.
  7.   You will be asked to register on the bank’s site. Your banking information is kept confidential on the bank site. CBC will not gain access to
       your banking information by using this service.
  8.   Payment will not be made until you check the “confirm” box on the bank’s website. Once you have pressed confirm please do not “confirm”
       the payment again or it will post twice. Your payment, if made on the web before 3:00 pm, will be posted to your CBC account the next
       business day. Payments made after 3:00 pm will be posted the second business day from your web payment. See note below regarding
       tuition due dates.
NOTE: For tuition due date deadlines CBC will honor payments that are pending with the bank before the deadline but have not yet been posted
to the CBC system.

KIOSK hours 8:00am - 8:00pm, Monday - Friday
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                                                  WEB REGISTRATION
    If you have any questions, please call the registration office at 547-0511 ext. 2250.
                                                 Schedule Planning Worksheet
                             M                     T                   W                    Th                    F                   Sa

        7 a.m.

        8 a.m.

        9 a.m.

      10 a.m.

      11 a.m.

      12 p.m.

        1 p.m.

        2 p.m.

        3 p.m.

        4 p.m.

        5 p.m.

        6 p.m.

        7 p.m.

                                                       Registration worksheet
        Item #                            Course                            Credits                 Days/Time                     Location




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

COMMUNITY
EDUCATION &
                                     1     Complete the registration form provided
                                           below only for seniors and community ed-
                                     ucation classes. Be sure to include all requested
                                     information on the form (except for credit) and
SENIORS CLASSES                      payment. Incomplete forms will be returned to
MAIL-IN                              sender. Processing of mail-in registration form will
                                     be on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration
REGISTRATION FORM                    form must be received one week prior to the be-
                                     ginning of class.
& INSTRUCTIONS
Senior program students please       2      The registration fee must accompany the
                                            registration form. Checks and money or-
                                     ders are the only forms of payment accepted.
preregister or register the first
day of class with the instructor.    Checks and money orders will be accepted only
                                     for the exact amount of the class, payable to Co-
                                     lumbia Basin College. YOU MUST WRITE YOUR
Students will be notified of can-    STUDENT IDENTIFICATION NUMBER ON THE
celled classes due to insufficient   CHECK. There is a $10 fee for all checks returned
enrollment prior to first class.     due to non-sufficient funds and the student will be
                                     dropped from the class. Please do not send cash.


                                     3     Senior courses are $17.50 each.
                                           Traffic Control classes are $35.00 each.


                                     4     Send registration and fees to:
                                            Registration Office
                                            Community Education & Seniors Program
                                            Columbia Basin College
                                            2600 N. 20th Ave.
                                            Pasco, WA 99301-3379




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                                   DEGREE OPTIONS

                Associate in Applied Science Degree
                                        (Employment Preparation)

            Administrative Office Technology                 Early Childhood Education
            AG Business Management                           Engineering Technology
            Agriculture Production                           Fire Science
            Agri-Chemical Business                           Human Services
            Auto Body Technology                             Machine Technology
            Automotive Technology                            Nursing (ADN)
            Business Adminisrtation                          Paraeducation
            Computer Science                                 Paralegal
            Criminal Justice                                 Paramedic
            Dental Hygiene                                   Welding Technology




              Associate in Arts & Science Degree
                          (Undergraduate Degree Preparation for B.A. or B.S.)

  Accounting                              Foreign Languages                  Music
  Art                                     General Studies                    Nursing
  Business Administration                 Health and Physical Education      Philosophy
  Criminal Justice                        Home Economics                     Political Science
  Drama                                   History                            Public Affairs
  Economics                               Management                         Secondary Education
  Elementary Education                    Marketing                          Sociology
  English                                 Mathematics                        Special Education
  Fine Arts                               Medical Technology




Associate in Science                                        Associate in Science
           (Transfer Degree)                                             (Transfer Degree)
(Undergraduate Degree Preparation for B.S.)                   (Undergraduate Degree Preparation for B.S.)

        Engineering                                                   Biological Sciences
        Computer Science                                              Chemistry
        Physics                                                       Enviromental Sciences
        Atmospheric Sciences                                          Resource Sciences
                                                                      Ecology and Earth Sciences




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

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                WORKER RETRAINING / CAMP PROGRAM

                                WORKER RETRAINING
 Are you unemployed? Is your occupation or industry        Financial assistance for training may be available
 in decline? Are your skills no longer in demand? If       to eligible dislocated workers or long-term unem-
 you are unemployed, through no fault of your own,         ployed individuals. Assistance may include tuition
 with limited opportunity to return to your previous       and fees, books, child care and transportation for
 occupation, you may be eligible for Worker Retrain-       any Columbia Basin College vocational or techni-
 ing.                                                      cal program. Training Completion Aid may also be
 Worker Retraining may allow individuals who are           available for individuals who have exhausted their
 unemployed to participate in retraining while receiv-     unemployment insurance benefits.
 ing unemployment insurance benefits. To qualify for
 Worker Retraining an individual must be a resident        For more information about program eligibility
 of Washington state; be currently receiving unem-             call the Columbia Basin College Worker
 ployment insurance benefits or have exhausted their       Retraining office at (509) 547-0511, ext. 2446.
 unemployment insurance benefits; and have been
 affected by a plant closure, decline in their industry,       Classes for Winter Quarter are listed on
 or other job loss through no fault of their own.               page 64 in the WorkSource section.




                           ATTENTION!!
      N E W STUDENT ORIENTATIO N
              Required for priority advising and registration!
              Plan ahead! Get the RIGHT information!
              Call CBC 547-0511 ext. 2305 or ext. 2731!




     COLLEGE ASSISTANCE MIGRANT PROGRAM (CAMP)
              ATTENTION MIGRANT AND SEASONAL FARM WORKERS!
              Columbia Basin College now has applications available for the new
                            College Assistance Migrant Program.

     If you or your parents have been farm workers in the last two years, you may be eligible for
          college financial services, career and personal counseling, and instructional support.

                      Call CBC today, 547-0511, extension 2507.
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                                          SBDC / INTRAMURALS

                          CBC-SBDC 2004
               SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT CENTER
                     901 N Colorado Street Kennewick, WA 99336 (509) 735-6222

The Small Business Development                                             Our Schedule includes the following classes:
                                                                        Considerations in Starting a Minority or HUB Business
Center is a no-fee service agency                                       Payroll (Hands on with Quickbooks)
                                                                        Marketing and Advertising
collaboratively funded by CBC,                                          Market Research & Analysis
the SBDC, and TRIDEC.                                                   Customer Relations
                                                                        Financing for Your Business
                                                                        Hiring for Success
We provide assistance to entrepreneurs, independent                     Developing Your Employee Handbook
business owners and managers interested in developing,                  Legal Issues in Human Resources
improving or expanding their business. Coaching is available            Time and Office Management
in a variety of areas from developing a business, marketing             How to Buy, Sell, or Evaluate Your Business
or financial planning, to interviewing and hiring, training,            How to do Business with the Government
customer service and computer applications for businesses.              Tax Responsibilities
Services include one-on-one counseling, networking,                     Web Page Design (Hands on)
education programs and access to innovative assessment                  Logo Design
programs, patenting information and marketing research.                 And more!
Contact us at 735-6222 for more information.                        Create a Class
                                                                    If you or your organization requires training we will work with
We offer seminars and workshops to help the small business          you to create a class customized for your needs. You provide
owner or manager. The classes are generally 3 hours and are         6-12 people, we will do the rest. Call us with your idea and
held on a weeknight at the TRIDEC building in Kennewick.            let us help you get the training and skills you need.
Our instructors share their expertise, focus their information
and material on small business application, and provide an          No Fee Business Start-Up Information Sessions
interactive learning experience. Class size is limited to provide   Do you need some very basic information about how to
a setting to maximize interaction.                                  start your own business? We offer 2-4 business information
                                                                    sessions per month. These 2 hours sessions cover business
Don’t delay in registering for your class. Call 735-6222, or        licenses, loans and funding options, business structures, busi-
stop by TRIDEC, 901 N Colorado Street, Kennewick. We                ness plans, networking, reference and resource lists. Please
accept checks and cash. Your paid registration ensures your         call 735-6222 to sign up for the next session.
space.
                                                                    To receive our class schedule, to be added to our mail-
                                                                    ing list, or to find out more about how we can help you
                                                                    in your business, please call 735-6222.




                                 CBC CO-ED INTRAMURALS
  Intramural sports and related activities play a valuable role in the total student experience at CBC. Participation in intramu-
  rals helps create a rewarding collegiate experience by creating a new dimension to student life away from the classroom.
  Intramural activities provide students unique opportunities for social interaction, promotion of personal fitness and self
  esteem, and outlets for organized fun!
  Funded by your student activities fee, CBC Intramurals offers the following co-ed sports during the fall, winter, and spring
  quarters from 11:30am -12:30pm on Tuesdays, Wednesday, and Thursdays of each week:
  Fall - Flag Football
  Winter - Basketball
  Spring - Soccer and Frisbee Golf
  Additional activities anticipated for 2003-04 include bowling, golf, game room activities, 3 on 3 sports tournaments,
  a body building competition, and giant inflatable games.
   For more information or to share your great ideas, please contact Intramurals Coordinator: Laura Stoker 547-0511 x2369.
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             Administrative Office Technology – AOT                                                                                    CREDIT CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY            TIME                   LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY            TIME                   LOCATION



                  HOW TO READ THE CLASS OFFERINGS




               ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE                                                                 AOT 109.2              Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
                                                                                                     Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully
                 TECHNOLOGY (AOT)                                                                    planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and
AOT 101                Keyboarding I                                                                 numeric keys as well as efficient use of the service keys. Develops
Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers,                                     10-key proficiency using 10-key pad. Student may enroll once in
symbols, and operational keys using a computer. It is recommend-                                     AOT 109.1, AOT 109.2, and AOT 109.3 for a maximum of six
ed that a student take CA 100 in the same quarter.                                                   credits. Prerequisite: AOT 101 and AOT 109.1.
                                                                                                     1914 AA         3      RAY, B                  MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM W180D
1902 AA         2      RAY, B                  MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM W180D                 Class meets 2/11/04-3/19/04.
Class meets 1/5/04-2/10/04.
                                                                                                     1916 BA         3      WILLIS, S               MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM W180D
1904 BA         2      WILLIS, S               MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM W180D                 Class meets 2/11/04-3/19/04.
Class meets 1/5/04-2/10/04.
                                                                                                     8456 DII        3      JOHNSTON, K               ARR           ARR
8450 DII        2      RAY, B                    ARR           ARR                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make       occasional visits to campus. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previ-
occasional visits to campus. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previ-       ously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class. Required orienta-
ously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class. Required orienta-   tion meeting on 1/5/04 at 8:00 a.m. in W174A.
tion meeting on 1/5/04 at 4:00 p.m. in W180D.

AOT 102                Keyboarding II                                                                AOT 109.3              Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
Reinforces keyboarding skills. Introduces appropriate formatting of                                  Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully
business letters, personal letters, memos, reports, and tables using                                 planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and
a word processing software. Prerequisites: AOT 101 and CA 100                                        numeric keys as well as efficient use of the service keys. Develops
or advanced placement for comparable skills. $10 lab fee.                                            10-key proficiency using 10-key pad. Student may enroll once in
1906 AA         2      RAY, B                  MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM W180D                 AOT 109.1, AOT 109.2, and AOT 109.3 for a maximum of six
Class meets 2/11/04-3/19/04.                                                                         credits. Prerequisite: AOT 101 and AOT 109.2.
1908 BA         2      WILLIS, S               MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM                       1918 AA         3      RAY, B                  MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM W180D
Class meets 2/11/04-3/19/04.                                                                         Class meets 2/11/04-3/19/04.
8452 DII        2      RAY, B                    ARR           ARR                                   1920 BA         3      WILLIS, S               MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM W180D
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make       8458 DII        3      JOHNSTON, K              ARR            ARR
occasional visits to campus. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previ-       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
ously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class. Required orienta-   occasional visits to campus. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previ-
tion meeting on 2/6/04 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. in W180E.                                                 ously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class. Required orienta-
                                                                                                     tion meeting on 1/5/04 at 8:00 a.m. in W174A.
AOT 109.1              Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully                                          AOT 114                Editing
planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and                                        Develops competency to proofread and edit business documents
numeric keys, as well as efficient use of the service keys. Develops                                 for correct usage of grammar, punctuation, sentence construc-
10-key proficiency using 10-key pad. Student may enroll once in                                      tion, parallelism, and use of numbers. Introduction to machine
AOT 109.1, AOT 109.2, and AOT 109.3 for a maximum of six                                             transcription. Develops competency to produce transcribed
credits. Prerequisite: AOT 101.                                                                      business documents in a timely manner. Waiver considered for
1910 AA         3      RAY, B                  MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM W180D                 students achieving ASSET scores of Writing 47 and Reading 42,
Class meets 2/11/04-3/19/04.                                                                         or 10 credits of college English writing courses with 2.0 or above.
1912 BA         3      WILLIS, S
Class meets 2/11/04-3/19/04.
                                               MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM W180D                 Prerequisites: AOT 102 and eligibility for ENG 99. $10 lab fee.
                                                                                                     1922 AA         5      JOHNSTON, K             MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM W180A
8454 DII        3      JOHNSTON, K               ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previ-
ously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class. Required orienta-
tion meeting on 1/5/04 at 8:00 a.m. in W174.



17 - Credit Classes                                                                                                      *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                            Administrative Office Technology – Administrative Office Technology

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                  DAY            TIME                   LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY            TIME                   LOCATION
AOT 117                Office Orientation                                                            AOT 147                Medical Terminology I
Encompasses business ethics, presonal values, human relations,                                       Provides a basic background of medical terminology for the
and effective communication in an office environment. Focuses                                        medical office. Major topics to be studied are: cells and oncology,
on attaining and retaining entry-level employment. Provides an                                       tissues and the integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular
opportunity to shadow an office professional.                                                        system, nervous system, special senses, glands, cardiovascular
1924 AA         3      WILLIS, S                TWTh           12:40PM- 1:30PM W180D                 system; blood and lymphatic-immune systems, respiratory system;
                                                                                                     digestive system; urinary system, reproductive system, pregnancy
AOT 118                Legal Aspects of the Medical Office
                                                                                                     and human development; and general diseases, lab tests, diagno-
Presentation of issues concerning ethics, bioethics and laws im-
                                                                                                     ses, surgery, pharmacology, and therapy. Emphasis is placed on
portant to medical office settings. Legal concepts with particular
                                                                                                     identifying and labeling word parts, defining and building medi-
reference to health care providers (and office support personnel)
                                                                                                     cal terms, basic anatomy and becoming familiar with common
and records generated in medical offices. Confidentiality, release
                                                                                                     diseases of the systems.
of information, consents and liability of hospital and providers of                                  1934 AA         5      CLARKE, H                 TTh           3:00PM- 5:10PM            W180A
care will be discussed, as well as current pertinent legislation and                                 8466 DII        5      MCBURNEY, J               ARR           ARR
including related HIPAA requirements. Recommended prerequi-                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to
                                                                                                     make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
site: Internet proficiency.                                                                          who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class.
1926 AA         3      STAFF                    TWTh           11:30AM-12:20PM W180A                 Required orientation meeting on 1/5/04 from 5:15-7:00 p.m. in W180A.
                                                                                                     8468 WB         5      MCBURNEY, J                TTh           5:15PM- 7:25PM           W180A
AOT 124                Intermediate Spreadsheet Applications
Develops employable application skills using a spreadsheet soft-                                     AOT 150                Coding I
ware, currently Microsoft Excel 2002. Emphasizes creation and                                        Presentation of International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9)
design of spreadsheets including formulas, projections, charting,                                    medical coding methods and guidelines with practical applica-
Web pages, lists, macros, and multiple workbooks as needed                                           tion. The contents of this course were formerly in BT 151. Prereq-
for efffective presentations in the business/office environment.                                     uisites: AOT 147.
Preparation for Microsoft Office User Specialist, Microsoft Excel                                    1936 AA         4      CLARKE, H               MTWTh            1:50PM- 2:50PM           W180E
Certification. Prerequisite: CA 100 and eligibility for Math 106.                                    AOT 151                Coding II
$10 lab fee.                                                                                         Presentation of medical coding methods and guidelines using
8460 DII        5      MARTINEZ, G               ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to            Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) and HCPCS and practical
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students          application. The contents of this course were formerly in BT 150.
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class.
Required orientation meeting on 1/6/04 at 4:00 p.m. in W180D.                                        Prerequisites: AOT 150.
                                                                                                     1938 AA         4      CLARKE, H                 MW             3:00PM- 5:10PM           W180A
AOT 125                Database Applications
Develops employable application skills using a database software,                                    AOT 172                Word Processing I
currently Micorsoft Access 2002. Emphasis is on creating the struc-                                  Develops employable word processing skills and implements
ture, the data file, queries, and the forms and reports needed for                                   effective application in a business environment using a word
effective presentations in a business/office environment. Includes                                   processing software, currently Microsoft Word 2002. Topics
creating an application system using macros, wizards, and the                                        covered include all major functions of Word, including margins,
swithchboard. Prerequisite: CA 100. $10 lab fee.                                                     tabs, tables, columns, document enhancement, graphics, merge,
1928 AA         5      WILLIS, S               MTWTh            3:00PM- 4:00PM           W180D       styles, outline, tables of contents, and templates. Preparation for
                                                                                                     Microsoft Office User Certification. Prerequisite: AOT 102. $10 lab
AOT 126                Presentation Applications                                                     fee.
This class introduces the fundamentals of presentation software,                                     1940 AA         5      MARTINEZ, G             MTWTh            8:00AM-10:10AM W180D
                                                                                                     Class meets 1/5/04-2/12/04.
currently Microsoft PowerPoint 2002. Students will learn how to
create and modify a slide presentation, insert clip art, add slide                                   8470 DII        5      ALDRIDGE, P               ARR           ARR
                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to
transition and animation effects, create graphic objects, and pre-                                   make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
                                                                                                     who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class.
pare a presentation for publishing to the Web using PowerPoint.                                      Required orientation meeting on 1/7/04 from 5:15-7:00 p.m. in W180E.
Preparation for Microsoft Office User Expert PowerPoint certifica-
tion. Prerequisite: CA 100. $10 lab fee.                                                             AOT 195.2              Supervised Employment
8462 WB         3      ALDRIDGE, P                TTh           5:15PM- 6:30PM           W180D       A supervised work experience involving the application and prac-
                                                                                                     tice of skills and principles learned in the classroom. Supervised
AOT 129                Accounting Software
                                                                                                     Employment site must meet degree or certificate specialty require-
Introduction to accounting software, currently QuickBooks Pro                                        ment. One credit equals 33 work hours. May be repeated for
2002, includes establishing a business, journalizing, and prepa-                                     credit and experience. Prerequisites: AOT 102, 117, and instruc-
ration of financial statements. Set up new company and make                                          tor permission.
entries to existing accounting records. Prerequisites: CA 100 and                                    1942 AA        1- 5    MARTINEZ, G                 M            4:10PM- 5:10PM           W180D
concurrent enrollment in AOT 130, or instructor permission. $10
lab fee.                                                                                             AOT 270                Business Correspondence
1930 AA         3      JOHNSTON, K              TWTh           11:30AM-12:20PM W180E                 Applies human relations in the composition of business com-
                                                                                                     munciations by integrating effective mechanics and document
AOT 130                Practical Accounting
                                                                                                     content. Emphasis on analyzing and adapting messages to all au-
Applies fundamentals of accounting theory and bookkeeping pro-                                       diences, including multicultural and international, and choosing
cedures covering the accounting cycle, use of special journals and                                   the appropriate strategy to accomplish the written task effectively.
financial statements. Provides practical training in the use of book-                                Includes communciating through email, letters, memos, and
keeping procedures, forms, and systems using manually prepared                                       reports. Utilizes on-line services. Prerequisites: AOT 114, 172, or
solutions for a service business.                                                                    173, Internet proficiency, and eligibility for English 101.
1932 AA         5      JOHNSTON, K             MTWTh           12:40PM- 1:40PM W180A
                                                                                                     1644 AA         5      WILLIS, S               MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM W180E




                    *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                             Credit Classes - 18
           Adult Basic Education – Anthropology

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                   COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR    DAY      TIME             LOCATION   LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
AOT 272             Word Processing II                                  AG       235          Greenhouse Production
Applies knowledge of advanced word processing features in               An introduction to green house production. This is a class that is
Word 2002, including styles, macros, mail merge, templates, and         designed to give the student an opportunity to learn about vari-
long documents, to prepare complex, integrated documents.               ous greenhouse and horticulture techniques.
Solves software-related problems through trouble-shooting prac-         8612 WB        1- 5    COCHRAN, J             MTWTh           2:10AM- 3:10PM              ARR
tice. Preparation for the Microsoft Office User Specialist, Microsoft
                                                                        AG       245          Agricultural Business Management
Word Expert Certification. Prerequisite: AOT 172. $10 lab fee.
1946 AA        3     JOHNSTON, K   MWTh     8:00AM-10:10AM W180D
                                                                        This is a course that will give the students the basic skills in agri-
Class meets 2/18/04-3/19/04.                                            cultural business management. Students will learn management
                                                                        tools, supported by the use of computers. This course is aimed at
AOT 290             Professional Development                            and focuses on the agricultural business sector of the economy.
Develops ethical qualities and personal approaches for success          8616 WB         5      OLBERDING, T             MW            7:30PM- 9:00PM             K101
and excellence in office careers. Emphasis on maintaining a
personal and professional balance in today’s society. Refines job-      AG       250          Introduction to Geographic Information
search strategies, resume writing, interviewing techniques, and                               Systems
professional image. Student must be near end of program to en-          This is a course that will give the students the basic skills in agri-
roll in this class. Prerequisites: Internet proficiency, AOT 117, and   cultural business management. Students will learn management
eligibility for English 101, and AOT 172 or 173.                        tools, supported by the use of computers. This course is aimed at
1948 AA        3     MARTINEZ, G   TWTh     1:50PM- 2:40PM    W180D     and focuses on the agricultural business sector of the economy.
                                                                        6016 AA         4      HINDES, C              MTWTh           6:50AM- 7:50PM              ARR
        ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (ABE)                                     6018 AA         4      HINDES, C               MT             8:00AM- 9:00PM              ARR


All levels of ABE/GED are offered during the day and evening at
                                                                                                 ANTHROPOLOGY
the Pasco and Richland campuses as well as at various locations         ANT 101               Anthropology [S/B]
throughout the community. For information on assessment and             An introduction to the study of human natural history. The course
registration times, please call 547-0511 ext.2301.                      will emphasize the evolution of the human species, which led to
                                                                        the capacity for social evolution, and how that social accumula-
                          AGRICULTURE                                   tion of technology and institutions re-shaped its human inventor.
                                                                        2070 AA         5      TAFF, M                MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              L101
AG       142        Crop Protection II                                  8200 DII        5      TAFF, M                 ARR           ARR
The study of the various materials and techniques for controlling       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
                                                                        occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
economically-important insects and plant diseases that occur in         have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednes-
                                                                        day, 1/7/04, 7:00 p.m., Room L101.
the Inland Northwest. Safety to the public and personnel will be a
major portion of the course.                                            ANT 120               Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
6004 AA        5     HINDES, C     MTWTh    9:10AM-10:10AM      N103
                                                                                              [S/B]
AG       146        Plant Pathology                                     Cultural Anthropology is the branch of anthropology that studies
A study of plant diseases as they relate to crops in the northwest.     the species Homo sapiens from a cultural perspective. During this
This course is designed to aid the agriculturist working with grow-     quarter we will examine the diversity and similarity of cultures and
ers to diagnosis plant diseases common to the northwest with            peoples throughout the world. This examination will include the
emphasis on identification and control.                                 diverse religions, languages, and economic, social and political
6010 AA        5     COCHRAN, J    MTWTh    10:20AM-11:20PM     N103    systems found in the different world cultures. Because of the re-
                     COCHRAN, J     WTh     11:30AM-12:30PM     N103    search paper requirement in this class, it is strongly recommended
AG       201        Soils                                               that students complete ENG101 before taking ANT 120.
                                                                        2072 AA         5      TAFF, M                MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             L101
The study of soils in their relationships to growing and fertilizing
plants; assists in understanding the problems of plant nutrition
and fertilizing practices.
6012 AA        4     WIRTH, G      MTWTh    6:50AM- 9:50AM      K101

AG       201.1      Soils Lab
Laboratory studies to examine soils and how they impact agricul-
ture. Concurrent enrollment in AG 201 required.
6014 AA        1     WIRTH, G         MT    8:00AM- 9:00AM      N104

AG       231        General Viticulture
This course covers vine growth, strategies of grape production,
management of the vine and crop hazards associated with the
grape juice and wine industries.
6002 AA        4     HINDES, C     MTWTh    11:30AM-12:30PM     K101

AG       233        Potato Production
The study of irrigated potato production practices that are em-
ployed in central Washington irrigated conditions, including prac-
tices designed to produce maximum yields.
6006 AA        5     WIRTH, G      MT       9:10AM-10:10AM      N104
               4     WIRTH, G      WTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM      N104

AG       233.1      Potato Production Lab
A laboratory designed to assist in the understanding of practices
used in the raising of potatoes. Concurrent enrollment in AG 233
required.
6008 AA        1     WIRTH, G      WTh      9:10AM-10:10AM      N104


19 - Credit Classes                                                                         *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                                                Art – Art

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

                                         ART                                                     ART     201.1      Photography I
                                                                                                 Basic course in the use of the 35mm S.L.R. camera and darkroom
ART      110          Intro to Art [H]                                                           procedures with emphasis on the elements of design, composi-
A general survey of fine and applied arts with brief media encoun-                               tion, and imagery. It includes an introduction to the historical and
ters in various areas of art. The class emphasis is on building a                                aesthetic movements of photography. $10 lab fee.
general appreciation of the techniques, styles and history of art.                               0128 AA      3     MC   ADIE,   I   TWTh   12:40PM- 2:20PM     B106A
0102    AA      5     GRAVENSLUND            MTWTh          6:50AM- 7:50AM              P201                        MC   ADIE,   I   TWTh   12:40PM- 2:20PM      B105
0104    BA      5     STAFF                  MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM              P201     0130 BA      3     MC   ADIE,   I   TWTh   3:00PM- 4:40PM      B106A
0106    CA      5     PIERCE, G              MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              P201                        MC   ADIE,   I   TWTh   3:00PM- 4:40PM       B105
0108    DA      5     CRAIG, J               MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             P201
0110    EA      5     DRYBURGH, M            MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             D114     ART     202.1      Photography II
0111    FA      5     NETH, T                 TTh           12:40PM- 2:40PM             P201     Study of photography for the advanced student photographer
8004    WB      5     MC CLELLAND             MW            5:00PM- 7:10PM              P201     with working knowledge of film/camera techniques and ability to
8000    DII     5     HO, M                                 ARR                          ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make   function independently in a black and white darkroom. Prerequi-
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
                                                                                                 sites: ART 111 and ART 201.1 recommended. $10 lab fee.
learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must     0132 AA      3     MC ADIE, I       TWTh    3:00PM- 4:40PM     B106A
contact Melody Ho by the second day of class, either via email at mho@columbiabasin.edu or                          MC ADIE, I       TWTh    3:00PM- 4:40PM      B105
by phone at ext. 2465.
8002 DII        5     HO, M                    ARR          ARR                                  ART     208.1      Digital Photography
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who       This course is an introduction to the use of computers and com-
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
                                                                                                 puter software to enhance, manipulate, and repair photographs.
contact Melody Ho by the second day of class, either via email at mho@columbiabasin.edu or       8010 WB      2     MC ADIE, I        W      6:00PM- 9:30PM      B105
by phone at ext. 2465.
                                                                                                 ART     215.1      Painting I
ART      111          Design I                                                                   An introduction to techniques of painting in oil or acrylic; prepa-
Introduction to the formal elements and principles of design                                     ration of wood, canvas and paper supports; color mixing and
common to all two-dimensional media. The student examines                                        application methods. Traditional and experimental approaches to
the formal elements of line, shape, form, space, pattern, texture                                subject matter, composition, and expression. $10 lab fee.
and color, and applies the principles of unity and variety, balance,                             0134 AA      3     PETRE, T         MW     12:40PM- 3:20PM      P202
focus repetition, rhythm, movement and proportion. Students are                                  8006 WB      3     PETRE, T         TTh    6:00PM- 8:30PM       P202
introduced to spatial and ordering strategies through a sequence                                 ART     216.1      Painting II
of design and color theory problems which emphasize creative                                     Continuation of ART 215 with greater emphasis on individual de-
problem solving, using a variety of media and techniques. Rec-                                   velopment of subject matter, technique and personal expression.
ommended for all art, design, photography and architecture                                       Oil, acrylic or mixed media. Prerequisite: ART 215.1. $10 lab fee.
students, and for anyone with a general interest in art.                                         0136 AA      3     PETRE, T         MW     12:40PM- 3:20PM      P202
0112 AA         5     CRAIG, J               MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             P201     8008 WB      3     PETRE, T         TTh    6:00PM- 8:30PM       P202
0114 BA         5     PIERCE, G               MW            12:40PM- 2:40PM             P201
                                                                                                 ART     220.1      Sculpture I
ART      112.1        3D Design II                                                               A study of three-dimensional form with emphasis on the inter-
This course of study is an introduction to the visual and tactile                                relationships between space and form through the techniques
elements and principles that relate to three-dimensional forms in                                of modeling, mold-making, and casting. ART 111 and ART 112
space. The student will execute various aesthetic design problems                                recommended. $10 lab fee.
that focus on arriving at a better understanding of a three-dimen-                               0138 AA      3     CRAIG, J         MTW     8:00AM- 9:40AM      P101
sional dialogue, applicable to sculpture, architecture and ceram-                                8012 WB      3     MC CLELLAND      MW      6:00PM- 8:30PM      P101
ics, as well as product package and landscape design. ART 111
Recommended. $10 lab fee.                                                                        ART     221.1      Sculpture II
0116 AA         5     CRAIG, J                 MTW           8:00AM- 9:40AM             P101     A continuation of ART 220 with emphasis on the techniques of
                                                                                                 casting, construction, and carving. Prerequisite: ART 220.
ART      113.1        Drawing I                                                                  8014 WB      3     MC CLELLAND      MW      6:00PM- 8:30PM      P101
A basic studio course that focuses on the fundamental skills:
observation composition, development of forms and personal                                       ART     222.1      Pottery I
expression. Surveys a wide range of media and techniques and                                     A basic introduction to ceramic forms with emphasis on produc-
examines master works of drawing. $10 Lab fee.                                                   tion by hand methods. Consideration of the nature and possibili-
0118 AA         3     PETRE, T                 MTW          8:00AM- 9:40AM              P202     ties of clay, clay body formulation, and introductory glaze testing,
0120 BA         3     STARKEY, K               TTh          12:40PM- 3:10PM             P202     as well as airing procedures for bisque and glaze. ART 111 and
                                                                                                 ART 112 recommended. $10 lab fee.
ART      114.1        Drawing II                                                                 0140 AA     1- 3   PIERCE, G        MTW    10:20AM-12:00PM      P101
A continuation of ART 113 with emphasis on individual direction,                                 8016 WB     3      GRAVENSLUND      TTh    6:00PM- 8:30PM       P101
composition, expanded technique and media experiences. Pre-
requisite: ART 113.1 or instructor’s permission. $10 lab fee.                                    ART     223.1      Pottery II
0122 AA         3     PETRE, T                 MTW           8:00AM- 9:40AM             P202     A continuation of ART 222 with special emphasis on wheel tech-
                                                                                                 nique, glaze calculation, and design of clay forms. Prerequisite:
ART      117          Art History Medieval-Baro [H]                                              ART 222. $10 lab fee.
A study of architecture, painting and sculpture from the Middle                                  0142 AA      3     PIERCE, G        MTW    10:20AM-12:00PM      P101
Ages through the Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. Comparative                                    8018 WB      3     GRAVENSLUND      TTh    6:00PM- 8:30PM       P101
studies of Eastern Traditions.
0124 AA         5     PETRE, T               MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             D114
                                                                                                 ART     225.1      Jewelry I
                                                                                                 The design and construction of jewelry using a variety of media
ART      119          Art History of Asia [H]                                                    and traditional fabrication techniques of metal working. $10 lab
A survey of painting, sculpture, ceramics and architecture of India,                             fee
China, Southeast Asia, and Japan, with emphasis on political, phi-                               0144 AA      3     NETH, T          MW     12:40PM- 3:10PM      P101
losophcal and religious courses that shape far eastern art.
0126 AA         5     PIERCE, K              MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM             D114



                    *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                     Credit Classes - 20
             Associate Degree Nursing – Automotive Service Technology

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                           COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR             DAY     TIME             LOCATION   LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR             DAY     TIME             LOCATION
ART      226.1          Jewelry II                                              ADN 235.1               Nursing Trends Lab
A continuation of ART 225 with emphasis on advanced fabrication                 A campus laboratory experience designed to allow the nursing
techniques and contemporary jewelry design. $10 lab fee                         student time to gain proficiency in nursing skills before actual
0146 AA         3       NETH, T              MW     12:40PM- 3:10PM     P101    practice in the hospital setting. Students enrolled in the Nursing
                                                                                Program register for this class each quarter. Pass/Fail class. Prereq-
ART      253.1          Studio Problems - Drawing
                                                                                uisite: enrollment in the Nursing Program. $10 lab fee required.
Individual, contracted, advanced study in drawing. Studio and                   4026    AA     1-   2   STAFF                M      11:30AM-12:30PM      WSU
seminar. $10 lab fee.                                                           4028    BA     1-   2   STAFFS               M      11:30AM-12:30PM      WSU
0148 AA        1- 3     PETRE, T            MTW     8:00AM- 9:40AM      P202    4030    CA     1-   2   MORRIS, P            M      11:30AM-12:30PM      WSU
                                                                                4032    DA     1-   2   HOERNER, M           M      11:30AM-12:30PM      WSU
ART      254.1          Studio Problems - Painting                              Class meets at the WSU Tri-Cities campus.
Individual, contracted, advanced study in painting. Studio and
seminar. $10 lab fee.                                                                                         ASTRONOMY
0150 AA        1- 3     PETRE, T             MW     12:40PM- 3:20PM     P202
8020 WB        1- 3     PETRE, T             TTh    6:00PM- 8:30PM      P202    AST      101            Astronomy [M/S]
                                                                                A survey of astronomy including history of astronomy, the solar
ART      255.1          Studio Problems - Sculpture                             system, galaxies, cosmology, and current topics. Several night
Individual, contracted, advanced study in sculpture. Studio and                 observation sessions are held. Lecture and lab must be taken con-
seminar. $10 lab fee.                                                           currently. Prerequisite: MTH 91.
0152 AA        1- 3     CRAIG, J            MTW     8:00AM- 9:40AM      P101
                                                                                8523 WB         4       GEORGE, A           MW      6:00PM- 9:00PM      S151
8028 WB        1- 3     MC CLELLAND         MW      6:00PM- 8:30PM      P101
                                                                                AST      101.1          Astronomy Lab [M/S]
ART      256.1          Studio Problems - Jewelry                               8525 WB         1       GEORGE, A           MW      6:00PM- 9:00PM      S151
Individual contracted advanced study in jewelry. Studio and semi-               $10 lab fee.
nar. $10 lab fee.
0154 AA        1- 3     NETH, T              MW     12:40PM- 3:10PM     P101                   AUTO BODY TECHNOLOGY
ART      257.1          Studio Problems - Pottery                               ABT      121            Subassembly Repair
Individual, contracted, advanced study in pottery. Studio and                   This class is divided into three segments. In the first segment,
seminar. $10 lab fee.                                                           students learn the mechanics of vehicle doors necessary for align-
0156 AA        1- 3     PIERCE, G           MTW     10:20AM-12:00PM     P101    ment, mechanical repairs and aligning adjustable body panels. In
8030 WB        1- 3     GRAVENSLUND         TTh     6:00PM- 8:30PM      P101
                                                                                the second segment, students learn to replace body panels that
ART      259.1          Studio Problems - Photography                           are welded on to the vehicle. Students will take ASSET test first
Individual, contracted, advanced study in photography. Studio                   week of class if not previously taken.
and seminar. $10 lab fee.                                                       6204 BA         5       LOZANO, R           DAILY   12:00PM-12:50PM     V126
0158 AA        1- 3     MC ADIE, I          TWTh    ARR                B106A
                        MC ADIE, I          TWTh    ARR                 B105
                                                                                ABT      1211           Subassembly Repair Lab
                                                                                Lab time providing hands-on experience in refining metal work
ART      299            Art Portfolio                                           and straightening skills, welding, repairing, installing and filling
Students will focus on creating artist statements, resumes and the              body parts. $10 lab fee required.
photographiing od art work for their art portfolio.                             6206 AA        1- 9     HAYES, R            DAILY   8:00AM-11:50AM      V126
0159 AA         1       DRYBURGH, M          Th     11:30AM-12:30PM     P101    6208 BA        1- 9     LOZANO, R           DAILY   1:00PM- 3:50PM      V126

                                                                                ABT      221            Body Rebuilding I
        ASSOCIATE DEGREE NURSING                                                This course is a continuation of Body Rebuilding I. Students com-
ADN 221                 Nursing V                                               plete a major collision repair project and learn to use a variety of
A continuation of Nursing IV. There is continued emphasis on                    mechanical components for repair and replacement.
advanced nursing skills as well as leadership, delegation, pharma-              6212 AA         5       HAYES, R            DAILY   7:00AM- 7:50AM      V122
cological management and critical thinking skills development in                ABT      221.1          Body Rebuilding I Lab
both theory and clinical. Prerequisites: Nursing IV 211/211.1 and               Lab time spent working with maximum straightening jobs, instal-
Bio 260/260.1, Microbiology with a grade of 2.0 or above in all.                lation of welded parts, collision work and spot paint with various
4010 AA        1- 5     HOERNER, M          MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM       WSU
4012 BA        1- 5     STAFF               MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM       WSU    types of paint. $10 lab fee required.
Class meets at the WSU Tri-Cities campus.                                       6214 AA        1- 9     HAYES, R            DAILY   8:00AM-11:50AM      V126

ADN 221.1               Nursing V Lab                                           AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY
This class is offered to complement the ADN 221 theory course.
$10 lab fee required.                                                           AMT 100                 Basic Automotive Maintenance
4014    AA     1-   6   FIX, C               TW     6:50AM-11:50AM       WSU    This course is designed for student who would like to know more
4016    BA     1-   6   VAN SCHOIACK         ThF    6:50AM-11:50AM       WSU    about their personal vehicle. Learn how to save maintenance and
4018    CA     1-   6   VAN SCHOIACK         TW     6:50AM-11:50AM       WSU    repair costs by performing some basic maintenance yourself. Save
4020    DA     1-   6   STAFF                ThF    6:50AM-11:50AM       WSU    money by knowing what to look for in a repair shop. Save money
4022    EA     1-   6   MORRIS, P            TW     6:50AM-11:50AM       WSU
4024    FA     1-   6   BRAULT, K            ThF    6:50AM-11:20AM       WSU    in knowing how to talk to a mechanic.
Class meets at the WSU Tri-Cities campus.                                       8630 WB         2       PRATHER, M          TTh     6:00PM- 7:00PM     V132A

                                                                                AMT 100.1               Basic Automotive Maintenance Lab
                                                                                This course is designed to give students an introduction to automo-
                                                                                tive systems and basic mechanical operating systems applicable to
                                                                                all phases of the automotive industry. The student will gain practical
                                                                                “hands-on” experience by working on vehicles in the lab and per-
                                                                                forming various tasks to support automotive theories learned in the
                                                                                classroom. A student can purchase one credit (22 hours) or up to
                                                                                three credits. Lab hours are on an arranged basis.
                                                                                8632 WB        1- 3     WILTSE, R           TTh     7:00PM-10:00PM      V133


21 - Credit Classes                                                                                 *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                Automotive Service Technology – Biology

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC CREDITS INSTRUCTOR     DAY      TIME              LOCATION   LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
AMT 102            Introduction to the Automotive Trades                                                    BIOLOGY
An introduction to general automotive systems and service pro-
cedures. This course is designed to familiarize the student with         BIO      100          General Biology [M/S]
the automotive industry and the requirements of becoming an              An introductory course in basic biological principles and process-
automotive repair technician or autobody repair technician. Class        es. The lab illustrates the basic concepts discussed in lecture and
time consists of lecture on theory of preventative maintenance           acquaints students with general laboratory procedures. Primarily
procedures and systems, basic operation of automotive tools,             for non-science majors.
shop safety, computerized on-line information systems, written as-       5102 AA         4      STARK,R                MTWTh           3:00PM- 4:00PM
                                                                         Section AA lecture must be taken with section AA lab or BA lab.
                                                                                                                                                                  S145
signments and basic automotive repair techniques. Lab time will
                                                                         8526 WB         4      STAFF                    TTh           6:00PM- 9:00PM           T140B
consist of the student applying concepts learned with hands-on           Section WB lecture must be taken with section WB lab.
experience while working on student owned vehicles and school
mock-ups. Prerequisites: ASSET test placement score of minimum           BIO      100.1        General Biology Lab [M/S]
math 32 and reading 35 or the instructor’s permission.                   5103 AA         1      STARK,R                   M            4:00PM- 6:00PM             S154
                                                                         5105 BA         1      STARK,R                    T           4:00PM- 6:00PM             S154
8634 WB      2     WILTSE, R       TTh       6:00PM- 7:00PM     V132A
                                                                         8530 WB         1      STAFF                     Th           6:00PM- 9:00PM             S154
                                                                         $10 lab fee.
AMT 102.1          Introduction to the Automotive Trades Lab
Lab time will consist of the student applying concepts learned           BIO      105          Introduction to Cell Biology
with hands-on experience while working on student-owned and              The structure and functions of the cell covering the levels of or-
school mock-up vehicles. $10 lab fee required.                           ganic complexity from molecules to tissues. The use of models,
8636 WB     1- 3   WILTSE, R       TTh       7:00PM-10:00PM      V133    microscope slides and physiological experiments illustrate cellular
AMT 111            Auto Electrical & Electronics                         structure and function. Prerequisite: high school chemistry, CHM
Topics covered are automotive electrical basics, wiring, acces-          100.0/100.1 or CHM 101.0/101.1.
sories, starting and charging systems and warning circuits. Elec-        5100 AA         4      VON REIS, J            MTWTh           9:10AM-10:00AM             S145
                                                                         Section AA lecture must be taken with section AA lab or BA lab.
tronic theory and the introduction to operation of automotive            5104 CA         4      TAFF, G                MTWTh           9:55AM-10:55AM             WSU
computers is also covered in this class. Emphasis is placed on test      Section CA lecture must be taken with section CA lab. Class meets at the WSU Tri-Cities campus.
                                                                         Room West 240.
equipment and dignosis. This class will help prepare the student
                                                                         8534 WB         4      STAFF                     M            6:00PM- 9:00PM             T180
for the National Mechanics Certification A6 and T6 tests. A variable                            STAFF                     W            6:00PM- 7:00PM             T180
credit lab option is available with instructor’s permission. Students    Section WB lecture must be taken with either section WB lab or XB lab.
will take ASSET test first week of class if not previously taken. Pre-
requisites: Minimum ASSET test placement score of math 32 and            BIO      105.1        Cell Biology Lab
reading 35 and AMT 102, 102.1 or the instructor’s permission.            The structure and functions of the cell covering the levels of or-
6300 AA      5     ARMSTRONG      DAILY      7:30AM- 8:20AM     V132A    ganic complexity from molecules to tissues. The use of models,
                                                                         microscope slides and physiological experiments illustrate cellular
AMT 111.1          Auto Electrical & Electronics Lab                     structure and function. Prerequisite: high school chemistry, CHM
$10 lab fee required.                                                    100.0/100.1 or CHM 101.0/101.1.
6302 AA     1- 9   ARMSTRONG      DAILY      8:30AM-12:00PM      V133    5106    AA      1      STARK, R                   F          9:10AM-11:10AM              S153
                                                                         5108    BA      1      STAFF                     Th          1:50PM- 3:50PM              S153
AMT 112            Electrical Systems                                    5110    CA      1      STAFF                      F          12:30PM- 2:30PM             S153
A class covering electrical basics, electronics, test equipment, wir-    8536    WB      1      STAFF                     W           7:00PM- 9:00PM              S153
ing circuitry, and basic diagnosis of starting and charging systems.     8538    XB      1      STARK, R                  W           4:00PM- 6:00PM              S153
                                                                         $10 lab fee.
Students in the lab will diagnose and repair light circuits, wiring
systems and basic starting and charging systems. This class is de-       BIO      110          Human Biology [M/S]
signed for autobody students. Prerequisites: ASSET test placement        The biology of the human organism; evolution, ecology, the
with math minimum 32 and reading minimum 35 or instructor’s              functioning of cells, tissues and the major organ systems forms
permission.                                                              the core of the class. Emphasis is placed on providing the student
6304 AA      2     STAFF            F        ARR                V132A
                                                                         with sufficient background to make informed decisions relating to
AMT 221            Automatic Transmissions & Axles                       the biological aspects of the human species. Primarily for non-sci-
The study of the construction, hydraulic system, and power flow          ence majors.
of several different types of automatic transmissions. In the lab,       5112 AA         4      LYNCH,J                MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM
                                                                         Section AA lecture must be taken with section AA lab or BA lab.
                                                                                                                                                                  S145
students will be required to completely rebuild transmissions,
diagnose different transmission problems, and to repair transaxle        BIO      110.1        Human Biology Lab [M/S]
problems. Prepares the student for the A.S.E. National Mechanics         5114 AA         1      LYNCH,J                   M           11:30AM- 1:20PM             S156
Certification A2 test. A variable credit lab option is available with    5116 BA         1      LYNCH,J                   M           1:50PM- 3:40PM              S156
                                                                         $10 lab fee.
instructor’s permission. Prerequisites: Minimum ASSET test place-
ment score of math 32 and reading 35 and AMT 102, 102.1 or               BIO      111          Core Biology-Cell [M/S]
the instructor’s permission.                                             An introduction to the cell, the basic component of all living
6306 AA      5     VON HOLTEN     DAILY      7:30AM- 8:20AM     V132A    things, for students intending to take advanced biology courses
AMT 221.1          Automatic Transmissions & Axles Lab                   and pre-professional programs. Emphasis on cell chemistry, struc-
$10 lab fee required.                                                    ture, metabolism, energetics, cell division, the molecular basis of
6308 AA     1- 9   VON HOLTEN     DAILY      8:30AM-12:00PM      V133    inheritance, the structure and function of the chromosome and
                                                                         the basis of genetic engineering. Recommended: high school bi-
                                                                         ology and chemistry or CHM 100/100.1 and BIO 100/100.1, or
                                                                         BIO 110/110.1.
                                                                         5118 AA         4      VON REIS, J            MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             S153

                                                                         BIO      111.1        Core Biology - Cell Lab [M/S]
                                                                         5120 AA         1      VON REIS, J                T           1:50PM- 3:40PM             S153
                                                                         $10 lab fee.




                 *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                  Credit Classes - 22
               Blueprint Reading – Business Administration

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME              LOCATION   LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
BIO      112          Core Biology-Plant [M/S]                                           BPR      206          Blueprint Reading II (WT)
Includes the concept of evolution; the origin of life; a survey of                       The second course in the series with the emphasis on pipe isomet-
prokaryotes, protists, plants, and fungi; plant anatomy and func-                        rics. The course is designed to provide the student with the ability
tion. Primarily for science majors. Prerequisite: BIO 111/111.1.                         to read and draw pipe isometrics for fabrication. Prerequisite: BPR
5122 AA         4     VON REIS, J            MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM      S154    106.
                                                                                         8642 WB         3     GUILBAULT, F               F           6:00PM- 9:00PM             V127
BIO      112.1        Core Biology - Plant Lab [M/S]
5124 AA         1     VON REIS, J               W            1:50PM- 3:40PM      S154
$10 lab fee.                                                                                        BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
BIO      221          Anatomy/Physiology I [M/S]                                         BA       101          Intro to Business
The structure and functions of systems of the human body; integ-                         A critical survey of the theory, principles, and practices of modern
umentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous. The use of the human                          business. The theme is building world class employees who pro-
models and dissection of the cat illustrate the systems. Prerequi-                       duce and distribute world class goods and services in an increas-
site: a grade of 2.0 or better in Bio 111/111.1. Recommended:                            ingly competitive global marketplace. Critical thinking, systems
CHEM 100/100.1.                                                                          understanding, resource allocation, human relations, and tech-
5128 AA         4     LYNCH,J                MTWTh          10:20AM-11:10AM      S145    nology application are emphasized.
Students who signed up for lecture section AA must take lab section AA.                  1000 AA         5     HOLAND, G              MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              B103
5130 BA         4     ANDERSON, R            MTWTh          10:20AM-11:10AM      S156    1002 BA         5     BAYLESS, S             MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             A331
Students who sign up for lecture section BA must take lab section BA.
8540 WB         4     STAFF                    MW            6:00PM- 9:00PM      S156    BA       111          Computerized Accounting
                      STAFF                     T            6:00PM- 9:00PM      S145    This course will require students to use QuickBooks to account
Section WB lecture must be taken with section WB lab.
                                                                                         for service and merchandising businesses. The different modules
BIO      221.1        Anatomy/Physiology I Lab [M/S]                                     include Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Payroll and inte-
5132 AA         2     LYNCH,J                  TTh          11:30AM- 1:20PM      S156    gration of Microsoft Excel and Word. Prerequisite: BA 251 and BA
5134 BA         2     ANDERSON,R               TTh          1:50PM- 3:40PM       S156    252 or concurrent enrollment in BA 252.
8542 WB         2     STAFF                    MW           6:00PM- 9:00PM       S156    8180 DII        4     WYSOCKI, C               ARR          ARR
$10 lab fee.                                                                             This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
                                                                                         occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                         have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
BIO      222          Anatomy & Physiology II [M/S]
Continuation of BIO 221/221.1: endocrine, digestive, respiratory,                        BA       111.1        Computerized Accounting Lab
circulatory, urinary and reproductive systems. Prerequisite: BIO                         Lab to be taken concurrently with BA 111. $10 lab fee.
221/221.1.                                                                               8182 DII        1     WYSOCKI, C               ARR          ARR
8544 WB         4     HARRIS,S                 TTh           4:00PM- 6:00PM      S145    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
Section WB lecture must be taken with section WB lab.                                    occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                         have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
8546 XB         4     ANDERSON,R               MW            6:00PM- 8:00PM      S145
Section XB lecture must be taken with section XB or YB.
                                                                                         BA       120          Personal Finance
BIO      222.1        Anatomy & Physiology II Lab [M/S]                                  A decision-making approach to personal financial planning. Stu-
8548 WB         2     HARRIS,S                 MW            4:00PM- 6:00PM      S156    dents will use course materials and internet resources to develop
8560 XB         2     ANDERSON, R              TTh           6:00PM- 8:00PM      S156    personal financial strategies.
8562 YB         2     ANDERSON,R               TTh           4:00PM- 6:00PM      S156
$10 lab fee.                                                                             8184 DII        5     WYSOCKI, C               ARR          ARR
                                                                                         This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
                                                                                         occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
BIO      260          Microbiology [M/S]                                                 have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
Basic principles, concepts and techniques in the study of bacteria,
protists, fungi, and viruses. Concepts of immunity and the role                          BA       165          Investments
of micro-organisms in medicine. Prerequisite: BIO 111/111.1.                             Fundamentals of investing and investment alternatives, including
Strongly recommended: CHM 100/100.1, BIO 221 and BIO                                     a study of traditional investment vehicles such as stocks, bonds,
222 (for nursing majors) or BIO 112 and BIO 113 (for biology                             mutual funds, and more speculative strategies such as options
majors).                                                                                 and futures. The course will examine investment decision making
8564 WB         4     HARRIS, S               MTW            6:15PM- 9:15PM      S154    within the framework of investment goals including safety, risk,
                                                                                         growth, and income. The mechanics of various financial markets
BIO      260.1        Microbiology Lab [M/S]                                             will also be discussed.
8566 WB         2     HARRIS, S               MTW            6:15PM- 9:15PM      S154    1004 AA         5     KEY, G                 MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             B106
$10 lab fee.

