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									  Columbia Basin College

class schedule




                  SPRING quarter 2010
                  April 5 – Ju n e 1 8




     www.columbiabasin.edu
                                                                                                                                                        Table Of Contents
Phone Directory  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 3                            Environmental Science CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
Hours Of Operation  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                Fire Protection Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
Calendar/Important Dates .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                Fire Science  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
Getting Started Information  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                French CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32
Financial Information  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                General Engineering CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 33
Refund/Withdrawal Information  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                Geography  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 33
Grading System  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 8
                                                                                                                                                                                                Geology CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 33
Social Security Number Disclosure  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 8
                                                                                                                                                                                                Health Education  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 33
Emergency Messages  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 8
                                                                                                                                                                                                Health Information Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 34
Records and Transcripts  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 8
                                                                                                                                                                                                High School Equivalency Program (HEP) Adult Basic Education  .  .  . 34
Gold Card  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 8
                                                                                                                                                                                                History  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 34
Online Registration  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 9
Degree Options  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 10                            History CCN .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 34
Small Business Development Center (SBDC)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 11                                                                                      Human Development  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 35
Institute For Professional Development  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 11                                                                         Human Services .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 35
Intramurals  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 12                   Intercultural Study  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 35
Worker Retraining .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 12                                Japanese CCN .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 35
College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 12                                                                                     Machine Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 36
Finals Schedule  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 13                           Mathematics  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 36
Campus Map (Pasco)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 14                                       Mathematics CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 38
                                                                                                                                                                                                Medical Assistant  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 39
Credit classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 15                                                                                                                   Medical Imaging  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 40
Adult Basic Education (ABE)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 15                                                   Music  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 40
Accounting  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 15                    Music CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 41
Administrative Office Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 15                                                             Nursing  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 41
Agriculture  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 16                   Nursing Assistant  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 41
Anthropology .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 17                         Nutrition & Food CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 41
Anthropology CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 17                                   Paralegal  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 42
Art  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 17   Paramedic  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 42
Art CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 18           Parent Education .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 42
Astronomy CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 18                             Philosophy  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 43
Autobody Technology .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 18                                          Philosophy CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 43
Automotive Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 19                                             Physical Education Professional  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 43
Biology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 19           Physical Education  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 43
Biology CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 19                      Physics CCN .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 44
Blueprint Reading  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 20                               Political Science CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 44
Business  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 20             Psychology CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 45
Business CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 21                        Radiologic Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 45
Chemistry  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 21                  Reading  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 45
Chemistry CCN .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 23                           Seniors  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 47
Communication Studies  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 24                                             Sociology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 47
Communication Studies CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 25                                                        Sociology CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 47
Computer Application  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 25                                           Spanish CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 47
Computer Science  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 25                                   Surgical Technician  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 48
Computer Science CCN .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 28                                            Theatre  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 48
Criminal Justice  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 28                          Theatre Arts CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 49
Criminal Justice CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 28                                     Ultrasound Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 49
Dental Hygiene  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 28                            Vocational ESL (VESL)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 49
Early Childhood Education  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 29                                                  Welding Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 49
Economics CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 29                             Women’s Studies  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 50
Education CCN  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 30                          Apprenticeship classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .51
Emergency Medical Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 30                                                              Community Education classes .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .52
Emergency Medical  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 30                                     Distance Learning classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .53
Engineering Technology  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 30                                               Weekend classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .61
English  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 31           Workshop classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .63
English CCN .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 31                    WorkSource classes .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .64
English As A Second Language (ESL)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 32




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   Student Activities Spring Quarter
                                April 15
                     Comedian Ty Barnett in the HUB

                                April 29
                 Musician Jonathan Kingham in the HUB

                              May 10-14
                          ASCBC Election Week

                                May 20
  Local band Eclectic Approach with an opening act by Vindell in the HUB

Student Employment Spring Workshops
                         April 9, 9-10:15 a .m .
            It’s All About Me – Let Your Resume Do the Talking

                        April 23, 9-10:15 a .m .
            It’s All About Me – Let Your Resume Do the Talking

                         May 7, 9-10:15 a .m .
            It’s All About Me – Let Your Resume Do the Talking

                        May 21, 9-10:15 a .m .
            It’s All About Me – Let Your Resume Do the Talking

                         June 4, 9-10:15 a .m .
            It’s All About Me – Let Your Resume Do the Talking




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                                                                          Phone Directory / Hours of Operation
Columbia Basin College                                                                              (509) 547-0511                                                                   7:30am - 4:30pm, Monday – Friday
* Admissions/Registration  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4524  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 7:30am - 6:00pm, Monday
                                                                                                 7:30am - 4:30pm, Tuesday - Thursday
                                                                                                 7:30am - noon, Friday
  Transcripts  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4403
* Assessment Center  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4860
  Athletics .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4369
  Bookstore  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4893  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 7:30am - 7:00pm, Monday – Thursday
                                                                                                 7:30am - 1:00pm, Friday
  Cafeteria  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4826  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 7:00am - 2:00pm, Monday – Friday
  Cashier  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 546-0419  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 7:30am - 6:00pm, Monday
                                                                                                 7:30am - 4:30pm, Tuesday - Thursday
                                                                                                 7:30am - noon, Friday
  Campus Security  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4819
      After hours cell phone  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 521-4599
* Career and Employment Services Center  .  . (509) 542-4875
      Employment Security  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4718
      WorkFirst  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4719
      Worker Retraining  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4446
  Chase Centre  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-5600 or (509) 542-5613
* Counseling/Student Development  .  .  .  . (509) 542-5505
  Continuing Education  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4806
  Resource Center .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-5525
      TTY  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 546-0400
  Esvelt Gallery  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4864 or (509) 542-5531
* Financial Aid  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-5504
      Veterans’ Services  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4579
  Fitness Center  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4418  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 6:00am - 6:00pm, Monday – Thursday
                                                                                                 6:00am - 5:00pm, Friday
                                                                                                 8:00am - noon, Saturday; closed Sunday
  Intramural/Wellness program  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4828 or (509) 542-4522
  KIOSK hours of operation  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 8:00am - 8:00pm, Monday – Sunday
  Library  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4887  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 7:30am - 7:30pm, Monday - Thursday
                                                                                                 7:30am - 5:00pm, Friday; 11:00am-4:00pm, Saturday
* New Student Center  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4805
  Outreach office  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4433 or (509) 542-4530
       .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . or (509) 542-4621
  President’s office  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4802
  Student Employment .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4875
  Student Success & Engagement .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4823
* Student Support Services  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4713
  Switchboard  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 547-0511, ext . 0  .  .  .  .  .  . 7:00am - 5:00pm, Monday – Thursday
                                                                                                 7:00am - noon, Friday
  Tutor Center  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . (509) 542-4676  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . Call or visit www .columbiabasin .edu/tutor
                                                                                                 for hours of operation .
Small Business Development Center  .  .  .  .  . (509) 735-6222




                                  * Please call for hours of operation.

Columbia Basin College complies with the spirit and letter of state and federal laws, regulations and executive orders pertaining to civil rights, equal opportunity and affirmative action. CBC does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, religion,
age, marital status, physical, mental or sensory disability, sexual orientation or Vietnam veteran status in its educational programs or employment. Questions may be referred to Camilla Glatt, Vice President for Human Resources & Legal Affairs, (509) 542-5548.
Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to participate in all college sponsored events and programs. If you have a disability and require an accommodation, please contact the CBC Resource Center, (509) 542-4412or TTY/TDD at (509) 546-0400. This notice is available in alternative media by request.


      Community College District #19 provides equal opportunity in education and employment and does not discriminate upon the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap in accordance with Title VI of the
          Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1974 .
      Class schedules for Columbia Basin College are published quarterly by CBC . Every effort is made to provide accurate information . Policies, class and fee information contained herein, however, may have changed
          subsequent to the time of publication . Students are therefore advised to consult with the counseling office or with the appropriate college division for any possible corrections or revisions .


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                                          Calendar / Important Dates
MARCH 2010                                                 February 8        Registration - This is the first day for currently registered winter students
 S    M        T    W    Th    F     Sa                                      to begin registration for spring quarter . Registration priority is based on
      1        2    3     4     5    6                                       total earned credits .
                                                                             (State and college employees, seniors, and those registering for ESL, ABE, and PED classes cannot
 7    8        9    10   11    12   13                                       register by Web Registration .)
 14   15       16   17   18    19   20
                                                           February 22       Registration - Not currently enrolled student advising/registration
 21   22       23   24   25    26   27
 28   29       30   31                                     March 18          Spring quarter application deadline

                                                           March 22          Open advising/registration
APRIL 2010
 S    M        T    W    Th    F     Sa                    March 24          Tuition due

                          1     2    3                     April 5           First day of spring quarter
 4    5        6    7     8     9   10
                                                           April 7           LAST day to ADD a class
 11   12       13   14   15    16   17
                                                                             by web and without instructor’s signature
 18   19       20   21   22    23   24
 25   26       27   28   29    30                          April 9           LAST day to ADD a class with instructor’s signature
                                                                             LAST day to receive 100% REFUND *(except Title IV recipients)

MAY 2010                                                   April 16          LAST day to change from AUDIT to CREDIT (10th day)
 S    M        T    W    Th    F     Sa
                                                           April 26          LAST day to receive 50% REFUND *(except Title IV recipients)
                                     1
 2    3        4    5     6     7    8                     May 28            LAST day to change from CREDIT to AUDIT (40th day)
                                                                             LAST day to WITHDRAW without receiving “0 .0” grade *(40th day)
 9    10       11   12   13    14   15
 16   17       18   19   20    21   22                     May 31            HOLIDAY (no day or evening classes)
 23   24       25   26   27    28   29                     June 16, 17, 18   FINALS
 30   31
                                                           June 18           Last day of spring quarter

JUNE 2010                                                  June 18           Commencement
 S    M        T    W    Th    F     Sa
                                                           June 23           KIOSK grades available
               1    2     3     4    5
 6    7        8    9    10    11   12                     June 28           Summer quarter classes begin
 13   14       15   16   17    18   19                     * See REFUND and WITHDRAWAL procedures on page 7
 20   21       22   23   24    25   26
 27   28       29   30


JULY 2010
 S    M        T    W    Th    F     Sa                                             New Student
                          1     2    3                                        Advising and Registration
 4    5        6    7     8     9   10                                       ✔ Required for priority advising and registration!
 11   12       13   14   15    16   17                                       ✔ Plan ahead! Get the RIGHT information!
                                                                             ✔ Call CBC at (509) 542-4805
 18   19       20   21   22    23   24
 25   26       27   28   29    30   31

Legend:
      Beginning of            Teaching/
      quarter
                         X                             X      Non-Instructional Day
                              Learning Day
                              Holiday-no evening              Student
 X    Finals             X                             X
                              classes on any holiday          Success Day
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                                                Getting Started Information

1        Admissions
           Students are required to submit an Application for Admissions
before enrolling at Columbia Basin College . Degree and certification
                                                                                 New students should contact the New Student Center at (509)
                                                                                  542-4805 .
                                                                                 Returning students should contact the Testing Center at (509)
                                                                                  542-5549 .


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seeking students and those wishing to transfer to another college must
follow the admissions process outlined below . Students enrolling for
purposes other than those listed above, please contact the Admissions
                                                                                       Orientation (SOAR)/Advising
office at (509) 542-4524 .
                                                                                 New/transfer students (with less than 15 credits) must attend
 New students (including transfer students with less than 15 credits)
                                                                                  Student Orientation to Advising and Registration (SOAR) . Students
  must complete and submit an Admissions Application to the New
                                                                                  will learn about CBC resources, receive general advising information,
  Student Center . A nonrefundable admissions fee must be submitted
                                                                                  and register for classes . To schedule your SOAR session, please call
  with all new applications . For assistance with the admissions process,
                                                                                  (509) 542-4805 . Note: transfer students must bring an unofficial copy
  students should contact the New Student Center at (509) 542-4805 .
                                                                                  of their transcript to their SOAR session.
 Returning students will be required to update their admissions
                                                                                 Returning/transfer students (15 or more credits) are encouraged
  information or complete a new Admissions Application . Contact the
                                                                                  to meet with a counselor or educational planner for academic advis-
  Admissions office at (509) 542-4524 for assistance with the admissions
                                                                                  ing and assistance with registration . To schedule an appointment,
  process . Students returning after an absence of more than one year
                                                                                  contact the Counseling Center at (509) 542-5505 . Note: transfer
  must complete and submit an Admissions Application . A nonrefund-
                                                                                  students must bring an unofficial copy of their transcript to their
  able admissions fee must be paid with all new applications .
                                                                                  advising appointment.
 Transfer students (with 15 or more credits) must complete and
                                                                                 Reciprocity Agreement
  submit an Admissions Application to Admissions/Registration . A
                                                                                  Washington Community and Technical Colleges (CTCs) offer reciproc-
  nonrefundable admissions fee must be submitted with all new
                                                                                  ity to students transferring within the CTC system who are pursuing
  applications . For assistance with the admissions process, students
                                                                                  the Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) degree or the Associate in Sci-
  should contact Admission/Registration at (509) 542-4524 .
                                                                                  ence – Transfer (AS-T) degree . Students who completed an individual
 Residency Requirements
                                                                                  course that met distribution degree requirements or fulfilled entire
  A resident student is one who is a U .S . citizen and has met specific
                                                                                  areas of their degree requirements at one college will be considered
  requirements to demonstrate permanent residence in the state of
                                                                                  to have met those same requirements if they plan to complete the
  Washington .* Permanent residence in the state of Washington is
                                                                                  same degree when they transfer to another community or technical
  evidenced by physical presence in the state as well as having a suf-
                                                                                  college in Washington . These degree requirements include com-
  ficient number of permanent Washington documents . Documentation
                                                                                  munication skills, quantitative skills, or distribution requirements, or
  should be dated one year and one day prior to the commencement
                                                                                  either the DTA or AS-T degree at Columbia Basin College . Students
  of the quarter for which a student is applying for residency status .
                                                                                  must initiate the review process and must be prepared to provide
    These documents can include:                                                  necessary documentation to both the sending and receiving insti-
       • Voter’s registration                                                     tution . Students will be required to fulfill a minimum of 30 credits
       • Washington state driver’s license                                        of degree applicable course work at Columbia Basin College and
       • Car registration                                                         must be continuously enrolled as defined under the Catalog Op-
       • Bank accounts                                                            tion Policy in the current CBC catalog . For procedural information,
       • Federal Tax Return (required)                                            contact the CBC Admissions and Registration department at (509)




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    Students wishing to change their residency classification must complete       542-4524 or refer to the Reciprocity Policy and Procedure .
    a residency questionnaire and provide necessary documentation .
    Application for reclassification prior to registration into classes is             Registration
    preferred . Application for a change in classification will be accepted            Students may register using Web Registration located at KIOSK
    up to the 30th calendar day from the start of the quarter . Applica-      from Columbia Basin College’s website at https://www .columbiabasin .
    tions made after the 30th day are reviewed for the next quarter . The     edu/kiosk (refer to Online Registration worksheet in this schedule) or
    burden of proof that a student, parent, or legally appointed guardian     by completing a registration form at the Admissions/Registration office




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    has established a domicile in the state of Washington primarily for       on the Pasco campus .
    purposes other than education lies with the student .
    * For further information, contact the Admissions/Registration Ser-
                                                                                       First Year Introduction (FYI)
                                                                                          Degree and certificate seeking students (including Running



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    vices department at (509) 542-4401 .
                                                                              Start) must register for the mandatory 12-hour transition workshop . All
         Course Placement                                                     new students who attend SOAR will register for FYI during their scheduled
          Students who have not yet successfully completed a college          session . Students must take FYI during their first quarter . Students who
-level English composition or math course will be required to complete        do not pass FYI will be required to meet with a Counselor/Educational
the COMPASS prior to enrolling in an English and/or math course . Note        Planner and complete HDEV 100: College Success Strategies (3 credits),
that students will need to pay the testing fees prior to taking the place-    no later than their second quarter in order to continue their education
ment test .                                                                   at CBC . If you have further questions, call (509) 542-4390 .

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                                                                                                           Financial Information

6              Payment
               See calendar on page 4 for payment schedule .
Checks returned because of stop payment or insufficient funds will be charged
the current service fee and will result in further collection processes.
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                                                                                                                            Student Financial Services
                                                                                                                                                     If you have not yet completed the Free Application for Federal
                                                                                                                                          Student Aid (FAFSA), you should do so immediately . Applicants must have
                                                                                                                                          all requested information submitted to the Student Financial Services
               Tuition and Fees: 2009-2010 Academic Year                                                                                  office no latter than February 5, 2010*, in order to determine financial
                  Tuition is set by the State Board for Community and Technical                                                           aid eligibility for spring quarter 2010 . Applications received after the
                          Colleges which acts upon legislative authority .                                                                February 5* deadline will be reviewed to determine eligibility in the
                                     Rates are subject to change .
                                                                                                                   Non U .S . Resident    order received . All late applicants should be prepared to pay for tuition,
                                                     WA                            Non WA Resident
                                                   Resident                        Open Fee Waiver
                                                                                                                     International        fees, and books should eligibility not be determined by appropriate due
                                                                                                                        F-1 Visa
 Per Credit Charges                                                                                                                       dates . The FAFSA application is available by calling 1-800-433-3243 or
   State Tuition & Fees                              80 .10                                   113 .10                    252 .10          online at www .fafsa .gov .
   CBC Technology Fee                                3 .00                                     3 .00                      3 .00
   CBC Comprehensive Fee                             1 .65                                     1 .65                      1 .65
                                                                                                                                          Once you have applied for financial aid, you may check your status at
   Per Credit                                        84 .75                                   117 .75                    256 .75          www .columbiabasin .edu . Go to the KIOSK link, then to Financial Aid
 Per Quarter Charges                                                                                                                      Inquiry . You will need your Student ID Number and your Pin Number
   Student Auditorium Fee                            17 .50                                    17 .50                    17 .50
                                                                                                                                          (your birth date) . For additional information, call (509) 542-5504 .
 Total Charges Per Credit
                    1                                102 .25                                   135 .25                   274 .25           *Applications will still be accepted after this date. However the eligibility may not
                    2                                187 .00                                   253 .00                   529 .00           be determined in enough time to pay tuition and fees prior to the quarter begin-
                    3                                271 .75                                   370 .75                   784 .75           ning. If an applicant is eligible for aid the award will be made retroactive.
                    4                                356 .50                                   488 .50                  1040 .50
                    5
                    6
                                                     441 .25
                                                     526 .00
                                                                                               606 .25
                                                                                               724 .00
                                                                                                                        1296 .25
                                                                                                                        1552 .00
                                                                                                                                                    Spring Tuition & Fees Are Due
                                                                                                                                                                 March 24, 2010
                    7                                610 .75                                   841 .75                  1807 .75
                    8                                695 .50                                   959 .50                  2063 .50
                    9                                780 .25                                  1077 .25                  2319 .25
                   10                                865 .00                                  1195 .00                  2575 .00               Tuition after this date is due at the time of registration .
                   11                                898 .50                                  1228 .50                  2612 .50
                   12                                932 .00                                  1262 .00                  2650 .00                        There is a $27 .20 credit card call-in fee .
                   13                                965 .50                                  1295 .50                  2687 .50
                                                                                                                                              Students who do not pay on time may be removed from
                   14                                999 .00                                  1329 .00                  2725 .00
                   15                               1032 .50                                  1362 .50                  2762 .50                     classes and will be assessed a $20 drop fee .
                   16                               1064 .35                                  1394 .35                  2798 .35
                   17                               1096 .20                                  1426 .20                  2834 .20
                   18                               1128 .05                                  1458 .05                  2870 .05
                   19                               1201 .05                                  1564 .05                  3115 .05
                   20                               1274 .05                                  1670 .05                  3360 .05                 Students are encouraged to pay tuition and
                   21                               1347 .05                                  1776 .05                  3605 .05                        fees at time of registration.
                   22                               1420 .05                                  1882 .05                  3850 .05
                   23                               1493 .05                                  1788 .05                  4095 .05                  Please see calendar for tuition due dates .
          Per Credit Over 18                         73 .00                                    106 .00                   245 .00                 Past due accounts will be sent to collection .
The above schedule of tuition and fees includes comprehensive and technology fees as well as
special fees levied by the Associated Student Body of Columbia Basin College. Special course
and/or laboratory fees may apply to certain courses and will result additional charges. See                                                                  STEPP: Student Tuition Easy Pay Plan
course materials.                                                                                                                          A payment plan is offered for students who want to spread their tuition into
Special Tuition Rates                                                                                                                      three monthly installments (two for summer) . The first payment is always
Course Challenge  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .          .    .     .    .     .    .    . $16 .30 per credit             due on tuition due date or at the time of registration (whichever is later) .
Preschool Co-operatives/Parent Education  .  .  .  .                      .    .     .    .     .    .    . $12 .00 per credit             There is a $20 quarterly enrollment fee to participate in STEPP . For more in-
High School Completion (including non-resident)  .                        .    .     .    .     .    .    . $12 .00 per credit
                                                                                                                                           formation, visit www .columbiabasin .edu/stepp or see the cashier . Enrolling
Industrial First Aid (1 credit)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .          .    .     .    .     .    .    . $73 .00 per credit
Journeyman (up to 2 credits)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .             .    .     .    .     .    .    . $73 .00 per credit
                                                                                                                                           in STEPP must be done in person .
ESL (English as a Second Language) .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .                 .    .     .    .     .    .    . $25 per quarter
ABE (Adult Basic Education)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .              .    .     .    .     .    .    . $25 per quarter
GED Preparation  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .        .    .     .    .     .    .    . $25 per quarter
  *The above tuition charges do not include college fees which may apply .
                                                                                                                                                State Employees Tuition Waiver Program
  *Students enrolled in 10 or more regular college credits will not be charged additional                                                     Contact the Office of Admissions and Registration for policies and
   tuition for Parent Ed courses .                                                                                                            procedures at (509) 542-4524 .
Special Fees
Gen’l Ed Development Level Test (GED)  .  .  .  .               .    .    .    .     .    .     .    .    . $75 .00 (Retake $15 .00)
Placement Tests/Proctored Exams  .  .  .  .  .  .               .    .    .    .     .    .     .    .    . $21 .50 (Retake $10 .50)
Nursing Test (TEAS)  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .
Malpractice Insurance (health care programs)  .
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                                                                                                                                                 Have you registered for FYI?
Distance Learning Fee  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .
Lab/Special Course Fees (see course materials)
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                                                                                                          . $11 .40 - 82 .00 per lab
                                                                                                                                                             First Year Introduction
Lab/Special Course Fees (see course materials)                  .    .    .    .     .    .     .    .    . $5 .00 - $15 .00 per credit          Mandatory 12-hour transition workshop for all new Running
                  *These fees are in addition to regular tuition and fees charged                                                                   Start and new degree and certificate seeking students .
                            by the College and are subject to change.                                                                                   For more information, call (509) 542-4390.
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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 College                Withdrawal from a course must be initiated by the student by using Web
or course(s) occurs within the specified time frame listed below . Certain fees are
non-refundable or refundable only if withdrawal occurs prior to the first day of
                                                                                               Registration, submitting a Schedule Change Form to the Registration
instruction . The “first day of instruction” is defined as the first day of scheduled          office, or meeting with a counselor before the deadlines published in
classes for the quarter . “Instruction days” are Monday through Friday . “Calendar             the quarterly class schedule . Students are encouraged to meet with their
days” are all days including weekend days and holidays . If a deadline for refund              counselor or advisor and instructor prior to withdrawing from a class or
falls on a weekend day or a holiday on which the College is closed, the deadline               from college . The counselor or advisor will review with the student the
will be the next weekday that the College is open for business .
                                                                                               implications of withdrawing and other possible options .
REFUND EXCEPTIONS:                                                                             Any student receiving financial aid is advised to speak with Financial
1 . Non-Refundable                                                                             Services staff prior to withdrawing from a class, as there may be a nega-
      The application fee is non-refundable . The auditorium fee, per-credit                   tive impact on a student’s ability to receive financial aid in the future
      comprehensive fee, and lab fees are not refundable unless withdrawal
                                                                                               and the student may owe a return of funds .
      occurs prior to the first day of instruction .
2 . Small Balance Refund Amount                                                                The institution sets final withdrawal deadlines based upon 75 percent
      No refund checks will be processed for credit balances that are less than                of the scheduled class meetings . A student may withdraw from a full-
      $55 . These refunds may be applied to future CBC charges or redeemed in                  term course with no record on the transcript if the withdrawal has been
      cash from the Cashier’s office (cash balances permitting) .                              processed before the 11th day of the quarter . A student withdrawing
3 . Special Courses                                                                            from a full-term course after the 10th, day but before the 41st day of
      The refund policy may not apply to contract classes, continuing education                the quarter, shall have a “W” recorded on their transcript . For summer
      classes, workshops, or other courses on special schedules .
                                                                                               quarter and all alternative class schedules (i .e . fast track courses), call the
4 . Title IV Federal Financial Assistance                                                      Registration office at (509) 542-4524 for withdrawal deadlines .
      Students receiving Title IV federal financial assistance should refer to
      Financial Services for adding, dropping, and withdrawal policies . Federal               Types of withdrawals:
      regulations supercede CBC’s refund policy .                                                 ❖ Student withdrawal: initiated by the student . A Petition for Exception
      Warning: withdrawal may result in the student owing amounts to                                may be submitted by the student requesting an official withdrawal
      the Title IV program AND to CBC. Consult the Financial Services office                        after withdrawal deadlines . The petition must be submitted to the
      AND the Cashier’s office before withdrawing.                                                  Admissions and Registration office . Circumstances for the request
                                                                                                    need to be documented . If approved, a “W” will be recorded on
                                                                                                    the transcript .
                                                                                                  ❖ Administrative withdrawal: initiated by the instructor . 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 .



                                  CBC will refund tuition & refundable fees
     REFUNDS                           if official withdrawal occurs:
                                                                                                                                 Admission Rules
                                up to 100% REFUND                up to 50% REFUND                1 . In accordance with WAC 131-12-010, any applicant for admission to Columbia Basin College shall
     FULL SESSIONS                  (On or Before)                  (On or Before)               be admitted when, as determined by the chief administrative officer or his/her designee, such ap-
                                                                                                 plicant:
                                                               6th day of the quarter and           A .   is competent to profit from the curricular offerings of the college; and
       Fall, Winter, Spring       5th day of the quarter
                                                               within first 20 calendar days        B .   would not, by his or her presence or conduct, create a disruptive atmosphere within the
                                                                                                          college inconsistent with the purposes of the institution; and
                                                               4th day of the quarter and           C .   is 18 years of age or older; or
            Summer                3rd day of the quarter                                            D .   is a high school graduate; or
                                                               within first 15 calendar days
                                                                                                    E .   has applied for admission under the provisions of a student enrollment program such as
                                                                                                          Running Start or a successor programor other local student enrollment options program .
                                up to 100% REFUND                up to 50% REFUND
      Mini-Sessions                 (On or Before)                  (On or Before)               2 . Those students aged 16 and older who meet the provisions of Title III -- Adult Education program
                                                                                                 may enroll in certain adult basic education classes . Individuals admitted into such classes will be al-
                                                                3rd day of the session and       lowed to continue as long as they are able to demonstrate, through measurable academic progress,
      Half-quarter courses        2nd day of the session                                         an ability to benefit .
                                                               within first 10 calendar days
                                                                                                 The college does not desire to replace or duplicate the functions of the local public school, so
                                                               3rd day of the session and        admission exceptions are rare . Persons may appeal for special admissions through the Office
       Four-week courses          2nd day of the session                                         of Admissions and Registration . Criteria for granting an appeal are: competency in academic
                                                               within first 7 calendar days
                                                                                                 skills, ability to benefit in an adult learning environment, and unique artistic or technical talent .
                                                               2nd day of the session and
      Three-week courses          1st day of the session
                                                               within first 5 calendar days


       Two-week courses           1st day of the session        2nd or 3rd day of session
                                                                                                             Social Security Number Disclosure
                                                                                                  “Student’s social security number is confidential and, under a federal law called the
                                                                                                  Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act, the college will protect it from unauthorized
                                                                                                  use . Disclosure may be authorized for the purposes of state and federal aid, Hope/
    One-week or less courses   Before 1st day of the session    On 1st day of the session
                                                                                                  Lifetime Learning tax credits, academics, transcripts or accountability research .”

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                                                            Miscellaneous Information
                             Grading System                                                                       Records and Transcripts
Columbia Basin College uses the decimal grading system . Quarter grades                     Student Access to Educational Records
will be posted as numbers, (e .g . 3 .3 rather than traditional letter grades of            The College may release certain student directory information without student
A, B, C, D, and F) . A “Y” grade indicates no grade was reported . A “Z” grade              consent . Such information may include student name, address, date of birth,
will be awarded rather than a “0 .0” grade for students who do not meet                     major field of study, quarter of attendance, degrees and awards received, previ-
minimum course requirements in buy-time options, clinicals, cooperative                     ously attended educational institutions, participation in activities and sports,
work educational programs, practicums, workshops, and courses numbered                      and weight and height of members of athletic teams . The College provides to
99 and below (except MTH 91, 95, & ENG 99) . The decimal grading scale and                  military recruiters the additional information of the student’s home telephone
the letter grade equivalents are as follows:                                                listing . Students who do not want their directory information released without
                   Decimal                            Letter                                their consent must file a Non-disclosure Request to the Admissions and Reg-
                     Grades                           Grade                                 istration department . The request will be honored for one year . Students must
                    4 .0 - 3 .8                          A                                  renew their requests annually .
                    3 .7 - 3 .5                          A-                                 The provisions of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) also
                    3 .4 - 3 .2                          B+                                 establish the right of students to inspect and review their education records
                    3 .1 - 2 .9                          B                                  and provide guidelines for the correction of inaccurate or misleading data
                    2 .8 - 2 .6                          B-                                 through informal and formal processes . Contact the Admissions and Registra-
                    2 .5 - 2 .3                          C+                                 tion department for details and assistance with this process .
                    2 .2 - 2 .0                          C                                  Access to academic transcripts and ability to register may be blocked if a student
                    1 .9 - 1 .6                          C-                                 has not complied with College financial, academic, or disciplinary directives .
                    1 .5 - 1 .3                          D+                                 Other records may also be withheld by the Security office if there is a concern
                    1 .2 - 1 .0                          D                                  about compromising a criminal investigation .
                    0 .9 - 0 .7                          D-
                        0 .0                             F


                       Drug & Alcohol Abuse
In compliance with public law 101-226, the Drug Free School and Communities Act                                         Transcripts Orders
Amendment of 1989, Columbia Basin College is legally required and morally commit-           You can now order CBC transcripts with 24/7 convenience . Columbia Basin
ted to the prevention of illicit drug use and abuse of alcohol by students . CBC, in com-
pliance with federal law, is prepared to educate and inform students of the health risks
                                                                                            College’s Transcript department has authorized Docufide™ to provide official
associated with the use of various illicit drugs and abuse of alcohol, to refer them to     transcript ordering via the web . To order official CBC transcripts:
counseling and treatment resources and to inform them of legal penalties for noncom-        • Login to the Docufide™ secure site at www .Docufide .com or via a link
pliance . Assistance is available through the Counseling Center .
                                                                                              through CBC’s KIOSK .
                                                                                            • The site will walk you through placing your order, including delivery
         2009-2010 State Support of Higher Education Students                                 options and fees (major credit cards accepted) .
Pursuant to RCW 28B .76 .300 and RCW 28B .15 .0681, the approximate level of                • Order updates will be emailed to you, and you can also track your order
state support received by students is being provided to the colleges for your use .           online .
The following table indicates average state support by tuition category for stu-            • For more information, call (509) 542-4403 or (509) 542-4526 .
dents attending community and technical colleges for the academic year 2009-
2010 .

                                              Resident               Nonresident
                                            Undergraduate           Undergraduate
 Instructional Cost per FTE Student             $6,706                   $6,706
                                                                                                                                Gold Card
                                                                                            A Gold Card is an identification card issued to senior citizens (age 60 and older), upon
           Operating Fee                        $2,340                   $7,170             application . It serves as an identification card to facilitate registration and admittance
                                                                                            to selected Columbia Basin College classes and events .
 Net State Support per FTE Student              $4,366                     ---              Gold Card holders are eligible to enroll in CBC classes, with the exception of special-fee
The following table indicates the amount of state supported financial aid                   and self-support classes, such as those offered through Community Education . Enroll-
including that provided from the local institutional financial aid fund (3½                 ment can begin the third day of each quarter, based on space availability, on an audit
                                                                                            basis, with no grade for the class . The basic fee is $1 .00 per class plus $1 .65 per credit,
percent) .
                                                                                            comprehensive fees and/or lab fees, if applicable, with a limit of two classes per quarter .
                                      State Financial Aid    Institutional Financial Aid    With the exception of summer quarter, gold card holders may attend Columbia Basin
                                                                                            College sponsored events, music and drama presentations, athletics, guest speakers,
   Undergraduate Resident                   $785*                       $74**               and campus entertainment at no cost .
 Undergraduate Nonresident                   $28                         N/A                Senior Citizen Community Education classes are also available for seniors . A Gold Card
                                                                                            cannot be used for senior classes . Please check the class schedule for fees or call Com-
*Includes State Work Study, State Need Grant, EOG, and all other financial aid              munity Education at (509) 544-4988 for further information .
programs administered by the HECB, and four SBCTC administered programs:                    To obtain a Gold Card, please contact Debbie Risk, Columbia Basin College, at (509)
Work-based Learning Tuition Assistance, Opportunity Grants, Worker Retraining               542-4436 . Applications are available at the Pasco campus .
Financial Aid and worker Retraining Private College Funding .
**Institutional financial aid is shown on an average student basis . Data are not
available to allocate by student category . Institutional financial aid is not avail-
able to nonresidents .
Note: Data source provided by the Higher Education Coordination Board is avail-                                      Emergency Messages
                                                                                            Messages are delivered to students during class only in case of a life-threatening emer-
able upon request .                                                                         gency . Messages regarding other medical emergencies are delivered between classes
If you have any questions, please contact Cynthia Torres-Jimenez at (360) 704-              if possible . Due to the size of the student body and limited staff, other messages cannot
4305 or ctjimenez@sbctc .edu .                                                              be delivered . To leave an emergency message, call Security at (509) 542-4819 .

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                                                 Online Registration


        Online
Registration
    •   Go to the schedule planner page at
        www .columbiabasin .edu/scheduleplanner

    •   On the Schedule Planner page, select the               •   Click the white box to select a class in the
        quarter you are wishing to attend along with               “Select” column . A check mark will appear
        the location you are planning to attend . Then             next to each class you select and you may now
        hit the “Select Courses” button to proceed .               click the “Register” button at the bottom of the
        (Note: If you are interested in taking classes in          page .
        the classroom and online it is suggested that you
        select “All locations” in the select locations box.)   •   On the “Registration Login” page you will
                                                                   enter your Student Identification Number
    •   The Time Grid page is designed to “reserve”                (SID) and your Personal Identification Number
        times you are unable to take classes . If you              (PIN), which is your 6-digit birthdate (i .e ., April
        wish to block out times during the week you                18, 1989 would be 041889 to finalize your
        can do so at this time and when you are done               registration for the class(es) you selected .
        select “View Course List” at the bottom of the             Proceed by clicking “Register .”
        page .
                                                               •   With successful login you will be directed to
    •   If you do not want to use the time grid feature            the Web Registration page and automatically
        you can simply select “View Course List” at the            registered for the classes you checked . An error
        bottom of the page and proceed to view all                 screen will inform you of any reason(s) why you
        times and classes available .                              were unable to register for a class .

    •   On the Courses Offered page all the courses            •   Note: During peak registration periods it
        are listed alphabetically . If you are interested          may take a few tries before you are able to
        in scheduling a course, simply click on the blue           successfully login . Be patient and continue to
        highlighted prefix to the left of the class name .         login or try again at later time .
        The course prefix you select will appear in the
        white box on the pink section of the page . You        Final Registration Steps
        may select up to five classes .                        •   Double check the registration information .
    •   To see the time a class is offered and if there are    •   To return to course selection, simply click the
        openings, click the “Submit Selection” button              “return to main menu” button .
        in the pink section . Review the list and find the     •   To print your schedule, click the “finish” button
        class times you wish to attend . (You must have            and then “view my schedule .”
        course prefixes in the pink section to review
        class times .)                                         •   For assistance, please contact the Registration
                                                                   office at (509) 542-4524 .



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                                                        Degree Options
                  * Many of our degrees can be designed to prepare you to transfer into your specific major .
                                         * Reference courses and programs website .

                                       Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS)
                                                            (Employment Preparation)
            Accounting                                         Criminal Justice                                      Nursing (ADN)
 Administrative Office Technology                              Dental Hygiene                                     Nuclear Technology
Agricultural & Industrial Equipment                      Early Childhood Education                                     Paramedic
            Technology                                    Engineering Technology                                 Radiologic Technology
     Automotive Technology                                    Forensic Science                                    Surgical Technology
     Business Administration                                Machine Technology                                    Welding Technology
        Computer Science                                  Medical Lab Technology                                   Medical Assistant

                                          Associate in Art & Sciences Degree (AA)
                                               (Undergraduate Degree Preparation for B .A . or B .S .)
           Accounting                                      Elementary Education                                       Mathematics
           Agriculture                                        General Studies                                              Music
          Anthropology                                 Health and Physical Education                                     Nursing
               Art                                                 History                                           Political Science
     Business Administration                          Latino & Latin American Studies                                     Theatre
         Criminal Justice                                                                                            Math Education

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

                                            Professional & Transfer Preparation
                                  We can help design a program that prepares you to transfer in majors such as:
           Chiropractic                                               Law                                                 PTC
              Dental                                                Medical                                       Secondary Education
            Economics                                              Optometry                                         Social Science
              English                                              Pharmacy                                            Veterinary
         World Languages                                                                                              Philosophy

                                                   Bachelor in Applied Science
                                                            Applied Management




                Advising at your
                  Fingertips

www.columbiabasin.edu/onlineadvising

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                                  Small Business Development Center

 Small Business Development Center
                  At
       Columbia Basin College
           (509) 735-6222
SBDC services are free and confidential to business owners and
managers in the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas .
The SBDC can help you develop solutions to your business
problems . The Certified Business Advisor at the SBDC has
experience with small businesses and the issues they face . The
Small Business Development Center at CBC can assist you in
answering questions concerning:
      Developing a business plan
      Developing a marketing strategy
      Analyzing your financial statements
      Analyzing your costs
      Developing a pricing strategy
      Projecting cash flow needs
      Gathering market research
      Valuing a small business for sale or purchase
      Preparing for expansion and growth
      Gaining information about commercial loans,
       SBA guaranteed loan packages, and local loan funds
      Preparing commercial loan packages
If you need answers to these business questions or would like
assistance with other issues, let the Small Business Development
Center help you . Contact us today at (509) 735-6222 or bdavis@
columbiabasin .edu for an appointment!
The SBDC is collaboratively funded by the Washington Small
Business Development Center Network and CBC and is located
at TRIDEC, 7130 Grandridge Suite A in Kennewick .