                                                                                         BA       195.2        Supervised Employment
                    BLUEPRINT READING                                                    A supervised, paid work experience in a community agency, busi-
                                                                                         ness, or industrial firm involving the application and practice of
BPR      104          Blueprint I (MT)
                                                                                         skills and principles learned in the classroom. Instructor permission
The first course in a series of two machine shop blue-print courses
                                                                                         required.
designed to acquaint the machine shop student with basic ma-
                                                                                         1006 AA        1-15 HOLAND, G                  ARR          ARR
chine shop fabrication drawings. Prerequisite: DRW 104.                                  Contact instructor for arrangements.
6400 AA         3     GUILBAULT, F            MWF            7:00AM- 8:00AM      V127
                                                                                         BA       196.2        Employment Seminar
BPR      106          Blueprint Reading I (WT)                                           Designed to provide students with insight into the many aspects
The first course in a two-fold series for welding students with the                      of the world of work through discussions of their personal work
emphasis on first-time basis blueprint reading. Course is designed                       environments, encompassing actual on-the-job training and ob-
to help students understand how to gain pertinent information                            servations. Concurrent enrollment with BA 195.2. May be repeat-
from plans and specs.                                                                    ed to a maximum of six credits. Instructor’s permission required.
6402 AA         3     GUILBAULT, F            MTW           10:00AM-10:50AM      V128
                                                                                         1008 AA        1- 5   HOLAND, G                ARR          ARR
6404 BA         3     GUILBAULT, F            MTW           12:00PM-12:50PM      V128    Contact instructor for arrangements.
8640 WB         3     GUILBAULT, F             F            6:00PM- 9:00PM       V127




23 - Credit Classes                                                                                          *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                            Business Administration – Business Administration

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                DAY           TIME                  LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                 LOCATION
BA       250          Management Information Systems                                             BA       267          Marketing Special Project
1010 AA         5     WYSOCKI, C               MTTh         11:30AM-12:30PM B104A                A practical and student centered project oriented class, utilizing
                      WYSOCKI, C                W           11:30AM-12:30PM B104B
                                                                                                 marketing skills to develop marketing plans for the Tri-Cities area
BA       251          Principles of Accounting                                                   business and charitable organizations. The use of primary and
Fundamentals of accounting as applied to actual business situa-                                  secondary data collection, research, business start-up planning,
tions. Introduction to the accounting cycle for service and mer-                                 profitable business decision-making, and business communica-
chandising firms controlling to purchases and sales with business                                tions skills as they relate to a final project. Instructor permission
papers, special journals, and subsidiary ledgers.                                                required.
1012    AA      5     KEY, G                 MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM  B106                 1028 AA        1-15 HOLAND, G                MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM            B103
1014    BA      5     WEND, T                MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM B104A
1016    CA      5     WEND, T                MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM B105                 BA       268          Marketing Special Projects II
8186    DII     5     MALONE, C               ARR           ARR                                  A continuing practical and student-centered marketing project
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to        course utilizing material provided by proposing clients. Included
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Wednesday, 1/7/04, 5:    in this project is the development of a marketing promotional
00 p.m., Room B101.
                                                                                                 plan for profit and not-for-profit companies. This special project
BA       252          Principles of Accounting                                                   is designed to help the student use marketing skills related to pri-
The theory and practice of accounting, including financial state-                                mary and secondary data collecting and added researched data,
ments. Emphasis on partnership and corporate accounting. Pre-                                    business startup planning, making a business more profitable, and
requisite: BA 251 or instructor’s permission.                                                    decision making as they relate to the final promotion of a product
1018 AA         5     MALONE, C              MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              B101     or business. As in course BA-267 more advanced projects will be
1020 BA         5     WEND, T                MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             B101     assigned and the above skills will be expanded.
8188 DII        5     MALONE, C               ARR           ARR                                  1030 AA        1-15 HOLAND, G                MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM            B103
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to        Instructor’s permission required.
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Wednesday, 1/7/04, 5:
00 p.m., Room B101.                                                                              BA       269          Marketing Special Projects III
9100 WD         5     HOLMES, J                 TTh          5:00PM- 7:10PM            R101*     A continuing practical and student centered marketing project
                                                                                                 course utilizing material provided by proposing clients, student
BA       253          Principles of Accounting                                                   researched data. Included in this project is the development of
A continuation of BA 252. Introduction of manufacturing and cost                                 a marketing promotional plan for-profit and not-for-profit com-
accounting. Analysis of financial statements, budgeting and cost                                 panies. This special project is designed to help the student use
volume analysis. Prerequisite: BA 252.                                                           marketing skills related to effective business promotion and or
1022 AA         5     WYSOCKI, C             MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM B104A
8190 DII        5     MALONE, C               ARR           ARR
                                                                                                 product development. Selling skills and creative planning and
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to        implementation training will be utilized for the clients benefit.
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Wednesday, 1/7/04, 5:    As in course BA-268 more technical and advanced projects and
00 p.m., Room B101.                                                                              research will be assigned and the above skills will be expanded to
                                                                                                 client specifications.
BA       254          Business Law                                                               1032 AA        1-15 HOLAND, G                MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM            B103
An introduction to the American legal system including its social,                               Instructor’s permission required.
political, and philosophical roots. The court system and judicial
procedures are critically examined, and the class inquires exten-                                BA       270          Accounting Review Using Excel
sively into business torts, crimes, and contracts.                                               A comprehensive review of accounting principles exercises using
1024 AA         5     KEY, G                 MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              B102     fundamental tools and techniques available in Excel. A written
8192 DII        5     KEY, G                  ARR           ARR                                  summary of current accounting articles applying accounting
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to        knowledge. Prerequisite: BA 251, BA 252, and BA 253. Recom-
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Wednesday, 1/7/04, 6:    mended: CA 124, Intermediate Spreadsheets.
00 p.m., Room B102.
                                                                                                 8198 DII        5      WEND, T                 ARR          ARR
8104 WB         5     HOFFMANN, R              MW            5:00PM- 7:10PM             B102     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to
                                                                                                 make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
                                                                                                 who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Tuesday, 1/6/04, 6:30
BA       255          Business Law                                                               p.m., Room B102.
A continuation of BA 254. Topics covered include partnerships,
corporations, real and personal property, financial arrangements,                                BA       271          Human Relations Business
government regulatory schemes and more.                                                          Study of the individual and his or her growth and development.
8194 DII        5     KEY, G                   ARR          ARR                                  Course is designed to enable students to establish goals and lead
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students      others in the accomplishment of those goals. It is aimed at height-
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Wednesday, 1/7/04, 6:
00 p.m., Room B102.
                                                                                                 ening the students’ awareness of leadership and management.
                                                                                                 1034 AA         5      HOLAND, G             MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM             B103
                                                                                                 8199 WB         5      HOLAND, G              MW            5:00PM- 7:10PM             B103
BA       262          Management Principles
A study of the essentials of management in merchandising,                                        BA       295.2        Supervised Employment
manufacturing, agriculture, agrichemical business, and service                                   A supervised, paid work experience in a community agency, busi-
businesses.                                                                                      ness or industrial firm involving the application and practice of
1026 AA         5     BAYLESS, S             MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             B103     skills and principles learned in the classroom. Instructor’s permis-
BA       264          Accounting Information Systems                                             sion required.
                                                                                                 1036 AA        1- 5    MEADOWS, D              ARR          ARR
A comprehensive review of principles through two practice sets;                                                         KEY, G                  ARR          ARR
an understanding of document flow through an accounting sys-                                                            WYSOCKI, C              ARR          ARR
tem and a corporate computer accounting package. Prerequisite:
BA 251 and BA 252.
8196 DII        5     WYSOCKI, C               ARR          ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.




                    *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                      Credit Classes - 24
               Chemistry – Chemistry

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

                                CHEMISTRY                                                CHM 112.1
                                                                                         5160 AA        1
                                                                                                               General Chemistry II Lab [M/S]
                                                                                                               HOPPE, E        Th     1:50PM- 4:40PM       S138
CHM 100               Survey of Chemistry [M/S]                                          5162 BA        1      COOKE, J         T     10:20AM- 1:10PM      S138
                                                                                         8578 WB        1      GRANT, K        Th     5:00PM- 8:30PM       S138
Basic introduction to chemical principles as they apply to the                           $10 lab fee.
structure and behavior of matter. Illustrations from everyday life,
environmental topics, medicine, and biochemistry will be used                            CHM 120               Organic Chemistry/Health Science [M/S]
to illustrate chemical principles. Topics include: measurement in                        Fundamentals of organic chemistry with special emphasis on the
science, properties of matter, atomic structure, bonding, nuclear                        application of principles to the health sciences. Topics covered
chemistry, mole concept, gas laws, solutions, and acids/bases. As-                       include: saturated, unsaturated, aromatic hydrocarbons, alcohols,
sumes no previous chemistry and designed to fulfill the chemistry                        thiols, phenols, ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids, es-
requirement for the A.A.S. degree in Nursing and Dental Hygiene                          ters, amines and amides. Each family of compounds will be stud-
at CBC. Course may also be used to fulfill the general science                           ied with respect to its structure, behavior and function. Biochemi-
requirement for the A.A. degree. Prerequisite: MTH 91 or higher.                         cal applications will be integrated into this approach. Prerequisite:
(MTH 106 and Vocational Math do not apply.)                                              grade of 2.0 or better in CHM 110/110.1.
5136 AA         4     GASSMAN, C             MTWTh          9:10AM-10:00AM       T180    5164 AA        4      GASSMAN, C    MTWTh     8:00AM- 8:50AM      S144
5138 BA         4     HYLDEN, J              MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:30PM      S144
8568 WB         4     LINI, D                 TTh           5:00PM- 8:00PM       S144    CHM 120.1             Organic Chemistry/Health Science Lab
Section WB lecture must be taken with section WB lab.
                                                                                                               [M/S]
                                                                                         5166 AA        1      GASSMAN, C      Th     10:20AM-12:10PM      S136
CHM 100.1             Survey of Chemistry Lab [M/S]                                      $10 lab fee.
Students must enroll in both the lecture and lab unless special ar-
rangements are made with the Dean.                                                       CHM 222               Organic Chemistry II [M/S]
5140    AA      1     GASSMAN, C                 T          10:20AM-12:10PM      S136    Deals with the major classes of organic compounds with respect
5142    BA      1     HYLDEN, J                 Th          1:50PM- 3:40PM       S136    to preparations, mechanisms of reactions, syntheses and identifi-
5144    CA      1     STAFF                     W           10:20AM-12:10PM      S136    cation. Prerequisite: grade of 2.0 or better in CHM 221/221.1.
8570    WB      1     LINI, D                   Th          5:00PM- 8:00PM       S136
$10 lab fee.                                                                             5168 AA        3      GRANT, K       MTW      6:50AM- 7:40AM      S144

                                                                                         CHM 222.1             Organic Chemistry II Lab [M/S]
CHM 101               Introduction to Chemistry [M/S]                                    5170 AA        3      GRANT, K       TTh      1:50PM- 4:40PM      S141
Introduction to chemical principles, chemical measurements, mat-                         8580 WB        3      MONG, G        TTh      5:00PM- 8:00PM      S141
ter and energy, atomic theory, periodic properties, mole concept,                        $10 lab fee.
molecules, compounds and chemical bonding, nomenclature
and chemical equations, stoichiometry and chemical calculations,                         CHM 286               Special Topics Undergrad Research
gas laws, solids, liquids, phase changes, oxidation-reduction re-                        Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of
actions, solutions, reaction rates and chemical equilibrium, and                         chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses. By
acids/bases. The course is directed toward students needing a                            arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a special
knowledge of the fundamentals of inorganic chemistry and plan-                           topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate
ning to obtain a degree in the physical/life science/engineering                         in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students).
disciplines. Excellent preparation for CHM 111. Prerequisite: MTH                        Prerequisite: CCHM 100/101.1 with a grade of 2.0 or higher or
95 or MTH 98.                                                                            high school chemistry with a grade of B or higher. Instructor’s
5146 AA         4     GRANT, K               MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM      T180
                                                                                         permission is also required to enroll. Note: credits earned in this
Section AA lecture must be taken with section AA lab or BA lab.                          course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other
8572 WB         4     LUCKE, R                 MW            5:00PM- 8:00PM      S144    CBC chemistry courses.
Section WB lecture must be taken with section WB lab.                                    5172 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T       F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
                                                                                                               GRANT, K        F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
CHM 101.1             Introduction to Chemistry Lab [M/S]                                $10 lab fee.
5148 AA         1     STAFF                     W           12:40PM- 2:30PM      S138
5150 BA         1     STAFF                     W           8:00AM- 9:50AM       S138    CHM 286.1             Undergraduate Research, Special Topic
8574 WB         1     LUCKE, R                  W           5:00PM- 8:00PM       S138    5174 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T       F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
$10 lab fee.                                                                                                   GRANT, K        F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
                                                                                         $10 lab fee.
CHM 111               General Chemistry I [M/S]
Fundamental concepts, stoichiometry, atomic structure and                                CHM 286.2             Undergraduate Research, Special Topic
chemical bonding, nomenclature, periodic table trends, reactions,                        5176 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T       F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
                                                                                                               GRANT, K        F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
oxidation-reduciton and gas laws. Problem-solving techniques                             $10 lab fee.
stressed. Prerequisite: high school chemistry with a grade of B or
better or CHM 101/101.1 with a grade of 2.0 or better.                                   CHM 286.3             Undergraduate Research, Special Topic
5152 AA         4     GASSMAN, C             MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:30PM      S145    5178 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T       F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
                                                                                                               GRANT, K        F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
                                                                                         $10 lab fee.
CHM 111.1             General Chemistry I Lab [M/S]
Students must enroll in both the lecture and the lab unless special                      CHM 286.4             Undergraduate Research, Special Topic
arrangements are made with the Dean.                                                     5180 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T       F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
5154 AA         1     HYLDEN, J                  T           1:50PM- 4:40PM      S138                          GRANT, K        F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
5156 BA         1     COOKE, J                  Th           9:10AM-12:00PM      S138    $10 lab fee.
$10 lab fee.
                                                                                         CHM 286.5             Undergraduate Research, Special Topic
CHM 112               General Chemistry II [M/S]                                         5182 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T       F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
Liquids, solids, solutions, colloids, acids, bases, salts, kinetics, mo-                                       GRANT, K        F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
                                                                                         $10 lab fee.
lecular and ionic equilibria, thermodynamics, oxidation-reduction,
electrochemistry, and nuclear chemistry. Theory and problem-                             CHM 286.6             Undergraduate Research, Special Topic
solving are given vigorous emphasis. Prerequisite: grade of 2.0 or                       5184 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T       F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
better in CHM 111/111.1.                                                                                       GRANT, K        F       8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
                                                                                         $10 lab fee.
5158 AA         4     GRANT, K               MTWTh           9:10AM-10:00AM      S144
Section AA lecture must be taken with section AA lab or BA lab.
8576 WB         4     GRANT, K                  TTh          5:00PM- 8:30PM      S134
Section WB lecture must be taken with section WB lab.

25 - Credit Classes                                                                                         *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                          Computer Application – Computer Science

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

               COMPUTER APPLICATION                                                                  CS       106            Database Systems 1
                                                                                                     This is a database course designed to teach students how to create,
CA       100           Introduction to Microcomputers                                                modify, and use relational databases using Microsoft Access 2002.
Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems                                         Additional topics will include: creating tables, queries, forms, and
and/or interface systems, Internet access, basic word processing,                                    reports. Sharing information with other office programs, creating
and spreadsheet software through hands-on experience. Current                                        data access pages, creating advanced queries, forms and reports,
software package is Office 2000 for Windows XP operating sys-                                        managing database objects, and creating macros modules will
tems. Recommended: Keyboarding experience or BT 101 taken                                            also be covered. Prerequisite: CA 100 or instructor’s permission.
concurrently. $10 lab fee.                                                                           All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking
3070    AA      4      FREER,    J             MTWTh           6:50AM- 7:50AM              W165      this class. $10 lab fee.
3072    BA      4      FREER,    J             MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM              W165      3008 AA          5      HENRY, C                 MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM              W150
3074    CA      4      FREER,    J             MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM              W165      8318 DII         5      WOLF, D                   ARR            ARR
3075    DA      4      FREER,    J             MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM             W165      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make occa-
3076    DA      4      FREER,    J             MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM             W165      sional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previ-
8300    DII     4      DYE, S                   ARR            ARR                                   ously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/06/04 at 4:00 p.m. in W144.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to            8320 WB          5      SIDWELL, K                 MW             5:00PM- 7:20PM              W144
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class.
Required orientation meeting on 1/6/04 at 4:00 p.m. in W174A.                                        CS       109            PC Hardware 1
3078 EA         4      FREER, J                MTWTh           12:40PM- 1:40PM W165                  The introduction course to DOS concepts and commands, boot-
3080 FA         4      THOMPSON, J             MTWTh           8:00AM-10:10AM W180E                  ing the operating system, customizing the system, I/O Redirec-
Class meets 1/5/04-2/10/04.
                                                                                                     tion, Menu Systems, and DOS shell. This class prepares students
8302 WB         4      SIDWELL, K                MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM            W165       for the OS portion of the A+ certification test. $10 Lab fee.
8304 XB         4      DYE, S                    TTh            5:15PM- 7:25PM           W180E
8306 YB         4      LUND, E                    F             5:00PM- 9:30PM           W180D       3010 AA          5      HUGHES, C                MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM              W147
                                                                                                     8322 WB          5      REED, R                   TTh            7:30PM- 9:40PM               W147
CA       172           Word Processing
                                                                                                     CS       110            Windows Operating Systems 1
Develops employable word processing skills and implements
                                                                                                     This is an Operating System Course using Windows. Topics in-
effective application in a business environment using Microsoft
                                                                                                     clude using Explorer, organizing disks, managing files, system
Word 2002. Topics covered include all major functions of Word,
                                                                                                     maintenance, customizing computer systems, using commands,
including margins, tabs, tables, columns, document enhance-
                                                                                                     troubleshooting tools, understanding registry, understanding
ment, graphics, merge, styles, outline, tables of contents, and
                                                                                                     hardware problems, resolving start-up problems, solving printer
templates. Preparation for Microsoft Office User Certification. Pre-
                                                                                                     problems, and optimizing computer systems. Prerequisite: CA
requisite: CA 100. $10 lab fee.
                                                                                                     100. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before
3082 BC         5      MARTINEZ, G             MTWTh            8:00AM-10:10AM W180D
Class meets 1/5/04-2/12/04.                                                                          taking this class. $10 lab fee.
8308 DII        5      ALDRIDGE, P               ARR           ARR                                   3012 AA          5      HENRY, C                 MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM               W144
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to            8324 DII         5      MIJIC, M                  ARR            ARR
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class.   occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
Required orientation meeting on 1/7/04 from 5:15-7:00 p.m. in W180E.                                 have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/5/04 at
                                                                                                     4:00 p.m. in W150.

                      COMPUTER SCIENCE                                                               CS       113            Introduction to the Internet
CS       102           Visual Basic 1                                                                Effective use of the Internet is recognized as an important asset for
This course is an introduction to programming using Visual Basic                                     professionals in virtually every area of work or study. The students
6.0 It is designed for those with little or no programming experi-                                   will learn how to use the Internet in a productive way to access
ence. Topics include: using Windows, disk and folders, program                                       service, resources, and information. Prerequisite: computer experi-
development cycle, programming tools, fundamentals of pro-                                           ence. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before
gramming in Visual Basic, decisions, procedures, repetitions, and                                    taking this class. $10 lab fee.
arrays. Prerequisite: MTH 95. All prerequisites must be passed with                                  3014 AA          2      WINN, D                     M            1:50PM- 3:50PM               W144
                                                                                                     8326 DII         2      WINN, D                    ARR           ARR
a 2.0 or better before taking this class. $10 lab fee.                                               This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
3000    AA      5      WOLF, D                 MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM              W144      occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                     have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/6/04 at
3004    CA      5      ROBBINS, T              MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM             W144      1:00 p.m. in W150.
3006    DA      5      HENRY, C                MTWTh           12:40PM- 1:40PM             W144
3002    DII     5      DEHAAN, M                ARR            ARR                                   CS       115            Javascript/CSS (Internet Publishing II)
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who           This course will provide students with the skills needed to add
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/06/04
at 4:00 p.m. in W150.                                                                                JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheets to Web pages. This course
8310 DII        5      DEHAAN, M                 ARR           ARR                                   explores developing advanced graphical user interfaces and in-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                     teractive processing in-line on Web pages. The students will learn
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/06/04           the document object model used by Java Script, and the methods
at 4:00 p.m. in W150.
                                                                                                     required to add clients, will also learn how to control page layout
8314 XB         5      MIJIC, M                  MW             5:00PM- 7:20PM             W150      and control the layout and apperarance of web pages using CSS.
                                                                                                     Prerequisites: CS 114 and CS 102. All prerequisites must be passed
                                                                                                     with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.
                                                                                                     3020 AA          5      SAKO, T                  MTWTh            9:10AM-10:10AM              W155




                    *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                               Credit Classes - 26
            Computer Science – Computer Science

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR     DAY     TIME              LOCATION
CS       122          PC Hardware 2                                                              CS      202        Visual Basic 2
This class provides the student with the skills required to install and                          This course is designed for those with programming and Win-
configure PCs. It also provides the student with theory, trouble-                                dows experience. The course presents the unique visual and
shooting skills, as well as customer communication skills. This class                            object-oriented features of Visual Basic for Windows, as well as
prepares students for the core portion of the A+ Hardware certi-                                 the standard programming structures of BASIC. Programming
fication test. (Extra study and hardware experience are typically                                assignments will emphasize structured programming and event-
required to pass a certification exam). Prerequisite: CA 100 and CS                              driven processing. Prerequisites: CS 102 or instructor’s permission.
109. $10 lab fee. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or                                 All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking
better before taking this class.                                                                 this class. $10 lab fee.
3022 AA         5     SAKO, T                MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM            W147      3036 AA       5     ROBBINS, T      MTWTh    9:10AM-10:10AM      W150
8328 WB         5     STAFF                   MW            7:30PM- 9:50PM             W147
                                                                                                 CS      203        Advanced Graphics Software & Multimedia
CS       150          Computer Security                                                          This is an advanced class in graphics software and multimedia.
This class covers the basics of computer security. Students will                                 The focus is on teaching Adobe Photoshop. Prerequisites: CA 100.
learn about virus protection, installing security patches, using                                 All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking
firewalls to protect networks, cryptography and Public Key Infra-                                this class.
structure (PKI), and legal issues. All prerequisites must be passed                              3038 AA       5     SAKO, T         MTWTh    8:00AM- 9:00AM      W150
with a 2.0 or better before taking this class. Prerequisite: CS 109
and CS 110, or instructor’s permission; $10 fee.                                                 CS      206        Database Systems 2
3024 AA         5     WINN, D                MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM            W150      An advanced database course designed to help students under-
                                                                                                 stand concepts including SQL, relational languages, integrity con-
CS       161          C++1                                                                       straints, relational database design, normalization and physical
This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will                           database design. Students also gain hands-on experience using
learn the C++ programming language. C++ is an extension of C                                     Access 2002, one of the widely used database application tools,
language, which includes both procedural and object-oriented                                     to create different models of databases. Prerequiistes: CS 106 or
programming. It is the basis for most PC based windows pro-                                      instructor’s permission. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0
grams. Students will learn C++ keywords, control structures, func-                               or better before taking this class. $10 lab fee.
tions, arrays and strings. Prerequisite: Math 95. All prerequisites                              3040 AA       5     WOLF, D         MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM      W132
must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class. $10
lab fee.                                                                                         CS      212        Visual Basic 3
8330 DII        5     ROBBINS, T               ARR          ARR                                  Visual Basic is the language adopted by Microsoft for develop-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make   ment of Windows applications. This class explores advanced con-
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/5/04 at     cepts of application programs working together as a system with
5:00 p.m. in W150. .                                                                             dynamically linked libraries and object linking. Prerequisite: CS
8332 WB         5     BEE, J                    TTh          5:00PM- 7:20PM            W132      202 or instructor’s permission. $10 lab fee. All prerequisites must
CS       162          C++2                                                                       be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.
                                                                                                 8336 WB       5     ZINK, K          MW      7:30PM- 9:50PM      W144
This is the second in a series of three in which the student will
learn the C++ programming language. The students will learn                                      CS      213        Advanced Internet
advanced features of C++ including operator overloading, inheri-                                 The current Internet applications such as web browsers and e-mail
tance, virtual functions and polymorphism, stream input/output,                                  packages, make it very easy to access and exchange information
templates, file processing, bitwise operators, linked lists, char-                               with other Internet users, without an in-depth understanding of
acters, strings, structures, and classes. Prerequisites: CS 161 or                               what is actually happening. This class takes the student beyond
instructor’s permission. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0                             simply using the Internet, to understanding its processes and
or better before taking this class.                                                              mechanisms. This will allow the student to not only use the Inter-
3026 AA         5     ROBBINS, T             MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM            W150      net more efficiently, but also give them the skills to troubleshoot
8334 WB         5     BEE, J                  TTh           7:30PM- 9:40PM             W165
                                                                                                 problems, or avoid potential pitfalls from the outset. Students
CS       195.2        Work-based Learning 1                                                      must know how to use basic Internet applications. Prerequisite:
An internship course designed to provide practical experience                                    CS 113 or instructor’s permission. All prerequisites must be passed
for technical support students as an integral part of the overall                                with a 2.0 or better before taking this class. $10 lab fee.
academic program. Students intern at CBC’s computer labs and                                     8338 WB       5     LINN, K          MW      5:00PM- 7:20PM      W155
Help Desk to provide technical support to campus faculty and staff                               CS      219        Active Server Pages (ASP) Internet
via phone and on-site visits. Academic credits only, non-paying.
                                                                                                                    Publishing
Students are required to work 30 hours per credit hour (3 hours
                                                                                                 Microsoft’s Active Server Pages (ASP) offer the students an easy to
per week per credit). Prerequisite: enrolled in CS Program and
                                                                                                 use way to interact between HTML pages and Access databases.
instructor’s permission.
                                                                                                 Interacting with database is essential for interactive Internet or In-
3028 AA         5     WOLF, D                MTWTh           3:00PM- 4:00PM            W147
3030 BA         2     WOLF, D                 MW             3:00PM- 4:00PM            W147      tranet applications. Using ASP the students can initially develop in
                                                                                                 Microsoft’s Access and scale up to Microsoft SQL Server database;
CS       195.3        Work-based Learning 2                                                      and can also access other vendor databases that are ODBC com-
This course is for CS students who will receive on-the-job training                              pliant. Prerequisites: CS 106 and 114. $10 Lab fee.
information technology. Instructor’s signature is required for reg-                              3041 AA       5     SAKO, T         MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM      W155
istration. In addition, students must meet the requirements of job
performance specified by the employer, learning objectives speci-                                CS      221        SQL1
fied by instructor and the CS Department. Prerequisites: enrolled                                This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to in-
in the CS Program and instructor’s permission.                                                   stall, configure, administer, and troubleshoot Microsoft SQL Server
3032 AA        1- 5   WOLF, D                MTWTh           3:00PM- 4:00PM            W147      client/server database management systems. This course will help
3034 BA        2      WOLF, D                 MW             3:00PM- 4:00PM            W147      prepare students for the MCDBA certificate. All prerequisites must
                                                                                                 be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class. Prerequi-
                                                                                                 site: CS 106. $10 lab fee.
                                                                                                 3042 AA       5     WOLF, D         MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM      W132



27 - Credit Classes                                                                                                *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                Computer Science – Criminal Justice

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                DAY           TIME                  LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
CS       224          Networks 2                                                                 CS       234          JAVA 2
Theory, design, installation, configuration, and management                                      JAVA 2 is an intermediate Java course. Students will learn how to
of computer networks. Focuses on local area network concepts                                     define problem domain classes, GUI classes, and data access class-
with emphasis on configuring TCP/IP, subnetting, the ISO stack,                                  es. In addition, students will learn to create Java applications and
interconnect devices, and physical media. Prerequisites: CS 109.                                 applets and distribute them. Prerequisites: CS 215 or instructor’s
All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking                              permission. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better
this class. $10 lab fee.                                                                         before taking this class. $10 lab fee.
3044 AA         5     WINN, D                MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM            W147      8347 DII        5     ROBBINS, T               ARR          ARR
8340 WB         5     STAFF                   TTh           5:00PM- 7:20PM             W147      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
                                                                                                 occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                 have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/5/04 at
CS       227          Windows Professional                                                       5:00 p.m. in W150. .
This course will prepare students for working with Microsoft Win-
dows Profesional. The students will learn about installation, man-                               CS       260          Data Structures C++
aging accounts, configuration, interactive Access, disk resource                                 This course is the third in a series of three in which the student
management, printing, performance tuning and optimization                                        will learn the C++ programming languages. The student will learn
and troubleshooting. This class will help to prepare students to                                 how to implement and use different types of data-structures.
pass one of the Windows exams. Prerequisites: CS 224. All pre-                                   This will lead the student to create data-driven programs and
requisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this                                algorithms. The students will learn more about linked lists, stacks,
class. $ 10 lab fee.                                                                             queues, binary trees and binary search, recursion, and sorting.
3046 AA         5     STAFF                  MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM            W150      The course starts at a level that assumes a good working knowl-
8342 WB         5     STAFF                   TTh           7:30PM- 9:50PM             W132      edge of C++. Prerequisite: CS 162 or instructor’s permission. All
CS       228          Windows Server
                                                                                                 prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking
This course will prepare students to work with of Windows Server.                                this class. $10 lab fee.
                                                                                                 3052 AA         5     ROBBINS, T             MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM            W155
This course covers topics related to installation, configuration,
troubleshooting, and optimization of a Windows Server. Students                                  CS       299          Special Studies
will learn to set up and maintain users, groups, and file systems.                               A class used to explore new coursework. Prerequisite: as needed.
The students will learn how to use critical thinking and trouble-                                8348 WB        1- 5   STAFF                    ARR          ARR
shooting tools to troubleshoot the server, printers, and worksta-
tions. This class will help to prepare students to pass one of the                                                      CRIMINAL JUSTICE
Windows exams. Prerequisites: CS 224. All prerequisites must be
                                                                                                 CJ       131          Intro to Criminal Justice
passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class. $10 lab fee.
3048 DII        5     DEHAAN, M                ARR          ARR
                                                                                                 An overview of the criminal justice system in America. A look at
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make   philosophy, history, constitutional limitations, agencies, and pro-
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/06/04       cesses of the criminal justice system. Career orientation.
at 3:00 p.m. in W150.                                                                            2600 AA         3     CORSON, R               MWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             B107

CS       229          Webmaster                                                                  CJ       132          Criminal Law
In this course, the student will gain the knowledge and skills                                   A study of the legal system of the United States, the distinction
needed to design and manage an Intranet or Internet Web Site.                                    between civil law and criminal law, the classification of crimes and
Specifically the student will learn how to set up and configure a                                the elements of various crimes, 4th Amendment requirement, U.S.
web server, and the applications needed to support. Familiarity                                  Constitution for search, seizure and arrest. The basic overview of
with using Internet technologies, building web pages with HTML,                                  the criminal procedures and the Constitutional aspect of criminal
and with basic programming concepts are assumed. Prerequi-                                       procedure.
sites: CS 228 and CS 114. All prerequisites must be passed with a                                2602 AA         5     CORSON, R              MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             B107
2.0 or better before taking this class. $10 lab fee.                                             CJ       134          Organization/Administration
8344 WB         5     STAFF                    MW            5:00PM- 7:20PM            W155
                                                                                                 The principles of organization and administration of the modern
CS       230          Active Directory                                                           law enforcement agency. Principles of management and opera-
This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge                                   tion of a law enforcement agency.
and skills necessary to install, configure, and administer Microsoft                             2604 AA         3     CORSON, R               TWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM             B107
Windows 2000 Active Directory directory services. The course also                                CJ       197.2        Internship
focuses on implementing Group Policy and performing the Group                                    A supervised, individual learning experience for the student in the
Policy-related tasks that are required to centrally manage users                                 law enforcement environment. The experience shall consist of a
and computers. Prerequisites: CS 228. All prerequisites must be                                  minimum of six hours per week. The experience assignment will
passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class. $10 lab fee.                               be at the discretion of the agency where the student is placed.
8346 WB         5     STAFF                     TTh          5:00PM- 7:20PM            W132
                                                                                                 The agency will make an effort to give the student a well-rounded
CS       231          Windows Network Aministration                                              experience; the assignment may be terminated by either party at
This course will prepare students to install, manage, monitor,                                   any time. Instructor’s permission required.
configure, and troubleshoot DNS, DHCP, Remote Access, Net-                                       2606 AA        1- 5   CORSON, R                ARR          ARR
work Protocols, IP Routing, and WINS in a Windows network                                        CJ       198          Special Projects
infrastructure. In addition, this class will prepare students to man-                            A supervised, individual learning experience for the student in the
age, monitor, and troubleshoot Network Address Translation and                                   law enforcement environment. The experience shall consist of a
Certificate Services. It also prepares the student to pass one of the                            minimum of six hours per week. The experience assignment will
MCSA/MCSE exams. All prerequisites must be passed with a 2.0 or                                  be for the student to conduct a research project that will benefit
better before taking this class. Prerequisite: CS 228; $10 fee.                                  the student in the criminal justice field. Instructor’s permission
3050 AA         5     WINN, D                MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM            W132
                                                                                                 required.
                                                                                                 2608 AA        1- 3   CORSON, R                ARR          ARR




                    *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                      Credit Classes - 28
          Dental Hygiene – Early Childhood Education

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                       COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR     DAY       TIME              LOCATION    LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR              DAY          TIME              LOCATION
CJ      232        Criminal Investigation                                   DHYG 127             Pharmacology
The fundamentals of criminal investigation, criminalistics and              Focuses on pharmacology as it affects the clinical practice of
investigative techniques. An overview of investigations of crimes           dentistry. Emphasizes drugs commonly used in dentistry, for treat-
against people and property, and the role of science in crime de-           ment of common systemic and oral diseases, and for emergency
tection. Prerequisite: CJ 131 or instructor’s permission.                   treatment: effects, administration, and toxicology. Builds on basic
2610 AA       5    CORSON, R       MTWTh       9:10AM-10:10AM      B107     sciences and dental sciences, and prepares for the clinical practice
                                                                            of dental hygiene. Prerequisite: successful completion of the first
CJ      290        Basic Reserve Officer Law Enforcement
                                                                            quarter of the first year of the Columbia Basin Dental Hygiene
                   Academy                                                  Program.
An overview of the fundamental subjects associated with the                 4312 AA        2      PORTER M                 W           8:00AM-10:00AM     T140B
position of Reserve Law Enforcement Officers. Washington Crimi-
nal Justice Training Commission approved. A Law Enforcement                 DHYG 212             Advance Clinical Topics
Agency Sponsorship required.                                                Specific advanced skills in clinical dental hygiene for periodontally
8260 WB     1- 9   CORSON, R        TWTh       7:00PM-10:00PM       L109    involved and implant patients are discussed and demonstrated;
                                                                            all skills are taught to laboratory competence. Builds on basic and
                    DENTAL HYGIENE                                          dental sciences and prepares for clinical dental hygiene practice.
                                                                            This course is offered on a Credit/No Credit basis only. Prerequi-
DHYG 115           Dental Materials                                         site: successful completion of the first year of the Columbia Basin
First in a series of courses dealing with restorative dentistry skills      College Dental Hygiene Program.
as practiced by a dental hygienist in the State of Washington. An           4314 AA        1      WILDE, J                 Th          8:00AM- 8:50AM      T140
introduction to restorative dentistry procedures. Presents the his-
tory, composition, chemical and physical properties and use of              DHYG 212.1           Advanced Clinical Topics Lab
materials commonly utilized in the dental laboratory and dental             4316 AA        1      WILDE, J                 Th          9:00AM-10:50AM      T140
operatory. Builds on dental sciences. Provides laboratory experi-           DHYG 221             Community Oral Health I
ence in performing common dental laboratroy procedures and                  Examines the principles of community health, including assess-
prepares for the clinical practice of expanded functions, including         ment, planning, implementation, and evaluation of healthcare,
four-handed dentistry techniques; all skills are taught to laboratory       with an emphasis on oral health. Builds on knowledge of ethics,
competence. Prerequisite: enrollment in the Columbia Basin Col-             basic and dental sciences, and clincial dental hygiene practice.
lege Dental Hygiene Program.                                                Provides the knowledge and skills necessary to function in a com-
4300 AA       1    LANGBELL, A        W        1:00PM- 1:50PM       T140    munity health setting. Prerequisite: successful completion of the
DHYG 115.1         Dental Materials Lab                                     first quarter of the second year of the Columbia Basin College
4302 AA       1    LANGBELL, A         F       1:00PM- 2:50PM       T140    Dental Hygiene Program.
                   LANGBELL, A         F       3:00PM- 4:50PM       T140    4318 AA        3      JOHNSON, H               T           9:00AM-11:50AM     T140B

DHYG 121.1         General Pathology Lab                                    DHYG 221.1           Community Oral Health I Lab
8430 WB       1    MARSH, R            T       5:00PM- 5:50PM       T140    4320 AA        2      RENZ, D                  T           1:00PM- 5:00PM      T140

DHYG 122           Oral Radiology II                                        DHYG 224.1           Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques VI Lab
Second in a series on oral radiology. Focuses on radiographic               4322 AA        6      FILAN, J               MWF           8:00AM-11:50AM     T139A
quality, dental techniques, film processing, mounting, and inter-                                 FILAN, J               MW            1:00PM- 5:00PM     T139A
pretation of errors. Practices skills on dental manikins and student
patients in a preclinical setting; most skills are taught to laboratory             EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
competence. Builds on the basic sciences and dental sciences,               ECE     102          Introduction to Curriculum
and prepares for the clinical practice of dental hygiene. Prerequi-         Provides students with both a theoretical and practical under-
site: successful completion of the first quarter of the first year of the   standing of the content of a developmentally appropriate curricu-
Columbia Basin College Dental Hygiene Program.                              lum for young children.
4304 AA       1    OGDEN, J           M       11:00AM-11:50AM     T140B     8730 WB        3      FAZZARI, C               W           5:00PM- 7:20PM      A024
DHYG 122.1         Oral Radiology II Lab                                    ECE     106          Child Growth/Development
4306 AA       1    OGDEN, J            F      10:00AM-12:00PM       T140
                   OGDEN, J            F      1:00PM- 3:00PM        T140
                                                                            A study of the physical, emotional, social, and cognitive develop-
                   OGDEN, J            F      3:00PM- 5:00PM        T140    ment of children from conception through eight years of age and
                                                                            related theories. An emphasis will be given to current early child-
DHYG 123           Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques II                    hood brain development research.
First in a series on clinical practice of dental hygiene. Basic skills of   8731 WB        3      WEAKLEY, K               M           7:30PM- 9:40PM      A024
dental hygiene practice, including patient assessment, instrumen-
tation, and treatment are practiced on patients in a clinical setting.      ECE     114          Stars 10 HR in Spanish
All skills are taught to clincial competence. Expands on the proce-         This class meets the STARS, Washington State Training and Reg-
dures and techniques introduced in preclinical course. Builds on            istry System, requirements for child care providers. Instruction
basic and dental sciences and prepares for clinical dental hygiene          will address one or more of the following core competency
practice. Prerequisite: successful completion of the first quarter of       areas child growth, development and learning; curriculum de-
the first year of Columbia Basin College Dental Hygiene Program.            velopment; child guidance; communication; health, safety and
4308 AA       1    OGDEN, J           M       11:00AM-11:50AM     T140B     nutrition; administration; professionalism; environmental design;
                                                                            family systems; cultural and individual diversity; and observation
DHYG 123.1         Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques II Lab                and assessment.
4310 AA       4    OGDEN, J          TTh       8:00AM-12:00PM     T139A
                                                                            8732 WB        1      SMITH, B                 F           5:00PM- 8:00PM      A024
                   OGDEN, J          TTh       1:00PM- 5:00PM     T139A     Class meets March 5-6, 2004. Call 547-0511 x2640 for information.

                                                                            ECE     118          ECE Practical Solutions
                                                                            Provides an opportunity to participate in a short-term skills training
                                                                            relating to early childhood education.
                                                                            8734 WB        3      FAZZARI, C               Th          5:00PM- 7:20PM      A024



29 - Credit Classes                                                                            *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                 Economics – Engineering Technology

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY           TIME                  LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR    DAY      TIME               LOCATION
ECE      205          Infant & Toddler Education                                                   ENGLISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE
Explores the physical, cognitive and psychosocial development
of infants and toddlers from birth to age three. Topics covered                                   EFL      096        Reading & Writing II
include planning developmentally appropriate curriculum, de-                                      This course is designed to teach non-native speakers of English the
signing infant-toddler environments and creating nurturing rela-                                  fundamentals of writing a well-developed and grammatically cor-
tionships with very young children. Emphasis will be on teaching                                  rect paragraph and increase their ability to read and comprehend
infants and toddlers in a group setting.                                                          academic texts. Prerequisites: ASSET scores of 25-31 in reading
8735 WB         3      MOLTON, M                  T           5:00PM- 7:20PM             A024     and/or 26-32 in writing.
                                                                                                  7000 AA         5    WOODALL, T   MTWTh     10:20AM-11:20AM       A333
ECE      213          Materials Construction
Gives students an opportunity to construct developmentally ap-                                    EFL      097        Reading & Writing III
propriate teacher-made materials and examine their use in an                                      This course is designed to strengthen the academic reading and
early childhood setting.                                                                          writing skills of non-native speakers of English. Emphasis will be
8736 WB         3      POWELL, K                 Th           7:30PM- 9:40PM           Q108*      on writing a well-developed and grammatically correct essay
                                                                                                  and reading academic texts. Prerequisites: EFL 96, or instructor’s
ECE      223          Sign Language Level 2                                                       permission.
The intermediate sign language course broadens a student’s                                        7002 AA         5    WOODALL, T   MTWTh     10:20AM-11:20AM       A333
knowledge of either Signing Exact English(SEE) or American Sign
Language(ASL) and affords an opportunity to build on existing                                               ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
skills. Prerequisite: ECE 222 or permission of instructor.
8737 WB         3      DUNHAM, G                  T           7:30PM- 9:40PM             A024     ENT      121        Engineering Fundamentals
                                                                                                  Fundamental concepts relevant to many engineering disciplines,
                               ECONOMICS                                                          including energy, vectors, force systems, free body diagrams,
                                                                                                  strength of materials, associated problem solving, basic design
EC       201          Principles of Economics I [S/B]                                             procedures. Prerequisite: ENT 111.
This course introduces such important concepts as: market sys-                                    3400 AA         3    JETTE, S      MTW      10:20AM-11:20AM       T154
tems and their alternatives, supply and demand, measurement
and determination of a nation’s output and income, inflation and                                  ENT      121.1      Engineering Fund Lab
unemployment, both demand-side and supply-side aspects of fis-                                    This course is a reinforcement of theory through practical applica-
cal and monetary policies, federal debt, and international trade                                  tions and lab experiments.
and finance.                                                                                      3402 AA
                                                                                                  $10 lab fee.
                                                                                                                  1    JETTE, S       Th      10:20AM-11:20AM       T154
1050 AA         5      SCHAU, D               MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             L102
1052 BA         5      MALONE, C              MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             B101
8100 DII        5      SCHAU, D                ARR           ARR
                                                                                                  ENT      122        Materials
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to         An introduction to the materials which are used in the fabrication
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Tuesday, 1/6/04, 5:00     of construction projects including: foundations, wood, heavy tim-
p.m., Room L102.                                                                                  ber frame construction, wood light frame construction, exterior
9106 WD         5      BALDUCCI, P              MW            5:00PM- 7:10PM            E102*     finishes, interior finishes, masonry, roofing, and glass.
                                                                                                  3404 AA         3    WYATT, P      MTTh     11:30AM-12:30PM       T154
EC       202          Principles of Economics II [S/B]
Microeconomic concepts are applied to business and household                                      ENT      126        Graphical Analysis
decision-making as well as public policy. Major topics include:                                   Descriptive geometry to include the spatial relationship of points,
scarcity and choice, production possibilities, alternative allocative                             lines, and planes; intersection of planes polyhedra, and develop-
mechanisms, supply and demand analysis, elasticity, consumer                                      ment of surfaces. Vector analysis of coplanar concurrent and co-
choice, production and costs, market structures, antitrust and                                    planar parallel force systems. Advanced isometric drawings.
regulation, and public microeconomics.                                                            3406 AA         5    JETTE, S     MTWTh       8:00AM-10:10AM      T154
1054 AA         5      SCHAU, D               MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM              B102                          JETTE, S     MTWTh       8:00AM-10:10AM      T157
8102 DII        5      SCHAU, D                ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to         ENT      171.1      Technical Drafting
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Tuesday, 1/6/04, 5:00     An introductory course in mechanical drawing which includes
p.m., Room L102.                                                                                  geometric construction, orthographic projection, sectional views,
                                                                                                  dimensions, threads, fasteners, and lettering. $10 lab fee.
                                EDUCATION                                                         8352 WB
                                                                                                  $10 lab fee.
                                                                                                                  3    DAVIS, S      MW         5:00PM- 7:20PM      T154

ED       100          College Success
This course is designed to assist students in learning effective                                  ENT      172.1      Technical Drafting
techniques for having a college experience that is successful both                                This course will present to the student the fundamentals of multi-
academically and personally. Topics will include time manage-                                     view projection, sectional views, auxiliary views, shop fabrication
ment, test taking, communication skills, learning styles and cam-                                 processess, and dimensioning. Prerequisite: ENT 171 or instruc-
pus resources. The development of critical thinking skills will be                                tor’s permission. $10 lab fee.
incorporated throughout the course. $25 test fee.                                                 8354 WB         3    DAVIS, S      MW         5:00PM- 7:20PM      T154
                                                                                                  $10 lab fee.
7406 AA         3      SMITH, A               MWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM             A331
7408 BA         3      SMITH, A               MWTh           11:30AM-12:20PM             V120
                                                                                                  ENT      199        Special Problems
ED       135          Career Planning Strategies                                                  An experimental class to be used to explore new approaches and
An introductory course designed to assist students in gaining                                     applications to engineering technology.
insight and awareness into interests, values, skills, and the deci-                               3408 AA         1-15 STAFF         ARR      ARR
sion-making processes necessary for successful career and life                                    ENT      219        Construction Estimating
planning. $25 test fee.                                                                           An overview of the techniques used in estimating material quanti-
7418 AA         2      KONGSLIE, L              MW           11:30AM-12:30AM             T171
7420 BA         2      DE LEON, C               TTh          10:20AM-11:20PM             T171
                                                                                                  ties and labor in construction projects. Prerequisite: ENT 122, MTH
8744 DI         2      DE LEON, C               ARR          ARR                                  104, or instructor’s permission.
The course is conducted primarily through the internet. Students also may be required to make     3410 AA         1    JETTE, S       MT      11:30AM-12:30PM       T145
occasional visits to campus. $30 testing fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                                                     JETTE, S       MT      11:30AM-12:30PM       T163


                    *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                        Credit Classes - 30
               Engineering Technology – English

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR     DAY     TIME              LOCATION   LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR        DAY     TIME         LOCATION
ENT      224        Structures                                           ENT      271.1        Drawing Production Lab
Load analysis and design of basic structural members using timber        This course is offered to complement the ENT 271 course. Stu-
and steel. Prerequisite: ENT 214.                                        dents must be concurrently enrolled in ENT 271.
3412 AA         5   WYATT, P        MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM      T145    8370 WB        1      SNOWHITE, L        M     8:00PM-10:00PM    T163
                    WYATT, P        MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM      T163    $10 lab fee.