      Insight           Solutions             Success




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                                        Worker Retraining / CAMP Program
                                           ATTENTION NEW STUDENTS!
                                     Have a successful start at CBC – register for FYI today!
            First Year Introduction is a mandatory 12-hour workshop for all new degree and certificate seeking students
                               (including Running Start) to help with the transition to college and CBC .
                                             For more information, call (509) 542-4390.


                                                    WORKER RETRAINING
Are you unemployed? Is your occupation or industry in decline? Are your skills no longer in demand? If you are unemployed, through no fault of your own,
with limited opportunity to return to your previous occupation, receiving Washington state unemployment insurance or have exhausted your unemploy-
ment benefits within the last two years, you may be eligible for the Worker Retraining program under Dislocated Worker .
Have you been a homemaker for the past two years and have lost your source of support? You may qualify for Worker Retraining as a Displaced Home-
maker .
You may also qualify under the Expanded Eligibility if you are currently employed and meet two of the three following requirements: 1 . your current job
is a job not in demand, 2 . your current employer requires that you take courses in order for you to keep your job or move up, 3 . you have under 45 college
credits .
Financial assistance for training in technical or vocational programs may be available if you qualify for any of the above categories .
 For more information about program eligibility, call Columbia Basin College Worker Retraining office at (509) 542-4446 .


                         College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP)
                             ATTENTION MIGRANT AND SEASONAL FARMWORKERS!
                                 Columbia Basin College now has applications available for the
                                            College Assistance Migrant Program .
   If you or your parents have been farmworkers in the last two years, you may be eligible for college financial services, career
                                       and personal counseling, and instructional support .
                                                      Call CBC today, (509) 542-4507 .




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                                                                  Finals Schedule
                                    Finals Schedule • Spring 2010
     Special Notes:
      1.) All Math 95 and Math 98 students who are enrolled in a day section will take the final exam at the
          special time indicated below. Evening Math 95 & Math 98 sections will take the final during their
          regularly scheduled time for evening finals.
      2.) Evening English 201 sections will take the final on the last regularly scheduled class day.


            REGULAR CLASS TIME  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . EXAM TIME
            Wednesday, June 16, 2010:
            8:00 a .m . - 9:00 a .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .8:00 a .m . - 10:00 a .m .
            10:20 a .m . - 11:20 a .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 10:15 a .m . - 12:15 p .m .
            12:40 p .m . - 1:40 p .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 12:30 p .m . - 2:30 p .m .
            4:00 p .m . or 5:00 p .m ., All Monday/Wednesday classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 5:00 p .m . - 7:20 p .m .
            7:30 p .m ., All Monday/Wednesday classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 7:30 p .m . - 9:40 p .m .

            Thursday, June 17, 2010:
            9:10 a .m . - 10:10 a .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .8:00 a .m . - 10:00 a .m .
            11:30 a .m . - 12:30 p .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 10:15 a .m . - 12:15 p .m .
            1:50 p .m . - 2:50 p .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 12:30 p .m . - 2:30 p .m .
            Math 95/98, All Day Sections  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 2:45 p .m . - 4:45 p .m .
            4:00 p .m . or 5:00 p .m ., All Tuesday/Thursday classes .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 5:00 p .m . - 7:20 p .m .
            7:30 p .m . - 9:40 p .m ., All Tuesday/Thursday classes .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 7:30 p .m . - 9:40 p .m .

            Friday, June 18, 2010:
            6:50 a .m . - 7:50 a .m ., All classes  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  .  . 6:50 a .m . - 8:50 a .m .

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




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                                                                           Campus Map (Pasco)/Parking Regulations
A COMMUNITY OF LEARNING
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                                    Columbia Basin College
                                     Parking Regulations
   1 . Student parking is identified by WHITE striped lines                                                                        7 . Handicap parking reserved for Washington State Cer-                                                                                                                                   WARNING:
       on all paved parking lots . Parked vehicles must be                                                                             tified Handicapped individuals only . Violators will be
       completely within the white lines, no parking in                                                                                fined $50 .                                                                                                      Failure to pay any parking citation will result in grades and
       paved lots except within the white lines . Violators will                                                                                                                                                                                        transcripts being withheld and registration for the follow-
                                                                                                                                   8 . Washington State Certified Vehicles may use handi-                                                                   ing quarter denied until payment has been made.
       be ticketed .
                                                                                                                                       cap space only when handicapped passenger is pres-
   2 . Vehicles may not be over the white lines of parking                                                                             ent at time vehicle is parked .                                                                                                              For more information, contact
       space at any point .
                                                                                                                                   9 . Parking behind the Vocational bldg . is limited to                                                                                              CBC Security, 542-4819.
   3 . Vehicles must be parked head in only . NO BACKED IN                                                                             those vehicles currently being worked on by shop
       PARKING PERMITTED .                                                                                                             students . No other parking permitted .
   4 . No vehicle may be parked outside of designated                                                                             10 . 15-minute parking only in Administration building
       parking lots . NO PARKING ON STREETS .                                                                                          “loop” (south side of Administration bldg .) .
   5 . Paved parking spaces with YELLOW STRIPING are re-                                                                          11 . 15-minute parking only for vendors in north Adminis-
       served for faculty and staff only . No student or visitor                                                                       tration parking lot .
       parking permitted at any time .
   6 . Visitor parking south of the Administration bldg . is
       reserved for temporary guests to conduct business .
       No student parking permitted at any time .



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              14
           Credit Classes                                                     Adult Basic Education – Administrative Office Technology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                     COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	    CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                      DAY	           TIME	                         LOCATION     	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                  DAY	         TIME	                              LOCATION

                                                                                                                                                                                                     Terminology
             HOW TO READ THE CLASS OFFERINGS                                                                                                                                            Registration/Register - Signing up
                                                                                                                                                                                        for classes .
                                                                                                                                                                                        Access Time - The time you can begin
                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                                               to register for classes .
                                    LINE#      SEC . CREDITS INSTRUCTOR                    DAY        TIME              LOCATION
                                                                                                                                                                                        Student ID Number - College-assigned,
                                                                            AGRICULTURE                                                                                                 nine-digit number .
                                    AG            101           Field Crops                                                                                                             PIN - Initially set to your six-digit birth
                                    Principles of crop production including crop growth, development, yield, and qual-                                                                  date (MMDDYY) . Protect your privacy
                                    ity . High-yield production techniques of locally grown crops will be included .                                                                    by personalizing your PIN .
                                    6030	 AA	 5	         STAFF	             MTWTh	      9:10AM-10:10AM	          K101                                                                   Item Number - Four-digit number
                                                                                                                                                                                        assigned to each class .
                                    COURSE NUMBER                      TITLE OF          DISTRIBUTION
                                       OF CLASS                         CLASS                CODE                                                                                       Line Number - Same as Item Num-
                                                                                                                                                                                        ber .
                                                                                                                                                                                        Variable Credit Class - Class that allows
                                    ENGL& 101                   English Composition [C]
                                    Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition, with emphasis                                                                  you to enroll in a range of credits .
                                                                                                                                               DESCRIPTION OF CLASS
                                    on organizing unified and coherent essays . Prerequisite: a passing grade in ENG                                                                    Prerequisite - A class, skill, or knowledge
                                    99 or ASSET score of 43 or above .                                                                                                                  requirement that must be achieved
                   LINE #           0522	 AA	 5	       STAFF	              MTWTh	       6:50AM-	7:50AM	          N101                          WHERE CLASS MEETS
                                                                                                                                                                                        before taking some courses .
                                    8057	 WB	 5	       STAFF	                MW	        5:00PM-	7:10PM	          A329
    FEES AND NOTES                    Footnotes may include dates, fees and other info about class.                                                                                     Entry Code - A code you will need
   RELATED TO CLASS                                                                                                                                  NIGHT,                             to override a prerequisite for a class
                                             SECTION       INSTRUCTOR                  DAYS CLASS       TIME CLASS                             DISTANCE LEARNING,                       or when instructor’s permission is
                                                                                         MEETS            MEETS                              FAST TRACK CLASSES, AND
                                               CREDITS CLASS                                                                                    WEEKEND CLASSES                         required to enroll in a class . This can
                                                 IS WORTH                                                                                                                               be obtained from the instructor of the
                                                                                                                                                                                        class or the division office .


                     ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (ABE)                                                                                     ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE TECHNOLOGY
All levels of ABE/GED are offered during the day and evening at the Pasco campus                                          AOT           101             Keyboarding I
and WorkSource as well as at various locations throughout the community . For                                             Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers, symbols, and
information about assessment and registration times, please call (509) 542-5501 .                                         operational keys using a computer . It is recommended that a student take CA
                                                                                                                          100 in the same quarter as AOT 101 .
                                              ACCOUNTING                                                                  4700	 DIH	 	2	    CRIDER,	T	            MW	
                                                                                                                           $11.40 lab fee. Class will end May 10, 2010.
                                                                                                                                                                          10:20AM-11:20AM	        W165
ACCT& 201                      Principles of Accounting I                                                                 8422	      DII	     	2	       CRIDER,	T	                  ARR	           ARR	
Fundamentals of accounting as applied to actual business situations . Introduc-                                            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
tion to the accounting cycle for service and merchandising firms controlling to                                            campus. There is a $34.55 fee and $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students
                                                                                                                           using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Class will end May 10, 2010.
purchases and sales with business papers, special journals, and subsidiary led-
gers . (Previously BA 251)                                                                                                AOT           102             Keyboarding II
1002	 AAW	 	5	      WEND,	T	           MTWTh	    	9:10AM-10:10AM	          B111                                           Reinforces keyboarding skills . Introduces appropriate formatting of business let-
1004	 BAW	 	5	      WYSOCKI,	C	        MTWTh	    10:20AM-11:20AM	          B103                                           ters, personal letters, memos, reports, and tables using word processing software .
8002	 DII	 	5	      MALONE,	C	          ARR	     ARR	                                                                     Prerequisites: AOT 101 and CA 100 or advanced placement for comparable skills .
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       4704	 DIH	 	2	       CRIDER,	T	           MW	        10:20AM-11:20AM	        W165
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 5:00 p.m., room B113.           $11.40 lab fee. Class will begin May 11, 2011.
                                                                                                                          8424	      DII	     	2	       CRIDER,	T	                  ARR	           ARR	
ACCT& 202                      Principles of Accounting II                                                                 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
The theory and practice of accounting, including financial statements . Emphasis                                           campus. There is a $34.55 fee and $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students
                                                                                                                           using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Class will begin May 11, 2011.
on partnership and corporate accounting . Prerequisite: ACCT& 201 or instructor’s
permission . (Previously BA 252)                                                                                          AOT           1091            Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
1006	 AAW	 	5	      WEND,	T	         MTWTh	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          B111                                          Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned program
8004	 DII	 	5	      MALONE,	C	          ARR	      ARR	                                                                    stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as efficient use
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         of the service keys . Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 5:00 p.m., room B113.          enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits .
                                                                                                                          Prerequisite: AOT 101 or instructor’s permission .
ACCT& 203                      Principles of Accounting III                                                               8426	 DII	 	3	        SULLIVAN,	M	      ARR	       ARR	
A continuation of ACCT& 202 . Introduction of manufacturing and cost account-                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
ing . Analysis of financial statements, budgeting, and cost volume analysis . Pre-                                         to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                           WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.
requisite: ACCT& 202 . (Previously BA 253)
1008	 AAW	 	5	        KEY,	G	            MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          B105                                        AOT           1092            Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
1010	 BAW	 	5	        WYSOCKI,	C	        MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	          B103                                        Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned program
8006	 DII	 	5	        MALONE,	C	          ARR	      ARR	                                                                  stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as efficient use
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         of the service keys . Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 5:00 p.m., room B113.          enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits .
8008	      WBW	 	5	            HOLMES,	J	                      TTh	             	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                 B105     Prerequisite: AOT 101, AOT 1091, or instructor’s permission .
                                                                                                                          8428	 DII	 	3	        SULLIVAN,	M	      ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                           to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                           WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.




15 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                          *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                                   Administrative Office Technology – Agriculture                                                  Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                   DAY	         TIME	                              LOCATION     	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION

AOT           1093            Keyboarding/Skillbuilding                                                                  AOT           1952            Supervised Employment
Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned program                                              A supervised work experience involving the application and practice of skills and
stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as efficient use                                      principles learned in the classroom . Supervised employment site must meet de-
of the service keys . Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may                                         gree or certificate specialty requirement . One credit equals 33 work hours . May
enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits .                                           be repeated for credit and experience . Prerequisites: AOT 102, AOT 117, and in-
Prerequisite: AOT 101, AOT 1092, or instructor’s permission .                                                            structor’s permission .
8430	 DII	 	3	        SULLIVAN,	M	      ARR	       ARR	                                                                  8438	 DII	 1-15	 MARTINEZ,	G	            ARR	      ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                                                      WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

AOT           117             Office Orientation                                                                         AOT           243             Administrative Office Management
Encompasses business ethics, personal values, human relations, and effective                                             Integrates application of technical skills while assisting executives in carrying out
communication in an office environment . Focuses on attaining and retaining en-                                          management responsibilities; applies managerial and leadership skills while com-
try-level employment . Provides an opportunity to shadow an office professional .                                        pleting a simulated executive office simulation . Emphasis on problem-solving,
4706	 AAW	 	3	    SULLIVAN,	M	        TWTh	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         W160                                          decision-making processes, responsibilities, and implementation . Includes con-
8432	 DII	 	3	    CRIDER,	T	           ARR	       ARR	                                                                   ducting online research . Prerequisites: AOT 126, AOT 142, and Internet proficiency .
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits        8440	 DII	 	2	      MARTINEZ,	G	           ARR	       ARR	
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                                                      to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for
                                                                                                                          students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.
AOT           124             Intermediate Spreadsheet Applications
Develops employable application skills using a spreadsheet software, currently                                           AOT           272             Word Processing II
Microsoft Excel . Emphasizes creation and design of spreadsheets including for-                                          Applies knowledge of advanced word processing features, including styles, mac-
mulas, projections, charting, Web pages, lists, macros, and multiple workbooks                                           ros, mail merge, templates, and long documents, to prepare complex, integrated
as needed for effective presentations in the business/office environment . Prepa-                                        documents . Solves software-related problems through trouble-shooting practice .
ration for Microsoft Office User Specialist, Microsoft Excel Certification . Prerequi-                                   Transfers Word skills to Publisher software to create brochures, pamphlets, and
sites: CA 100 and eligibility for MATH 106 .                                                                             flyers and comparisons made with similar documents created in Word . Prepa-
4708	 DIH	 	5	      MARTINEZ,	G	           M	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	             W165                                    ration for Microsoft Office User Specialist, Microsoft Word Expert Certification .
 $11.40 lab fee. Class meets once a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee.   Prerequisites: AOT 172/CA 172 .
                                                                                                                         8444	 DII	 	4	      MARTINEZ,	G	        ARR	       ARR	
AOT           126             Presentation Applications                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
This class introduces the fundamentals of presentation software, currently Microsoft                                      to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for
                                                                                                                          students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.
PowerPoint . Students will learn how to create and modify a slide presentation, in-
sert clip art, add slide transition and animation effects, create graphic objects, and                                   AOT           276             Integrated Word Processing
prepare a presentation for publishing to the web using PowerPoint . Preparation                                          Integrates knowledge and application of word processing, spreadsheet, data-
for Microsoft Office User Expert PowerPoint Certification . Prerequisite: CA 100 .                                       base, presentation, and webpage software . Utilizes communication, software,
8434	 DII	 	3	         MARTINEZ,	G	         ARR	      ARR	                                                               and Internet functions in the creation of business/office documents . Currently
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for         using Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, FrontPage, and Outlook . Prereq-
 students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                             uisites: AOT 124, AOT 125, AOT 126, AOT 128, AOT 272, and Internet proficiency .
                                                                                                                         8446	 DII	 	5	      MARTINEZ,	G	        ARR	       ARR	
AOT           142             General Office Procedures                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
Bridges the gap between the classroom and the office by prioritizing work and                                             to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for
                                                                                                                          students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.
managing time, preparing realistic office assignments, filing office documents;
managing personal information (PIM software); and conducting online research .                                           AOT           290             Professional Development
Enroll in either AOT 243, AOT 244 or AOT 245 concurrently . Prerequisites: AOT                                           Develops ethical qualities and personal approaches for success and excellence
117, AOT 172, or AOT 173, and Internet proficiency .                                                                     in office careers . Emphasis on maintaining a personal and professional balance
4702	 AAW	 	5	     CRIDER,	T	         MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	         W160                                           in today’s society . Refines job-search strategies, resume writing, interviewing
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                         techniques, and professional image . Student must be near end of program to
AOT           146             Legal Terminology                                                                          enroll in this class . Prerequisites: Internet proficiency, AOT 117, AOT 172 or AOT
Provides a basic background of legal terminology for the legal office using mul-                                         173, and eligibility for ENGL& 101 .
tiple word processing software for transcribing legal text and documents, cre-                                           8448	 DIH	 	3	         MARTINEZ,	G	          T	        	9:10AM-10:10AM	       W180A
                                                                                                                          Class meets once a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee.
ating up/downloadable files using appropriate software . Prerequisites: AOT 114
or machine transcription experience and AOT 172 .
8436	 DII	 	5	     MARTINEZ,	G	        ARR	       ARR	                                                                                                               AGRICULTURE
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for         AG            102             Introduction to Animal Science
 students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                             Types and breeds of livestock, terminology, methods, management systems,
                                                                                                                         techniques of animal, and poultry production and consumer impact .
AOT           172             Word Processing I                                                                          5300	 AA	 	4	     MOLTON,	K	         MTWTh	    11:30AM-12:30PM	     N104
Develops employable word processing skills and implements effective appli-
cation in a business environment using a word processing software, currently                                             AG            1021            Introduction to Animal Science Lab
Microsoft Word . Topics covered include all major functions of Word, including                                           Lab to be taken concurrently with AG 102 .
margins, tabs, tables, columns, document enhancement, graphics, styles, outline,                                         5302	 AA	 	1	     MOLTON,	K	           Th	                              12:30PM-	2:30PM	                      N104
tables of contents, and templates . Preparation for Microsoft Office User Certifica-                                      $11.40 lab fee.
tion . Specialist or Expert level . Prerequisite: AOT 102 .
4712	 AAW	 	5	        MARTINEZ,	G	         MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	       W165                                       AG            201             Soils
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                         A course offering the student a general background and understanding of soils,
                                                                                                                         soil formation processes, soil origins with an emphasis on soil origins in the Pa-
                                                                                                                         cific Northwest, soil taxonomy, organic matter, water relationships, pH, and bi-
                                                                                                                         ological relationships . Prerequisites: CHEM& 110/CHEM& 110L or CHEM& 140/
                                                                                                                         CHEM& 140L or instructor permission . This course is cross linked to BIOL 201/
                                                                                                                         BIOL 201L . Students completing AG 201/AG 2011 may not receive graduation
                                                                                                                         credit for BIOL 201/BIOL 201L .
                                                                                                                         5304	 AA	 	4	       MOLTON,	K	           MTWTh	   10:20AM-11:20AM	            I106


                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                                                Credit Classes – 16
           Credit Classes                                                                              Anthropology – Art
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	         DAY	   TIME	               LOCATION

AG            2011            Soils Lab                                                                                                                              ART
Lab to be taken concurrently with AG 201 .
5306	 AA	 	1	     MOLTON,	K	           T	                               12:40PM-	2:40PM	                      N104
                                                                                                                      ART             111           Design I
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                      Introduction to the formal elements and principles of design common to all two-
                                                                                                                      dimensional media . The student examines the formal elements of line, shape,
                                                                                                                      form, space, pattern, texture, and color and applies the principles of unity and
                                        ANTHROPOLOGY                                                                  variety, balance, focus, repetition, rhythm, movement, and proportion . Students
ANTH          199             Biological Anthro Lab                                                                   are introduced to spatial and ordering strategies through a sequence of design
Biological anthropology focuses on the use of empirical evidence to place hu-                                         and color theory problems which emphasize creative problem-solving, using
mans in perspective within our historical and biological world . The Biological                                       a variety of media and techniques . Recommended for all art, design, photog-
Anthropology laboratory is designed to allow students, through examples and                                           raphy, and architecture students, and for anyone with a general interest in art .
hands-on exercises, to understand the evolutionary processes that have pro-                                           0100	 AA	 	5	        PIERCE,	G	          MTWTh	   	9:10AM-10:10AM	          P201
duced modern humans . This course is designed to complement the Biological                                            0102	 BA	 	5	        CRAIG,	J	           MTWTh	   10:20AM-11:20AM	          P201
Anthropology course (ANTH& 205) .
2000	 AA	 	5	     TAFF,	M	              T	       	1:00PM-	2:50PM	          S339
                                                                                                                      ART             1121          3D Design II
                                                                                                                      This course of study is an introduction to the visual and tactile elements and prin-
                                                                                                                      ciples that relate to three-dimensional forms in space . The student will execute
                                 ANTHROPOLOGY CCN                                                                     various aesthetic design problems that focus on arriving at a better understanding
ANTH& 100                     Survey of Anthropology [S/B]                                                            of a three-dimensional dialogue, applicable to sculpture, architecture and ceram-
The field of anthropology is the scientific study of people from all periods of time                                  ics, as well as product package and landscape design . ART 111 recommended .
and in all areas of the world . Anthropology, as a discipline, focuses on both the                                    0104	 AA	 	5	        CRAIG,	J	           MTW	        	8:00AM-	9:40AM	          P101
biological and cultural characteristics of our species (Homo sapiens) . In this course,                                $11.40 lab fee.
we will explore this discipline by looking at how each of the major branches of
anthropology attempts to answer the basic question: What does it mean to be                                           ART             1131          Drawing I
human? (Previously ANT 101)                                                                                           A basic studio course that focuses on the fundamental skills: observation, com-
                                                                                                                      position, development of forms, and personal expression . Surveys a wide range
8010	 WB	 	5	        HABERMAN,	D	           TTh	      	5:00PM-	7:10PM	            A126                                of media and techniques and examines master works of drawing .
ANTH& 205                     Biological Anthropology [M/S]                                                           0106	 AAW	 	3	     PETRE,	T	           MTW	     	8:00AM-	9:40AM	            P202
Physical Anthropology is the study of human beings from an evolutionary and                                            $11.40 lab fee.
biological perspective and ANTH& 205 provides an introduction to this sub-field                                       0108	      BA	      	3	       STARKEY,	K	         TTh	   12:40PM-	3:10PM	        P202
of anthropology . In this course, we will examine our own species (Homo sapiens)                                       $11.40 lab fee.
by looking at the biological basis of life, the processes of evolution, our primate
relatives both living and extinct, and the variation seen in modern human popu-
                                                                                                                      ART             1141          Drawing II
                                                                                                                      A continuation of ART 1131 with emphasis on individual direction, composition,
lations . (Previously ANT 111)
                                                                                                                      color, expanded technique, and media experiences . Prerequisite: ART 1131 or
2002	 AA	 	5	        TAFF,	M	            MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          B103                                   instructor’s permission .
8012	 DII	 	5	       TAFF,	M	              ARR	      ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits     0110	 AAW	 	3	     PETRE,	T	        MTW	        	8:00AM-	9:40AM	         P202
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or    $11.40 lab fee.
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 4/5/10, 6:00 p.m., room B104.       0112	      BA	      	3	       STARKEY,	K	         TTh	   12:40PM-	3:10PM	        P202
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
ANTH& 206                     Cultural Anthropology [S/B]
Cultural Anthropology is the branch of anthropology that studies the species                                          ART             118           Art History Modern Times [H]
Homo sapiens from a cultural perspective . This course examines and attempts                                          A chronological study of architecture, sculpture, painting, printmaking, photog-
to explain the diversity and similarity of cultures and peoples throughout the                                        raphy, and the design arts from Romanticism to the present .
world . (Previously ANT 120)                                                                                          0114	 AAW	 	5	     PETRE,	T	           MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	         D114
8014	 DII	 	5	      TAFF,	M	            ARR	       ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits     ART             2011          Photography I
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or   A basic course in the use of the photographic equipment, either traditional or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 4/5/10, 7:00 p.m., room B104.
                                                                                                                      digital, to expose and compose photographs . This will include elements of design
ANTH& 234                     Religion & Culture [S/B]                                                                and composition to aid in relating your ideas of people and the world around
The Anthropology of Religion is the cross-cultural study of the relationship be-                                      you . Students will learn to use new technologies using computers and computer
tween humans and the supernatural world . Unlike other religious studies schol-                                       software to enlarge and print pictures .
ars, anthropologists are more concerned about the relationship and intercon-                                          8016	 AA	 	3	         MAZUR,	Z	           W	       	4:00PM-	9:00PM	          T549
                                                                                                                       $30 lab fee.
nections between people’s religious traditions and beliefs, and other aspects
of society . The objective of this course is familiarizing students with certain as-                                  ART             2021          Photography II
pects that are common to many of the world’s religions . In ANTH& 234, we will                                        A study of photography for the advanced student photographer with a working
explore and analyze the meaning of myth systems, the importance and mean-                                             knowledge of photographic equipment, computers and software, enabling them
ing of religious symbols, rituals, religious specialists, how different societies or-                                 to manipulate photographs . ART 111 and ART 2011 recommended .
ganize supernatural powers and entities, and then finally a quick survey of the
world’s religions . We will do this in order to come to appreciate the significance                                   8018	 AA	 	3	     MAZUR,	Z	           W	       	4:00PM-	9:00PM	        T549
                                                                                                                       $30 lab fee.
all religions hold for the people who follow them, and develop a broad defini-
tion of religion that enables us to examine myriad systems of belief on equal                                         ART             211           Graphic Design I
terms . (Previously ANT 128)                                                                                          An introductory class in the theory and application of graphic design used in to-
2004	 AA	 	5	        TAFF,	M	             MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	          B103                                  day’s advertising and industrial graphics . Industry-accepted computer software
                                                                                                                      for vector drawing and page layout will be extensively used by the student . Pre-
                                                                                                                      requisite: ART 209 or instructor’s permission .
                                                                                                                      8020	 WB	 	5	      DEGRAAF,	C	           TTh	       	6:00PM-	8:30PM	         T549
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.

                                                                                                                      ART             212           Graphic Design II
                                                                                                                      An intermediate class in the theory and application of graphic design used in to-
                                                                                                                      day’s advertising and industrial graphics . Industry accepted computer software for
                                                                                                                      bit mapped image creation and manipulation will be extensively used by the stu-
                                                                                                                      dent . Further use of page layout software will be explored . Prerequisite: ART 211 .
                                                                                                                      8022	 WB	 	5	        DEGRAAF,	C	            TTh	      	6:00PM-	8:30PM	          T549
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.


17 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                      *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                            Art – Autobody Technology                                                Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                      COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	        DAY	     TIME	                 LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION

ART           2151            Painting I                                                   ART             2531          Studio Problems - Drawing
An introduction to techniques of painting in oil or acrylic; preparation of wood,          Individual, contracted, advanced study in drawing . Studio and seminar .
canvas and paper supports; color mixing and application methods . Traditional              0154	 AAW	 1-	3	 PETRE,	T	            MTW	      	8:00AM-	9:40AM	                                              P202
and experimental approaches to subject matter, composition, and expression .                $11.40 lab fee.
0128	 AA	 	3	      PETRE,	T	           MW	        12:40PM-	3:10PM	           P202
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                           ART             2541          Studio Problems - Painting
                                                                                           Individual, contracted, advanced study in painting . Studio and seminar .
ART           2161            Painting II                                                  0155	 AA	 1-	3	 PETRE,	T	              MW	       12:40PM-	3:10PM	                                             P202
Continuation of ART 2151 with greater emphasis on individual development of                 $11.40 lab fee.
subject matter, technique, and personal expression . Oil, acrylic, or mixed media .
Prerequisite: ART 2151 .                                                                   ART             2551          Studio Problems - Sculpture
                                                                                           Individual, contracted, advanced study in sculpture . Studio and seminar .
0130	 AA	 	3	      PETRE,	T	          MW	        12:40PM-	3:10PM	             P202
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                           0160	 AA	 1-	3	 CRAIG,	J	             MTW	       	8:00AM-	9:40AM	                                             P101
                                                                                            $11.40 lab fee.
ART           2201            Sculpture I
A study of three-dimensional form with emphasis on the inter-relationships be-             ART             2571          Studio Problems - Pottery
tween space and form through the techniques of modeling, mold-making, and                  Individual, contracted, advanced study in pottery . Studio and seminar .
casting . Recommended: ART 111 and ART 1121 .                                              0162	 AA	 1-	3	 PIERCE,	G	            MTW	       10:20AM-12:00PM	                                             P101
                                                                                            $11.40 lab fee.
0132	 AA	 	3	      CRAIG,	J	          MTW	     	8:00AM-	9:40AM	           P101
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                           ART             2591          Studio Problems - Photography
ART           2211            Sculpture II                                                 Individual, contracted, advanced study in photography . Studio and seminar .
A continuation of ART 2201 with emphasis on the techniques of casting, con-                8026	 AA	 1-	3	 MAZUR,	Z	               W	      	4:00PM-	9:00PM	         T549
struction, and carving . Prerequisite: ART 2201 .                                           $30 lab fee.

0133	 AA	 	3	       CRAIG,	J	            MTW	     	8:00AM-	9:40AM	     P101
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                                          ART CCN
ART           2221            Pottery I                                                    ART&            100           Art Appreciation [H]
A basic introduction to ceramic forms with emphasis on production by hand                  A general survey of fine and applied arts with brief media encounters in vari-
methods . Consideration of the nature and possibilities of clay, clay body formu-          ous areas of art . The class emphasis is on building a general appreciation of the
lation, and introductory glaze testing as well as loading and firing procedures            techniques, styles, and history of art . (Previously ART 110)
for bisque and glaze kilns .                                                               0166	 AA	 	5	        GRAVENSLUND	         MTWTh	     	6:50AM-	7:50AM	         P201
0134	 AA	 	3	      PIERCE,	G	          MTW	        10:20AM-12:00PM	           P101         0168	 BA	 	5	        PIERCE,	G	           MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         P201
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                           0170	 CA	 	5	        NETH,	T	             MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	        D104
                                                                                           0172	 DA	 	5	        NETH,	T	             MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	        D104
ART           2231            Pottery II                                                   8030	 DII	 	5	       BARLOW,	H	            ARR	      ARR	
A continuation of ART 2221 with special emphasis on wheel technique, glaze                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
formulation, and design of clay forms . Prerequisite: ART 2221 .                            to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                            WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Howard
0136	 AA	 	3	     PIERCE,	G	            MTW	       10:20AM-12:00PM	   P101                  Barlow by the second day of class via email at howard.barlow@columbiabasin.edu.
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                           0174	      EA	      	5	       CRAIG,	J	                MTWTh	           11:30AM-12:30PM	                      P201
ART           230             Professional Practices                                       8034	      WB	      	5	       GRAVENSLUND	              MW	             	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                      P201
This course will focus on preparing the art major for admission into an accredited
art program as well as exploring the business aspects of being a professional artist .                                            ASTRONOMY CCN
0142	 AA	 	2	        DRYBURGH,	M	        TTh	       11:30AM-12:30PM	           D104        ASTR& 101                     Intro to Astronomy w/Lab [M/S]
                                                                                           A survey of astronomy including history of astronomy, the solar system, galax-
ART           2411            Illustration I                                               ies, cosmology, and current topics . Several night observation sessions are held .
A studio study of design, drawing, painting media, and techniques used by pro-             Lecture and lab must be taken concurrently . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH
fessional illustrators and graphic designers . Emphasis will be on the techniques          096 . (Previously AST 101)
of perspective with a wide range of drawing media . Recommended: ART 111
and ART 1131 .                                                                             8502	 WBW	 	5	      GEORGE,	A	          MW	        	5:00PM-	6:50PM	          D114
0144	 AA	 	3	        STARKEY,	K	         TTh	      12:40PM-	3:10PM	          P202          ASTR& 101L                    Intro to Astronomy Lab [M/S]
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                           You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab
                                                                                           credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-
ART           2421            Illustration II                                              viously AST 1011)
A continuation of ART 2411 with emphasis on mixed media and the techniques
of pseudo realism and abstraction as applied to modern, fine, and commercial               8504	 WBW	 	0	       GEORGE,	A	            M	        	7:20PM-	9:10PM	             D114
                                                                                            $11.40 lab fee.
art, and graphic design . Prerequisite: ART 2411 .
                                                                                           8506	      XBW	 	0	           GEORGE,	A	                  W	            	7:20PM-	9:10PM	                      D114
0146	 AA	 	3	      STARKEY,	K	           TTh	      12:40PM-	3:10PM	    P202                 $11.40 lab fee.
 $11.40 lab fee.

ART           2431            Illustration III                                                                           AUTOBODY TECHNOLOGY
A continuation of ART 2421 with emphasis on the use of mixed media, color, and
graphic techniques applied to illustration . Prerequisites: ART 2411 and ART 242 .1 .
                                                                                           ABT             231           Body Rebuilding II
                                                                                           Students will spend time refining skills . Emphasis will be on flat rate manual,
0148	 AA	 1-	3	 STARKEY,	K	              TTh	       12:40PM-	3:10PM	          P202         time clock, and other skills that will be used in shop conditions . In the lab area,
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                           speed and quality work against the time clock and flat rate shop conditions will
ART           2511            Studio Problems - Design                                     be simulated as much as possible . There will be more challenging frame work
Individual, contracted, advanced study in design . Studio and seminar .                    and spot painting . Prerequisites: ABT 221 and ABT 2211 .
0150	 AA	 1-	3	 CRAIG,	J	             MTW	        	8:00AM-	9:40AM	                  P101   6204	 AA	 	5	       HAYES,	R	            DAILY	     	7:00AM-	7:50AM	            V122
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                           ABT             2311          Body Rebuilding II Lab
ART           2521            Studio Problems - Graphic                                    Lab to be taken concurrently with ABT 231 .
Individual, contracted, advanced study in computer graphics . Studio and seminar .         6206	 AA	 1-	9	 HAYES,	R	            DAILY	                             	8:00AM-11:50AM	                      V122
                                                                                            $11.40 lab fee.
8024	 WB	 1-	3	 DEGRAAF,	C	              TTh	    	6:00PM-	8:30PM	           T549
 $11.40 lab fee.




                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                  Credit Classes – 18
           Credit Classes                                             Automotive Technology – Biology CCN
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                      COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	        DAY	       TIME	               LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	        DAY	     TIME	                LOCATION

                         AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                                             BIOL          201             Soils [M/S]
                                                                                           A course offering the student a general background and understanding of soils,
AMT           130             Engine Performance                                           soil formation processes, soil origins with an emphasis on soil origins in the Pa-
This combination class/lab is designed to give the student a basic understand-             cific Northwest, soil taxonomy, organic matter, water relationships, pH, and bi-
ing of the theory, diagnosis and service of automotive engine performance sys-             ological relationships . Prerequisites: CHEM& 110/CHEM& 110L or CHEM& 140/
tems . Emphasis will be on basic engine performance related to engine diagno-              CHEM& 140L or instructor permission . This course is cross linked to AG 201/AG
sis, ignition systems, fuel delivery, emission systems, and routine maintenance .          2011 . Students completing BIOL 201/BIOL 201L may not receive graduation credit
Prerequisites: AMT 123, AMT 1231, and CMST 103 .                                           for AG 201/AG 2011 . (Previously BIO 201)
6300	 AAW	 	2	      TOTTEN,	S	          MTWTh	      	7:00AM-	8:00AM	       V132A           5635	 AAW	 	4	      MOLTON,	K	           MTWTh	   10:20AM-11:20AM	            S238
AMT           1301            Engine Performance Lab                                       BIOL          201L            Soils Lab [M/S]
Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 130 .                                                Lab to be taken concurrently with BIOL 201 . (Previously BIO 2011)
6302	 AA	 	5	     TOTTEN,	S	        MTWTh	                  	8:10AM-	1:00PM	        V133   5637	 AAW	 	1	    MOLTON,	K	            T	        12:40PM-	2:40PM	                 N104
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                            $11.40 lab fee.