ENT      226        Architectural/Structural Drafting                    ENT      280.1        Extended CAD Lab
A drafting and design course covering construction techniques,           This is an open lab class to support the AutoCAD and Versacad
architectural drawings, organization of drawing sets, and design         classes. It allows for intermediate and advanced skill enhancement
projects. Prerequisite: ENT 136.                                         and specific projects that cannot be covered during the specific
3414 AA         5   WYATT, P        MTWTh    8:00AM-10:10AM      T163    CAD classes. It will be a variable credit, continued enrollment class.
                                                                         Prerequisites: ENT 267, ENT 267.1 or instructors’s permission.
ENT      229        Construction Specificiations
                                                                         3422 AA        1- 3   STAFF             ARR    ARR
A study of construction specifications using the CSI format. Pre-        $10 lab fee.
requisite: completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENT 226 or
instructor’s permission.                                                 ENT      299          Special Problems
3416 AA         2   JETTE, S         WTh    11:30AM-12:30PM      T145    Class to be used to explore new approaches and applications to
                    JETTE, S         WTh    11:30AM-12:30PM      T163    engineering technologies.
                                                                         3424 AA        1-15 STAFF               ARR    ARR
ENT      267        AutoCAD I
This course utilizes AutoCAD for computer-aided drafting (CAD).                                        ENGLISH
The course shows how to use AutoCAD to set up drawings, draw
and edit commands, dimensioning, and text. Students will utilize         ENG 087               Writing Skills
drafting and editing techniques to efficiently produce their draw-       This class is for students needing individualized instruction to
ings. Prerequisite: ENT 116, ENT 172, or equivalent.                     improve their proficiency in basic writing skills. After interpreting
8356 WB         2   CONNERLY, M       T      6:00PM- 8:00PM      T163    diagnostic testing in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC),
                                                                         the instructor develops a program for each student. The grade
ENT      267.1      AutoCAD I Lab
                                                                         is pass/no-credit. Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center
This course is offered to complement the ENT 267 course. Stu-
                                                                         (LOC) where instruction is conducted in a lab format.
dents must be concurrently enrolled in ENT 267.                          7800    AA     1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM     A221
8358 WB         1   CONNERLY, M       T      8:00PM-10:00PM      T163    9410    AC     1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    F109*
$10 lab fee.
                                                                         7802    BA     1- 3   SMITH, A         MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM     A221
                                                                         9412    BC     1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    F109*
ENT      268        AutoCAD II                                           7804    CA     1- 3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM    A221
This course goes beyond the basic fundamentals of AutoCAD and            9414    CC     1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   F109*
examines ways to use it in today’s work place. Emphasis is placed        7806    DA     1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM    A221
on advanced commands including: blocks, dimensions, attributes           9416    DC     1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   F109*
                                                                         7808    EA     1- 3   SMITH, A         MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM    A221
and extracting them, paper space/model space, xrefs and file             7810    FA     1- 3   SANDMEIER,   D   MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM     A221
management. The class then customizes a menu. Creating mac-              7812    GA     1- 3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM     A221
ros in pulldowns, images, slides and script files. Prerequisite: ENT     7814    HA     1- 3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM     A221
267 or instructor’s permission.                                          8840    WB     1- 3   LEE, M            MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221
8360 WB         2   LIMBAUGH, J      Th      6:00PM- 8:00PM      T163    9426    WD     1- 3   BARR, K           MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    F109*
                                                                         9867    WK     1      LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM     A221
ENT      268.1      AutoCAD II Lab                                       9869    WK     2      LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM     A221
                                                                         9871    WK     1      LEE, M             Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM     A221
This course is offered to complement the ENT 268 course. Stu-            9873    WK     1      LEE, M             Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM    A221
dents must be concurrently enrolled in ENT 268.                          8842    XB     1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S    TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221
8362 WB         1   LIMBAUGH, J      Th      8:00PM-10:00PM      T163
$10 lab fee.                                                             ENG 091               Grammar Skills
                                                                         A review of basic grammar including sample writing, sentence
ENT      269        Auto Lisp                                            structure, usage, and mechanics. The grade is pass/no credit.
The focus of this course is VisualLISP. Students will write programs     Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where
using VisualLISP which interfaces with AutoCAD. Students will            instruction is provided in a lab format.
learn to access and change characteristics of AutoCAD entities           7816    AA     1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM     A221
through LISP programs to create LISP programs that emulate com-          9418    AC     1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    F109*
plex AutoCAD commands. Prerequisite: ENT 268 or instructor’s             7818    BA     1- 3   SMITH, A         MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM     A221
permission.                                                              9420    BC     1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    F109*
8364 WB         2   TAPP, J          W       6:00PM- 8:00PM      T163    9422    CC     1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   F109*
                                                                         7820    DA     1- 3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM    A221
ENT      269.1      Auto Lisp Lab                                        9424    DC     1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   F109*
                                                                         7822    FA     1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM    A221
This course is offered to complement the ENT 269 course. Stu-            7824    HA     1- 3   SMITH, A         MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM    A221
dents must be concurrently enrolled in ENT 269.                          7826    IA     1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM     A221
8366 WB         1   TAPP, J          W       8:00PM-10:00PM      T163    7828    JA     1- 3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM     A221
$10 lab fee.                                                             7830    KA     1- 3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM     A221
                                                                         8844    WB     1- 3   LEE, M            MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221
ENT      271        Drawing Production                                   9436    WD     1- 3   BARR, K           MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    F109*
This course simulates actual drawing projects in a variety of disci-     9875    WK     1      LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM     A221
plines, such as civil, structural, architectural, mechanical, electri-   9877    WK     2      LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM     A221
                                                                         9879    WK     1      LEE, M             Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM     A221
cal. Students are expected to develop and manage large sets of           9881    WK     1      LEE, M             Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM    A221
drawings. Prerequisite: ENT 267, ENT 268, ENT 269, or ENT 270            8846    XB     1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S    TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221
or instructor’s permission.
8368 WB         2   SNOWHITE, L      M       6:00PM- 8:00PM      T163




31 - Credit Classes                                                                         *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                      English – Enviromental Science

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                         COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY          TIME                  LOCATION      LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
ENG 098              Writing Prep I                                                           ENG 201               Advanced English Composition [C]
This course is designed to teach the basics of writing well-devel-                            An advanced expository writing course, focusing on research es-
oped and grammatically correct single and multiple paragraph                                  say and other aspects of college writing. Prerequisite: ENG 101.
papers. Prerequisite: an ASSET score between 33-38.                                           0564    AA      5     PEARSON, D             MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM   B101
0500 AA        5      RASMUSSEN, D          MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM            A329     0566    BA      5     STAFF                  MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM   N104
0502 BA        5      PEARSON, D            MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM           B104B     0572    EA      5     LEE, M                 MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM  A332
This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected to have a working knowl-   0568    CA      5     PEARSON, D             MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM  T107
edge of word processing.                                                                      0570    DA      5     STAFF                  MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM B104B
0504    CA     5      RASMUSSEN, D          MTWTh         10:20AM-11:20AM N104                This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected to have a working knowl-
                                                                                              edge of word processing.
0506    DA     5      SEALY, B              MTWTh         11:30AM-12:30PM  V121
0508    EA     5      PEDERSEN, R            TTh          12:40PM- 2:50PM  A329               0574    FA      5     LEE, M                 MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM            A331
0510    FA     5      BEEMAN, S             MTWTh         8:00AM- 9:00AM   A333               0576    GA      5     STAFF                  MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM           B104A
8060    WB     5      PEARSON, D             TTh          5:00PM- 7:10PM  B104B               0578    HA      5     HOLMES, M              MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM            A333
This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected to have a working knowl-   8070    WB      5     DECHTER, K              TTh           5:00PM- 7:10PM             B102
edge of word processing.                                                                      8068    DII     5     SEALY, B                ARR           ARR
9446 WD        5      HOSTETLER, R            MW           5:00PM- 7:10PM           R101*     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
                                                                                              occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                              have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
ENG 099              Writing Prep II                                                          learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
An intensive composition course designed to prepare students for                              contact Brad Sealy by the second day of class, either via email at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu
                                                                                              or by phone at ext. 2760.
college reading and writing. Successful completion of this course                             8074 DII        5     DECHTER, K               ARR          ARR
will make the student eligible for ENG 101. Prerequisite: ENG 98                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required
                                                                                              to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for stu-
or an ASSET score between 39-42.                                                              dents who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are listed at
0512 AA        5      WAKEMAN, C            MTWTh          6:50AM- 7:50AM            A333     www.ColumbiaBasin.edu under the Distance Learning heading. Those unable to attend must
                                                                                              contact Kathy Dechter by the second day of class, via email at Kathy.Dechter@columbiabasin
0514 BA        5      COMMEREE, N           MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM           B104B     .edu or at ext. 2331.
This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected to have a working knowl-
edge of word processing.
0516    CA     5      SMITH, B              MTWTh         9:10AM-10:10AM   T144               ENG 205               Technical Writing [C]
0518    DA     5      SMITH, B              MTWTh         10:20AM-11:20AM  T106               This course emphasizes students’ technical communication skills
0519    EA     5      WAKEMAN, C            MTWTh         10:20AM-11:20AM W180C               for use in the workplace and other academic settings. Students
0520    FA     5      STAFF                 MTWTh         11:30AM-12:30PM  B102
0522    GA     5      JAMES, G               MW           12:40PM- 2:50PM  A334
                                                                                              will employ various methods of analyzing and writing for different
8062    WB     5      PEARSON, D             MW           5:00PM- 7:10PM  B104B               audiences and purposes. Students will also use traditional and
This is a computer assisted writing section. Students are expected to have a working knowl-   online resources for problem solving, research, documentation,
edge of word processing.
                                                                                              and editing. Prerequisite: ENG 101.
9866 WK        5      BICKENHEUSER             F           5:00PM- 7:10PM            A329
                                                                                              0580 AA         5     ABBOTT, D              MTWTh          9:10AM- 10:10AM             A332
                      BICKENHEUSER             Sa          8:00AM-10:10AM            A329
                                                                                              8076 WB         5     ABBOTT, D               TTh           5:00PM- 7:10PM              B101
ENG 101              English Composition [C]                                                  8872 DII        5     PEDERSEN, R             ARR           ARR
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition,                          occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                              have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
with emphasis on organizing unified and coherent essays. Prereq-                              learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
uisite: A passing grade in ENG 99 or ASSET score of 43 or above.                              contact Bob Pedersen by the second day of class, either via email at bpedersen@columbiabasI
                                                                                              n.edu or by phone at ext. 2387.
0524    AA     5      BEYERS, R             MTWTh         6:50AM- 7:50AM             A330
0526    BA     5      BEYERS, R             MTWTh         8:00AM- 9:00AM             A331
0530    DA     5      COMMEREE, N           MTWTh         9:10AM-10:10AM             A333       ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
0532    EA     5      PIERACCI, M           MTWTh         9:10AM-10:10AM             T106
0534    FA     5      STAFF                 MTWTh         9:10AM-10:10AM             T107
0536    GA     5      STAFF                 MTWTh         9:10AM-10:10AM             T122     All levels of English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are offered
0538    HA     5      MATHESIUS, M          MTWTh         9:10AM-10:10AM             A334     during the day and evening at the Pasco and Richland campuses,
0540    IA     5      MEINERS, E            MTWTh         10:20AM-11:20AM            N103     as well as at various locations throughout the community. We also
0544    KA     5      SEALY, B              MTWTh         10:20AM-11:20AM            A330     offer First Language Spanish Literacy Classes. For more informa-
0546    LA     5      THONNEY, T            MTWTh         10:20AM-11:20AM            A334
0542    JA     5      COMMEREE, N           MTWTh         11:30AM-12:30PM            A333
                                                                                              tion on ESL classes, contact 547-0511, ext. 2352.
0548    MA     5      JAMES, G              MTWTh         11:30AM-12:30PM            A334
0550    NA     5      STAFF                 MTWTh         11:30AM-12:30PM            D105                             FAMILY LITERACY
0552    OA     5      STAFF                 MTWTh         11:30AM-12:30PM            T106
0554    PA     5      JONES, D              MTWTh         9:10AM-10:10AM             T145
0556    QA     5      MEINERS, E            MTWTh         8:00AM- 9:00AM             A333     All levels of Family Literacy (FLIT) classes are offered during the day
0558    RA     5      JONES, D              MTWTh         10:20AM-11:20AM            T122     and evening at various locations throughout the community. For
0560    SA     5      THONNEY, T            MTWTh         12:40PM- 1:40PM            A330     more information on ESL and Evenstart classes, contact 547-0511,
0562    TA     5      ABBOTT, D             MTWTh         12:40PM- 1:40PM            A332     ext. 2352.
0528    CA     5      ABBOTT, D             MTWTh         1:50PM- 2:50AM             A332
8064    WB     5      BICKENHEUSER           TTh          5:00PM- 7:10PM             B106
8066    XB     5      STAFF                  MW           5:00PM- 7:10PM             B101                    ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE
                                                                                              ENVS 100              Environmental Science [M/S]
                                                                                              A Multidisciplinary course designed to provide both the non-
                                                                                              science and sceince major the background necessary to under-
                                                                                              stand environmental problems that have arisen due to human
                                                                                              activities. Topics include food chains; energy production; nutrient
                                                                                              cycles; forest and wildlife management; population demograph-
                                                                                              ics; air and water pollution; ozone depletion and global warming.
                                                                                              Lab and lecture must be taken concurrently.
                                                                                              5250 AA         4     COPELAND, J            MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             S145
                                                                                              Section AA lecture must be taken with section AA lab or BA lab.
                                                                                              8602 WB         4     COPELAND, J               TTh          6:00PM- 9:00PM             S153
                                                                                              Section WB lecture must be taken with section WB lab.

                                                                                              ENVS 100.1            Environmental Science Lab [M/S]
                                                                                              5252 AA         1     COPELAND, J                M           1:40PM- 3:30PM             S153
                                                                                              5254 BA         1     COPELAND, J                W           1:50PM- 3:40PM             S153
                                                                                              8604 WB         1     COPELAND, J               TTh          6:00PM- 9:00PM             S153
                                                                                              $10 lab fee.

                   *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                    Credit Classes - 32
               Fire Science – Health

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

                             FIRE SCIENCE                                                        GEO 150                Cultural Geography [S/B]
                                                                                                 CBC’s course in Cultural Geography provides an introduction
FCA      190          Introduction to Fire Inspection and Codes                                  to the ways in which human groups think about, arrange, and
A course designed to give the new firefighter a basic concept                                    modify their physical habitats. This geographic knowledge is a
of inspections involving the Uniform Fire Code and the Uniform                                   basic means to understanding one’s own world and the worlds
Building Code.                                                                                   of others.
9448 AC         3     WILLIAMS, K              MTW          12:00PM- 1:00PM            E201*     2020 AA         5      WOODS, M              MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM          T180

FS       222          Fire Tactics II
This course included planning, implementing and evaluating
                                                                                                                                   GEOLOGY
basic and advanced fire tactics at the command officer level. Pre-                               GEL      101           Physical Geology I [M/S]
requisite: FS 121 - Fire Tactics I.                                                              Composition and structure of the earth. Study and identification of
9450 WD         3     JOHNSON, G                 T           7:00PM-10:00PM            E201*     common minerals and the three major rock groups. Plate tecton-
IFA      111          Emergency Medical Tech
                                                                                                 ics concept of the evolution of surface features of continents. A
To qualify, the student will need to have a CPR card. Prior clinical                             study of volcanic, seismic, weathering and ground water process-
portion of the EMT class,the student will need to have finished                                  es. Outline of geologic development of the Pacific Northwest, in-
the three part Hepatitis-B immunizations, TB skin test, and pass a                               cluding field studies. Lecture and lab must be taken concurrently.
                                                                                                 5186 AA         3      WALKER, C                M            8:00AM- 8:50AM          S134
criminal background check that is conducted by the Washington                                                           WALKER, C                W            8:00AM- 9:50AM          S134
State Patrol.                                                                                    Students who signed up for lecture section AA must take lab section AA.
P818    WB      1-10 PURDY, P                 TWTh           2:00PM- 5:00PM            E106*     5188 BA         3      WALKER, C                M           11:30AM-12:20PM          S134
                                                                                                                        WALKER, C                W           11:30AM- 1:20PM          S134
                                    FRENCH                                                       Students who sign up for lecture section BA must take lab section BA.
                                                                                                 8588 WB         3      WURSTNER, S             MW            5:00PM- 8:00PM          S134
                                                                                                 Section WB lecture must be taken with section WB lab.
FR       102          French-2nd Quarter [H]
Introduction to the French language including conversational                                     GEL      101.1         Physical Geology I Lab [M/S]
skills, reading, writing and grammar and French culture including                                5190 AA         2      WALKER, C               TTh          8:00AM- 9:50AM           S134
geography, customs, daily life and heritage. Prerequisite: FR 101                                5192 BA         2      WALKER, C               TTh          11:30AM- 1:20PM          S134
or instructor’s permission.                                                                      8590 WB
                                                                                                 $10 lab fee.
                                                                                                                 2      WURSTNER, S             MW           5:00PM- 8:00PM           S134
2500 AA         5     ARNOLD, A              MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM             V121

                GENERAL ENGINEERING                                                                                                 GERMAN
GE       101          Engineering Drawing I                                                      GER      102           German 2nd Quarter [H]
Principles of mechanical drawing: geometric construction, or-                                    Introduction to the German language including conversational
thographic projection, sectional views, dimensions, tolerances,                                  skills, reading, writing and grammar and German culture includ-
threads, fasteners and lettering. $10 lab fee.                                                   ing geography, customs, daily life and heritage. Prerequisite: GER
8582 WB         3     DAVIS, S                 MW            5:00PM- 7:20PM             T154     101 or instructor’s permission.
$10 lab fee.                                                                                     2510 AA         5      MUCHA, J              MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM        B104A

GE       102          Engineering Drawing II                                                                                         HEALTH
Descriptive geometry: lines, points, planes, successive auxiliary
views, intersections, developments and topographic drawing and                                   HE       160           Diet, Exercise & Weight
perspective. Prerequisite: GE 101. $10 lab fee.                                                  Class is designed to promote and achieve knowledge in the areas
8584 WB         3     DAVIS, S                 MW            5:00PM- 7:20PM             T154     of diet, exercise, and weight management for today’s lifestyles as
$10 lab fee.                                                                                     it relates to the students’ total well-being.
                                                                                                 4070 AA         2      LEAHY, E                TTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM           I105
GE       281          Statics
Analysis of force systems in static equilibrium. Topics include                                  HE       170           Health and Wellness
force vectors, equilibrium of particles and rigid bodies, structural                             Personal Health is the study of current and future health problems
analysis, distributed forces, friction, center of gravity, moments of                            of the college student with emphasis on risk factor, mental health,
inertia. Prerequisites: PHY 201/201.1 AND MTH 201.                                               nutrition, aging, and disease. Learning experiences designed to
8586 AA         5     SCHLOSSER, M             MW            3:00PM- 5:00PM             S151     help the student make decisions which influence positive health
                                                                                                 attitudes and behaviors.
                              GEOGRAPHY                                                          4072 AA         3      ROSTVOLD, J            MTW           12:40PM- 1:40PM          G101
                                                                                                 Class ends 03/09/04.
GEO 120               Introduction to Atmospheric Science
An introductory study of fundamental scientific principles through                               HE       220           Drugs and Health
the application to everyday weather events. Study and obser-                                     This course is designed to achieve physiological knowledge and
vations of the atmosphere and the principles of meteorology.                                     awareness of chemical use and abuse as it relates to the student’s
Students use analysis and decision-making skills used by meteo-                                  total well-being.
rologists to diagnose weather patterns, understand air motions,                                  4074 AA         3
                                                                                                 Class ends 03/09/04.
                                                                                                                        ROSTVOLD, J            MTW            9:10AM-10:10AM          G101
and predict future atmospheric conditions. Lecture/lab must be
                                                                                                 4076 BA         3      ROSTVOLD, J            MTW           10:20AM-11:20AM          G101
taken concurrently. Prerequisites: reading asset score of 35+ and                                Class ends 03/09/04.
webct workshop. This course has been developed by AMS (Ameri-                                    8408 DI         3      VLADIMIROFF             ARR          ARR                        ARR
can Meteorological Society). Mandatory orientation as indicated                                  Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead
                                                                                                 students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in
below.                                                                                           course subject matter. $30.00 fee.
8583 DII        5     WALKER, C                ARR          ARR                           ARR    8400 DII        3      STOKER, L               ARR          ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make   Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who       students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                               course subject matter. $30.00 fee.

GEO 120.1             Introduction to Atmospheric Science Lab
8585 DII        5     WALKER, C                ARR          ARR                           ARR
$10 lab fee.


33 - Credit Classes                                                                                                  *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                                      History – Human Services

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY           TIME                  LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR           DAY     TIME         LOCATION
HE       230           First-Aid Safety                                                           HIS      104          U.S. History [S/B]
Course designed to help students learn first-aid skills and accident                              Survey of American history from the colonial period through the
prevention. Advanced first-aid and CPR card given for successful                                  Civil War and Reconstruction. Emphasis is placed on early colonial
completion.                                                                                       development, the American Revolution, the building of the nation,
4078 AA         3      PATRICK, J             MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM             G103     territorial expansion, slavery, the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Class ends Feb. 24, 2004.
                                                                                                  2010 AA         5      ARNOLD, D         MTWTh    9:10AM-10:10AM    L102
4080 BA         3      PATRICK, J             MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM             G103
Class ends Feb. 24, 2004.                                                                         HIS      105          U.S. History [S/B]
                                                                                                  A survey of American history from the post-Civil War era to the
HE       240           Stress Management
                                                                                                  present. Emphasis is upon the political, social, economic, and
A study of the causes of human stress and how to manage or min-
                                                                                                  cultural forces which have shaped modern America. Special em-
imize this stress. Theories, implications, and techniques such as
                                                                                                  phasis is given to industrialization, class, and race relations, social
muscle relaxation, meditation, and biofeedback are emphasized.
4084 AA         3      ROSTVOLD, J             MTW            8:00AM- 9:00AM             G101
                                                                                                  reform movements, foreign policy and political change, including
Class ends 03/09/04.                                                                              the World Wars, the Great Depression, and postwar politics to
4086 BA         3      ROGERS, S               MTW            9:10AM-10:10AM             V121     the present.
Class ends 03/09/04.                                                                              2012 AA         5      WOODS, M          MTWTh    10:20AM-11:20AM L109
4088 CA         3      ROGERS, S               MTW           10:20AM-11:20AM             T106     2014 BA         5      BARR, W           MTWTh    11:30AM-12:30PM A330
Class ends 03/09/04.                                                                              2016 CA         5      FLYNN, G          MTWTh    9:10AM-10:10AM W180B
4090 DA         3      ROSTVOLD, J             MTW           11:30AM-12:30PM             G101
Class ends 03/09/04.                                                                              HIS      110          History of Modern East Asia [S/B]
8410 DI         3      VLADIMIROFF              ARR          ARR                                  A history of East Asia. Major emphasis will be upon the history of
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead
students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in       China, an analysis of modernization in Japan, and issues of colo-
course subject matter. $30.00 fee.                                                                nialism and nationalism in East Asia.
8402 DII        3      STOKER, L                ARR          ARR                                  2018 AA         5      SUN, Y            MTWTh    8:00AM- 9:00AM    B105
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead
students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in
course subject matter. $30.00 fee.                                                                                        HUMAN SERVICES
8404 DII        3      CLARY, C                 ARR          ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make    HS       091          Life Skills/Personal Development
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance    This class provides a safe and supportive environment for per-
learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must      sonal awareness and development. Group interaction and guest
contact Cathy Clary by the second day of class, either via email at claryc@columbiabasin.edu
or by phone at ext. 2309.                                                                         speakers offer a comfortable learning environment allowing the
8406 WB         3      STAFF                      T           5:00PM- 7:20PM             G103     students to gain a better awareness of themselves. Students will
9400 WD         3      STAFF                     Th           7:30PM- 9:50PM            F013*     gain information, which will allow them to make decisions that
                                                                                                  are beneficial for the life and career choices they are facing.
   HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PROGRAM                                                                9101 AA         5      CASEY, B           DAILY   9:00AM-12:00PM
                                                                                                  Instructor’s permission required.
     (HEP) ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
                                                                                                  HS       092          Life Skills/Choices
This program is intended to meet special needs of migrant and                                     Development of useful resources and information to equip stu-
seasonal farmworkers pursuing a high school equivalency certifi-                                  dents to implement a plan of action. Analyzing one’s options,
cate. All levels of ABE/GED are offered during the day and eve-                                   interests, skills and goals will prepare the student for this course.
ning at the Pasco campus. For more infromation call 547-0511                                      Students will explore challenges and opportunities of change,
ext. 2775.                                                                                        whether by choice or due to life-changing circumstances.
                                                                                                  9103 AA         5      CASEY, B           DAILY   9:00AM-12:00PM
                                    HISTORY                                                       Instructor’s permission required.


HIS      101           World Civilizations [H]                                                    HS       093          Life Skills/Job Readiness
A study of world civilizations from their origins through late antiq-                             Use of interest and personality inventories will aid the students
uity. Emphasis will be placed upon Western, East Asian, and South                                 in career choices. Students will learn how to write an effective
Asian civilizations. Philosophies, religions, and political and social                            resume, conduct a successful interview, and dress for success. The
systems will be covered.                                                                          students will learn what resources are available to assist them in
8204 DII        5      WOODS, M                 ARR          ARR                                  their job search.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make    9105 AA         5      CASEY, B           DAILY   9:00AM-12:00PM
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who        Instructor’s permission required.
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday,
1/5/04, 6:00 p.m., Room W140.
                                                                                                  HS       102          Counseling: Theory & Practice
HIS      102           World Civilizations [H]                                                    Introduction to psychopathology, personality theory, assessment,
The development of world civilizations from the end of the classi-                                and counseling theories. The course will include some demon-
cal age to the beginning of the modern. Political, social, economic                               stration techniques associated with the therapies as well as an
and cultural development will be covered with emphasis upon                                       opportunity for student involvement and role play.
Europe, Asia and Africa.                                                                          2700 AA         5      KENDALL, B        MTWTh    9:10AM-10:10AM    T170
2000 AA         5      CHISHOLM, R            MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM             T180
2002 BA         5      CHISHOLM, R            MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM             D105     HS       103          Ethical & Legal Issues in Human Services/
                                                                                                                        Chemical Dependancy
HIS      103           World Civilizations [H]                                                    The course is intended to help the human services worker identify,
An examination of the major civilizations of the world from the                                   understand and deal with the professional ethical issues, dilem-
birth of the modern age to the present. Emphasis is on the devel-                                 mas, and laws that most effect the human service practitioner in
opment of the modern nation-state, international relations, socio-                                a variety of settings.
economic developments and shifting patterns of thought.                                           2702 AA         3      BARR, K            MTW     10:20AM-11:20AM   T170
2004 AA         5      BARR, W                MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             B105
2006 BA         5      ARNOLD, D              MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             B106
8202 WB         5      FLYNN, G                TTh           5:00PM- 7:10PM              A329




                    *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                            Credit Classes - 34
             Human Services – Literature

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                  DAY           TIME                    LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                DAY            TIME                  LOCATION
HS       105           Crisis Intervention                                                            ICS      120          Survey of Hispanic Culture [H]
The course is intended to introduce crisis theory and techniques                                      An introduction to the culture and civilization of the Spanish
for beginning counselors. Emphasis will be placed on areas caus-                                      speaking world; taught in English.
ing stress such as psychiatric emergencies, sexual assault, incest,                                   2082 AA         5      CRUZ, A                MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM             A329
battered women, death and dying, and loss. Assessment tech-
                                                                                                      ICS      125          Native American Culture [H]
niques and in-depth interviewing skills will also be covered along
                                                                                                      An introduction to the history and culture of Native American
with time spent on the actual practice of crisis intervention.
2704 AA         3       KENDALL, B               MTW            8:00AM- 9:00AM               T170
                                                                                                      peoples. The situation of Native Americans in contemporary
                                                                                                      society is also discussed with particular focus on issues of tribal
HS       120           Drug/Alcohol Counseling Techniques                                             sovereignty.
Overview of interview/listening skills and counseling theories                                        8109 DII        5      ARNOLD, D                ARR           ARR
                                                                                                      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
unique to the chemically dependent person and family members.                                         occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
Introduction to self-help support systems, and developmental as-                                      have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday,
                                                                                                      1/6/04, 6:00 p.m., Room L102.
pects of coping skills to maintain a clean and sober lifestyle.
2706 AA         3       BARR, K                  MTW            1:50PM- 2:50PM               T170
                                                                                                                                        JAPANESE
HS       122           Alcohol/Drug Group Process
Practical basics of group work as applied to alcohol/drug and co-                                     JPSE 102              Japanese, Second Quarter [H]
dependency treatment. Dynamics of group interaction, composi-                                         Introduction to the Japanese language including speaking and
tion, goal-setting, and group topic development to be included.                                       listening skills, reading, writing, and grammar and the Japanese
Experiential learning opportunity provided.                                                           culture including geography, customs, daily life and heritage.
                                                                                                      2512 AA         5      STAFF                  MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM W180A
2708 AA         5       BARR, K                 MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM               T170

HS       231           Adolescent Chemical Dependency                                                                                LITERATURE
                       Assessment and Counsel Treatment
                                                                                                      LIT      140          The Cinema [H]
This course will explore in-depth the various needs of the chemi-
                                                                                                      The twentieth century art form is studied by observing and dis-
cally dependent adolescent, including specific assessment and
                                                                                                      cussing film which demonstrates the growth of ideas and tech-
counseling techniques. Models of adolescent chemical depen-
                                                                                                      niques in this medium. Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent.
dency treatment will be studied as well as their effectiveness.                                       0600 AA         5      MATHESIUS, M             MW            12:40PM- 2:50PM             A334
2710 AA         3       OCHOA, T                  SaSu          9:00AM- 5:00PM               V120
                                                                                                      LIT      150          Intro to Literature [H]
HS       297.2         Alcohol/Drug Practicum
                                                                                                      This course focuses on reading and analyzing prose, poetry and
Students will acquire practical experience within a qualified chemi-
                                                                                                      drama and is designed to help students develop a method of
cal dependency agency to assist in utilizing skills learned within
                                                                                                      reading and evaluating literature. Prerequisite: ENG 101 or con-
the classroom.
                                                                                                      current.
2712 AA         1- 6    BARR, K                    Th          ARR
                                                                                                      0602 AA         5      HOLMES, M              MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM             N101
                                                                                                      0604 BA         5      JAMES, G               MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM             B106
                    INDUSTRIAL DRAWING                                                                8096 DII        5      MATHESIUS, M            ARR            ARR
                                                                                                      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
DRW 106                Industrial Drawing                                                             occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                      have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
A basic course in technique of sketching and drawing. The weld-                                       learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
ing student will learn to create orthographic, obliques, and iso-                                     contact Matt Mathesius by the second day of class, either via email at mathesiusm@columbiab
                                                                                                      asin.edu or by phone ext. 2215.
metric renderings. The course also teaches dimensioning for the
welding shop fabrication drawings.                                                                    LIT      160          Women’s Literature [H]
8646 WB         2       GUILBAULT, F                F           6:00PM- 9:00PM               V127     This course is a study of the ways women represent female experi-
                                                                                                      ence and question cultural norms through the literary arts. Previ-
                    INDUSTRIAL FIRST-AID                                                              ous completion or current enrollment in English 101 is required.
                                                                                                      0606 AA         5      HOLMES, M              MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM             D113
IFA      103           CPR
This course covers risk factors, prudent heart living, adult, child,                                  LIT      205          World Literature [H]
and infant CPR and airway obstruction training. Successful com-                                       A survey of world literature from ancient times through the Ro-
pletion leads to a Healthcare Provider card if needed.                                                man Empire. Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent.
4802 AA         1       PATRICK, J                  F          ARR                          G103      0610 AA         5      THONNEY, T             MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM              V127
Contact the instructor at 547-0511 ext 2259 or jpatrick@cbc2.org for the specific date and
time of the class.
                                                                                                      LIT      226          American Literature [H]
                                                                                                      A survey of American literature from the Civil War to World War I.
               INTERCULTURAL STUDIES                                                                  Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent.
ICS      100           Cultural and Historical Linked to Travel                                       0625 AA         5      LEE, M                 MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM             N102
                                                                                                      8094 DII        5      LEE, M                  ARR            ARR
An introduction to the history, culture, geography, art, and lan-                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
guage of a country or countries, to be followed by a required                                         occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                      have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
trip to the area studied for an immersion experience. The trip for                                    learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
                                                                                                      contact Michael Lee by the second day of class, either via email at Micheal.Lee@columbiabasi
Spring Break 2004 will be to Italy, France, and Spain.                                                n.edu or by phone at ext. 2399.
2080 AA         1- 3    SANDNESS, B               ARR          ARR
                        FERNANDEZ, T              ARR          ARR                                    LIT      265          English Literature [H]
This class is for students registered to attend the spring break trip. For more information, please
contact Antonio Cruz at acruz@cbc2.org, 547-0511 ext. 2212, or Office L0009C.                         A survey of English literature from 1640 to 1800. Prerequisite:
8108 AA         1- 3    FERNANDEZ, T              ARR          ARR                                    ENG 101 or concurrent.
                        SANDNESS, B               ARR          ARR                                    0612 AA         5      PEDERSEN, R            MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM              A330

                                                                                                      LIT      270          Shakespeare [H]
                                                                                                      Shakespeare as dramatist and poet. Readings from comedies, his-
                                                                                                      tories and tragedies. Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent. .
                                                                                                      0614 AA         5      ABBOTT, D              MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM             A332


35 - Credit Classes                                                                                                       *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                          Machine Technology – Machine Occupational

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

              MACHINE TECHNOLOGY                                          MT      231       Advanced Machine Technology III
                                                                          This course is designed to build skill and knowledge in Computer
MT      111        Basic Machine Tech I                                   Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Upon completion of this course, the
This course is designed to give the students skills in using measur-      student should be able to draw a part in a solid modeling soft-
ing instruments, and concepts of machining with a metal lathe.            ware, write a program with the CAM system, and machine the
Upon completion of this course, the student should know how               part on a CNC. Prerequisite: MT 221 or instructor’s permission.
to turn and measure diameters within .001”, cut threads, knurl,           6520 AA       5   WALKER, R        MTWTh   ARR               V134
and cut tapers. Student will take ASSET test first week of class if not
previously taken.                                                         MT      231.1     Advanced Machine Technology III Lab
6500 AA       5     WALKER, R      MTWTh     ARR                V132A     Work on projects using Solidworks, CAM system, CNC lathe, and
                                                                          CNC milling machine to practice the concepts taught in class. Pre-
MT      111.1      Basic Machine Tech I Lab                               requisite: MT 221.1 or instructor’s permission.
Work on projects using the lathe to practice the concepts taught          6522 AA       9   WALKER, R        DAILY   8:00AM-12:30PM    V134
in the class.
6502 AA     1- 9    WALKER, R      DAILY      8:00AM-12:30PM      V134    MT      291       Basic Tool/Die
                                                                          $10 lab fee required.
MT      121        Basic Machine Tech II                                  6524 AA     1-18 WALKER, R         MTWTh   ARR               V134
This course is designed to build skills and knowledge on vertical
and horizontal milling machine. Upon completion, the student                         MACHINE OCCUPATIONAL
should be able to set up a milling machine to cut geatures with
a tolerance of .001”. Prerequisite: MT 111 or instructor’s permis-        MO      191.1     Machine Shop
sion.                                                                     The study of basic machining operations involving lathes, milling
6504 AA       5     WALKER, R      DAILY     ARR                  V134
                                                                          machines, drill presses, and grinding machines. It also includes
                                                                          precision measurement and lay-out techniques. The emphasis is
MT      121.1      Basic Machine Tech II Lab                              hands-on experiences and is exemplified by required machining
Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice          projects. $10 lab fee is required.
the concepts taught in class. Prerequisite: MT 111.1 or instructor’s      8652 WB       2   WALKER, R         W      7:00PM-10:00PM    V134
permission.                                                               8654 XB       2   WALKER, R         W      7:00PM-10:00PM    V134
6506 AA     1- 9    WALKER, R      DAILY      8:00AM-12:30PM      V134
                                                                          MO      192.1     Machine Shop
MT      131        Basic Machine Tech III                                 Intermediate machining course. It involves basic set-ups and op-
This course is designed to build skills and knowledge on vertical         erations on typical machine tools. Lay-out techniques, operations
milling machine. Upon completion of this course, the student              planning, precision measurement and machining theory are in-
should be able to grind a feature with a tolerance of .004”. Pre-         cluded. Prerequisite: MO 191.1. $10 lab fee required.
requisite: MT 121 or instructor’s permission.                             8656 WB       2   WALKER, R         W      7:00PM-10:00PM    V134
6508 AA       5     WALKER, R      DAILY     ARR                  V134
                                                                          MO      193.1     Machine Shop
MT      131.1      Basic Machine Tech III Lab                             Intermediate machining course involves basic set-ups and op-
Work on projects using the lathe, milling machine, surface grind-         erations on typical machine tools. Layout techniques, operations
er, cylindrical, and heat treating furnace to practice the concepts       planning, precision measurement and machining theory are in-
taught in the class. Prerequisite: MT 121.1 or instructor’s permis-       cluded. Prerequisite: MO 192.1. $10 lab fee required.
sion.                                                                     8658 WB       2   WALKER, R         W      7:00PM-10:00PM    V134
6510 AA     1- 9    WALKER, R      DAILY      8:00AM-12:30PM      V134

MT      211        Advanced Machine Technology I
This course is designed to build skills and knowledge in Computer
Numercial Controlled (CNC) milling. Upon completion of this
course, the student should be able to program, set up, and oper-
ate a CNC milling machine. Prerequisite: MT 131 or instructor’s
permission.
6512 AA       5     WALKER, R      DAILY     ARR                  V134

MT      211.1      Advanced Machine Technology I Lab
Work on projects using the CNC milling machine to practice the
concepts taught in class. Prerequisite: MT 131.1 or instructor’s
permission.
6514 AA     1- 9    WALKER, R      DAILY      8:00AM-12:30PM      V134

MT      221        Advanced Machine Technology II
This course is designed to build skill and knowledge in CNC turn-
ing. Upon completion of this course, the student should be able
to program, set up, and operate CNC equipment. Prerequisite:
MT 211.
6516 AA       5     WALKER, R      MTWTh     ARR                  V134

MT      221.1      Advanced Machine Technology II Lab
Work on projects using the CNC equipment to practice the
concepts taught in class. Prerequisite: MT 211.1 or instructor’s
permission.
6518 AA       9     WALKER, R      DAILY      8:00AM-12:30PM      V134




                  *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                               Credit Classes - 36
          Mathematics – Mathematics

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

                     MATHEMATICS                                     MTH 083                Review Basics
                                                                     A review of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, power
MTH 080          Whole Numbers                                       and square roots, measurement and metrics, word problems
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Class held in   (fractions, decimals, percentages) and tables and graphs. Class
the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is         held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruc-
provided in a lab format unless otherwise noted. Prerequisite:       tion is a lab format unless otherwise noted. Prerequiste: MTH 82
ASSET/Compass test placement.                                        or ASSET/Compass placement.
7500    AA   1    SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM     A221   7127    AA      2      FREESE, J             MWTh           1:25PM- 2:25PM              X103
9304    AC   1    DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    F109*   9326    AC      2      DALPIAZ, P            MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM             F109*
7502    BA   1    SMITH, A         MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM     A221   7548    BA      2      SANDMEIER, S          MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM              A221
9306    BC   1    DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    F109*   9328    BC      2      DALPIAZ, P            MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM             F109*
9308    CC   1    DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   F109*   7550    CA      2      SMITH, A              MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              A221
7504    DA   1    LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM    A221   9330    CC      2      DALPIAZ, P            MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM            F109*
9310    DC   1    DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   F109*   9332    DC      2      DALPIAZ, P            MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM            F109*
7506    FA   1    SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM    A221   7552    EA      2      STAFF                 MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             V120
7508    HA   1    SMITH, A         MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM    A221   Class is taught in a classroom.
7514    HA   1    LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM     A221   7554    GA      2      SANDMEIER, S          MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             A221
7510    JA   1    SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM     A221   7556    IA      2      SMITH, A              MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             A221
7512    KA   1    LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM     A221   7558    KA      2      SANDMEIER, S          MTWTh          1:50PM- 2:50PM              A221
8500    WB   1    LEE, M            MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221   7560    MA      2      LIEBLER, N            MTWTh          3:00PM- 4:00PM              A221
9342    WD   1    BARR, K           MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    F109*   7562    OA      2      LIEBLER, N            MTWTh          4:10PM- 5:10PM              A221
9842    WK   1    LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM     A221   8506    WB      2      LEE, M                 MW            5:20PM- 8:40PM              A221
9846    WK   1    LEE, M             Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM     A221   9502    WD      2      BARR, K                MW            5:20PM- 8:40PM             F109*
9848    WK   1    LEE, M             Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM    A221   9858    WK      2      LEE, M                  Sa           8:30AM-12:30PM              A221
8501    XB   1    SANDMEIER,   S    TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221   8507    XB      2      SANDMEIER, S           TTh           5:20PM- 8:40PM              A221

MTH 081          Fractions                                           MTH 084                Algebra/Geometry
Fraction operations and word problems. Class held in the Learn-      This introductory course includes signed number operations, al-
ing Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is provided in      gebraic concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates,
a lab format unless otherwise noted. Prerequisite: MTH 080 or        angles, triangles, and area and volume. For the student who has
ASSET/Compass placement.                                             never taken algebra or who needs a refresher before enrolling in
9312    AC   1    DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    F109*   MTH 91. Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)
7516    BA   1    SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM     A221
1384    BC   1    DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    F109*
                                                                     where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted. Prereq-
7518    CA   1    SMITH, A         MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM     A221   uisite: MTH 82 with appropriate TABE score or MTH 83 or ASSET/
9314    CC   1    DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   F109*   Compass test placement.
7520    DA   1    LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM    A221   7564 AA         2      SANDMEIER, S          MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM             A221
9316    DC   1    DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   F109*   9334 AC         2      DALPIAZ, P            MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM            F109*
7522    FA   1    SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM    A221   7566 BA         2      LIEBLER, N            MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM             T154
7524    HA   1    SMITH, A         MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM    A221   Class is taught in a classroom.
7526    JA   1    SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM     A221   9336    BC      2      DALPIAZ, P            MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM             F109*
7528    KA   1    LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM     A221   9364    CC      2      DALPIAZ, P            MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM            F109*
7530    LA   1    LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM     A221   7568    DA      2      LIEBLER, N            MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             A221
8502    WB   1    LEE, M            MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221   9340    DC      2      DALPIAZ, P            MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM            F109*
9344    WD   1    BARR, K           MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    F109*   8508    DII     2      LIEBLER, N             ARR           ARR
9850    WK   1    LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM     A221   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
9852    WK   1    LEE, M             Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM     A221   occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                     have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
9854    WK   1    LEE, M             Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM    A221
8503    XB   1    SANDMEIER,   S    TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221   7570    DA      2      SANDMEIER, D          MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             A221
                                                                     7572    HA      2      SMITH, A              MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             A221
MTH 082          Measures/Decimals/Percentages                       7574    JA      2      SANDMEIER, S          MTWTh          1:50PM- 2:50PM              A221
                                                                     7576    KA      2      LIEBLER, N            MTWTh          3:00PM- 4:00PM              A221
Decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, measurements and            7578    LA      2      LIEBLER, N            MTWTh          4:10PM- 5:10PM              A221
graphs. Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)        8509    WB      2      LEE, M                 MW            5:20PM- 8:40PM              A221
where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted. Prereq-    9350    WD      2      DALPIAZ, P             MW            5:20PM- 8:40PM             F109*
uisite: MTH 81.                                                      9860    WK      2      LEE, M                  Sa           8:30AM-12:30PM              A221
7532    AA   2    SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM     A221   8510    XB      2      SANDMEIER, S           TTh           5:20PM- 8:40PM              A221
9318    AC   2    DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    F109*
7534    BA   2    SMITH, A         MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM     A221   MTH 091                Basic Algebra
9320    BC   2    DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    F109*   Review of arithmetic skills and introduction of algebraic skills to
9322    CC   2    DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   F109*   prepare students for intermediate algebra. Includes real numbers,
7536    DA   2    LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM    A221   operation of real numbers, applications of the fundamental theo-
9324    DC   2    DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   F109*
7538    FA   2    SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM    A221
                                                                     rem of arithmetic, introduction to linear equations, solutions and
7540    HA   2    SMITH, A         MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM    A221   applications of linear equations, factoring and intro to quadratic
7542    JA   2    SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM     A221   equations. Prerequisite: MTH 84 or ASSET test placement.
7544    LA   2    LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM     A221   5002    AA      5      STAFF                 MTWTh          6:50AM- 7:50AM    S143
7546    NA   2    LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM     A221   5004    BA      5      JINDAL, M             MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM    D104
8504    WB   2    LEE, M            MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221   5006    CA      5      SCHLOSSER, M          MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM   S144
9346    WD   2    BARR, K           MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    F109*   5008    DA      5      STAFF                 MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM W180B
9856    WK   2    LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM     A221   5010    EA      5      STAFF                 MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM   D105
8505    XB   2    SANDMEIER,   S    TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221   5012    FA      5      STAFF                 MTWTh          1:50PM- 2:50PM    S143
                                                                     5014    GA      5      STAFF                 MTWTh          3:00PM- 4:00PM    S143
                                                                     8511    WB      5      STAFF                  MW            5:00PM- 7:10PM    D104
                                                                     9504    WD      5      STAFF                  MW            7:30PM- 9:40PM   E102*




37 - Credit Classes                                                                      *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                      Mathematics – Mathematics

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                  COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME             LOCATION   LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY           TIME                   LOCATION
MTH 095              Intermediate Algebra                                              MTH 113               Geometry/Trigonometry [M/S]
This course is a prerequisite for a multitude of mathematics and                       Areas and volumes of basic geometric figures, approximations,
computer science classes. The course is a rapid coverage of 2nd                        ratio and proportions, literal equations, scientific notation, vec-
year high school level algebra. Topics include factoring, quadratic                    tors, logarithms, complex numbers, trigonometric functions and
equations, fractions and fractional equations, exponents and                           graphs of trigonometric functions. Recommended for students
radicals, lines, linear systems, inequalities, functions and graphs.                   intending to take PHY 105. Prerequisite: grade of 2.0 or better in
A grade of 2.0 or better in this course satisfies the Intermediate                     MTH 95 or ASSET test placement.
Algebra Proficiency requirement for the Associate in Arts degree.                      5044 AA         5      BRANDS, M               MTWTh           1:50PM- 2:50PM              D114
Prerequisite: a grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 91 or ASSET place-                       8513 WB         5      STAFF                    TTh            5:00PM- 7:10PM              S143
ment.                                                                                  MTH 121               Structure of Elementary Math [M/S] [Q/SR]
5016    AA     5     STAFF                 MTWTh           6:50AM- 7:50AM   D104
5018    BA     5     STAFF                 MTWTh           6:50AM- 7:50AM   D113
                                                                                       An elementary introduction to set theory, numeration systems,
5020    CA     5     STAFF                 MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM   D104       properties of the real number system and its sub-systems, prob-
5022    DA     5     MICKELSON, J          MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM   S143       lem solving techniques, logic and applications of mathematics.
5024    EA     5     MEIER, P              MTWTh           10:20AM-11:20AM  S134       Primarily for elementary education majors. This course satisfies the
5026    FA     5     STAFF                 MTWTh           12:40PM- 1:40PM  D113       quantitative skills requirement for the A.A. degree provided that
5028    GA     5     STAFF                 MTWTh           1:50PM- 2:50PM   S145
5030    HA     5     STAFF                 MTWTh           3:00PM- 4:00PM   D104       MTH 212 is also successfully completed. Prerequisite: grade of 2.0
5032    IA     5     STAFF                 MTWTh           12:40PM- 1:40PM W180B       or better in MTH 95 or ASSET test placement.
5034    TR1    5     STAFF                 MTWTh           8:45AM- 9:45AM   WSU        8514 WB         5      STAFF                     MW            7:30PM- 9:40PM              S143
Class meets at the WSU Tri-Cities campus. Room West 239.
8512 WB        5     STAFF                   MW            5:00PM- 7:10PM      D105    MTH 122               Informal Geometry for Elementary Teachers
9506 WD        5     STAFF                   MW            7:30PM- 9:40PM     F105*                          [M/S][Q/SR]
9862 WK        5     STAFF                    F            5:00PM- 7:30PM      D104
                     STAFF                    Sa           9:00AM-11:30AM      D104
                                                                                       An informal approach to the basic ideas of geometry, including
8541 DII       5     BRANDS, M               ARR           ARR                         construction, congruence and similarity, transformations, symme-
                                                                                       try, measurement, and coordinate geometry. This course satisfies
MTH 097              Algebra Review 2                                                  the quantitative skills requirement for the A.A. degree, provided
The second quarter of a three course sequence covering begin-                          that MTH 121 has also been successfully completed. Prerequisite:
ning and intermediate algebra. Topics include: factoring polyno-                       grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 121.
mials, arithmetic with rational expressions, graphing lines, solving                   5046 AA         5      GAMON, M                MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM              S143
equations, simplification of expressions with radicals/exponents,                      8215 WB         5      STAFF                    MW            5:00PM- 7:10PM               S143
and applications of the above. Prerequisite: grade of 2.0 or bet-
                                                                                       MTH 130               Math Appreciation [M/S] [Q/SR]
ter in MTH 96 or grade of 1.5 or better in MTH 91 or instructor’s
permission.                                                                            This class is designed for the student who has successfully com-
5036 AA        5     OLSON, G              MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM     D114
                                                                                       pleted intermediate algebra. The course will attempt to make
5037 BA        5     STAFF                 MTWTh           1:50AM- 2:50PM       TBD    mathematics enjoyable, practical, understandable and informa-
                                                                                       tive using a variety of real-life applications. Topics include linear,
MTH 098              Algebra Review 3                                                  quadratic, exponential and logarithmic models; geometry, tessel-
The final quarter of a three course sequence covering beginning                        lations, fractals, logic, interest, annuities, loans, probability and
and intermediate algebra. Topics include: lines, inequalities, sys-                    statistics. The class will satisfy the quantitative skills requirement for
tems of equations, parabolas, functions, and applications of the                       the A.A. degree. Prerequisite: grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 95 or
above. Completion of this three course sequence, with grades of                        ASSET test placement.
2.0 or better is equivalent to MTH 91 and 95, qualifying the stu-                      5048 AA         5      STAFF                   MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM               D114
dent to enroll in any class with a prerequisite of MTH 95. A grade                     8516 DII        5      BOURAMA, T               ARR           ARR
                                                                                       Students will be required to make occasional visits to the campus for testing. Students who
of 2.0 or better in this course satisfies the Intermediate Algebra                     have not previously taken an online class at CBC must also attend a WebCT orientation (WebCT
Proficiency requirement for the Associate in Arts degree. Prerequi-                    orientation dates are listed in the quarterly schedule). $30.00 fee. Required orientation meeting
                                                                                       on 1/5/04 @ 5:00 PM in room T165. Contact Toure Bourama at tourebourama@columbiabasin
site: grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 97.                                                .edu for further information. This course is conducted primarily through the internet.
5038 AA        5     SCHWENK, S            MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM W180C       8522 WD         5      STAFF                     TTh           7:30PM- 9:40PM              D104

MTH 100              Algebraic Tools for Vocational Application                        MTH 143               Basic Statistics [M/S] [Q/SR]
This course is designed to introduce the vocational student to                         A course especially suited for the non-physical science major such
the algebraic tools needed to solve problems applicable to their                       as business, behavioral sciences, computer science, etc. A study of
trade. The course contains formulas for the area and volumes of                        both descriptive and inferential statistics, it includes measures of
common surfaces and solids, powers and roots, equation solving,                        central tendency, probability, sampling methods, hypothesis test-
methods of approximation, and some statistics. This course does                        ing, linear regression and correlation. Prerequisite: grade of 2.0 or
not satisfy the prerequisite requirements for courses requiring MTH                    better in MTH 95 or ASSET test placement.
91 or MTH 95. Prerequiste: MTH 84 or ASSET test placement.                             5050 AAW 5             MEIER, P                MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM W180C
5040 AA        2     GUILBAULT, F             TTh          7:00AM- 8:00AM      D114    5052 BA  5             BRANDS, M               MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM N102
                                                                                       8517 DII 5             BOURAMA, T               ARR           ARR
MTH 106              Business Mathematics                                              Students will be required to make occasional visits to the campus for testing. Students who
                                                                                       have not previously taken an online class at CBC must also attend a WebCT orientation (WebCT
Mathematical concepts used in business such as interest, buying,                       orientation dates are listed in the quarterly schedule). $30.00 fee. Required orientation meeting
selling, and depreciation. Required by some majors for A.A.S.                          on 1/5/04 @ 6:00 PM in room T165. Contact Toure Bourama at tourebourama@columbiabasin
                                                                                       .edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the internet.
degree; does not satisfy math requirement for A.A. degree. This                        9510 WD         5      STAFF                     MW            7:30PM- 9:40PM            E201*
course does not satisfy the prerequisite requirements for courses
requiring MTH 91 or MTH 95. Prerequisite: MTH 84 or ASSET test                         MTH 147               Finite Math [M/S] [Q/RS]
placement.                                                                             Fundamental concepts of mathematics emphasizing appreciation
5042 AA        5     MACDUFF, D            MTWTh           1:50PM- 2:50PM      S134    and respect for precise definitions and logical reasoning. A course
                                                                                       specially suited for students in the behavioral, managerial and so-
                                                                                       cial sciences. Topics include matrices, systems of linear equations
                                                                                       and inequalities, finance, probability and counting techniques,
                                                                                       game theory, decision analysis and Markov chains. Prerequisite:
                                                                                       grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 95 or ASSET test placement.
                                                                                       8518 WB         5      STAFF                     TTh           5:00PM- 7:10PM              D105


                   *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                               Credit Classes - 38
              Mathematics – Music

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                               COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY           TIME                   LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
MTH 154               Precalculus I [M/S]                                                           MTH 233               Calculus with Analytic Geometry III [M/S]
Precalculus I together with Precalculus II is designed to prepare                                                         [Q/SR]
the student for entry into the calculus sequence: MTH 231, MTH                                      A continuation of MTH 232. Topics include: infinite sequences
232, MTH 233 and MTH 234. The topics include absolute value,                                        and series, conics, parametric equations, polar coordinates, arc
complex numbers, linear and quadratic equations, rational, poly-                                    length, vectors in two and three dimensions, surfaces, cylindrical
nomial, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions,                                   coordinates, and spherical coordinates. Prerequisite: grade of 2.0
theory of equations, and sequences and series. Prerequisite:                                        or better in MTH 232 or equivalent.
grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 95 or ASSET test placement. “Stu-                                     5082 AA         5     BRANDS, M              MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             N101
dents completing MTH 154 may not receive graduation credit for
MTH 157.”                                                                                           MTH 234               Multi-variable Calculus [M/S] [Q/SR]
5054    AA      5      STAFF                   MTWTh          6:50AM- 7:50AM   S145                 An introduction to the calculus applied to functions of two or
9500    AC      5      MACDUFF, D              MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM R101*                 three variables. Topics include three-dimensional space curves,
5056    BA      5      SCHWENK, S              MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM W180A                  vector-valued functions, curvature, motion of a particle in space,
5058    CA      5      BOURAMA, T              MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM   D113                 partial derivatives, differentials, directional derivatives, multiple
5060    DA      5      OLSON, G                MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM N101
8519    DII     5      MEIER, P                 ARR           ARR
                                                                                                    integration, vector fields, line integrals, Green’s Theorem, surface
Students will be required to make occasional visits to the campus for testing. Students who         integrals, the Divergence Theorem and Stoke’s Theorem. Prereq-
have not previously taken an online class at CBC must also attend a WebCT orientation (WebCT
orientation dates are listed in the quarterly schedule). $30.00 fee. Required orientation meeting   uisite: grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 233 or equivalent.
on 1/5/04 @ 8:00 PM in room T165. Contact Paul Meier at paulmeier@columbiabasin.edu for             8529 WK         5     STAFF                      F           5:00PM- 7:20PM             D105
further information. This course is conducted primarily through the internet.                                             STAFF                      Sa          8:00AM-11:00AM             D105
5062    EA      5      GAMON, M                MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             S143
5064    FA      5      OLSON, G                MTWTh          1:50PM- 2:50PM              N101      MTH 243               Linear Algebra [MS/] [Q/SR]
8520    WB      5      STAFF                    TTh           7:30PM- 9:40PM              S143      Designed for the physical science majors in fields such as math-
9512    WD      5      STAFF                    MW            5:00PM- 7:10PM             F013*
                                                                                                    ematics, engineering and physics. Topics include vectors, matrices
MTH 155               Precalculus II [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                   and determinants, lines and planes in 3-space, linear systems, vec-
Precalculus II is the second quarter of the precalculus sequence.                                   tor spaces, linear transformations, eigenvalues and eigenvectors.
Precalculus II is predominantly trigonometry. The topics include                                    Prerequisite: grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 231.
trigonometric functions and their inverses, solving triangles, circu-                               5084 AA         5     GAMON, M               MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             S143
                                                                                                    8521 WB         5     STAFF                   TTh           5:00PM- 7:10PM              D114
lar functions, identities, conditional equations, complex numbers
in polar form, parametric and polar equations, systems of equa-
tions, matrices and determinants, and vectors. Prerequisite: grade
                                                                                                      MIGRANT EDUCATION EVEN START
of 2.0 or better in MTH 154. “Students completing MTH 155 may                                                    (MEES)
not receive graduation credit for MTH 157.”
                                                                                                    This program addresses migrant families’ specific literacy needs,
5066    AA      5      MICKELSON, J            MTWTh          6:50AM- 7:50AM              D105
5068    BA      5      BOURAMA, T              MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM              D105      school readiness and promotes parental involvement in their chil-
5070    CA      5      JINDAL, M               MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             S144      dren’s learning. For more information call 547-0511 ext. 3107.
5072    DA      5      STAFF                   MTWTh          1:50PM- 2:50PM              D105
9514    WD      5      STAFF                    MW            5:00PM- 7:10PM             F105*
                                                                                                                                           MUSIC
MTH 210               Basic Calculus [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                   MUS 102               Music Theory
Designed for non-physical science majors such as business, man-                                     Courses must be taken in sequence. The melodic, rhythmic, and
agement, behavioral science and social science. Topics include:                                     harmonic elements of music through ear-training, sight singing,
relations, functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, de-                                    writing, analysis, and keyboard work. Students with no piano
rivatives and their aplications, integrals and their applications, and                              background should take MUS 135 concurrently. Prerequisite:
functions of several variables. Prerequisite: grade of 2.0 or better                                MUS 101.
in MTH 104 or ASSET test placement.                                                                 0402 AA         5     HUBBS, R               MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              P103
5074 AA         5      MICKELSON, J            MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM             N103      0404 BA         5     HUBBS, R               MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             P103
MTH 231               Calculus with Analytic Geometry I [M/S]                                       MUS 115               Music Appreciation [H]
                      [Q/SR]                                                                        The study of musical literature from early times to the present. Em-
The first course in the sequence for students whose major field of                                  phasis on listening and enjoyment through the use of recordings,
study requires a full year of calculus. Topics include limits of alge-                              attendance at concerts, and films.
braic and trigonometric expressions, the derivatives of algebraic                                   0406 AA         5     BURROUGHS, R           MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              P203
and trigonometric functions, applications of the derivative, and                                    0408 BA         5     BURROUGHS, R           MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             P203
an introduction to antiderivatives and the definite integral. Prereq-                               8040 DII        5     PAUL, D                 ARR           ARR
                                                                                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
uisites: grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 154 and MTH 155 or MTH                                       occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                    have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
157 or ASSET test placement.                                                                        learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
5076 AA         5      JINDAL, M               MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              S143      contact Don Paul by the second day of class, either via email at dpaul@columbiabasin.edu.
                                                                                                    Four on-campus tests are required.
5078 BA         5      BOURAMA, T              MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             N101

MTH 232               Calculus with Analytic Geometry II [M/S]                                      MUS 116               History of Jazz [H]
                      [Q/SR]                                                                        The evolution of jazz and the development of black music in white
A continuation of MTH 231. Topics include: applications of the                                      America. This is an intercultural humanities course. Emphasis on
definite integral; differentiation; logarithmic, exponential and                                    listening and enjoyment through the use of recordings, atten-
inverse trigonometric functions; hyperbolic functions and their in-                                 dance at concerts, and films.
verses, techniques of integration; indeterminate forms; improper                                    0410 AA         5     CAZIER, D              MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM              P203
                                                                                                    8042 DII        5     CLARK, D                ARR           ARR
integrals; and Taylor polynomials. Prerequisite: grade of 2.0 or                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
better in MTH 231 or equivalent.                                                                    occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                    have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
5080 AA         5      SCHWENK, S              MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM W180C
                                                                                                    8044 WB         5     CAZIER, D                MW            5:00PM- 7:10PM             P203
9516 WD         5      STAFF                    TTh            5:00PM- 7:10PM  F105*




39 - Credit Classes                                                                                                     *Class meets at the Richland campus.
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          Music – Music

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                   COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR    DAY     TIME              LOCATION   LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR      DAY     TIME             LOCATION
MUS 118            Band                                                 MUS 161            Beginning Folk Guitar
Instruction and performance of standard and contemporary wind           Group guitar instruction in the fundamentals of folk guitar play-
literature. In all performing groups a maximum of six elective cred-    ing for the beginner, including basic strums, chords, and note
its may be applied to an A.A. degree.                                   reading.
8046 WB     1- 2   HUBBS, R          T      7:30PM- 9:30PM      P103    8047 WB      2     JONES, B          MW      7:30PM- 9:20PM      P203

MUS 122            Applied Music                                        MUS 172            Ear Training Fundamentals
Private lessons on wind, percussion and keyboard instruments.           This class will focus on developing the skills to correctly identify
Instruction may be by CBC faculty or by instructors approved by         triads in 1st and 2nd inversion, basic chord progressions, and ca-
the CBC music department. There may be additional fees charged          dences. This class should be taken concurrently with MUS 102.
by the instructor. These courses are intended for students who are      0430 AA      1     BURROUGHS, R       F      9:10AM-10:10AM      P103
pursuing a degree in music.
                                                                        MUS 181            Chorus
0412 AA      1     HUBBS, R         ARR    ARR
                                                                        Instruction and performance of standard choral literature from a
MUS 123            Applied Music                                        variety of historical periods and cultures. Performances required
Private vocal lessons. Instruction may be by CBC faculty or by          on and off campus. Open to all students. A maximum of 6 credits
instructors approved by the CBC music department. There may             from this course can be applied to an A.A. degree.
be additional fees charged by the instructor. These courses are         0432 AA     1- 3   CAZIER, D         TTh     11:30AM-12:30PM     P203
intended for students who are pursuing a degree in music.
                                                                        MUS 199            Special Studies
0414 AA      1     CAZIER, D        ARR    ARR
                                                                        An experimental class to be used to explore new approaches and
MUS 124            Applied Music                                        applications to music.
Private lessons on string. Instruction may be by CBC faculty or by      0434 AA     1-15 CAZIER, D           ARR     ARR
instructors approved by the CBC music department. There may
                                                                        MUS 205            Music Theory
be additional fees charged by the instructor. These courses are
                                                                        Melody harmonization, harmonic dictation, chromatic harmony,
intended for students who are pursuing a degree in music.
0416 AA      1     BURROUGHS, R     ARR    ARR
                                                                        advanced modulation, 20th century techniques, and oral compo-
                                                                        sition. Prerequisite: MUS 204.
MUS 125            Orchestra                                            0436 AA      5     BURROUGHS, R   MTWTh      8:00AM- 9:00AM      P102
Introduction in and performance of standard orchestral literature.
                                                                        MUS 240            Jazz Theory & Improvisation
In all performing groups a maximum of six elective credits can
                                                                        A combination of jazz theory and improvisation techniques for
be applied to an A.A. degree. Prerequisite: orchestra instrument
                                                                        the small group setting. The emphasis will be on individual solv-
background and instructor’s permission.
8048 WB      1     BURROUGHS, R     M       7:30PM- 9:30PM      P103
                                                                        ing skills. Performance required at various CBC concerts and jazz
                                                                        festivals.
MUS 135            Piano Class                                          0437 AA      1     LYDEEN, T          F      11:30AM-12:30PM     P103
Group piano instruction for music majors and minors who cannot                             DEGARMO, S         F      11:30AM-12:30PM     P103
meet entrance requirements in piano and for all students inter-         MUS 242            Advanced Vocal Jazz
ested in beginning piano. $10 lab fee.                                  Emphasis on traditional and contemporary vocal jazz concepts in
0418 AA      2     HULL, H         MWTh    9:10AM-10:10AM       P102
0420 BA      2     HULL, H         MWTh    10:20AM-11:20AM      P102
                                                                        an advanced ensemble situation. Extensive audition required each
                                                                        spring for the following academic year. Performances required on
MUS 137            Jazz Band                                            and off campus. A maximum of six credits from this course can be
Study, rehearse, and perform jazz, commercial, and big band             applied to an A.A. degree. Prerequisite: instructor’s permission.
literature. Performances required on and off campus. A maximum          9348 AA     1- 3   CAZIER, D         DAILY   1:50PM- 2:50PM      P203
of six elective credits from this course can be applied to an A.A.
                                                                        MUS 275            Advanced Ear Training
degree. Prerequisites: audition and/or instructor’s permission.
0422 AA     1- 3   HUBBS, R        DAILY   12:40PM- 1:40PM      P103
                                                                        This class will focus on developing the skills to correctly notate
                                                                        chord progressions using inversions, 2-part melodic dictation and
MUS 140            Vocal Jazz                                           identification of chromatically altered chords. This class should be
Emphasis on swing and vocal jazz concepts within a perfor-              taken concurrently with MUS 205.
mance ensemble. Performance required on and off campus. In              9338 AA      1     BURROUGHS, R       F      8:00AM- 8:50AM      P103
all performing groups a maximum of six elective credits from this
                                                                        MUS 281            Advanced Chorus
course can be applied to an A.A. degree. Prerequisite: instructor’s
                                                                        Instruction and performance of advanced choral literature from a
permission.
0424 AA     1- 3   CAZIER, D       DAILY    1:50PM- 2:50PM      P203
                                                                        variety of historical periods and cultures. Performances required
                                                                        on and off campus. A maximum of six credits from this course
MUS 142            Voice Ensemble                                       can be applied to an A.A. degree. Prerequisite: Instructor’s permis-
Emphasis on vocal ensemble literature. May include different            sion.
types of ensembles/styles according to available voicing. Prerequi-     0442 AA     1- 3   CAZIER, D         DAILY   11:30AM-12:30PM     P203
site: instructor’s permission.
8049 AA     1- 3   CAZIER, D        ARR    ARR

MUS 147            Instrument Ensemble
The following ensembles will be organized if enrollment warrants:
brass ensemble, woodwind ensemble, string ensemble, and
mixed instrumental ensemble. A maximum of six elective credit
from this course can be applied to an A.A. degree. Prerequisite:
instructor’s permission.
0428 AA      1     HUBBS, R         ARR    ARR                  P103




41 - Credit Classes                                                                      *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                                   Nursing – Paralegal

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

                                   NURSING                                                                           PARAEDUCATION
NRS      121            Nursing II                                                               ED      104        Child Guidance & Communication
A continuation of the skills and concepts introduced in NRS 111,                                                    Techniques
111.1. Introduction of physical and mental illness throughout the                                Students will learn methods of communication and behavior
life span. The nursing process is used as a framework to develop                                 management that are effective with children. Current models and
knowledge and skills needed to care for clients. Clinical experi-                                theories will be explored.
ence in acute care and gerontology are a part of the course.                                     9701 WD       3    CAMPBELL, K      M        5:00PM- 7:20PM     Q108*
Prerequisites: PHAR 101, NRS 111/111.1 with a 2.0 or above; BIO
221/221.1; PSY 101 with a grade of 2.0 or above (or concurrent                                   ED      125        Instructional Media
enrollment).                                                                                     An introduction to instructional media equipment frequently used
4040 AA        1- 5     TUCKER, K            MTWTh           1:50PM- 2:50PM             WSU      in a school setting using a hands-on approach. Emphasis is given
4042 BA        1- 5     BURNS, L             MTWTh           1:50PM- 2:50PM             WSU      to basic computer operation and computer software review.
4044 CA        1- 5     HORNVEDT,T           MTWTh           1:50PM- 2:50PM             WSU      8742 WB       3    WHITNEY, D       W        5:15PM- 7:35PM      V120
Class meets at the WSU Tri-Cities campus.
                                                                                                 ED      153.2      Paraeducation Supervised Practicum
NRS      121.1          Nursing II Lab                                                           Designed to be taken just before completion of the paraeducation
This course is offered to complement the NRS 121 theory course.                                  certificate, this class combines the paraeducation course content
NRS 121.1 must be taken concurrently with NRS 121. $10 lab fee                                   with practical application. Emphasis is on improving personal
required.                                                                                        teaching skills while gaining on-the-job experience working with
4046    AA     1-   5   TUCKER, K               TW           6:50AM-11:50AM             WSU      professionals in the field. Note: a Washington State Criminal His-
4048    BA     1-   5   TUCKER, K               ThF          6:50AM-11:50AM             WSU
4050    CA     1-   5   SACHS, V                TW           6:50AM-11:50AM             WSU
                                                                                                 tory is required before placement in the practicum setting.
4052    DA     1-   5   BURNS, L                ThF          6:50AM-11:50AM             WSU      9743 WD       4    COX, J           Th       5:00PM- 7:20PM     Q108*
4054    EA     1-   5   HORNTVEDT, T            TW           6:50AM-11:50AM             WSU
4056    FA     1-   5   BURNS, L                ThF          6:50AM-11:50AM             WSU                                  PARALEGAL
4058    GA     1-   5   BURNS, L                TW           6:50AM-11:50AM             WSU
Class meets at the WSU Tri-Cities campus.                                                        PL      107        Interviewing and Investigation
                                                                                                 Methods of successfully interviewing clients in a legal setting to
                        NURSING ASSISTANT                                                        put them at ease and obtain the necessary information needed
                                                                                                 by the attorney.
NA       100            Nursing Assistant                                                        8160 WB       3    FEENEY, K        T        5:00PM- 7:20PM      B107
A class leading to certification as a nursing assistant in the State
of Washington. Prerequisite: students must have a negative tu-                                   PL      132        Intermediate Torts
berculine test and serology on file prior to the begining of clinical                            Student will develop an understanding of the principles of case
experience.                                                                                      and tort analysis. Prerequisite: PL 131.
4060 AA         5       ERICKSON, M           TWThF          2:00PM- 5:00PM             WSU      8162 WB       3    HOFFMANN, R      Th       5:00PM- 7:20PM      B107
Class meets at the WSU Tri-Cities campus.
                                                                                                 PL      145        Family Law
         NUTRITION & FOOD SCIENCE                                                                The various laws and regulations of community and separate
                                                                                                 property along with the study of procedures as they relate to
NFS      111            Nutrition & Food Science [M/S]                                           the family: substantive practice including dissolution procedures,
Principles of nutrition as they apply to macro-nutrients. Economic,                              decrees of invalidity, separate maintenance, property settlement
cultural and psychological influences are considered. The need                                   agreements, adoptions, and surrogacy.
for vitamins, minerals, and special nutritional requirements at dif-                             8164 WB       5    PETERSEN, D     MW        7:30PM- 9:50PM      B106
ferent stages of the life cycle, and special topics of current concern
are included.                                                                                    PL      147        Computers in a Law Environment
4066 AA         5       BURLINGAME           MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             N102     This course will assist the student to use specific computer soft-
4068 BA         5       BURLINGAME           MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             N102     ware and use computer capability to complete legal documents,
8606 DII        5       BARTON, D             ARR           ARR                                  conduct research, and coordinate paralegal activities.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who       8166 WK       1    FEENEY, K        Sa       9:00AM-12:00PM      W150
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
8608 WD         5       PEDERSON, A             TTh          7:30PM- 9:50PM            E102*     PL      147.1      Computers in a Law Environment Lab
MANDATORY ORIENTATION: 1/5/04 @ 5:00 PM in room W-150.                                           9868 WK       1    FEENEY, K       ARR      ARR

                                                                                                 PL      151        Legal Research & Writing
                                                                                                 This is the second course in a series of three courses designed to ex-
                                                                                                 amine the fundamentals of legal research and writing. The student
                                                                                                 will continue to become familiar with the law library and sources of
                                                                                                 legal information. Application of these sources in the form of practi-
                                                                                                 cal exercises, research and writing assignments, and examinations
                                                                                                 will be used to assist the student in developing and learning the
                                                                                                 skills of legal research and writing. Prerequisite: PL 150.
                                                                                                 8168 WB       5    WHITLOW, R      MW        5:00PM- 7:20PM      B107

                                                                                                 PL      197.2      Internship
                                                                                                 Supervised learning in a law office or other legal facility. Jobs are
                                                                                                 planned to give students on-the-job training as legal assistants
                                                                                                 enabling them to see the practical use of course work they have
                                                                                                 completed. Prerequisite: at least 45 credits of paralegal courses.
                                                                                                 Instructor’s permission required.
                                                                                                 8170 WB     1- 3   MEADOWS, D      ARR      ARR




                    *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                      Credit Classes - 42
          Paramedic – Physical Education Professional

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                   COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR      DAY    TIME             LOCATION   LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                DAY           TIME             LOCATION
PL      199        Special Studies                                      PED      088           Parent-Toddler
This course is designed to familiarize the student with rules of        Parents and child(ren) ages 24 to 36 months attend class together
criminal procedure in Washington State. This class will begin with      once a week. A quality early childhood program taught by an early
constitutional concepts (state and federal) including double jeop-      childhood specialist is offered to the children. Parents assist in the class-
ardy, right against self-incrimination, right to counsel, etc., how     room with developmentally appropriate activities. During group dis-
criminal cases are initiated, arrest, search and seizure, exceptions    cussion lead by a parent education instructor, parents develop realistic
to the warrant requirement, confession procedure, preliminary           age-level expectations, clarify personal child rearing values, explore
appearances, pre-trial, trial, verdicts, and post-conviction proce-     child guidance techniques, and discuss contemporary family issues.
dures. Instuctor’s permission required.                                 Call the Parent Education Department at ext. 2640 to register.
8172 WB     1- 5   RAMMING, B         W     7:30PM- 9:50PM      B107    9228 AC        1- 2    LEIREN, P                Th           9:15AM-11:15AM     Q110*
                                                                                               COLBURN, E               Th           9:15AM-11:15AM     Q110*
PL      213        Insurance Law                                        9230 BC        1- 2    NEMZEK, S                 F           9:15AM-11:15AM     Q110*
General legal principles relating to motor vehicles, home owners,                              PRUSSING, L               F           9:15AM-11:15AM     Q110*
commercial property, and multiples line insurance agreements.           PED      089           Co-op Preschool
Emphasis will be on understanding insurance agreements, in              Parents and child(ren) ages 3 to 5 years attend class together one
particular relating to the definition of insurable events, and un-      day and the child attends an additional one or two days per week.
derstanding of endorsements, duties of the insured exclusions,          A quality preschool program taught by an early childhood specialist
and policy limits. Laws relating to the regulation of the insurance     is offered to the children. Parents assist in the classroom with de-
industry in Washington State will also be examined.                     velopmentally appropriate activities. Through observation, partici-
8174 WB       3    BEELER, G          T     7:30PM- 9:50PM      B107
                                                                        pation and discussion with a parent education instructor, parents
PL      216        Corporate Law                                        have an opportunity to better understand their own child and their
Study of law, procedures and documents involved in the orga-            individual needs as well as explore a variety of parenting issues. Call
nization, operation and dissolutions of business entities with em-      the Parent Eduation Department at ext. 2640 to register.
phasis on corporations.                                                 7300 AA        1- 3    POWELL, K               MWF           9:00AM-11:30PM
8176 WB       3    MCMILLEN, R        Th    7:30PM- 9:50PM      B107                           EDWARDS, M              MWF           9:00AM-11:30PM
                                                                        Class meets at the Wright Avenue Fire Station, Richland.
                                                                        7302 BA        1- 3    POWELL, K                TTh          9:00AM-11:30PM
                         PARAMEDIC                                                             EDWARDS, M               TTh          9:00AM-11:30PM
                                                                        Class meets at the Wright Avenue Fire Station, Richland.
PMD 205            Paramedic V                                          7304 CA        1- 3    STAFF                   MWF           9:00AM-11:30AM
Continuation of PMD 204 with emphasis on trauma and trauma                                     STAFF                   MWF           9:00AM-11:30AM
management. Prerequisite: PMD 204 with a grade of 2.0 or                Class meets at First United Methodist Church in Kennewick.
above. All students must have malpractice insurance.
9454 WD       6    NILSON, E         MW     4:00PM- 6:00PM     E108*                                  PHILOSOPHY
PMD 205.3          Paramedic V Lab                                      PHI      101           Philosophy Introduction [H]
9456 WD       2    NILSON, E         MW     6:00PM- 9:00PM     E108*    A study of the fundamental questions concerning humans and
                                                                        the universe that recur in the history of their thoughts: religion,
                   PARENT EDUCATION                                     knowledge, relativity, and morality.
                                                                        2022 AA         5      PIERACCI, M           MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM     D113
PED     085        Parent Infant
                                                                        9022 WD         5      PIERACCI, M            MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM     F107*
Parents and infants 0-12 months attend class together once each
week in a specially designed infant/toddler environment. Class          PHI      120           Logic [H]
time is spent in active parent-child interactions and in group          A study of the principles of formal and informal thinking: induc-
discussions lead by parent education instructors. The class helps       tion, deduction, and language.
parents develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify child rear-   2024 AA         5      WAKEMAN, C            MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM      N104
ing values, explore methods of child guidance, strengthen family
communication, explore contemporary family issues and relax                                          PHLEBOTOMY
and enjoy their role as parents. Call the Parent Education Depart-
                                                                        PHLEB                  100.1            Phlebotomy Lab
ment at ext. 2640 to register.
                                                                        Clinical portion of the Phlebotomy Program. At least 120 hours of
7306 AA     1- 2   ROWLEY, M          W     9:30AM-11:30AM      A020
                   SCHWARTZ, A        W     9:30AM-11:30AM      A020    supervised experience in clinical laboratory to accomplish objec-
                                                                        tives of the course. Prerequisite: completion of PHLEB 100 with a
PED     086        Parent Young Toddler                                 grade of 2.0 or above. $10 lab fee.
Parents and child(ren) ages 12 to 24 months attend class together       9458 AC         5      COPE, G                 TThF          3:00PM- 5:00PM     E201*
once a week. A quality early childhood program, taught by an
early childhood specialist is offered to the children. Parents assist                       PHYSICAL EDUCATION
in the classroom with developmentally appropriate activities. Dur-
ing group discussion lead by a parent education instructor, par-                               PROFESSIONAL
ents develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify personal child   PEC      180           Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
rearing values, explore child guidance techniques and discuss           This course includes information on preventative procedures such
contemporary family issues. Call the Parent Education Department        as taping and bracing. Care of initial injury including American
at ext. 2640 to register.                                               Red Cross certification for Adult CPR and first aid. Rehabilitation
9222 AC     1- 2   STAFF              M     9:15AM-11:15AM     Q110*    and return to activity protocol. This is good information for coach-
9224 BC     1- 2   HOLLADAY, M        T     9:15AM-11:15AM     Q110*    es, athletes, or active people in general.
                   BULANEY, M         T     9:15AM-11:15AM     Q110*
                                                                        4600 AA         3      STOKER, L               MTW           11:30AM-12:30PM     G101
                                                                        Class ends 03/09/04.

                                                                        PEC      244           Sports Officiating
                                                                        Study of objectives, techniques, skills, and mechanics of officiating
                                                                        a team sport. Works in relationship with intramural program. Fall
                                                                        quarter, emphasis is on activities of flag football and volleyball.
                                                                        0800 AA         3      STAFF                    TTh          6:00PM- 7:30PM      G101

43 - Credit Classes                                                                         *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                         Physical Education – Physical Education

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

                    PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                                           PE       129.1          Fitness Center III
                                                                                                 An advanced, self-paced approach to fitness through the use
PE       112.1        Aerobic Dance I                                                            of specialized exercises, multiple weight machines, and aerobic
Dance steps and routines rigorously executed to increase cardio-                                 equipment. $10 lab fee required.
vascular rate, leading to figure trimming and toning. Records on                                 4628 AA         1- 1    VLADIMIROFF               ARR          ARR                          G106
improvements in pulse rates and pulmonary recovery will be kept.                                 4630 BA         1- 2    VLADIMIROFF               ARR          ARR                          G106
                                                                                                 Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a
4608 AA         1     CARTER, L                MW            9:10AM-10:10AM           G103F      graded class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call 547-0511 ext 2258 to
                                                                                                 schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.
PE       113.1        Aerobic Dance II
Continued study and introduction of advanced techniques of this                                  PE       140.1          Softball I
activity. Dance steps and routines rigorously executed so as to                                  Softball I is designed for the beginning softball player. The course
increase cardiovascular rate, leading to figure trimming and ton-                                offers instruction of basic skills and rules of softball. Skills and
ing. Students will test and record improvements in pulse rates and                               knowledge of rules will be tested. $10 lab fee required.
pulmonary recovery. Prerequisite: PE 112.                                                        4632 AA         1       RICHARDS, K             MTWTh           4:00PM- 5:00PM             G103F
4610 AA         1     CARTER, L                MW            9:10AM-10:10AM           G103F
                                                                                                 PE       141.1          Softball II
PE       114.1        Aerobic Dance III                                                          Designed for the intermediate softball player. Additional work of
Advanced study in this activity. Dance steps and routines rigor-                                 strategy, individual, and team offensive/defensive techniques will
ously executed for improving cardiovascular rate and leading to                                  be taught. Skills and knowledge of rules will be tested. Prerequi-
figure trimming and toning. Students will test and record improve-                               site: PE 140. $10 lab fee required.
ments pulse rates and pulmonary recovery. Prerequisite: PE 113.                                  4634 AA         1       RICHARDS, K             MTWTh           4:00PM- 5:00PM             G103F
4612 AA         1     CARTER, L                MW            9:10AM-10:10AM           G103F
                                                                                                 PE       142.1          Softball III
PE       115.1        Body Mechanics                                                             Designed for the advanced softball player. Additional work of
This course involves special exercise and calisthenics which en-                                 strategy, individual, and team offensive/defensive techniques will
hance total fitness, figure improvement, body toning, weight                                     be taught. Skills and knowledge of rules will be tested. Prerequi-
control, and posture.                                                                            site: PE 1401, 1411.
4614 AA         1     STRINGER, C               TTh         10:20AM-11:20AM G103F                4636 AA         1       RICHARDS, K             MTWTh           4:00PM- 5:00PM             G103F

PE       117.1        Yoga I                                                                     PE       148.1          Jogging I
An introductory course to Hatha Yoga. The course will emphasize                                  Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds
physical exercises, breathing exercises, and meditation practice.                                lifetime skills in aerobic fitness. Emphasis on stretching, safety, mo-
4616 AA         1     LEAHY, E                  TTh          6:50AM- 7:50AM           G103F      tivation, and enjoying jogging. Offered for the beginning jogger
                                                                                                 or walker through the competitive runner.
PE       118.1        Step Aerobic Interval Training
                                                                                                 4638 AA         1- 2    PATRICK, J                ARR          ARR
Using intervals of high intensity exercise followed by recovery                                  Enrolled students must contact the instructor prior to the first day of classes at ext. 2259 or via
periods, this class will combine high and low intensity exercises                                email at jpatrick@cbc2.org.

performed on the floor as well as on the step. Aerobic exercise,
                                                                                                 PE       149.1          Jogging II
power moves, step training, light weight training, and body resis-
                                                                                                 Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds
tance will be used to introduce the student to the benefits of an
                                                                                                 lifetime skills in aerobic fitness. Emphasis on stretching, safety,
interval training program. Greater cardiovascular strengthening
                                                                                                 motivation, and enjoying jogging. Offered for the intermediate
as well as muscular strengthening and endurance will be intro-
                                                                                                 jogger or walker through the competitive runner.
duced and practiced in this class.                                                               4640 AA         1- 2    PATRICK, J                ARR          ARR
4618 AA         1     STRINGER, C               TTh         11:30AM-12:30PM           G103F      Enrolled students must contact the instructor prior to the first day of classes at ext. 2259 or via
                                                                                                 email at jpatrick@cbc2.org.
PE       119.1        Yoga II
An intermediate course to Hatha Yoga. The course will emphasize                                  PE       150.1          Jogging III
physical excercises and breathing exercises.                                                     Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds
4654 AA        1- 1   LEAHY, E                  TTh          6:50AM- 7:50AM           G103F      lifetime skills in aerobic fitness. Emphasis on stretching, safety, mo-
                                                                                                 tivation, and enjoying jogging. Offered for the advanced jogger
PE       127.1        Fitness Center I                                                           or walker through the competitive runner.
A total fitness program that develops individual fitness levels in                               4642 AA         1- 2    PATRICK, J                ARR          ARR
cardiovascular training with benefits of weight training to improve                              Enrolled students must contact the instructor prior to the first day of classes at ext. 2259 or via
                                                                                                 email at jpatrick@cbc2.org.
muscle tone and physical conditioning. $10 lab fee required.
4620 AA        1- 1   VLADIMIROFF              ARR          ARR                         G106
                      PATRICK, J               ARR          ARR                         G106
                                                                                                 PE       163.1          Volleyball I
                      DUNTERMAN, D             ARR          ARR                         G106     Covers basic skills, court positions, and strategies for beginning
                      ROGERS, S                ARR          ARR                         G106     sets along with 4-2 and 5-1 offenses. $10 lab fee required.
                      VLADIMIROFF              ARR          ARR                         G106     4644 AA         1       PATRICK, J               DAILY         11:30AM-12:30PM              G001
                      STOKER, L                ARR          ARR                         G106     Class begins 2/10/03.
                      BEARD, J                 ARR          ARR                         G106
4622 BA        1- 2   VLADIMIROFF              ARR          ARR                         G106     PE       164.1          Volleyball II
Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a
graded class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call 547-0511 ext 2258 to       A continuation of Volleyball I. Intermediate skills, defensive strate-
schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.                                     gies, play sets, and how to play doubles and triples volleyball.
                                                                                                 Prerequisite: PE 163.1. $10 lab fee required.
PE       128.1        Fitness Center II                                                          4646 AA         1       PATRICK, J               DAILY         11:30AM-12:30PM              G001
A continuation of the total fitness program with more involvement                                Class begins 2/10/03.
in strength, flexibility, muscle toning, aerobic exercise, and body
composition. $10 lab fee required.                                                               PE       187.1          Baseball I
4624 AA        1- 1   VLADIMIROFF              ARR          ARR                         G106     Introduces the student to basic skills of baseball. Student will be
Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a
graded class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call 547-0511 ext 2258 to
                                                                                                 given instruction in all phases of game with the main purpose
schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.                                     being to gain an understanding of fundamentals. $10 lab fee
4626 BA        1- 2   VLADIMIROFF              ARR          ARR                         G106     required. Instructor’s permission required.
Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a
graded class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call 547-0511 ext 2258 to       4648 AA         1- 2    ROGERS, S                DAILY         12:40PM- 1:40PM              G001
schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.                                     Class meets daily first four weeks of the quarter. Class ends 2/9/2004.


                    *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                                          Credit Classes - 44
               Physics – Psycology

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                               COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY           TIME                   LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
PE       188.1         Baseball II                                                                                        POLITICAL SCIENCE
Students will expand their knowledge of the skills of baseball
taught at the beginning level. Team strategy will be taught at a                                    PS       100          American Government [S/B]
more advanced level. Prerequisite: PE 187.1. $10 lab fee required.                                  A survey of the system and process of American national politics
Instructor’s permission required.                                                                   and government; including the structure and function of the
4650 AA         1      ROGERS, S                DAILY         12:40PM- 1:40PM              G001     executive, legislative, and judicial branches; and the American
Class meets daily first four weeks of the quarter. Class ends 2/9/2004.                             political party system.
                                                                                                    2030 AA         5      BULLERT, G             MTWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM             L102
PE       189.1         Baseball III                                                                 8206 WD         5      BULLERT, G              MW             5:00PM- 7:10PM            E201*
Advanced level of skills will be taught, and theory of baseball
strategy will be introduced in all phases of the game. Specific drills                              PS       103          International Relations [S/B]
will be used for development of specialized skills. Prerequisite: PE                                Examination of various theoretical approaches to international
188.1. $10 lab fee required. Instructor’s permission required.                                      politics, causes of war, approaches to peace, and sources of con-
4652 AA         1      ROGERS, S                DAILY         12:40PM- 1:40PM              G001     flict in the contemporary world.
Class meets daily first four weeks of the quarter. Class ends 2/9/2004.                             2032 AA         5      BULLERT, G             MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             L101
                                                                                                    2034 BA         5      CHISHOLM, R            MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             L107
PE       201.1         Exercise and Weights
A combination of activities such as weight lifting, weight condi-                                                                 PSYCHOLOGY
tioning, physical fitness, and jogging. Students combine these
and develop personal program under supervision and guidance                                         PSY      101          General Psychology [S/B]
of qualified instructor. $10 lab fee required.                                                      Introduction to the basic principles of human behavior. Some
4656 FT         1      ROGERS, S                DAILY          6:50AM- 7:50AM              G106     areas of study are personality and learning theory, neurobiology,
Class ends 2/9/2004.                                                                                motivation, thinking, memory, mental disorders and therapy.
                                                                                                    2036    AA      5      DELICH, J              MTWTh          6:50AM- 7:50AM              L101
                                     PHYSICS                                                        2038
                                                                                                    2040
                                                                                                            BA
                                                                                                            CA
                                                                                                                    5
                                                                                                                    5
                                                                                                                           TAFF, M
                                                                                                                           BEARD, K
                                                                                                                                                  MTWTh
                                                                                                                                                  MTWTh
                                                                                                                                                                 8:00AM- 9:00AM
                                                                                                                                                                 9:10AM-10:10AM
                                                                                                                                                                                             L101
                                                                                                                                                                                             L109
PHY      100           Concepts of Physics [M/S]                                                    2042    DA      5      MAGELSEN, L            MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             B102
Introduces the principles and concepts of physics using elemen-                                     8212    DI      5      WHITNEY, D              ARR           ARR
                                                                                                    Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead
tary algebraic procedures. Selected topics from classical and mod-                                  students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in
                                                                                                    course subject matter. $30.00 fee. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday 1/7/04, 6:
ern physics. Primarily for the non-science major. Prerequisite: MTH                                 00 p.m., Room L102.
91 or MTH 96.                                                                                       8214 DII        5      MEADOWS, D               ARR          ARR
5086 AA         4      SIDIBE, A                MTW            9:10AM-10:10AM              S151     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
Students who signed up for lecture section AA must take lab section AA.                             occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                    have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednes-
8592 DII        4      SIDIBE, A                 ARR          ARR                                   day, 1/7/04, 6:00 p.m., Room L101.
Students will be required to make occasional visits to the campus for testing. Students who
have not previously taken an online class at CBC must also attend a WebCT orientation (WebCT        2044    EA      5      DELICH, J              MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             L102
orientation dates are listed in the quarterly schedule). $30.00 fee. Required orientation meeting   2046    FA      5      TAFF, M                MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             L101
on 1/5/04 @ 7:00 PM in room T165. Contact Aissata Sidibe at aissatasidibe@columbiabasin.edu         2048    GA      5      BEARD, K               MTWTh          1:50PM- 2:50PM              L101
for further information. This course is conducted primarily through the internet.
                                                                                                    8216    WB      5      MAGELSEN, L              Th           5:00PM- 7:10PM              T180
PHY      100.1         Concepts of Physics Lab [M/S]                                                PSY      201          Social Psychology [S/B]
5088 AA         1      SIDIBE, A                  M           10:20AM-12:30PM              S151
8594 DII        1      SIDIBE, A                 ARR          ARR                          S151
                                                                                                    Interaction between the individual and the group with emphasis
$10 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be re-      on how the group influences the behavior of individuals. Topics
quired to make occasional visits to campus. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                                  include conformity, aggression, communication, attitudes, at-
                                                                                                    tribution processes, group dynamics, and the social construction
PHY      106           General Physics II [M/S]                                                     of reality.
Solids and fluids, thermal physics, laws of thermodynamics, vi-                                     2050 AA         5      MASON, C               MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             B106
brations and waves, sound, electric forces and fields, electrical
                                                                                                    PSY      202          Intro Abnormal Psychology [S/B]
energy, capacitance. Prerequisite: PHY 105/105.1.
                                                                                                    Explores behavior patterns considered abnormal by society. De-
5090 AA         4      SCHLOSSER,M              MTTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM              S151
                                                                                                    scribes maladaptive mental disorders as well as their incidence
PHY      106.1         General Physics II Lab [M/S]                                                 and treatment. Prerequisite: PSY 101.
5092 AA         1      SCHLOSSER, M               Th          11:30AM- 1:40PM              S151     2052 AA         5      BEARD, K               MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             L109
5093 BA         1      SCHLOSSER, M               Th          1:50PM- 4:00PM               S151
$10 lab fee.                                                                                        PSY      240          Developmental Psychology [S/B]
                                                                                                    A comprehensive survey of psychological development from
PHY      202           Engineering Physics II [M/S]
                                                                                                    conception to death in relation to biological, physical, social, and
Mechanics, thermodynamics and electromagnetism. Prerequi-                                           psychological conditions. Prerequisite: PSY 101.
sites: MTH 202 and PHY 201/201.1.                                                                   2054 AA         5      DELICH, J              MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM             B106
5094 AA         4      SIDIBE, A                MTW            8:00AM- 9:00AM              S151     8218 WB         5      DELICH, J               TTh            5:00PM- 7:20PM             L101
Section AA lecture must be taken with section AA lab or BA lab.
8596 WB         4      MC DONALD, J              TTh           5:00PM- 7:00PM              S151     PSY      297.2        Field Experience
Section XB lecture must be taken with section XB or YB.
                                                                                                    The student will work as a volunteer in a community agency and
PHY      202.1         Engineering Physics II Lab [M/S]                                             complete a journal and report (usually 1 credit). Prerequisite: PSY
5096    AA      1      SIDIBE, A                  Th          6:50AM- 9:00AM               S151     101 and instructor’s permission.
5098    BA      1      SIDIBE, A                   T          10:20AM-12:30PM              S151     2056 AA        1- 3    MEADOWS, D               ARR          ARR
8598    WB      1      MC DONALD, J                T          7:00PM- 9:00PM               S151
8600    XB      1      MC DONALD, J               Th          7:00PM- 9:00PM               S151     PSY      299          Special Studies
$10 lab fee.                                                                                        2058 AA        1-15 MEADOWS, D                  ARR          ARR




45 - Credit Classes                                                                                                     *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                              Reading – Reading

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

                           READING                                     RDG 084               Vocabulary Improvement
                                                                       This developmental vocabulary class teaches students how to in-
RDG 079             Spelling                                           crease their vocabulary using an “in-context” approach. Two levels
This course teaches students how to improve their spelling             of text are available, based on reading level. Grading is pass/no
through the use of spelling rules and “in-context” exercises. Grad-    credit. Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)
ing is pass/no credit. Class held in the Learning Opportunities        where instruction is a lab format.
Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format.                        7632    AA   1- 3     SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM     A221
7600    AA   1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM     A221   9546    AC   1- 3     DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    F109*
9530    AC   1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    F109*   7634    BA   1- 3     SMITH, A         MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM     A221
7602    BA   1- 3   SMITH, A         MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM     A221   9548    BC   1- 3     DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    F109*
9532    BC   1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    F109*   7636    CA   1- 3     LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM    A221
9534    CC   1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   F109*   9550    CC   1- 3     DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   F109*
7604    DA   1- 3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM    A221   7638    DA   1- 3     SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM    A221
9536    DC   1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   F109*   9552    DC   1- 3     DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   F109*
7606    FA   1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM    A221   7640    EA   1- 3     SMITH, A         MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM    A221
7608    HA   1- 3   SMITH, A         MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM    A221   7642    FA   1- 3     SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM     A221
7610    JA   1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM     A221   7644    GA   1- 3     LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM     A221
7612    LA   1- 3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM     A221   7646    HA   1- 3     LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM     A221
7614    NA   1- 3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM     A221   8808    WB   1- 3     LEE, M            MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221
8800    WB   1- 3   LEE, M            MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221   9604    WD   1- 3     BARR, K           MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    F109*
9586    WD   1- 3   BARR, K           MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    F109*   9886    WK   1        LEE, M             Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM     A221
9870    WK   1      LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM     A221   9888    WK   1        LEE, M             Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM    A221
9872    WK   2      LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM     A221   9890    WK   1        LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM     A221
9874    WK   1      LEE, M             Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM     A221   8527    WK   2        LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM     A221
9876    WK   1      LEE, M             Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM    A221   8810    XB   1- 3     SANDMEIER,   S    TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221
8802    XB   1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S    TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221
                                                                       RDG 087               Reading Skills
RDG 081             Study Techniques                                   Designed for students needing individualized instruction to im-
Students become active learners by developing academic study           prove their proficiency in basic reading skills. After interpreting
strategies for college. Topics include needs assessments, campus       diagnostic testing in the LOC, the instructor develops a program
resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, test       for each student. Grading is pass/no credit. Class is held in the
preparation and taking, and more. This is a directed learning          Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab
course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC). In-         format. For those students whose schedules do not allow for RDG
struction includes textbook and Web activities. $5 Testing Fee.        91, this class serves as an alternate. Prerequisite: Minimum ASSET
7616    AA   1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM     A221   score of 32 or teacher recommendation.
9538    AC   1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    F109*   7648    AA   1-   3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    A221
7618    BA   1- 3   SMITH, A         MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM     A221   7650    BA   1-   3   SMITH, A         MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    A221
9540    BC   1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    F109*   7652    CA   1-   3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   A221
7620    CA   1- 3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM    A221   7654    DA   1-   3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   A221
9542    CC   1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   F109*   7656    EA   1-   3   SMITH, A         MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM   A221
7622    DA   1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM    A221   7658    FA   1-   3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM    A221
9544    DC   1- 3   DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   F109*   7660    GA   1-   3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM    A221
7624    EA   1- 3   SMITH, A         MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM    A221   7662    HA   1-   3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM    A221
7626    FA   1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM     A221   7910    WB   1-   3   LEE, M            MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221
7628    GA   1- 3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM     A221   8812    XB   1-   3   SANDMEIER,   S    TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM    A221
7630    HA   1- 3   LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM     A221
8804    WB   1- 3   LEE, M            MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221   RDG 089               Speed Reading
9596    WD   1- 3   BARR, K           MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    F109*
9878    WK   1      LEE, M             Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM    A221
                                                                       This class is designed to increase reading speed, and to improve
9880    WK   1      LEE, M             Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM     A221   reading comprehension and vocabulary through the use of
9882    WK   1      LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM     A221   computer software. Grading is pass/no credit. Class is held in the
9884    WK   2      LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM     A221   Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab
8806    XB   1- 3   SANDMEIER,   S    TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221
                                                                       format.
RDG 082             Study Techniques                                   7666    AA   1- 3     SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM     A221
                                                                       9554    AC   1- 3     DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   8:00AM- 9:00AM    F109*
Students become active learners by developing academic study           7668    BA   1- 3     SMITH, A         MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM     A221
strategies for college. Topics include needs assessments, campus       9556    BC   1- 3     DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   9:10AM-10:10AM    F109*
resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, test       7670    CA   1- 3     LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM    A221
preparation and taking, and more. This is a directed learning          9558    CC   1- 3     DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   10:20AM-11:20AM   F109*
                                                                       7672    DA   1- 3     SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM    A221
course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC). In-         9560    DC   1- 3     DALPIAZ, P       MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM   F109*
struction includes textbook and Web activities. $5 Testing Fee.        7674    EA   1- 3     SMITH, A         MTWTh   12:40PM- 1:40PM    A221
7129 AA      1- 3   WALTERS, G       MWTh    2:20PM- 3:20PM    X103    7676    FA   1- 3     SANDMEIER,   S   MTWTh   1:50PM- 2:50PM     A221
7131 BA      1- 3   FREESE, J         M      12:30PM- 1:25PM   X014    7678    GA   1- 3     LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   3:00PM- 4:00PM     A221
                    FREESE, J         Th     2:30PM- 3:30PM    X014    7680    HA   1- 3     LIEBLER, N       MTWTh   4:10PM- 5:10PM     A221
                                                                       8814    WB   1- 3     LEE, M            MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221
                                                                       9614    WD   1- 3     BARR, K           MW     5:20PM- 8:40PM    F109*
                                                                       9616    WK   1        LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-10:30AM     A221
                                                                       9618    WK   2        LEE, M             Sa    8:30AM-12:30PM     A221
                                                                       9620    WK   1        LEE, M             Sa    9:30AM-11:30AM     A221
                                                                       9622    WK   1        LEE, M             Sa    10:30AM-12:30PM    A221
                                                                       8816    XB   1- 3     SANDMEIER,   S    TTh    5:20PM- 8:40PM     A221




                *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                  Credit Classes - 46
              Reading – Spanish