AMT           133             Engine Repair and Rebuild
This combination class/lab is designed to give the student a basic understanding                                                       BIOLOGY CCN
of the theory, diagnosis, and service of internal engines . Students will study the        BIOL& 100                     Survey of Biology w/Lab [M/S]
operation of an internal combustion engine with an emphasis on failure analy-              An introductory course in basic biological principles and processes . The lab illus-
sis . Upon completing an engine rebuild, the learner will do hot run engine dy-            trates the basic concepts discussed in lecture and acquaints students with general
namometer diagnostic tests . Prerequisites: AMT 130, AMT 1301, and CMST 103 .              laboratory procedures . Primarily for non-science majors . (Previously BIO 100)
6304	 AAW	 	2	      TOTTEN,	S	         MTWTh	       	7:00AM-	8:00AM	          V132A        5600	 AAW	 	5	      BRADY,	M	            MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	          W155
AMT           1331            Engine Repair and Rebuild Lab                                5602	 BAW	 	5	      STAFF	               MTWTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	           S154
Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 133 .                                                8508	 WBW	 	5	      MOLTON,	K	             M	       	5:00PM-	7:45PM	          W155
6306	 AA	 	5	     TOTTEN,	S	        MTWTh	                  	8:10AM-	1:00PM	        V133   	       	     	     MOLTON,	K	             W	       	5:00PM-	5:50PM	          W155
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                           BIOL& 100L                    Survey Of Biology Lab [M/S]
AMT           240             Drivability Diagnostics                                      You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab
This combination class/lab is designed to give the student a highly developed              credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-
understanding of the theory, diagnosis, and service of the drivability automotive          viously BIO 1001)
systems . Emphasis will be on power train computer systems, sensors and out-               5604	 AAW	 	0	       BRADY,	M	              F	       	8:00AM-	9:50AM	             S243
                                                                                            $11.40 lab fee.
puts, and the proper diagnostic strategies to locate potential problems in these
systems . Prerequisites: AMT 233, AMT 2331, and above MATH 111 .                           5606	      BAW	 	0	           STAFF	             F	         12:40PM-	2:20PM	       S243
                                                                                            $11.40 lab fee.
6308	 AAW	 	2	      PRATHER,	M	       MTWTh	       	7:00AM-	8:00AM	         V132B
                                                                                           8510	      WBW	 	0	           MOLTON,	K	         W	         	6:00PM-	7:45PM	       S243
AMT           2401            Drivability Diagnostics Lab                                   $11.40 lab fee.
Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 240 .
                                                                                           BIOL& 160                     General Biology w/Lab [M/S]
6310	 AA	 	5	     PRATHER,	M	       MTWTh	                  	8:10AM-	1:00PM	        V133   An introduction to basic cell structure and physiology with emphasis on: function
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                           and structure of cell membranes; metabolism and enzyme function; genetics and
AMT           243             Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning Systems             protein synthesis; genetics of viruses, prokaryotes, and eukaryotes; cell signal-
This combination class/lab is designed to give the student a basic understand-             ing and communication . The use of models, microscope slides, and physiologi-
ing of the theory, diagnosis, and service of automotive heating, ventilation, and          cal experiments illustrate cellular structure and function . Prerequisite: Strongly
air conditioning (HVAC) systems . Emphasis will be on proper air conditioning              recommended: high school chemistry, or CHEM& 110/CHEM& 110L or higher,
recharging techniques and the electrical portion of the HVAC systems . Prereq-             or concurrent enrollment . This course does not satisfy the prerequisite for BIOL&
uisites: AMT 240, AMT 2401, and above MATH 111 .                                           212/BIOL& 212L or BIOL& 213/BIOL& 213L . (Previously BIO 105)
6312	 AAW	 	2	      PRATHER,	M	        MTWTh	     	7:00AM-	8:00AM	          V132B          5610	 AAW	 	5	       VON	REIS,	J	        MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	           S237
                                                                                           5612	 BAW	 	5	       VON	REIS,	J	        MTWTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	           S237
AMT           2431            Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning Sys Lab               8512	 WBW	 	5	       STAFF	               MW	       	6:00PM-	8:00PM	           S226
Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 243 .
6314	 AA	 	5	     PRATHER,	M	       MTWTh	                  	8:10AM-	1:00PM	        V133   BIOL& 160L                    General Biology Lab [M/S]
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                           You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab
                                                                                           credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-
                                            BIOLOGY                                        viously BIO 1051)
                                                                                           5614	 AAW	 	0	       STAFF	                 F	       11:30AM-	1:10PM	             S153
BIOL          140             Fundamentals of Botany [M/S]                                  $11.40 lab fee.
An introductory course in the plant sciences . Includes structure and function of          5616	      BAW	 	0	           VON	REIS,	J	       Th	        	1:50PM-	3:40PM	       S153
plant cells, tissues, organs; growth, reproduction, diversity, evolution, and ecol-         $11.40 lab fee.
ogy . Emphasis on local flora and ecology . Primarily for non-science or agriculture       5618	      CAW	 	0	           STAFF	             F	         	1:50PM-	3:50PM	       S153
majors . (Previously BIO 140)                                                               $11.40 lab fee.
5636	 AAW	 1-	4	 COCHRAN,	J	            MTWTh	       11:30AM-12:30PM	           S238       8514	      WBW	 	0	           STAFF	             Th	        	6:00PM-	8:00PM	       S153
                                                                                            $11.40 lab fee.
BIOL          140L            Fundamentals of Botany Lab [M/S]
Lab to be taken concurrently with BIOL 140 . (Previously BIO 1401)                         BIOL& 175                     Human Biology w/Lab [M/S]
5638	 AAW	 	1	    COCHRAN,	J	          W	         12:40PM-	2:40PM	                  S243   The biology of the human organism . Evolution, ecology, the functioning of cells,
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                           tissues and the major organ systems form the core of the class . Emphasis is placed
                                                                                           on providing the student with sufficient background to make informed decisions
                                                                                           relating to the biological aspects of the human species . Primarily for non-science
                                                                                           majors . (Previously BIO 110)
                                                                                           5620	 AAW	 	5	       LYNCH,	J	           MTWTh	    	8:00AM-	9:00AM	             S237
                                                                                           5622	 BAW	 	5	       LYNCH,	J	           MTWTh	    	9:10AM-10:10AM	             L101




19 – Credit Classes                                                                                           *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                               Biology CCN – Business                                                 Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                       COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	        DAY	       TIME	                LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION

BIOL& 175L                    Human Biology Lab [M/S]                                       BIOL& 242L                    Human A&P 2 Lab [M/S]
You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab               You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab
credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-      credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-
viously BIO 1101)                                                                           viously BIO 2221)
5624	 AAW	 	0	       LYNCH,	J	              F	       	8:00AM-	9:50AM	             S156      5661	 DAW	 	0	       BRADY,	M	           MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	             S154
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                             $11.40 lab fee.
5626	      BAW	 	0	           LYNCH,	J	          F	         10:20PM-12:00PM	         S156   5656	      AAW	 	0	           RUSCH,	M	                MTWTh	           10:20AM-11:20PM	                      S154
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                             $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                            5658	      BAW	 	0	           RUSCH,	M	                MTWTh	           	1:50PM-	2:50PM	                      S154
BIOL& 211                     Majors Cellular w/Lab [M/S]                                    $11.40 lab fee.
An introductory cell biology lecture and lab course for biology majors, pre-med-            5657	      CAW	 	0	           RUSCH,	M	                MTWTh	           	3:00PM-	4:00PM	                      S154
ical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy, pre-physical therapy, and other pre-professional             $11.40 lab fee.
students planning to transfer to a four-year university . This is the first of a three-
quarter series with an emphasis on cell chemistry, structure, metabolism, ener-             BIOL& 260                     Microbiology w/Lab [M/S]
getics, cell division, cell signaling, the molecular basis of inheritance and devel-        Basic principles, concepts, and techniques in the study of bacteria, protists, fungi,
opment, and the basis of genetic engineering . Health Science majors are advised            and viruses . Concepts of immunity and the role of micro-organisms in medicine .
to take BIOL& 160/BIOL& 160L . Prerequisite: a grade of 2 .0 or better in CHEM&             Prerequisite: a grade of 2 .0 or better in BIOL& 160/BIOL& 160L or BIOL& 211/BIOL&
110/CHEM& 110L or higher . (Previously BIO 111)                                             211L . Strongly recommended: CHEM& 110/CHEM& 110L, BIOL& 241/BIOL& 241L
5628	 AAW	 	5	        VON	REIS,	J	          MT	       	1:50PM-	3:30PM	             S249     and BIOL& 242/BIOL& 242L (for nursing majors) or BIOL& 212/BIOL& 212L and
                                                                                            BIOL& 213/BIOL& 213L (for biology majors) . (Previously BIO 260)
BIOL& 211L                    Majors Cellular Lab [M/S]                                     5660	 AAW	 	6	       HENSCHEID,	K	           MW	      	9:10AM-11:00AM	           I107
You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab               5662	 BAW	 	6	       HENSCHEID,	K	           MW	      12:40PM-	2:30PM	           S238
credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-
viously BIO 1111)                                                                           BIOL& 260L                    Microbiology Lab [M/S]
5630	 AAW	 	0	       VON	REIS,	J	          W	        	1:50PM-	3:40PM	             S153      You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                            credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-
                                                                                            viously BIO 2601)
BIOL& 213                     Majors Animal w/Lab [M/S]                                     5664	 AAW	 	0	       HENSCHEID,	K	         TTh	      	9:10AM-11:00AM	             S246
A survey of the invertebrate and vertebrate animals covering their diversity,                $11.40 lab fee.
structure and function of organ systems, and the interactions between organ-                5666	      BAW	 	0	           HENSCHEID,	K	              TTh	           12:40PM-	2:30PM	                      S246
isms and the environment . Primarily for science majors . Prerequisite: a grade of           $11.40 lab fee.
2 .0 or better in BIOL& 212/BIOL& 212L . (Previously BIO 113)
5632	 AAW	 	5	       RUSCH,	M	        MTWTh	       	8:00AM-	8:50AM	          W132                                             BLUEPRINT READING
BIOL& 213L                    Majors Animal Lab [M/S]                                       BPR           206             Blueprint Reading II (WT)
You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab               The second course in the series with the emphasis on pipe isometrics . The course
credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-      is designed to provide the student with the ability to read, draw, and dimen-
viously BIO 1131)                                                                           sion pipe isometrics for fabrication . The successful student will be an asset to
5634	 AAW	 	0	       RUSCH,	M	              F	       11:30AM-	1:20PM	             S154      any fabrication shop or when working for or with pipefitters or entry level . Pre-
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                            requisite: BPR 106 .
BIOL& 241                     Human A&P 1 w/Lab [M/S]                                       5400	 AA	 	3	        GUILBAULT,	F	       TThF	     11:00AM-12:00PM	           V128
The structure and functions of systems of the human body; integumentary, skel-              5401	 WB	 	3	        GUILBAULT,	F	        TW	      	6:00PM-	7:20PM	           V128
etal, muscular, and nervous . The use of human models and animals illustrate the
systems . Prerequisite: a grade of 2 .0 or better in BIOL& 160/BIOL& 160L or BIOL&                                                        BUSINESS
211/BIOL& 211L . Recommended CHEM& 110/CHEM& 110L . (Previously BIO 221)                    BUS           103             Salesmanship
5640	 AAW	 	6	      HARRIS,	S	              MW	        	8:00AM-	9:40AM	        S239         A study in consumer motivation, buyer benefits, overcoming sales resistance,
5642	 BAW	 	6	      HARRIS,	S	              MW	        10:20AM-12:00PM	       W155          and closing of sales supplemented by sales demonstrations developed and pre-
5644	 CAW	 	6	      BRADY,	M	             MTWTh	       11:30AM-12:20PM	        S239         sented in the classroom . (Previously BA 103)
BIOL& 241L                    Human A&P 1 Lab [M/S]                                         1026	 AA	 	5	       HOLAND,	G	         MTWTh	  10:20AM-11:20AM	         B108
You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab               BUS           105             Business & Payroll Tax Accounting
credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-      A study of the various aspects of federal, state, and local taxes levied upon busi-
viously BIO 2211)                                                                           ness . Emphasis placed on Federal Income and Social Security tax-withholding,
5646	 AAW	 	0	       HARRIS,	S	            TTh	      	8:00AM-	9:40AM	             S156      sales tax requirements, and various state regulations regarding employee health,
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                            safety, unemployment insurance and business and occupation tax . Students will
5648	      BAW	 	0	           HARRIS,	S	        TTh	        10:20AM-12:20PM	         S156   practice completion of various tax reports and maintenance of accurate tax-re-
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                            lated records . Offered spring quarter only . Prerequisite: ACCT& 201 or instructor’s
5650	      CAW	 	0	           BRADY,	M	        MTWTh	       12:40PM-	1:30PM	         S156   permission . (Previously BA 105)
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                            8200	 DII	 	5	       WEND,	T	             ARR	       ARR	
BIOL& 242                     Human A&P 2 w/Lab [M/S]                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                             to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
Continuation of BIOL& 241/BIOL& 241L: endocrine, digestive, respiratory, circu-              WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 7:00 p.m., room B111.
latory, lymphatic, urinary, and reproductive systems . Prerequisite: a grade of 2 .0
or better in BIOL& 241/BIOL& 241L . (Previously BIO 222)                                    BUS           120             Personal Finance
                                                                                            A decision-making approach to personal financial planning . Students will use
5652	 AAW	 	6	      RUSCH,	M	          MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	            S238
                                                                                            course materials and Internet resources to develop personal financial strate-
5654	 BAW	 	6	      RUSCH,	M	          MTWTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	            S247
                                                                                            gies . (Previously BA 120)
5659	 CAW	 	6	      BRADY,	M	          MTWTh	     	1:50PM-	2:40PM	            S233
                                                                                            1028	 AAW	 	5	      WYSOCKI,	C	      MW	       11:30AM-12:30PM	          B110
                                                                                            	        	    	     WYSOCKI,	C	       TTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	          B112
                                                                                            8202	 DII	 	5	      WYSOCKI,	C	      ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                             This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                             to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                             WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 4/7/10, 5:30 p.m., room B112.




                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                   Credit Classes – 20
            Credit Classes                                                                            Business – Chemistry
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION

BUS           165             Investments                                                                             BUS           269             Marketing Special Projects III
Fundamentals of investing and investment alternatives, including a study of                                           A continuing practical and student-centered marketing project course utilizing
traditional investment vehicles such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and more                                         material provided by proposing clients, student researched data . Included in
speculative strategies such as options and futures . The course will examine in-                                      this project is the development of a marketing promotional plan for-profit and
vestment decision-making within the framework of investment goals including                                           not-for-profit companies . This special project is designed to help the student use
safety, risk, growth, and income . The mechanics of various financial markets will                                    marketing skills related to effective business promotion and/or product devel-
also be discussed . (Previously BA 165)                                                                               opment . Selling skills, creative planning and implementation training will be uti-
1030	 AA	 	5	        KEY,	G	            MTWTh	    11:30AM-12:30PM	           B105                                     lized for the client’s benefit . As in course BUS 268 more technical and advanced
                                                                                                                      projects and research will be assigned and the above skills will be expanded to
BUS           1952            Supervised Employment                                                                   client specifications . Prerequisite: instructor’s permission . (Previously BA 269)
A supervised paid work experience in a community agency, business, or indus-
                                                                                                                      1038	 AA	 1-15	 HOLAND,	G	                 MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	          B108
trial firm involving the application and practice of skills and principles learned in
the classroom . Instructor’s permission required . (Previously BA 1952)                                               BUS           271             Human Relations Business
8206	 AA	 1-15	 HOLAND,	G	                ARR	       ARR	                                                             Study of the individual and his or her growth and development . Course is de-
                                                                                                                      signed to enable students to establish goals and lead others in the accomplish-
BUS           1962            Employment Seminar                                                                      ment of those goals . It is aimed at heightening the student’s awareness of lead-
Designed to provide students with insight into the many aspects of the world                                          ership and management . (Previously BA 271)
of work through discussions of their personal work environments, encompass-
                                                                                                                      1040	 AA	 	5	      HOLAND,	G	           MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          B108
ing actual on-the-job training and observations . Concurrent enrollment with
                                                                                                                      8212	 WB	 	5	      BROWN,	D	              MW	      	5:00PM-	7:10PM	          B108
BUS 1952 . May be repeated to a maximum of six credits . (Previously BA 1962)
8208	 AA	 1-	5	 HOLAND,	G	             ARR	     ARR	                                                                  BUS           2952            Supervised Employment
                                                                                                                      A supervised, paid work experience in a community agency, business, or indus-
BUS           199             Innovations 3                                                                           trial firm involving the application and practice of skills and principles learned in
1042	      AA	      	2	       HOLAND,	G	                   F	           	8:00AM-12:00PM	                      B108    the classroom . Instructor’s permission required . (Previously BA 2952)
BUS           250             Management Information Systems                                                          8214	 AA	 1-	5	 HOLAND,	G	                ARR	       ARR	
This course is designed to introduce business majors to Management Informa-                                           	        	     	      KEY,	G	             ARR	       ARR	
tion Systems (MIS) and demonstrate how these systems are used throughout                                              	        	     	      WYSOCKI,	C	         ARR	       ARR	
organizations in theory and application . The course will focus on organizational
information systems, including managerial support systems and acquisition and
                                                                                                                      BUS           299             Innovations 4
                                                                                                                      1044	      AA	      	2	       HOLAND,	G	                   F	           	8:00AM-12:00PM	                      B108
application of information systems . Topical coverage consists of a web-based,
global environment, and how to manage it through a competitive advantage
and strategic information system . Ethics and privacy, network communications,                                                                                    BUSINESS CCN
E-commerce, mobile commerce, and contemporary topics are explored . The                                               BUS&          101             Introduction to Business
software deliverables include a WebCT homepage, a PowerPoint presentation,                                            A critical survey of the theory, principles, and practices of modern business . The
and a Word document from the student’s fictional or real business, followed by                                        theme is building world class employees who produce and distribute world class
an Excel spreadsheet and Web 2 .0 Google Docs . As a result of taking this course,                                    goods and services in an increasingly competitive global marketplace . Critical
students will obtain valuable information technology knowledge and skills re-                                         thinking, systems understanding, resource allocation, human relations, and tech-
quired for success in business . (Previously BA 250)                                                                  nology application are emphasized . (Previously BA 101)
8210	 DII	 	5	      WYSOCKI,	C	          ARR	      ARR	                                                               1046	 AA	 	5	         BAYLESS,	S	        MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	         B112
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits     8216	 DII	 	5	        WILSON,	H	          ARR	       ARR	
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 4/7/10, 6:00 p.m., room B112.     to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                       WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 6:00 p.m., room B112.
BUS           262             Management Principles
A study of the essentials of management in merchandising, manufacturing, ag-                                          BUS&          201             Business Law
riculture, agrichemical business, and service businesses . (Previously BA 262)                                        An introduction to the American legal system including its social, political, and
1032	 AA	 	5	      BAYLESS,	S	         MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          B112                                      philosophical roots . The court system and judicial procedures are critically ex-
                                                                                                                      amined, and the class inquires extensively into business torts, crimes, and con-
BUS           267             Marketing Special Projects                                                              tracts . (Previously BA 254)
A practical and student-centered project oriented class, utilizing marketing skills
to develop marketing plans for the Tri-Cities area business and charitable orga-                                      1048	 AAW	 	5	       ROMANSKI,	F	     MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	           B116
nizations . The use of primary and secondary data collection, research, business                                      1050	 BAW	 	5	       ROMANSKI,	F	     MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	           B116
start-up planning, profitable business decision-making, and business commu-                                           8218	 DII	 	5	       KEY,	G	           ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
nications skills as they relate to a final project . Prerequisite: instructor’s permis-                                to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
sion . (Previously BA 267)                                                                                             WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 4/7/10, 6:00 p.m., room B116.

1034	 AA	 1-15	 HOLAND,	G	                MTWTh	        11:30AM-12:30PM	           B108
                                                                                                                                                                   CHEMISTRY
BUS           268             Marketing Special Projects II
A continuing practical and student-centered marketing project course utilizing                                        CHEM          2861            Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]
material provided by proposing clients . Included in this project is the develop-                                     Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond
ment of a marketing promotional plan for-profit and not-for-profit companies .                                        the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the
This special project is designed to help the student use marketing skills related                                     student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or
to primary and secondary data collecting and added researched data, business                                          participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the
startup planning, making a business more profitable, and decision-making as                                           areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite:
they relate to the final promotion of a product or business . As in course BUS 267                                    CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry
more advanced projects will be assigned and above skills will be expanded . Pre-                                      with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note:
requisite: instructor’s permission . (Previously BA 268)                                                              credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits
                                                                                                                      in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2861)
1036	 AA	 1-15	 HOLAND,	G	               MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	          B108
                                                                                                                      5700	 AA	 1-	3	 GRANT,	K	                    F	        12:00PM-	4:00PM	             S141
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.




21 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                      *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                                      Chemistry                                             Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                       COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	       DAY	    TIME	                   LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	       DAY	    TIME	                   LOCATION

CHEM          2862            Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]                   CHEM          2867            Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond                Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond
the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the       the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the
student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or          student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or
participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the          participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the
areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite:         areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite:
CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry               CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry
with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note:    with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note:
credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits           credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits
in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2862)                                      in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2867)
5702	 AA	 1-	3	 GRANT,	K	                    F	        12:00PM-	4:00PM	             S141    5712	 AA	 1-	3	 GRANT,	K	                    F	        12:00PM-	4:00PM	             S141
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                             $11.40 lab fee.

CHEM          2863            Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]                   CHEM          2868            Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond                Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond
the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the       the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the
student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or          student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or
participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the          participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the
areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite:         areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite:
CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry               CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry
with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note:    with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note:
credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits           credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits
in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2863)                                      in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2868)
5704	 AA	 1-	3	 GRANT,	K	                    F	        12:00PM-	4:00PM	             S141    5714	 AA	 1-	3	 GRANT,	K	                    F	        12:00PM-	4:00PM	             S141
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                             $11.40 lab fee.

CHEM          2864            Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]                   CHEM          2869            Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond                Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond
the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the       the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor,
student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or          the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project,
participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the          or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in
areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite:         the areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequi-
CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry               site: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140l with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chem-
with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note:    istry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll .
credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits           Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required
in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2864)                                      credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2869)
5706	 AA	 1-	3	 GRANT,	K	                    F	        12:00PM-	4:00PM	             S141    5716	 AA	 1-	3	 GRANT,	K	                    F	       12:00PM-	4:00PM	            S141
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                             $11.40 lab fee.

CHEM          2865            Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]                   CHEM          2901            Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond                Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond
the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the       the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor,
student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or          the student can participate in undergraduate research (either alone or as part
participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the          of a team with other students), design and carry out a project, or pursue a spe-
areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite:         cial topic of interest in the fields of analytical chemistry, atmospheric science or
CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry               chemical education . Prerequisites: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0
with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note:    or higher or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor per-
credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits           mission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be
in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2865)                                      used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previ-
5708	 AA	 1-	3	 GRANT,	K	                    F	        12:00PM-	4:00PM	             S141    ously CHM 2901)
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                            5718	 AA	 1-	3	 ROGERS,	T	                   T	       	1:50PM-	5:40PM	          S138
                                                                                             $11.40 lab fee.
CHEM          2866            Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond                CHEM          2902            Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]
the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the       Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond
student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or          the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor,
participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the          the student can participate in undergraduate research (either alone or as part
areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite:         of a team with other students), design and carry out a project, or pursue a spe-
CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry               cial topic of interest in the fields of analytical chemistry, atmospheric science or
with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note:    chemical education . Prerequisites: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0
credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits           or higher or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor per-
in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2866)                                      mission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be
5710	 AA	 1-	3	 GRANT,	K	                    F	        12:00PM-	4:00PM	             S141    used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previ-
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                            ously CHM 2902)
                                                                                            5720	 AA	 1-	3	 ROGERS,	T	                   T	       	1:50PM-	5:40PM	          S138
                                                                                             $11.40 lab fee.




                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                   Credit Classes – 22
           Credit Classes                                                     Chemistry CCN
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                   COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	         DAY	   TIME	               LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	       DAY	     TIME	                LOCATION

CHEM          2903            Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]              CHEM& 110L                    Chemical Concepts Lab [M/S]
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond            You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab
the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor,       credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-
the student can participate in undergraduate research (either alone or as part          viously CHEM 1001)
of a team with other students), design and carry out a project, or pursue a spe-        5732	 AA	 	0	        HYLDEN,	J	            W	        	9:10AM-11:00AM	             S136
cial topic of interest in the fields of analytical chemistry, atmospheric science or     $11.40 lab fee.
chemical education . Prerequisites: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0           5734	      BAW	 	0	           HYLDEN,	J	         W	      	3:00PM-	4:50PM	         S136
or higher or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor per-         $11.40 lab fee.
mission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be      5735	      CAW	 	0	           STAFF	             T	      12:40PM-	2:30PM	         S136
used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previ-       $11.40 lab fee.
ously CHM 2903)                                                                         8530	      WBW	 	0	           DISSELKAMP	        W	      	6:00PM-	8:00PM	         S136
                                                                                         $11.40 lab fee.
5722	 AA	 1-	3	 ROGERS,	T	                   T	       	1:50PM-	5:40PM	          S138
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                        CHEM& 121                     Intro to Chemistry w/Lab [M/S]
CHEM          2904            Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]              Fundamentals of inorganic chemistry with special emphasis on the application
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond            of principles to the health sciences . Topics covered include: measurements, en-
the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor,       ergy, atomic structure, chemical bonding, nomenclature, mole concept, stoi-
the student can participate in undergraduate research (either alone or as part          chiometry, gas laws, liquid and solid states, solutions, equilibrium, acid/base
of a team with other students), design and carry out a project, or pursue a spe-        chemistry, oxidation-reduction, and nuclear chemistry . (Students pursuing an
cial topic of interest in the fields of analytical chemistry, atmospheric science or    Associate Degree in Nursing should take CHEM& 110/CHEM& 110L) . Prerequi-
chemical education . Prerequisites: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0           site: MATH 091/MATH 096 or higher . (MATH 106 and Vocational Math do not ap-
or higher or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor per-        ply) . (Previously CHM 110)
mission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be      5736	 AA	 	5	       GASSMAN,	C	          MTWTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	        S226
used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previ-      8532	 WB	 	5	       LINI,	D	                T	      	5:00PM-	6:00PM	        S226
ously CHM 2904)                                                                         	        	     	    LINI,	D	               Th	      	5:00PM-	8:00PM	        S226
5724	 AA	 1-	3	 ROGERS,	T	                   T	       	1:50PM-	5:40PM	          S138    CHEM& 121L                    Intro to Chemistry Lab [M/S]
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                        You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab
CHEM          2905            Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]              credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond            viously CHM 1101)
the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor,       5738	 AA	 	0	        GASSMAN,	C	           W	        10:20AM-12:10PM	             S136
the student can participate in undergraduate research (either alone or as part           $11.40 lab fee.
of a team with other students), design and carry out a project, or pursue a spe-        8534	      WB	      	0	       LINI,	D	           T	      	6:00PM-	8:00PM	         S136
cial topic of interest in the fields of analytical chemistry, atmospheric science or     $11.40 lab fee.
chemical education . Prerequisites: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0
or higher or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor per-        CHEM& 123                     Intro to Biochemistry w/Lab [M/S]
mission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be      Topics covered include: optical isomerism; structure and function of carbohy-
used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previ-      drates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids; protein synthesis, enzymes, hormones;
ously CHM 2905)                                                                         biochemical energetics and metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins . Pre-
                                                                                        requisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in CHEM& 122/CHEM& 122L . (Previously CHM 130)
5726	 AA	 1-	3	 ROGERS,	T	                   T	       	1:50PM-	5:40PM	          S138
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                        5740	 AA	 	5	        GASSMAN,	C	          MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         S226
CHEM          2906            Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]              CHEM& 123L                    Intro to Biochemistry Lab [M/S]
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond            You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab
the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor,       credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-
the student can participate in undergraduate research (either alone or as part          viously CHM 1301)
of a team with other students), design and carry out a project, or pursue a spe-        5742	 AA	 	0	        GASSMAN,	C	            T	       10:20AM-12:10PM	             S136
                                                                                         $11.40 lab fee.
cial topic of interest in the fields of analytical chemistry, atmospheric science or
chemical education . Prerequisites: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0           CHEM& 131                     Intro Organic/Biochemistry w/Lab [M/S]
or higher or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor per-        The course will provide the fundamental chemistry of organic compounds in mol-
mission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be      ecules and reactions of living systems . Topics covered include: hydrocarbons, al-
used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previ-      cohols and thiols, carbonyl compounds, carboxylic acids, esters, amines, amides,
ously CHM 2906)                                                                         carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids . Universal metabolic pathways
5749	 AA	 1-	3	 ROGERS,	T	                   T	       	1:50PM-	5:40PM	          S138    that occur in both simple and complex organisms will be covered including: gly-
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                        colysis, gluconeogenesis, citric acid cycle, electron transport chain, oxidative phos-
                                                                                        phorylation, fatty acid biosynthesis and degradation, amino acid transamination,
                                            CHEMISTRY CCN                               and all aspects of the storage and expression of genetic information . This course
CHEM& 110                     Chemical Concepts w/Lab [M/S]                             is designed for students that need a laboratory science class that has a depth of
Basic introduction to chemical principles as they apply to the structure and be-        both organic chemistry and biochemistry . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in
havior of matter . Illustrations from everyday life, environmental topics, medicine,    CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L or CHEM& 121/CHEM& 121L . (Previously CHM 135)
and biochemistry will be used to illustrate chemical principles . Topics include:       5744	 AA	 	5	        GASSMAN,	C	          MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	           S226
measurement in science, properties of matter, atomic structure, bonding, nuclear        CHEM& 131L                    Intro Organic/Biochemistry Lab [M/S]
chemistry, mole concept, gas laws, solutions, and acids/bases . Assumes no pre-         You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab
vious chemistry and designed to fulfill the chemistry requirement for the AAS           credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-
degree in Nursing at CBC . Course may also be used to fulfill the general science       viously CHM 1351)
requirement for the AA degree . Prerequisite: MATH 091/MATH 096 or higher .
(MATH 106 and Vocational Math do not apply .)(Previously CHM 100)                       5746	 AA	 	0	        GASSMAN,	C	           Th	       10:20AM-12:10PM	             S141
                                                                                         $11.40 lab fee.
5728	 AAW	 	5	         HYLDEN,	J	        MTWTh	        11:30AM-12:30PM	         S226
5730	 BA	 	5	          GRANT,	K	         MTWTh	        10:20PM-11:20PM	         S226
8528	 WBW	 	5	         DISSELKAMP	          M	         	5:00PM-	8:00PM	         S143
	       	    	         STAFF	               W	         	5:00PM-	6:00PM	         S143




23 – Credit Classes                                                                                        *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                               Communication Studies                                                Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                       COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	        DAY	       TIME	                LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	              DAY	         TIME	                            LOCATION

CHEM& 140                     General Chemistry Prep w/Lab [M/S]                                                          COMMUNICATION STUDIES
Introduction to chemical principles, chemical measurements, matter and en-
ergy, atomic theory, periodic properties, mole concept, molecules, compounds                CMST          101             Speech Essentials [C]
and chemical bonding, nomenclature and chemical equations, stoichiometry                    This is a basic course in public speaking . The goal of this course is to introduce,
and chemical calculations, gas laws, solids, liquids, phase changes, oxidation-             practice, and become comfortable speaking in front of people in the workplace
reduction reactions, solutions, reaction rates and chemical equilibrium, and ac-            and in the community . This course is recommended for students with no previ-
ids/bases . The course is directed toward students needing a knowledge of the               ous speech experience . Students are taught different forms of public speaking .
fundamentals of inorganic chemistry and planning to obtain a degree in the                  The student will learn to be a more effective communicator and organize his/
physical/life science/engineering disciplines . Excellent preparation for CHEM&             her ideas for effective and efficient oral communication in the workplace and
161/CHEM&161L . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 098 . (Previously CHM 101)                   in the community . This course is recommended for students with no previous
                                                                                            speech experience . Students are taught different forms of public speaking (Pre-
5748	 AA	 	5	       ROGERS,	T	         MTWTh	      12:40PM-	1:40PM	         S145            viously SPE 101) .
8536	 WB	 	5	       LUCKE,	R	             M	       	5:00PM-	8:00PM	         S238
	       	     	     LUCKE,	R	             W	       	5:00PM-	6:00PM	         S238            0300	 AA	 	3	       WUTZKE,	J	          TWTh	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	            D105
                                                                                             Class ends 06/08/10.
CHEM& 140L                    General Chemistry Prep Lab [M/S]                              0302	      BA	      	3	       FISHER,	S	              TWTh	          	8:00AM-	9:00AM	                     I106
You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab                Class ends 06/08/10.
credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-      0304	      CA	      	3	       FISHER,	S	              TWTh	          10:20AM-11:20AM	                    D113
viously CHM 1011)                                                                            Class ends 06/08/10.

5750	 AA	 	0	        ROGERS,	T	            W	        10:20AM-12:10PM	             S134      0306	      DA	      	3	       FISHER,	S	              TWTh	          11:30AM-12:30PM	                    D113
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                             Class ends 06/08/10.

5752	      BA	      	0	       ROGERS,	T	         W	         	1:50PM-	3:40PM	         S134   0308	      EAW	 	3	           WARD,	R	                MTW	           11:30AM-12:30PM	                    V121
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                             Class ends 06/07/10.

8538	      WB	      	0	       LUCKE,	R	          W	         	6:00PM-	8:00PM	         S134   0310	      FAW	 	3	           WARD,	R	                MTW	           12:40PM-	1:40PM	                    D104
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                             Class ends 06/07/10.
                                                                                            0312	      GA	      	3	       FISHER,	S	              TWTh	          	1:50PM-	2:50PM	                    D105
CHEM& 162                     General Chemistry II w/Lab [M/S]                               Class ends 06/08/10.
Liquids, solids, solutions, colloids, acids, bases, salts, kinetics, molecular and ionic    8054	      WB	      	3	       FISHER,	S	               W	            	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                    B114
equilibria, thermodynamics, oxidation-reduction, electrochemistry, and nuclear              8056	      XB	      	3	       WUTZKE,	J	               Th	           	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                    D104
chemistry . Theory and problem-solving are given vigorous emphasis . Prerequi-              8058	      YB	      	3	       QUINLEY,	V	              M	            	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                    P204
site: grade of 2 .0 or better in CHEM& 161/CHEM& 161L . (Previously CHM 112)
8540	 WB	 	5	         ROGERS,	T	              M	        	5:00PM-	8:00PM	            S145
                                                                                            CMST          103             Workplace Communication
                                                                                            Students in the workforce will be able to develop a toolbox of communication
	        	    	       ROGERS,	T	              W	        	5:00PM-	6:00PM	            S145
                                                                                            strategies and techniques . These tools include interviewing, customer service,
CHEM& 162L                    General Chemistry II Lab [M/S]                                cultural diversity, and resolving conflicts topics . No prerequisite required . (Pre-
You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab               viously SPE 103)
credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-      0314	 AA	 	3	        SAMS,	C	            TWTh	        	1:50PM-	2:50PM	           A331
viously CHM 1121)                                                                            Class ends 06/08/10.
8542	 AA	 	0	        ROGERS,	T	            W	        	6:00PM-	8:50PM	             S138      CMST          110             Communication Behavior [C]
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                            An introduction to the basic elements that impact our communication with each
8544	      BA	      	0	       ROGERS,	T	         T	         	6:00PM-	8:50PM	         S138
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                            other . The course is designed to illustrate to the student the reasons for com-
                                                                                            munication failures in two-party and small group situations . Among other areas,
CHEM& 163                     General Chemistry III w/Lab [M/S]                             active listening, conflict communication, self-esteem, and assertiveness will be
Nonmetals, metalloids, metals, coordination chemistry, and an introduction to               covered . (Previously SPE 110)
organic and biochemistry . Laboratory includes a basic introduction to the quali-           0316	 AA	 	3	       SAMS,	C	             TWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	         N104
tative analysis of common cations and anions . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better         Class ends 06/08/10.
in CHEM& 162/CHEM& 162L . (Previously CHM 113)                                              0318	      BA	      	3	       WUTZKE,	J	              TWTh	          11:30AM-12:30PM	                    D114
5760	 AA	 	5	        GRANT,	K	        MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	             S153        	          	        	         PEARSON,	D	             TWTh	          11:30AM-12:30PM	                    D114
                                                                                             This is a learning communities course, students will automatically be enrolled in both CMST 110 Communication
CHEM& 163L                    General Chemistry III Lab [M/S]                                Behavior (Line# 0318) and ENGL 99 Writing Prep II (Line # 0521) as joint courses. Class ends 06/08/10.
You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab               0320	      CAW	 	3	           WARD,	R	                MTW	           	1:50PM-	2:50PM	                    D104
credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-       Class ends 06/07/10.
viously CHM 1131)                                                                           8060	      WBW	 	3	           BACON,	J	                 T	           	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                    I105
5762	 AAW	 	0	       GRANT,	K	             Th	       	1:50PM-	4:40PM	             S138      8062	      XB	 	3	            SAMS,	C	                 Th	           	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                    B114
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                            CMST          141             Debate I
CHEM& 243                     Organic Chemistry III [M/S]                                   Provides investigation and practice in oral problem-solving through debate for-
Advanced reaction mechanisms and syntheses . Polymers, macromolecular and                   mat and impromptu speaking . Includes principles of argumentation and analysis
biochemical applications, spectroscopy, chromatography, and identification of               of propositions; use of tests of evidence, reasoning, and logic; detection of fal-
organic compounds . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in CHEM& 242/CHEM&                lacies, structure of arguments, and methods of refutation and rebuttal . The stu-
252 . (Previously CHM 223)                                                                  dent is expected to attend a minimum of two debate tournaments . CMST 101
5764	 AA	 	3	       STAFF	            MTW	         	8:00AM-	9:00AM	      S143               or equivalent recommended . (Previously SPE 141)
                                                                                            0322	 AA	 	2	        FISHER,	S	          F	        	9:30AM-11:30AM	         D114
CHEM& 253                     Organic Chemistry III Lab [M/S]
Lab to be taken concurrently with CHEM& 243 . (Previously CHM 2231)                         CMST          142             Debate II
5766	 AA	 	3	     HYLDEN,	J	         TTh	       	1:50PM-	4:40PM	                     S141   Provides investigation and practice in oral problem-solving through debate for-
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                            mat and persuasive speaking . Includes principles of argumentation and analysis
                                                                                            of propositions; use of tests of evidence, reasoning, and logic; detection of fal-
                                                                                            lacies, structure of arguments, and methods of refutation and rebuttal . The stu-
                                                                                            dent is expected to attend a minimum of two debate tournaments . CMST 101
                                                                                            or equivalent recommended . (Previously SPE 142)
                                                                                            0324	 AA	 	2	        FISHER,	S	          F	        	9:30AM-11:30AM	         D114




                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                               Credit Classes – 24
            Credit Classes                                                      Communication Studies CCN – Computer Science
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                   DAY	          TIME	                              LOCATION

CMST          143             Debate III                                                                              CMST& 220                     Public Speaking [C]
Provides investigation and practice in oral problem-solving through debate for-                                       This is a basic course in speech that expands beyond the three-credit requirement
mat and extemporaneous speaking . Includes principles of argumentation and                                            for an AA degree . The goal of this course is to introduce, practice, and become
analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence, reasoning, and logic; detection                                   comfortable speaking in front of people in the workplace and in the community .
of fallacies, structure of arguments, and methods of refutation and rebuttal . The                                    This course is recommended for students with no previous speech experience .
student is expected to attend a minimum of two debate tournaments . CMST 101                                          Students are taught different forms of public speaking . The student will learn to
or equivalent recommended . (Previously SPE 143)                                                                      be a more effective communicator and organize his/her ideas for effective and
0326	 AA	 	2	         FISHER,	S	            F	       	9:30AM-11:30AM	          D114                                   efficient oral communication . (Previously SPE 102)
                                                                                                                      0348	 AA	 	5	        QUINLEY,	V	         MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	          P204
CMST          221             Communication Skills for Conflict Resolution [H]                                        0350	 BA	 	5	        STAFF	              MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	          K101
This course is highly recommended for those majoring in a number of disciplines
including Business, Human Resources, Human Services, Criminal Justice, Pre-Law,
Psychology, and those interested in improving their skills in resolving personal                                                                    COMPUTER APPLICATION
and work-related conflict . Employers value those with conflict resolution skills, as                                 CA            100             Introduction to Microcomputers
interpersonal dispute is cited as the major reason for termination of employees                                       Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems and/or inter-
and disruptions to business . Students will study conflict theory, practice com-                                      face systems, Internet access, basic word processing, and spreadsheet software
munication skills, and utilize a basic mediation process plus a face-to-face ne-                                      through hands-on experience . Recommended: keyboarding experience or AOT
gotiation technique to engage in active and constructive problem-solving and                                          101 taken concurrently .
conflict resolution . (Previously SPE 220)                                                                            3500	 AAW	 	4	     FREER,	J	          MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	        T547
8197	 WB	 	5	         PARA,	B	           TTh	      	6:00PM-	8:30PM	            A334                                    $11.40 lab fee. This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
                                                                                                                      3502	      BAW	 	4	           FREER,	J	                  MTWTh	            12:40PM-	1:40PM	                       T547
CMST          241             Applied Leadership I                                                                     $11.40 lab fee. This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.
This course will explore leadership skills, concepts, and theories as it relates to                                   3054	      DAW	 	4	           DYE,	S	                      TTh	            	5:15PM-	7:30PM	                      W160
student involvement on campus . Prerequisite: instructor’s permission . (Previ-                                        $11.40 lab fee.
ously SPE 241)                                                                                                        8304	      DII	     	4	       CRIDER,	T	                   ARR	            ARR	
0330	 AA	 	2	      SCHLEGEL,	A	           M	       	2:00PM-	4:00PM	            A331                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                       to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for
CMST          243             Applied Leadership III                                                                   students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.
A continuation of CMST 242, this course will explore leadership skills, concepts,                                     8312	      DII	     	4	       SIDWELL,	K	                  ARR	            ARR	
and theories as it relates to student involvement on campus . Prerequisite: in-                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
                                                                                                                       campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
structor’s permission . (Previously SPE 243)                                                                           See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
                                                                                                                       starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact ksidwell@columbiabasin.edu for info.
0332	 AA	 	2	       GARZA,	R	            MW	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	            L101
0334	 BA	 	2	       GARZA,	R	            TTh	    12:40PM-	1:40PM	            L101                                     3056	      EAW	 	4	           CRIDER,	T	                 MTWTh	            11:30AM-12:30PM	                      W160
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
CMST          260             Multicultural Communications[C]
Multicultural Communications will teach the student culturally-sensitive meth-                                        CA            172             Word Processing
ods of identifying basic problems involving communication failures across ethnic                                      Develops employable word processing skills and implements effective application
and racial settings . The course is designed to encourage participants to explore                                     in a business environment using word processing software, currently Microsoft
their own cultural identities in relationship to their cultures and those of oth-                                     Word . Topics covered include all major functions of Word, including margins, tabs,
ers in order to improve the quality of their interpersonal communication skills .                                     tables, columns, document enhancement, graphics, styles, outline, tables of con-
They will also learn to apply various multicultural approaches to behavior modi-                                      tents, and templates . Preparation for Microsoft Office User Certification Specialist
fication, racism, sexism, the valuing of cultural diversity, collaboration, and the                                   or Expert level . Prerequisites: CA 100 required and keyboarding recommended .
move toward inherent pluralism . Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 . (Previously SPE 260)                                       3062	 AA	 	5	         MARTINEZ,	G	       MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	          W165
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
0336	 AA	 	5	         SAMS,	C	           MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           D114
0338	 BA	 	5	         WUTZKE,	J	         MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	           D113
0340	 CA	 	5	         SAMS,	C	           MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	           L101                                                                      COMPUTER SCIENCE
8064	 DII	 	5	        BACON,	J	           ARR	      ARR	                                                              CS            101             Introduction to Computers and Information
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or                                 Technology
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie
 Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.        CS 101 is a five-credit introductory class designed to meet the needs of all stu-
                                                                                                                      dents as defined in CBC’s “Using Information Technology & Tools Student Learning
8066	      DII	     	5	       BACON,	J	                  ARR	           ARR	                                          Outcome .” The class emphasizes the cognitive aspects of dealing with Informa-
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or   tion Technology (IT): evaluating information, learning practical IT skills, solving
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie         problems, and dealing with information-related issues such as privacy, security,
 Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.
                                                                                                                      ethics, etc . Students will also learn computer basics using Windows, Word, Excel,
8063	      WBW	 	5	           BACON,	J	                  MW	            	5:00PM-	7:00PM	                       I107   PowerPoint, email, and Internet skills to locate, present, and report information .
                    COMMUNICATION STUDIES CCN                                                                         3004	 AAW	 	5	
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                                           FREER,	J	            MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          T547

CMST& 210                     Interpersonal Communication [C]                                                         3006	      BAW	 	5	           FREER,	J	                  MTWTh	            10:20AM-11:20AM	                       T547
This course is recommended for students seeking to improve their communica-                                            $11.40 lab fee.
tion with friends, family, and co-workers . It is designed to heighten the student’s                                  3008	      CAW	 	5	           HUMPHREY,	D	               MTWTh	            11:30AM-12:30PM	                       T547
awareness of personality styles and communication behaviors and their respec-                                          $11.40 lab fee.
tive impact on interpersonal and group communication . Credit not granted for                                         8314	      DII	     	5	       WOLF,	D	                     ARR	            ARR	
                                                                                                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
both CMST 110 and CMST& 210 . (Previously SPE 111)                                                                     campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
0342	 AA	 	5	        FLEISCHMAN	       MTWTh	          	6:50AM-	7:50AM	         I107                                   See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
                                                                                                                       starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.
0344	 BA	 	5	        FLEISCHMAN	       MTWTh	          	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         I107
0346	 CA	 	5	        SAMS,	C	          MTWTh	          12:40PM-	1:40PM	        A331                                   8316	      DII	     	5	       WOLF,	D	                     ARR	            ARR	
                                                                                                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
8068	 DII	 	5	       BACON,	J	           ARR	          ARR	                                                            campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits      See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or    starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie
 Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.        8300	      WBW	 	5	           SIDWELL,	K	                  MW	             	5:00PM-	7:20PM	                       T547
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
8070	      WB	      	5	       FLEISCHMAN	                TTh	           	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                       I107




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

CS            102             Visual Basic 1 [Q/SR]                                                                       CS            110             Windows Operating Systems
This course is an introduction to programming using Visual Basic .NET . It is de-                                         This is an introductory operating system course using Windows Vista . Topics in-
signed for those with little or no programming experience . Topics include: pro-                                          clude: operating system fundamentals, organizing disks, managing files, system
gram development cycle, fundamentals of programming in Visual Basic, decisions,                                           maintenance, customizing computer systems, system backup, shortcuts, trouble-
repetitions, controls, functions, and procedures . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH                                         shooting tools, system performance, computer safeguards, solving problems, and
098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                   optimizing computer systems . Prerequisite: CS 101 with a 2 .0 or better .
3010	 AAW	 	5	       HENRY,	C	          MTWTh	        	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           T559                                     8328	 DII	 	5	      HENRY,	C	          ARR	      ARR	
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
                                                                                                                           campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
3012	      BAW	 	5	           DEHAAN,	M	                 MTWTh	            10:20AM-11:20AM	                       T559     See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                           starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact chenry@columbiabasin.edu for info.
3014	      CAW	 	5	           HENRY,	C	                  MTWTh	            11:30AM-12:30PM	                       T559
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                          CS            122             PC Hardware 2
8318	      DII	     	5	       ROBBINS,	T	                  ARR	            ARR	                                           This is the second course in a two-course series designed to provide the knowl-
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to      edge, skills, and abilities essential for a successful computer service technician
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.   as defined by experts from companies across the industry . Students will learn
 See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
 starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact trobbins@columbiabasin.edu for info.      how to troubleshoot and repair hardware problems and install components .
8320	      DII	     	5	       WOLF,	D	                     ARR	            ARR	                                           Hardware topics include: memory, I/O busses, removable and fixed drives, opti-
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to      cal drives, graphics and soun before taking this class .
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
 See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter         3020	 AAW	 	5	      SAKO,	T	              MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	         T548
 starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.          $11.40 lab fee.

CS            106             Database Systems                                                                            CS            162             C++2 [Q/SR]
This is a beginning database course in which the student will create, modify, and                                         This is an intermediate C++ course that provides students an understanding of
implement relational databases using Microsoft Access . Topics include: tables,                                           key object-oriented programming (OOP) theories and concepts, and how to cre-
queries, forms, reports, sharing information with other programs, data access                                             ate and manipulate objects in a GUI environment . Students will learn advanced
pages, advanced queries, managing database objects, and creating macros and                                               features of C++ including: arrays, strings, file processing, classes, inheritance,
switchboards . Prerequisite: CS 101 with a 2 .0 or better .                                                               composition, pointers, virtual functions, templates, and introduction to linked
                                                                                                                          lists . Prerequisite: CS& 131 with a 2 .0 or better .
3016	 AAW	 	5	      WOLF,	D	           MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	          T550
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                          8350	 WBW	 	5	         STAFF	                TTh	     	7:30PM-	9:50PM	        T550
                                                                                                                           $11.40 lab fee.
8322	      DII	     	5	       WOLF,	D	                     ARR	            ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.   CS            172             C# 2
 See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter         This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will learn the C# pro-
 starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.
                                                                                                                          gramming language using Microsoft Visual Studio . Topics included: visual pro-
CS            107             Intermediate Word Processing                                                                gramming, visual studio, control structures, object-oriented programming, se-
Students will learn to create documents using the current version of Microsoft                                            lection structure, repetition structure, methods, and classes . Prerequisite: MATH
Word . Students will learn the principles of word processing to produce and revise                                        095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before
a variety of business documents including brochures, flyers, and memoranda .                                              taking this class .
These documents will include tables, graphics, and custom formatting to effec-                                            8333	 DII	 	5	         HENRY,	C	               ARR	      ARR	
tively convey written information . Prerequisite: CS 101 .                                                                 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
                                                                                                                           campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
8324	 DII	 	2	      DEHAAN,	M	            ARR	       ARR	                                                                  See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits          starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact chenry@columbiabasin.edu for info.
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel
 or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week
 before the quarter starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact mdehaan@
                                                                                                                          CS            1952            Work-Based Learning 1
 columbiabasin.edu for info.                                                                                              An internship course designed to provide a single contact point for quality tech-
                                                                                                                          nical support service and/or other computer-related service in a timely manner
CS            108             Intermediate Spreadsheets                                                                   for college faculty, staff, administrators, or a local employer . It also provides prac-
Students will learn to develop spreadsheets using the current version of Microsoft                                        tical experience for technical support students as an integral part of the over-
Excel . Students will learn how to use the principles of spreadsheet applications                                         all academic program . This course is for academic credits only and non-paying .
to solve a variety of financial, marketing, manufacturing, and business problems .                                        Students are required to work 55 hours to earn one credit hour . Prerequisite: CS
This course will include hands-on instruction regarding how to use formulas                                               student and instructor’s permission .
to analyze data and generate documents using charts and graphs focusing on                                                3024	 AA	 1-	5	 WOLF,	D	                  MTWTh	        	1:50PM-	2:50PM	            T559
appearance and effectiveness of conveying information . Prerequisite: CS 101 .                                             $11.40 lab fee.
8326	 DII	 	2	       DEHAAN,	M	           ARR	      ARR	                                                                  3026	      BA	      1-	2	     WOLF,	D	                     MW	             	1:50PM-	2:50PM	                       T559
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits          $11.40 lab fee.
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel
 or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week
 before the quarter starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact mdehaan@
                                                                                                                          CS            1953            Work-Based Learning 2
 columbiabasin.edu for info.                                                                                              Required for Computer Science program students who receive on-the-job train-
                                                                                                                          ing on information systems or any computer-related assignments . Instructor’s
CS            109             PC Hardware 1                                                                               signature is required for registration . Includes components of job search skills/
This is the first course in a two-course series designed to provide the knowledge,                                        career management, written communication, and cultural diversity . Students are
skills, and abilities essential for a successful computer service technician as de-                                       required to work 33 hours to earn one credit hour, and are paid by the employer .
fined by experts from companies across the industry . Hardware topics include:                                            In addition, students must meet the requirements of job performance specified
power supply, CPUs, and motherboards . Other topics include: DOS operating                                                by the employer and learning objectives . Employers and the college cooperate
system, number systems, working safely and professionally, and the customer                                               in providing an educational experience relevant to the demands of today’s work .
relations skills necessary in the industry . Prerequisite: CS 101 .                                                       Prerequisite: CS student, a job placement, and instructor’s permission .
3018	 AAW	 	5	        HUMPHREY,	D	        MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         T544                                       3028	 AA	 1-	5	 WOLF,	D	                  MTWTh	    	1:50PM-	2:50PM	         T559
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                           $11.40 lab fee.
8302	      WBW	 	5	           SIDWELL,	K	                  MW	             	7:30PM-	9:50PM	                       T544    3030	      BA	      1-	2	     WOLF,	D	                     MW	             	1:50PM-	2:50PM	                       T559
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                           $11.40 lab fee.




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

CS            207             Word Implementation                                                                         CS            223             Unix/Linux
This class teaches application-specific skills that will enable students to effec-                                        This course will prepare students to administer UNIX and Linux . This course cov-
tively implement, support, and troubleshoot Microsoft Word within a corporate                                             ers topics related to: installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and optimiza-
environment . There is a strong emphasis on the skills required for supporting                                            tion of a Linux Server . Students will learn to set up and maintain users, groups,
users of Microsoft Word in a workgroup . This class is designed to help prepare                                           and file systems . The students will learn how to use critical thinking and trouble-
students for the MOUS Word Expert Certification test . (Extra study and product                                           shooting tools to troubleshoot the server, printers, and workstations . Prerequi-
experience are typically required to pass a certification exam) . Prerequisite: AOT                                       site: CS 110, MATH 095 or MATH 098, or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites
172, or CS 107, or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with                                        must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                               8306	 WBW	 	5	       HUMPHREY,	D	          TTh	       	5:00PM-	7:20PM	          T566
8334	 DII	 	5	       DEHAAN,	M	             ARR	     ARR	                                                                  $11.40 lab fee.
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel          CS            225             SQL Server Programming
 or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week
 before the quarter starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact mdehaan@               This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to implement a da-
 columbiabasin.edu for info.                                                                                              tabase solution with Microsoft SQL Server client/server 2000 database manage-
                                                                                                                          ment system . Prerequisites: CS 206 and MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites
CS            208             Advanced Spreadsheets                                                                       must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
An advanced spreadsheets course with topics including: integrating Excel with                                             3038	 AAW	 	5	     WOLF,	D	           MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	         T566
other Windows programs and the World Wide Web, working with multiple work-                                                 $11.40 lab fee.
sheets, data tables and scenario management, using solver for complex prob-
lems, importing data into Excel, exchanging Excel with Visual Basic, and instal-                                          CS            229             Webmaster
lation and troubleshooting user’s problems . Prerequisite: AOT 124, or CS 108,                                            In this course, the student will gain the knowledge and skills needed to design
or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better                                       and manage an Intranet for an Internet website . Specifically, the student will learn
before taking this class .                                                                                                how to set up and configure a web server and the applications needed to sup-
8336	 DII	 	5	      DEHAAN,	M	            ARR	      ARR	                                                                  port it . Familiarity with building web pages and basic programming concepts are
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         assumed . Prerequisite: CS 114, CS 228, and MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequi-
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel          sites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
 or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week
 before the quarter starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact mdehaan@               3040	 AAW	 	5	         SAKO,	T	          MTWTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	             T566
 columbiabasin.edu for info.                                                                                               $11.40 lab fee.

CS            212             Visual Basic 3                                                                              CS            230             Active Directory
This is an advanced Visual Basic programming course using Microsoft Visual Basic .                                        This course is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills neces-
Net . Students will learn to write, design, and debug Windows applications with                                           sary to install, configure, and administer Microsoft Windows Active Directory . The
essential data structures and databases with  .Net interfaces . Students will also                                        course also focuses on implementing Group Policy and performing the Group
learn to use different types of programming models to fit the needs of customers .                                        Policy-related tasks that are required to centrally manage users and comput-
Class projects involve writing applications using inheritance, polymorphism, ar-                                          ers . Prerequisites: CS 228 and MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be
rays, collections, multithreading, and data from various sources . Prerequisite: CS                                       passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
202 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                   3042	 AAW	 	5	        DEHAAN,	M	         MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	          T566
3032	 AAW	 	5	       ROBBINS,	T	         MTWTh	       12:40PM-	1:40PM	           T550                                      $11.40 lab fee.
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                          CS            232             Network Security
CS            216             XML (Internet Publishing III)                                                               This course will prepare students to design network security solutions . These so-
This course provides an introduction and practical experience with the Extensi-                                           lutions include: analyzing business requirements, identifying security needs, and
ble Markup Language (XML) and its associated standards including: SGML, XSL,                                              applying the security recommendations to assist in the control and monitoring
SXLT, XHTML, CSS, and other emerging standards, and mainstream electronic                                                 of network service resources . Students will also learn how to use critical think-
publishing technologies concerning page description languages, colors, and                                                ing and troubleshooting tools to troubleshoot security problems throughout the
fonts . Students will learn to edit and debug XML documents, create a DTD, cre-                                           network . Prerequisites: CS 150, CS 228, and MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequi-
ate a schema, and transform documents with XSLT . Students who have some ex-                                              sites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
posure to a programming or scripting language will have an advantage, though                                              8340	 DII	 	5	      DEHAAN,	M	            ARR	      ARR	
programming skill is not required . Prerequisites: CS 115 or equivalent advanced                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
HTML skills and MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with                                               to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel
                                                                                                                           or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week
a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                                before the quarter starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact mdehaan@
                                                                                                                           columbiabasin.edu for info.
3034	 AAW	 	5	       SAKO,	T	             MTWTh	    	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         T548
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                          CS            260             Data Structures in C++
CS            218             ASP.NET                                                                                     This course is the third in a series of three in which students will learn the C++
This course will prepare students to develop web applications in the  .NET arena .                                        programming language and how to implement and use different types of data-
Students will learn to create web services sites using Microsoft’s Visual Web De-                                         structures . This will lead students to create data-driven programs and algorithms .
veloper (VWD) . Students will learn how to create a web interface to a database                                           Students will also learn more about linked lists, stacks, queues, binary trees, and
and add/update/delete tables and records; create a masterpage to control site                                             binary search, recursion, and sorting . The course starts at a level that assumes
appearance and layout, use navigation controls to build dynamic menus, and                                                a good working knowledge of C++ . Prerequisite: CS 162 or instructor’s permis-
control access to the sites and individual pages using different forms of authen-                                         sion . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
tication . Prerequisites: CS 102 and CS 114, or instructor’s permission . All prereq-                                     3044	 AAW	 	5	         ROBBINS,	T	         MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	           T548
uisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                    $11.40 lab fee.
3036	 AAW	 	5	        SAKO,	T	          MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	            T548                                     CS            261             Visual C++
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                          A course in Windows programming with C++ and Visual C++ will help students
CS            221             SQL Server Administration                                                                   to program using C++ Standard Template Libraries and Graphical User Interfaces
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to install, config-                                           and Multimedia . Students also learn to use Windows object-oriented develop-
ure, administer, and troubleshoot Microsoft SQL Server client/server database                                             ment techniques for large applications . This course is intended for students who
management systems . It will help prepare students for the MCDBA Certificate .                                            are already familiar with C++ language . Prerequisite: CS 162 with a 2 .0 or better .
Prerequisites: CS 106, CS 228, and MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must                                          3046	 AAW	 	5	      ROBBINS,	T	       MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	            T559
be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                 $11.40 lab fee.
8338	 DII	 	5	      WOLF,	D	             ARR	       ARR	                                                                  3048	      BAW	 	5	           ROBBINS,	T	             MTWTh	           11:30AM-12:30PM	                     T550
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to       $11.40 lab fee.
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
 See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
 starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.


27 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                          *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                                         Computer Science CCN – Dental Hygiene                                                    Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                     COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                   DAY	          TIME	                              LOCATION     	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	               DAY	         TIME	                            LOCATION

CS            262             Game Programming Design                                                                     CJ            290             Basic Reserve Officer Law Enforcement Academy
A course in Game Programming Design helps students understand important                                                   An overview of the fundamental subjects associated with the position of Reserve
fundamentals of how to develop game applications using object-oriented de-                                                Law Enforcement Officer . Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission ap-
velopment techniques . Course projects will involve developing, debugging, and                                            proved . A law enforcement agency sponsorship required .
optimizing games for multiple hardware platforms . Prerequisite: CS 162 or CS                                             8224	 WBW	 1-	9	 HEIMBIGNER	         TWTh	       	7:00PM-10:00PM	          S339
172 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
8308	 WBW	 	5	
 $11.40 lab fee.
                     BEE,	J	             MW	          	7:30PM-	9:50PM	           T559                                                                    CRIMINAL JUSTICE CCN
                                                                                                                          CJ&           240             Intro to Forensic Science
CS            270             Data Structures in C#                                                                       An overview of the role of the forensic scientist in criminal investigation . Course
This class is the third in a series of three in which the student will learn the C#                                       subject matter will focus upon the crime laboratory, instruments, and methods
programming language in the  .Net framework . The student will learn about                                                used by the forensic scientist in analyzing criminal evidence . Specialized careers
how to implement and use different types of data-structures . This will lead the                                          in Forensic Science will be reviewed . (Previously CJ 242)
student to create data-driven programs and algorithms . The student will learn                                            2608	 AAW	 	5	      HEIMBIGNER	         MTWTh	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           S339
more about lists, arrays, stacks, queues, trees, searching, sorting, and Windows
forms . The course starts at a level that assumes a good working knowledge of C# .
Prerequisite: CS 172 or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed
                                                                                                                                                                 DENTAL HYGIENE
with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                          DHYG          125             Restorative Dentistry I
8310	 WBW	 	5	       BEE,	J	                MW	      	5:00PM-	7:20PM	          T559                                       Second in a series of courses dealing with restorative dentistry . Presents the
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                          composition, chemical and physical properties, and use of materials commonly
                                                                                                                          utilized in the dental laboratory and dental operatory . Prerequisite: concurrent
                              COMPUTER SCIENCE CCN                                                                        enrollment in DHYG 1251 . Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each
                                                                                                                          quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters . Con-
CS&           131             Computer Science I C++ [Q/SR]                                                               tinuing enrollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Den-
This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will learn the C++                                      tal Hygiene program courses .
programming language . C++ is an extension of C language, which includes both                                             4300	 AAW	 	1	      HERRIN,	M	          W	        11:00AM-12:00PM	           T527
procedural and object-oriented programming . It is the basis for most PC-based                                             Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
windows programs . Students will learn C++ keywords, control structures, func-                                             and at the Health Sciences web sites.
tions, arrays, strings, and introduction to classes and objects . Prerequisite: MATH
095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before                                           DHYG          1251            Restorative Dentistry I Lab
taking this class . (Previously CS 161)                                                                                   Second in a series dealing with restorative dentistry . Provides laboratory experi-
                                                                                                                          ence in performing common dental laboratory procedures and prepares for the
3022	 AAW	 	5	        ROBBINS,	T	          MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          T550                                     clinical practice of expanded functions including amalgam manipulation tech-
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                          niques . Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in DHYG 125 . Due to the nature of
8330	      DII	     	5	       ROBBINS,	T	                  ARR	            ARR	                                           the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.   in previous quarters . Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful com-
 See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter         pletion of quarterly Dental Hygiene program courses .
 starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact trobbins@columbiabasin.edu for info.
                                                                                                                          4302	 AAW	 	1	       HERRIN,	M	           W	       	1:00PM-	3:00PM	           T524
                                                                                                                           $11.40 lab fee. Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in
                                      CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                                                     the CBC catalog and at the Health Sciences web sites.

CJ            135             Traffic Control                                                                             4303	      BAW	 	1	           HERRIN,	M	                W	            	3:00PM-	5:00PM	                    T524
                                                                                                                           $11.40 lab fee.
A study of the history of traffic control, routine and emergency traffic procedures .
Fundamentals of traffic accident investigation will be covered .                                                          DHYG          126             Pain Control In Dentistry
2600	 AAW	 	5	      HEIMBIGNER	            MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	         S339                                       Covers the pharmacology and physiology of both local anesthetic agents and ni-
                                                                                                                          trous oxide sedation . Application of knowledge of the anatomy of nerves, physi-
CJ            1972            Internship                                                                                  ology of nerve conduction, and the transmission of pain impulse and the use
A supervised, individual learning experience for the student in the law enforce-                                          of local anesthetics and Nitrous Oxide for pain control in the delivery of dental
ment environment . The experience shall consist of a minimum of six hours per                                             procedures . Discussion and application of knowledge, prevention, and manage-
week . The experience assignment will be at the discretion of the agency where                                            ment of associated possible emergencies is included . Practice of local anesthetics
the student is placed . The agency will make an effort to give the student a well-                                        and administration of Nitrous Oxide sedation is practiced on student partners .
rounded experience; the assignment may be terminated by either party at any                                               Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in DHYG 1261 . Due to the nature of the pro-
time . Instructor’s permission required .                                                                                 gram curriculum, each quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in pre-
8220	 WBW	 1-	5	 HEIMBIGNER	              ARR	     ARR	                                                                   vious quarters . Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful completion
CJ            198             Special Projects                                                                            of quarterly Dental Hygiene program courses .
A supervised, individual learning experience for the student in the law enforce-                                          4304	 AAW	 	2	      STEDMAN,	L	           M	      10:00AM-12:00AM	            T527
ment environment . The experience shall consist of a minimum of six hours per                                             DHYG          1261            Pain Control In Dentistry Lab
week . The experience assignment will be for the student to conduct a research                                            Includes effective techniques in the delivery of anesthetic to the oral cavity and
project that will benefit the student in the criminal justice field . Instructor’s per-                                   appropriate selection of anesthetic and the safe and effective delivery of Nitrous
mission required .                                                                                                        oxide sedation as part of the expanded functions for dental hygienists in the
8222	 WBW	 1-	3	 HEIMBIGNER	              ARR	      ARR	                                                                  state of Washington . Skills are practiced on student partners . Prerequisite: con-
CJ            222             Alcohol/Drug Pharmacology/Physiology                                                        current enrollment in DHYG 126 . Due to the nature of the program curriculum,
Physical responses of the human body to alcohol and other drugs, current re-                                              each quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters .
search findings, basic information, and terminology essential for working in the                                          Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly
criminal justice field .                                                                                                  Dental Hygiene program courses .
2602	 AAW	 	3	       HEIMBIGNER	        MTW	     11:30AM-12:30PM	           S339                                          4306	 AAW	 	2	      STEDMAN,	L	           Th	      	8:00AM-12:00AM	            T575
                                                                                                                           $11.40 lab fee.
CJ            234             Criminal Evidence
Rules of evidence affecting the admissibility of evidence into court in criminal
cases as they pertain to the law enforcement officer or other members of the
criminal justice system . Prerequisite: CJ& 101 or instructor’s permission .
2604	 AAW	 	3	      HEIMBIGNER	           MTW	       10:20AM-11:20AM	        S339




                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                                              Credit Classes – 28
           Credit Classes                                                               Dental Hygiene – Economics CCN
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	               DAY	         TIME	                            LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION

DHYG          131             Oral Pathology                                                                                          EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Pathology for dental hygienist . Focuses on the study of commonly encountered
oral diseases; etiology, presentation, recognition, treatment, and effect on den-                                 ECE           101             Issues and Trends in ECE
tal treatment . Prerequisite: Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each                                   Examines current and historical theories, issues, and trends in ECE and provides
quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters . Con-                                     an opportunity to visit and compare a variety of ECE programs .
tinuing enrollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Den-                                     8450	 WB	 	3	      WEAKLEY,	K	          W	         	5:00PM-	7:10PM	         A024
tal Hygiene program courses .                                                                                     ECE           113             Stars 20 Hour Basic Training
4308	 AAW	 	2	       OGDEN,	J	            F	        	8:00AM-	8:50AM	         T527                                 This class meets the Washington State Training and Registry System (STARS) re-
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                  quirements for child care providers . Instruction will provide an overview of the core
DHYG          134             Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques III                                              competency areas including child growth and development, child guidance, and
Third in a series on Dental Hygiene Techniques . Focuses on expanding dental                                      health and safety as well as current state policies and early childhood research .
hygiene skills . Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in DHYG 1341 . Due to the na-                                8454	 WK	 	2	       NEWELL,	H	              Sa	        	8:00AM-12:00PM	           A024
ture of the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the knowledge and skills                                    Class meets Apr 10 - May 8, 2010. Call (509) 542-4640 for information.
gained in previous quarters . Continuing enrollment is contingent upon success-                                   ECE           119             Tools to Teach
ful completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene program courses .                                                      An opportunity to participate in a workshop class relating to early childhood
4310	 AAW	 	1	        OGDEN,	J	            M	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           T527                                education .
	       	     	       	                    M	      	1:00PM-	4:00PM	           T527                                8455	 WB	 	3	     HOGG,	D	            Th	      	7:30PM-	9:40PM	           A024
	       	     	       	                    Th	     	1:00PM-	5:00PM	           T527
DHYG          1341            Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques III Lab                                          ECE           120             Children’s Literature
                                                                                                                  Provides an opportunity to increase awareness of and knowledge about the vast
Third in a series on clinical practice of dental hygiene . Basic skills of dental hy-                             array of literature currently available for young children birth to eight-years-old .
giene practice, including client assessment, instrumentation, and treatment are                                   Meaningful and purposeful ways to invite children into the realm of books will
practiced on clients in a clinical setting . Expands on the procedures and tech-                                  be presented . Ample opportunity to evaluate literature that supports the lan-
niques introduced in previous clinical courses . Prerequisite: concurrent enroll-                                 guage, intellectual, emotional, social, and creative development of young chil-
ment in DHYG 134 . Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each quarter                                      dren will also be provided .
builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters . Continuing en-
rollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene                                     8456	 WB	 	3	        STAFF	                 W	       	7:30PM-	9:40PM	          A024
program courses .                                                                                                 ECE           122             Math & Science
4312	 AA	 	4	       OGDEN,	J	               T	      	8:00AM-11:00AM	             T575                             Provides ideas for introducing developmentally appropriate math and science
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  and concepts to young children . Students will have an opportunity to develop
                                                                                                                  and experience math and science learning activities .
DHYG          212             Advanced Clinical Topics
Specific advanced skills in clinical dental hygiene for periodontally involved and                                8458	 WB	 	5	       BENEDICT,	M	       T	        	5:00PM-	9:40PM	        A024
implant patients are discussed and explained . Prepares for clinical dental hygiene                               ECE           202             Curriculum Development
practice application . Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each quar-                                    Provides an extensive exploration of the process of theme/project development
ter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters . Continuing                                   and curriculum integration for the early childhood classroom . Students will be
enrollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental Hy-                                       expected to develop specific themes while integrating the different curriculum
giene program courses .                                                                                           areas of an early childhood program . Prerequisite: ECE 102 .
4314	 AAW	 	1	      THOMPSON,	B	           Th	       10:00AM-11:00AM	          T524                               8460	 WB	 	3	       FAZZARI,	C	          Th	      	5:00PM-	7:10PM	         A024
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.
                                                                                                                  ECE           224             Sign Language Level 3
DHYG          2211            Community Oral Health I Lab                                                         Level three sign language broadens a student’s knowledge of either Signing Ex-
Supervised clinical practice of dental hygiene students in a variety of community                                 act English (SEE), or American Sign Language ASL, extending communication
health settings . Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in DHYG 221 . Due to the na-                                fluency and skills learned in the Level 1 or Level 2 sign language classes . Prereq-
ture of the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the knowledge and skills                                   uisite: ECE 223 or instructor’s permission .
gained in previous quarters . Continuing enrollment is contingent upon success-                                   8466	 WB	 	3	        HANSEN,	S	            M	        	7:30PM-	9:40PM	           A024
ful completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene program courses .
4316	 AAW	 	2	       CONRAD,	K	           Th	      	1:00PM-	3:00PM	           T527                                                                        ECONOMICS CCN
 $11.40 lab fee. Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in
 the CBC catalog and at the Health Sciences web sites.                                                            ECON& 201                     Micro Economics [S/B]
                                                                                                                  Micro Economic concepts are applied to business and household decision-mak-
DHYG          234             Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques VII                                              ing as well as public policy . Major topics include: scarcity and choice, production
Seventh in a series of Clinical Dental Hygiene courses . Provides an expanded                                     possibilities, alternative allocative mechanisms, supply and demand analysis,
learning experience through discussion and exploration of clinical technique                                      elasticity, consumer choice, production and costs, market structures, antitrust
practices . Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in DHYG 2341 . Due to the nature                                  and regulation, and public Micro Economics . (Previously EC 202)
of the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the knowledge and skills                                        1078	 AAW	 	5	       SCHAU,	D	            MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	          L102
gained in previous quarters . Continuing enrollment is contingent upon success-                                   8226	 DII	 	5	       SCHAU,	D	             ARR	       ARR	
ful completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene program courses .                                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                   to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
4318	 AAW	 	1	       CONRAD,	K	           Th	      11:00AM-12:00PM	         T527                                   WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.                                                                            9154	      WD	      	5	       THOMAS,	T	                 MW	            	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                      141*
DHYG          2341            Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques VII Lab                                          ECON& 202                     Macro Economics [S/B]
Seventh in a series of Clinical Dental Hygiene lab courses . Provides an expanded                                 This course introduces such important concepts as: market systems and their al-
learning experience of dental hygiene care through performing clinical dental                                     ternatives, supply and demand, measurement and determination of a nation’s
hygiene techniques already learned for various clients; and the clinical applica-                                 output and income, inflation and unemployment, both demand-side and sup-
tion of new concepts and skills including critical evaluation of dental hygiene                                   ply-side aspects of fiscal and monetary policies, federal debt, and international
care and restorative treatment . Prerequisites: current enrollment in the CBC Den-                                trade and finance . (Previously EC 201)
tal Hygiene program and DHYG 234 .                                                                                1080	 AAW	 	5	       SCHAU,	D	        MTWTh	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          B104
4320	 AA	 	8	       CONRAD,	K	           MW	         	8:00AM-11:00AM	        T139A                                1076	 BAW	 	5	       KEY,	G	          MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	          B105
	       	    	      	                    MW	         	1:00AM-	4:00PM	        T139A                                8228	 DII	 	5	       SCHAU,	D	          ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
	       	    	      	                     W	         	9:00AM-12:00PM	        T139A                                 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
	       	    	      	                     W	         	2:00PM-	5:00PM	        T139A                                 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
 $11.40 lab fee.