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
RDG 091                 Reading Skills                                                           RDG 115               Vocabulary Improvement
Reinforces six essential reading comprehension skills: recognizing                               This class teaches students how to expand their vocabularies with
vocabulary in context, locating main ideas, understanding sup-                                   emphasis on Greek and Latin root words. Also included are words
porting details, identifying transitions, making inferences, outlin-                             often confused and misused, descriptive words, action words,
ing, and summarizing. This class gives students an opportunity to                                name derivatives, and words from various academic disciplines.
practice and improve these strategies in a supportive, non-threat-                               Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where in-
ening environment. Prerequistie: Minimum ASSET score of 32 or                                    struction is a lab format.
teacher recommendation. $5 Testing Fee.                                                          7720    AA     1- 3   SANDMEIER,       S     MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM              A221
7682 AA         3       WALTERS, G            MWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             T171     9578    AC     1- 3   DALPIAZ, P             MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM             F109*
                                                                                                 7722    BA     1- 3   SMITH, A               MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              A221
RDG 099                 College Reading Skills                                                   9580    BC     1- 3   DALPIAZ, P             MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM             F109*
Emphasizes four study-reading strategies: preparing to read, com-                                7724    CA     1- 3   LIEBLER, N             MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             A221
                                                                                                 9582    CC     1- 3   DALPIAZ, P             MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM            F109*
prehending what you read, processing what you read, and prov-                                    7726    DA     1- 3   SANDMEIER,       S     MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             A221
ing you understand what you read. Special emphasis is placed on                                  9584    DC     1- 3   DALPIAZ, P             MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM            F109*
vocabulary development relevant to the social sciences. Prerequi-                                7728    EA     1- 3   SMITH, A               MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             A221
site: Minimum ASSET score of 35 or successful completion of RDG                                  7730    FA     1- 3   SANDMEIER,       S     MTWTh          1:50PM- 2:50PM              A221
                                                                                                 7732    GA     1- 3   LIEBLER, N             MTWTh          3:00PM- 4:00PM              A221
91 or teacher recommendation. $5 Testing Fee.                                                    7734    HA     1- 3   LIEBLER, N             MTWTh          4:10PM- 5:10PM              A221
7684 AA         3       ARTER, M              MWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             A329     8828    WB     1- 3   LEE, M                  MW            5:20PM- 8:40PM              A221
7686 BA         3       STAFF                 MWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              A330     9644    WD     1- 3   BARR, K                 MW            5:20PM- 8:40PM             F109*
                                                                                                 9646    WK     1      LEE, M                   Sa           8:30AM-10:30AM              A221
RDG 105                 Speed Reading                                                            9648    WK     2      LEE, M                   Sa           8:30AM-12:30PM              A221
This class is designed to increase reading speed, and to improve                                 9650    WK     1      LEE, M                   Sa           9:30AM-11:30AM              A221
reading comprehension and vocabulary through the use of com-                                     9652    WK     1      LEE, M                   Sa           10:30AM-12:30PM             A221
puter software. Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center                               8830    XB     1- 3   SANDMEIER,       S      TTh           5:20PM- 8:40PM              A221
(LOC) where instruction is a lab format.
7688    AA     1- 3     SANDMEIER,     S     MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM              A221                                     SOCIOLOGY
9562    AC     1- 3     DALPIAZ, P           MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM             F109*
7690    BA     1- 3     SMITH, A             MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              A221     SOC      101          Intro to Sociology [S/B]
9564    BC     1- 3     DALPIAZ, P           MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM             F109*     Introduction to the scientific study of society. Emphasis on rela-
7692    CA     1- 3     LIEBLER, N           MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             A221     tionship of the individual to society, inequality, social institutions,
9566    CC     1- 3     DALPIAZ, P           MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM            F109*     and deviant behavior.
7694    DA     1- 3     SANDMEIER,     S     MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             A221
                                                                                                 2060    AA      5     MASON, C               MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM              L109
9568    DC     1- 3     DALPIAZ, P           MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM            F109*
                                                                                                 2062    BA      5     MASON, C               MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              B105
7696    EA     1- 3     SMITH, A             MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             A221
                                                                                                 2064    CA      5     ARSHAD, F               TTh           10:20AM-12:30PM             L107
7698    FA     1- 3     SANDMEIER,     S     MTWTh          1:50PM- 2:50PM              A221
                                                                                                 8208    DI      5     ARSHAD, F               ARR           ARR
7700    GA     1- 3     LIEBLER, N           MTWTh          3:00PM- 4:00PM              A221     Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead
7702    HA     1- 3     LIEBLER, N           MTWTh          4:10PM- 5:10PM              A221     students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in
8818    WB     1- 3     LEE, M                MW            5:20PM- 8:40PM              A221     course subject matter. $30.00 fee. Instructor Orientation: Tuesday, 1/6/04, 6:00 p.m., Room
                                                                                                 L107.
9624    WD     1- 3     BARR, K               MW            5:20PM- 8:40PM             F109*
9626    WK     1        LEE, M                 Sa           8:30AM-10:30AM              A221
9628    WK     2        LEE, M                 Sa           8:30AM-12:30PM              A221     SOC      150          Marriage-Family [S/B]
9630    WK     1        LEE, M                 Sa           9:30AM-11:30AM              A221     The family is discussed in broad sociobiological, historical and
9632    WK     1        LEE, M                 Sa           10:30AM-12:30PM             A221     comparative perspectives. Modern family life is analyzed after
8820    XB     1- 3     SANDMEIER,     S      TTh           5:20PM- 8:40PM              A221     conceptual frameworks have been developed.
RDG 110                 Study Techniques                                                         2066 AA         5     MASON, C               MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             D105
                                                                                                 8210 DI         5     MASON, C                ARR           ARR
Students become active learners by developing academic study                                     Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead
strategies for college. Topics include needs assessments, campus                                 students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in
                                                                                                 course subject matter. $30.00 fee. In addition, instructor orientation: Thursday, 1/8/04, 6:00
resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, test                                 p.m., Room L102.
preparation and taking, and more. This is a directed learning
course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC). In-                                   SOC      160          Gender Studies
struction includes textbook and Web activities. $5 Testing Fee.                                  Societies create many roles for their members, depending upon
7704    AA     1-   3   SANDMEIER, S         MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM              A221     technology, organization, and the distribution of power. Some of
9570    AC     1-   3   DALPIAZ, P           MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM             F109*     those roles are assigned on the basis of sex. This course examines
7706    BA     1-   3   SMITH, A             MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              A221     the social creation of those gender roles assigned to sex and sexu-
9572    BC     1-   3   DALPIAZ, P           MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM             F109*
7708    CA     1-   3   LIEBLER, N           MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             A221
                                                                                                 al behavior, and explores the inner life of acting out those roles.
9574    CC     1-   3   DALPIAZ, P           MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM            F109*     2068 AA         5     ARSHAD, F              MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM             L107
7710    DA     1-   3   SANDMEIER, S         MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             A221
9576    DC     1-   3   DALPIAZ, P           MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM            F109*                                        SPANISH
8822    DII    1-   3   OATES, J              ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make   SPA      101          Spanish-1st Quarter [H]
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                               Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational
7712    EA     1- 3     SMITH, A             MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             A221     skills, reading, writing and grammar and Hispanic culture includ-
7714    FA     1- 3     SANDMEIER, S         MTWTh          1:50PM- 2:50PM              A221     ing geography, customs, daily life and heritage. Designed for
7716    GA     1- 3     LIEBLER, N           MTWTh          3:00PM- 4:00PM              A221     the novice learner of Spanish, with little or no proficiency in the
7718    HA     1- 3     LIEBLER, N           MTWTh          4:10PM- 5:10PM              A221
8824    WB     1- 3     LEE, M                MW            5:20PM- 8:40PM              A221
                                                                                                 Spanish language. Recommended that students have successfully
9634    WD     1- 3     BARR, K               MW            5:20PM- 8:40PM             F109*     completed at least English 99.
9636    WK     1        LEE, M                 Sa           8:30AM-10:30AM              A221     2520 AA         5     PRITCHETT, T           MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM             V121
9638    WK     2        LEE, M                 Sa           8:30AM-12:30PM              A221     2522 BA         5     YOUNG, N               MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM             D104
9640    WK     1        LEE, M                 Sa           9:30AM-11:30AM              A221
9642    WK     2        LEE, M                 Sa           10:30AM-12:30PM             A221
8826    XB     1- 3     SANDMEIER, S          TTh           5:20PM- 8:40PM              A221




47 - Credit Classes                                                                                                  *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                                Speech – Speech

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                        COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC CREDITS INSTRUCTOR       DAY      TIME                LOCATION   LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
SPA     102          Spanish-2nd Quarter [H]                                 SPE      102          Speech Essential [C]
Introduction to the Spanish language (including conversational               This course is an expanded SPE 101 and recommended for stu-
skills, reading, writing and grammar) and Hispanic culture (includ-          dents who plan to transfer to a senior institution on a semester sys-
ing geography, customs, daily life and heritage). Prerequisite: SPA          tem. This course is recommended for students with no previous
101 or instructor’s permission.                                              speech experience. In addition to the goals as stated in SPE 101,
2524    AA     5     PRITCHETT, T   MTWTh     8:00AM- 9:00AM          I106   the student will develop more poise and self-confidence while
2526    BA     5     SANDNESS, B    MTWTh     10:20AM-11:20AM        D104    performing before the audience. Additionally, interactive commu-
2528    CA     5     SANDNESS, B    MTWTh     11:30AM-12:30PM        T122
2530    DA     5     SANDNESS, B    MTWTh     12:40PM- 1:40PM        B101
                                                                             nication skills and interviewing techniques are introduced.
8256    WB     5     QUIST-OLIVAR    MW       7:30PM- 9:40PM         A330    0308 AA         5     SAMS, C                MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM             I106
                                                                             0310 BA         5     WUTZKE, J              MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM              T171
SPA     103          Spanish-3rd Quarter [H]
                                                                             SPE      110          Communication Behavior [C]
Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational
skills, reading, writing and grammar and Hispanic culture includ-            An introduction to the basic elements that impact our commu-
ing geography,customs, daily life and heritage. Prerequisite: SPA            nication with each other. The course is designed to illustrate to
102 or instructor’s permission.                                              the student the reasons for communication failures in two-party
2532 AA        5     YOUNG, N       MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM         I107
                                                                             and small-group situations. Among other areas, active listening,
                                                                             conflict communication, self-esteem, and assertiveness will be
SPA     202          Spanish-5th Quarter [H]                                 covered.
Extensive practice in all four language skills (reading, writing,            0312 AA         3     SAMS, C                 TWTh           8:00AM- 9:00AM              I107
                                                                             Class ends on 3/02/04.
speaking, listening). The course includes cultural readings and
short stories and includes an in-depth review of basic Spanish               0314 BA         3     FISHER, S               TWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM             V120
                                                                             Class ends on 3/02/04.
grammar, expansion of basic vocabulary, and a broadening of                  0316 CA         3     FLEISCHMAN              MWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM W180A
the student’s understanding of Hispanic culture. Prerequisite: SPA           Class ends on 03/04/04.
201 or instructor’s permission.                                              0318 DA         3     WUTZKE, J                MTTh          1:50PM- 2:50PM              I107
                                                                             Class ends on 03/04/04.
2534 AA        5     CRUZ, A        MTWTh      9:10AM-10:10AM        A329
                                                                             8086 WB         3     LIBERTY, C                 W           5:00PM- 7:10PM              I107
SPA     206          Spanish For Spanish Speakers                            9894 WK         3     FLEISCHMAN                 Sa          8:00AM- 5:00PM             B101
Native or near-native speakers of Spanish develop and improve
                                                                             SPE      111          Communication Behavior [C]
reading, writing and grammar skills in their native language,
                                                                             This course is recommended for students seeking to improve their
while learning to appreciate the depth and diversity of Latino
                                                                             communication with friends, family and co-workers. It is designed
culture both in the United State and abroad. Special attention is
                                                                             to heighten the student’s awareness of personality styles and
given to advanced grammar and vocabulary of standard Spanish.
                                                                             communication behaviors and their respective impact on interper-
Students are introduced to a comprehensive and analytical survey
                                                                             sonal and group communication.
of Spanish and Latin American literature.                                    0320    AA      5     BRANDES, D             MTWTh          6:50AM- 7:50AM               I107
2536 AA        5     CRUZ, A        MTWTh     11:30AM-12:30PM        T170    0322    BA      5     FLEISCHMAN             MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM              I106
                                                                             0324    CA      5     FLEISCHMAN             MTWTh          12:40PM- 1:40PM              I107
SPA     250          Intermediate Conversational Spanish                     8088    DII     5     CLARY, C                ARR           ARR
Intensive practice in speaking Spanish for students who have                 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
                                                                             occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
already gained a knowledge of beginning level grammar and vo-                have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
cabulary. Class will be conducted entirely in Spanish. Prerequisite:         learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
                                                                             contact Cathy Clary by the second day of class, either via email at claryc@columbiabasin.edu
one year of college-level Spanish, or instructor’s permission.               or by phone at ext. 2309.
8254 WB       1- 2   FERNANDEZ, T     T        5:00PM- 7:10PM         I107
                                                                             SPE      141          Debate I
                                 SPEECH                                      Provides investigation and practice in oral problem solving
                                                                             through debate format. Includes principles of argumentation and
SPE     101          Speech Essential [C]                                    analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence reasoning, and
This course is recommended for students with no previous public              logic detection of fallacies, structure of arguments and methods
speaking experience. Students are taught to set specific purposes            of refutation and rebuttal. The student is expected to attend a
for their speeches and then to accomplish the purposes they have             minimum of two debate tournaments. Prerequisite: SPE 101 or
set for themselves. The course also deals with problems of self-             equivalent recommended.
confidence, organizing ideas, developing content, and articula-              0326 AA         2     FISHER, S                  F           9:30AM-11:30AM             D104
tion of ideas. Recommended to be taken in tandem with, or after
completing ENG 101.                                                          SPE      142          Debate II
0300 AA        3     QUINLEY, V      MTTh      9:10AM-10:10AM        P104    Provides investigation and practice in oral problem solving
Class ends on 03/04/04.
                                                                             through debate format. Includes principles of argumentation and
0302 BA        3     FISHER, S      TWTh      10:20AM-11:20AM        T144    analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence reasoning, and
Class ends on 3/02/04.
0304 CA        3     SAMS, C        TWTh      11:30AM-12:30PM        N104
                                                                             logic detection of fallacies, structure of arguments and methods
Class ends on 3/02/04.                                                       of refutation and rebuttal. The student is expected to attend a
0306 DA        3     SAMS, C        TWTh       1:50PM- 2:50PM         I106   minimum of two debate tournaments. Prerequisite: SPE 101 or
Class ends on 3/02/04.
                                                                             equivalent recommended.
8080    WB     3     QUINLEY, V       M        5:00PM-   7:20PM      P204    0328 AA         2     FISHER, S                  F           9:30AM-11:30AM             D104
9040    WD     3     STAFF             T       5:00PM-   7:20PM     F015*
8082    XB     3     LIBERTY, C        T       5:00PM-   7:20PM      A330    SPE      143          Debate III
8084    YB     3     WUTZKE, J        Th       5:00PM-   7:20PM       I107
                                                                             Provides investigation and practice in oral problem solving
                                                                             through debate format. Includes principles of argumentation and
                                                                             analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence reasoning, and
                                                                             logic detection of fallacies, structure of arguments and methods
                                                                             of refutation and rebuttal. The student is expected to attend a
                                                                             minimum of two debate tournaments. Prerequisite: SPE 101 or
                                                                             equivalent recommended.
                                                                             0330 AA         2     FISHER, S                  F           9:30AM-11:30AM             D104



                   *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                   Credit Classes - 48
              Theatre Arts – Vocational ESL

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
SPE      260          Multicultural Communications [C]                                           THA      126.1        Stagecraft
Multicultural Communications will teach the student culturally-                                  A study of the technical aspects of stage crafts, and some design
sensitive methods of identifying basic problems involving com-                                   with an emphasis on construction techniques, lighting and sound.
munication failures across ethnic and racial settings. The course is                             During lab students will gain a working knowledge of shop tools,
designed to encourage participants to explore their own cultural                                 their application, shop safety and crew protocol.
identities in relationship to their cultures and those of others in                              0218 AA        1- 3   CAMPBELL, R                M           8:00AM- 9:00AM             P104
                                                                                                 Students are required to meet 3:00P to 5:00P two days a week for lab.
order to improve the quality of their interpersonal communication
skills. They will also learn to apply various multicultural approaches                           THA      127.1        Stagecraft
to behavior modification, racism, sexism, the valuing of cultural                                A study of the technical aspects of stage crafts, and some design
diversity, collaboration, and the move toward inherent pluralism.                                with an emphasis on construction techniques. During lab time
0332    AA      5     BRANDES, D             MTWTh          8:00AM- 9:00AM              N101
0334    BA      5     SAMS, C                MTWTh          9:10AM-10:10AM               I106
                                                                                                 students will gain a working knowledge of shop tools, their ap-
0336    CA      5     BACON, J               MTWTh          10:20AM-11:20AM              I106    plication, shop safety, and crew protocol.
0338    DA      5     BACON, J               MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM              I107    0220 AA        1- 3   CAMPBELL, R                M           8:00AM- 9:00AM             P104
8092    WB      5     CARTER, B               TTh           5:00PM- 7:20PM              D104     Students are required to meet 3:00P to 5:00P two days a week for lab.
8090    DII     5     BACON, J                ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make   THA      128.1        Stagecraft
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance   A study of the technical aspects of stage crafts, and some de-
learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
contact Julie Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu
                                                                                                 sign with an emphasis on construction techniques, lighting and
or by phone at ext. 2331.                                                                        sound. During lab time students will gain a working knowledge
                                                                                                 of shop tools, their application, shop safety and crew protocol.
                           THEATRE ARTS                                                          0222 AA        1- 3   CAMPBELL, R                M           8:00AM- 9:00AM
                                                                                                 Students are required to meet 3:00P to 5:00P two days a week for lab.
                                                                                                                                                                                         P104

THA      105.1        Rehearsal and Performance
Participation in college theatre productions on stage and back-                                  THA      199.1        Basic Stage Combat
stage. After play auditions for each quarter, the class, composed                                An introduction to the basics of unarmed stage violence from
of students selected for cast and production staff positions, will be                            slaps and punches to falls.
                                                                                                 0226 AA         1     THOMASON, J                M          11:30AM- 1:30PM             P104
involved in rehearsals and performances.
0200 AA        1- 3   CAMPBELL, R              ARR          ARR                                  THA      215          Survey of Theatre History [H]
0202 BA        1- 3   QUINLEY, V               ARR          ARR                         P104
                                                                                                 This is a survey course that will cover significant trends and in-
THA      106.1        Rehearsal and Performance                                                  novations throughout theatre history from its inception in ancient
Participation in college theatre productions on stage and back-                                  Greece through the present. The emphasis, however, will be on
stage. After play auditions for each quarter, the class, composed                                early theatre and its development and evolution.
of students selected for cast and production staff positions, will be                            8034 DII        5     CAMPBELL, R              ARR          ARR
                                                                                                 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
involved in rehearsals and performances.                                                         occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                 have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
0204 AA        1- 3   CAMPBELL, R              ARR          ARR                                  learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
0206 BA        1- 3   QUINLEY, V               ARR          ARR                         P104     contact Ronn Campbell by the second day of class, either via email at ronn.campbell@columib
                                                                                                 abasin.edu or by phone at ext 2344.
THA      107.1        Rehearsal and Performance
Participation in college theatre productions on stage and back-                                  THA      227.1        Touring Rep Part I
stage. After play auditions for each quarter, the class, composed                                This course is a two-quarter commitment. The first quarter involves
of students selected for cast and production staff positions, will be                            casting, language and script study, and rehearsal of the one hour
involved in rehearsals and performances.                                                         classical play that will be presented to middle and high schools
0208 AA        1- 3   CAMPBELL, R              ARR          ARR                                  during the second quarter. This course emphasizes ensemble act-
0210 BA        1- 3   QUINLEY, V               ARR          ARR                         P104     ing, learning how to work with classical text, learning iambic pen-
THA      115          Introduction to Theatre [T]                                                tameter and other meters, as well as how to act and “heighten”
An exploration of the many facets of theatre and the many cre-                                   classical text.
                                                                                                 0224 AA        1- 3   QUINLEY, V                TTh         11:30AM- 1:30PM             P104
ative artists who comprise the theatre arts. The student studies the                                                   WUTZKE, J                 TTh         11:30AM- 1:30PM             P104
history of theatre, styles of production, plays, playwrights, direc-                             Arrange 1 hour additional per week.
tors, actors, critics, and designers.
0212 AA         5     CAMPBELL, R            MTWTh           9:10AM-10:10AM             P204                    VOCATIONAL ESL (VESL)
THA      120          Acting-Beginning
An introductory course in acting fundamentals. Basic fundamen-                                   This course is primarily designed for ESL students who are inter-
tals such as the playing of actions and objectives, imagination,                                 ested in learning basic keyboarding and computer skills. Subjects
relaxation and concentration will be explored through improvi-                                   taught include fundamentals of English, use of a personal com-
sation, scenework, monologue presentation and the study of                                       puter and mouse, and training in Microsoft Word and other pro-
theory.                                                                                          grams. Instruction is individualized and students proceed at their
0214 AA         3     QUINLEY, V               MTTh         10:20AM-11:20AM             P104     own pace in a lab setting. Call 547-0511 ext. 2352 or 2301 for
Class ends on 03/04/04.                                                                          registration information.
THA      121          Acting-Intermediate
An intermediate studio acting course which is a continuation of
THA 120. This course continues its focus on creating a character
with internal truth that is presented with an awareness of external
craft, including interpretive skills, through exploration of scenes,
monologues and readings. Students will broaden their knowl-
edge of dramatic literature and build their repertoire of audition
monologues. Prerequisite: THA 120 and THA 121 or permission
of instructor.
0216 AA         3     WUTZKE, J                MTTh         10:20AM-11:20AM             P204
Class ends on 03/04/04.


49 - Credit Classes                                                                                                  *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                          Welding Technology – Welding Technology

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

              WELDING TECHNOLOGY                                         WT      201           Weldability of Metals
                                                                         An introduction to pipe welding using mild steel pipe and the
WT      102.1         Introduction to Shield Metal Arc Welding           shield metal arc process with E6010 covered electrode. Develop
An introduction to mild steel arc welding, consisting of manipula-       the necessary welding skills and techniques to prepare for cer-
tive skills using the shield metal arc process with E6010 type mild      tificate in accordance with ASME code. Prerequisite: WT 104.1 or
steel electrode. Prerequisite: ASSET test placement with a math          105.1 or the instructor’s permission.
minimum of 32 and a reading minimum of 35 or instructor’s                8690 WB       3       STAFF           W        6:30PM- 9:30PM      V128
permission.
6804    AA   1-   9   MC DOWELL, T   DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM    V130    WT      201.1         Intro Pipe Welding
6606    BA   1-   9   STROH, P       DAILY     11:00AM- 3:00PM   V130    An introduction to pipe welding using mild steel pipe and the
6808    CA   1-   9   CURRY, D         Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM    V128    shield metal arc process with E6010 covered electrode. Develop
6810    DA   1-   9   CURRY, D         Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130    the necessary welding skills and techniques to prepare for certifi-
8662    WB   1-   9   CURRY, D        MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V128
8664    XB   1-   9   SAARI, G        TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V128
                                                                         cation in accordance with ASME code. Prerequisite: WT 104.1 or
8666    YB   1-   9   NELSON, J       MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130    105.1 or the instructor’s permission.
8668    ZB   1-   9   SAARI, G        TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130    6842    AA   1-   9   STROH, P       DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM      V130
                                                                         6844    BA   1-   9   TONNING, H     DAILY     11:00AM- 3:00PM     V130
WT      103           Fundamentals of Major Processes and Their          6846    CA   1-   9   EDWARDS, L       Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM      V130
                      Consumables                                        8692    WB   1-   9   EDWARDS, L      MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM      V130
                                                                         8693    XB   1-   9   EDWARDS, L      TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM      V130
This is the systems approach to welded design, the design of
welded joints and allowable for welds. Arc welding consumable            WT      202           Welding Inspection
will also be covered. The student will also become familiar with         This course has been designed to acquaint the student with fun-
various welding processes, Prerequisites: WT 100 and 101.1 or            damental information and to help in the preparation for the AWS
102.1 or the instructor’s permission.                                    welding inspector certification examination.
6812 AA      1- 5     ATTERIDGE, D   DAILY     11:00AM-11:50AM   V130    6848 AA      1- 5     MC DOWELL, T   DAILY     11:00AM-11:50AM     V130
6814 BA      1- 5     ATTERIDGE, D   DAILY     3:00PM- 4:00PM    V128    6860 BA      1- 5     TONNING, H     DAILY     3:00PM- 4:00PM      V130

WT      103.1         Advanced Shield Metal Arc Welding                  WT      202.1         Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG)
This course will develop welding skills to meet AWS and ASME             This course is designed for the welding of plate and pipe using the
standards using the shielded metal arc process. Prerequisites: WT        gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) process. Instruction will stress
101.1 and WT 102.1 or instructor’s permission.                           developing proper manipulative techniques and skills necessary to
6816    AA   1-   9   MC DOWELL, T   DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM    V130    certify using the GTAW process. Prerequisite: WT 201.1
6818    BA   1-   9   BRONS, G       DAILY     11:00AM- 3:00PM   V130    6862    AA   1-   9   STROH, P       DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM      V130
6820    CA   1-   9   CURRY, D         Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130    6864    BA   1-   9   TONNING, H     DAILY     11:00AM- 3:00PM     V130
8670    WB   1-   9   CURRY, D        MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130    6866    CA   1-   9   EDWARDS, L       Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM      V130
8672    XB   1-   9   SAARI, G        TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130    8694    WB   1-   9   EDWARDS, L      MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM      V130
                                                                         8695    XB   1-   9   EDWARDS, L      TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM      V130
WT      104.1         Shield Metal Arc Welding Certification
Advanced development of arc welding skills to meet AWS, WABO,            WT      203.1         Pipe Welding Certification
and ASME certification standards using the shielded metal pro-           This course will have special emphasis on qualification tests for
cess. Prerequisite: WT 103.1 or the instructor’s permission.             piping and tubing. Prerequisite: WT 202.1
6822    AA   1-   9   CURRY, D       DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM    V130    6868    AA   1-   9   STROH, P       DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM      V130
6824    BA   1-   9   BRONS, G       DAILY     11:00AM- 3:00PM   V130    6870    BA   1-   9   TONNING, H     DAILY     11:00AM- 3:00PM     V130
6826    CA   1-   9   CURRY, D         Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130    8696    WB   1-   9   EDWARDS, L      MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM      V130
8674    WB   1-   9   CURRY, D        MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130    8697    XB   1-   9   EDWARDS, L      TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM      V130
8676    XB   1-   9   SAARI, G        TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130    6872    YB   1-   9   EDWARDS, L       Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM      V130

WT      105.1         Gas Metal Arc Welding (Mig) Certificate            WT      230.1         Pipe Welding Refresher
An introduction to gas metal arc welding, consisting of manipula-        This course is designed for tradesmen who need up-grading on
tive skills using the gas metal arc process. Prerequisite: WT 103,       pipe welding procedures for employment in the piping field. In-
103.1 or 104.1 or the instructor’s permission.                           cludes instruction and practice for up-grading welding test qualifi-
6828    AA   1-   9   HUE, E         DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM    V130    cations and special applications. Prerequisite: trade experience. A
6830    BA   1-   9   BRONS, G       DAILY     11:00AM- 3:00PM   V130    test may be given to verify experience.
6832    CA   1-   9   CURRY, D         Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130
                                                                         6874    AA   1-10     STROH, P       DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM      V130
8678    WB   1-   9   CURRY, D        MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
                                                                         6876    BA   1-10     TONNING, H     DAILY     11:00AM- 3:00PM     V130
8680    XB   1-   9   ROBIE, S        TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
                                                                         8698    WB   1-10     EDWARDS, L      TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM      V130
WT      130.1         Metallic Arc Refresher                             8699    XB   1-10     EDWARDS, L      MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM      V130
Designed primarily for people who need upgrading in shielded
metallic arc welding. Includes instruction and practice for upgrad-
ing skills, test qualifications and special application. Prerequisite:
trade experience. A test may be given to verify experience.
6834    AA   1-10     HUE, E         DAILY     7:00AM-10:50AM    V130
6836    BA   1-10     CURRY, D         Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM    V130
8682    WB   1-10     ROBLES, C       MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V128
8684    XB   1-10     SAARI, G        TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V128
8686    YB   1-10     NELSON, J       MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130
8688    ZB   1-10     EDWARDS, L      TTh      6:30PM- 9:30PM    V130

WT      199           Special Problems
6838 AA      1-10 GUILBAULT, F       ThF       12:00PM- 1:00PM   V127
6840 BA      1-10 GUILBAULT, F       MW        11:00AM-12:00PM   V127




                  *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                  Credit Classes - 50
                                     APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAMS
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                     COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR    DAY       TIME            LOCATION     LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR   DAY      TIME            LOCATION

        CARPENTRY APPRENTICESHIP                                                  IRONWORKER APPRENTICESHIP
Carpenters work with power and hand tools. They build forms               Ironworkers assemble and erect steel framework and other metal
for concrete and frame buildings, walls, footings, and sheathing.         parts in buildings, on bridges, dams and other steel structures.
Carpenters install doors, windows, storefronts and handrails,             They raise, place and join steel girders and columns to form struc-
build cabinets, counter tops and finished stair handrails. They           tural frameworks, including the welding of metal decking.
also work on drywalling, wood flooring, metal jams and ceilings.          Ironworkers generally work outside at construction sites. Work
Carpenters do interior and exterior finish work, work with drywall        is conducted in all kinds of weather. Ironworkers often work at
and metal studs, install other interior systems, welding and many         great heights erecting the steel frameworks of skyscrapers, stadi-
other related work processes. They also must read blueprints, and         ums and bridges. Work can also be confined to cramped quarters.
must measure accurately and calculate dimensions. They may be             Substantial physical strength is required to carry and place the re-
involved in the original construction or remodel of almost every          inforcing steel for concrete structures. “Tying iron” requires heavy
kind of structure, including houses, commercial buildings, bridg-         lifting and bending.
es, churches or factories, and highways.
                                                                          For information regarding the Ironworker Apprenticeship
For information on the Carpenters Apprentice program please
                                                                          program please contact:
contact:
                                                                          16610 E. Euclid
2819 W. Sylvester                                                         (509) 922-3577
Pasco, WA 99301                                                           Spokane, WA 99216
(509) 545-1781
At CBC contact John Roberts (509) 547-0511 ext. 2320                              MILLWRIGHT APPRENTICESHIP
          ELECTRICAL LINEWORKERS                                          Millwrights are crafts people who do precision machine installa-
                                                                          tion and assembly using sophisticated measuring instruments.
              APPRENTICESHIP                                              They install and align heavy industrial machinery such as conveyor
Electrical lineworkers construct and maintain electric transmission       systems, pumping systems, packaging systems, compressors, elec-
and distribution facilities that deliver electricity to our homes, fac-   tric generators and turbines.
tories and commercial and retail businesses. Apprentices work for         Millwrights work in hydroelectric dams, paper mills, nuclear
various contractors on all types of power line construction, both         power generating stations, gas or coal-fired generation plants,
underground and overhead.                                                 smelters and refineries. They use highly precise optical measuring
For information regarding the Electrical                 Lineworkers      and leveling instruments. You need good math skills along with
Apprenticeship program please contact:                                    the ability to think problems through, practical thinking, manual
                                                                          dexterity, the ability to work to very small tolerances (to a thou-
6162 NE 80th Ave.
                                                                          sandth of an inch). May have to lift heavy objects.
Portland, OR 97218
(503) 253-8202                                                            For information regarding the Millwright Apprenticeship
                                                                          program please contact:
              ELECTRICAL WORKERS                                          2819 West Sylvester
                APPRENTICESHIP                                            Pasco, WA 99302
Construction and residential electricians work in all phases of the       (509) 545-9339
electrical construction and service industry. They do the electrical      At CBC contact John Roberts (509) 547-0511 ext. 2320
construction work on projects ranging from single-family residenc-
es to state-of-the-art industrial plants. Workers install conduits and
                                                                                     PAINTER APPRENTICESHIP
wire all lighting, along with switches and converters, to complex         Painters and decorators prepare and paint a diverse array of sur-
systems incorporating computerization and high technology in              faces. There are three main areas of the industry: industrial (steel
the installation and maintenance of electrical systems. Their work        structures like ship tanks and bridges), commercial buildings (ev-
includes both small and large commercial installation up to and           erything from small businesses to high skyscrapers), and residen-
including high-rise buildings. Electricians also do repair and main-      tial buildings (homes and small apartments). Painters need to be
tenance on all electrical installations. The low voltage/sound and        skilled with a wide variety of hand and power tools, depending
communication apprenticeship includes work processes in fiber             upon the type of surface preparation and coating required.
optics, telephone systems, sound and fire alarm systems, LAN and          Work is conducted indoors and outdoors at floor level, on ladders,
structured wiring systems.                                                rigging and scaffolding. Painters and decorators use a variety of
For information regarding the Electrical Workers Apprenticeship           chemicals and are exposed to fumes from paints and solvents.
program please contact:                                                   Workers may have to travel great distances to work sites.
8340 Gage Blvd. #414                                                      For information regarding the Painters Apprenticeship program
Kennewick, WA 99337                                                       please contact:
(509) 783-0589                                                            2110 N. Fancher Road
                                                                          Spokane, WA 99212-1366
                                                                          (509) 533-8814




51 - Appenticeship Programs
                      APPRENTICESHIP / COMMUNITY SERVICE
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                     COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR    DAY       TIME            LOCATION     LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR        DAY       TIME                LOCATION

             PLUMBING/PIPEFITTING                                                              COMMUNITY SERVICE
                APPRENTICESHIP                                            The community education registration form can be found on Page 13.

Plumbers, steamfitters, and refrigeration fitters are all crafts people   CSRE 002             Traffic Control
who install piping systems that carry water, steam, air and other         A Washington State Certified Flagging Card will be issued upon
liquids or gases necessary for sanitation, industrial production,         successful completion of course and test. Class held at Chase Cen-
heating and air conditioning, and many other uses. They also al-          tre 1600 N. 20th Pasco, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (CBC does not
ter, remodel and repair existing piping systems and install plumb-        refer positions) Please pre-register for class. Fee is $35
ing fixtures, radiators and other heating units, some appliances,         R310    AA    0
                                                                          January 24, 2004.
                                                                                                SWEATT, V         Sa       8:30AM- 4:00PM         V121
as well as refrigeration and air conditioning equipment. Workers
                                                                          R320    BA    0       SWEATT, V         Sa       8:30AM- 4:00PM         V121
measure, cut and bend pipe, weld, braze, caulk, solder, glue or           February 28, 2004.
thread joints at residential and commercial job sites.                    R330    CA    0       SWEATT, V         Sa       8:30AM- 4:00PM         V121
                                                                          March 27, 2004.
For   information    regarding   the           Plumbing/Pipefitting
Apprenticeship program please contact:                                    CSRE 003             Traffic Control Recertification
1328 Road 28                                                              Student must complete this course within 30 days of expiration
Pasco, WA 99301                                                           date on current certification. Fee is $25.00.
                                                                          R311    AA    0       SWEATT, V         Sa       8:30AM- 4:00PM         V121
(509) 547-6480                                                            R321    BA    0       SWEATT, V         Sa       8:30AM- 4:00PM         V121
                                                                          R331    CA    0       SWEATT, V         Sa       8:30AM- 4:00PM         V121
        SHEET METAL APPRENTICESHIP
Sheet metal workers fabricate, install and service heating, venting
and air conditioning systems, blowpipe and industrial systems,
metal roofing, coping and flashing, stainless steel work for res-
taurants, kitchens and hospitals. They prepare shop and field
drawings manually and with computer programs. They provide
HVAC/R service.
For information regarding the Sheet Metal Apprenticeship
program please contact:
124-B Vista Way
Kennewick, WA 99336
(509) 735-1122
At CBC contact Ken Cox (509) 547-0511 ext. 2683.




                                                                                                                       Community Service - 52
                                                    DISTANCE LEARNING
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR        DAY        TIME              LOCATION      LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY            TIME                   LOCATION

                 DISTANCE LEARNING                                                AOT 101                Keyboarding I
                                                                                  Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers,
                                                                                  symbols, and operational keys using a computer. It is recommend-
The following classes display “ARR” under the “Location,” “Time”
                                                                                  ed that a student take CA 100 in the same quarter.
and “Day” headings because they are not offered at any tradi-
                                                                                  8450 DII        2      RAY, B                    ARR           ARR
tional times and spaces. Instead, the instructors and students use                This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
technology to create a virtual learning environment.                              occasional visits to campus. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previ-
                                                                                  ously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class. Required orienta-
                                                                                  tion meeting on 1/5/04 at 4:00 p.m. in W180D.
Some Distance Learning classes have a mandatory orientation that
students must attend. You may also choose to attend a WebCT                       AOT 102                Keyboarding II
Orientation. See below for more information. This orientation                     Reinforces keyboarding skills. Introduces appropriate formatting of
meeting is listed at the end of each course description.                          business letters, personal letters, memos, reports, and tables using
                                                                                  a word processing software. Prerequisites: AOT 101 and CA 100
Who should take distance classes? Distance education helps stu-                   or advanced placement for comparable skills. $10 lab fee.
                                                                                  8452 DII        2      RAY, B                    ARR           ARR
dents with tight schedules learn at any time of the night or day,                 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
reduce commuting time and spend more time with their families.                    occasional visits to campus. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previ-
                                                                                  ously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class. Required orienta-
But this type of learning is not for everyone. Distance classes are               tion meeting on 2/6/04 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. in W180E.
best suited to students who meet deadlines, stay on task and learn
well on their own.                                                                AOT 109.1              Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
                                                                                  Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully
Please note that basic computer literacy, including some Internet                 planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and
skills, is necessary for some classes. Contact the coordinator of                 numeric keys, as well as efficient use of the service keys. Develops
Distance Education at 547-0511, ext. 2373 or go to the web page                   10-key proficiency using 10-key pad. Student may enroll once in
at: www.cbc2.org/distance.                                                        AOT 109.1, AOT 109.2, and AOT 109.3 for a maximum of six
                                                                                  credits. Prerequisite: AOT 101.
If you do not have an Internet connection at home, stop by the                    8454 DII        3      JOHNSTON, K               ARR           ARR
                                                                                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
lab in Room W-140 on the Pasco campus and ask the staff to help                   occasional visits to campus. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previ-
                                                                                  ously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class. Required orienta-
you.                                                                              tion meeting on 1/5/04 at 8:00 a.m. in W174A.

                  WebCT Orientation Schedule                                      AOT 109.2              Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
                     Winter Quarter 2004                                          Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully
                                                                                  planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and
An introduction to WebCT, the distance learning software used for In-
ternet-based courses at CBC, will be conducted during the first week of
                                                                                  numeric keys as well as efficient use of the service keys. Develops
winter quarter. As participants will learn the skills essential for survival in   10-key proficiency using 10-key pad. Student may enroll once in
a WebCT class, the orientation is highly recommended for students who             AOT 109.1, AOT 109.2, and AOT 109.3 for a maximum of six
are new to on-line learning. In some cases, this general orientation may          credits. Prerequisite: AOT 101 and AOT 109.1.
replace the orientations for specific classes. Please consult the footnotes       8456 DII        3      JOHNSTON, K               ARR           ARR
for your class or contact your instructor for additional information about        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
                                                                                  occasional visits to campus. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previ-
WebCT orientation.                                                                ously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class. Required orienta-
                                                                                  tion meeting on 1/5/04 at 8:00 a.m. in W174.
Students should sign up for an orientaion session by visiting the CBC dis-
tance learning web site at http://www.cbc2.org/distance.                          AOT 109.3              Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
                                                                                  Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully
The orientations will be conducted at the following times and locations:          planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and
                                                                                  numeric keys as well as efficient use of the service keys. Develops
Saturday, January 3                                                               10-key proficiency using 10-key pad. Student may enroll once in
             Location:.........W-150                                              AOT 109.1, AOT 109.2, and AOT 109.3 for a maximum of six
             Times: ............. *8:30 am to 10:00 am                            credits. Prerequisite: AOT 101 and AOT 109.2.
                                  *10:00 am to 11:30 am                           8458 DII        3      JOHNSTON, K               ARR           ARR
                                  *11:30 am to 1:00 pm                            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
                                                                                  occasional visits to campus. WebCT orientations are available for students who have not previ-
                                                                                  ously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class. Required orienta-
Monday, January 5                                                                 tion meeting on 1/5/04 at 8:00 a.m. in W174.
           Location:.........Epicenter Room (CBC Library) L106
           Time: .............. 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm
                                                                                  AOT 124                Intermediate Spreadsheet Applications
                                                                                  Develops employable application skills using a spreadsheet soft-
Tuesday, January 6                                                                ware, currently Microsoft Excel 2002. Emphasizes creation and
            Location..........Epicenter Room (CBC Library) L106                   design of spreadsheets including formulas, projections, charting,
            Time: .............. 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm                               Web pages, lists, macros, and multiple workbooks as needed
                                                                                  for efffective presentations in the business/office environment.
                                                                                  Preparation for Microsoft Office User Specialist, Microsoft Excel
                                                                                  Certification. Prerequisites: CA 100 and eligibility for MTH 106.
                                                                                  $10 lab fee.
                                                                                  8460 DII        5      MARTINEZ, G               ARR           ARR
                                                                                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to
                                                                                  make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
                                                                                  who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class.
                                                                                  Required orientation meeting on 1/6/04 at 4:00 p.m. in W180E.




53 - Distance Learning
                                                                 DISTANCE LEARNING
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY            TIME                   LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
AOT 147                Medical Terminology I                                                         BA       120          Personal Finance
Provides a basic background of medical terminology for the                                           A decision-making approach to personal financial planning. Stu-
medical office. Major topics to be studied are: cells and oncology,                                  dents will use course materials and internet resources to develop
tissues and the integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular                                      personal financial strategies.
system, nervous system, special senses, glands, cardiovascular                                       8184 DII        5     WYSOCKI, C               ARR          ARR
                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
system; blood and lymphatic-immune systems, respiratory system;                                      occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
digestive system; urinary system, reproductive system, pregnancy                                     have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
and human development; and general diseases, lab tests, diagno-
ses, surgery, pharmacology, and therapy. Emphasis is placed on                                       BA       251          Principles of Accounting
identifying and labeling word parts, defining and building medi-                                     Fundamentals of accounting as applied to actual business situa-
cal terms, basic anatomy and becoming familiar with common                                           tions. Introduction to the accounting cycle for service and mer-
diseases of the systems.                                                                             chandising firms controlling to purchases and sales with business
8466 DII        5      MCBURNEY, J               ARR           ARR
                                                                                                     papers, special journals, and subsidiary ledgers.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to            8186 DII        5     MALONE, C                ARR          ARR
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class.   make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
Required orientation meeting on 1/5/04 from 5:15-7:00 p.m. in W180A.                                 who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Wednesday, 1/7/04,
                                                                                                     5:00 p.m., Room B101.
AOT 172                Word Processing I
Develops employable word processing skills and implements                                            BA       252          Principles of Accounting
effective application in a business environment using a word                                         The theory and practice of accounting, including financial state-
processing software, currently Microsoft Word 2002. Topics                                           ments. Emphasis on partnership and corporate accounting. Pre-
covered include all major functions of Word, including margins,                                      requisite: BA 251 or instructor’s permission.
                                                                                                     8188 DII        5     MALONE, C                ARR          ARR
tabs, tables, columns, document enhancement, graphics, merge,                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to
styles, outline, tables of contents, and templates. Preparation for                                  make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
                                                                                                     who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Wednesday, 1/7/04,
Microsoft Office User Certification. Prerequisite: AOT 102. $10 lab                                  5:00 p.m., Room B101.
fee.
8470 DII        5      ALDRIDGE, P               ARR           ARR                                   BA       253          Principles of Accounting
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
                                                                                                     A continuation of BA 252. Introduction of manufacturing and cost
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class.   accounting. Analysis of financial statements, budgeting and cost
Required orientation meeting on 1/7/04 from 5:15-7:00 p.m. in W180E.
                                                                                                     volume analysis. Prerequisite: BA 252.
                                                                                                     8190 DII        5     MALONE, C                ARR          ARR
ANT 101                Anthropology [S/B]                                                            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to
An introduction to the study of human natural history. The course                                    make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
                                                                                                     who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Wednesday, 1/7/04,
will emphasize the evolution of the human species, which led to                                      5:00 p.m., Room B101.
the capacity for social evolution, and how that social accumula-
tion of technology and institutions re-shaped its human inventor.                                    BA       254          Business Law
8200 DII        5      TAFF, M                   ARR           ARR                                   An introduction to the American legal system including its social,
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                     political, and philosophical roots. The court system and judicial
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednes-      procedures are critically examined, and the class inquires exten-
day, 1/7/04, 7:00 p.m., Room L101.
                                                                                                     sively into business torts, crimes, and contracts.
                                                                                                     8192 DII        5     KEY, G                   ARR          ARR
ART      110           Intro to Art [H]                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to
A general survey of fine and applied arts with brief media encoun-                                   make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
                                                                                                     who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Wednesday, 1/7/04,
ters in various areas of art. The class emphasis is on building a                                    6:00 p.m., Room B102.
general appreciation of the techniques, styles and history of art.
8000 DII        5      HO, M                                   ARR                           ARR     BA       255          Business Law
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                     A continuation of BA 254. Topics covered include partnerships,
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance       corporations, real and personal property, financial arrangements,
learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
contact Melody Ho by the second day of class, either via email at mho@columbiabasin.edu or           government regulatory schemes and more.
by phone at ext. 2465.                                                                               8194 DII        5     KEY, G                   ARR          ARR
                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to
8002 DII        5      HO, M                     ARR           ARR                                   make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make       who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Wednesday, 1/7/04,
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who           6:00 p.m., Room B102.
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
contact Melody Ho by the second day of class, either via email at mho@columbiabasin.edu or
by phone at ext. 2465.
                                                                                                     BA       264          Accounting Information Systems
                                                                                                     A comprehensive review of principles through two practice sets;
BA       111           Computerized Accounting                                                       an understanding of document flow through an accounting
This course will require students to use QuickBooks to account                                       system and a corporate computer accounting package. Prerequi-
for service and merchandising businesses. The different modules                                      sites: BA 251 and BA 252.
include Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Payroll and inte-                                     8196 DII        5     WYSOCKI, C               ARR          ARR
                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
gration of Microsoft Excel and Word. Prerequisite: BA 251 and BA                                     occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                     have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
252 or concurrent enrollment in BA 252.
8180 DII        4      WYSOCKI, C                ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make       BA       270          Accounting Review Using Excel
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
                                                                                                     A comprehensive review of accounting principles exercises using
                                                                                                     fundamental tools and techniques available in Excel. A written
BA       111.1         Computerized Accounting Lab                                                   summary of current accounting articles applying accounting
Lab to be taken concurrently with BA 111. $10 lab fee.                                               knowledge. Prerequisites: BA 251, BA 252, and BA 253. Recom-
8182 DII        1      WYSOCKI, C                ARR           ARR                                   mended CA 124, Intermediate Spreadsheets.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make       8198 DII        5     WEND, T                  ARR          ARR
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                                   make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students
                                                                                                     who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. “I” Orientation: Tuesday, 1/6/04, 6:30
                                                                                                     p.m., Room B102.


                                                                                                                                                          Distance Learning - 54
                                                                 DISTANCE LEARNING
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY            TIME                   LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
CA       100           Introduction to Microcomputers                                                CS       113          Introduction to the Internet
Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems                                         Effective use of the Internet is recognized as an important asset
and/or interface systems, Internet access, basic word processing,                                    for professionals in virtually every area of work or study. Students
and spreadsheet software through hands-on experience. Current                                        will learn how to use the Internet in a productive way to access
software package is Office 2000 for Windows XP operating sys-                                        service, resources, and information. Prerequisite: computer experi-
tems. Recommended: keyboarding experience or BT 101 taken                                            ence. $10 lab fee.
concurrently. $10 lab fee.                                                                           8326 DII        2     WINN, D                  ARR          ARR
                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
8300 DII        4      DYE, S                    ARR           ARR                                   occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to            have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/6/04 at
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students          1:00 p.m. in W150.
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class.
Required orientation meeting on 1/6/04 at 4:00 p.m. in W180E.
                                                                                                     CS       161          C++1
CA       172           Word Processing                                                               This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will
Develops employable word processing skills and implements                                            learn the C++ programming language. C++ is an extension of
effective application in a business environment using Microsoft                                      C language, which includes both procedural and object-ori-
Word 2002. Topics covered include all major functions of Word,                                       ented programming. It is the basis for most PC based windows
including margins, tabs, tables, columns, document enhance-                                          programs. Students will learn C++ keywords, control structures,
ment, graphics, merge, styles, outline, tables of contents, and                                      functions, arrays and strings. Prerequisite: MTH 95. Prerequisite
templates. Preparation for Microsoft Office User Certification. Pre-                                 must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class. $10
requisite: CA 100. $10 lab fee.                                                                      lab fee.
8308 DII        5      ALDRIDGE, P               ARR           ARR                                   8330 DII        5     ROBBINS, T               ARR          ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students          occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Internet access is required for this class.   have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/5/04 at
Required orientation meeting on 1/7/04 from 5:15-7:00 p.m. in W180E.                                 5:00 p.m. in W150. .