29 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                  *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                                  Education CCN – Engineering Technology                                             Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	               DAY	         TIME	                            LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	          DAY	   TIME	                LOCATION

                                        EDUCATION CCN                                                             ENT           1711            Technical Drafting
                                                                                                                  An introductory course in mechanical drawing which includes: geometric con-
EDUC& 203                     Exceptional Child                                                                   struction, orthographic projection, sectional views, auxiliary views, isometric and
A comprehensive introduction to the field of special needs children and their                                     oblique drawings, dimensions, threads, fasteners, and lettering .
families, including an examination of legislative action, Individualized Education
Program (IEP), handicapping conditions, child abuse, drug and alcohol effects,                                    8660	 WBW	 	3	     DURHAM,	R	            MW	       	6:00PM-	8:20PM	            N101
and socioeconomic, societal, and cultural factors that affect family functioning .                                	       	     	    DURHAM,	R	            MW	       	6:00PM-	8:20PM	            N103
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee.
(Previously ECE 107)
8452	 WB	 	3	        CAMPBELL,	K	        M	         	5:00PM-	7:10PM	          A024                                ENT           2361            Design
                                                                                                                  Various individual and team projects with specific criteria and constraints as-
             EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY                                                                         signed . The completed projects are formally presented using both oral and writ-
                                                                                                                  ten reporting techniques . Prerequisites: ENT 224, ENT 2261, and students must
EMT           101             Emergency Medical Technician-Basic                                                  be enrolled in the ENT program .
This is the entry-level course to the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) profession                                  5410	 AAW	 	5	      JETTE,	S	          MTWTh	      	8:00AM-10:00AM	        N103
and is designed for those who aspire to become an Emergency Medical Techni-                                        $11.40 lab fee.
cian-Basic . The course will focus on: EMT roles and responsibilities, airway man-
agement, patient assessment, medical and trauma emergencies, anatomy and                                          ENT           238             Electricity
physiology, documentation, lifting and moving, and communications . The course                                    An introductory course in electricity which includes: basic electrical theory and
also includes practical labs and a total of 10 hours of clinical experience in the                                mathematical relationships, series and parallel circuits, DC and AC circuit com-
Emergency department to provide direct hands-on experience with a variety of                                      ponents, power generation and distribution . Prerequisites: MATH& 141 and the
patients . Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be eligible                                student must be enrolled in the ENT program or instructor’s permission .
to take the Washington State Certification exam and may be considered for the                                     5412	 AAW	 	5	    JETTE,	S	            MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	          N103
Pre-Paramedic Short Term Certificate . Current Health Care Provider CPR card re-
quired . Malpractice insurance fees are added into the registration . Immunization                                ENT           268             AutoCAD II
records must be presented the first day of class . A Washington state background                                  This course goes beyond the basic fundamentals of AutoCAD and examines ways
check must be completed prior to admittance into this course . More information                                   to use it in today’s workplace . Emphasis is placed on advanced commands in-
is available from the Health Sciences Division office at (509) 544-8300 .                                         cluding: blocks, dimensions, attributes and extracting them, paper space/model
                                                                                                                  space, xrefs, and file management . The class then customizes a menu creating:
9432	 WBW	 10	 STAFF	                    TThSa	      	6:00PM-	9:00PM	          204*                               custom pulldown menus, toolbars, and macros . Prerequisite: ENT 267 .
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.                                                                            8666	 WBW	 	2	       GRIFFIN,	T	         Th	       	6:00PM-	8:00PM	       N102

                                 EMERGENCY MEDICAL                                                                ENT           2681            AutoCAD II Lab
                                                                                                                  This course is offered to complement the ENT 268 course . Students must be con-
EMS           100             CPR-Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation                                                   currently enrolled in ENT 268 .
This course is the foundational level of training for all first responders and EMS                                8668	 WBW	 	1	       GRIFFIN,	T	        Th	      	8:00PM-10:00PM	          N102
workers . The course covers the risk factors and early indicators of heart attacks                                 $11.40 lab fee.
and strokes, prudent heart living, airway obstruction, and cardiopulmonary re-
suscitation for adults, children, and infants . Upon the successful completion of                                 ENT           271             Drawing Production
the course the student will receive a Health Care Provider card .                                                 This course simulates actual drawing projects in a variety of disciplines such as:
                                                                                                                  civil, structural, architectural, mechanical, and electrical . Students are expected
0928	 AA	 	1	       PATRICK,	J	            F	       	7:00AM-	5:00PM	           G101                               to develop and manage large sets of drawings . Prerequisite: ENT 268 or instruc-
 Class meets Friday, May 21, 2010.
                                                                                                                  tor’s permission .
                         ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY                                                                   8674	 WBW	 	2	        SNOWHITE,	L	         W	        	6:00PM-	8:00PM	           N102
ENT           134             Surveying                                                                           ENT           2711            Drawing Production Lab
A course in plane surveying, which will include: horizontal, vertical, and angu-                                  This course is offered to complement the ENT 271 course . Students must be con-
lar measurements, traversing, mapping, construction survey, land survey, and                                      currently enrolled in ENT 271 .
calculations . Prerequisite: MATH 113, MATH& 142, or instructor’s permission .                                    8676	 WBW	 	1	       SNOWHITE,	L	       W	       	8:00PM-10:00PM	          N102
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee.
5402	 AAW	 	3	       WYATT,	P	          MW	      12:30PM-	2:00PM	           N103
ENT           1341            Surveying Lab                                                                       ENT           272             Advanced 3-D
This course will allow students to demonstrate their abilities to use the equipment                               The focus of this course is three-dimensional solid modeling using AutoCAD . Af-
and apply their surveying knowledge . Lab to be taken concurrently with ENT 134 .                                 ter completion, students will be proficient in 3-D solids modeling, mass proper-
                                                                                                                  ty takeoffs, and the uses of three-dimensional media across software platforms .
5404	 AAW	 	3	       JETTE,	S	          TTh	       12:30PM-	3:30PM	            N103                               Prerequisite: ENT 268 .
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                  8670	 WBW	 	2	      STAFF	               M	        	6:00PM-	8:00PM	         N102
ENT           135             Statics
Vectors, types of forces, vector addition, moments, conditions for equilibrium,                                   ENT           2721            Advanced 3-D Lab
free-body diagrams and conventions, coplanar and non-coplanar force systems,                                      This course goes beyond the basics of computer assisted drafting and focuses
and load analysis of basic trusses and frames . Prerequisite: MATH 113, ENT 121,                                  on the productivty tools and special feautre tools that enhanceAutoCAD’s value
or instructor’s permission .                                                                                      in the world of Electronic Commerce . Prerequisite: ENT268 .
5406	 AAW	 	5	      WYATT,	P	          MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	         N101                                  8672	 WBW	 	1	      STAFF	               M	        	8:00PM-10:00PM	       N102
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee.
ENT           1361            Advanced Drafting
An introduction to the fundamentals of computer-aided drafting (CAD) including
extensive use of the draw and modify commands for sketches and mechanical
drawings . Prerequisite: ENT 1261 or instructor’s permission .
5407	 AAW	 	4	      JETTE,	S	             F	       	8:00AM-	3:00PM	       N103
5408	 BAW	 	4	      WYATT,	P	          MTWTh	      10:20AM-12:00PM	       N102
 $11.40 lab fee.




                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                           Credit Classes – 30
           Credit Classes                                                                        English – English CCN
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                            COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	              DAY	         TIME	                            LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION

                                             ENGLISH                                                             ENGL          103             Writing in the Workplace
                                                                                                                 This course is designed to teach writing tasks encountered in the workplace
ENGL          088             Writing Skills                                                                     including resumes, business letters, memos, reports, instructions, and policies .
This class is for students needing individualized instruction to improve their profi-                            Prerequisite: a passing grade in ENGL 099 or COMPASS score of 78 or above .
ciency in basic writing skills . After interpreting diagnostic testing in the Learning                           (Previously ENG 103)
Opportunities Center (LOC), the instructor develops a program for each student .
The grade is pass/no credit . Class held in LOC, where instruction is conducted in                               0528	 AA	 	5	      PEDERSEN,	R	       MTWTh	    12:40PM-	1:40PM	           A333
a lab format . (Previously ENG 088)                                                                              ENGL          195             Bible as Literature [H]
7700	 AA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	               MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           A221                           Readings from the Old Testament and New Testament, in appropriate cultural,
7702	 BA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	               MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	           A221                           historical, and literary contexts . Prerequisite: eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently
7704	 CA	 1-	3	 FREESE,	J	                  MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	           A221                           enrolled in ENGL 099 . (Previously LIT 195)
7706	 DA	 1-	3	 LIEBLER,	N	                 MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	           A221                           0534	 AA	 	5	         PEDERSEN,	R	        MTWTh	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	        W180B
7708	 EA	 1-	3	 RASMUSSEN,	D	               MTWTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	           A221
7710	 FA	 1-	3	 MITCHELL,	M	                MTWTh	     	1:50PM-	2:50PM	           A221                           ENGL          266             English Literature [H]
7712	 GA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	                 MTWTh	     	3:00PM-	4:00PM	           A221                           A survey of English literature from 1800 to the present . Prerequisite: eligible for
7714	 HA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	                 MTWTh	     	4:10PM-	5:10PM	           A221                           ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 . (Previously LIT 266)
8700	 WB	 1-	3	 HAGAN,	J	                    MW	       	5:20PM-	8:40PM	           A221                           0536	 AA	 	5	      SEALY,	B	           MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	            A331
8702	 WB1	 1-	3	 ARTER,	M	                   TTh	      	5:20PM-	8:40PM	           A221                           ENGL          280             Gay and Lesbian Studies [H]
8704	 WK	 	1	         LEE,	M	                 Sa	      	8:30AM-10:30AM	           A221                           An introduction to interdisciplinary field of lesbian/gay/bisexual/transgender stud-
8706	 WK	 	1	         LEE,	M	                 Sa	      	9:30AM-11:30AM	           A221                           ies from a historical and multicultural perspective . Readings from fiction, poetry,
8708	 WK	 	1	         LEE,	M	                 Sa	      10:30AM-12:30PM	           A221                           autobiography, history, essays, plays, and film/television will be used to under-
8710	 WK	 	2	         LEE,	M	                 Sa	      	8:30AM-12:30PM	           A221                           stand connections between sexual orientation and the humanities . Prerequisite:
ENGL          091             Grammar Skills                                                                     eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 . (Previously LIT 280)
A review of basic grammar including sample writing, sentence structure, usage,                                   0538	 AA	 	5	        LEE,	M	              MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	          A331
and mechanics . The grade is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Oppor-
tunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . Prerequisite: COMPASS                                                                              ENGLISH CCN
score of 1-12 . (Previously ENG 091)
7716	 AA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	         MTWTh	        	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          A221
                                                                                                                 ENGL& 101                     English Composition I [C]
                                                                                                                 Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition with emphasis
7718	 BA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	         MTWTh	        	9:10AM-10:10AM	          A221                               on organizing unified and coherent essays . Prerequisite: passing grade in ENGL
7720	 CA	 1-	3	 FREESE,	J	            MTWTh	        10:20AM-11:20AM	          A221                               099 or COMPASS score above 78 . (Previously ENG 101)
7722	 DA	 1-	3	 LIEBLER,	N	           MTWTh	        11:30AM-12:30PM	          A221
7724	 EA	 1-	3	 RASMUSSEN,	D	         MTWTh	        12:40PM-	1:40PM	          A221                               0540	 AAW	 	5	     FIGUEROA,	R	        MTWTh	       	6:50AM-	7:50AM	         A333
7726	 FA	 1-	3	 MITCHELL,	M	          MTWTh	        	1:50PM-	2:50PM	          A221                               0544	 BA	 	5	      COMMEREE,	N	        MTWTh	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         A331
7728	 GA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	           MTWTh	        	3:00PM-	4:00PM	          A221                               0546	 CAW	 	5	     FIGUEROA,	R	        MTWTh	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         A333
7730	 HA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	           MTWTh	        	4:10PM-	5:10PM	          A221                               0548	 DAW	 	5	     ABBOTT,	D	          MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	         A329
8712	 WB	 1-	3	 HAGAN,	J	              MW	          	5:20PM-	8:40PM	          A221                               8099	 DII	 	5	     JOHNSON,	B	           ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                                                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
8714	 WB1	 1-	3	 ARTER,	M	             TTh	         	5:20PM-	8:40PM	          A221                                to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
8716	 WK	 	1	        LEE,	M	            Sa	         	8:30AM-10:30AM	          A221                                WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Ben Johnson
                                                                                                                  by the second day of class either via email at bjohnson@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4613.
8718	 WK	 	1	        LEE,	M	            Sa	         	9:30AM-11:30AM	          A221
8720	 WK	 	1	        LEE,	M	            Sa	         10:30AM-12:30PM	          A221                               8100	      DII	     	5	       LEE,	M	                    ARR	           ARR	
                                                                                                                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
8722	 WK	 	2	        LEE,	M	            Sa	         	8:30AM-12:30PM	          A221                                to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                  WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Michael
ENGL          098             Writing Prep I                                                                      Lee by the second day of class, either via email at Michael.Lee@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4399.
This course is designed to teach the basics of writing well-developed and gram-                                  8102	      DII	     	5	       MEINERS,	E	                ARR	           ARR	
matically correct single and multiple paragraph papers . Prerequisite: COMPASS                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
score of 13-44 . (Previously ENG 098)                                                                             to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                  WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Elaina Meiners
0500	 AA	 	5	        BEEMAN,	S	       MTWTh	        	8:00AM-	9:00AM	        A125                                  by the second day of class either via email at emeiners@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4613.
0502	 BAW	 	5	       LAMBERT,	D	      MTWTh	        	9:10AM-10:10AM	      W180B                                  8104	      DII	     	5	       SEALY,	B	                  ARR	           ARR	
0504	 CA	 	5	        PEARSON,	D	      MTWTh	        	9:10AM-10:10AM	        A332                                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                  to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
0506	 DAW	 	5	       PEDERSEN,	R	     MTWTh	        10:20AM-11:20AM	        A330                                  WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad
0508	 EA	 	5	        MATHESIUS,	M	    MTWTh	        11:30AM-12:30PM	        D105                                  Sealy by the second day of class, either via email at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4760.
8094	 WB	 	5	        PEARSON,	D	        MW	         	5:00PM-	7:10PM	        A333                                 8110	      DII	     	5	       SEALY,	B	                  ARR	           ARR	
                                                                                                                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
ENGL          099             Writing Prep II                                                                     to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
An intensive composition course designed to prepare students for college read-                                    WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad
                                                                                                                  Sealy by the second day of class, either via email at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4760.
ing and writing . Successful completion of this course will make the student eli-
gible for ENGL& 101 . Prerequisite: ENGL 098 or COMPASS score of 45-77 . (Pre-                                   0550	      EAW	     	5	       HOSTETLER,	R	            MTWTh	           	9:10AM-10:10AM	                   W180C
viously ENG 099)                                                                                                 0554	      FAW	     	5	       BERRETTA,	M	             MTWTh	           10:20AM-11:20AM	                    A331
                                                                                                                 0556	      GA	      	5	       HOLLOWAY,	T	             MTWTh	           10:20AM-11:20AM	                    B116
0510	 AA	 	5	       WAKEMAN,	C	       MTWTh	      	6:50AM-	7:50AM	         A329
                                                                                                                 0557	      FAA	     	5	       THONNEY,	T	              MTWTh	           10:20AM-11:20AM	                    B105
0512	 CA	 	5	       WAKEMAN,	C	       MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         A329                                   This course will focus on reading and writing in the sciences. Students should be enrolled in or have previously
0518	 DA	 	5	       MCQUERRY,	M	      MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	         V120                                   taken a lab science course.
0520	 EA	 	5	       JAMES,	G	         MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	         A332                                  0558	      HA	      	5	       BERRETTA,	M	             MTWTh	           11:30AM-12:30PM	                    N103
0521	 FAA	 	5	      PEARSON,	D	       MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	         N104                                  0560	      IAW	     	5	       HOSTETLER,	R	            MTWTh	           11:30AM-12:30PM	                   W180C
	       	    	      WUTZKE,	J	        MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	         N104                                  0564	      JAW	     	5	       ABBOTT,	D	               MTWTh	           	1:50PM-	2:50PM	                    A329
 This is a learning communities course, students will automatically be enrolled in both CMST 110 Communication
 Behavior (Line# 0318) and ENGL 99 Writing Prep II (Line # 0521) as joint courses.                               8097	      WB	      	5	       JAMES,	G		                MW	             	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                    A334
                                                                                                                 8098	      XB	      	5	       HAMPTON,	F	               TTh	            	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                    B106
0522	      FAW	     	5	       SEALY,	B	              MTWTh	          11:30AM-12:30PM	                    V120
0523	      GA	      	5	       ORTON,	R	               TTh	           12:40PM-	2:50PM	                    I107
0526	      IA	      	5	       JAMES,	G	               MW	            	1:50PM-	4:00PM	                    A332
8096	      WB	      	5	       PEARSON,	D	             TTh	           	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                    A333




31 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                 *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                                      English as a Second Language – French CCN                                                     Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                     COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                   DAY	          TIME	                              LOCATION     	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION

ENGL& 102                     Composition II [C]                                                                          ENGL& 237                     Creative Writing II [H]
An advanced expository writing course, focusing on research essays and other                                              A continuation of ENGL& 236 . Prerequisite: ENGL& 236 . (Previously ENG 241)
aspects of college writing . Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 . (Previously ENG 201)                                               8124	 DII	 	5	     HOLMES,	M	         ARR	      ARR	
0566	 AA	 	5	      MEINERS,	E	          MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         A332                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                           to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
0568	 BA	 	5	      PEARSON,	D	          MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         A334                                           WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes
0570	 CAW	 	5	     HOLMES,	M	           MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	         A334                                           by the second day of class, either via email at mholmes@clumbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5516.
0572	 DAW	 	5	     JOHNSON,	B	          MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	         W144
0577	 FAA	 	5	     Thonney,	T	          MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	         B105                                          ENGL& 244                     American Literature I [H]
8114	 DII	 	5	     DECHTER,	K	            ARR	     ARR	                                                                   A survey of American literature from the founding of Jamestown to the Civil
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         War Era . Prerequisite: eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 .
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       (Previously LIT 225)
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend must contact Kathy Dechter by the second day of
 class, via email at Kathy.Dechter@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.                                       0610	 DII	 	5	      LEE,	M	              ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
8116	      DII	     	5	       THONNEY,	T	                  ARR	            ARR	                                            to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits          WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Michael
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or        Lee by the second day of class, either via email at Michael.Lee@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4399.
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Teresa Thonney
 by the second day of class, either via email at TThonney@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5539.
                                                                                                                          ENGL& 246                     American Literature III [H]
8117	      DII	     	5	       JAMES,	G	                    ARR	            ARR	                                           A survey of American literature from World War I to the present . Prerequisite:
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 . (Previously LIT 227)
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Gwen James by
 the second day of class, either via email at gjames@columbia or by phone at (509) 542-4709.                              0612	 AA	 	5	      JAMES,	G	          MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	          A332
0574	      EA	      	5	       LEE,	M	                    MTWTh	            	9:10AM-10:10AM	                     K101
0576	      FA	      	5	       MEINERS,	E	                MTWTh	            	9:10AM-10:10AM	                      I106
                                                                                                                                             ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
0578	      GAW	     	5	       JOHNSON,	B	                MTWTh	            10:20AM-11:20AM	                    W180B      All levels of English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are offered during the
0580	      HA	      	5	       MATHESIUS,	M	              MTWTh	            10:20AM-11:20AM	                     D105      day and evening at the Pasco campus, as well as at various locations throughout
0582	      IA	      	5	       HOLLOWAY,	T	               MTWTh	            11:30AM-12:30PM	                      I106     the community . We also offer First Language Spanish Literacy classes . For more
0584	      JAW	     	5	       LAMBERT,	D	                MTWTh	            11:30AM-12:30PM	                     K101      information about ESL classes, call (509) 542-5605 .
0586	      KA	      	5	       STAFF	                     MTWTh	            11:30AM-12:30PM	                     A329
0590	
0592	
           LA	
           MA	
                    	5	
                    	5	
                              BERRETTA,	M	
                              HOLLOWAY,	T	
                                                         MTWTh	
                                                         MTWTh	
                                                                           12:40PM-	1:40PM	
                                                                           12:40PM-	1:40PM	
                                                                                                                B104
                                                                                                                 I106
                                                                                                                                               ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CCN
0594	      NAW	     	5	       LAMBERT,	D	                MTWTh	            12:40PM-	1:40PM	                     K101      ENVS& 101                     Intro to Environmental Science w/Lab [M/S]
8112	      WB	      	5	       DECHTER,	K	                 MW	              	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                     B105      A multidisciplinary course designed to provide both the non-science and science
                                                                                                                          major the background necessary to understand environmental problems that
ENGL& 111                     Intro to Literature [H]                                                                     have arisen due to human activities . Topics include: food chains; energy produc-
This course focuses on reading and analyzing prose, poetry, and drama and is                                              tion; nutrient cycles; forest and wildlife management; population demographics;
designed to help students develop a method of reading and evaluating litera-                                              air and water pollution; ozone depletion and global warming . Lab and lecture
ture . Prerequisite: eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 . (Pre-                                     must be taken concurrently . (Previously ENVS 100)
viously LIT 150)
                                                                                                                          5308	 AAW	 	5	       STAFF	               MTWTh	   	9:10AM-10:10AM	          W150
0598	 AA	 	5	         THONNEY,	T	        MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	            B108                                     5310	 BAW	 	5	       COCHRAN,	J	          MTWTh	   10:20AM-11:20AM	          W132
0600	 BAW	 	5	        HOLMES,	M	         MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	            A334
8118	 DII	 	5	        MATHESIUS,	M	       ARR	       ARR	                                                                 ENVS& 101L                    Intro to Environmental Science Lab [M/S]
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to      You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
 See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Matt Mathesius           credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-
 by the second day of class, either via email at mathesiusm@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4815.              viously ENVS 1001)
ENGL& 220                     Intro to Shakespeare [H]                                                                    5312	 AAW	 	0	       STAFF	                 F	       10:20AM-12:10PM	             S243
                                                                                                                           $11.40 lab fee.
Shakespeare as dramatist and poet . Readings from comedies, histories, and
                                                                                                                          5314	      BAW	 	0	           COCHRAN,	J	                 Th	           12:40PM-	1:20PM	                      S243
tragedies . Prerequisite: eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 .                                       $11.40 lab fee.
(Previously LIT 270)
0602	 AAW	 	5	      ABBOTT,	D	           MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	          A329                                                          FIRE PROTECTION TECHNOLOGY
ENGL& 235                     Technical Writing [C]                                                                       FPT           130             Fire Service Hydraulics/EVAP
This course emphasizes students’ technical communication skills for use in the                                            A course that is designed to give the new firefighter a basic understanding of
workplace and other academic settings . Students will employ various methods                                              municipal water systems, principles of fluids, fire flow requirements, and basic
of analyzing and writing for different audiences and purposes . Students will also                                        fire stream calculations . This course will also study safe vehicle operations and
use traditional and online resources for problem-solving, research, documenta-                                            safe response procedures .
tion, and editing . Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 . (Previously ENG 205)
                                                                                                                          9428	 AA	 	5	       STAFF	                WTh	       	2:30PM-	5:00PM	          242*
0604	 AAW	 	5	       HOSTETLER,	R	      MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	       W180C                                           Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
0606	 BA	 	5	        COMMEREE,	N	       MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	          A333                                         and at the Health Sciences web sites.
0608	 CAW	 	5	       ABBOTT,	D	         MTWTh	      12:40PM-	1:40PM	          A329
8120	 DII	 	5	       ABBOTT,	D	          ARR	       ARR	                                                                                                              FIRE SCIENCE
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       FS            211             Building Construction
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Abbott
 by the second day of class, either via email at DAbbott@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4386.                 A course covering basic building construction, outlining the specific weaknesses
                                                                                                                          of various constructions .
ENGL& 236                     Creative Writing I [H]                                                                      9434	 WBW	 	3	     STAFF	               T	        	6:00PM-	9:00PM	          242*
A study of creative writing, emphasizing diverse styles and techniques . Previ-
ous completion of ENGL& 101 is strongly recommended . (Previously ENG 240)                                                                                            FRENCH CCN
8122	 DII	 	5	     HOLMES,	M	         ARR	      ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         FRCH& 123                     French III [H]
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       Introduction to the French language including conversational skills, reading, writ-
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes
 by the second day of class, either via email at mholmes@clumbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5516.                  ing and grammar, and French culture including geography, customs, daily life, and
                                                                                                                          heritage . Prerequisite: FRCH& 122 or instructor’s permission . (Previously FR 103)
                                                                                                                          2500	 AA	 	5	        CORNEAUX,	I	       MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           B106



                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                                                 Credit Classes – 32
            Credit Classes                                                             General Engineering – Health Education
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                   COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                  DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION     	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                   DAY	          TIME	                              LOCATION

                          GENERAL ENGINEERING CCN                                                                                                          HEALTH EDUCATION
ENGR& 111                     Engineering Graphics 1                                                                    HE            170             Health and Wellness [PE]
Principles of mechanical drawing: geometric construction, orthographic projec-                                          Study of current health and wellness issues and problems of the college-age
tion, sectional views, auxiliary views, isometric and oblique drawings, dimensions,                                     student . Emphasis is on lifestyles, risk factors, and preventing disease and ill-
threads, fasteners, and lettering . (Previously GE 101)                                                                 ness with a wellness lifestyle .
8546	 WBW	 	3	      DURHAM,	R	             MW	        	6:00PM-	8:20PM	        N101                                      0900	 AA	 	3	      LEAHY,	E	             MTW	        	9:10AM-10:10AM	       G103
	       	     	     DURHAM,	R	             MW	        	5:00PM-	7:20PM	        N103                                       Class ends 06/07/10.
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                        0902	      BA	      	3	       BEARD,	J	                   MTTh	            12:40PM-	1:40PM	                      G103
                                                                                                                         Class ends 06/07/10.
ENGR& 215                     Dynamics                                                                                  8126	      DII	     	3	       DUNTERMAN,	D	                ARR	            ARR	
Analysis of motion of particles and rigid bodies . Topics include: kinematics of                                         This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
particles and rigid bodies, kinetics of particles and rigid bodies, Newton’s laws,                                       to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                         WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Dunterman
work and energy, impulse, and momentum . Prerequisite: ENGR& 214 . (Previ-                                               by the second day of class, either via email at ddunterman@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4839.
ously GE 291)
                                                                                                                        8128	      DII	     	3	       VLADIMIROFF	                 ARR	            ARR	
8548	 WB	 	5	       LIU,	S	              MW	        	5:00PM-	7:20PM	          S237                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
                                                                                                                         campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
                                            GEOGRAPHY                                                                    See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff
                                                                                                                         by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4414.

GEO           101             Physical Geography [M/S]                                                                  HE            215             Health and Fitness for Life [PE]
Physical Geography provides an introduction to the physical earth . It may in-                                          This is a foundation course designed to prepare students for living the rest of
clude processes, which impact the earth; it may also include the relationship                                           their lives in a state of optimal health by providing the necessary knowledge and
between humans and the earth . Study of the physical areas and environment of                                           skills that are desirable in order to make meaningful, beneficial, and successful
the earth . Topics include the weather, climate, water cycle, soils, and land form                                      choices in the area of physical fitness, nutritional awareness, stress management,
studies . The class also covers how humans influence and are influenced by their                                        and other aspects of health . This class requires lab activities in the fitness center .
physical environment .
                                                                                                                        0908	 AA	 	2	          VLADIMIROFF	         MT	       11:30AM-12:30PM	           G103G
5901	 BA	 	5	         STRICKLAND	      MTWTh	      	3:00PM-	4:OOPM	            S229
 Attendance required the first day of class unless instructor has given permission for other arrangements. Instructor   HE            2151            Health and Fitness for Life Lab [PE]
 Cassandra Strickland may be reached at CStrickland@columbiabasin.edu or (509) 542-4415.
                                                                                                                        Lab to be taken concurrently with HE 215 .
GEO           150             Cultural Geography [S/B]                                                                  0910	 AA	 	1	
                                                                                                                         $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                                          VLADIMIROFF	        ARR	                                 ARR	
An introduction to the use of human geography as a framework with which to
critically analyze and understand the world, both on a micro and macro level .                                          HE            220             Drugs and Health [PE]
CBC’s course in Cultural Geography provides an introduction to the ways in                                              This course is designed to achieve physiological knowledge and awareness of
which human groups think about, arrange, and modify their physical habitats .                                           chemical use and abuse as it relates to the student’s total well-being .
This geographic knowledge is a basic means to understanding one’s own world
and the worlds of others .                                                                                              0912	 AAW	 	3	      HASELHUHN,	S	       MTW	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	       G103G
                                                                                                                         Class ends 06/07/10.
8576	 DII	 	5	      WOODS,	M	          ARR	      ARR	                                                                   0914	      BA	      	3	       STOKER,	L	                  MTW	             10:20AM-11:20AM	                      G103
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits        Class ends 06/07/10.
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.                                  8130	      DII	     	3	       VLADIMIROFF	                 ARR	            ARR	
                                                                                                                         This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
                                                                                                                         campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
                                            GEOLOGY CCN                                                                  See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff
                                                                                                                         by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4414.
GEOL& 101                     Intro to Physical Geology w/Lab [M/S]
Composition and structure of the earth . Study and identification of common min-                                        HE            230             First-Aid Safety [PE]
erals and the three major rock groups . Plate tectonics concept of the evolution                                        Designed to help students learn first-aid skills and accident prevention . Advanced
of surface features of continents . A study of volcanic, seismic, weathering, and                                       first-aid and CPR card given for successful completion .
groundwater processes . Outline of geologic development of the Pacific North-                                           0916	 AA	 	3	       PATRICK,	J	         MTWTh	        	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         G101
west, including field studies . Lecture and lab must be taken concurrently . Pre-                                        Class ends 5/19/10.
requisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 084 or COMPASS test placement above                                          0918	      BA	      	3	       PATRICK,	J	                MTWTh	            	9:10AM-10:10AM	                      G101
MATH 084 . (Previously GEL 101)                                                                                          Class ends 5/19/10.

5902	 AA	 	5	       STRICKLAND	           MW	       12:40PM-	2:00PM	          S229                                      0920	      CA	      	3	       VLADIMIROFF	                MTW	             10:20AM-11:20AM	                      G101
 Attendance required the first day of class unless instructor has given permission for other arrangements. Instructor    Class ends 06/07/10.
 Cassandra Strickland may be reached at CStrickland@columbiabasin.edu or (509) 542-4415. Students must
 register for same section of lecture and lab class.                                                                    HE            240             Stress Management [PE]
8578	      WBW	 	5	           STAFF	                      MW	            	5:00PM-	6:20PM	                       S229    A study of the causes of human stress and how to manage or minimize this stress .
 Students must register for same section of lecture and lab class.                                                      Theories, implications, and practical applications are emphasized .
GEOL& 101L                    Intro to Physical Geology Lab [M/S]                                                       0922	 AA	 	3	       DUNTERMAN,	D	       MTW	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	       G103G
                                                                                                                         Class ends 06/07/10.
You must sign up for both lecture and lab to receive combined lecture and lab
credits . No lab credits will show as they are included in the lecture credits . (Pre-                                  0924	      BA	      	3	       DUNTERMAN,	D	               MTW	             10:20AM-11:20AM	                     G103G
                                                                                                                         Class ends 06/07/10.
viously GEL 1011)
                                                                                                                        8132	      DII	     	3	       VLADIMIROFF	                 ARR	            ARR	
5904	 AA	 	0	        STRICKLAND	           TTh	      12:40PM-	2:30PM	             S229                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                         campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
                                                                                                                         See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff
8580	      WBW	 	0	           STAFF	                      MW	            	6:20PM-	8:00PM	                       S229     by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4414.
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                        8134	      DII	     	3	       DUNTERMAN,	D	                ARR	            ARR	
GEOL& 103                                                                                                                This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                         to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
5906	      AA	      	3	       STRICKLAND,	C	              MW	            10:20AM	11:40AM	                       S229     WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Dunterman
                                                                                                                         by the second day of class, either via email at ddunterman@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4839.
GEOL& 103L
5907	      AA	      	3	       STRICKLAND,	C	              TTh	           10:20AM-12:00PM	                       S229    8136	      WBW	 	3	           HASELHUHN,	S	                 Th	            	5:00PM-	7:20PM	                      G103
                                                                                                                        8138	      XB	 	3	            STOKER,	L	                    M	             	7:30PM-	9:50PM	                      G103




33 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                        *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                                  Health Information Technology – History CCN                                                   Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION

HE            250             Sports Management [PE]                                                                  HIT           159             Advanced Hospital Coding and CCS Prep
This course is an introduction to the history, current global perspectives, trends, and                               The Advanced Hospital Coding and CCS Prep course is a capstone course . It is
research regarding the field of sports management . Students will gain an under-                                      designed for students with previous experience and/or education in coding and
standing of marketing, organization, and financial aspects of sports management .                                     billing and want to prepare for successful completion of the American Health In-
0926	 AA	 	3	         STOKER,	L	           MTW	        	8:00AM-	9:00AM	            G103                               formation Management Association’s mastery-level credentialing exam Certified
 Class ends 06/07/10.                                                                                                 Coding Specialist (CCS) . Students must have an intermediate knowledge of medi-
                                                                                                                      cal terminology, anatomy, physiology, pathology, ICD-9-CM coding, and CPT-4
            HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY                                                                             coding . Prerequisite: HIT 157 or a score of 78 percent on the AOT coding exam .
                                                                                                                      8400	 DII	 	5	      BLOOMSBURG	           ARR	      ARR	
HIT           118             Legal Aspects of the Medical Office III                                                  This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
An introduction to the American legal system; the physician-patient relationship;                                      to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                       WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.
the laws and statutes that apply to health professions; the basis of medical law;
the litigation processes; employment and safety laws including quality improve-
ment programs and incident reports; medical ethics, and bioethics; professional                                                  HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PROGRAM
and ethical conduct and behavior; and ethical issues in the medical office; the
medical record and its uses; the basic laws protecting patient information includ-
                                                                                                                                    (HEP) ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
ing knowledge of HIPPA regulations and how they pertain to the medical office .                                       This program is intended to meet special needs of migrant and seasonal farm
Prerequisite: Internet proficiency .                                                                                  workers pursuing a high school equivalency certificate . All levels of ABE/GED
4920	 AAW	 	3	      MC	BURNEY,	J	         TTh	      12:20PM-	2:00PM	        W180A                                     are offered during the day and evening at the Pasco campus . For more informa-
                                                                                                                      tion, call (509) 542-4775 .
HIT           147             Medical Terminology
Provides a basic background of medical terminology for the medical office . Ma-
jor topics to be studied are: cells and oncology, tissues and the integumentary
                                                                                                                                                                     HISTORY
system, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, special senses, glands,                                     HIST          116             History of Africa [S/B]
cardiovascular system; blood and lymphatic-immune systems, respiratory sys-                                           This course is an introduction to the history of the peoples of Africa from the ear-
tem; digestive system; urinary system, reproductive system, pregnancy and hu-                                         liest human civilizations on the continent to the present . (Previously HIS 116)
man development; general diseases, lab tests, diagnoses, surgery, pharmacology,                                       2016	 DII	 	5	       MITCHELL,	M	         ARR	       ARR	
and therapy . Emphasis is placed on identifying and labeling word parts, defining                                      This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                       to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
and building medical terms, basic anatomy, and becoming familiar with com-                                             WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
mon diseases of the systems .
4922	 AAW	 	5	
4924	 AAW	 	5	
                    MC	BURNEY,	J	
                    STEWART,	J	
                                         TTh	
                                        MTWTh	
                                                    	2:40PM-	5:00PM	
                                                    11:30AM-12:30PM	
                                                                           W180A
                                                                           W180A
                                                                                                                                                                  HISTORY CCN
4925	 BCW	 	5	      EDDY,	T	            MTWTh	      	8:30AM-	9:40PM	         242*                                     HIST& 126                     World Civilizations I [H]
8402	 DII	 	5	      MC	BURNEY,	J	        ARR	       ARR	                                                              A study of world civilizations from their origins through late antiquity . Emphasis
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits     will be placed upon Western, East Asian, and South Asian civilizations . Philosophies,
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                                                  religions, and political and social systems will be covered . (Previously HIS 101)
4720	      WBW	 	5	           MC	BURNEY,	J	              TTh	           	5:15PM-	7:25PM	                   W180A      2018	 AAW	 	5	       CHISHOLM,	R	        MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	            L102
                                                                                                                      8234	 DII	 	5	       WOODS,	M	            ARR	       ARR	
HIT           153             Medical Reimbursement                                                                    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
Introduction to medical insurance including diagnostic coding, procedural cod-                                         to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                       WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
ing, ambulatory care coding (ICD-9-CM, CPT/HCPCS), and completion of HCFA
forms for insurance billing . The course will also include specific discussion of Blue                                HIST& 127                     World Civilizations II [H]
Cross/Blue Shield, Medicare, Medicaid, Champus/Champoa, and Worker’s Com-                                             The development of world civilizations from the end of the classical age to the
pensation . Prerequisites: AOT 101, AOT 118/HIT 118 (or HIT 115 and HIT 116), and                                     beginning of the modern . Political, social, economic, and cultural development
HIT 155 or AOT 150 . Concurrent enrollment in HIT 156 approved .                                                      will be covered with emphasis upon Europe, Asia, and Africa . (Previously HIS 102)
4926	 AA	 	5	       BLOOMSBURG	          MTWTh	        10:10AM-11:20AM	          W160                                 2020	 AAW	 	5	      WOODS,	M	          MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	           B104
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                      HIST& 128                     World Civilizations III [H]
HIT           155             Introduction to Medical Coding                                                          An examination of the major civilizations of the world from the birth of the mod-
Introduction to medical coding concepts, methods, and guidelines using Inter-                                         ern age to the present . Emphasis is on the development of the modern nation-
national Classification of Diseases 9th Edition (ICD-9-CM) and Current Procedural                                     state, international relations, socio-economic developments, and shifting pat-
Terminology (CPT) . Prerequisite: AOT 147/HIT 147 with a minimum 2 .0 .                                               terns of thought . (Previously HIS 103)
4930	 BA	 	5	        STEWART,	J	        MTWTh	       12:00PM-12:50PM	      W180B                                      2022	 AAW	 	5	       ARNOLD,	D	         MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           B114
HIT           156             Intermediate Medical Coding                                                             2024	 BAW	 	5	       MORENO,	M	         MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	           B114
An intermediate presentation of medical coding concepts, methods, and guide-                                          8236	 DII	 	5	       FLYNN,	G	           ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
lines using the International Classification of Diseases 9th Edition (ICD-9-CM) and                                    to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) . This course covers the rules and regula-                                        WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 6:00 p.m., room W150.
tions regarding coding . Prerequisite: AOT 155/HIT 155 or AOT 150 with a mini-
mum 2 .0 and have college reading level .                                                                             HIST& 146                     U.S. History I [S/B]
                                                                                                                      Survey of American history from the colonial period through the Civil War . Empha-
4932	 AA	 	5	        BLOOMSBURG	         MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           I105                                  sis is placed on Native Americans, early colonial development, the American Revo-
HIT           158             Pathophysiology for Health Information Technology                                       lution, the building of the nation, territorial expansion, slavery, and the Civil War .
Emphasis is placed on the disease processes affecting the human body via an                                           2026	 AAW	 	5	       SUCHY,	T	            MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	             B114
integrated approach to specific disease entities including the causes, diagnosis,                                     2028	 BAW	 	5	       SUCHY,	T	            MTWTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	             B114
and treatment of disease . Prerequisite: AOT 147/HIT 147 with a minimum 2 .0 .
                                                                                                                      HIST& 147                     U.S. History II [S/B]
8408	 DII	 	4	    BLOOMSBURG	            ARR	      ARR	                                                               Survey of U .S . History from the Civil War through World War II . Emphasis is placed
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or   on Reconstruction, industrialization, immigration, American foreign policy, Progres-
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                                                  sive Reform, the twenties, the Great Depression, the New Deal, and World War II .
                                                                                                                      2030	 AAW	 	5	        WOODS,	M	           MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	            B104




                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                                             Credit Classes – 34
            Credit Classes                                                                Human Development – Japanese CCN
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                     COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	    CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                  DAY	          TIME	                              LOCATION     	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION

HIST& 148                      U.S. History III [S/B]                                                                     HS            224             Chemical Dependency in the Family
Survey of U .S . History from World War II to the present . Emphasis is placed on                                         Study of family dysfunction and family therapy models focusing on empower-
the Cold War era, Vietnam, Civil Rights, the liberal consensus, the rise of mod-                                          ment of family members . Introduction to dynamics of co-dependency, family
ern conservatism, minority relations, the 1990s, and post 9-11 American society .                                         intervention, and support programs .
2032	 AAW	 	5	       ARNOLD,	D	        MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	          L102                                         2704	 AA	 	5	      BARR,	K	          MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	      L107
HIST& 214                      Pacific Northwest History                                                                  HS            232             Relapse Prevention
A general history of the Pacific Northwest with particular emphasis on Wash-                                              This course provides a comprehensive understanding of the problems of re-
ington state . Special emphasis is given to Indian culture, Indian-White relations,                                       lapse, models of relapse, assessment of relapse, relapse management, and re-
settlement, race relations, industrialization, and changes created by WWI and                                             lapse prevention .
WWII . (Previously HIS 251)                                                                                               2706	 AA	 	3	      BARR,	K	           MTW	       12:40PM-	1:40PM	       L107
2034	 DII	 	5	       ARNOLD,	D	          ARR	       ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         HS            241             Adv Adolescent Chem Dependency Assess & Counsel
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       This course expands the knowledge gained in HS 231 and provides additional
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
                                                                                                                          experience with adolescent addictions theory . Specific course topics include ad-
                                                                                                                          vanced adolescent assessment, adolescent and child development in relation to
                                HUMAN DEVELOPMENT                                                                         alcohol/drug use, and advanced assessment and treatment of the culturally di-
HDEV          100              College Success                                                                            verse youth as required by Washington Administrative Code for Youth Chemical
This course is designed to assist students in learning effective techniques for                                           Dependency Counselors (YCDC) .
having a college experience that is successful both academically and person-                                              8272	 WK	 	5	      OCHOA,	T	          SaSu	       	9:00AM-	5:00PM	           L107
ally . Topics will include: time management, test-taking, communication skills,                                           HS            2972            Alcohol/Drug Practicum
learning styles, and campus resources . The development of critical thinking                                              Students acquire practical experience within a qualified chemical dependency
skills will be incorporated throughout the course . (Previously EDUC 100, which                                           agency to assist in utilizing skills learned within the classroom .
was previously ED 100)
                                                                                                                          8274	 AA	 1-	6	 BARR,	K	                   ARR	      ARR	
9000	 AAW	 	3	        CASEY,	B	         MTW	        	8:00AM-	9:00AM	       W144
9002	 BAW	 	3	        GOETZ,	L	         MTW	        11:30AM-12:30PM	       W144                                                                          INTERCULTURAL STUDY
HDEV          135              College Major/Career Planning                                                              ICS           120             Survey of Hispanic Culture [H]
This course is designed to assist students in gaining insight into interests, values,                                     An introduction to the culture and civilization of the Spanish-speaking world;
personality, strengths, and the decision-making processes necessary for choosing                                          taught in English .
a college major and planning a career . This course is for those who are choosing,
changing, or confirming their educational goals . Topics will include growing ca-                                         2006	 AAW	 	5	      MORENO,	M	       MTWTh	       10:20AM-11:20AM	       B113
reer opportunities, job hunting techniques, goal-setting, and tools for success .                                         8240	 DII	 	5	      VALADEZ,	M	        ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
(Previously EDUC 135, which was previously ED 135)                                                                         to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                           WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
9004	 AAW	 	3	      KONGSLIE,	L	         TWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	             K101
 $27 testing fee.
                                                                                                                          ICS           125             Native American Culture [H]
8990	      DII	      	3	       DE	LEON,	C	                 ARR	            ARR	                                           An introduction to the history and culture of Native American peoples . The situa-
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. There is a $34.55 fee. Students will be required to attend
 one on campus meeting. An Angel orientation is required for students new to Angel – sign up before classes begin         tion of Native Americans in contemporary society is also discussed with particu-
 at http://bit.ly/CBCorient. There is a $27.00 career testing fee. Log on to the website no later than Thurs., April 8,   lar focus on issues of tribal sovereignty . (Previously HIST& 219)
 2010 and complete posted assignments.
                                                                                                                          2008	 DIH	 	5	      ARNOLD,	D	             MW	       11:30AM-12:30PM	         L101
9005	      DII	      	3	       BROUNS,	D	                  ARR	            ARR	                                            Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee.
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.                                    ICS           130             Survey of Asian American Culture [H]
                                                                                                                          An introduction to the history and people of Asian descent in the United States .
                                       HUMAN SERVICES                                                                     This class covers the ethnic, national, cultural, and religious diversity of Ameri-
                                                                                                                          cans who trace their culture and/or origins to Asia as well as the immigration and
HS            110              HIV/AIDS Brief Risk Intervention                                                           acculturation of members of these populations .
Overview of interview/listening skills and counseling theories unique to the                                              8242	 DII	 	5	      SUN,	Y	              ARR	       ARR	
chemically dependent person (adult as well as child/adolescent) who is infected                                            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
with HIV/AIDS or other bloodborne pathogens . Areas to be covered: etiology of                                             to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                           WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 4/5/10, 6:00 p.m., room L101.
HIV, transmission and infection control, testing and counseling, clinical mani-
festations and treatment, legal and ethical issues, and psychosocial issues . This                                        ICS           135             Survey of African American Cultures [H]
course is required by the Washington State Department of Health for certifica-                                            An introduction to the history of African Americans in the United States begin-
tion as a Chemical Dependency Counselor .                                                                                 ning with a study of the ancestors in Africa and ending with a discussion of the
8270	 AA	 	1	      BARR,	K	              F	        	8:00AM-	5:00PM	           L107                                        issue facing the African American community today . (Previously HIST& 220,
                                                                                                                          which was previously HIS 106)
HS            124              Case Management of Chemically Dependent Client
Understanding coordination of assessment, treatment planning, resource iden-                                              2010	 DIH	 	5	     ARNOLD,	D	           TTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	          L101
                                                                                                                           Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee.
tification, service implementation, monitoring progress, legal documentation
requirements, and evaluation of the chemically dependent patient .
2700	 AA	 	3	        BARR,	K	         MTW	      11:30AM-12:30PM	        L107
                                                                                                                                                                      JAPANESE CCN
HS            202              Therapeutic Approaches & Techniques                                                        JAPN& 123                     Japanese III [H]
                                                                                                                          Introduction to the Japanese language including speaking and listening skills,
Introduction to basic counseling skills . This course deals with principles, concepts,                                    reading, writing, and grammar, and the Japanese culture including geography,
and processes of counseling . Counseling skills are demonstrated and practiced .                                          customs, daily life, and heritage . Prerequisite: JAPN& 122 or instructor’s permis-
2702	 AA	 	5	       FRAZIER,	S	           MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	            L107                                    sion . (Previously JPSE 103)
HS            203              Working with Difficult Clients                                                             2502	 AA	 	5	        RYDER,	N	           MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	         W132
This course explores the effect of client resistance and reactance in the counsel-                                        JAPN& 223                     Japanese VI [H]
ing process and methods for assessing and addressing these phenomena . This                                               Extensive practice in all four language skills (reading, writing, speaking, and lis-
course discusses the types of client resistance as well as ways to engage difficult                                       tening) . The course includes cultural readings and in-depth review of basic Jap-
clients . Students also learn to utilize the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM)                                      anese grammar, expansion of basic vocabulary, and a broadening of students
to help with their understanding of some disorders that may lead to client re-                                            understanding of Japanese culture . Prerequisites: JAPN& 222 or instructor’s per-
sistance . Prerequisite: HS 102, or HS 103, or HS 202, or instructor’s permission .                                       mission . (Previously JPSE 203)
2707	 AA	 	5	         FRAZIER,	S	          MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	           L107                                     2504	 AA	 	5	       RYDER,	N	           MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	          W132

35 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                          *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                    Machine Technology – Mathematics                                       Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	       DAY	       TIME	              LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	        DAY	    TIME	                LOCATION

                              MACHINE TECHNOLOGY                                                                                     MATHEMATICS
MT            111             Basic Machine Technology I                                 MATH          080             Whole Numbers
This course is designed to give students skills in using measuring instruments           Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division . Class is held in the Learning
and concepts of machining with a metal lathe . Upon completion of this course,           Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise
students should know how to turn and measure diameters within  .001”, cut                noted . Prerequisite: COMPASS score between 1-19 . (Previously MTH 080)
threads, knurl, and cut tapers . Students will take the COMPASS test first week of       7732	 AA	 	1	       SANDMEIER,	S	      MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	            A221
class if not previously taken .                                                          7734	 BA	 	1	       SANDMEIER,	S	      MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	            A221
6500	 AA	 	5	       WALKER,	R	          DAILY	       ARR	                    V134A       7736	 CA	 	1	       FREESE,	J	         MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	            A221
                                                                                         7738	 DA	 	1	       LIEBLER,	N	        MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
MT            1111            Basic Machine Technology I Lab                             7740	 EA	 	1	       RASMUSSEN,	D	      MTWTh	      12:40PM-	1:40PM	            A221
Work on projects using the lathe to practice the concepts taught in the class .
                                                                                         7742	 FA	 	1	       MITCHELL,	M	       MTWTh	      	1:50PM-	2:50PM	            A221
6502	 AA	 1-	9	 WALKER,	R	             DAILY	     	9:10AM-	1:50PM	         V134          7744	 GA	 	1	       WALTERS,	G	        MTWTh	      	3:00PM-	4:00PM	            A221
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                         7746	 HA	 	1	       WALTERS,	G	        MTWTh	      	4:10PM-	5:10PM	            A221
MT            121             Basic Machine Technology II                                8746	 WB	 	1	       HAGAN,	J	           MW	        	5:20PM-	8:40PM	            A221
This course is designed to build skills and knowledge on vertical and horizontal         8748	 WB1	 	1	      ARTER,	M	           TTh	       	5:20PM-	8:40PM	            A221
milling machine . Upon completion, students should be able to set up a milling           8750	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	              Sa	       	8:30AM-10:30AM	            A221
machine to cut features with a tolerance of  .001” . Prerequisite: MT 111 or instruc-    8752	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	              Sa	       	9:30AM-11:30AM	            A221
tor’s permission .                                                                       8754	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	              Sa	       10:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
6504	 AA	 	5	       WALKER,	R	           DAILY	       ARR	                     V134A     MATH          081             Fractions
                                                                                         Fraction operations and word problems . Class is held in the Learning Opportuni-
MT            1211            Basic Machine Technology II Lab                            ties Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Pre-
Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice the concepts
                                                                                         requisite: COMPASS score between 20-27 . (Previously MTH 081)
taught in class . Prerequisite: MT 1111 or instructor’s permission .
                                                                                         7748	 AA	 	1	      SANDMEIER,	S	       MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           A221
6506	 AA	 1-	9	 WALKER,	R	               DAILY	     	9:10AM-	1:50PM	     V134
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                         7750	 BA	 	1	      SANDMEIER,	S	       MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	           A221
                                                                                         7752	 CA	 	1	      FREESE,	J	          MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	           A221
MT            131             Basic Machine Technology III                               7754	 DA	 	1	      LIEBLER,	N	         MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	           A221
This course is designed to allow students to learn about job planning, schedul-          7756	 EA	 	1	      RASMUSSEN,	D	       MTWTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	           A221
ing, and estimating parts as well as producing a product suggested by the in-            7758	 FA	 	1	      MITCHELL,	M	        MTWTh	     	1:50PM-	2:50PM	           A221
structor . Prerequisites: successful completion of MT 102, MT 111/MT 1111, and           7760	 GA	 	1	      WALTERS,	G	         MTWTh	     	3:00PM-	4:00PM	           A221
MT 121/MT 1211 with a 2 .0 or higher, or instructor’s permission .                       7762	 HA	 	1	      WALTERS,	G	         MTWTh	     	4:10PM-	5:10PM	           A221
6508	 AA	 	5	        WALKER,	R	         DAILY	     ARR	                   V134A          8762	 WB	 	1	      HAGAN,	J	             MW	      	5:20PM-	8:40PM	           A221
                                                                                         8764	 WB1	 	1	     ARTER,	M	             TTh	     	5:20PM-	8:40PM	           A221
MT            1311            Basic Machine Technology III Lab                           7783	 WK	 	1	      LEE,	M	                Sa	     	8:30AM-10:30AM	           A221
Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice the concepts            8766	 WK	 	1	      LEE,	M	                Sa	     	9:30AM-11:30AM	           A221
taught in class . Prerequisite: MT 1211 or instructor’s permission .                     8768	 WK	 	1	      LEE,	M	                Sa	     10:30AM-12:30PM	           A221
6510	 AA	 	9	        WALKER,	R	          DAILY	     	9:10AM-	1:50PM	    V134A
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                         MATH          082             Measures/Decimals/Percentages
                                                                                         Decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, measurements, and graphs . Class is held
MT            211             Advanced Machine Technology I                              in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format un-
This course is designed to build skills and knowledge in Computer Numerical              less otherwise noted . Prerequisite: MATH 081 . (Previously MTH 082)
Controlled (CNC) milling . Upon completion of this course, students should be            7764	 AA	 	2	       SANDMEIER,	S	      MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          A221
able to program, set up, and operate a CNC milling machine . Prerequisite: MT            7766	 BA	 	2	       SANDMEIER,	S	      MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	          A221
131 or instructor’s permission .                                                         7768	 CA	 	2	       FREESE,	J	         MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	          A221
6512	 AA	 	5	       SMITH,	R	           DAILY	   ARR	                    V134            7770	 DA	 	2	       LIEBLER,	N	        MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	          A221
                                                                                         7772	 EA	 	2	       RASMUSSEN,	D	      MTWTh	      12:40PM-	1:40PM	          A221
MT            2111            Advanced Machine Technology I Lab                          7774	 FA	 	2	       MITCHELL,	M	       MTWTh	      	1:50PM-	2:50PM	          A221
Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice the concepts
                                                                                         7776	 GA	 	2	       WALTERS,	G	        MTWTh	      	3:00PM-	4:00PM	          A221
taught in class . Prerequisite: MT 211 or instructor’s permission .
                                                                                         7778	 HA	 	2	       WALTERS,	G	        MTWTh	      	4:10PM-	5:10PM	          A221
6514	 AA	 1-	9	 SMITH,	R	                DAILY	      	9:10AM-	1:50PM	    V134            8778	 WB	 	2	       HAGAN,	J	            MW	       	5:20PM-	8:40PM	          A221
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                         8780	 WB1	 	2	      ARTER,	M	            TTh	      	5:20PM-	8:40PM	          A221
MT            221             Advanced Machine Technology II                             8782	 WK	 	2	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	      	8:30AM-12:30PM	          A221
This course is designed to build skill and knowledge in CNC . Upon completion of         MATH          083             Review Basics
this course, students should be able to program, set up, and operate CNC equip-          A review of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, power and square
ment . Prerequisite: MT 211 or instructor’s permission .                                 roots, measurement and metrics, word problems (fractions, decimals, percent-
6516	 AA	 	5	       SMITH,	R	            DAILY	    ARR	                     V134         ages), and tables and graphs . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Cen-
MT            2211            Advanced Machine Technology II Lab                         ter (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite:
Work on projects using the CNC to practice the concepts taught in class . Prereq-        COMPASS score between 28-43 . (Previously MTH 083)
uisite: MT 2111 or instructor’s permission .                                             7780	 AA	 	2	      SANDMEIER,	S	        MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          A221
6518	 AA	 	9	       SMITH,	R	           DAILY	   	9:50AM-	1:50PM	           V134A        7782	 BA	 	2	      SANDMEIER,	S	        MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	          A221
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                         7784	 CA	 	2	      SMITH,	A	            MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	          V121
                                                                                          Class is taught in a classroom.
MT            231             Advanced Machine Technology III                            7786	      DA	      	2	       LIEBLER,	N	       MTWTh	   11:30AM-12:30PM	         A221
This course is designed to build skill and knowledge in Computer Aided Man-              7788	      EA	      	2	       RASMUSSEN,	D	     MTWTh	   12:40PM-	1:40PM	         A221
ufacturing (CAM) . Upon completion of this course, students should be able to            7790	      FA	      	2	       MITCHELL,	M	      MTWTh	   	1:50PM-	2:50PM	         A221
draw a part in a solid modeling software, write a program with the CAM system,           7792	      GA	      	2	       WALTERS,	G	       MTWTh	   	3:00PM-	4:00PM	         A221
and machine the part on a CNC . Prerequisite: MT 221 or instructor’s permission .        7794	      HA	      	2	       WALTERS,	G	       MTWTh	   	4:10PM-	5:10PM	         A221
6520	 AA	 	5	        SMITH,	R	          DAILY	     ARR	                     V134         8786	      WB	      	2	       HAGAN,	J	          MW	     	5:20PM-	8:40PM	         A221
                                                                                         8788	      WB1	     	2	       ARTER,	M	          TTh	    	5:20PM-	8:40PM	         A221
MT            2311            Advanced Machine Technology III Lab                        8790	      WK	      	2	       SUNDBLAD,	T	        Sa	    	8:30AM-12:30PM	         A221
Work on projects using Solidworks, CAM system, and CNC milling machine to prac-
tice the concepts taught in class . Prerequisite: MT 2211 or instructor’s permission .
6522	 AA	 	9	       SMITH,	R	             DAILY	      	9:50AM-	1:50PM	         V134A
 $11.40 lab fee.

                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                 Credit Classes – 36
            Credit Classes                                                                                   Mathematics
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	               DAY	         TIME	                            LOCATION

MATH          084             Algebra/Geometry                                                                        MATH          097             Algebra Review 2
This introductory course includes signed number operations, algebraic concepts,                                       The second course of a three-quarter sequence (MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098)
ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates, angles, triangles, and area and vol-                                   which covers elementary and intermediate algebra . Topics include: operations
ume . For students who have never taken algebra or who need a refresher before                                        with polynomials, factoring polynomials, solving equations by factoring, expo-
enrolling in MATH 091 . Prerequisite: MATH 082 with appropriate TABE test score,                                      nents, scientific notation, operations with rational expressions, solving rational
or MATH 083, or COMPASS 44-50 placement . (Previously MTH 084)                                                        equations, and applications of all of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: grade of
7796	 AA	 	2	       SANDMEIER,	S	      MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	            A221                                    2 .0 or better in MATH 096 or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 097)
7798	 BA	 	2	       LIEBLER,	N	        MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	            A125                                    5516	 AAW	 	5	      HOWARD,	B	         MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           D113
 Class is taught in a classroom.                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
7800	      CA	      	2	       FREESE,	J	               MTWTh	           10:20AM-11:20AM	                      A221    5518	      BAW	 	5	           SPENCE,	J	             MTWTh	          	9:10AM-10:10AM	                     S233
7802	      DA	      	2	       LIEBLER,	N	              MTWTh	           11:30AM-12:30PM	                      A221     $11.40 lab fee.
8794	      DII	     	2	       LIEBLER,	N	               ARR	            ARR	                                          5520	      CA	      	5	       RUSSELL,	L	            MTWTh	          	9:10AM-10:10AM	                     S143
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits      $11.40 lab fee.
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.                                5522	      DAW	 	5	           SPENCE,	J	             MTWTh	          10:20AM-11:20AM	                     S233
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
7804	      EA	      	2	       RASMUSSEN,	D	            MTWTh	           12:40PM-	1:40PM	                      A221
                                                                                                                      8594	      DII	     	5	       ZHANG,	L	                ARR	          ARR	
7806	      FA	      	2	       MITCHELL,	M	             MTWTh	           	1:50PM-	2:50PM	                      A221     Mandatory orientation 4/5/10 at 4:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Limin Zhang at LZhang@columbiabasin.
7808	      GA	      	2	       WALTERS,	G	              MTWTh	           	3:00PM-	4:00PM	                      A221     edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
                                                                                                                       Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
7810	      HA	      	2	       WALTERS,	G	              MTWTh	           	4:10PM-	5:10PM	                      A221
8796	      WB	      	2	       HAGAN,	J	                 MW	             	5:20PM-	8:40PM	                      A221    5524	      EA	      	5	       HOWARD,	B	             MTWTh	          10:20AM-11:20AM	                     S145
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
8798	      WB1	     	2	       ARTER,	M	                 TTh	            	5:20PM-	8:40PM	                      A221
8800	      WK	      	2	       SUNDBLAD,	T	               Sa	            	8:30AM-12:30PM	                      A221    5526	      FA	      	5	       ZHANG,	L	              MTWTh	          11:30AM-12:30PM	                     S226
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
MATH          095             Intermediate Algebra                                                                    5528	      GA	      	5	       ANDERSON,	A	           MTWTh	          12:40PM-	1:40PM	                     S239
This course is a rapid coverage of high school-level algebra . Topics include: inte-                                   $11.40 lab fee.
ger and rational exponents, operations with polynomials and factoring, opera-                                         8596	      WB	      	5	       THRASHER,	M	             MW	           	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                     S233
tions with rational and radical expressions, solving quadratic and rational equa-                                      $11.40 lab fee.
tions, graphs of lines and parabolas, systems of equations, complex numbers,                                          8598	      XB	      	5	       TRIPATHI,	K	             MW	           	7:30PM-	9:40PM	                     S249
functions, and applications of all of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: 2 .0 or                                       $11.40 lab fee.
better in MATH 097 is acceptable but not advised or COMPASS test placement .                                          8600	      YB	      	5	       TARBERT,	C	              TTh	          	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                     S235
(Previously MTH 095)                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee.
5500	 AA	 	5	        ZHANG,	L	         MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	             S238                                  8602	      ZB	      	5	       DAVIS,	ROB	              TTh	          	7:30PM-	9:40PM	                     S249
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
5502	      BAW	 	5	           DAVIS,	ROEAN	            MTWTh	           10:20AM-11:20AM	                      S248    MATH          098             Algebra Review 3
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                      The third course of a three-quarter sequence (MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098)
5504	      CAW	 	5	           DAVIS,	ROEAN	            MTWTh	           12:40PM-	1:40PM	                     W144     which covers elementary and intermediate algebra . Topics include: graphs of
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                      lines and parabolas, systems of equations, operations with radical expressions,
8582	      DII	     	5	       ZHANG,	L	                  ARR	           ARR	                                          complex numbers, solving quadratic equations, and functions and applications
 Mandatory orientation 4/5/10 at 5:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Limin Zhang at LZhang@columbiabasin.
 edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.           of the aforementioned . A grade of 2 .0 or better in this class will satisfy the Inter-
 Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.       mediate Algebra proficiency requirement for the AA degree . Prerequisite: grade
8584	      WB	      	5	       CUSTER,	J	                 MW	            	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                      D105    of 2 .0 or better in MATH 097 . (Previously MTH 098)
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                      5530	 AA	 	5	         HOWARD,	B	        MTWTh	      	6:50AM-	7:50AM	               S235
8586	      XB	      	5	       MCNABB,	G	                 TTh	           	7:30PM-	9:40PM	                      S247     $11.40 lab fee.
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                      5532	      BA	      	5	       ZHANG,	L	              MTWTh	          	9:10AM-10:10AM	                     S235
MATH          096             Algebra Review 1                                                                         $11.40 lab fee.

The first course of a three-quarter sequence (MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098)                                           5534	      CA	      	5	       HASHAM,	M	             MTWTh	          10:20AM-11:20AM	                     S235
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
which covers elementary and intermediate algebra . Topics include: operations
with real numbers, solutions of linear equations and inequalities, graphing lines,                                    5536	      DA	      	5	       JINDAL,	M	             MTWTh	          11:30AM-12:30PM	                     S233
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
and applications of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: MATH 084 or COMPASS test
placement . (Previously MTH 096)                                                                                      8604	      DII	     	5	       SPENCE,	J	               ARR	          ARR	
                                                                                                                       Mandatory orientaion 4/6/10 at 8:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact John Spence at JSpence@columbiabasin.
5506	 AAW	 	5	       WITHERSPOON	       MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           S235                                     edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                       Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
5508	      BA	      	5	       JULIAN,	R	               MTWTh	           	9:10AM-10:10AM	                      D114    5538	      EA	      	5	       BOURAMA,	T	            MTWTh	          12:40PM-	1:40PM	                     S143
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
5510	      CAW	 	5	           WITHERSPOON	             MTWTh	           10:20AM-11:20AM	                      S249    5540	      FA	      	5	       HASHAM,	M	             MTWTh	          	1:50PM-	2:50PM	                     S247
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
5512	      DA	      	5	       CRIDDLE,	N	              MTWTh	           11:30AM-12:30PM	                      S143    8606	      WB	      	5	       DESTEESE,	S	             MW	           	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                     D113
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
8588	      DII	     	5	       HASHAM,	M	                 ARR	           ARR	                                          8608	      XB	      	5	       LIU,	S	                  MW	           	7:30PM-	9:40PM	                     S239
 Mandatory orientation 4/6/10 at 5:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Melissa Hasham at MHasham@columbiabasin.              $11.40 lab fee.
 edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
 Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.       8610	      YB	      	5	       KHADER,	A	               TTh	          	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                     S233
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
5514	      EA	      	5	       CRIDDLE,	N	              MTWTh	           12:40PM-	1:40PM	                      S233    8612	      ZB	      	5	       TRIPATHI,	K	             TTh	          	7:30PM-	9:40PM	                     D113
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.
8590	      WB	      	5	       UNDEM,	R	                  MW	            	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                      N104
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                      MATH          102             Geometric Tools for Vocational Application
8592	      XB	      	5	       VIDOT,	J	                  TTh	           	7:30PM-	9:40PM	                      N104    The second course of a three-quarter sequence designed to introduce the voca-
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                      tional student to the tools necessary to solve mathematical problems applicable
                                                                                                                      to the student’s trade . Topics include fundamental instruction in plane and solid
                                                                                                                      geometry including linear, area, and volumetric calculations of various composite
                                                                                                                      shapes . Prerequisite: 2 .0 or higher in MATH 100 . (Previously MTH 102)
                                                                                                                      5542	 AA	 	3	       GUILBAULT,	F	         MW	        10:50AM-12:10PM	         V128
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee.




37 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                      *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                                       Mathematics – Mathematics CCN                                                   Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                          COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	             DAY	         TIME	                           LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	               DAY	         TIME	                            LOCATION

MATH          106             Business Mathematics                                                             MATH          246             Discrete Structures [M/S] [Q/SR]
Mathematical concepts used in business such as interest, buying, selling, and                                  An introduction to discrete mathematics, trees, graphs, elementary logic, and
depreciation . Required by some majors for AAS degree; does not satisfy math                                   combinatorics with applications to computer science . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0
requirement for AA degree . This course does not satisfy the prerequisite require-                             or better in MATH& 141 . A knowledge of computers, programming, and calculus
ments for courses requiring MATH 095 . Prerequisite: MATH 084 or COMPASS test                                  would be beneficial but is not required . (Previously MTH 246)
placement . (Previously MTH 106)                                                                               5558	 AA	 	5	     ROGERS,	L	          MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	        S249
5546	 AAW	 	5	     ZABARAUSKAS	       MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	           W147                               $11.40 lab fee.
 $11.40 lab fee.
5548	      BAW	 	5	           ZABARAUSKAS	          MTWTh	          12:40PM-	1:40PM	                  W147
                                                                                                               MATH          255             Differential Equations [M/S] [Q/SR]
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                               Beginning course in differential equations . Topics include first order methods,
8614	      WB	      	5	       MCNAMAR,	M	             TTh	          	7:30PM-	9:40PM	                   S145    linear differential operators, Laplace transforms, series methods, and numerical
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                               techniques . Prerequisite: MATH& 153 or equivalent . MATH& 153 may be taken
                                                                                                               concurrently . (Previously MTH 254)
MATH          108             Math for Early Childhood Education                                               5560	 AA	 	5	        BOURAMA,	T	         MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	        S248
An elementary introduction to problem-solving, fractions and decimals, prob-                                    $11.40 lab fee.
ability and statistics, geometry and measurement, and functions and graphs . In-
tended for early childhood and para education majors only . Prerequisite: MATH
084 or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 108)
                                                                                                                                                    MATHEMATICS CCN
8616	 WB	 	5	         BARTRAND,	M	      MW	      	5:00PM-	7:10PM	          S247                                MATH& 107                     Math In Society [M/S] [Q/SR]
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                               This class is designed for students who have successfully completed intermedi-
                                                                                                               ate algebra . This course will attempt to make mathematics enjoyable, practical,
MATH          122             Informal Geometry/Elementary Teachers [M/S][Q/SR]                                understandable, and informative using a variety of real-life applications . Topics
An informal approach to the basic ideas of geometry; including construction,                                   include: linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic models, geometry, tes-
congruence and similarity, transformations, symmetry, measurement, and co-                                     sellations, fractals, logic, interest, annuities, loans, probability, and statistics . The
ordinate geometry . This course satisfies the quantitative skills requirement for                              class will satisfy the quantitative skills requirement for the AA degree . Prerequi-
the AA degree, provided that MATH 121 has also been successfully completed .                                   site: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement .
Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 121 . (Previously MTH 122)                                       (Previously MTH 130)
8618	 WB	 	5	      TATE,	C	               MW	        	5:00PM-	7:10PM	       S235                               5554	 AA	 	5	          ANDERSON,	A	        MTWTh	        	8:00AM-	9:00AM	             S233
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                $11.40 lab fee.

MATH          123             Algebra,Probability,Stats Elementary [M/S][Q/SR]                                 8622	      DII	     	5	       BOURAMA,	T	              ARR	          ARR	
                                                                                                                Mandatory orientation 4/5/10 at 7:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Toure Bourama at TBourama@columbiabasin.
An elementary introduction to algebraic reasoning, probability, and statistics . Pri-                           edu for further information. This course is priimarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
marily for elementary education majors . This course satisfies the quantitative skills                          Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
requirement for the AA degree, provided that MATH 121 has been successfully
completed . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 121 . (Previously MTH 123)
                                                                                                               MATH& 141                     Precalculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]
                                                                                                               Designed to prepare students for entry into basic calculus . Precalculus I togeth-
5552	 AA	 	5	      BARTRAND,	M	           MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	           S247                          er with Precalculus II is designed to prepare students for entry into the calculus
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                               sequence: MATH& 151, MATH& 152, MATH& 153, and MATH& 254 . The topics in-
MATH          147             Finite Math [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                         clude: absolute value, complex numbers, linear and quadratic equations, rational,
Fundamental concepts of mathematics emphasizing appreciation and respect                                       polynomial, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions, theory of
for precise definitions and logical reasoning . A course especially suited for stu-                            equations, and sequences and series . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH
dents in the behavioral, managerial, and social sciences . Topics include matrices,                            095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement . Students completing MATH& 141
systems of linear equations and inequalities, finance, probability and counting                                may not receive graduation credit for MATH& 144 . (Previously MTH 154)
techniques, game theory, decision analysis, and Markov chains . Prerequisite:                                  5562	 AA	 	5	       MEIER,	P	           MTWTh	     	6:50AM-	7:50AM	             S247
grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement .                                      $11.40 lab fee.
(Previously MTH 147)                                                                                           5564	      BA	      	5	       HASHAM,	M	             MTWTh	          	9:10AM-10:10AM	                     S247
                                                                                                                $11.40 lab fee.
5556	 AA	 	5	        BOURAMA,	T	       MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	           S248
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                               5566	      CA	      	5	       JINDAL,	M	             MTWTh	          10:20AM-11:20AM	                    W144
                                                                                                                $11.40 lab fee.
8624	      DII	     	5	       MEIER,	P	               ARR	          ARR	
 Mandatory orientation 4/5/10 at 6:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Paul Meier at p.meier@columbiabasin.edu for   5568	      DA	      	5	       BARTRAND,	M	           MTWTh	          11:30AM-12:30PM	                     S247
 further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com. Students    $11.40 lab fee.
 may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                               8628	      DII	     	5	       HASHAM,	M	               ARR	          ARR	
                                                                                                                Mandatory orientation 4/6/10 at 6:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Melissa Hasham at MHasham@columbiabasin.
MATH          199             Special Studies                                                                   edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
The first of a two part mathematical series to assist the machine student with                                  Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
the tools necessary to solve problems associated with the field of endeavor-“The                               5570	      EA	      	5	       ZHANG,	L	              MTWTh	          12:40PM-	1:40PM	                     S249
Machine Shop .” Topics include introduction and use of the 21 geometric princi-                                 $11.40 lab fee.
ples, areas and volumes of various shapes and complex problems involving the                                   8630	      WB	      	5	       STEPHENSON	              MW	           	7:30PM-	9:40PM	                     S233
frustums of pyramids and cones .                                                                                $11.40 lab fee.

8649	 AA	 1-	4	 GUILBAULT,	F	          MTThF	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         V132A                               MATH& 142                     Precalculus II [M/S] [Q/SR]
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                               Precalculus II is the second quarter of the precalculus sequence . Precalculus II
MATH          243             Linear Algebra [MS/] [Q/SR]                                                      is predominantly trigonometry . The topics include trigonometric functions and
Designed for physical science majors in fields such as mathematics, engineer-                                  their inverses, solving triangles, circular functions, identities, conditional equa-
ing, and physics . Topics include vectors, matrices and determinants, lines and                                tions, complex numbers in polar form, conic sections, parametric and polar equa-
planes in 3-space, linear systems, vector spaces, linear transformations, eigen-                               tions, systems of equations, matrices and determinants, and vectors . Prerequisite:
values, and eigenvectors . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH& 151 . (Pre-                          grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH& 141 . Students completing MATH& 142 may not
viously MTH 243)                                                                                               receive graduation credit for MATH& 144 . (Previously MTH 155)
8626	 WBW	 	5	      GARDNER,	P	           MW	         	7:30PM-	9:40PM	           S235                          5572	 AA	 	5	        WHITEMARSH	         MTWTh	      	6:50AM-	7:50AM	           S248
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                               5574	      BA	      	5	       CRIDDLE,	N	            MTWTh	          10:20AM-11:20AM	                     S143
                                                                                                                $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                               8632	      WB	      	5	       WIETSMA,	M	              MW	           	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                     S248
                                                                                                                $11.40 lab fee.