CS       102           Visual Basic 1                                                                CS       228          Windows Server
This course is an introduction to programming using Visual Basic                                     This course will prepare students to work with Windows Server.
6.0 It is designed for those with little or no programming experi-                                   This course covers topics related to installation, configuration,
ence. Topics include: using Windows, disk and folders, program                                       troubleshooting, and optimization of a Windows Server. Stu-
development cycle, programming tools, fundamentals of pro-                                           dents will learn to set up and maintain users, groups, and file
gramming in Visual Basic, decisions, procedures, repetitions, and                                    systems. The students will learn how to use critical thinking and
arrays. Prerequisite: MTH 95. Prerequisite must be passed with a                                     troubleshooting tools to troubleshoot the server, printers, and
2.0 or better before taking this class. $10 lab fee.                                                 workstations. This class will help to prepare students to pass one
3002 DII        5      DEHAAN, M                 ARR           ARR                                   of the Windows exams. Prerequisite: CS 224. Prerequisite must be
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who           passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class. $10 lab fee.
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/06/04           3048 DII        5     DEHAAN, M                ARR          ARR
at 4:00 p.m. in W150.                                                                                This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
8310 DII        5      DEHAAN, M                 ARR           ARR                                   occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make       have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/06/04
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who           at 3:00 p.m. in W150.
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/06/04
at 4:00 p.m. in W150.                                                                                CS       234          JAVA 2
                                                                                                     JAVA 2 is an intermediate Java course. Students will learn how
CS       106           Database Systems 1
                                                                                                     to define problem domain classes, GUI classes, and data access
This is a database course designed to teach students how to create,
                                                                                                     classes. In addition, students will learn to create Java applications
modify, and use relational databases using Microsoft Access 2002.
                                                                                                     and applets and distribute them. Prerequisite: CS 215 or instruc-
Additional topics will include: creating tables, queries, forms, and
                                                                                                     tor’s permission. Prerequisite must be passed with a 2.0 or better
reports. Sharing information with other office programs, creating
                                                                                                     before taking this class. $10 lab fee.
data access pages, creating advanced queries, forms and reports,                                     8347 DII        5     ROBBINS, T               ARR          ARR
managing database objects, and creating macros modules will                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
                                                                                                     occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
also be covered. Prerequisite: CA 100 or instructor’s permission.                                    have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/5/04 at
Prerequisite must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this                                  5:00 p.m. in W150.
class. $10 lab fee.
8318 DII        5      WOLF, D                   ARR           ARR                                   ED       135          Career Planning Strategies
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make       An introductory course designed to assist students in gaining
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/06/04           insight and awareness into interests, values, skills, and the deci-
at 4:00 p.m. in W144.                                                                                sion-making processes necessary for successful career and life
                                                                                                     planning. $25 test fee.
CS       110           Windows Operating Systems 1
                                                                                                     8744 DI         2     DE LEON, C               ARR          ARR
This is an operating system course using Windows. Topics include
using Explorer, organizing disks, managing files, system mainte-                                     ENG 201               Advanced English Composition [C]
nance, customizing computer systems, using commands, trouble-                                        An advanced expository writing course, focusing on research es-
shooting tools, understanding registry, understanding hardware                                       say and other aspects of college writing. Prerequisite: ENG 101.
problems, resolving start-up problems, solving printer problems,                                     8068 DII        5     SEALY, B                 ARR          ARR
                                                                                                     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
and optimizing computer systems. Prerequisite: CA 100. Prereq-                                       occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
uisite must be passed with a 2.0 or better before taking this class.                                 have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
                                                                                                     learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
$10 lab fee.                                                                                         contact Brad Sealy by the second day of class, either via email at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu
8324 DII        5      MIJIC, M                  ARR           ARR                                   or by phone at ext. 2760.
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make       8074 DII        5     DECHTER, K               ARR          ARR
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Required orientation meeting on 1/5/04 at         to make occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for stu-
4:00 p.m. in W150.                                                                                   dents who have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. Orientation times are listed at
                                                                                                     www.ColumbiaBasin.edu under the Distance Learning heading. Those unable to attend must
                                                                                                     contact Kathy Dechter by the second day of class, via email at Kathy.Dechter@columbiabasin
                                                                                                     .edu or at ext. 2331.




55 - Distance Learning
                                                               DISTANCE LEARNING
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                DAY            TIME                  LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY           TIME                   LOCATION
ENG 205               Technical Writing [C]                                                        LIT      226          American Literature [H]
This course emphasizes students’ technical communication skills                                    A survey of American literature from the Civil War to World War I.
for use in the workplace and other academic settings. Students                                     Prerequisite: ENG 101 or concurrent.
will employ various methods of analyzing and writing for different                                 8094 DII        5      LEE, M                    ARR          ARR
                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
audiences and purposes. Students will also use traditional and                                     occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
online resources for problem solving, research, documentation,                                     have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
and editing. Prerequisite: ENG 101.
8872 DII        5      PEDERSEN, R              ARR           ARR
                                                                                                   MTH 084               Algebra/Geometry
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make     This introductory course includes signed number operations, al-
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance     gebraic concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates,
learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
contact Bob Pedersen by the second day of class, either via email at bpedersen@columbiabasi
                                                                                                   angles, triangles, and area and volume. For the student who has
n.edu or by phone at ext. 2387.                                                                    never taken algebra or who needs a refresher before enrolling in
                                                                                                   MTH 91. Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)
HE       220          Drugs and Health                                                             where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted. Prereq-
This course is designed to achieve physiological knowledge and                                     uisite: MTH 82 with appropriate TABE score or MTH 83 or ASSET/
awareness of chemical use and abuse as it relates to the student’s                                 Compass test placement.
total well-being.                                                                                  8508 DII        2      LIEBLER, N                ARR          ARR
8408 DI         3      VLADIMIROFF              ARR           ARR                          ARR     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead               occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in        have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.
course subject matter. $30.00 fee.
8400 DII        3      STOKER, L                ARR           ARR                                  MTH 130               Math Appreciation [M/S] [Q/SR]
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead
students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in
                                                                                                   This class is designed for the student who has successfully com-
course subject matter. $30.00 fee.                                                                 pleted intermediate algebra. The course will attempt to make
                                                                                                   mathematics enjoyable, practical, understandable and informa-
HE       240          Stress Management                                                            tive using a variety of real-life applications. Topics include linear,
A study of the causes of human stress and how to manage or min-                                    quadratic, exponential and logarithmic models; geometry, tessel-
imize this stress. Theories, implications, and techniques such as                                  lations, fractals, logic, interest, annuities, loans, probability and
muscle relaxation, meditation, and biofeedback are emphasized.                                     statistics. The class will satisfy the quantitative skills requirement for
8410 DI         3      VLADIMIROFF              ARR           ARR                                  the A.A. degree. Prerequisite: grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 95 or
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead
students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in        ASSET test placement.
course subject matter. $30.00 fee.
                                                                                                   8516 DII        5      BOURAMA, T                ARR          ARR
8402 DII        3      STOKER, L                ARR           ARR                                  Students will be required to make occasional visits to the campus for testing. Students who
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead               have not previously taken an online class at CBC must also attend a WebCT orientation (WebCT
students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in        orientation dates are listed in the quarterly schedule). $30.00 fee. Required orientation meeting
course subject matter. $30.00 fee.                                                                 on 1/5/04 @ 5:00 PM in room T165. Contact Toure Bourama at tourebourama@columbiabasin
                                                                                                   .edu for further information. This course is conducted primarily through the internet.
8404 DII        3      CLARY, C                 ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who         MTH 143               Basic Statistics [M/S] [Q/SR]
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must       A course especially suited for the non-physical science major such
contact Cathy Clary by the second day of class, either via email at claryc@columbiabasin.edu
or by phone at ext. 2309.
                                                                                                   as business, behavioral sciences, computer science, etc. A study of
                                                                                                   both descriptive and inferential statistics, it includes measures of
HIS      101          World Civilizations [H]                                                      central tendency, probability, sampling methods, hypothesis test-
A study of world civilizations from their origins through late antiq-                              ing, linear regression and correlation. Prerequisite: grade of 2.0 or
uity. Emphasis will be placed upon Western, East Asian, and South                                  better in MTH 95 or ASSET test placement.
Asian civilizations. Philosophies, religions, and political and social                             8517 DII        5      BOURAMA, T                ARR          ARR
                                                                                                   Students will be required to make occasional visits to the campus for testing. Students who
systems will be covered.                                                                           have not previously taken an online class at CBC must also attend a WebCT orientation (WebCT
8204 DII        5      WOODS, M                 ARR           ARR                                  orientation dates are listed in the quarterly schedule). $30.00 fee. Required orientation meeting
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make     on 1/5/04 @ 6:00 PM in room T165. Contact Toure Bourama at tourebourama@columbiabasin
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who         .edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the internet.
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday,
1/5/04, 6:00 p.m., Room W140.                                                                      MTH 154               Precalculus I [M/S]
                                                                                                   Precalculus I together with Precalculus II is designed to prepare
ICS      125          Native American Culture [H]
                                                                                                   the student for entry into the calculus sequence: MTH 231, MTH
An introduction to the history and culture of Native American
                                                                                                   232, MTH 233 and MTH 234. The topics include absolute value,
peoples. The situation of Native Americans in contemporary
                                                                                                   complex numbers, linear and quadratic equations, rational, poly-
society is also discussed with particular focus on issues of tribal
                                                                                                   nomial, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions,
sovereignty.
                                                                                                   theory of equations, and sequences and series. Prerequisite:
8109 DII        5      ARNOLD, D                ARR           ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make     grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 95 or ASSET test placement. Stu-
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday,
                                                                                                   dents completing MTH 154 may not receive graduation credit for
1/6/04, 6:00 p.m., Room L102.                                                                      MTH 157.
                                                                                                   8519 DII        5      MEIER, P                  ARR          ARR
LIT      150          Intro to Literature [H]                                                      Students will be required to make occasional visits to the campus for testing. Students who
                                                                                                   have not previously taken an online class at CBC must also attend a WebCT orientation (WebCT
This course focuses on reading and analyzing prose, poetry and                                     orientation dates are listed in the quarterly schedule). $30.00 fee. Required orientation meeting
                                                                                                   on 1/5/04 @ 8:00 PM in room T165. Contact Paul Meier at paulmeier@columbiabasin.edu for
drama and is designed to help students develop a method of                                         further information. This course is conducted primarily through the internet.
reading and evaluating literature. Prerequisite: ENG 101 or con-
current.                                                                                           MUS 115               Music Appreciation [H]
8096 DII        5      MATHESIUS, M             ARR           ARR                                  The study of musical literature from early times to the present. Em-
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who         phasis on listening and enjoyment through the use of recordings,
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
                                                                                                   attendance at concerts, and films.
contact Matt Mathesius by the second day of class, either via email at mathesiusm@columbiab        8040 DII        5      PAUL, D                   ARR          ARR
asin.edu or by phone ext. 2215.                                                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
                                                                                                   occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                   have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
                                                                                                   learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
                                                                                                   contact Don Paul by the second day of class, either via email at dpaul@columbiabasin.edu.
                                                                                                   Four on campus tests are required.

                                                                                                                                                          Distance Learning - 56
                                                                DISTANCE LEARNING
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                               COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY           TIME                   LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION
MUS 116               History of Jazz [H]                                                           SOC      150          Marriage-Family [S/B]
The evolution of jazz and the development of black music in white                                   The family is discussed in broad sociobiological, historical and
America. This is an intercultural humanities course. Emphasis on                                    comparative perspectives. Modern family life is analyzed after
listening and enjoyment through the use of recordings, atten-                                       conceptual frameworks have been developed.
dance at concerts, and films.                                                                       8210 DI         5     MASON, C                 ARR          ARR
                                                                                                    Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead
8042 DII        5      CLARK, D                  ARR          ARR                                   students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make      course subject matter. $30.00 fee. In addition, instructor orientation: Thursday, 1/8/04, 6:00
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who          p.m., Room L102.
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.

NFS      111          Nutrition & Food Science [M/S]                                                SPE      111          Communication Behavior [C]
Principles of nutrition as they apply to macro-nutrients. Economic,                                 This course is recommended for students seeking to improve their
cultural and psychological influences are considered. The need                                      communication with friends, family and co-workers. It is designed
for vitamins, minerals, and special nutritional requirements at dif-                                to heighten the student’s awareness of personality styles and
ferent stages of the life cycle, and special topics of current concern                              communication behaviors and their respective impact on interper-
are included.                                                                                       sonal and group communication.
                                                                                                    8088 DII        5     CLARY, C                 ARR          ARR
8606 DII        5      BARTON, D                 ARR          ARR                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make      occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who          have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                                  learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
                                                                                                    contact Cathy Clary by the second day of class, either via email at claryc@columbiabasin.edu
PHY      100          Concepts of Physics [M/S]                                                     or by phone at ext. 2309.

Introduces the principles and concepts of physics using elemen-
                                                                                                    SPE      260          Multicultural Communications [C]
tary algebraic procedures. Selected topics from classical and mod-
                                                                                                    Multicultural Communications will teach the student culturally-
ern physics. Primarily for the non-science major. Prerequisite: MTH
                                                                                                    sensitive methods of identifying basic problems involving com-
91 or MTH 96.
                                                                                                    munication failures across ethnic and racial settings. The course is
8592 DII        4      SIDIBE, A                 ARR          ARR
Students will be required to make occasional visits to the campus for testing. Students who         designed to encourage participants to explore their own cultural
have not previously taken an online class at CBC must also attend a WebCT orientation (WebCT        identities in relationship to their cultures and those of others in
orientation dates are listed in the quarterly schedule). $30.00 fee. Required orientation meeting
on 1/5/04 @ 7:00 PM in room T165. Contact Aissata Sidibe at aissatasidibe@columbiabasin.edu         order to improve the quality of their interpersonal communication
for further information. This course is conducted primarily through the internet.
                                                                                                    skills. They will also learn to apply various multicultural approaches
PHY      100.1        Concepts of Physics Lab [M/S]                                                 to behavior modification, racism, sexism, the valuing of cultural
8594 DII        1      SIDIBE, A                 ARR          ARR                          S151     diversity, collaboration, and the move toward inherent pluralism.
$10 lab fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be re-      8090 DII        5     BACON, J                 ARR          ARR
quired to make occasional visits to campus. WebCT orientations are available for students who       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.                                                  occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
                                                                                                    have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
                                                                                                    learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
PSY      101          General Psychology [S/B]                                                      contact Julie Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu
Introduction to the basic principles of human behavior. Some                                        or by phone at ext. 2331.
areas of study are personality and learning theory, neurobiology,
motivation, thinking, memory, mental disorders and therapy.                                         THA      215          Survey of Theatre History [H]
8212 DI         5      WHITNEY, D                ARR          ARR                                   This is a survey course that will cover significant trends and in-
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead                novations throughout theatre history from its inception in ancient
students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in
course subject matter. $30.00 fee. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday 1/7/04, 6:        Greece through the present. The emphasis, however, will be on
00 p.m., Room L102.                                                                                 early theatre and its development and evolution.
8214 DII        5      MEADOWS, D                ARR          ARR                                   8034 DII        5     CAMPBELL, R              ARR          ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who          occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednes-     have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC. These are listed at the top of the distance
day, 1/7/04, 6:00 p.m., Room L101.                                                                  learning section of the schedule. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must
                                                                                                    contact Ronn Campbell by the second day of class, either via email at ronn.campbell@columib
                                                                                                    abasin.edu or by phone at ext 2334.
RDG 110               Study Techniques
Students become active learners by developing academic study
strategies for college. Topics include needs assessments, campus
resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, test
preparation and taking, and more. This is a directed learning
course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC). In-
struction includes textbook and Web activities. $5 Testing Fee.
8822 DII       1- 3    OATES, J                  ARR          ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students also may be required to make
occasional visits to campus. $30.00 fee. WebCT orientations are available for students who
have not previously taken an on-line class at CBC.

SOC      101          Intro to Sociology [S/B]
Introduction to the scientific study of society. Emphasis on rela-
tionship of the individual to society, inequality, social institutions,
and deviant behavior.
8208 DI         5      ARSHAD, F                 ARR          ARR
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead
students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in
course subject matter. $30.00 fee. Instructor Orientation: Tuesday, 1/6/04, 6:00 p.m., Room
L107.




57 - Distance Learning
                                                            SENIORS CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR            DAY       TIME               LOCATION      LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR   DAY   TIME        LOCATION

                       SENIORS CLASSES
Seniors classes cost $17.50. All classes meet for eight weeks beginning the week of
January 5, 2004. Call (509) 547-0511 ext. 2706 for more information. Registration
form can be found on Page 13.

SNR     015          Senior Fitness
Instructor’s permission required.
7900 AA        0      ESTLUND, S         MTWThFSa    ARR                     G106

SNR     016          Yoga for Seniors
A hatha yoga class designed especially for seniors; learn physical
exercises, breathing exercises and meditation practice.
7902 AA        0      LEAHY, E             TTh        8:00AM- 9:00AM       G103F

SNR     030          Watercolors I
Beginners explore the world of watercolor. Learn about color,
paper, brush strokes, paint and laying in washes. Create different
textures and use special techniques.
9784 AC        0      KENNEDY, R            M         1:00PM- 4:00PM        F105*

SNR     032          Art Oils I & II
Still Life using the basics of oil painting. The basics of oil painting
techniques will be demonstrated and taught individually; includ-
ing: brush strokes, color use, depth perception to make complet-
ed paintings for beginning and intermediate students.
7914 AA        0      JOHNSON, E            M         1:00PM- 4:00PM
Class meets @ Kennewick Senior Center.

SNR     037          Drawing II
The fall quarter is designated exclusively to drawing the human
figure. We will study proportions, construction and moveable
parts. The class will advance one step at a time to learn this fasci-
nating art form.
7920 AA        0      RAVEN, J              F        12:30PM- 3:30PM
Class meets @ Pasco Senior Center.

SNR     052          Conversational Spanish
To use everyday language with the book Spanish Made Simple,
basic grammar is learned at the same time conversation is prac-
ticed.
9790 AC        0      ROOS, J               W        12:00PM- 3:00PM        F015*

SNR     061          Computer I & II
An overview of computer related topics to develop an under-
standing of the basics, learn computer terms, and acquire funda-
mental skills in software programs, i.e. word processors. This class
is for the absolute beginner.
9792 AC        0      BLANKENSHIP           F         9:00AM-11:30AM        E110*

SNR     073          Quilting/Sewing Arts
In Beginning Quilting we will cover tools required, choosing fab-
rics, lor value, and correct batting. Included also is squaring and
joining blocks, sashing, cornerstones, boarders and much more.
7928 AA        0      STEPHENS, J           Th       12:30PM- 3:30PM         F107

SNR     076          Sew It And Love It
Update your knowledge of new fabrics, care, cost, and how to
sew. Short cuts for easy and fun projects. Alter to fit your body,
make patterns, change one for a different look, match plaid and
prints, alterations on ready made garments. Projects for the home,
demonstrations upon request. All levels of expertise.
7934 AA        0      FINK, M               M        12:30PM- 3:30PM
Class meets @ Pasco Senior Center.




                   *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                                                                              Seniors Classes - 58
                                                  WEEKEND CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR      DAY     TIME             LOCATION   LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR              DAY          TIME              LOCATION
Adult Basic Education (ABE)                                              CHM 286.4             Undergraduate Research, Special Topic
All levels of ABE/GED are offered during the day and evening at          5180 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T                F           8:00AM- 4:00PM        S141
                                                                                               GRANT, K                 F           8:00AM- 4:00PM        S141
the Pasco and Richland campuses as well as at various locations          $10 lab fee.
throughout the community. For information on assessment and
registration times, please call 547-0511 ext.2301.                       CHM 286.5             Undergraduate Research, Special Topic
                                                                         5182 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T                F           8:00AM- 4:00PM        S141
AG       201.1        Soils Lab                                                                GRANT, K                 F           8:00AM- 4:00PM        S141
                                                                         $10 lab fee.
Laboratory studies to examine soils and how they impact agricul-
ture. Concurrent enrollment in AG 201 required.                          CHM 286.6             Undergraduate Research, Special Topic
6014 AA        1      WIRTH, G           F   9:00AM-11:00AM      K101    5184 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T                F           8:00AM- 4:00PM        S141
                                                                                               GRANT, K                 F           8:00AM- 4:00PM        S141
AMT 112               Electrical Systems                                 $10 lab fee.
A class covering electrical basics, electronics, test equipment, wir-
ing circuitry, and basic diagnosis of starting and charging systems.     CA       100          Introduction to Microcomputers
Students in the lab will diagnose and repair light circuits, wiring      Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems
systems and basic starting and charging systems. This class is de-       and/or interface systems, Internet access, basic word processing,
signed for autobody students. Prerequisites: ASSET test placement        and spreadsheet software through hands-on experience. Current
with math minimum 32 and reading minimum 35 or instructor’s              software package is Office 2000 for Windows XP operating sys-
permission.                                                              tems. Recommended: keyboarding experience or BT 101 taken
6304 AA        2      STAFF              F   8:00AM-11:00AM     V132A    concurrently. $10 lab fee.
                                                                         9908 08        4      DYE, S                   F          7:15AM-11:30AM
BIO      105.1        Cell Biology Lab                                   9909 09        4      DYE, S                   F          12:30PM- 4:45PM
The structure and functions of the cell covering the levels of or-       Class meets @ WorkSource in Kennewick. First class meets Friday 01/09/04. Recommended:
                                                                         Keyboarding experience or AOT 101 taken concurrently. $10 lab fee.
ganic complexity from molecules to tissues. The use of models,           8306 YB        4      LUND, E                  F           5:00PM- 9:30PM     W180D
microscope slides and physiological experiments illustrate cellular
structure and function. Prerequisite:high school chemistry, CHM          CS       102          Visual Basic 1
100.0/100.1 or CHM 101.0/101.1.                                          This course is an introduction to programming using Visual Basic
5106 AA        1      STARK, R           F   9:10AM-11:10AM      S153    6.0. It is designed for those with little or no programming experi-
5110 CA
$10 lab fee.
               1      STAFF              F   12:30PM- 2:30PM     S153    ence. Topics include: using Windows, disk and folders, program
                                                                         development cycle, programming tools, fundamentals of pro-
BPR      106          Blueprint Reading I (WT)                           gramming in Visual Basic, decisions, procedures, repetitions, and
The first course in a two-fold series for welding students with the      arrays. Prerequisite: MTH 95. Prerequisite must be passed with a
emphasis on first-time basis blueprint reading. Course is designed       2.0 or better before taking this class. $10 lab fee.
to help students understand how to gain pertinent information            8316 YB        5      COOPER, J                F           5:00PM- 9:30PM      W150
from plans and specs.                                                    DHYG 122.1            Oral Radiology II Lab
8640 WB        3      GUILBAULT, F       F   6:00PM- 9:00PM      V127    4306 AA        1      OGDEN, J                 F          10:00AM-12:00PM        T140
                                                                                               OGDEN, J                 F          1:00PM- 3:00PM         T140
BPR      206          Blueprint Reading II (WT)
The second course in the series with the emphasis on pipe isomet-        ECE      114          STARS 10 HR Continuing Ed
rics. The course is designed to provide the student with the ability     This class meets the STARS, Washington State Training and Regis-
to read and draw pipe isometrics for fabrication. Prerequisite: BPR      try System, requirements for child care providers. Instruction will
106.                                                                     address one or more of the core competency areas including
8642 WB        3      GUILBAULT, F       F   6:00PM- 9:00PM      V127    child growth, development and learning; curriculum develop-
                                                                         ment; child guidance; communication; health, safety and nutri-
CHM 286               Special Topics Undergrad Research                  tion; administration; professionalism; environmental design; fam-
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of              ily systems; cultural and individual diversity; and observation and
chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses. By         assessment.
arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a special        8732 WB        1      SMITH, B                 F           5:00PM- 8:00PM       A024
topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate in     Class meets March 5-6, 2004. Call 547-0511 x2640 for information.
undergraduate research (either alone or with other students). Pre-
requisite: CHM 100/101.1 with a grade of 2.0 or higher or high           ENG 087               Writing Skills
school chemistry with a grade of B or higher. Instructor’s permis-       This class is for students needing individualized instruction to
sion is also required to enroll. Note: credits earned in this course     improve their proficiency in basic writing skills. After interpreting
cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC         diagnostic testing in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC),
chemistry courses.                                                       the instructor develops a program for each student. The grade
5172 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T          F   8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141    is pass/no-credit. Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center
                      GRANT, K           F   8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141    (LOC) where instruction is conducted in a lab format.
$10 lab fee.
                                                                         9867    WK     1      LEE,   M                 Sa         8:30AM-10:30AM        A221
                                                                         9869    WK     2      LEE,   M                 Sa         8:30AM-12:30PM        A221
CHM 286.1             Undergraduate Research, Special Topic              9871    WK     1      LEE,   M                 Sa         9:30AM-11:30AM        A221
5174 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T          F   8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141    9873    WK     1      LEE,   M                 Sa         10:30AM-12:30PM       A221
                      GRANT, K           F   8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141
$10 lab fee.
                                                                         ENG 091               Grammar Skills
CHM 286.2             Undergraduate Research, Special Topic
                                                                         A review of basic grammar including sample writing, sentence
5176 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T          F   8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141    structure, usage, and mechanics. The grade is pass/no credit.
                      GRANT, K           F   8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141    Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where
$10 lab fee.                                                             instruction is provided in a lab format.
                                                                         9875    WK     1      LEE,   M                 Sa         8:30AM-10:30AM        A221
CHM 286.3             Undergraduate Research, Special Topic              9877    WK     2      LEE,   M                 Sa         8:30AM-12:30PM        A221
5178 AA        1- 3   HUBLER, T          F   8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141    9879    WK     1      LEE,   M                 Sa         9:30AM-11:30AM        A221
                      GRANT, K           F   8:00AM- 4:00PM      S141    9881    WK     1      LEE,   M                 Sa         10:30AM-12:30PM       A221
$10 lab fee.




59 - Weekend Classes                                                                        *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                                WEEKEND CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                        COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR             DAY           TIME                 LOCATION      LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR     DAY     TIME            LOCATION
ENG 099              Writing Prep II                                                         MTH 084            Algebra/Geometry
An intensive composition course designed to prepare students for                             This introductory course includes signed number operations, al-
college reading and writing. Successful completion of this course                            gebraic concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates,
will make the student eligible for ENG 101. Prerequisite: ENG 98                             angles, triangles, and area and volume. For the student who has
or an ASSET score between 39-42.                                                             never taken algebra or who needs a refresher before enrolling in
9866 WK        5     BICKENHEUSER             F           5:00PM- 7:10PM           F013*     MTH 91. Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)
                     BICKENHEUSER             Sa          8:00AM-10:10AM           F107*     where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted. Prereq-
HS      231          Adolescent Chemical Depend Assessment                                   uisite: MTH 82 with appropriate TABE score or MTH 83 or ASSET/
                     and Counsel Treatment
                                                                                             Compass test placement.
                                                                                             9860 WK       2    LEE, M            Sa      8:30AM-12:30PM     A221
This course will explore in-depth the various needs of the chemi-
cally dependent adolescent, including specific assessment and                                MTH 095            Intermediate Algebra
counseling techniques. Models of adolescent chemical depen-                                  This course is a prerequisite for a multitude of mathematics and
dency treatment will be studied as well as their effectiveness.                              computer science classes. The course is a rapid coverage of 2nd
2710 AA        3     OCHOA, T                SaSu         9:00AM- 5:00PM            V120     year high school level algebra. Topics include factoring, quadratic
DRW 106              Industrial Drawing
                                                                                             equations, fractions and fractional equations, exponents and
A basic course in technique of sketching and drawing. The weld-                              radicals, lines, linear systems, inequalities, functions and graphs.
ing student will learn to create orthographic, obliques, and iso-                            A grade of 2.0 or better in this course satisfies the Intermediate
metric renderings. The course also teaches dimensioning for the                              Algebra Proficiency requirement for the Associate in Arts degree.
welding shop fabrication drawings.                                                           Prerequisite: a grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 91 or ASSET place-
8646 WB        2     GUILBAULT, F              F          6:00PM- 9:00PM            V127
                                                                                             ment.
                                                                                             9862 WK       5    STAFF             F       5:00PM- 7:30PM     D104
IFA     103          CPR                                                                                        STAFF             Sa      9:00AM-11:30AM     D104
This course covers risk factors, prudent heart living, adult, child,                         MTH 234            Multi-variable Calculus [M/S] [Q/SR]
and infant CPR and airway obstruction training. Successful com-                              An introduction to the calculus applied to functions of two or
pletion leads to a Healthcare Provider card if needed.                                       three variables. Topics include three-dimensional space curves,
4802 AA        1     PATRICK, J                F          ARR                       G103
Contact the instructor at 547-0511 ext 2259 or jpatrick@cbc2.org for the specific date and   vector-valued functions, curvature, motion of a particle in space,
time of the class.                                                                           partial derivatives, differentials, directional derivatives, multiple
                                                                                             integration, vector fields, line integrals, Green’s Theorem, surface
MTH 080              Whole Numbers                                                           integrals, the Divergence Theorem and Stoke’s Theorem. Prereq-
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Class held in                           uisite: grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 233 or equivalent.
the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is                                 9864 WK       5    STAFF             F       5:00PM- 7:20PM     D105
provided in a lab format unless otherwise noted. Prerequisite:                                                  STAFF             Sa      8:00AM-11:00AM     D105
ASSET/Compass test placement.
9842 WK        1     LEE, M                   Sa          8:30AM-10:30AM            A221     MUS 172            Ear Training Fundamentals
9846 WK        1     LEE, M                   Sa          9:30AM-11:30AM            A221     This class will focus on developing the skills to correctly identify
9848 WK        1     LEE, M                   Sa          10:30AM-12:30PM           A221     triads in 1st and 2nd inversion, basic chord progressions, and ca-
MTH 081              Fractions                                                               dences. This class should be taken concurrently with MUS 102.
                                                                                             0430 AA       1    BURROUGHS, R      F       9:10AM-10:10AM     P103
Fraction operations and word problems. Class held in the Learn-
ing Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is provided in                              MUS 275            Advanced Ear Training
a lab format unless otherwise noted. Prerequisite: MTH 080 or                                This class will focus on developing the skills to correctly notate
ASSET/Compass placement.                                                                     chord progressions using inversions, 2-part melodic dictation and
9850 WK        1     LEE, M                   Sa          8:30AM-10:30AM            A221     identification of chromatically altered chords. This class should be
9852 WK        1     LEE, M                   Sa          9:30AM-11:30AM            A221     taken concurrently with MUS 205.
9854 WK        1     LEE, M                   Sa          10:30AM-12:30PM           A221
                                                                                             9338 AA       1    BURROUGHS, R      F       8:00AM- 8:50AM     P103
MTH 082              Measures/Decimals/Percentages
                                                                                             PL      147        Computers in a Law Environment
Decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, measurements and                                    This course will assist the student to use specific computer soft-
graphs. Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)                                ware and use computer capability to complete legal documents,
where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted. Prereq-                            conduct research, and coordinate paralegal activities.
uisite: MTH 81.                                                                              8166 WK       1    FEENEY, K         Sa      9:00AM-12:00PM    W150
9856 WK        2     LEE, M                   Sa          8:30AM-12:30PM            A221
                                                                                             PED     088        Parent-Toddler
MTH 083              Review Basics
                                                                                             Parents and child(ren) ages 24 to 36 months attend school to-
A review of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, power                              gether once a week. A quality early childhood program taught
and square roots, measurement and metrics, word problems                                     by an early childhood specialist is offered to the children. Parents
(fractions, decimals, percentages) and tables and graphs. Class                              assist in the classroom with developmentally appropriate activities.
held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruc-                               During group discussion lead by a parent education instructor,
tion is a lab format unless otherwise noted. Prerequiste: MTH 82                             parents develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify personal
or ASSET/Compass placement.                                                                  child rearing values, explore child guidance techniques, and
9858 WK        2     DALPIAZ, P               Sa          8:30AM-12:30PM            A221
                                                                                             discuss contemporary family issues. Call the Parent Education
                                                                                             Department at 509 547-0511 ext. 2640 to register.
                                                                                             9230 BC     1- 2   NEMZEK, S         F       9:15AM-11:15AM   Q110*
                                                                                                                PRUSSING, L       F       9:15AM-11:15AM   Q110*




                   *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                                                Weekend Classes - 60
                                              WEEKEND CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR   DAY      TIME           LOCATION    LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR    DAY      TIME              LOCATION
RDG 079          Spelling                                             RDG 115             Vocabulary Improvement
This course teaches students how to improve their spelling            This class teaches students how to expand their vocabularies with
through the use of spelling rules and “in-context” exercises. Grad-   emphasis on Greek and Latin root words. Also included are words
ing is pass/no credit. Class held in the Learning Opportunities       often confused and misused, descriptive words, action words,
Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format.                       name derivatives, and words from various academic disciplines.
9870    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      8:30AM-10:30AM     A221    Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where in-
9872    WK   2    LEE,   M         Sa      8:30AM-12:30PM     A221    struction is a lab format.
9874    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      9:30AM-11:30AM     A221
                                                                      9646    WK    1     LEE,   M         Sa     8:30AM-10:30AM       A221
9876    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      10:30AM-12:30PM    A221
                                                                      9648    WK    2     LEE,   M         Sa     8:30AM-12:30PM       A221
                                                                      9650    WK    1     LEE,   M         Sa     9:30AM-11:30AM       A221
RDG 081          Study Techniques
                                                                      9652    WK    1     LEE,   M         Sa     10:30AM-12:30PM      A221
Students become active learners by developing academic study
strategies for college. Topics include needs assessments, campus      SPE     110         Communication Behavior [C]
resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, test      An introduction to the basic elements that impact our commu-
preparation and taking, and more. This is a directed learning         nication with each other. The course is designed to illustrate to
course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC). In-        the student the reasons for communication failures in two-party
struction includes textbook and Web activities. $5 Testing Fee.       and small-group situations. Among other areas, active listening,
9878    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      10:30AM-12:30PM    A221    conflict communication, self-esteem, and assertiveness will be
9880    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      9:30AM-11:30AM     A221    covered.
9882    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      8:30AM-10:30AM     A221
                                                                      9894 WK       3     FLEISCHMAN       Sa      8:00AM- 5:00PM      B101
9884    WK   2    LEE,   M         Sa      8:30AM-12:30PM     A221
                                                                      SPE     141         Debate I
RDG 084          Vocabulary Improvement
This developmental vocabulary class teaches students how to in-       Provides investigation and practice in oral problem solving
crease their vocabulary using an “in-context” approach. Two levels    through debate format. Includes principles of argumentation and
of text are available, based on reading level. Grading is pass/no     analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence reasoning, and
credit. Class held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)         logic detection of fallacies, structure of arguments and methods
where instruction is a lab format.                                    of refutation and rebuttal. The student is expected to attend a
9886    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      9:30AM-11:30AM     A221
                                                                      minimum of two debate tournaments. Prerequisite: SPE 101 or
9888    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      10:30AM-12:30PM    A221    equivalent recommended.
9890    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      8:30AM-10:30AM     A221    0326 AA       2     FISHER, S        F       9:30AM-11:30AM      D104
9892    WK   2    LEE,   M         Sa      8:30AM-12:30PM     A221
                                                                      SPE     142         Debate II
RDG 089          Speed Reading                                        Provides investigation and practice in oral problem solving
This class is designed to increase reading speed, and to improve      through debate format. Includes principles of argumentation and
reading comprehension and vocabulary through the use of               analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence reasoning, and
computer software. Grading is pass/no credit. Class is held in the    logic detection of fallacies, structure of arguments and methods
Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab        of refutation and rebuttal. The student is expected to attend a
format.                                                               minimum of two debate tournaments. Prerequisite: SPE 101 or
9616    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      8:30AM-10:30AM     A221    equivalent recommended.
9618    WK   2    LEE,   M         Sa      8:30AM-12:30PM     A221    0328 AA       2     FISHER, S        F       9:30AM-11:30AM      D104
9620    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      9:30AM-11:30AM     A221
9622    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      10:30AM-12:30PM    A221    SPE     143         Debate III
RDG 105          Speed Reading                                        Provides investigation and practice in oral problem solving
This class is designed to increase reading speed, and to improve      through debate format. Includes principles of argumentation and
reading comprehension and vocabulary through the use of com-          analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence reasoning, and
puter software. Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center    logic detection of fallacies, structure of arguments and methods
(LOC) where instruction is a lab format.                              of refutation and rebuttal. The student is expected to attend a
9626    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      8:30AM-10:30AM     A221    minimum of two debate tournaments. Prerequisite: SPE 101 or
9628    WK   2    LEE,   M         Sa      8:30AM-12:30PM     A221    equivalent recommended.
9630    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      9:30AM-11:30AM     A221    0330 AA       2     FISHER, S        F       9:30AM-11:30AM      D104
9632    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      10:30AM-12:30PM    A221
                                                                      WT      102.1       Introduction to Shield Metal Arc Welding
RDG 110          Study Techniques                                     An introduction to mild steel arc welding, consisting of manipula-
Students become active learners by developing academic study          tive skills using the shield metal arc process with E6010 type mild
strategies for college. Topics include needs assessments, campus      steel electrode. Prerequisite: ASSET test placement with a math
resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, test      minimum of 32 and a reading minimum of 35 or instructor’s
preparation and taking, and more. This is a directed learning         permission.
course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC). In-        6808 CA      1- 9   CURRY, D         Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM      V128
struction includes textbook and Web activities. $5 Testing Fee.       6810 DA      1- 9   CURRY, D         Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM      V130
9636    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      8:30AM-10:30AM     A221
9638    WK   2    LEE,   M         Sa      8:30AM-12:30PM     A221    WT      103.1       Advanced Shield Metal Arc Welding
9640    WK   1    LEE,   M         Sa      9:30AM-11:30AM     A221    This course will develop welding skills to meet AWS and ASME
9642    WK   2    LEE,   M         Sa      10:30AM-12:30PM    A221    standards using the shielded metal arc process. Prerequisites: WT
                                                                      101.1 and WT 102.1 or instructors permission.
                                                                      6820 CA      1- 9   CURRY, D         Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM      V130

                                                                      WT      104.1       Shield Metal Arc Welding Certification
                                                                      Advanced development of arc welding skills to meet AWS, WABO,
                                                                      and ASME certification standards using the shielded metal pro-
                                                                      cess. Prerequisite: WT 103.1 or the instructor’s permission.
                                                                      6826 CA      1- 9   CURRY, D         Sa      7:00AM- 1:00PM      V130




61 - Weekend Classes                                                                    *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                WEEKEND CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR    DAY       TIME             LOCATION   LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR   DAY     TIME       LOCATION
WT      105.1      Gas Metal Arc Welding (Mig) Certificate
An introduction to gas metal arc welding, consisting of manipula-
tive skills using the gas metal arc process. Prerequisite: WT 103,
103.1 or 104.1 or the instructors permission.
6832 CA     1- 9   CURRY, D         Sa       7:00AM- 1:00PM      V130

WT      130.1      Metallic Arc Refresher
Designed primarily for people who need upgrading in shielded
metallic arc welding. Includes instruction and practice for upgrad-
ing skills, test qualifications and special application. Prerequisite:
trade experience. A test may be given to verify experience.
6836 BA     1-10 CURRY, D           Sa       7:00AM- 1:00PM      V130

WT      201.1      Intro Pipe Welding
An introduction to pipe welding using mild steel pipe and the
shield metal arc process with E6010 covered electrode. Develop
the necessary welding skills and techniques to prepare for certifi-
cation in accordance with ASME code. Prerequisite: WT 104.1 or
105.1 or the instructor’s permission.
6846 CA     1- 9   EDWARDS, L       Sa       7:00AM- 1:00PM      V130

WT      202.1      Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG)
This course is designed for the welding of plate and pipe using the
gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) process. Instruction will stress
developng proper manipulative techniques and skills necessary to
certify using the GTAW process. Prerequisite: WT 201.1
6866 CA     1- 9   EDWARDS, L       Sa       7:00AM- 1:00PM      V130

WT      203.1      Pipe Welding Certification
This course will have special emphasis on qualification tests for
piping and tubing. Prerequisite: WT 202.1
6872 YB     1- 9   CURRY, D         Sa       7:00AM- 1:00PM      V130




                *Class meets at the Richland campus.                                                             Weekend Classes - 62
                             WORKSHOP CLASSES / WSU-CBC CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR               DAY           TIME                  LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR        DAY        TIME             LOCATION

                    WORKSHOP CLASSES                                                                               CBC CLASSES AT WSU
WKSP 000              Fundamentals of Caregiving                                                 ADN 221               Nursing V
W300 AA         0     SQUIRES, T             MTWTh           8:00AM- 8:30AM             WSU      A continuation of Nursing IV. There is continued emphasis on advanced
Class meet at the WSU Tri-Cities Campus. Class starts December 15, 2003, 8:00am-4:30pm in
room West 239.                                                                                   nursing skills as well as leadership, delegation, pharmacological manae-
                                                                                                 ment and critical thinking skills development in both theory and clinical.
WKSP 000              Modified Fundamentals of Caregiving                                        Prerequisites: ADN IV 211/211.1 and BIO 260/260.1, Microbilogy with a
W302 AA         0     SQUIRES, T                 M           8:00AM- 8:30AM             WSU      grade of 2.0 or above in all.
Class meet at the WSU Tri-Cities Campus. Class starts December 15, 2003, 8:00am in room
West 230.                                                                                        4010 AA      1- 5     HOERNER, M       MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM         WSU
                                                                                                 4012 BA      1- 5     STAFF            MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM         WSU
WKSP 000              Nurse Delegation                                                           ADN 221.1             Nursing V Lab
W304 AA         0     SQUIRES, T                 M           8:00AM- 8:30AM             WSU
Class meet at the WSU Tri-Cities Campus. Class starts December 15, 2003, 8:00am in room          This class is offered to complement the ADN 221 theory course. $10 lab
West 230.                                                                                        fee required.
                                                                                                 4014    AA   1-   6   FIX, C            TW        6:50AM-11:50AM         WSU
WKSP 000              Don’t Quit                                                                 4016    BA   1-   6   VAN SCHOIACK      ThF       6:50AM-11:50AM         WSU
W500 AA         0     CASEY, B                DAILY          9:00AM-12:00PM                      4018    CA   1-   6   VAN SCHOIACK      TW        6:50AM-11:50AM         WSU
                                                                                                 4020    DA   1-   6   STAFF             ThF       6:50AM-11:50AM         WSU
WKSP 000              Community Fitness                                                          4022    EA   1-   6   MORRIS, P         TW        6:50AM-11:50AM         WSU
W600 AA         0     ESTLUND, S               ARR          ARR                         G106     4024    FA   1-   6   BRAULT, K         ThF       6:50AM-11:20AM         WSU
W601 AA         0     ESTLUND, S               ARR          ARR
Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. New users   ADN 235.1             Nursing Trends Lab
must complete an orientation. Call 547-0511 ext 2258 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-
Th) 6am-7pm, (F) 6am-5pm.                                                                        A campus laboratory experience designed to allow the nursing student
                                                                                                 time to gain proficiency in nursing skills before actual practice in the hos-
                                                                                                 pital setting. Students enrolled in the Nursing Program register for this
                                                                                                 class each quarter. Pass/Fail class. Prerequisite: enrollment in the Nursing
                                                                                                 Program. $10 lab fee required.
                                                                                                 4026    AA   1-   2   CAMPBELL, D       M         11:30AM-12:30PM        WSU
                                                                                                 4028    BA   1-   2   CAMPBELL, D       M         11:30AM-12:30PM        WSU
                                                                                                 4030    CA   1-   2   MORRIS, P         M         11:30AM-12:30PM        WSU
                                                                                                 4032    DA   1-   2   HOERNER, M        M         11:30AM-12:30PM        WSU

                                                                                                 BIO     105           Introduction to Cell Biology
                                                                                                 The structure and functions of the cell covering the levels of organic com-
                                                                                                 plexity from molecules to tissues. The use of models, microscope slides and
                                                                                                 physiological experiments illustrate cellular structure and function. Prereq-
                                                                                                 uisite: high school chemistry, CHM 100.0/100.1 or CHM 101.0/101.1.
                                                                                                 5104 CA       4       TAFF, G          MTWTh      9:55AM-10:55AM         WSU

                                                                                                 MTH 095               Intermediate Algebra
                                                                                                 This course is a prerequisite for a multitude of mathematics and computer
                                                                                                 science classes. The course is a rapid coverage of 2nd year high school
                                                                                                 level algebra. Topics include factoring, quadratic equations, fractions and
                                                                                                 fractional equations, exponents and radicals, lines, linear systems, inequali-
                                                                                                 ties, functions and graphs. A grade of 2.0 or better in this course satisfies
                                                                                                 the Intermediate Algebra Proficiency requirement for the Associate in Arts
                                                                                                 degree. Prerequisite: a grade of 2.0 or better in MTH 91 or ASSET place-
                                                                                                 ment.
                                                                                                 5034 TR1      5                        MTWTh      8:45AM- 9:45AM         WSU

                                                                                                 NRS     121           Nursing II
                                                                                                 A continuation of the skills and concepts introduced in NRS 111, 111.1.
                                                                                                 Introduction of physical and mental illness throughout the life span. The
                                                                                                 nursing process is used as a framework to develop knowledge and skills
                                                                                                 needed to care for clients. Clinical experience in acute care and gerontol-
                                                                                                 ogy are a part of the course. Prerequisites: PHAR 101, NRS 111/111.1 with
                                                                                                 a 2.0 or above; BIO 221/221.1; PSY 101 with a grade of 2.0 or above (or
                                                                                                 concurrent enrollment).
                                                                                                 4040 AA      1- 5     TUCKER, K        MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM         WSU
                                                                                                 4042 BA      1- 5     BURNS, L         MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM         WSU
                                                                                                 4044 CA      1- 5     HORNVEDT,T       MTWTh      1:50PM- 2:50PM         WSU

                                                                                                 NRS     121.1         Nursing II Lab
                                                                                                 This course is offered to complement the NRS 121 theory course. NRS
                                                                                                 121.1 must be taken concurrently with NRS 121. $10 lab fee required.
                                                                                                 4046    AA   1-   5   TUCKER, K         TW        6:50AM-11:50AM         WSU
                                                                                                 4048    BA   1-   5   TUCKER, K         ThF       6:50AM-11:50AM         WSU
                                                                                                 4050    CA   1-   5   SACHS, V          TW        6:50AM-11:50AM         WSU
                                                                                                 4052    DA   1-   5   BURNS, L          ThF       6:50AM-11:50AM         WSU
                                                                                                 4054    EA   1-   5   HORNTVEDT, T      TW        6:50AM-11:50AM         WSU
                                                                                                 4056    FA   1-   5   BURNS, L          ThF       6:50AM-11:50AM         WSU
                                                                                                 4058    GA   1-   5   BURNS, L          TW        6:50AM-11:50AM         WSU

                                                                                                 NA      100           Nursing Assistant
                                                                                                 A class leading to certification as a nursing assistant in the State of Wash-
                                                                                                 ington. Prerequisite: students must have a negative tuberculine test and
                                                                                                 serology on file prior to the beginning of clinical experience.
                                                                                                 4060 AA       5       ERICKSON, M      TWThF      2:00PM- 5:00PM         WSU


63 - Workshop Classes / WSU-CBC Classes                                                                            *Class meets at the Richland campus.
                                                            WORKSOURCE CLASSES
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                               COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                 DAY           TIME                   LOCATION       LINE#   SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR        DAY     TIME                LOCATION

                 WORKSOURCE CLASSES                                                                 Classes below are held in the WorkSource Center, 815 N. Kellog, Suite D,
                                                                                                    Kennewick, (509) 734-7477.
Self-paced courses designed for persons who need to improve or
                                                                                                    All levels of ABE/GED are offerd at the WorkSource from 8:00AM- 4:00PM for
learn workplace computer skills. Classes are held at WorkSource                                     information on assessment & registration call (509) 547-0511 ext. 2301.
Columbia Basin, 815 N. Kellogg, Suite D, Kennewick. For addi-
tional information and registration call 734-5904.
                                                                                                    ENG 091               Grammar Skills
BT       100.3        Word 2000                                                                     R500    CA   1- 0     SANDOZ, S       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
9901 01        1- 1    DYE, S                    ARR          ARR                                   R502    EA   1- 0     SANDOZ, S       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
                       WILLIAMSON                ARR          ARR                                   R503    GA   1- 0     SANDOZ, S       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM

BT       100.3        Excel 2000                                                                    ENG 091.2             Grammar Skills 1
9902 02        1- 1    DYE, S                    ARR          ARR                                   R501    AA   0.8      SANDOZ, S       MTWTh     8:00AM- 4:00PM
                       WILLIAMSON                ARR          ARR
                                                                                                    MTH 080               Whole Numbers
BT       100.3        Powerpoint 2000                                                               R400    CA   0.2      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
9903 03        1- 1    DYE, S                    ARR          ARR                                   R401    EA   0.2      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
                       WILLIAMSON                ARR          ARR                                   R402    GA   0.2      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
                                                                                                    R403    IA   0.3      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
BT       100.3        Access 2000
9904 04        1- 1    DYE, S                    ARR          ARR                                   MTH 081               Fractions
                       WILLIAMSON                ARR          ARR                                   1377    AA   0.3      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
                                                                                                    R404    EA   0.2      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
BT       100.3        Windows 98                                                                    R405    GA   0.3      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
9905 05        1- 1    DYE, S                    ARR          ARR                                   R406    IA   0.2      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   2:00PM
                       WILLIAMSON                ARR          ARR
All classes listed above require an orientation. Call 734-5904 for orientation dates/times. Self-   MTH 082               Measures/Decimals/Percentages
paced, pass/fail courses designed to introduce student to basic computer skills. Keyboarding        R408    CA   0.3      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
skills recommended.
                                                                                                    R409    EA   0.2      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
                                                                                                    R410    GA   0.3      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
BT       100.3        MOUS/Word                                                                     R411    IA   0.3      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
9910 10        1- 7    DYE, S                    ARR          ARR                                   R412    KA   0.2      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
                                                                                                    R413    MA   0.2      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
BT       100.3        MOUS/Excel                                                                    R414    OA   0.2      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
9911 11        1- 7    DYE, S                    ARR          ARR                                   R415    PA   0.3      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
BT       100.3        MOUS/Powerpoint                                                               MTH 083               Review Basics
9912 12        1- 7    DYE, S                    ARR          ARR                                   R416    BA   0.2      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
                                                                                                    R417    FA   0.4      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
BT       100.3        MOUS/Access                                                                   R418    HA   0.4      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
9913 13        1- 7    DYE, S                    ARR          ARR
                                                                                                    R419    JA   0.4      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
                                                                                                    R420    LA   0.4      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
BT       100.3        MOUS/Outlook
                                                                                                    R421    NA   0.2      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
9914 14        1- 7    DYE, S                    ARR          ARR
MOUS courses meet 8-4 p.m., Four consecutive weeks, one day/week. Keyboarding and
basic computer skills recommended. For specific class dates/times, visit www.protrainsys.com/       MTH 084               Algebra/Geometry
ptscbc.htm.                                                                                         R422    CA   0.5      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
                                                                                                    R423    EA   0.5      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
BT       101          Keyboarding I                                                                 R424    GA   0.5      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers,                                    R425    IA   0.5      SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
and operational keys using a computer. Students may enroll in CA                                    RDG 079               Spelling
100 concurrently and enroll in BT 102 and/or 109.1 the second                                       R600    CA   1-   0   SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
half of the quarter.                                                                                R601    EA   1-   0   SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
9906 06         2      WILLIAMSON                ARR          ARR                                   R602    GA   1-   0   SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
Required orientation date: 01/07/04 1-2 pm @ WorkSource. This is a five week course that will       R603    IA   1-   0   SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
be completed during lab hours at WorkSource.                                                        R604    KA   1-   0   SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
9907 07         2      WILLIAMSON                ARR          ARR                                   R605    MA   1-   0   SANDOZ,    S    MTWTh     8:00AM-   4:00PM
Required orientation date: 02/11/04 1-2 pm @ WorkSource. This is a five week course that will
be completed during lab hours at WorkSource.