                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                                   Credit Classes – 38
            Credit Classes                                                          Mathematics CCN – Medical Assistant
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	               DAY	         TIME	                            LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	         DAY	     TIME	              LOCATION

MATH& 146                     Introduction to Stats [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                  MATH& 254                     Calculus IV [M/S] [Q/SR]
A course especially suited for the non-physical science major such as business,                                   An introduction to the calculus applied to functions of two or three variables .
behavioral sciences, computer science, etc . A study of both descriptive and in-                                  Topics include: functions of several variables, partial derivatives, differentials,
ferential statistics . It includes measures of central tendency, probability, sam-                                directional derivatives, multiple integration, vector fields, line integrals, Green’s
pling methods, hypothesis testing, linear regression, and correlation . Prerequi-                                 Theorem, surface integrals, the Divergence Theorem, and Stokes’s Theorem . Pre-
site: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement .                                  requisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH& 153 or equivalent . (Previously MTH 234)
(Previously MTH 143)                                                                                              5594	 AAW	 	5	       CRAWFORD,	C	         MTWTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	            S235
5576	 AA	 	5	          ROGERS,	L	        MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          S249                                $11.40 lab fee.
 $11.40 lab fee.
5578	      BA	
 $11.40 lab fee.
                    	5	       RUSSELL,	L	            MTWTh	          10:20AM-11:20AM	                     S226                                       MEDICAL ASSISTANT
5580	      CA	      	5	       CRAWFORD,	C	           MTWTh	          11:30AM-12:30PM	                     S249    MA            111             Pharmacology I
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  Provides a basic knowledge of pharmacology including the legal ethical issues,
5582	      DA	      	5	       BULSON,	L	             MTWTh	          12:40PM-	1:40PM	                     S248    the terms and abbreviations, the involvement of governmental agencies, the
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  role of the providers and allied health professional, reading, interpreting and
8634	      DII	     	5	       RUSSELL,	L	              ARR	          ARR	                                         documenting the medication orders; and the effects of medication and com-
 Mandatory orientation 4/5/10 at 8:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Larry Russell at LRussell@columbiabasin.         mon drugs used with each body system including antineoplastics, analgesics,
 edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.       antipyretics, nutritional supplements, and alternative medicines . Prerequisites:
 Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                  MATH 082 or COMPASS score of MATH 083 . Required admission into the Medi-
8636	      DII	     	5	       BOURAMA,	T	              ARR	          ARR	                                         cal Assistant program . Information available at the Health Sciences Division of-
 Mandatory orientation 4/5/10 at 7:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Toure Bourama at TBourama@columbiabasin.
 edu for further information. This course is priimarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.      fice, (509) 544-8300 .
 Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                  9470	 AAW	 	5	       CLARKE,	H	       MTWTh	       	1:00PM-	2:20PM	        248	A*
5584	      EA	      	5	       BULSON,	L	             MTWTh	          	6:50AM-	7:50AM	                     S233
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  MA            114             Human Body Structure, Function and Diseases I
8638	      WB	      	5	       WEIER,	C	                MW	           	7:30PM-	9:40PM	                     S248    This is the first of two structure and function classes introducing cellular function,
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  organ systems of the body, the anatomy and physiology of the integumentary,
8640	      XB	      	5	       WEIER,	C	                MW	           	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                     A329    skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine systems, the senses and the blood, and
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  the common diseases and their pathology of each of these body systems . Pre-
                                                                                                                  requisites: AOT 147/HIT 147 . Required admission into the Medical Assistant pro-
MATH& 148                     Business Calculus [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                      gram . Information available at the Health Sciences Division office, (509) 544-8300 .
Designed for non-physical science majors such as business, management, be-
havioral science, and social science . Topics include: relations, functions, expo-                                9472	 AAW	 	4	         STAFF	             MTWTh	      11:00AM-11:50AM	            242*
nential and logarithmic functions, derivatives and their applications, integrals                                  MA            140             Administrative Medical Assistant Office Procedures I
and their applications, and functions of several variables . Prerequisite: grade of                               This course defines the front office roles and responsibilities of an administrative
2 .0 or better in MATH& 141 or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 210)                                      medical assistant . Major topics covered are a history of the profession, communi-
5586	 AA	 	5	       RUSSELL,	L	         MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	            S248                               cation, patient education, and performing administrative office duties including
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  reception, appointment scheduling, and the use of computers in the medical of-
8642	      WB	      	5	       ROGERS,	L	               MW	           	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                    W143     fice . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Medical Assisting program .
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                  9474	 AAW	 	5	        CLARKE,	H	         MTWTh	      	2:30PM-	3:50PM	         248	A*
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee.
MATH& 151                     Calculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]
The first course in the sequence for students whose major field of study requires                                 MA            141             Career Development for Medical Assistants
a full year of calculus . Topics include: limits of algebraic and trigonometric expres-                           This class covers professionalism in a medical office, successful job search, inter-
sions, the derivatives of algebraic and trigonometric functions; applications of the                              view techniques, the importance of networking, and how to be successful on the
derivative, and an introduction to antiderivatives, and the definite and indefinite                               job . Prerequisite: required admission into the Medical Assistant program . Infor-
integral . Prerequisites: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH& 141 and MATH& 142 or                                   mation available at the Health Sciences Division office, (509) 544-8300 .
MATH& 144, or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 231)                                                       9476	 AAW	 	2	        CLARKE,	H	          F	        	8:00AM-10:00AM	          248	A*
5588	 AA	 	5	         MEIER,	P	             MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	          S145
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  MA            215             Clinical Procedures Theory II
8644	      WB	      	5	       DAVIS,	ROEAN	            TTh	          	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                     S238    This class provides a theoretical foundation for the gynecological exam and pre-
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  natal care pediatric exam, cardiopulmonary procedures, colon procedures, in-
                                                                                                                  troduction to the clinical laboratory, urinalysis, phlebotomy, hematology, blood
MATH& 152                     Calculus II [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                            chemistry and serology, medical microbiology, and office emergencies . Prereq-
A continuation of MATH& 151 . Topics include: applications of the definite in-                                    uisite: required admission into the Medical Assistant program . Information avail-
tegral; differentiation and integration of logarithmic, exponential and inverse                                   able at the Health Sciences Division office, (509) 544-8300 .
trigonometric functions; hyperbolic functions and their inverses, techniques of                                   9478	 AAW	 	4	      CLARKE,	H	            MTW	       	9:10AM-10:30AM	       248	A*
integration; indeterminate forms, and improper integrals . Prerequisite: grade of
2 .0 or better in MATH& 151 or equivalent . (Previously MTH 232)                                                  MA            2151            Clinical Procedures Lab II
5590	 AA	 	5	        ANDERSON,	A	      MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	          S235                                 This class provides for a practice in basic patient exam techniques/procedures/
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  lab tests commonly performed in the provider’s office or clinic . Lab to be taken
8646	      WB	      	5	       STAFF	                   TTh	          	7:30PM-	9:40PM	                     S233    concurrently with MA 215 . Prerequisite: required admission into the Medical
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  Assistant program . Information available at the Health Sciences Division office,
                                                                                                                  (509) 544-8300 .
MATH& 153                     Calculus III [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                           9480	 AA	 	4	       CLARKE,	H	           MTW	        10:50AM-12:50PM	         112*
A continuation of MATH& 152 . Topics include: infinite sequences and series, con-
ics, parametric equations, polar coordinates, arc length, vectors in two and three                                	       	     	     CLARKE,	H	             Th	       	9:00AM-11:00AM	         112*
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee.
dimensions, surfaces, cylindrical coordinates, and spherical coordinates . Prereq-
uisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH& 152 or equivalent . (Previously MTH 233)                                 MA            240             Admin Medical Assistant Office Procedures II
5592	 AA	 	5	         JINDAL,	M	        MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          S247                                This course will expand on front office roles and responsibilities of an adminis-
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  trative medical assistant . Major topics covered are introductory level bookkeep-
8648	      WB	      	5	       STAFF	                   MW	           	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                     S249    ing, medical billing, medical banking services and procedures, management of
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  practice finances, and the use of computers in the medical office . Prerequisite:
                                                                                                                  acceptance into the Medical Assisting program .
                                                                                                                  9482	 AAW	 	5	      ALGER,	C	            MTWTh	     	7:50AM-	9:00AM	        248	A*
                                                                                                                  	       	    	      CLARKE,	H	           MTWTh	     	7:50AM-	9:00AM	        248	A*


39 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                  *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                                                   Medical Imaging – Music                                            Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	       DAY	      TIME	                LOCATION

                                     MEDICAL IMAGING                                                                  MUSC          122             Applied Music
                                                                                                                      Private lessons on wind, percussion, and keyboard instruments . Instruction may
IMAGE 100                     Bone Densitometry                                                                       be by CBC faculty or by instructors approved by the CBC Music department . There
An in-depth analysis of bone densitometry positioning, exposure techniques,                                           may be additional fees charged by the instructor . These courses are intended for
quality control, film critiquing, and radiation safety . Prerequisite: currently en-                                  students who are pursuing a degree in music . (Previously MUS 122)
rolled in an approved Radiologic Technology program or ARRT Certified Radio-
logic Technologist .                                                                                                  8076	 AA	 	1	       HUBBS,	R	            ARR	       ARR	
9500	 ACW	 	4	       STAFF	               M	        	6:00PM-	9:15PM	            135*                                  MUSC          123             Applied Music
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog       Private vocal lessons . Instruction may be by CBC faculty or by instructors ap-
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.
                                                                                                                      proved by the CBC Music department . There may be additional fees charged by
IMAGE 110                     Bone Densitometry Clinical Practicum                                                    the instructor . These courses are intended for students who are pursuing a de-
Students are assigned to a bone densitometry department for 132 hours to sat-                                         gree in music . (Previously MUS 123)
isfy clinical competency requirements of the ARRT for eligibility to sit for the                                      8078	 AA	 	1	        CAZIER,	D	          ARR	      ARR	
ARRT advanced-level exam in bone densitometry . Prerequisite: currently en-                                           MUSC          124             Applied Music
rolled in an approved Radiologic Technology program or ARRT Certified Radio-                                          Private lessons on string instruments . Instruction may be by CBC faculty or by
logic Technologist .                                                                                                  instructors approved by the CBC Music department . There may be additional
9502	 AC	 	4	        STAFF	           ARR	     ARR	                                                                   fees charged by the instructor . These courses are intended for students who are
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.                                                                                pursuing a degree in music . (Previously MUS 124)
                                                                                                                      8080	 AA	 	1	      BURROUGHS,	R	         ARR	       ARR	
IMAGE 225                     Mammography
An in-depth analysis of mammographic positioning, exposure techniques, qual-                                          MUSC          125             Orchestra
ity control, film critiquing, and radiation safety . Prerequisite: currently enrolled                                 Introduction in and performance of standard orchestral literature . In all perform-
in an approved Radiologic Technology program or ARRT Certified Radiologic                                             ing groups a maximum of six elective credits can be applied to an AA degree .
Technologist .                                                                                                        Prerequisites: orchestra instrument background and instructor’s permission .
                                                                                                                      (Previously MUS 125)
9504	 ACW	 	4	        STAFF	               Th	        	6:00PM-	9:15PM	           135*
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog       8082	 WB	 	1	      BURROUGHS,	R	       Th	      	7:30PM-	9:30PM	               P103
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.
                                                                                                                      MUSC          136             Piano Class
IMAGE 229                     Mammography Clinical                                                                    Group piano instruction for music majors and minors who cannot meet entrance
Students are assigned to a mammography department for 132 hours to satisfy                                            requirements in piano and for all students interested in beginning piano . (Pre-
clinical competency requirements of the ARRT for eligibility to sit for the ARRT ad-                                  viously MUS 136)
vanced-level exam in mammography . Prerequisite: acceptance into the program .                                        0402	 AA	 	2	     MANCINELLI,	K	      MTTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	          P102
9506	 AC	 	4	      STAFF	              ARR	       ARR	                                                                 $11.40 lab fee.
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog       0404	      BA	      	2	       MANCINELLI,	K	   MTTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	         P102
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.                                                                                 $11.40 lab fee.

IMAGE 270                     CT Clinical Practicum I                                                                 MUSC          137             Jazz Band
Provides hands-on experience in the clinical setting . Students perform designat-                                     Study, rehearse, and perform jazz, commercial, and big band literature . Perfor-
ed tasks associated with CT scanning and procedures under direct and indirect                                         mances required on and off campus . A maximum of six elective credits from this
supervision . Completion of this course prepares the student for entry-level work                                     course can be applied to an AA degree . Prerequisite: audition and/or instructor’s
in a CT department . Prerequisite: currently enrolled in an approved Radiologic                                       permission . (Previously MUS 137)
Technology program, ARRT Certified Radiologic Technologist, ARRT Certified Ra-
diation Therapist, or NMTCB Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist .                                                 0406	 AA	 1-	3	 HUBBS,	R	              DAILY	      12:40PM-	1:40PM	          P103
9508	 AC	 1-12	 FOX,	R	                  ARR	      ARR	                                                               MUSC          140             Vocal Jazz
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog       Emphasis on swing and vocal jazz concepts within a performance ensemble . Per-
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.
                                                                                                                      formances required on and off campus . In all performing groups a maximum of
IMAGE 271                     MRI Clinical Practicum                                                                  six elective credits from this course can be applied to an AA degree . Prerequisite:
Provides hands-on experience in the clinical setting . Students perform designat-                                     instructor’s permission . (Previously MUS 140)
ed tasks associated with MRI scanning and procedures under direct and indirect                                        0408	 AA	 1-	3	 CAZIER,	D	               DAILY	     	1:50PM-	2:50PM	           P203
supervision . Prerequisite: currently enrolled in an approved Radiologic Technol-                                     MUSC          147             Instrument Ensemble
ogy program, ARRT Certified Radiologic Technologist, ARRT Certified Radiation                                         The following ensembles will be organized if enrollment warrants: brass ensem-
Therapist, or NMTCB Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist .                                                         ble, woodwind ensemble, string ensemble, and mixed instrumental ensemble .
9510	 AC	 1-12	 FOX,	R	                   ARR	       ARR	                                                             A maximum of six elective credits from this course can be applied to an AA de-
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.                                                                                gree . (Previously MUS 147)
                                                                                                                      8084	 AA	 	1	       BURROUGHS,	R	     ARR	       ARR	
                                                 MUSIC                                                                MUSC          173             Ear Training Fundamentals
MUSC          116             History of Jazz [H]                                                                     This class focuses on developing the skills to correctly identify seventh chords
The evolution of jazz and the development of black music in white America . This is                                   (both in root position and inversion), diatonic chord progression, and simple
an intercultural humanities course . Emphasis on listening and enjoyment through                                      melodies containing basic non-harmonic tones . This class should be taken con-
the use of recordings, attendance at concerts, and films . (Previously MUS 116)                                       currently with MUSC& 143 . Offered spring quarter only . (Previously MUS 173)
0400	 AA	 	5	       CAZIER,	D	         MTWTh	        	9:10AM-10:10AM	        D105                                     0410	 AA	 	1	       HUBBS,	R	          ARR	       ARR	
0401	 BA	 	5	       HUBBS,	R	           DAILY	       10:20AM-11:20AM	        P103                                     MUSC          181             Chorus
8072	 DII	 	5	      CLARK,	D	            ARR	        ARR	                                                             Instruction and performance of standard choral literature from a variety of his-
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or   torical periods and cultures . Performances required on and off campus . Open to
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave          all students . A maximum of six credits from this course can be applied to an AA
 Clark by the second day of class, either via email at dclark@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.
                                                                                                                      degree . (Previously MUS 181)
MUSC          118             Band                                                                                    0412	 AA	 1	        CAZIER,	D	           TTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	         P203
Instruction and performance of standard and contemporary wind literature . In
all performing groups, a maximum of six elective credits may be applied to an
AA degree . (Previously MUS 118)
8074	 WB	 1-	2	 HUBBS,	R	             T	        	7:30PM-	9:30PM	         P103


                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                               Credit Classes – 40
            Credit Classes                                                                   Music CCN – Nutrition & Food CCN
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                     COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                   DAY	          TIME	                              LOCATION     	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                   DAY	          TIME	                              LOCATION

MUSC          244             Advanced Vocal Jazz                                                                         NRS           231             Nursing VI
Emphasis on traditional and contemporary vocal jazz concepts in an advanced                                               A progression from NRS 221/NRS 2211 with additional physiological and psy-
ensemble situation . Extensive audition required each spring for the following                                            chological health needs . Concurrent focus on exploration of nursing roles and
academic year . Performances required on and off campus . A maximum of six                                                organizational approach to the delivery of nursing and healthcare . Clinical expe-
credits from this course can be applied to an AA degree . Prerequisite: instruc-                                          rience focuses on the refinement of advanced nursing skills, critical thinking, and
tor’s permission . (Previously MUS 242)                                                                                   leadership abilities to assist students in transition from the classroom to employ-
0415	 AA	 1-	3	 CAZIER,	D	            DAILY	     	1:50PM-	2:50PM	           P203                                          ment . The professional issues focus on the history and trends of nursing, legal
                                                                                                                          aspects, community health, and current political issues concerning nursing . A
MUSC          276             Advanced Ear Training                                                                       project reviewing normal pediatric growth and development as well as care of
This class focuses on developing the skills to correctly notate chord progressions                                        the pediatric client in the healthcare setting is required . Prerequisites: NRS 221/
using inversions and chromatically altered chords, four-part dictation, and iden-                                         NRS 2211; PSYC& 200 and SOC& 101 or concurrent enrollment . All must have a
tification of scales, chords, and progressions as used in 20th century techniques .                                       grade of 2 .0 or above .
This class should be taken concurrently with MUSC& 243 . Offered spring quarter
                                                                                                                          9306	 ACW	 	5	       HOERNER,	M	           WTh	        	9:00AM-12:00PM	         249*
only . (Previously MUS 276)
0416	 AA	 	1	         BURROUGHS,	R	       ARR	      ARR	                                                                  NRS           2311            Nursing VI Lab
                                                                                                                          Lab to be taken concurrently with NRS 231 .
MUSC          281             Advanced Chorus                                                                             9308	 AC	 	8	     MOFFITT,	S	         MT	                                  	7:00AM-	4:00PM	                       249*
Instruction and performance of advanced choral literature from a variety of his-
                                                                                                                          	      	     	    MORRIS,	P	          MT	                                  	7:00AM-	4:00PM	                       249*
torical periods and cultures . Performances required on and off campus . A maxi-
mum of six credits from this course can be applied to an AA degree . Prerequisite:                                        NRS           232             Professional Issues II
instructor’s permission . (Previously MUS 281)                                                                            One credit class provides an overview of contemporary health care, regulations
0418	 AA	 1-	3	 CAZIER,	D	              DAILY	     11:30AM-12:30PM	          P203                                         of Registered Nurse practice, collective bargaining, conflict management, safety
                                                                                                                          in the workplace, and boundary issues for professional nurses . Prerequisite: con-
                                             MUSIC CCN                                                                    current enrollment in NRS 231/NRS 2311 .
                                                                                                                          9312	 ACW	 	1	      IRWIN,	L	            ARR	      ARR	                       249*
MUSC& 105                     Music Appreciation [H]
The study of musical literature from early times to the present . Emphasis on lis-
tening and enjoyment through the use of recordings, attendance at concerts,
                                                                                                                                                            NURSING ASSISTANT
and films . (Previously MUS 115)                                                                                          NA            100             Nursing Assistant
0420	 AA	 	5	       BURROUGHS,	R	     MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	         P203                                          This course leads to the ability of those completing the course to become eli-
0422	 BA	 	5	       BURROUGHS,	R	     MTWTh	       10:20AM-11:20AM	         P203                                          gible for testing as a Nursing Assistant Certified . The course covers communica-
8092	 DII	 	5	      PEDERSEN,	R	        ARR	       ARR	                                                                   tion and interpersonal skills, infection control, safety and emergency procedures,
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to      promoting resident independence, respecting resident rights, basic nursing skills,
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.   personal care skills, mental health and social services needs, care of the cogni-
 See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Bob Pedersen
 by the second day of class, either via email at bpedersen@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4387.               tively impaired resident, basic restorative care, resident rights, HIPAA, First Aid
                                                                                                                          and CPR for the healthcare provider, HIV/AIDS, dementia, and cultural aware-
MUSC& 143                     Music Theory III                                                                            ness . Concurrent enrollment into NA 1001 Lab . Students are required to dem-
Courses must be taken in sequence . The melodic, rhythmic, and harmonic ele-                                              onstrate skills associated with each of the course subjects within the laboratory
ments of music through writing, analysis, ear-training, sight singing, and keyboard                                       or clinical setting . More information is available from the Health Sciences Divi-
work . Music background is required . Students with no piano background must                                              sion office, (509) 544-8300 .
take MUSC 136 concurrently . Prerequisite: MUSC& 142 . Offered spring quarter                                             9316	 AC	 	4	         FLATEN,	S	          MTWF	       12:00PM-	1:30PM	         141*
only . (Previously MUS 103)                                                                                                Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
                                                                                                                           and at the Health Sciences web sites.
0424	 AA	 	5	       HUBBS,	R	          MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	           P103
MUSC& 243                     Music Theory VI                                                                             NA            1001            Nursing Assistant Lab
Melody harmonization, harmonic dictation, chromatic harmony, advanced modu-                                               This course provides skills for laboratory and clinical requirements for the Nurs-
lation, 20th century techniques, and oral composition . Prerequisite: MUSC& 242 .                                         ing Assistant lecture course . Students are involved in on-campus learning labo-
Offered spring quarter only . (Previously MUS 206)                                                                        ratory experiences as well as clinical rotations within community health facilities .
0428	 AA	 	5	       BURROUGHS,	R	      MTWTh	    	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           P103                                          9318	 AC	 	4	       FLATEN,	S	            MTWF	      10:00AM-11:30AM	          109*
                                                                                                                           Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
                                                                                                                           and at the Health Sciences web sites.
                                                NURSING
NRS           131             Nursing III                                                                                                               NUTRITION & FOOD CCN
A continuation of NRS 121/NRS 1211 with further exploration of physical and
mental illness throughout the life span . Normal labor, delivery, and postpartum
                                                                                                                          NUTR& 101                     Nutrition [M/S]
                                                                                                                          Principles of nutrition as they apply to macro-nutrients . Economic, cultural, and
care are introduced . A continuing and increasing emphasis on the use of the
                                                                                                                          psychological influences are considered . The need for vitamins, minerals, and
nursing process to plan, deliver, and evaluate nursing care in the clinical setting .
                                                                                                                          special nutritional requirements at different stages of the lifecycle and special
Prerequisites: BIOL& 242/BIOL& 242L; NRS 121/NRS 1211; PSYC& 100, and ENGL&
                                                                                                                          topics of current concern are included . (Previously NFS 111)
101 or concurrent enrollment . All must have a grade of 2 .0 or above .
                                                                                                                          5210	 AAW	 	5	       BURLINGAME	        MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	          W150
9300	 ACW	 	5	     TUCKER,	K	             MT	      	9:00AM-12:00PM	             249*
                                                                                                                          5212	 BAW	 	5	       BURLINGAME	        MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	          W150
NRS           1311            Nursing III Lab                                                                             5214	 CAW	 	5	       BURLINGAME	        MTWTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	          W150
Lab to be taken concurrently with NRS 131 .                                                                               8494	 DII	 	5	       BARTON,	D	          ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                           Students taking this class will need to purchase an Access Code in addition to the course textbook. Website
9302	 AC	 	5	     BURNS,	L	           WTh	                                 	6:50AM-11:20AM	                       249*     information for purchasing the Access Code will be provided at the beginning of the quarter by the instructor via
                                                                                                                           WebCT. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
NRS           1351            Nursing Trends Lab                                                                           visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel
A campus laboratory experience designed to allow nursing students time to gain                                             or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.
proficiency in nursing skills before actual practice in the hospital setting . Stu-                                       8496	      WBW	 	5	           PEDERSON,	A	                 MW	             	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                    W180C
dents enrolled in the Nursing program register for this class each quarter . Pass/
Fail class . Prerequisite: enrollment in the Nursing program .
9304	 BCW	 	2	        HORNTVEDT,	T	         M	       12:40PM-	1:40PM	          249*




41 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                          *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                         Paralegal – Parent Education                                                Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                       COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	         DAY	   TIME	                   LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                DAY	         TIME	                           LOCATION

                                            PARALEGAL                                       PMD           206             Paramedic VI
                                                                                            Sixth and final major course in the Paramedic sequence . This course provides skills
PL            123             Advanced Contract Law                                         and knowledge necessary to assess and manage emergencies of a gastrointes-
The study of promissory agreements between two or more persons that create,                 tinal, urological, toxicological, or environmental nature . It additionally reviews
modify, or destroy legal relations . Course includes the study of offer, acceptance,        special considerations of mass casualty, hazardous materials, rescue, and crime
and consideration . Prerequisite: PL 122 with a grade of 2 .0 or better .                   scene awareness . Students will also complete a term paper during this quarter,
8150	 WB	 	3	       BROWN,	B	              Th	       	5:00PM-	7:20PM	         W180C         of an approved subject . At the completion of this course, students will complete
PL            133             Advanced Torts                                                a term paper and oral presentation . This course follows the 1998 DOT National
Studying personal injury case law . Prerequisite: PL 132 with a grade of 2 .0 or better .   Standard Curriculum for EMT-Paramedics, and is designed to give students the
                                                                                            foundation to continue training to become eligible to take the National Regis-
8152	 WB	 	3	      HOFFMANN,	R	           Th	         	5:00PM-	7:20PM	           W180B      try EMT-Paramedic Exam . The lab portion of the course focuses on the comple-
PL            143             Trial Preparation                                             tion of hospital internship where students continue to work on their minimum
This course explores the use of investigative techniques in both the civil and crimi-       competencies in the emergency department, respiratory therapy, cardiac cath-
nal arenas, including crime scene and physical evidence, civil rules of evidence,           eterization lab, intensive care units, pediatrics, neonate intensive care unit, ob-
and witness location and interviews . Teaches how the evidence gathered may                 stetrics unit, and psychiatric rotations . Students continue the field/ambulance
eventually be used in trial through participation in a mock trial .                         clinical competencies .
8154	 WB	 	3	       FEENEY,	K	             T	       	5:00PM-	7:20PM	          W180B         9412	 WDW	 	6	       NILSON,	E	            MW	       	6:00PM-	9:00PM	           204*
                                                                                             Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
PL            145             Family Law                                                     and at the Health Sciences web sites.
The various laws and regulations of community and separate property along                   PMD           2063            Paramedic VI Lab
with the study of procedures as they relate to the family: substantive practice             Lab to be taken concurrently with PMD 206 .
including dissolution procedures, decrees of invalidity, separate maintenance,
property settlement agreements, adoptions, and surrogacy .                                  9414	 ACW	 	3	    NILSON,	E	         MW	                              	2:30PM-	5:30PM	                    112*
                                                                                             $11.40 lab fee. Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in
8156	 WB	 	5	      HAYLES,	K	         TTh	       	7:30PM-	9:50PM	        W180B               the CBC catalog and at the Health Sciences web sites.

PL            147             Computers in a Law Environment
Teaches use of standard and specialized computer software to complete legal                                                    PARENT EDUCATION
documents, conduct research, and coordinate paralegal activities . Must be tak-             PED           085             Parent-Infant
en concurrently with PL 1471 . Prerequisite: CA 100 or instructor’s permission .            Parents and infants 0-12 months attend class together once each week in a specially
8158	 WB	 	1	      SPROWL,	J	            M	       	7:30PM-	8:20PM	         W180B            designed infant/toddler environment . Class time is spent in active parent-child
                                                                                            interactions and in group discussions led by parenting education instructors . This
PL            1471            Computers in a Law Environment Lab                            class helps parents develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify child rearing
A lab that provides an opportunity to have hands-on interaction with standard               values, explore methods of child guidance, strengthen family communication,
and specialized computer software to complete legal documents, conduct re-                  explore contemporary family issues, and relax and enjoy their role as parents .
search, and coordinate paralegal activities . This lab is taken with PL 147 .
                                                                                            7318	 AA	 1-	2	 BITTEN,	L	                F	       	9:15AM-11:15AM	            A024
8160	 WB	 	1	      SPROWL,	J	            W	          	7:30PM-10:00PM	         W180D
                                                                                            PED           086             Parent-Young Toddler
PL            152             Advanced Legal Writing                                        Parents and children ages 12 to 24 months attend class together once a week . A
This course examines advanced techniques of legal research and writing . Em-                quality early learning program taught by an early childhood specialist is offered
phasis is on developing advanced research methods and concise legal writing .               to the children . Parents assist in the classroom with developmentally appropri-
Students apply research methods in practical applications and in legal writing              ate activities . During group discussion led by a parenting education instructor,
assignments . Prerequisite: PL 151 with a grade of 2 .0 or better .                         parents develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify personal child rearing val-
8162	 WB	 	5	      WHITLOW,	R	          MW	        	5:00PM-	7:20PM	     W180B               ues, explore child guidance techniques, and discuss contemporary family issues .
PL            1972            Internship                                                    7322	 AA	 1-	2	 HOLDEN,	M	                  T	      	9:15AM-11:15AM	            A024
Supervised learning in a law office or other legal facility . Jobs are planned to           	       	       	     MATTOX-SAPP	          T	      	9:15AM-11:15AM	            A024
give students on-the-job training as legal assistants enabling them to see the              PED           088             Parent-Toddler
practical use of course work they have completed . Prerequisite: at least 45 cred-          Parents and child(ren) ages 24 to 36 months attend class together once a week . A
its of paralegal courses .                                                                  quality early learning program taught by an early childhood specialist is offered
8164	 WB	 1-	3	 SEVERIN,	D	             ARR	      ARR	                                      to the children . Parents assist in the classroom with developmentally appropri-
PL            199             Special Studies                                               ate activities . During group discussion led by a parenting education instructor,
8166	      WB	      1-	5	     SEVERIN,	D	         ARR	   ARR	                               parents develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify personal child rearing val-
                                                                                            ues, explore child guidance techniques, and discuss contemporary family issues .
                                            PARAMEDIC                                       7326	 AA	 1-	2	 NEMZEK,	S	                  Th	     	9:15AM-11:15AM	            A024
                                                                                            	       	       	     PATTERSON,	E	         Th	     	9:15AM-11:15AM	            A024
PMD           1002            Pre-Paramedic Short-Term Certificate Practicum
The Pre-Paramedic Short-Term Certificate includes up to six credits of practi-              PED           089             Co-Op Preschool
cum experience, designed to provide the EMT with a minimum number of pa-                    Parents and children ages 3 to 5 years attend school together one day and the
tient contacts, geared towards establishing a strong EMT basic foundation . The             child attends an additional one or two days per week . A quality preschool pro-
practicum portion of the Short-Term Certificate will be accomplished with the               gram taught by an early childhood specialist is offered to the children . Parents
local fire department agencies . The practicum includes no more than 110 hours              assist in the classroom with developmentally appropriate activities . Through ob-
of ride time per quarter in the field .                                                     servation, participation, and discussion with a parenting education instructor,
9411	 AAW	 1-	6	 NILSON,	E	             ARR	      ARR	                     204*             parents have an opportunity to better understand their own child and his/her
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                            individual needs as well as explore a variety of parenting issues .
                                                                                            7332	 AC	 1-	3	 GIOMI,	J	               MWF	       	9:00AM-11:30AM	
                                                                                            	        	     	     LEIREN,	P	         MWF	       	9:00AM-11:30AM	
                                                                                             Class meets at the Fire Station Preschool at 507 Wright Avenue in Richland.




                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                  Credit Classes – 42
           Credit Classes                                                                   Philosophy – Physical Education
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                   DAY	         TIME	                              LOCATION

                                            PHILOSOPHY                                                                PE            1181            Step Aerobic Interval Training [PE]
                                                                                                                      Using intervals of high intensity exercise followed by recovery periods, this class
PHIL          121             Symbolic Logic [Q/SR]                                                                   combines high and low intensity exercises performed on the floor as well as on
A study of the principles of formal thinking, which includes an analysis of sym-                                      the step . Aerobic exercise, power moves, step training, light weight training, and
bolic theory within a context that encourages the development of logical skills .                                     body resistance are used to introduce students to the benefits of an interval train-
This course can be used as an elective or quantitative reasoning . Previous com-                                      ing program . Greater cardiovascular strengthening as well as muscular strength-
pletion of MATH 095 is highly recommended . (Previously PHI 121)                                                      ening and endurance are introduced and practiced in this class .
2040	 AAW	 	5	     WAKEMAN,	C	         MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	           A334                                     0814	 AA	 	1	        ELGIN,	K	           TTh	       11:30AM-12:30PM	          G103F
PHIL          150             Introduction to Ethics [H]                                                              PE            1191            Yoga II [PE]
An introduction to moral concepts; their assumptions, arguments, implications,                                        A continuation course to a Hatha Yoga practice including intermediate physical
and practices . Special consideration is given to topics in the area of medicine,                                     poses, yoga breathing exercises, and selected meditations .
business, war, individual rights, and the future . (Previously PHI 150)
                                                                                                                      0816	 AA	 	1	     LEAHY,	E	            MW	       	6:50AM-	7:50AM	       G103F
2042	 AAW	 	5	      WAKEMAN,	C	         MTWTh	       10:20AM-11:20AM	       A333                                       $11.40 lab fee.

                                       PHILOSOPHY CCN                                                                 PE            1271            Fitness Center I [PE]
                                                                                                                      A total fitness program that develops individual fitness levels in cardiovascular
PHIL& 101                     Intro to Philosophy [H]                                                                 training with benefits of weight training to improve muscle tone and physical
A study of the fundamental questions concerning humans and the universe that                                          conditioning . Students can earn a maximum of two credits per quarter from Fit-
recur in the history of their thoughts, religion, knowledge, reality, and morality .                                  ness Center classes .
(Previously PHI 101)                                                                                                  0818	 AAW	 	1	      STOKER,	L	          ARR	      ARR	                       G106
2038	 AAW	 	5	      BULLERT,	G	         MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	         B114                                     	       	     	     PATRICK,	J	         ARR	      ARR	                       G106
8244	 DII	 	5	      KLAMM-DONEEN	         ARR	      ARR	                                                              	       	     	     DUNTERMAN,	D	       ARR	      ARR	                       G106
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or   	       	     	     BEARD,	J	           ARR	      ARR	                       G106
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.                                	       	     	     HASELHUHN,	S	       ARR	      ARR	                       G106
                                                                                                                      	       	     	     VLADIMIROFF	        ARR	      ARR	                       G106
           PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL                                                                             $11.40 lab fee. 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 (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours:
                                                                                                                       (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm.
PEC           180             Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
This course includes information on preventative procedures such as taping and                                        0820	      BAW	 	2	           STOKER,	L	                  ARR	            ARR	                                  G106
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded
bracing . Care of initial injury including American Red Cross Certification for Adult                                  class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours:
CPR and First Aid . Rehabilitation and return to activity protocol . This is good in-                                  (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm.
formation for coaches, athletes, or active people in general .                                                        GCF4	      GCF	 	1	           STOKER,	L	                  ARR	            ARR	                                  G106
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded
0800	 AA	 	3	         STOKER,	L	            MTW	     11:30AM-12:30PM	            G101                                  class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours:
 Class ends 06/07/10.                                                                                                  (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm.


                                 PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                                                   PE            1281            Fitness Center II [PE]
                                                                                                                      A continuation of the total fitness program with more involvement in strength,
PE            1121            Aerobic Dance I [PE]                                                                    flexibility, muscle toning, aerobic exercise, and body composition . Students can
Dance steps and routines rigorously executed to increase cardiovascular rate,                                         earn a maximum of two credits per quarter from Fitness Center classes .
leading to figure trimming and toning . Records on improvements in pulse rates                                        0822	 AAW	 	1	       STOKER,	L	           ARR	      ARR	                     G106
and pulmonary recovery are kept .                                                                                      $11.40 lab fee. 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 (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours:
0802	 AA	 	1	        ELGIN,	K	          TTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	       G103F                                          (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm.
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                      0824	      BAW	 	2	           STOKER,	L	                  ARR	            ARR	                                  G106
PE            1131            Aerobic Dance II [PE]                                                                    $11.40 lab fee. 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 (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours:
Continued study and advanced techniques of this activity . Dance steps and rou-                                        (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm.
tines executed to increase cardiovascular rate . Students test and record improve-
ments in pulse rates and pulmonary recovery . Prerequisite: PE 1121 .                                                 PE            1291            Fitness Center III [PE]
0804	 AA	 	1	       ELGIN,	K	           TTh	        	9:10AM-10:10AM	         G103F                                    An advanced, self-paced approach to fitness through the use of specialized ex-
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                      ercises, multiple weight machines, and aerobic equipment . Students can earn a
                                                                                                                      maximum of two credits per quarter from Fitness Center classes .
PE            1141            Aerobic Dance III [PE]                                                                  0826	 AAW	 	1	      STOKER,	L	         ARR	      ARR	                     G106
Advanced study in this activity . Dance steps and routines rigorously executed                                         $11.40 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded
for improving cardiovascular rate and leading to figure trimming and toning .                                          class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours:
                                                                                                                       (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm.
Improvements are tested and recorded . Prerequisite: PE 1131 .
0806	 AA	 	1	     ELGIN,	K	             TTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	         G103F                                       0828	      BAW	 	2	           STOKER,	L	                  ARR	            ARR	                                  G106
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                       class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours:
                                                                                                                       (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm.
PE            1151            Body Mechanics [PE]
This course involves special exercise and calisthenics which enhance total fitness,                                   PE            1321            Golf I [PE]
figure improvement, body toning, weight control, and posture .                                                        Basic stroke instruction with all clubs to provide students with sufficient skills
0808	 AA	 	1	       ELGIN,	K	            TTh	       10:20AM-11:20AM	          G103F                                   to enjoy playing the game . The rules, courtesies, and safety factors are taught
                                                                                                                      and tested .
PE            1161            Pilates [PE]                                                                            0830	 AA	 	1	       DUNTERMAN,	D	        MW	       11:30AM-12:30PM	
An introductory course to Pilates emphasizing physical exercises, breathing, core                                      $11.40 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golf Land, Argent & Rd 42.
strength and stability, and muscle awareness .                                                                        0832	      BA	      	1	       DUNTERMAN,	D	                TTh	           11:30AM-12:30PM	
0810	 AA	 	1	      LEAHY,	E	           MW	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          G103F                                       $11.40 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golf Land, Argent & Rd 42.
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                      PE            1331            Golf II [PE]
PE            1171            Yoga I [PE]                                                                             Techniques on special shots such as sand shots, sidehill, and downhill lies are
An introductory course to Hatha Yoga emphasizing physical exercises, breathing                                        emphasized . Prerequisite: PE 1321 .
exercises, and meditation practice .                                                                                  0834	 AA	 	1	     DUNTERMAN,	D	       MW	       11:30AM-12:30PM	
0812	 AA	 	1	     LEAHY,	E	           MW	      	6:50AM-	7:50AM	          G103F                                         $11.40 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golf Land, Argent & Rd 42.
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                      0836	      BA	      	1	       DUNTERMAN,	D	                TTh	           11:30AM-12:30PM	
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golf Land, Argent & Rd 42.



43 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                      *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                        Physics CCN – Political Science CCN                                          Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                      COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	           DAY	   TIME	                LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION

PE            1451            Soccer I [PE]                                                PE            1901            Cardio Kickboxing I [PE]
Basic individual skills are presented and developed . The international rules are          This course involves the study and implementation of martial art style kicks and
emphasized and a physical conditioning program designed to prepare the stu-                punches, along with exercises to enhance flexibility, cardiovascular endurance,
dent for play is implemented .                                                             and increased stamina .
0838	 AA	 	1	       MILLS,	M	           TTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	           G101           0862	 AA	 	1	      ELGIN,	K	           MW	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	          G103F
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                            $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                           0863	      BA	      	1	       ELGIN,	K	                  MW	            11:30AM-12:30PM	                    G103F
PE            1461            Soccer II [PE]                                                $11.40 lab fee.
Soccer II is designed for the intermediate player . Review of the basic skills taught
in the beginning course . Additional work on strategy, defensive techniques . Pre-         PE            1991            Cardio Kickboxing II
requisite: PE 1451 .                                                                       An experimental class to be used to explore new approaches and applications
0840	 AA	 	1	        MILLS,	M	           TTh	        12:40PM-	1:40PM	            G101      to physical education .
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                           0864	 AA	 	1	      LEAHY,	E	          MW	      10:20AM-11:20AM	       G103F
PE            1481            Jogging I [PE]                                                                                           PHYSICS CCN
Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds lifetime skills
in aerobic fitness . Emphasis on stretching, safety, motivation, and enjoying jog-         PHYS& 100                     Physics Non-Sci Majors [M/S]
ging . Offered for the beginning jogger or walker through the competitive runner .         Introduces the principles and concepts of physics using elementary algebraic
0842	 AAW	 1-	2	 PATRICK,	J	             ARR	        ARR	                                  procedures . Selected topics from classical and modern physics . Primarily for the
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                           non-science major . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 096 . (Previously PHY 100)
PE            1491            Jogging II [PE]                                              5802	 AAW	 	4	      SIDIBE,	A	          MTW	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	            S237
Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds lifetime skills in         8550	 DII	 	4	      SIDIBE,	A	           ARR	     ARR	
                                                                                            Mandatory orientation 4/6/10 at 7:00 p.m. in room S230. Please contact Aissata Sidibe at ASidibe@columbiabasin.
aerobic fitness . Emphasis on stretching, safety, motivation, and enjoying jogging .        edu if further information is needed. This class is primarily conducted through the Internet. Students may also be
Offered for the intermediate jogger or walker through the competitive runner .              required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.

0844	 AAW	 1-	2	 PATRICK,	J	
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                          ARR	       ARR	                                  PHYS& 101                     Physics Lab Non-Sci Majors [M/S]
                                                                                           Lab to be taken concurrently with PHYS& 100 . (Previously PHY 1001)
PE            1501            Jogging III [PE]                                             5804	 AAW	 	1	    SIDIBE,	A	          F	         	7:00AM-	9:00AM	                                             S237
Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds lifetime skills             $11.40 lab fee.
in aerobic fitness . Emphasis on stretching, safety, motivation, and enjoying jog-         5806	      BAW	 	1	           SIDIBE,	A	                   F	           11:00AM-	1:00PM	                      S237
ging . Offered for the advanced jogger or walker through the competitive runner .           $11.40 lab fee.