CA       100          Introduction to Microcomputers
Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems
and/or interface systems, Internet access, basic word processing,
and spreadsheet software through hands-on experience. Current
software package is Office 2000 for Windows 98 operating sys-
tems. Recommended: keyboarding experience or BT 101 taken
concurrently. $10 lab fee.
9908 08         4      DYE, S                      F          7:15AM-11:30AM
9909 09         4      DYE, S                      F          12:30PM- 4:45PM
Class meets @ WorkSource in Kennewick. First class meets Friday 01/09/04. Recommended:
Keyboarding experience or AOT 101 taken concurrently. $10 lab fee.




                                                                                                                                             Worksource Classes - 64
                                                                        CLASSES BY START TIME
   START TIME       LINE #       DIV COURSE #                 TITLE                                                 DAY        START TIME        LINE #       DIV COURSE #                TITLE                                                  DAY
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......0102 ......ART........ 110......... INTRO TO ART .....................................MTWTh            8:00AM- 8:50AM.......4316 ......DHYG .... 212......... ADVANCE CLINICAL TOPICS........................ Th
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......0324 ......SPE ........ 111......... COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR.............MTWTh                          8:00AM-11:50AM......4324 ......DHYG .... 224.1...... CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE.................... MWF
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......0508 ......ENG ...... 099......... WRITING PREP II ..................................MTWTh             8:00AM- 9:00AM.......5004 ......MTH ...... 091......... BASIC ALGEBRA ...................................MTWTh
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......2038 ......PSY ........ 101......... GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY......................MTWTh                     8:00AM- 9:00AM.......5024 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .....................MTWTh
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......3070 ......CA ......... 100......... INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTERS.............MTWTh                         8:00AM- 9:00AM.......5045 ......MTH ...... 154......... PRECALCULUS I ...................................MTWTh
6:50AM-11:50AM......4014 ......ADN ...... 221.1...... NURSING V LAB ........................................ TW             8:00AM- 9:00AM.......5054 ......MTH ...... 155......... PRECALCULUS II ..................................MTWTh
6:50AM-11:50AM......4016 ......ADN ...... 221.1...... NURSING V LAB ........................................ThF             8:00AM- 9:00AM.......5059 ......MTH ...... 130......... MATH APPRECIATION ..........................MTWTh
6:50AM-11:50AM......4018 ......ADN ...... 221.1...... NURSING V LAB ........................................ TW             8:00AM- 9:00AM.......5060 ......MTH ...... 143......... BASIC STATISTICS .................................MTWTh
6:50AM-11:50AM......4020 ......ADN ...... 221.1...... NURSING V LAB ........................................ThF             8:00AM- 9:00AM.......5096 ......PHY ....... 202......... ENGINEERING PHYSICS II.....................MTWTh
6:50AM-11:50AM......4022 ......ADN ...... 221.1...... NURSING V LAB ........................................ TW             8:00AM- 9:50AM.......5097 ......PHY ....... 202.1...... ENGINEER PHYSICS II LAB ............................. F
6:50AM-11:20AM......4024 ......ADN ...... 221.1...... NURSING V LAB ........................................ThF             8:00AM- 8:50AM.......5102 ......GEL ....... 101......... PHYSICAL GEOLOGY I.................................. M
6:50AM-11:50AM......4044 ......NRS ....... 121.1...... NURSING II LAB ......................................... TW          8:00AM- 9:50AM.......5102 ......GEL ....... 101......... PHYSICAL GEOLOGY I.................................. W
6:50AM-11:50AM......4050 ......NRS ....... 121.1...... NURSING II LAB .........................................ThF          8:00AM- 9:50AM.......5106 ......GEL ....... 101.1...... PHYSICAL GEOLOGY I LAB .........................TTh
6:50AM-11:50AM......4052 ......NRS ....... 121.1...... NURSING II LAB ......................................... TW          8:00AM- 9:00AM.......5120 ......BIO ........ 110......... HUMAN BIOLOGY...............................MTWTh
6:50AM-11:50AM......4054 ......NRS ....... 121.1...... NURSING II LAB .........................................ThF          8:00AM- 8:50AM.......5183 ......CHM...... 120......... ORGANIC CHM /HEALTH SCI ...............MTWTh
6:50AM-11:50AM......4060 ......NRS ....... 121.1...... NURSING II LAB ......................................... TW          8:00AM- 9:00AM.......6010 ......AG......... 142......... CROP PROTECTION II ..........................MTWTh
6:50AM-11:50AM......4062 ......NRS ....... 121.1...... NURSING II LAB .........................................ThF          8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6131 ......APP........ 299......... P.E.T.S................................................... DAILY
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......4615 ......PE.......... 117.1...... YOGA I......................................................TTh    8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6132 ......APP........ 299......... P.E.T.S................................................... DAILY
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......4618 ......PE.......... 199.1...... YOGA II .....................................................TTh   8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6133 ......APP........ 299......... P.E.T.S................................................... DAILY
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......5002 ......MTH ...... 091......... BASIC ALGEBRA ...................................MTWTh              8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6134 ......APP........ 299......... P.E.T.S................................................... DAILY
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......5016 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .....................MTWTh                     8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6136 ......APP........ 299......... P.E.T.S................................................... DAILY
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......5018 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .....................MTWTh                     8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6138 ......APP........ 299......... SPECIAL STUDIES ................................... DAILY
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......5044 ......MTH ...... 154......... PRECALCULUS I ...................................MTWTh              8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6141 ......SHM ...... 123......... SHEETMETAL APPR 1ST YEAR ................. DAILY
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......5052 ......MTH ...... 155......... PRECALCULUS II ..................................MTWTh              8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6142 ......SHM ...... 123......... SHEETMETAL APPR 1ST YEAR ................. DAILY
6:50AM- 7:40AM.......5185 ......CHM...... 222......... ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II .......................... MTW                  8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6143 ......SHM ...... 123......... SHEETMETAL APPR 2ND YEAR................ DAILY
6:50AM- 7:50AM.......6002 ......AG......... 101......... FIELD CROPS.......................................MTWTh            8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6144 ......SHM ...... 123......... SHEETMETAL APPR 2ND YEAR................ DAILY
                                                                                                                            8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6145 ......SHM ...... 123......... SHEETMETAL APPR 3RD YEAR ................ DAILY
7:00AM- 8:00AM.......5042 ......MTH ...... 100......... ALGEBRAIC TOOLS FOR VOCA ..................TTh                      8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6146 ......SHM ...... 123......... SHEETMETAL APPR 3RD YEAR ................ DAILY
7:00AM- 7:50AM.......6212 ......ABT........ 221......... BODY REBUILDING I.............................. DAILY              8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6147 ......SHM ...... 123......... SHEETMETAL APPR 4TH YEAR................. DAILY
7:00AM- 8:00AM.......6400 ......BPR........ 104......... BLUEPRINT I (MT).................................... MWF           8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6148 ......SHM ...... 123......... SHEETMETAL APPR 4TH YEAR................. DAILY
7:00AM- 7:50AM.......6416 ......CRT........ 121......... BUILDING CONSTRUCTION I ................. DAILY                    8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6149 ......SHM ...... 123......... SHEETMETAL APPR 5TH YEAR................. DAILY
7:00AM- 7:50AM.......6420 ......CRT........ 221......... CONSTRUCTION METHODS II ................ DAILY                     8:00AM- 4:30PM .......6150 ......SHM ...... 123......... SHEETMETAL APPR 5TH YEAR................. DAILY
7:00AM- 1:00PM .......6804 ......WT ........ 102.1...... INTRO TO SHIELD METAL AR .......................Sa                 8:00AM- 4:00PM .......6151 ......EAP........ 160......... OUTSIDE LINE - 1ST YEAR ............................Sa
7:00AM-10:50AM......6806 ......WT ........ 102.1...... INTRO TO SHIELD METAL AR ................. DAILY                     8:00AM- 4:00PM .......6153 ......EAP........ 161......... OUTSIDE LINE - 2ND YEAR ..........................Sa
7:00AM-10:50AM......6814 ......WT ........ 103.1...... ADVANCED SHIELD METAL AR............... DAILY                        8:00AM- 4:00PM .......6155 ......EAP........ 162......... OUTSIDE LINE - 3RD YEAR ...........................Sa
7:00AM-10:50AM......6818 ......WT ........ 104.1...... SHIELD METAL ARC WELDING ............... DAILY                       8:00AM- 8:50AM.......6202 ......ABT........ 121......... SUBASSEMBLY REPAIR............................ DAILY
7:00AM-10:50AM......6822 ......WT ........ 105.1...... GAS METAL ARC WELDING (M ............... DAILY                       8:00AM-11:50AM......6206 ......ABT........ 121.1...... SUBASSEMBLY REPAIR LAB ..................... DAILY
7:00AM-10:50AM......6828 ......WT ........ 201.1...... INTRO PIPE WELDING ........................... DAILY                 8:00AM-11:50AM......6214 ......ABT........ 221.1...... BODY REBUILDING I LAB ....................... DAILY
7:00AM-10:50AM......6832 ......WT ........ 202.1...... GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING ............. DAILY                         8:00AM-11:50AM......6418 ......CRT........ 121.1...... BUILD CONSTRUCTION I LAB................. DAILY
7:00AM-10:50AM......6834 ......WT ........ 203.1...... PIPE WELDING CERTIFICAT .................... DAILY                   8:00AM-11:50AM......6422 ......CRT........ 221.1...... CONSTRUC METHODS II LAB ................. DAILY
7:00AM- 1:00PM .......8901 ......WT ........ 103.1...... ADVANCED SHIELD METAL AR.....................Sa                    8:00AM-12:30PM ......6502 ......MT......... 111.1...... BASIC MACH TECH I LAB........................ DAILY
7:00AM- 1:00PM .......8902 ......WT ........ 104.1...... SHIELD METAL ARC WELDING .....................Sa                   8:00AM-12:30PM ......6504 ......MT......... 121......... BASIC MACHINE TECH II ........................ DAILY
7:00AM- 1:00PM .......8903 ......WT ........ 105.1...... GAS METAL ARC WELDING (M .....................Sa                   8:00AM-12:30PM ......6508 ......MT......... 121.1...... BASIC MACH TECH II LAB ....................... DAILY
7:00AM- 1:00PM .......8905 ......WT ........ 201.1...... INTRO PIPE WELDING .................................Sa             8:00AM-12:30PM ......6510 ......MT......... 131......... BASIC MACHINE TECH III ....................... DAILY
7:00AM- 1:00PM .......8906 ......WT ........ 202.1...... GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING ...................Sa                     8:00AM-12:30PM ......6515 ......MT......... 131.1...... BASIC MACH TECH III LAB ...................... DAILY
7:00AM- 1:00PM .......8907 ......WT ........ 203.1...... PIPE WELDING CERTIFICAT ..........................Sa               8:00AM-12:30PM ......6517 ......MT......... 211......... ADV MACHINE TECH I ........................... DAILY
7:15AM- 8:30AM.......6300 ......AMT....... 111......... AUTO ELECTRICAL & ELECTR ...............MTWTh                       8:00AM-12:30PM ......6519 ......MT......... 211.1...... ADV MACH TECH I LAB ......................... DAILY
7:15AM- 8:30AM.......6308 ......AMT....... 221......... AUTOMATIC TRANS & AXLES................MTWTh                        8:00AM-12:30PM ......6524 ......MT......... 221.1...... ADV MACHINE TECH II LAB ................... DAILY
                                                                                                                            8:00AM-12:30PM ......6528 ......MT......... 231.1...... ADV MACHINE TECH III LAB................... DAILY
7:30AM- 8:30AM.......0688 ......PE.......... 201.1...... EXERCISE AND WEIGHTS ....................... DAILY                 8:00AM-10:00AM......6908 ......ABE ....... 010......... ABE LEVEL 1.......................................... DAILY
7:35AM- 8:35AM.......0522 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .....................MTWTh                      8:00AM-10:00AM......6922 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2.......................................... DAILY
                                                                                                                            8:00AM-10:00AM......6934 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3.......................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......0104 ......ART........ 110......... INTRO TO ART .....................................MTWTh            8:00AM-10:00AM......6948 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4.......................................... DAILY
8:00AM-10:00AM......0116 ......ART........ 112.1...... 3D DESIGN II.......................................... MTW           8:00AM-10:00AM......6962 ......ABE ....... 050......... BASIC GED PREP.................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 5:00PM .......0127 ......ART........ 199.1...... JEWELRY CASTING I................................. SaSu            8:00AM- 9:00AM.......7422 ......ED ......... 135......... CAREER PLANNING STRAT .........................TTh
8:00AM- 5:00PM .......0129 ......ART........ 199.1...... JEWELRY CASTING II ................................ SaSu           8:00AM- 9:00AM.......7500 ......MTH ...... 080......... WHOLE NUMBERS ................................ DAILY
8:00AM-10:10AM......0130 ......ART........ 201.1...... PHOTOGRAPHY I................................... TWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM.......7518 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS ........................................... DAILY
8:00AM-10:10AM......0130 ......ART........ 201.1...... PHOTOGRAPHY I................................... TWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM.......7534 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ..................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 5:00PM .......0131 ......ART........ 199.1...... STUDIO PROBLEMS JEWELRY................... SaSu                    8:00AM- 9:00AM.......7550 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS...................................... DAILY
8:00AM-10:00AM......0146 ......ART........ 220.1...... SCULPTURE I .......................................... MTW           8:00AM- 9:00AM.......7566 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY............................ DAILY
8:00AM-10:00AM......0160 ......ART........ 255.1...... STUDIO PROB-SCULPTURE ...................... MTW                     8:00AM- 9:00AM.......7600 ......RDG ...... 079......... SPELLING .............................................. DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......0325 ......SPE ........ 111......... COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR.............MTWTh                          8:00AM- 9:00AM.......7704 ......RDG ...... 110......... STUDY TECHNIQUES ............................. DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......0410 ......MUS ...... 116......... HISTORY OF JAZZ................................MTWTh                8:00AM- 9:00AM.......7722 ......RDG ...... 115......... VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT ............... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......0436 ......MUS ...... 205......... MUSIC THEORY ...................................MTWTh               8:00AM- 9:00AM.......7879 ......ENG ...... 091......... GRAMMAR SKILLS .................................. DAILY
8:00AM- 8:50AM.......0446 ......MUS ...... 275......... ADVANCED EAR TRAINING........................... F                  8:00AM-10:10AM......9320 ......CA ......... 100......... INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTERS.................. MW
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......0502 ......ENG ...... 098......... WRITING PREP I ...................................MTWTh             8:00AM-10:10AM......9332 ......CA ......... 172......... WORD PROCESSING ...........................MTWTh
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......0509 ......ENG ...... 099......... WRITING PREP II ..................................MTWTh             8:00AM- 9:00AM.......9344 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS ........................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......0526 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .....................MTWTh                      8:00AM- 9:00AM.......9350 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ..................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......0558 ......ENG ...... 201......... ADVANCED ENGLISH COMP ...............MTWTh                          8:00AM- 9:00AM.......9362 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY............................ DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......0562 ......ENG ...... 201......... ADVANCED ENGLISH COMP ...............MTWTh                          8:00AM- 9:00AM.......9480 ......ENG ...... 091......... GRAMMAR SKILLS .................................. DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......0586 ......ENG ...... 205......... TECHNICAL WRITING...........................MTWTh                   8:00AM- 9:00AM.......9504 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS...................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......0612 ......LIT ......... 265......... ENGLISH LITERATURE ..........................MTWTh               8:00AM-10:10AM......9630 ......BT.......... 117......... OFFICE ORIENTATION ...............................TTh
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......1030 ......BA ......... 253......... PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING .............MTWTh                       8:00AM-10:10AM......9642 ......BT.......... 172......... WORD PROCESSING I..........................MTWTh
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......1042 ......BA ......... 271......... HUMAN RELATIONS BUSINESS.............MTWTh                        8:00AM-10:10AM......9648 ......BT.......... 174......... WORD PROCESSING II .........................MTWTh
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......1054 ......EC ......... 202......... PRINCIPLES OF ECON II .......................MTWTh                8:00AM-10:10AM......9702 ......ABE ....... 010......... ABE LEVEL 1.......................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2003 ......HIS......... 102......... WORLD CIVILIZATIONS........................MTWTh                  8:00AM-10:10AM......9712 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3.......................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2014 ......HIS......... 110......... HISTORY OF MODERN E.ASIA ..............MTWTh                      8:00AM-10:10AM......9716 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4.......................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2024 ......PHI ........ 120......... LOGIC.................................................MTWTh       8:00AM-10:10AM......9718 ......ABE ....... 050......... BASIC GED PREP.................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2032 ......PS .......... 100......... AMERICAN GOVERNMENT ..................MTWTh                      8:00AM- 4:00PM .......9744 ......ECE ....... 116......... STARS 20 HR IN SPANISH .............................Sa
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2033 ......PS .......... 100......... AMERICAN GOVERNMENT ..................MTWTh                      8:00AM-10:10AM......9805 ......ENG ...... 099......... WRITING PREP II ..........................................Sa
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2040 ......PSY ........ 101......... GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY......................MTWTh                     8:00AM- 5:00PM .......9820 ......SPE ........ 110......... COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR.....................Sa
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2060 ......SOC....... 101......... INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY........................MTWTh                     8:00AM-11:00AM......9821 ......MTH ...... 234......... MULTI-VARIABLE CALCULUS.........................Sa
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2070 ......ANT ....... 101......... ANTHROPOLOGY................................MTWTh                  8:00AM-10:25AM......9823 ......PSY ........ 101......... GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY..............................Sa
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2500 ......FR.......... 102......... FRENCH-2ND QUARTER ......................MTWTh
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2510 ......GER ....... 102......... GERMAN 2ND QUARTER .....................MTWTh                      8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6100 ......EAP........ 199......... 1ST YEAR A............................................ DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2523 ......SPA ........ 102......... SPANISH-2ND QUARTER ......................MTWTh                   8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6102 ......EAP........ 116......... ELECTRICAL APPR 2ND YR A................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2604 ......CJ .......... 134......... ORGANIZATION/ADMINISTRAT .............. TWTh                     8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6103 ......EAP........ 116......... ELECTRICAL APPR 2ND YR B................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......2704 ......HS ......... 105......... CRISIS INTERVENTION ............................ MTW              8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6104 ......EAP........ 117......... ELECTRICAL APPR 3RD YR A ............................
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......3018 ......CS.......... 110......... WINDOWS OPERATING SYST 1 ............MTWTh                        8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6105 ......EAP........ 117......... ELECTRICAL APPR 3RD YR B ............................
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......3031 ......CS.......... 150......... COMPUTER SECURITY..........................MTWTh                  8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6106 ......EAP........ 118......... ELECTRICAL APPR 4TH YR A.............................
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......3040 ......CS.......... 203......... ADV GRAPHICS SOFTWARE & ................... MW                    8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6107 ......EAP........ 118......... ELECTRICAL APPR 4TH YR B.................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......3048 ......CS.......... 228......... WINDOWS SERVER .............................MTWTh                 8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6108 ......EAP........ 119......... ELECTRICAL APPR 5TH YR A.................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......3056 ......CS.......... 260......... DATA STRUCTURES C++.......................MTWTh                   8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6109 ......EAP........ 199......... TELECOM 1........................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......3072 ......CA ......... 100......... INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTERS.............MTWTh                         8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6110 ......EAP........ 199......... TELECOM 2........................................... DAILY
8:00AM-10:10AM......3407 ......ENT ....... 126......... GRAPHICAL ANALYSIS ..........................MTWTh                  8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6158 ......EAP........ 199......... SPECIAL STUDIES ................................... DAILY
8:00AM-10:10AM......3415 ......ENT ....... 226......... ARCHIT/STRUCTURAL DRAFT................MTWTh                        8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6158 ......EAP........ 199......... SPECIAL STUDIES ................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......4069 ......HE ......... 160......... DIET, EXERCISE & WEIGHT.........................TTh               8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6160 ......EAP........ 199......... SPECIAL STUDIES ................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......4076 ......HE ......... 230......... FIRST-AID SAFETY.................................... MTW          8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6160 ......EAP........ 199......... SPECIAL STUDIES ................................... DAILY
8:00AM- 9:00AM.......4082 ......HE ......... 240......... STRESS MANAGEMENT ........................... MTW                 8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6162 ......EAP........ 116......... ELECTRICAL APPR 2ND YEAR.................. DAILY
8:00AM-12:00PM ......4306 ......DHYG .... 123.1...... CLINICAL PRACTICE 1 ................................TTh               8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6162 ......EAP........ 116......... ELECTRICAL APPR 2ND YEAR.................. DAILY
8:00AM-10:00AM......4314 ......DHYG .... 127......... PHARMACOLOGY........................................ W                8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6164 ......EAP........ 116......... ELECTRICAL APPR 2ND YEAR.................. DAILY

65 - Classes by Start Time
                                                                        CLASSES BY START TIME
   START TIME        LINE #       DIV COURSE #               TITLE                                            DAY               START TIME       LINE #       DIV COURSE #                TITLE                                             DAY
8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6164 ......EAP........ 116......... ELECTRICAL APPR 2ND YEAR.................. DAILY                   9:10AM-10:10AM......5046 ......MTH ...... 154......... PRECALCULUS I ...................................MTWTh
8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6166 ......EAP........ 117......... ELECTRICAL APPR 3RD YEAR .................. DAILY                  9:10AM-10:10AM......5068 ......MTH ...... 231......... CALC/ANALYTIC GEOM I......................MTWTh
8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6166 ......EAP........ 117......... ELECTRICAL APPR 3RD YEAR .................. DAILY                  9:10AM-10:00AM......5074 ......MTH ...... 232......... CALC/ANALYTIC GEOM II.....................MTWTh
8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6168 ......EAP........ 117......... ELECTRICAL APPR 3RD YEAR .................. DAILY                  9:10AM-10:10AM......5077 ......MTH ...... 210......... BASIC CALCULUS .................................MTWTh
8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6168 ......EAP........ 117......... ELECTRICAL APPR 3RD YEAR .................. DAILY                  9:10AM-10:10AM......5085 ......PHY ....... 100......... CONCEPTS OF PHYSICS .......................MTWTh
8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6170 ......EAP........ 118......... ELECTRICAL APPR 4TH YEAR................... DAILY                  9:10AM-10:00AM......5130 ......BIO ........ 111......... CORE BIOLOGY-CELL...........................MTWTh
8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6170 ......EAP........ 118......... ELECTRICAL APPR 4TH YEAR................... DAILY                  9:10AM-11:10AM......5138 ......BIO ........ 111.1...... CORE BIOLOGY-CELL LAB............................. F
8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6172 ......EAP........ 119......... ELECTRICAL APPR 5TH YEAR................... DAILY                  9:10AM-10:00AM......5168 ......CHM...... 100......... SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY .......................MTWTh
8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6172 ......EAP........ 119......... ELECTRICAL APPR 5TH YEAR................... DAILY                  9:10AM-12:00PM ......5179 ......CHM...... 111.1...... GENERAL CHEM I LAB ................................ Th
8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6174 ......EAP........ 199......... SPECIAL STUDIES ................................... DAILY          9:10AM-10:00AM......5180 ......CHM...... 112......... GENERAL CHEMISTRY II .......................MTWTh
8:15AM- 4:30PM .......6174 ......EAP........ 199......... SPECIAL STUDIES ................................... DAILY          9:10AM-10:10AM......6924 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2.......................................... DAILY
                                                                                                                             9:10AM-10:10AM......6936 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3.......................................... DAILY
8:30AM- 1:00PM .......6302 ......AMT....... 111.1...... AUTO ELECTRONICS LAB .....................MTWTh                      9:10AM-10:10AM......6950 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4.......................................... DAILY
8:30AM- 1:00PM .......6310 ......AMT....... 221.1...... AUTO TRANS & AXLES LAB...................MTWTh                       9:10AM-10:10AM......6964 ......ABE ....... 050......... BASIC GED PREP.................................... DAILY
8:30AM-11:30AM......6912 ......ABE ....... 010......... ABE LEVEL 1.......................................... DAILY          9:10AM-10:10AM......7424 ......ED ......... 135......... CAREER PLANNING STRAT .........................TTh
8:30AM-11:30AM......6912 ......ABE ....... 010......... ABE LEVEL 1..................................................T       9:10AM-10:10AM......7502 ......MTH ...... 080......... WHOLE NUMBERS ................................ DAILY
8:30AM-11:30AM......6926 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2.......................................... DAILY          9:10AM-10:10AM......7520 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS ........................................... DAILY
8:30AM-11:30AM......6926 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2..................................................T       9:10AM-10:10AM......7536 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ..................................... DAILY
8:30AM-11:30AM......6938 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3.......................................... DAILY          9:10AM-10:10AM......7552 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS...................................... DAILY
8:30AM-11:30AM......6938 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3..................................................T       9:10AM-10:10AM......7568 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY..........................MTWTh
8:30AM-11:30AM......6952 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4.......................................... DAILY          9:10AM-10:10AM......7601 ......RDG ...... 079......... SPELLING .............................................. DAILY
8:30AM-11:30AM......6952 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4..................................................T       9:10AM-10:10AM......7632 ......RDG ...... 084......... VOCAB IMPROV .................................... DAILY
8:30AM-11:30AM......6968 ......ABE ....... 050......... BASIC GED PREP.................................... DAILY             9:10AM-10:10AM......7687 ......RDG ...... 099......... COL. RDG. SK....................................... MWTh
8:30AM-11:30AM......6968 ......ABE ....... 050......... BASIC GED PREP............................................T          9:10AM-10:10AM......7690 ......RDG ...... 105......... SPEED READING.................................... DAILY
8:30AM-11:30AM......6982 ......ABE ....... 060......... ADVANCED GED PREP .......................... DAILY                   9:10AM-10:10AM......7706 ......RDG ...... 110......... STUDY TECHNIQUES ............................. DAILY
8:30AM-11:30AM......6982 ......ABE ....... 060......... ADVANCED GED PREP ..................................T                9:10AM-10:10AM......7724 ......RDG ...... 115......... VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT ............... DAILY
8:30AM-10:30AM......9481 ......ENG ...... 091......... GRAMMAR SKILLS ........................................Sa             9:10AM-10:10AM......7880 ......ENG ...... 091......... GRAMMAR SKILLS .................................. DAILY
8:30AM-10:30AM......9850 ......ABE ....... 010......... ABE LEVEL 1................................................Sa        9:10AM-10:10AM......9352 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ..................................... DAILY
8:30AM-10:30AM......9862 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3................................................Sa        9:10AM-10:10AM......9356 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS...................................... DAILY
8:30AM-10:30AM......9872 ......ABE ....... 050......... BASIC GED PREP..........................................Sa           9:10AM-10:10AM......9364 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY............................ DAILY
8:30AM-12:30PM ......9896 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ...........................................Sa           9:10AM-10:10AM......9460 ......ENG ...... 087......... WRITING SKILLS ..................................... DAILY
8:30AM-12:30PM ......9899 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY..................................Sa                 9:10AM-10:10AM......9487 ......ENG ...... 091......... GRAMMAR SKILLS .................................. DAILY
8:30AM-12:30PM ......9962 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS............................................Sa          9:10AM-10:10AM......9595 ......RDG ...... 084......... VOCAB IMPROV .................................... DAILY
8:45AM- 9:45AM.......0564 ......ENG ...... 201......... ADVANCED ENGLISH COMP ...............MTWTh                           9:10AM-11:30PM ......9875 ......ED ......... 100......... COLLEGE SUCCESS......................................Sa
8:45AM- 9:45AM.......5028 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .....................MTWTh                      9:15AM-11:15AM......9222 ......PED ....... 086......... PARENT-YOUNG TODDLER.......................... M
9:00AM- 5:00PM .......2712 ......HS ......... 231......... ADOLESCENT CHEMICAL DEPE................ SaSu                     9:15AM-11:15AM......9222 ......PED ....... 086......... PARENT-YOUNG TODDLER.......................... M
9:00AM-10:50AM......4318 ......DHYG .... 212.1...... ADVANCED CLINICAL TOPICS ..................... Th                       9:15AM-11:15AM......9224 ......PED ....... 086......... PARENT-YOUNG TODDLER............................T
9:00AM-11:50AM......4320 ......DHYG .... 221......... COMMUNITY ORAL HEALTH I ........................T                      9:15AM-11:15AM......9224 ......PED ....... 086......... PARENT-YOUNG TODDLER............................T
9:00AM- 9:50AM.......6020 ......AG......... 201......... SOILS ..................................................MTWTh       9:15AM-11:15AM......9228 ......PED ....... 088......... PARENT-TODDLER ...................................... Th
9:00AM-11:00AM......6022 ......AG......... 201.1...... SOILS LAB..................................................... F      9:15AM-11:15AM......9228 ......PED ....... 088......... PARENT-TODDLER ...................................... Th
9:00AM-11:30AM......7304 ......PED ....... 089......... CO-OP PRESCHOOL ............................... MWF                  9:15AM-11:15AM......9230 ......PED ....... 088......... PARENT-TODDLER ........................................ F
9:00AM-12:00PM ......7908 ......SNR ....... 020......... PORCELAIN DOLLS ...................................... M            9:15AM-11:15AM......9230 ......PED ....... 088......... PARENT-TODDLER ........................................ F
9:00AM-12:00PM ......7920 ......SNR ....... 033......... ART OILS II.....................................................T   9:30AM-11:30AM......0328 ......SPE ........ 141......... FORENSICS................................................... F
9:00AM-12:00PM ......7936 ......SNR ....... 074......... SEW FOR FUN...............................................T         9:30AM-11:30AM......0329 ......SPE ........ 142......... FORENSICS................................................... F
9:00AM- 4:30PM .......8016 ......ART........ 158.1...... SILK PAINTING .............................................Sa       9:30AM-11:30AM......0330 ......SPE ........ 143......... FORENSICS................................................... F
9:00AM-12:00PM ......9786 ......SNR ....... 030......... WATERCOLOR............................................. W           9:30AM-12:00PM ......7300 ......PED ....... 089......... CO-OP PRESCHOOL ............................... MWF
9:00AM-12:00PM ......9791 ......SNR ....... 026......... WOODCARVING I ........................................ F            9:30AM-12:00PM ......7300 ......PED ....... 089......... CO-OP PRESCHOOL ............................... MWF
9:00AM-11:30AM......9796 ......SNR ....... 061......... COMPUTER I ................................................ F        9:30AM-12:00PM ......7302 ......PED ....... 089......... CO-OP PRESCHOOL ..................................TTh
9:00AM-11:30AM......9798 ......SNR ....... 063......... WORKING IN WINDOWS.............................. F                   9:30AM-12:00PM ......7302 ......PED ....... 089......... CO-OP PRESCHOOL ..................................TTh
9:00AM-12:00PM ......9799 ......SNR ....... 073......... QUILTING .................................................. Th      9:30AM-11:30AM......9220 ......PED ....... 085......... PARENT-INFANT .......................................... W
9:00AM-11:30AM......9819 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .............................Sa                  9:30AM-11:30AM......9220 ......PED ....... 085......... PARENT-INFANT .......................................... W
9:00AM-12:00PM ......9822 ......PL .......... 147......... COMPUTERS IN A LAW ENVIR......................Sa                  9:30AM-11:30AM......9893 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS .................................................Sa
9:00AM-12:00PM ......9822 ......PL .......... 147......... COMPUTERS IN A LAW ENVIR......................Sa
                                                                                                                             9:55AM-10:55AM......5020 ......BIO ........ 111......... CORE BIOLOGY-CELL...........................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......0106 ......ART........ 110......... INTRO TO ART .....................................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......0126 ......ART........ 119......... ART HISTORY OF ASIA ..........................MTWTh                  10:00AM-12:00PM .....4302 ......DHYG .... 122.1...... ORAL RADIOLOGY II LAB .............................. F
9:10AM-10:10AM......0224 ......THA ....... 115......... INTRODUCTION TO THEATRE..............MTWTh                           10:00AM-10:50AM.....4304 ......DHYG .... 123......... CLINIC DENTAL H TECH II ............................ M
9:10AM-10:10AM......0298 ......SPE ........ 101......... SPEECH ESSENTIAL ................................. MTTh             10:00AM-12:00PM .....5252 ......ENVS ..... 100.1...... ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE LAB ....................... F
9:10AM-10:10AM......0300 ......SPE ........ 101......... SPEECH ESSENTIAL ................................. MTTh             10:00AM-10:50AM.....6402 ......BPR........ 106......... BLUEPRINT READING I (WT) .................... MTW
9:10AM-10:10AM......0326 ......SPE ........ 111......... COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR.............MTWTh                            10:00AM-12:00PM .....6914 ......ABE ....... 010......... ABE LEVEL 1.......................................... DAILY
9:10AM-10:10AM......0340 ......SPE ........ 260......... MULTICULTURAL COMMUNICAT..........MTWTh                             10:00AM-12:00PM .....6940 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3.......................................... DAILY
9:10AM-10:10AM......0402 ......MUS ...... 102......... MUSIC THEORY ...................................MTWTh                 10:00AM-12:00PM .....6954 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4.......................................... DAILY
9:10AM-10:10AM......0404 ......MUS ...... 115......... MUSIC APPRECIATION .........................MTWTh                     10:00AM-12:00PM .....6970 ......ABE ....... 050......... BASIC GED PREP.................................... DAILY
9:10AM-10:10AM......0423 ......MUS ...... 135......... PIANO CLASS........................................ MWTh              10:00AM-11:50AM.....8548 ......PHY ....... 201.1...... ENGINEER PHYSICS I LAB.............................. F
9:10AM-10:10AM......0434 ......MUS ...... 172......... EAR TRAINING FUNDAMENTAL..................... F                       10:00AM-12:00PM .....9709 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2.......................................... DAILY
9:10AM-10:10AM......0504 ......ENG ...... 098......... WRITING PREP I ...................................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......0511 ......ENG ...... 099......... WRITING PREP II ..................................MTWTh               10:20AM-12:20PM .....0118 ......ART........ 113.1...... DRAWING I ............................................ MTW
9:10AM-10:10AM......0530 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .....................MTWTh                        10:20AM-11:20AM.....0124 ......ART........ 117......... ART HIST MEDIEVAL-BARO ...................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......0531 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .....................MTWTh                        10:20AM-12:10PM .....0132 ......ART........ 201.1...... PHOTOGRAPHY I................................... TWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......0532 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .....................MTWTh                        10:20AM-12:30PM .....0132 ......ART........ 201.1...... PHOTOGRAPHY I................................... TWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......0566 ......ENG ...... 201......... ADVANCED ENGLISH COMP ...............MTWTh                            10:20AM-12:10PM .....0134 ......ART........ 202.1...... PHOTOGRAPHY II .................................. TWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......0602 ......LIT ......... 150......... INTRO TO LITERATURE.........................MTWTh                  10:20AM-12:30PM .....0134 ......ART........ 202.1...... PHOTOGRAPHY II .................................. TWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......1010 ......BA ......... 101......... INTRO TO BUSINESS ............................MTWTh                 10:20AM-12:20PM .....0148 ......ART........ 222.1...... POTTERY I .............................................. MTW
9:10AM-10:10AM......1020 ......BA ......... 251......... PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING .............MTWTh                         10:20AM-12:20PM .....0150 ......ART........ 223.1...... POTTERY II.............................................. MTW
9:10AM-10:10AM......1024 ......BA ......... 252......... PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING .............MTWTh                         10:20AM-12:20PM .....0164 ......ART........ 257.1...... STUDIO PROBLEMS-POTTERY .................. MTW
9:10AM-10:10AM......2001 ......HIS......... 101......... WORLD CIVILIZATIONS........................MTWTh                    10:20AM-12:10PM .....0166 ......ART........ 259.1...... STU PROB-PHOTOGRAPHY .................... TWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......2010 ......HIS......... 104......... U.S. HISTORY.......................................MTWTh            10:20AM-12:30PM .....0166 ......ART........ 259.1...... STU PROB-PHOTOGRAPHY .................... TWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......2011 ......HIS......... 104......... U.S. HISTORY.......................................MTWTh            10:20AM-11:20AM.....0215 ......THA ....... 120......... ACTING-BEGINNING .............................. MTTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......2042 ......PSY ........ 101......... GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY......................MTWTh                       10:20AM-11:20AM.....0217 ......THA ....... 121......... ACTING-INTERMEDIATE .......................... MTTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......2056 ......PSY ........ 240......... DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY.........MTWTh                              10:20AM-11:20AM.....0302 ......SPE ........ 101......... SPEECH ESSENTIAL ................................. MTW
9:10AM-10:10AM......2062 ......SOC....... 101......... INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY........................MTWTh                       10:20AM-11:20AM.....0316 ......SPE ........ 102......... SPEECH ESSENTIAL ..............................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......2074 ......SOC....... 160......... GENDER STUDIES................................MTWTh                   10:20AM-11:20AM.....0403 ......MUS ...... 102......... MUSIC THEORY ...................................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......2525 ......SPA ........ 102......... SPANISH-2ND QUARTER ......................MTWTh                     10:20AM-11:20AM.....0406 ......MUS ...... 115......... MUSIC APPRECIATION .........................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......2532 ......SPA ........ 103......... SPANISH-3RD QUARTER.......................MTWTh                     10:20AM-11:20AM.....0422 ......MUS ...... 135......... PIANO CLASS........................................ MWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......2537 ......SPA ........ 202......... SPANISH-5TH QUARTER .......................MTWTh                    10:20AM-11:20AM.....0507 ......ENG ...... 098......... WRITING PREP I ...................................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......2610 ......CJ .......... 232......... CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION ...................MTWTh                    10:20AM-11:20AM.....0513 ......ENG ...... 099......... WRITING PREP II ..................................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......2700 ......HS ......... 102......... COUNSELING: THEORY & PRA .............MTWTh                         10:20AM-11:20AM.....0535 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .....................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......3006 ......CS.......... 102......... VISUAL BASIC 1 ...................................MTWTh             10:20AM-11:20AM.....0537 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .....................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......3024 ......CS.......... 115......... JAVASCRIPT/CSS (INTERNET .................MTWTh                     10:20AM-11:20AM.....0538 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .....................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......3026 ......CS.......... 122......... PC HARDWARE 2.................................MTWTh                 10:20AM-11:20AM.....0568 ......ENG ...... 201......... ADVANCED ENGLISH COMP ...............MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......3038 ......CS.......... 202......... VISUAL BASIC 2 ...................................MTWTh             10:20AM-11:20AM.....0577 ......ENG ...... 201......... ADVANCED ENGLISH COMP ...............MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......3050 ......CS.......... 231......... WINDOWS NETWORK ADMINIST .........MTWTh                             10:20AM-11:20AM.....0604 ......LIT ......... 150......... INTRO TO LITERATURE.........................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......3077 ......CA ......... 100......... INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTERS.............MTWTh                           10:20AM-11:20AM.....1026 ......BA ......... 252......... PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING .............MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......4074 ......HE ......... 220......... DRUGS AND HEALTH ............................. MTW                  10:20AM-11:20AM.....1032 ......BA ......... 254......... BUSINESS LAW ....................................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......4077 ......HE ......... 230......... FIRST-AID SAFETY.................................... MTW            10:20AM-11:20AM.....1034 ......BA ......... 262......... MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES..................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......4086 ......HE ......... 240......... STRESS MANAGEMENT ........................... MTW                   10:20AM-11:20AM.....1050 ......EC ......... 201......... PRINCIPLES OF ECON I ........................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......4609 ......PE.......... 112.1...... AEROBIC DANCE I .................................... MW              10:20AM-11:20AM.....1053 ......EC ......... 201......... PRINCIPLES OF ECON I ........................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......4610 ......PE.......... 113.1...... AEROBIC DANCE II ................................... MW              10:20AM-11:20AM.....1902 ......BT.......... 101......... KEYBOARDING I ..................................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......4612 ......PE.......... 114.1...... AEROBIC DANCE III .................................. MW              10:20AM-11:20AM.....1903 ......BT.......... 101......... KEYBOARDING I ..................................MTWTh
9:10AM-10:10AM......5022 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .....................MTWTh                       10:20AM-11:20AM.....1910 ......BT.......... 102......... KEYBOARDING II .................................MTWTh
                                                                                                                             10:20AM-11:20AM.....1911 ......BT.......... 109.1...... KEYBOARDING/SKILLBUILD..................MTWTh
                                                                                                                                                                                         Classes by Start Times - 66
                                                                      CLASSES BY START TIME
   START TIME        LINE #      DIV COURSE #                 TITLE                                               DAY      START TIME        LINE #       DIV COURSE #                TITLE                                              DAY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....1913 ......BT.......... 109.2...... KEYBOARDING/SKILLBUILD..................MTWTh                   11:30AM-12:30PM .....0341 ......SPE ........ 260......... MULTICULTURAL COMMUNICAT..........MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....2034 ......PS .......... 103......... INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS................MTWTh                  11:30AM-12:30PM .....0435 ......MUS ...... 181......... CHORUS ...................................................TTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....2043 ......PSY ........ 101......... GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY......................MTWTh                  11:30AM-12:30PM .....0445 ......MUS ...... 281......... ADVANCED CHORUS ............................ DAILY
10:20AM-12:30PM .....2064 ......SOC....... 101......... INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY..............................TTh             11:30AM-12:30PM .....0506 ......ENG ...... 098......... WRITING PREP I ...................................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....2068 ......SOC....... 150......... MARRIAGE-FAMILY ...............................MTWTh             11:30AM-12:30PM .....0539 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .....................MTWTh
10:20AM-12:30PM .....2076 ......SOC....... 199......... TERRORISM .............................................. MW     11:30AM-12:30PM .....0540 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .....................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....2078 ......SOC....... 201......... GLOBAL SOCIAL PROBLEMS.................MTWTh                     11:30AM-12:30PM .....0574 ......ENG ...... 201......... ADVANCED ENGLISH COMP ...............MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....2520 ......SPA ........ 101......... SPANISH-1ST QUARTER ........................MTWTh              11:30AM-12:30PM .....0613 ......LIT ......... 270......... SHAKESPEARE......................................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....2528 ......SPA ........ 102......... SPANISH-2ND QUARTER ......................MTWTh                11:30AM-12:30PM .....1012 ......BA ......... 101......... INTRO TO BUSINESS ............................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....2602 ......CJ .......... 132......... CRIMINAL LAW ..................................... MWTh       11:30AM-12:30PM .....1014 ......BA ......... 165......... INVESTMENTS .....................................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....2702 ......HS ......... 103......... ETHICAL & LEGAL ISS IN.......................... MTW           11:30AM-12:30PM .....1022 ......BA ......... 251......... PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING .............MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....3008 ......CS.......... 102......... VISUAL BASIC 1 ...................................MTWTh        11:30AM-12:30PM .....1036 ......BA ......... 267......... MARKETING SPECIAL PROJEC...............MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....3014 ......CS.......... 106......... DATABASE SYSTEMS 1..........................MTWTh              11:30AM-12:30PM .....1038 ......BA ......... 268......... MARKETING SPECIAL PROJEC...............MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....3016 ......CS.......... 109......... PC HARDWARE 1.................................MTWTh            11:30AM-12:30PM .....1040 ......BA ......... 269......... MARKETING SPECIAL PROJEC...............MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....3022 ......CS.......... 114......... HTML (INTERNET PUBLISHIN................MTWTh                  11:30AM-12:30PM .....1052 ......EC ......... 201......... PRINCIPLES OF ECON I ........................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....3042 ......CS.......... 206......... DATABASE SYSTEMS 2..........................MTWTh              11:30AM-12:30PM .....2007 ......HIS......... 103......... WORLD CIVILIZATIONS........................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....3401 ......ENT ....... 121......... ENGINEERING FUNDAMENTALS............. MTW                       11:30AM-12:30PM .....2012 ......HIS......... 105......... U.S. HISTORY.......................................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....3403 ......ENT ....... 121.1...... ENGINEER FUND LAB ................................ Th            11:30AM-12:30PM .....2020 ......GEO ...... 150......... CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY ......................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....3413 ......ENT ....... 224......... STRUCTURES .......................................MTWTh         11:30AM-12:30PM .....2022 ......PHI ........ 101......... PHILOSOPHY INTRODUCTION .............MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....4014 ......ADN ...... 221.1...... NURSING V LAB .......................................... M        11:30AM-12:30PM .....2044 ......PSY ........ 101......... GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY......................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....4016 ......ADN ...... 221.1...... NURSING V LAB .......................................... M        11:30AM-12:30PM .....2045 ......PSY ........ 101......... GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY......................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....4018 ......ADN ...... 221.1...... NURSING V LAB .......................................... M        11:30AM-12:30PM .....2054 ......PSY ........ 202......... INTRO ABNORM PSYCHOLOGY ...........MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....4020 ......ADN ...... 221.1...... NURSING V LAB .......................................... M        11:30AM-12:30PM .....2072 ......ANT ....... 120......... INTRO TO CULTURAL ANTHRO ............MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....4022 ......ADN ...... 221.1...... NURSING V LAB .......................................... M        11:30AM-12:30PM .....2521 ......SPA ........ 101......... SPANISH-1ST QUARTER ........................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....4075 ......HE ......... 220......... DRUGS AND HEALTH ............................. MTW             11:30AM-12:30PM .....2533 ......SPA ........ 106......... SPANISH FOR SPANISH SPEA................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....4078 ......HE ......... 230......... FIRST-AID SAFETY.................................... MTW       11:30AM-12:30PM .....3010 ......CS.......... 102......... VISUAL BASIC 1 ...................................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....4087 ......HE ......... 240......... STRESS MANAGEMENT ........................... MTW              11:30AM-12:30PM .....3037 ......CS.......... 227......... WINDOWS PROFESSIONAL..................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....4614 ......PE.......... 115.1...... BODY MECHANICS....................................TTh           11:30AM-12:30PM .....3046 ......CS.......... 224......... NETWORKING ESSENTIALS ..................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....5006 ......MTH ...... 091......... BASIC ALGEBRA ...................................MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM .....3074 ......CA ......... 100......... INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTERS.............MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....5026 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .....................MTWTh                  11:30AM-12:30PM .....3405 ......ENT ....... 122......... MATERIALS ............................................. MTTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....5048 ......MTH ...... 154......... PRECALCULUS I ...................................MTWTh           11:30AM-12:30PM .....3411 ......ENT ....... 219......... CONSTRUCTION ESTIMATING .....................MT
10:20AM-11:20AM.....5078 ......MTH ...... 122......... INFORMAL GEOM FOR ELEMEN..........MTWTh                          11:30AM-12:30PM .....3417 ......ENT ....... 229......... CONSTRUCTION SPECIFICA ..................... WTh
10:20AM-11:10AM.....5154 ......BIO ........ 221......... ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY I....................MTWTh                  11:30AM-12:30PM .....4026 ......ADN ...... 235.1...... NURSING TRENDS LAB ................................ M
10:20AM-11:10AM.....5156 ......BIO ........ 221......... ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY I....................MTWTh                  11:30AM-12:30PM .....4028 ......ADN ...... 235.1...... NURSING TRENDS LAB ................................ M
10:20AM-12:10PM .....5170 ......CHM...... 100.1...... SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY LAB ..........................T               11:30AM-12:30PM .....4030 ......ADN ...... 235.1...... NURSING TRENDS LAB ................................ M
10:20AM-11:10AM.....5174 ......CHM...... 101......... INTRO TO CHEMISTRY .........................MTWTh                 11:30AM-12:30PM .....4032 ......ADN ...... 235.1...... NURSING TRENDS LAB ................................ M
10:20AM- 1:10PM ......5182 ......CHM...... 112.1...... GEN CHEMISTRY II LAB ..................................T         11:30AM-12:30PM .....4067 ......HEC....... 111......... NUTRITION .........................................MTWTh
10:20AM-12:10PM .....5184 ......CHM...... 120.1...... ORG CHM/HEALTH SCI LAB ........................ Th                11:30AM-12:30PM .....4092 ......HE ......... 240......... STRESS MANAGEMENT ........................... MTW
10:20AM-11:20AM.....5204 ......GE ......... 281......... STATICS ...............................................MTWTh   11:30AM-12:30PM .....4600 ......PEC........ 180......... CARE & PREVENTION OF ATH ................ MTW
10:20AM-11:20AM.....6014 ......AG......... 145......... AGRICULTURAL ENTOMOLOGY ...........MTWTh                        11:30AM-12:30PM .....4687 ......PE.......... 190.1...... CARDIO KICKBOXING I ..............................TTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....6923 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2.......................................... DAILY     11:30AM-12:30PM .....5008 ......MTH ...... 091......... BASIC ALGEBRA ...................................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....6937 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3.......................................... DAILY     11:30AM- 1:20PM ......5023 ......BIO ........ 111.1...... CORE BIOLOGY-CELL LAB............................. F
10:20AM-11:20AM.....6951 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4.......................................... DAILY     11:30AM-12:30PM .....5038 ......MTH ...... 097......... ALGEBRA REVIEW 2.............................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....6965 ......ABE ....... 050......... BASIC GED PREP.................................... DAILY        11:30AM-12:30PM .....5056 ......MTH ...... 155......... PRECALCULUS II ..................................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7000 ......EFL ........ 096......... ENGLISH READ/WRITE I .......................MTWTh              11:30AM-12:30PM .....5070 ......MTH ...... 231......... CALC/ANALYTIC GEOM I......................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7001 ......EFL ........ 097......... ENGLISH READ/WRITE II ......................MTWTh              11:30AM-12:30PM .....5079 ......MTH ...... 243......... LINEAR ALGEBRA.................................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7406 ......ED ......... 100......... COLLEGE SUCCESS............................... MWTh            11:30AM- 1:40PM ......5093 ......PHY ....... 106.1...... GENERAL PHYSICS II LAB................................T
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7504 ......MTH ...... 080......... WHOLE NUMBERS ................................ DAILY             11:30AM-12:20PM .....5104 ......GEL ....... 101......... PHYSICAL GEOLOGY I.................................. M
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7522 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS ........................................... DAILY      11:30AM- 1:20PM ......5104 ......GEL ....... 101......... PHYSICAL GEOLOGY I.................................. W
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7538 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ..................................... DAILY         11:30AM- 1:20PM ......5108 ......GEL ....... 101.1...... PHYSICAL GEOLOGY I LAB .........................TTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7554 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS....................................MTWTh           11:30AM- 1:20PM ......5122 ......BIO ........ 110.1...... HUMAN BIOLOGY LAB ................................ M
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7570 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY............................ DAILY               11:30AM-12:30PM .....5150 ......BIO ........ 112......... CORE BIOLOGY-PLANT ........................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7602 ......RDG ...... 079......... SPELLING .............................................. DAILY    11:30AM- 1:20PM ......5158 ......BIO ........ 221.1...... ANAT/PHYSIOLOGY I LAB ..........................TTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7685 ......RDG ...... 091......... READING SKILLS ................................... MWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM .....5250 ......ENVS ..... 100......... ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE .................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7686 ......RDG ...... 099......... COL. RDG. SK....................................... MWTh         11:30AM-12:30PM .....6016 ......AG......... 146......... PLANT PATHOLOGY ............................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7708 ......RDG ...... 110......... STUDY TECHNIQUES ............................. DAILY             11:30AM-12:20PM .....7408 ......ED ......... 100......... COLLEGE SUCCESS............................... MWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7869 ......ENG ...... 087......... WRITING SKILLS ..................................... DAILY       11:30AM-12:30PM .....7506 ......MTH ...... 080......... WHOLE NUMBERS ................................ DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....7882 ......ENG ...... 091......... GRAMMAR SKILLS .................................. DAILY          11:30AM-12:30PM .....7524 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS ........................................... DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9185 ......RDG ...... 115......... VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT ............... DAILY                     11:30AM-12:30PM .....7540 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ..................................... DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9340 ......MTH ...... 080......... WHOLE NUMBERS ................................ DAILY             11:30AM-12:30PM .....7556 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS...................................... DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9354 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ..................................... DAILY         11:30AM-12:30PM .....7572 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY............................ DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9358 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS...................................... DAILY        11:30AM-12:30PM .....7618 ......RDG ...... 081......... STUDY TECHNIQ ................................... DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9366 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY............................ DAILY               11:30AM-12:30PM .....7654 ......RDG ...... 087......... RDG SKILLS............................................ DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9490 ......ENG ...... 091......... GRAMMAR SKILLS .................................. DAILY          11:30AM-12:30PM .....7694 ......RDG ...... 105......... SPEED READING.................................... DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9604 ......BT.......... 101......... KEYBOARDING I ..................................MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM .....7728 ......RDG ...... 115......... VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT ............... DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9608 ......BT.......... 102......... KEYBOARDING II .................................MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM .....7883 ......ENG ...... 091......... GRAMMAR SKILLS .................................. DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9609 ......BT.......... 101......... KEYBOARDING I ..................................MTWTh          11:30AM-12:30PM .....9080 ......SPE ........ 110......... COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR...................TTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9610 ......BT.......... 109.1...... KEYBOARDING/SKILLBUILD..................MTWTh                   11:30AM-12:30PM .....9081 ......ENG ...... 099......... WRITING PREP II ..................................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9612 ......BT.......... 109.1...... KEYBOARDING/SKILLBUILD..................MTWTh                   11:30AM-12:30PM .....9218 ......PSY ........ 101......... GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY......................MTWTh
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9616 ......BT.......... 109.2...... KEYBOARDING/SKILLBUILD..................MTWTh                   11:30AM-12:30PM .....9342 ......MTH ...... 080......... WHOLE NUMBERS ................................ DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9618 ......BT.......... 109.2...... KEYBOARDING/SKILLBUILD..................MTWTh                   11:30AM-12:30PM .....9348 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS ........................................... DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9622 ......BT.......... 109.3...... KEYBOARDING/SKILLBUILD..................MTWTh                   11:30AM-12:30PM .....9360 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS...................................... DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9628 ......BT.......... 114......... EDITING..............................................MTWTh     11:30AM-12:30PM .....9368 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY............................ DAILY
10:20AM-12:30PM .....9710 ......ABE ....... 010......... ABE LEVEL 1.......................................... DAILY    11:30AM-12:30PM .....9514 ......MTH ...... 154......... PRECALCULUS I ...................................MTWTh
10:20AM-12:30PM .....9714 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2.......................................... DAILY    11:30AM-12:30PM .....9634 ......BT.......... 130......... PRACTICAL ACCOUNTING I..................MTWTh
10:20AM-12:30PM .....9724 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4.......................................... DAILY    11:30AM-12:30PM .....9897 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ..................................... DAILY
10:20AM-11:20AM.....9894 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS ........................................... DAILY
                                                                                                                        11:40AM- 1:40PM ......9797 ......SNR ....... 062......... COMPUTER II................................................ F
10:30AM-12:30PM .....9161 ......RDG ...... 110......... STUDY TECHNIQUES ...................................Sa
10:30AM-12:30PM .....9180 ......RDG ...... 115......... VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT .....................Sa                  12:00PM-12:50PM .....6204 ......ABT........ 121......... SUBASSEMBLY REPAIR............................ DAILY
10:30AM-12:30PM .....9895 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS .................................................Sa   12:00PM-12:50PM .....6404 ......BPR........ 106......... BLUEPRINT READING I (WT) .................... MTW
                                                                                                                        12:00PM- 4:30PM ......6802 ......WT ........ 100.1...... BASIC WELDING LAB ...........................MTWTh
11:00AM-11:50AM.....4300 ......DHYG .... 122......... ORAL RADIOLOGY II .................................... M          12:00PM- 1:00PM ......6803 ......WT ........ 199......... TRADES SKILLBUILDING 2 ..........................ThF
11:00AM-12:00PM .....6406 ......BPR........ 108......... BLUEPRINT READING I (CT) ........................TTh           12:00PM- 2:00PM ......6930 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2........................................MTWTh
11:00AM-12:00PM .....6805 ......WT ........ 199......... TRADES SKILLBUILDING 2 ......................... MW            12:00PM- 2:00PM ......6944 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3........................................MTWTh
11:00AM- 3:00PM ......6808 ......WT ........ 102.1...... INTRO TO SHIELD METAL AR ................. DAILY               12:00PM- 2:00PM ......6958 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4........................................MTWTh
11:00AM-11:50AM.....6810 ......WT ........ 103......... FUNDAMENTALS OF MAJOR PR............. DAILY                     12:00PM- 2:00PM ......6974 ......ABE ....... 050......... BASIC GED PREP..................................MTWTh
11:00AM-11:50AM.....6830 ......WT ........ 202......... WELDING INSPECTION.......................... DAILY              12:00PM- 2:00PM ......6988 ......ABE ....... 060......... ADVANCED GED PREP ........................MTWTh
11:00AM- 3:00PM ......6842 ......WT ........ 202.1...... GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING ............. DAILY                   12:00PM- 3:00PM ......9670 ......BT.......... 117......... OFFICE ORIENTATION .................................. F
11:00AM- 3:00PM ......6844 ......WT ........ 203.1...... PIPE WELDING CERTIFICAT .................... DAILY             12:00PM- 3:00PM ......9795 ......SNR ....... 052......... CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH ........................ W
11:00AM- 3:00PM ......6846 ......WT ........ 230.1...... PIPE WELD REFRESHER.......................... DAILY
11:00AM- 3:00PM ......6848 ......WT ........ 201.1...... INTRO PIPE WELDING ........................... DAILY           12:30PM- 1:25PM ......7119 ......VESL ...... 084......... HEALTH CARE TECHNICIAN ................... TWTh
                                                                                                                        12:30PM- 1:25PM ......7131 ......RDG ...... 082......... STUDY TECHNIQUES ................................... M
11:05AM-12:05PM .....0609 ......LIT ......... 226......... AMERICAN LITERATURE........................MTWTh             12:30PM- 3:30PM ......7910 ......SNR ....... 024......... FAUX PAINTING .......................................... M
                                                                                                                        12:30PM- 3:30PM ......7924 ......SNR ....... 035......... MIXED ART ................................................. Th
11:15AM-12:15PM .....7117 ......VESL ...... 087......... WORKPLACE SKILLS ...................................TTh        12:30PM- 3:30PM ......9926 ......SNR ....... 036......... DRAWING I ................................................. W
11:15AM-12:15PM .....7117 ......VESL ...... 087......... WORKPLACE SKILLS ..................................... W       12:30PM- 3:30PM ......9927 ......SNR ....... 037......... DRAWING II ................................................. F
11:30AM-12:30PM .....0108 ......ART........ 110......... INTRO TO ART .....................................MTWTh        12:40PM- 1:40PM ......0110 ......ART........ 110......... INTRO TO ART .....................................MTWTh
11:30AM- 1:30PM ......0233 ......THA ....... 227.1...... TOURING REP PART I .................................TTh        12:40PM- 2:50PM ......0112 ......ART........ 111......... DESIGN I .................................................. MW
11:30AM- 1:30PM ......0233 ......THA ....... 227.1...... TOURING REP PART I .................................TTh        12:40PM- 2:50PM ......0114 ......ART........ 111......... DESIGN I ...................................................TTh
11:30AM-12:30PM .....0318 ......SPE ........ 110......... COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR................ MTW                    12:40PM- 3:10PM ......0120 ......ART........ 113.1...... DRAWING I ...............................................TTh
11:30AM-12:30PM .....0320 ......SPE ........ 110......... COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR..................MTh
67 - Classes by Start Time
                                                                        CLASSES BY START TIME
   START TIME        LINE #       DIV COURSE #                  TITLE                                               DAY         START TIME        LINE #       DIV COURSE #                 TITLE                                             DAY
12:40PM- 3:20PM ......0140 ......ART........ 215.1...... PAINTING I ............................................... MW       1:50PM- 3:40PM .......5140 ......BIO ........ 111.1...... CORE BIOLOGY-CELL LAB..............................T
12:40PM- 3:20PM ......0144 ......ART........ 216.1...... PAINTING II .............................................. MW       1:50PM- 3:40PM .......5142 ......BIO ........ 111.1...... CORE BIOLOGY-CELL LAB........................... Th
12:40PM- 3:10PM ......0152 ......ART........ 225.1...... JEWELRY I .................................................TTh      1:50PM- 3:40PM .......5152 ......BIO ........ 112.1...... CORE BIOLOGY - PLANT LAB ....................... W
12:40PM- 3:20PM ......0158 ......ART........ 254.1...... STUDIO PROBLEMS-PAINTING................... MW                      1:50PM- 3:40PM .......5153 ......BIO ........ 112.1...... CORE BIOLOGY - PLANT LAB ....................... M
12:40PM- 3:10PM ......0168 ......ART........ 226.1...... JEWELRY II.................................................TTh      1:50PM- 3:40PM .......5160 ......BIO ........ 221.1...... ANAT/PHYSIOLOGY I LAB ..........................TTh
12:40PM- 2:40PM ......0220 ......THA ....... 126.1...... STAGECRAFT .............................................TTh         1:50PM- 3:40PM .......5172 ......CHM...... 100.1...... SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY LAB ....................... Th
12:40PM- 2:40PM ......0222 ......THA ....... 127.1...... STAGECRAFT .............................................TTh         1:50PM- 4:40PM .......5178 ......CHM...... 111.1...... GENERAL CHEM I LAB ...................................T
12:40PM- 2:40PM ......0223 ......THA ....... 128.1...... STAGECRAFT .............................................TTh         1:50PM- 4:40PM .......5181 ......CHM...... 112.1...... GEN CHEMISTRY II LAB ............................... Th
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......0306 ......SPE ........ 101......... SPEECH ESSENTIAL ............................... MWTh             1:50PM- 4:40PM .......5186 ......CHM...... 222.1...... ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LAB ......................TTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......0321 ......SPE ........ 110......... COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR................ MTW                        1:50PM- 3:40PM .......5254 ......ENVS ..... 100.1...... ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE LAB ...................... W
12:40PM- 2:00PM ......0332 ......THA ....... 199......... PLAY ANALYSIS .........................................MTh         1:50PM- 2:50PM .......7510 ......MTH ...... 080......... WHOLE NUMBERS ..............................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......0424 ......MUS ...... 137......... JAZZ BAND ........................................... DAILY         1:50PM- 2:50PM .......7528 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS .........................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 2:50PM ......0520 ......ENG ...... 099......... WRITING PREP II ....................................... MW          1:50PM- 2:50PM .......7544 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ...................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......0541 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .....................MTWTh                      1:50PM- 2:50PM .......7560 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS....................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......0580 ......ENG ...... 201......... ADVANCED ENGLISH COMP ...............MTWTh                          1:50PM- 2:50PM .......7576 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY..........................MTWTh
12:40PM- 2:50PM ......0600 ......LIT ......... 140......... THE CINEMA ............................................ MW       1:50PM- 2:50PM .......7622 ......RDG ...... 081......... STUDY TECHNIQ .................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......2000 ......ICS ......... 120......... SURVEY OF HISPANIC CULT .................MTWTh                   1:50PM- 2:50PM .......7698 ......RDG ...... 105......... SPEED READING..................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......2013 ......HIS......... 105......... U.S. HISTORY.......................................MTWTh          1:50PM- 2:50PM .......7714 ......RDG ...... 110......... STUDY TECHNIQUES ...........................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......2036 ......PS .......... 103......... INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS................MTWTh                     1:50PM- 2:50PM .......7732 ......RDG ...... 115......... VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT .............MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......2046 ......PSY ........ 101......... GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY......................MTWTh                     1:50PM- 3:50PM .......9304 ......CS.......... 113......... INTRO TO THE INTERNET ............................ W
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......2052 ......PSY ........ 201......... SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY .........................MTWTh                  1:50PM- 2:50PM .......9640 ......BT.......... 150......... CODING I ...........................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......2066 ......SOC....... 101......... INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY........................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......2600 ......CJ .......... 131......... INTRO TO CRIM JUSTICE ....................... MWTh               2:00PM- 5:00PM .......4061 ......NA......... 100......... NURSING ASSISTANT .............................. MWF
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......2710 ......HS ......... 122......... ALCOHOL/DRUG GROUP PROC ..........MTWTh                           2:00PM- 3:50PM .......4312 ......DHYG .... 115.1...... DENTAL MATERIALS LAB .............................. W
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......3012 ......CS.......... 102......... VISUAL BASIC 1 ...................................MTWTh           2:00PM- 3:00PM .......7123 ......VESL ...... 087......... WORKPLACE SKILLS .......................................T
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......3028 ......CS.......... 162......... C++2...................................................MTWTh      2:00PM- 4:00PM .......7735 ......ABE ....... 010......... ABE LEVEL 1........................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......3044 ......CS.......... 221......... SQL1...................................................MTWTh      2:00PM- 4:00PM .......7737 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2........................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......3076 ......CA ......... 100......... INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTERS.............MTWTh                         2:00PM- 4:00PM .......7738 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3........................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......4068 ......HEC....... 111......... NUTRITION .........................................MTWTh            2:00PM- 4:00PM .......7739 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4........................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......4202 ......FCA ....... 137......... FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS .................... MTW                   2:20PM- 3:20PM .......7129 ......RDG ...... 082......... STUDY TECHNIQUES ............................ MWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......4664 ......PE.......... 163.1...... VOLLEYBALL I ............................................TTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......5009 ......MTH ...... 091......... BASIC ALGEBRA ...................................MTWTh              2:30PM- 3:30PM .......7131 ......RDG ...... 082......... STUDY TECHNIQUES .................................. Th
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......5030 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .....................MTWTh                     3:00PM- 4:00PM .......3030 ......CS.......... 195.2...... WORK-BASED LEARNING 1 ..................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......5036 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .....................MTWTh                     3:00PM- 4:00PM .......3032 ......CS.......... 195.2...... WORK-BASED LEARNING 1 ....................... MW
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......5050 ......MTH ...... 154......... PRECALCULUS I ...................................MTWTh              3:00PM- 4:00PM .......3034 ......CS.......... 195.3...... WORK-BASED LEARNING 2 ..................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......5076 ......MTH ...... 233......... CALC/ANALYTIC GEOM III ....................MTWTh                    3:00PM- 4:00PM .......3036 ......CS.......... 195.3...... WORK-BASED LEARNING 2 ....................... MW
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......5090 ......PHY ....... 106......... GENERAL PHYSICS II ............................. MWTh              3:00PM- 4:00PM .......5012 ......MTH ...... 091......... BASIC ALGEBRA ...................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......5132 ......BIO ........ 111......... CORE BIOLOGY-CELL...........................MTWTh                 3:00PM- 4:00PM .......5034 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .....................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......5169 ......CHM...... 100......... SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY .......................MTWTh                     3:00PM- 4:00PM .......5112 ......BIO ........ 100......... GENERAL BIOLOGY .............................MTWTh
12:40PM- 2:30PM ......5176 ......CHM...... 101.1...... INTRO TO CHEMISTRY LAB........................... W                   3:00PM- 4:00PM .......6812 ......WT ........ 103......... FUNDAMENTALS OF MAJOR PR............. DAILY
12:40PM- 1:30PM ......5177 ......CHM...... 111......... GENERAL CHEMISTRY I ........................MTWTh                    3:00PM- 4:00PM .......6840 ......WT ........ 202......... WELDING INSPECTION.......................... DAILY
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......7508 ......MTH ...... 080......... WHOLE NUMBERS ..............................MTWTh                   3:00PM- 5:00PM .......7120 ......VESL ...... 087......... WORKPLACE SKILLS .............................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......7526 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS .........................................MTWTh            3:00PM- 4:00PM .......7512 ......MTH ...... 080......... WHOLE NUMBERS ..............................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......7542 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ...................................MTWTh               3:00PM- 4:00PM .......7546 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ...................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......7558 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS....................................MTWTh              3:00PM- 4:00PM .......7562 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS....................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......7574 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY..........................MTWTh                     3:00PM- 4:00PM .......7578 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY..........................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......7604 ......RDG ...... 079......... SPELLING ............................................MTWTh          3:00PM- 4:00PM .......7700 ......RDG ...... 105......... SPEED READING..................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......7674 ......RDG ...... 089......... SPEED READING..................................MTWTh                3:00PM- 4:00PM .......7890 ......ENG ...... 091......... GRAMMAR SKILLS ................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......7696 ......RDG ...... 105......... SPEED READING..................................MTWTh                3:00PM- 4:00PM .......9636 ......BT.......... 130......... PRACTICAL ACCOUNTING I..................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......7730 ......RDG ...... 115......... VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT .............MTWTh                           3:00PM- 4:00PM .......9638 ......BT.......... 147......... MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY I...................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......7884 ......ENG ...... 091......... GRAMMAR SKILLS ................................MTWTh                3:00PM- 4:00PM .......9649 ......BT.......... 195.2...... SUPERVISED EMPLOYMENT ......................... M
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......9082 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .....................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......9324 ......CA ......... 100......... INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTERS.............MTWTh                         4:00PM- 6:00PM .......4000 ......PHLEB.... 100.1...... PHLEBOTOMY LAB ................................... ARR
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......9328 ......CA ......... 124......... INTERMEDIATE SPREADSHEET..............MTWTh                       4:00PM- 5:00PM .......4677 ......PE.......... 140.1...... SOFTBALL I..........................................MTWTh
12:40PM- 1:40PM ......9330 ......CA ......... 125......... DATABASE APPLICATIONS ....................MTWTh                   4:00PM- 6:00PM .......5114 ......BIO ........ 100.1...... GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB .............................. M
12:40PM- 1:30PM ......9632 ......BT.......... 118......... LEGAL ASPECTS OF THE MED ................ TWTh                    4:00PM- 6:00PM .......5116 ......BIO ........ 100.1...... GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB ................................T
                                                                                                                             4:00PM- 6:00PM .......5162 ......BIO ........ 222......... ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II ......................TTh
1:00PM- 3:00PM .......4302 ......DHYG .... 122.1...... ORAL RADIOLOGY II LAB .............................. F                4:00PM- 6:00PM .......5164 ......BIO ........ 222.1...... ANAT & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB...................... MW
1:00PM- 1:50PM .......4310 ......DHYG .... 115......... DENTAL MATERIALS ..................................... W             4:00PM- 6:00PM .......5166 ......BIO ........ 222.1...... ANAT & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB.......................TTh
1:00PM- 5:00PM .......4322 ......DHYG .... 221.1...... COMMUNITY ORAL HEALTH I ........................T                     4:00PM- 5:50PM .......8568 ......BIO ........ 111.1...... CORE BIOLOGY-CELL LAB............................ W
1:00PM- 2:00PM .......5040 ......MTH ...... 100......... ALGEBRAIC TOOLS FOR VOCA ................. MW
1:00PM- 3:50PM .......6208 ......ABT........ 121.1...... SUBASSEMBLY REPAIR LAB ..................... DAILY                  4:10PM- 5:10PM .......7514 ......MTH ...... 080......... WHOLE NUMBERS ..............................MTWTh
1:00PM- 5:00PM .......6816 ......WT ........ 103.1...... ADVANCED SHIELD METAL AR............... DAILY                       4:10PM- 5:10PM .......7532 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS .........................................MTWTh
1:00PM- 5:00PM .......6820 ......WT ........ 104.1...... SHIELD METAL ARC WELDING ............... DAILY                      4:10PM- 5:10PM .......7548 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ...................................MTWTh
1:00PM- 5:00PM .......6824 ......WT ........ 105.1...... GAS METAL ARC WELDING (M ............... DAILY                      4:10PM- 5:10PM .......7564 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS....................................MTWTh
1:00PM- 4:00PM .......7918 ......SNR ....... 032......... ART OILS I.................................................... M   4:10PM- 5:10PM .......7580 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY..........................MTWTh
1:00PM- 4:00PM .......7938 ......SNR ....... 075......... FIBER ARTS ................................................. Th    4:10PM- 5:10PM .......7718 ......RDG ...... 110......... STUDY TECHNIQUES ...........................MTWTh
1:00PM- 4:00PM .......7940 ......SNR ....... 076......... SEW IT AND LOVE IT ................................... M           4:10PM- 5:00PM .......9668 ......BT.......... 290......... PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT............. TWTh
1:00PM- 4:00PM .......9787 ......SNR ....... 072......... NEEDLE CRAFT..............................................T
                                                                                                                             5:00PM- 7:10PM .......5103 ......GE ......... 281......... STATICS .................................................... MW
1:00PM- 4:00PM .......9790 ......SNR ....... 022......... PHOTO MEMORIES ..................................... W
                                                                                                                             5:00PM- 7:00PM .......7122 ......VESL ...... 087......... WORKPLACE SKILLS .................................. MW
1:00PM- 4:00PM .......9792 ......SNR ....... 030......... WATERCOLOR............................................. M
                                                                                                                             5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8029 ......THA ....... 222.1...... ACTING STUDIO .......................................... W
1:00PM- 4:00PM .......9793 ......SNR ....... 031......... WATERCOLOR............................................. M
                                                                                                                             5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8031 ......THA ....... 244......... STAGE MAKEUP.............................................T
1:00PM- 4:00PM .......9794 ......SNR ....... 051......... CREATIVE WRITING........................................T
                                                                                                                             5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8039 ......SPE ........ 260......... MULTICULTURAL COMMUNICAT................TTh
1:20PM- 2:20PM .......7128 ......ABE ....... 050......... BASIC GED PREP................................... MWTh             5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8062 ......SPE ........ 101......... SPEECH ESSENTIAL ...................................... M
                                                                                                                             5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8064 ......SPE ........ 101......... SPEECH ESSENTIAL ...................................... W
1:25PM- 2:25PM .......7127 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS..................................... MWTh             5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8065 ......SPE ........ 101......... SPEECH ESSENTIAL ..................................... Th
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......0308 ......SPE ........ 101......... SPEECH ESSENTIAL ................................ TWTh            5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8067 ......SPE ........ 110......... COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR..................... W
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......0426 ......MUS ...... 140......... VOCAL JAZZ.......................................... DAILY          5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8160 ......PL .......... 107......... INTERVIEW/INVESTIGATION ..........................T
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......0444 ......MUS ...... 242......... ADVANCED VOCAL JAZZ....................... DAILY                    5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8161 ......PL .......... 122......... INTERMED CONTRACT LAW........................ Th
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......2005 ......HIS......... 102......... WORLD CIVILIZATIONS........................MTWTh                  5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8163 ......PL .......... 151......... LEGAL RESEARCH & WRITING ................... MW
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......2048 ......PSY ........ 101......... GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY......................MTWTh                     5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8198 ......BA ......... 271......... HUMAN RELATIONS BUSINESS...................TTh
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......2708 ......HS ......... 120......... DRUG/ALCOHOL COUNSEL TEC ............ MTW                         5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8203 ......PSY ........ 101......... GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY........................... MW
1:50PM- 3:50PM .......3020 ......CS.......... 113......... INTRO TO THE INTERNET ............................ M              5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8204 ......HIS......... 103......... WORLD CIVILIZATIONS..............................TTh
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......4010 ......ADN ...... 221......... NURSING V .........................................MTWTh            5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8207 ......PSY ........ 240......... DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY...............TTh
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......4012 ......ADN ...... 221......... NURSING V .........................................MTWTh            5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8302 ......CA ......... 100......... INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTERS.................. MW
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......4041 ......NRS ....... 121......... NURSING II..........................................MTWTh          5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8304 ......CS.......... 102......... VISUAL BASIC 1 .........................................TTh
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......4042 ......NRS ....... 121......... NURSING II..........................................MTWTh          5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8306 ......CS.......... 161......... C++1........................................................ MW
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......4043 ......NRS ....... 121......... NURSING II..........................................MTWTh          5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8334 ......CS.......... 213......... ADVANCED INTERNET.............................. MW
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......4200 ......FCA ....... 105......... HYDRAULICS .......................................... MTW          5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8336 ......CS.......... 224......... NETWORKING ESSENTIALS ........................TTh
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......4676 ......PE.......... 187.1...... BASEBALL I ............................................ DAILY      5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8340 ......CS.......... 229......... WEBMASTER ............................................ MW
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......4680 ......PE.......... 188.1...... BASEBALL II ........................................... DAILY      5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8342 ......CS.......... 230......... ACTIVE DIRECTORY....................................TTh
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......4682 ......PE.......... 189.1...... BASEBALL III........................................... DAILY      5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8345 ......ENT ....... 171.1...... TECH DRAFTING ...................................... MW
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......5010 ......MTH ...... 091......... BASIC ALGEBRA ...................................MTWTh              5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8346 ......ENT ....... 172.1...... TECH DRAFTING ...................................... MW
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......5032 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .....................MTWTh                     5:00PM- 5:50PM .......8430 ......DHYG .... 121.1...... DENTAL EMERGENCIES LAB......................... W
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......5041 ......MTH ...... 113......... GEOMETRY/TRIGONOMETRY...............MTWTh                           5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8462 ......HE ......... 240......... STRESS MANAGEMENT ..................................T
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......5058 ......MTH ...... 106......... BUSINESS MATHEMATICS.....................MTWTh                      5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8511 ......MTH ...... 091......... BASIC ALGEBRA ........................................ MW
1:50PM- 2:50PM .......5063 ......MTH ...... 143......... BASIC STATISTICS .................................MTWTh             5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8512 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .......................... MW
1:50PM- 3:40PM .......5087 ......PHY ....... 100.1...... CONCEPTS OF PHYSICS LAB ........................ W                  5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8515 ......MTH ...... 113......... GEOMETRY/TRIGONOMETRY.....................TTh
1:50PM- 4:00PM .......5092 ......PHY ....... 106.1...... GENERAL PHYSICS II LAB................................T             5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8519 ......MTH ...... 147......... FINITE MATH .............................................TTh
1:50PM- 3:40PM .......5124 ......BIO ........ 110.1...... HUMAN BIOLOGY LAB ................................ M               5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8524 ......MTH ...... 122......... INFORMAL GEOM FOR ELEMEN............... MW

                                                                                                                                                                                           Classes by Start Times - 68
                                                                       CLASSES BY START TIME
   START TIME        LINE #       DIV COURSE #                 TITLE                                             DAY         START TIME        LINE #       DIV COURSE #                TITLE                                                DAY
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8525 ......MTH ...... 243......... LINEAR ALGEBRA.......................................TTh         6:00PM- 8:30PM .......8020 ......ART........ 220.1...... SCULPTURE I ............................................ MW
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......8530 ......CHM...... 100......... SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY .............................TTh              6:00PM- 8:30PM .......8022 ......ART........ 221.1...... SCULPTURE II............................................ MW
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......8532 ......CHM...... 100.1...... SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY LAB ....................... Th                 6:00PM- 8:30PM .......8024 ......ART........ 222.1...... POTTERY I .................................................TTh
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......8534 ......CHM...... 101......... INTRO TO CHEMISTRY ...............................TTh             6:00PM- 8:30PM .......8030 ......ART........ 242.1...... ILLUSTRATION II.........................................TTh
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......8536 ......CHM...... 101.1...... INTRO TO CHEMISTRY LAB.......................... Th                6:00PM- 8:30PM .......8034 ......ART........ 253.1...... STUDIO PROBLEMS-DRAWING...................TTh
5:00PM- 8:30PM .......8538 ......CHM...... 112......... GENERAL CHEMISTRY II ............................ MW              6:00PM- 8:30PM .......8036 ......ART........ 255.1...... STUDIO PROB-SCULPTURE ........................ MW
5:00PM- 8:30PM .......8539 ......CHM...... 112.1...... GEN CHEMISTRY II LAB ................................ W            6:00PM- 8:30PM .......8038 ......ART........ 257.1...... STUDIO PROBLEMS-POTTERY .....................TTh
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......8544 ......CHM...... 222.1...... ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II LAB ......................TTh                 6:00PM-10:00PM ......8040 ......ART........ 259.1...... STU PROB-PHOTOGRAPHY ............................T
5:00PM- 9:00PM .......8545 ......CHM...... 252......... QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS II ....................... MW               6:00PM-10:00PM ......8040 ......ART........ 259.1...... STU PROB-PHOTOGRAPHY ............................T
5:00PM- 9:00PM .......8546 ......CHM...... 252.1...... QUANTIT ANALYSIS II LAB ......................... MW               6:00PM- 8:00PM .......8348 ......ENT ....... 269......... AUTO LISP ................................................... W
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8550 ......GE ......... 101......... ENGINEERING DRAWING I ....................... MW               6:00PM- 8:00PM .......8357 ......ENT ....... 267......... AUTOCAD I ...................................................T
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8552 ......GE ......... 102......... ENGINEERING DRAWING II ...................... MW               6:00PM- 8:00PM .......8362 ......ENT ....... 268......... AUTOCAD II ............................................... Th
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......8554 ......GEL ....... 101......... PHYSICAL GEOLOGY I............................... MW            6:00PM- 8:00PM .......8368 ......ENT ....... 272......... ADVANCED 3D ........................................... M
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......8556 ......GEL ....... 101.1...... PHYSICAL GEOLOGY I LAB ........................ MW               6:00PM- 9:00PM .......8410 ......PMD ...... 201......... PARAMEDIC I............................................ MW
5:00PM- 7:00PM .......8600 ......PHY ....... 202......... ENGINEERING PHYSICS II...........................TTh            6:00PM- 9:00PM .......8513 ......AST ........ 101......... ASTRONOMY............................................ MW
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......8741 ......ED ......... 135......... CAREER PLANNING STRAT ........................... W            6:00PM- 9:00PM .......8514 ......AST ........ 101.1...... ASTRONOMY LAB ..................................... MW
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8894 ......ENG ...... 098......... WRITING PREP I .........................................TTh      6:00PM- 9:00PM .......8560 ......BIO ........ 100......... GENERAL BIOLOGY ...................................TTh
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8896 ......ENG ...... 099......... WRITING PREP II ....................................... MW       6:00PM- 9:00PM .......8562 ......BIO ........ 100.1...... GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB ............................TTh
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8898 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION ...........................TTh               6:00PM- 9:00PM .......8564 ......BIO ........ 111......... CORE BIOLOGY-CELL................................... M
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8899 ......ENG ...... 201......... ADVANCED ENGLISH COMP .....................TTh                   6:00PM- 7:00PM .......8564 ......BIO ........ 111......... CORE BIOLOGY-CELL................................... W
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......8909 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .......................... MW                6:00PM- 9:00PM .......8570 ......BIO ........ 221......... ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY I......................... MW
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......9040 ......SPE ........ 101......... SPEECH ESSENTIAL ........................................T     6:00PM- 9:00PM .......8570 ......BIO ........ 221......... ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY I..............................T
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......9064 ......ART........ 110......... INTRO TO ART ...........................................TTh     6:00PM- 9:00PM .......8572 ......BIO ........ 221.1...... ANAT/PHYSIOLOGY I LAB ......................... MW
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......9084 ......ENG ...... 101......... ENGLISH COMPOSITION .......................... MW                6:00PM- 8:00PM .......8574 ......BIO ........ 222......... ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II ..................... MW
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......9100 ......BA ......... 252......... PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING ...................TTh                6:00PM- 8:00PM .......8576 ......BIO ........ 222.1...... ANAT & PHYSIOLOGY II LAB.......................TTh
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......9201 ......PS .......... 100......... AMERICAN GOVERNMENT ........................TTh               6:00PM- 9:00PM .......8590 ......ENVS ..... 100......... ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE .......................TTh
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......9208 ......SOC....... 101......... INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY............................. MW               6:00PM- 9:00PM .......8592 ......ENVS ..... 100.1...... ENVIRONMENT SCIENCE LAB ....................TTh
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......9302 ......CS.......... 102......... VISUAL BASIC 1 ........................................ MW     6:00PM- 7:00PM .......8630 ......AMT....... 100......... BASIC AUTO MAINTENANCE......................TTh
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......9516 ......MTH ...... 155......... PRECALCULUS II ....................................... MW        6:00PM- 7:00PM .......8634 ......AMT....... 102......... INTRO TO THE AUTO TRADES....................TTh
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......9519 ......MTH ...... 232......... CALC/ANALYTIC GEOM II...........................TTh
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......9703 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2...............................................MT    6:15PM- 9:00PM .......6111 ......EAP........ 151......... RESIDENTIAL APP 1ST YR A.........................TTh
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......9704 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3...............................................MT    6:15PM- 9:00PM .......6112 ......EAP........ 151......... RESIDENTIAL APP 2ND YR B .......................TTh
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......9705 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2................................................ W   6:15PM- 9:00PM .......8610 ......EAP........ 151......... RESIDENTIAL APPRENTICE...................... DAILY
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......9706 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4...............................................MT    6:15PM- 9:00PM .......8610 ......EAP........ 151......... RESIDENTIAL APPRENTICE...................... DAILY
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......9707 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3................................................ W   6:15PM- 9:00PM .......8619 ......EAP........ 151......... RESIDENTIAL APPRENTICE...................... DAILY
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......9711 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4................................................ W   6:15PM- 9:00PM .......8619 ......EAP........ 151......... RESIDENTIAL APPRENTICE...................... DAILY
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......9740 ......ECE ....... 102......... INTRO TO CURRICULUM.............................. W             6:30PM- 8:30PM .......7419 ......ED ......... 112......... INTRO TO ESL TEACH STRAT ....................... Th
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......9742 ......ECE ....... 107......... UNDERSTANDING SPEC NEEDS................... M                   6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8676 ......WT ........ 102.1...... INTRO TO SHIELD METAL AR .....................TTh
5:00PM- 8:00PM .......9744 ......ECE ....... 116......... STARS 20 HR IN SPANISH .............................. F         6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8677 ......WT ........ 100.1...... BASIC WELDING LAB ................................ MW
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......9748 ......ECE ....... 151......... SUPERVISED PRACTICUM ............................ Th            6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8681 ......WT ........ 102.1...... INTRO TO SHIELD METAL AR .................... MW
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......9750 ......ECE ....... 217......... ECE ENVIRONMENTS ....................................T          6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8682 ......WT ........ 103.1...... ADVANCED SHIELD METAL AR.................. MW
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......9750 ......ECE ....... 217......... ECE ENVIRONMENTS ....................................T          6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8683 ......WT ........ 104.1...... SHIELD METAL ARC WELDING .................. MW
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......9805 ......ENG ...... 099......... WRITING PREP II ........................................... F    6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8684 ......WT ........ 105.1...... GAS METAL ARC WELDING (M .................. MW
5:00PM- 7:10PM .......9805 ......ENG ...... 099......... WRITING PREP II ..........................................Sa     6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8685 ......WT ........ 130.1...... METALLIC ARC REFRESHER........................ MW
5:00PM- 7:30PM .......9819 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .............................. F            6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8686 ......WT ........ 201.1...... INTRO PIPE WELDING .............................. MW
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......9821 ......MTH ...... 234......... MULTI-VARIABLE CALCULUS.......................... F              6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8687 ......WT ........ 202.1...... GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING ................ MW
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......9823 ......PSY ........ 101......... GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY............................... F            6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8688 ......WT ........ 203.1...... PIPE WELDING CERTIFICAT ....................... MW
5:00PM- 7:20PM .......9877 ......ED ......... 107......... INTRO TO UNDERSTANDING S ................... Th                6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8689 ......WT ........ 102.1...... INTRO TO SHIELD METAL AR .....................TTh
5:00PM- 9:30PM .......9886 ......CA ......... 100......... INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTERS...................... F                6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8690 ......WT ........ 103.1...... ADVANCED SHIELD METAL AR...................TTh
5:10PM- 7:30PM .......9106 ......EC ......... 201......... PRINCIPLES OF ECON I ............................. MW          6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8691 ......WT ........ 104.1...... SHIELD METAL ARC WELDING ...................TTh
                                                                                                                          6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8692 ......WT ........ 105.1...... GAS METAL ARC WELDING (M ...................TTh
5:15PM- 7:25PM .......9327 ......CA ......... 100......... INTRO TO MICROCOMPUTERS...................TTh                  6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8693 ......WT ........ 130.1...... METALLIC ARC REFRESHER.........................TTh
5:15PM- 7:25PM .......9639 ......BT.......... 147......... MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY I.........................TTh              6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8694 ......WT ........ 201.1...... INTRO PIPE WELDING ...............................TTh
5:15PM- 7:25PM .......9671 ......BT.......... 101......... KEYBOARDING I ....................................... MW       6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8695 ......WT ........ 202.1...... GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING .................TTh
5:15PM- 7:25PM .......9674 ......BT.......... 109.1...... KEYBOARDING/SKILLBUILD....................... MW                6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8696 ......WT ........ 203.1...... PIPE WELDING CERTIFICAT ........................TTh
5:15PM- 7:25PM .......9678 ......BT.......... 109.3...... KEYBOARDING/SKILLBUILD....................... MW                6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8697 ......WT ........ 230.1...... PIPE WELD REFRESHER..............................TTh
5:15PM- 7:25PM .......9683 ......BT.......... 161......... CALCULATING MACHINES ........................ MW               6:30PM- 9:30PM .......8698 ......WT ........ 230.1...... PIPE WELD REFRESHER............................. MW
5:15PM- 7:25PM .......9685 ......BT.......... 174......... WORD PROCESSING II ...............................TTh
                                                                                                                          7:00PM-10:00PM ......8150 ......CJ .......... 290......... BASIC RESERVE OFFICER LA ................... TWTh
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8500 ......MTH ...... 080......... WHOLE NUMBERS ................................... MW             7:00PM-10:00PM ......8422 ......FS .......... 141......... HAZARDOUS MATERIALS I............................ M
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8501 ......MTH ...... 080......... WHOLE NUMBERS ....................................TTh            7:00PM-10:00PM ......8424 ......FFT ........ 141......... HAZARDOUS MATERIALS I..............................T
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8502 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS .............................................. MW      7:00PM- 9:00PM .......8566 ......BIO ........ 111.1...... CORE BIOLOGY-CELL LAB............................ W
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8503 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS ...............................................TTh     7:00PM- 9:00PM .......8613 ......PHY ....... 202.1...... ENGINEER PHYSICS II LAB ..............................T
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8504 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ........................................ MW         7:00PM- 9:00PM .......8614 ......PHY ....... 202.1...... ENGINEER PHYSICS II LAB ........................... Th
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8505 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER .........................................TTh        7:00PM-10:00PM ......8632 ......AMT....... 100.1...... BASIC AUTO MAINT LAB ............................TTh
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8506 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS......................................... MW        7:00PM-10:00PM ......8636 ......AMT....... 102.1...... INTRO TO AUTO TRADES LAB ....................TTh
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8507 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS..........................................TTh
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8508 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY............................... MW               7:30PM- 9:00PM .......6026 ......AG......... 245......... AG BUSINESS MANAGEMENT ................... MW
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8509 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY................................TTh              7:30PM- 9:30PM .......8044 ......MUS ...... 118......... BAND ...........................................................T
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8700 ......ABE ....... 010......... ABE LEVEL 1............................................. MW     7:30PM- 9:30PM .......8046 ......MUS ...... 125......... ORCHESTRA ................................................ M
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8700 ......ABE ....... 010......... ABE LEVEL 1............................................. MW     7:30PM- 9:50PM .......8068 ......SPE ........ 110......... COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOR.......................T
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8702 ......ABE ....... 010......... ABE LEVEL 1..............................................TTh    7:30PM- 9:50PM .......8162 ......PL .......... 141......... PROBATE PROCEDURES.................................T
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8705 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2............................................. MW     7:30PM- 9:50PM .......8166 ......PL .......... 199......... CRIMINAL PROCEEDURES ............................ W
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8706 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2..............................................TTh    7:30PM- 9:50PM .......8170 ......PL .......... 212......... REAL ESTATE & PERS PROP........................... M
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8710 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3............................................. MW     7:30PM- 9:50PM .......8171 ......PL .......... 218......... ADV CRIMINAL LAW ................................... Th
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8712 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3..............................................TTh    7:30PM- 9:40PM .......8320 ......CS.......... 109......... PC HARDWARE 1.......................................TTh
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8716 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4............................................. MW     7:30PM- 9:40PM .......8331 ......CS.......... 162......... C++2........................................................ MW
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8718 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4..............................................TTh    7:30PM- 9:50PM .......8332 ......CS.......... 212......... VISUAL BASIC 3 .........................................TTh
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8724 ......ABE ....... 050......... BASIC GED PREP....................................... MW        7:30PM- 9:50PM .......8338 ......CS.......... 227......... WINDOWS PROFESSIONAL........................TTh
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8812 ......RDG ...... 087......... RDG SKILLS................................................TTh    7:30PM- 9:40PM .......8526 ......MTH ...... 121......... STRUCTURE OF ELEM MATH ..................... MW
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8822 ......RDG ...... 105......... SPEED READING....................................... MW          7:30PM- 9:50PM .......9042 ......SPE ........ 101......... SPEECH ESSENTIAL ..................................... Th
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8830 ......RDG ...... 115......... VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT ...................TTh                    7:30PM- 9:30PM .......9076 ......MUS ...... 115......... MUSIC APPRECIATION ...............................TTh
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8888 ......ENG ...... 087......... WRITING SKILLS .........................................TTh      7:30PM- 9:40PM .......9212 ......SPA ........ 102......... SPANISH-2ND QUARTER ........................... MW
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......8890 ......ENG ...... 091......... GRAMMAR SKILLS ..................................... MW          7:30PM- 9:50PM .......9400 ......HEC....... 111......... NUTRITION ...............................................TTh
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......9129 ......RDG ...... 115......... VOCABULARY IMPROVEMENT .................. MW                     7:30PM- 9:50PM .......9404 ......HE ......... 240......... STRESS MANAGEMENT ............................... Th
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......9498 ......ENG ...... 091......... GRAMMAR SKILLS ..................................... MW          7:30PM- 9:40PM .......9510 ......MTH ...... 091......... BASIC ALGEBRA ........................................ MW
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......9501 ......MTH ...... 081......... FRACTIONS .............................................. MW      7:30PM- 9:40PM .......9512 ......MTH ...... 095......... INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA .......................... MW
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......9506 ......MTH ...... 083......... REVIEW BASICS......................................... MW        7:30PM- 9:40PM .......9517 ......MTH ...... 130......... MATH APPRECIATION ................................TTh
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......9508 ......MTH ...... 084......... ALGEBRA/GEOMETRY............................... MW               7:30PM- 9:40PM .......9518 ......MTH ...... 143......... BASIC STATISTICS ...................................... MW
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......9728 ......ABE ....... 010......... ABE LEVEL 1............................................. MW     7:40PM-10:00PM ......9754 ......ECE ....... 105......... PHYSICAL EDUCATION ..................................T
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......9730 ......ABE ....... 020......... ABE LEVEL 2............................................. MW     7:40PM-10:00PM ......9754 ......ECE ....... 105......... PHYSICAL EDUCATION ..................................T
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......9732 ......ABE ....... 030......... ABE LEVEL 3............................................. MW     7:40PM-10:00PM ......9756 ......ECE ....... 209......... PARENT INVOLVEMENT............................... W
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......9734 ......ABE ....... 040......... ABE LEVEL 4............................................. MW     7:40PM-10:00PM ......9879 ......ED ......... 108......... PARAEDUCATOR IN SCHOOLS .................... Th
5:20PM- 8:40PM .......9782 ......MTH ...... 082......... MEAS/DEC/PER ........................................ MW
                                                                                                                          8:00PM-10:00PM ......8349 ......ENT ....... 269.1...... AUTO LISP LAB ............................................ W
6:00PM- 7:20PM .......6024 ......AG......... 244......... AG LABOR RELATIONS.............................. MW             8:00PM-10:00PM ......8358 ......ENT ....... 267.1...... AUTOCAD I LAB ............................................T
6:00PM- 8:30PM .......8012 ......ART........ 113.1...... DRAWING I ...............................................TTh     8:00PM-10:00PM ......8364 ......ENT ....... 268.1...... AUTOCAD II LAB......................................... Th
6:00PM- 8:30PM .......8014 ......ART........ 114.1...... DRAWING II ..............................................TTh     8:00PM-10:00PM ......8369 ......ENT ....... 272.1...... ADVANCED 3D LAB .................................... M
6:00PM-10:00PM ......8018 ......ART........ 201.1...... PHOTOGRAPHY I...........................................T
6:00PM-10:00PM ......8018 ......ART........ 201.1...... PHOTOGRAPHY I...........................................T
6:00PM- 9:30PM .......8019 ......ART........ 208.1...... DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY ............................. W

69 - Classes by Start Time
                                                                 FINALS SCHEDULE
Special Note: 1.) All Math 91 and Math 95 students who are enrolled in a day section will take the final exam at the same time,
 Special Notes: All Math 91 and Math 95 students who are enrolled in a day section will take the final exam at the
indicated below. Evening Math 91 & Math 95 sections will take the final on the last scheduled final day, as indicated under Evening
 special time English 201 students who Math 91 & Math 95 sections take the final exam on Wednesday at the same time,
Classes. 2.) Allindicated below. Eveningare enrolled in a day section willwill take the final on the last regularly scheduled
 class day. Evening English 201 sections will take the final on the last regularly scheduled class under
indicated below. Evening English 201 sections will take the final on the last scheduled final day, as indicated day Evening Classes.

                                                                             Winter 2004
                   REGULAR CLASS TIME                                                                                                               EXAM TIME
Wednesday, March 17, 2004:
            9:10 a.m. - 10:10 a.m., All classes.................................................................................................. 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
            11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., All classes ...............................................................................................10:20 a.m. - 12:20 a.m.
            1:50 p.m. - 2:50 p.m., All classes ....................................................................................................12:40 p.m. - 2:40 p.m.
            4:00 p.m. or 5:00 p.m., All Monday/Wednesday classes ................................................................. 5:00 p.m. – 7:20 p.m.
            7:30 p.m., All Monday/Wednesday classes ..................................................................................... 7:30 p.m. – 9.40 p.m.

Thursday, March 18, 2004:
              6:50 - 7:50 a.m., All classes ............................................................................................................ 6:50 a.m. - 8:50 a.m.
              10:20 a.m. - 11:20 a.m., All classes................................................................................................ 9:20 a.m. - 11:20 a.m.
              12:40 p.m. - 1:40 p.m., All classes ................................................................................................. 12:00 noon - 2:00 p.m.
              3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., All classes .................................................................................................... 2:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
              4:00 p.m. or 5:00 p.m., All Tuesday/Thursday classes ..................................................................... 5:00 p.m. – 7:20 p.m.
              7:30 p.m. – 9:40 p.m., All Tuesday/Thursday classes....................................................................... 7:30 p.m. – 9:40 p.m.
Friday, March 19, 2004:
              8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m., All classes.................................................................................................... 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
              Math 95, All Day Sections ..............................................................................................................10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
              Math 91, All Day Sections ...............................................................................................................12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
              Weekend Classes................................................................................................................................Regular start time

                                                                             Spring 2004
                   REGULAR CLASS TIME                                                                                                               EXAM TIME
Wednesday, June 9, 2004:
              8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m., All classes.....................................................................................................8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
              10:20 a.m. - 11:20 p.m., All classes ...............................................................................................10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
              12:40 p.m. - 1:40 p.m., All classes ..................................................................................................12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
              English 201, All Day Sections.......................................................................................................... 2:45 p.m. – 4:45 p.m.
              4:00 p.m. or 5:00 p.m., All Monday/Wednesday classes ................................................................. 5:00 p.m. – 7:20 p.m.
              7:30 p.m., All Monday/Wednesday classes ..................................................................................... 7:30 p.m. – 9.40 p.m.
Thursday, June 10 , 2004:
              9:10 a.m. - 10:10 a.m., All classes...................................................................................................8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
              11:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m., All classes................................................................................................10:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.
              1:50 p.m. - 2:50 p.m., All classes ....................................................................................................12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
              Math 95, All Day Sections ................................................................................................................2:45 p.m. - 4.45 p.m.
              4:00 p.m. or 5:00 p.m., All Tuesday/Thursday classes ..................................................................... 5:00 p.m. – 7:20 p.m.
              7:30 p.m. – 9:40 p.m., All Tuesday/Thursday classes....................................................................... 7:30 p.m. – 9:40 p.m.
Friday, June 11, 2004:
              6:50 a.m. - 7:50 a.m., All classes......................................................................................................6:50 a.m. - 8:50 a.m.
              Math 91, All Day Sections .............................................................................................................. 9:20 a.m. – 11:20 a.m.
              3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m., All classes .....................................................................................................2:45 p.m. - 4:45 p.m.
              Weekend Classes................................................................................................................................Regular start time




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