0846	 AAW	 1-	2	 PATRICK,	J	
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                         ARR	        ARR	                                  PHYS& 123                     General Physics III [M/S]
                                                                                           Resistance, direct current circuits, magnetism, inductance, alternating current
PE            1601            Basketball I [PE]                                            circuits, electromagnetic waves, reflection, refraction, interference and diffrac-
Beginning skills and strategy, this class is suitable for anyone with a desire to learn    tion of light, mirrors and lenses, and optical instruments . Prerequisite: PHYS&
the basics of the game, with emphasis on rules and court procedure .                       122/PHYS& 132 . (Previously PHY 107)
0848	 AA	 	1	       SCHUMACHER	             MW	         	1:50PM-	2:50PM	           G001    5808	 AA	 	4	       LIU,	S	            MWTh	       	1:50PM-	2:50PM	           S145
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                           PHYS& 133                     General Physics Lab III [M/S]
0850	      BA	      	1	       HOLDEN,	C	            MW	    	3:00PM-	4:00PM	         G001   Lab to be taken concurrently with PHYS& 123 . (Previously PHY 1071)
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                           5810	 AA	 	1	     LIU,	S	             T	         	1:50PM-	3:40PM	                                             S237
PE            1611            Basketball II [PE]                                            $11.40 lab fee.
Students expand their knowledge of the skills of basketball, and additional skills
are introduced . Team strategy at a more advanced level is emphasized . Prereq-
                                                                                           PHYS& 223                     Engineering Physics III [M/S]
                                                                                           Electromagnetism and optics . Prerequisite: PHYS& 222/PHYS& 232 . (Previously
uisite: PE 1601 .
                                                                                           PHY 203)
0854	 AA	 	1	       SCHUMACHER	        MW	        	1:50PM-	2:50PM	           G001
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                           5814	 AAW	 	4	   SIDIBE,	A	           MTW	      10:20AM-11:20AM	         S237
0852	      BA	      	1	       HOLDEN,	C	            MW	    	3:00PM-	4:00PM	         G001   8552	 WB	 	4	    LIU,	S	              TTh	      	5:00PM-	6:50PM	         S237
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                           PHYS& 233                     Engineering Physics Lab III [M/S]
PE            1621            Basketball III [PE]                                          Lab to be taken concurrently with PHYS& 223 . (Previously PHY 2031)
Review of advanced basketball skills . Introduction of offensive patterns, defen-          5818	 AAW	 	1	    SIDIBE,	A	          F	         	9:00AM-11:00AM	                                             S237
                                                                                            $11.40 lab fee.
sive sets, and individual style of play . This class also involves usage of fast break
and the transition game . Prerequisite: PE 1611 .                                          8554	      WB	      	1	       LIU,	S	                     Th	           	7:00PM-	8:50PM	                      S237
                                                                                            $11.40 lab fee.
0855	 AA	 	1	        SCHUMACHER	            MW	         	1:50PM-	2:50PM	          G001
 $11.40 lab fee.
0853	      BA	      	1	       HOLDEN,	C	            MW	    	3:00PM-	4:00PM	         G001                                 POLITICAL SCIENCE CCN
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                           POLS& 200                     Introduction to Law
PE            1631            Volleyball I [PE]                                            A continuation of BUS& 201 . Topics covered include: partnerships, corporations,
Covers basic skills, court positions, and strategies for beginning sets along with         real and personal property, financial arrangements, government regulatory
4-2 and 5-1 offenses .                                                                     schemes, and more . (Previously BA 255)
0856	 AA	 	1	        PATRICK,	J	          TTh	       12:40PM-	1:40PM	         G001         8246	 DII	 	5	     ROMANSKI,	F	        ARR	       ARR	
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                            to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                            WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 5:30 p.m., room B116.
PE            1641            Volleyball II [PE]
A continuation of Volleyball I . Intermediate skills, defensive strategies, play sets,     POLS& 201                     Intro Political Theory [S/B]
and how to play doubles and triples volleyball . Prerequisite: PE 1631 .                   An introduction to fundamental concepts and theories in Political Science . This
0858	 AA	 	1	      PATRICK,	J	            TTh	        12:40PM-	1:40PM	           G001      course uses classic and contemporary works of political thought to deal with
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                           basic issues in the study of politics, such as who should rule, and the nature and
                                                                                           limits of political authority, and political rights . (Previously PS 150)
PE            1651            Volleyball III [PE]                                          2054	 AA	 	5	         CHISHOLM,	R	        MTWTh	        	9:10AM-10:10AM	      A126
Emphasis is on team plan and interaction using and applying all volleyball skills .
Prerequisite: PE 1641 .
0860	 AA	 	1	      PATRICK,	J	         TTh	      12:40PM-	1:40PM	           G001
 $11.40 lab fee.

                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                  Credit Classes – 44
            Credit Classes                                                                           Psychology – Reading
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	               DAY	         TIME	                            LOCATION

POLS& 202                     American Government [S/B]                                                                                         RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
A survey of the system and process of American national politics and govern-
ment; including the structure and function of the executive, legislative, and ju-                                     RATEC         102             Radiographic Physics
dicial branches, and the American political party system . (Previously PS 100)                                        Examines X-ray circuits, tubes, and X-ray equipment . Topics include design and
                                                                                                                      application, troubleshooting and maintenance, equipment testing, imaging in-
2046	 AAW	 	5	     BULLERT,	G	       MTWTh	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          L102                                      tensification, cineradiography, and advanced imaging procedures . Prerequisite:
8248	 DII	 	5	     FLYNN,	G	           ARR	       ARR	                                                                acceptance into the Radiologic Technology program .
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or   9130	 ACW	 	5	       BURT,	N	           MW	      	9:30AM-11:30AM	           135*
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 7:00 p.m., room W150.
                                                                                                                      RATEC         104             Advanced Radiographic Procedures
POLS& 203                     International Relations [S/B]                                                           Examines the theory and principles of contrast media used in radiologic exami-
An examination of various theoretical approaches to international politics, causes                                    nations and special positioning . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic
of war, approaches to peace, and sources of conflict in the contemporary world .                                      Technology program .
(Previously PS 103)
                                                                                                                      9132	 ACW	 	4	    FOX,	R	              MW	        	8:30AM-	9:30AM	        135*
2048	 AAW	 	5	     BULLERT,	G	         MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	            L109                                     Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
2056	 DII	 	5	     KERZNER,	M	          ARR	      ARR	                                                                 and at the Health Sciences web sites.
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or   RATEC         1133            Clinical Education IV
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 6:00 p.m., room W147.
                                                                                                                      Fourth in a series of supervised clinical education experiences . Students are as-
POLS& 204                     Comparative Government [S/B]                                                            signed to clinical sites, 15 hours per week . Specific performance objectives are
A survey of the system and process of American national politics and govern-                                          established for each student . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Tech-
ment; including the structure and function of the executive, legislative, and ju-                                     nology program .
dicial branches, and the American political party system . (Previously PS 101)                                        9134	 AC	 	5	        FOX,	R	              TTh	       ARR	
                                                                                                                       $11.40 lab fee. Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in
2050	 AAW	 	5	     CHISHOLM,	R	      MTWTh	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          A126                                       the CBC catalog and at the Health Sciences web sites.

                                      PSYCHOLOGY CCN                                                                  RATEC         207             Concept Integration
                                                                                                                      Prepares students for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists exam
PSYC& 100                     General Psychology [S/B]                                                                through a comprehensive review .
Introduction to the basic principles of human behavior and mental processes .
                                                                                                                      9136	 ACW	 	2	     STAFF	             T	        	8:30AM-12:00PM	         135*
Some areas of study are personality and learning theory, neurobiology, motiva-                                         Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
tion, cognition, memory, research design, and methods . (Previously PSY 101)                                           and at the Health Sciences web sites.
2058	 AA	 	5	      DELICH,	J	         MTWTh	     	6:50AM-	7:50AM	         L109                                        RATEC         2133            Clinical Education VIII
2060	 BA	 	5	      DELICH,	J	         MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         L109                                        Eighth in a series of supervised clinical education experiences . Students are as-
2066	 CAW	 	5	     TAFF,	M	           MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	        B104                                         signed to clinical sites, 24 hours per week . Specific performance objectives are
2070	 DA	 	5	      DELICH,	J	         MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	         L109                                        established for each student . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Tech-
2078	 DII	 	5	     BARR,	K	             ARR	     ARR	                                                                 nology program .
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel      9138	 AC	 	8	        FOX,	R	             MWF	        ARR	
 or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 4/5/10, 6:00 pm, room L107.       $11.40 lab fee. Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in
8250	      DII	     	5	       SIMMELINK,S	               ARR	           ARR	                                           the CBC catalog and at the Health Sciences web sites.
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or   RATEC         296             Special Topics in Radiology
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                                                  Allows study of special topics that may be necessary to update students in the
2068	      EAW	     	5	       STEVENS,	K	              MTWTh	           10:20AM-11:20AM	                      A126    field of radiologic technology . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Tech-
2062	      FAW	     	5	       MAGELSEN,	L	             MTWTh	           12:40PM-	1:40PM	                      L109    nology program or instructor’s permission .
2064	      GAW	     	5	       MAGELSEN,	L	             MTWTh	           	1:50PM-	2:50PM	                      L109    9140	 ACW	 	2	        FOX,	R	             ARR	       ARR	                      135*
2072	      WBW	     	5	       MAGELSEN,	L	              TTh	            	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                      L109     Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
                                                                                                                       and at the Health Sciences web sites.
PSYC& 180                     Human Sexuality
A survey of human sexuality from biological, psychological, sociocultural, and
sociobiological perspectives . Topics include sexual orientation, sexual dysfunc-                                                                                 READING
tion, and sexually transmitted diseases . (Previously PSY 230)                                                        RDG           079             Spelling
2074	 WB	 	5	       DELICH,	J	           MW	       	5:00PM-	7:10PM	          L109                                     This course teaches students how to improve their spelling through the use of
                                                                                                                      spelling rules and in-context exercises . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held
PSYC& 200                     Lifespan Psychology [S/B]                                                               in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format .
A comprehensive survey of psychological development of the human from con-
ception to death in relation to biological, physical, social, and psychological con-                                  7812	 AA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	         MTWTh	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	            A221
ditions . Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 . (Previously PSY 240)                                                              7814	 BA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	         MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	            A221
                                                                                                                      7816	 CA	 1-	3	 FREESE,	J	            MTWTh	       10:20AM-11:20AM	            A221
2075	 AA	 	5	        DELICH,	J	          MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	           L109                                  7818	 DA	 1-	3	 LIEBLER,	N	           MTWTh	       11:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
2082	 DII	 	5	       STEVENS,	K	          ARR	       ARR	                                                             7820	 EA	 1-	3	 RASMUSSEN,	D	         MTWTh	       12:40PM-	1:40PM	            A221
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or   7822	 FA	 1-	3	 MITCHELL,	M	          MTWTh	       	1:50PM-	2:50PM	            A221
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.                                7824	 GA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	           MTWTh	       	3:00PM-	4:00PM	            A221
                                                                                                                      7826	 HA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	           MTWTh	       	4:10PM-	5:10PM	            A221
PSYC& 220                     Abnormal Psychology [S/B]                                                               7781	 IA	    1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	      MTWTh	       ARR	                        A221
Explores mental disorders from sociocultural, neurobiological, psycho dynamic,                                        8804	 WB	 1-	3	 HAGAN,	J	                MW	       	5:20PM-	8:40PM	            A221
cognitive, and behavioral perspectives . Describes maladaptive mental disor-                                          8806	 WB1	 1-	3	 ARTER,	M	               TTh	      	5:20PM-	8:40PM	            A221
ders as well as their incidence and treatment . Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 . (Previ-                                     8808	 WK	 	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	      	8:30AM-10:30AM	            A221
ously PSY 202)                                                                                                        8810	 WK	 	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	      	9:30AM-11:30AM	            A221
2076	 AAW	 	5	      STEVENS,	K	       MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	           A126                                     8812	 WK	 	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	      10:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
                                                                                                                      8814	 WK	 	2	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	      	8:30AM-12:30PM	            A221




45 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                      *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                                           Reading                                              Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                          COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	        DAY	   TIME	                   LOCATION       	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	       DAY	   TIME	                LOCATION

RDG           082             Study Techniques                                                 RDG           089             Speed Reading
Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies for                    This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading com-
college . Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time) manage-              prehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software . Grading is
ment, creating a study system, and test preparation and taking . This is a directed            pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where
learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) . Instruction               instruction is a lab format .
includes textbook and web activities .                                                         7876	 AA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	           MTWTh	    	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         A221
7828	 AA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	          MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	             A221            7878	 BA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	           MTWTh	    	9:10AM-10:10AM	         A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                      7880	 CA	 1-	3	 FREESE,	J	              MTWTh	    10:20AM-11:20AM	         A221
7830	      BA	      1-	3	     SANDMEIER,	S	    MTWTh	   	9:10AM-10:10AM	            A221       7882	 DA	 1-	3	 LIEBLER,	N	             MTWTh	    11:30AM-12:30PM	         A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                      7884	 EA	 1-	3	 RASMUSSEN,	D	           MTWTh	    12:40PM-	1:40PM	         A221
7832	      CA	      1-	3	     FREESE,	J	       MTWTh	   10:20AM-11:20AM	            A221       7886	 FA	 1-	3	 MITCHELL,	M	            MTWTh	    	1:50PM-	2:50PM	         A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
                                                                                               7888	 GA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	             MTWTh	    	3:00PM-	4:00PM	         A221
7834	      DA	      1-	3	     LIEBLER,	N	      MTWTh	   11:30AM-12:30PM	            A221       7890	 HA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	             MTWTh	    	4:10PM-	5:10PM	         A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
                                                                                               8900	 WB	 1-	3	 HAGAN,	J	                 MW	     	5:20PM-	8:40PM	         A221
7836	      EA	      1-	3	     RASMUSSEN,	D	    MTWTh	   12:40PM-	1:40PM	            A221       8902	 WB1	 1-	3	 ARTER,	M	                TTh	    	5:20PM-	8:40PM	         A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
                                                                                               8904	 WK	 	1	        LEE,	M	               Sa	    	8:30AM-10:30AM	         A221
7838	      FA	      1-	3	     MITCHELL,	M	     MTWTh	   	1:50PM-	2:50PM	            A221       8906	 WK	 	1	        LEE,	M	               Sa	    	9:30AM-11:30AM	         A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
                                                                                               8910	 WK	 	1	        LEE,	M	               Sa	    10:30AM-12:30PM	         A221
7840	      GA	      1-	3	     WALTERS,	G	      MTWTh	   	3:00PM-	4:00PM	            A221       8914	 WK	 	2	        LEE,	M	               Sa	    	8:30AM-12:30PM	         A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
7842	      HA	      1-	3	     WALTERS,	G	      MTWTh	   	4:10PM-	5:10PM	            A221       RDG           091             Reading Skills
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                      Reinforces six essential reading comprehension skills: recognizing vocabulary in
8816	      WB	      1-	3	     HAGAN,	J	          MW	    	5:20PM-	8:40PM	            A221       context, locating main ideas, understanding supporting details, identifying tran-
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                      sitions, making inferences, outlining, and summarizing . This class gives students
8818	      WB1	 1-	3	         ARTER,	M	          TTh	   	5:20PM-	8:40PM	            A221       an opportunity to practice and improve these strategies . Prerequisite: COMPASS
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                      score of 45-60 or teacher recommendation .
8820	      WK	      	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	       Sa	    	8:30AM-10:30AM	            A221       7892	 AA	 	3	       WALTERS,	G	         MWTh	    10:20AM-11:20AM	             V120
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                       $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
8822	      WK	      	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	       Sa	    	9:30AM-11:30AM	            A221       7893	      BA	      	3	       MITCHELL,	M	     MWTh	   	9:10AM-10:10AM	        W147
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                       $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
8824	      WK	      	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	       Sa	    10:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                      RDG           099             College Reading Skills
8842	      WK	      	2	       SUNDBLAD,	T	       Sa	    	8:30AM-12:30PM	            A221       Breaks reading down into the skills necessary for academic success: identifica-
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                      tion of unfamiliar words, main ideas, supporting details, and inferences; distin-
                                                                                               guishing among organization patterns, and between fact and opinion . Prereq-
RDG           085             Vocabulary Improvement                                           uisite: COMPASS score of 61-81 or successful completion of RDG 091, or teacher
This developmental vocabulary class teaches students how to increase their vo-                 recommendation .
cabulary using an in-context approach . Two levels of text are available, based
                                                                                               7894	 AA	 	3	       FREESE,	J	         MWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	           V121
on reading level . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Oppor-             $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
tunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format .                                      7896	      BA	      	3	       BEEMAN,	S	       MWTh	   10:20AM-11:20AM	         A125
7844	 AA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	          MTWTh	         	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         A221             $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
7846	 BA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	          MTWTh	         	9:10AM-10:10AM	         A221
7848	 CA	 1-	3	 FREESE,	J	             MTWTh	         10:20AM-11:20AM	         A221            RDG           105             Speed Reading
7850	 DA	 1-	3	 LIEBLER,	N	            MTWTh	         11:30AM-12:30PM	         A221            This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading com-
7852	 EA	 1-	3	 RASMUSSEN,	D	          MTWTh	         12:40PM-	1:40PM	         A221            prehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software . Class is held
7854	 FA	 1-	3	 MITCHELL,	M	           MTWTh	         	1:50PM-	2:50PM	         A221            in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format .
7856	 GA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	            MTWTh	         	3:00PM-	4:00PM	         A221            7898	 AA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	         MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	          A221
7858	 HA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	            MTWTh	         	4:10PM-	5:10PM	         A221            7900	 BA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	         MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	          A221
8852	 WB	 1-	3	 HAGAN,	J	                MW	          	5:20PM-	8:40PM	         A221            7902	 CA	 1-	3	 FREESE,	J	            MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	          A221
8854	 WB1	 1-	3	 ARTER,	M	               TTh	         	5:20PM-	8:40PM	         A221            7904	 DA	 1-	3	 LIEBLER,	N	           MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	          A221
8856	 WK	 	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	         	8:30AM-10:30AM	         A221            7906	 EA	 1-	3	 RASMUSSEN,	D	         MTWTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	          A221
8858	 WK	 	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	         	9:30AM-11:30AM	         A221            7908	 FA	 1-	3	 MITCHELL,	M	          MTWTh	     	1:50PM-	2:50PM	          A221
8862	 WK	 	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	         10:30AM-12:30PM	         A221            7910	 GA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	           MTWTh	     	3:00PM-	4:00PM	          A221
8866	 WK	 	2	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	         	8:30AM-12:30PM	         A221            7912	 HA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	           MTWTh	     	4:10PM-	5:10PM	          A221
                                                                                               8924	 WB	 1-	3	 HAGAN,	J	               MW	      	5:20PM-	8:40PM	          A221
RDG           088             Reading Skills                                                   8926	 WB1	 1-	3	 ARTER,	M	              TTh	     	5:20PM-	8:40PM	          A221
Designed for students needing individualized instruction to improve their profi-               8928	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	              Sa	     	8:30AM-10:30AM	          A221
ciency in basic reading skills . After interpreting diagnostic testing in the Learning         8930	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	              Sa	     	9:30AM-11:30AM	          A221
Opportunity Center (LOC), the instructor develops a program for each student .                 8934	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	              Sa	     10:30AM-12:30PM	          A221
Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the LOC where instruction is a lab format .       8938	 WK	 	2	       LEE,	M	              Sa	     	8:30AM-12:30PM	          A221
For those students whose schedules do not allow for RDG 091, this class serves as
an alternate . Prerequisite: COMPASS score of 45-60 or teacher recommendation .
7860	 AA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	              MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	            A221
7862	 BA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	              MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	            A221
7864	 CA	 1-	3	 FREESE,	J	                 MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	            A221
7866	 DA	 1-	3	 LIEBLER,	N	                MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
7868	 EA	 1-	3	 RASMUSSEN,	D	              MTWTh	      12:40PM-	1:40PM	            A221
7970	 FA	 1-	3	 MITCHELL,	M	               MTWTh	      	1:50PM-	2:50PM	            A221
7872	 GA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	                MTWTh	      	3:00PM-	4:00PM	            A221
7874	 HA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	                MTWTh	      	4:10PM-	5:10PM	            A221
8876	 WB	 1-	3	 HAGAN,	J	                    MW	       	5:20PM-	8:40PM	            A221
8878	 WB1	 1-	3	 ARTER,	M	                   TTh	      	5:20PM-	8:40PM	            A221
8880	 WK	 	1	        SUNDBLAD,	T	             Sa	      	8:30AM-10:30AM	            A221
8882	 WK	 	1	        SUNDBLAD,	T	             Sa	      	9:30AM-11:30AM	            A221
8886	 WK	 	1	        SUNDBLAD,	T	             Sa	      10:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
8890	 WK	 	2	        SUNDBLAD,	T	             Sa	      	8:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
               *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                         Credit Classes – 46
            Credit Classes                                                                           Seniors – Spanish CCN
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION

RDG           110             Study Techniques                                                                        SOC           150             Marriage-Family [S/B]
Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies for                                           The family is discussed in broad sociobiological, historical, and comparative
college . Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time) manage-                                     perspectives . Modern family life is analyzed after conceptual frameworks have
ment, creating a study system, and test preparation and taking . This is a directed                                   been developed .
learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) . Instruction                                      8280	 DII	 	5	     CHAKRABARTI	          ARR	      ARR	
includes textbook and web activities .                                                                                 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                       to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
7914	 AA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	          MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	             A221                                    WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
7916	      BA	      1-	3	     SANDMEIER,	S	            MTWTh	           	9:10AM-10:10AM	                      A221    SOC           160             Gender Studies
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                                             Societies create many roles for their members, depending upon technology, or-
7918	      CA	      1-	3	     FREESE,	J	               MTWTh	           10:20AM-11:20AM	                      A221    ganization, and the distribution of power . Some of those roles are assigned on the
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                                             basis of sex . This course examines the social creation of those gender roles assigned
7920	      DA	      1-	3	     LIEBLER,	N	              MTWTh	           11:30AM-12:30PM	                      A221    to sex and sexual behavior, and explores the inner life of acting out those roles .
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
                                                                                                                      8282	 DII	 	5	         CHAKRABARTI	        ARR	        ARR	
7922	      EA	      1-	3	     RASMUSSEN,	D	            MTWTh	           12:40PM-	1:40PM	                      A221     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                                              to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                       WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
7924	      FA	      1-	3	     MITCHELL,	M	             MTWTh	           	1:50PM-	2:50PM	                      A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
7926	      GA	      1-	3	     WALTERS,	G	              MTWTh	           	3:00PM-	4:00PM	                      A221                                            SOCIOLOGY CCN
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
                                                                                                                      SOC&          101             Intro to Sociology [S/B]
7928	      HA	      1-	3	     WALTERS,	G	              MTWTh	           	4:10PM-	5:10PM	                      A221    An introduction to the scientific study of society . Emphasis on relationship of
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
                                                                                                                      the individual to society, inequality, social institutions, and deviant behavior .
8950	      WB	      1-	3	     HAGAN,	J	                  MW	            	5:20PM-	8:40PM	                      A221    (Previously SOC 101)
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
8952	      WB1	 1-	3	         ARTER,	M	                  TTh	           	5:20PM-	8:40PM	                      A221    2084	 AA	 	5	      BOUROUH,	C	         MTWTh	       	8:00AM-	9:00AM	        B113
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                                             2086	 BA	 	5	      BOUROUH,	C	         MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	        B113
8954	      WK	      	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	                Sa	           	8:30AM-10:30AM	                      A221    2088	 CAW	 	5	     CHAKRABARTI	        MTWTh	       10:20AM-11:20AM	        B111
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                                             2090	 DAW	 	5	     CHAKRABARTI	        MTWTh	       11:30AM-12:30PM	        B111
8956	      WK	      	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	                Sa	           	9:30AM-11:30AM	                      A221    8264	 DII	 	5	     TAFF,	G	              ARR	       ARR	
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                       to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
8960	      WK	      	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	                Sa	           10:30AM-12:30PM	                      A221     WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday,4/6/10, 6:00 p.m., room B104.
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
                                                                                                                      8284	      DII	     	5	       CHAKRABARTI	               ARR	           ARR	
8964	      WK	      	2	       SUNDBLAD,	T	                Sa	           	8:30AM-12:30PM	                      A221     This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.                                                                                              to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                       WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
RDG           115             Vocabulary Improvement                                                                  2092	      EAW	 	5	           BOUROUH,	C	              MTWTh	           12:40PM-	1:40PM	                      B113
This class teaches students how to expand their vocabularies with emphasis on                                         2094	      FAW	 	5	           KERZNER,	M	              MTWTh	           	1:50PM-	2:50PM	                      A126
Greek and Latin root words . Also included are words often confused and mis-                                          8286	      WBW	 	5	           TAFF,	G	                  MW	             	5:00PM-	7:10PM	                      A126
used, descriptive words, action words, name derivatives, and words from various
academic disciplines . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)                                       SOC&          201             Social Problems [S/B]
where instruction is a lab format .                                                                                   Examines conditions that adversely affect the quality of life in the United States .
                                                                                                                      Deviant behavior (crime, alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual deviance, mental ill-
7930	 AA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	           MTWTh	     	8:00AM-	9:00AM	         A221                                      ness) and problems of inequality (including poverty, racism, and sexism) are to
7932	 BA	 1-	3	 SANDMEIER,	S	           MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	         A221                                      be covered . (Previously SOC 201)
7934	 CA	 1-	3	 FREESE,	J	              MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	         A221
7936	 DA	 1-	3	 LIEBLER,	N	             MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	         A221                                      2096	 AAW	 	5	      BOUROUH,	C	       MTWTh	     11:30AM-12:30PM	             B113
7938	 EA	 1-	3	 RASMUSSEN,	D	           MTWTh	     12:40PM-	1:40PM	         A221                                      8266	 DII	 	5	      BOUROUH,	C	        ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
7940	 FA	 1-	3	 MITCHELL,	M	            MTWTh	     	1:50PM-	2:50PM	         A221                                       to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
7942	 GA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	             MTWTh	     	3:00PM-	4:00PM	         A221                                       WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 4/5/10, 6:00 p.m., room B113.
7944	 HA	 1-	3	 WALTERS,	G	             MTWTh	     	4:10PM-	5:10PM	         A221
8974	 WB	 1-	3	 HAGAN,	J	                 MW	      	5:20PM-	8:40PM	         A221                                                                                  SPANISH CCN
8976	 WB1	 1-	3	 ARTER,	M	                TTh	     	5:20PM-	8:40PM	         A221
8978	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	                Sa	     	8:30AM-10:30AM	         A221                                      SPAN& 121                     Spanish I [H]
8980	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	                Sa	     	9:30AM-11:30AM	         A221                                      Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational skills, reading,
8984	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	                Sa	     10:30AM-12:30PM	         A221                                      writing and grammar, and Hispanic culture including geography, customs, dai-
8988	 WK	 	2	       LEE,	M	                Sa	     	8:30AM-12:30PM	         A221                                      ly life, and heritage . Designed for the novice learner of Spanish, with little or no
                                                                                                                      proficiency in the Spanish language . Recommended that students have success-
                                               SENIORS                                                                fully completed at least ENGL 099 . (Previously SPA 101)
                                                                                                                      2508	 AAW	 	5	       HANSEN,	M	          MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           W131
SNR           015             Senior Fitness                                                                          2510	 BAW	 	5	       QUIST-OLIVAR	       MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	            B106
Class includes total fitness program involving strength, flexibility, muscle ton-                                     2512	 CAW	 	5	       QUIST-OLIVAR	       MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	            B106
ing, and aerobic exercise . Orientation and instructor’s permission are required                                      2514	 DA	 	5	        QUIST-OLIVAR	       MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	            B106
for this class .                                                                                                      2516	 EA	 	5	        CRUZ,	A	            MTWTh	      12:40PM-	1:40PM	            A330
4654	 AA	 	0	      HASELHUHN,	S	         ARR	     ARR	                       G106
 Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. New users must complete an      SPAN& 122                     Spanish II [H]
 orientation. Call 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-8pm, (F) 6am-5pm.                           Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational skills, reading,
                                                                                                                      writing and grammar, and Hispanic culture including geography, customs, dai-
                                            SOCIOLOGY                                                                 ly life, and heritage . Prerequisite: SPAN& 121 or instructor’s permission . (Previ-
                                                                                                                      ously SPA 102)
SOC           110             Gender, Media, and Popular Culture                                                      2520	 AA	 	5	        HANSEN,	M	          MTWTh	     	9:10AM-10:10AM	           W131
This course explores how men and women, as well as the qualities of “mascu-
linity” and “femininity,” are portrayed in print, visual, and news media, as well as                                  2518	 BA	 	5	        HANSEN,	M	          MTWTh	     10:20AM-11:20AM	           W131
the relationship between gender and cultural experiences, such as technology,
sports, and violence .
8263	 DII	 	5	      MELINA,	L	            ARR	        ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

47 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                      *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                                            Surgical Technician – Theatre                                                     Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	               DAY	         TIME	                            LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                   DAY	          TIME	                              LOCATION

SPAN& 123                     Spanish III [H]                                                                     DRMA          1061            Rehearsal and Performance
Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational skills, reading,                                    Participation in college theatre productions on stage and backstage . After play
writing, grammar, Hispanic culture including geography, customs, daily life, and                                  auditions for each quarter, the class, composed of students selected for cast and
heritage . Prerequisite: SPAN& 122 or instructor’s permission . (Previously SPA 103)                              production staff positions, are involved in rehearsals and performances . (Previ-
2524	 AA	 	5	        CRUZ,	A	            MTWTh	      	8:00AM-	9:00AM	           A330                              ously THA 1061)
2526	 BA	 	5	        CRUZ,	A	            MTWTh	      	9:10AM-10:10AM	           A330                              8042	 AA	 1-	3	 CAMPBELL,	R	             ARR	      ARR	
2522	 CA	 	5	        CRUZ,	A	            MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	           A330
8268	 WB	 	5	        PATTEE,	C	           MW	        	6:00PM-	8:10PM	           B106
                                                                                                                  DRMA          1071            Rehearsal and Performance
                                                                                                                  Participation in college theatre productions on stage and backstage . After play
SPAN& 223                     Spanish VI [H]                                                                      auditions for each quarter, the class, composed of students selected for cast and
Extensive practice in all four language skills (reading, writing, speaking, and lis-                              production staff positions, are involved in rehearsals and performances . (Previ-
tening) . The course includes cultural readings and short stories and an in-depth                                 ously THA 1071)
review of basic Spanish grammar, expansion of basic vocabulary, and a broad-                                      8046	 AA	 1-	3	 CAMPBELL,	R	             ARR	      ARR	
ening of the student’s understanding of Hispanic culture . Prerequisite: SPAN&
222 or instructor’s permission . (Previously SPA 203)                                                             DRMA          120             Acting-Beginning
                                                                                                                  An introductory course in acting fundamentals . Basic fundamentals such as the
2528	 AA	 	5	       SPETS,	S	           MTWTh	      11:30AM-12:30PM	          W131
                                                                                                                  playing of actions and objectives, imagination, relaxation, and concentration
                                                                                                                  are explored through improvisation, scenework, and the study of theory . (Pre-
                                SURGICAL TECHNICIAN                                                               viously THA 120)
SRGT          102             Disease Transmission and Control                                                    0212	 AA	 	5	      QUINLEY,	V	       MTWTh	      10:20AM-11:20AM	         P104
This class provides an understanding of the basic concepts of microbiology as
related to surgical procedures and overall patient safety, and proper applica-                                    DRMA          122             Acting-Advanced
tion in the operating room environment as identified in the core curriculum for                                   An advanced studio acting course which is a continuation of DRMA 121 . This course
surgical technologists .                                                                                          continues its focus on creating a character with internal truth that is presented
                                                                                                                  with an awareness of external craft, including interpretive skills, through explora-
9141	 AC	 	3	       KITZKE,	D	        MW	        	3:30PM-	5:00PM	          204*                                   tion of scenes, monologues, and readings . Students broaden their knowledge of
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.                                                                            dramatic literature and build their repertoire of audition monologues . Prerequi-
                                                                                                                  sites: DRMA 120 and DRMA 121, or instructor’s permission . (Previously THA 122)
SRGT          120             Central Service                                                                     0214	 AA	 	3	       QUINLEY,	V	          MWTh	      12:40PM-	1:40PM	            P204
This class provides an understanding of the necessary aseptic and sterile techniques                               Class ends 06/07/10.
necessary to perform the essential job duties of central processing personnel .
9142	 AC	 	1	        KITZKE,	D	           ARR	      ARR	                        204*                              DRMA          1261            Stagecraft
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog   A study of the technical aspects of stage craft, and some design, with an em-
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.                                                                            phasis on construction techniques . During lab times, students gain a working
SRGT          1201            Central Service Clinical                                                            knowledge of shop tools, their application, shop safety, and crew protocol . (Pre-
This class provides the essential aseptic and sterile skills necessary to perform                                 viously THA 1261)
the essential job duties of central processing personnel .                                                        0216	 AA	 1-	3	 CAMPBELL,	R	          MTWTh	      11:30AM-	1:30PM	            P104
9144	 AC	 	1	       MARTIN,	S	          TThF	      ARR	                          *                                DRMA          1271            Stagecraft
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                  A study of the technical aspects of stage craft, and some design, with an em-
SRGT          1411            Operating Room Practicum I Lab                                                      phasis on construction techniques . During lab times, students gain a working
This class provides an opportunity to apply the theory learned in the classroom                                   knowledge of shop tools, their application, shop safety, and crew protocol . (Pre-
setting to a healthcare setting through practical, hands-on experience .                                          viously THA 1271)
9146	 AC	 	6	       MARTIN,	S	         TThF	       ARR	                        *                                  0218	 AA	 1-	3	 CAMPBELL,	R	          MTWTh	      11:30AM-	1:30PM	            P104
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                  DRMA          1281            Stagecraft
SRGT          250             Surgical Procedures II                                                              A study of the technical aspects of stage craft, and some design, with an em-
This class is a progression from SRGT 150, and provides the necessary skills and                                  phasis on construction techniques . During lab times, students gain a working
techniques to be able to relate to the patient and coworkers and use reasoned                                     knowledge of shop tools, their application, shop safety, and crew protocol . (Pre-
judgment in meeting the expectations of the operating room environment . Clini-                                   viously THA 1281)
cal experience focuses on the advanced skills that will assist in the transition from                             0220	 AA	 1-	3	 CAMPBELL,	R	          MTWTh	      11:30AM-	1:30PM	            P104
the classroom to employment .                                                                                     DRMA          215             Survey of Theatre History [H]
9150	 AC	 	4	        MARTIN,	S	         MW	        10:30AM-12:20PM	               204*                            This is a survey course that covers significant trends and innovations through-
SRGT          2501            Surgical Procedures II Lab                                                          out theatre history from its inception in ancient Greece through the present .
This class is a progression from SRGT 1501, and provides the necessary knowl-                                     The emphasis, however, is on early theatre and its development and evolution .
edge to be able to relate to the patient and coworkers and use reasoned judg-                                     (Previously THA 215)
ment in meeting the expectations of the operating room environment . Clinical                                     8048	 DII	 	5	      CAMPBELL,	R	        ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
experience focuses on the advanced skills that will assist in the to transition from                               campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
the classroom to employment .                                                                                      See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Ronn Campbell
                                                                                                                   by the second day of class, either via email at rcampbell@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5544.
9152	 AC	 	2	       MARTIN,	S	          MW	        12:30PM-	2:50PM	              112*
 $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                  DRMA          248             Stage Management
                                                                                                                  Examines the work of a stage manager . This course covers management of the
                                             THEATRE                                                              stage and explores the “business” aspects of commercial theatre . Emphasis is on
DRMA          1051            Rehearsal and Performance                                                           preparing students for stage managing in the commercial theatre and to prepare
Participation in college theatre productions on stage and backstage . After play                                  students for a theatre career with an enlightened view of theatre as a business .
auditions for each quarter, the class, composed of students selected for cast and                                 Prerequisite: instructor’s permission . (Previously THA 248)
production staff positions, are involved in rehearsals and performances . (Previ-                                 0224	 AA	 	2	       CAMPBELL,	R	          MW	       	1:50PM-	2:50PM	        P104
ously THA 1051)
8038	 AA	 1-	3	 CAMPBELL,	R	             ARR	      ARR	




                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                                           Credit Classes – 48
           Credit Classes                                                          Theatre Arts CCN – Welding Technology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                             COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	               DAY	         TIME	                            LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	             DAY	    TIME	              LOCATION

                                     THEATRE ARTS CCN                                                                                           VOCATIONAL ESL (VESL)
DRMA& 101                     Intro to Theatre [H]                                                                This course is primarily designed for ESL students who are interested in learn-
An exploration of the many facets of theatre and the many creative artists who                                    ing vocational skills in a computer lab setting . Call (509) 542-5552 for registra-
comprise the theatre arts . Students study the history of theatre, styles of production,                          tion information .
plays, playwrights, directors, actors, critics, and designers . (Previously THA 115)
0226	 AA	 	5	       CAMPBELL,	R	         MTWTh	       	9:10AM-10:10AM	             P104                                                         WELDING TECHNOLOGY
                         ULTRASOUND TECHNOLOGY                                                                    WT            1021            Introduction to Shield Metal Arc Welding
                                                                                                                  An introduction to mild steel arc welding consisting of manipulative skills using
DUTEC 112                     Pathophysiology III                                                                 the shield metal arc process with E6010 type mild steel electrode . Prerequisite:
Continues Pathophysiology II, emphasizing the physiology and pathology of                                         COMPASS test placement or instructor’s permission .
the cardiovascular and the peripheral vascular system . Prerequisites: DUTEC 105                                  6804	 AA	 	5	      HALL,	T	            DAILY	     	6:30AM-10:20AM	           V130
and DUTEC 106, and acceptance into program or permission of program chair .                                        $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
9101	 AAW	 	3	     STAFF	              ARR	       ARR	                     248	B*                                 6806	      BA	      	5	       TONNING,	H	            DAILY	   	1:50PM-	5:40PM	       V130
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog    $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.
                                                                                                                  8170	      WB	      	3	       CURRY,	D	              MW	      	6:30PM-	9:30PM	       V130
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
DUTEC 130                     Ultrasound III: Small Parts/Intraoperative Techn
Presents the anatomy and pathophysiology of small human body parts . Intraop-                                     8172	      XB	      	3	       PONN,	PHILLI	          TTh	     	6:30PM-	9:30PM	       V130
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
erative scanning focuses on surgical procedures . Prerequisite: acceptance into
program or permission of program chair .                                                                          WT            1031            Advanced Shield Metal Arc Welding
9102	 AAW	 	3	     STAFF	              ARR	      ARR	                    248	B*                                   This course develops welding skills to meet AWS and ASME standards using the
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog   shielded metal arc process . Prerequisite: WT 1021 or instructor’s permission .
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.
                                                                                                                  6808	 AA	 	5	      HALL,	T	             DAILY	    	6:30AM-10:20AM	           V130
DUTEC 135                     Ultrasound Equipment I                                                               $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
Introduces knobology and annotation for state-of-art diagnostic ultrasound                                        6810	      BA	      	5	       TONNING,	H	            DAILY	   	1:50PM-	5:40PM	       V130
equipment and prepares student for hands-on live scanning . Prerequisite: ac-                                      $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
ceptance into program or permission of program chair .                                                            8174	      WB	      	3	       CURRY,	D	              MW	      	6:30PM-	9:30PM	       V130
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
9103	 AAW	 	3	    STAFF	             ARR	     ARR	                     248	B*
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog   8176	      XB	      	3	       SAARI,	G	              TTh	     	6:30PM-	9:30PM	       V130
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.                                                                             $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

DUTEC 150                     Basic Echocardiography                                                              WT            1041            Shield Metal Arc Welding Certification
Covers basic ultrasound protocols and scanning techniques of the heart . Students                                 Advanced development of arc welding skills to meet AWS, WABO, and ASME
focus on anatomy, physiology, pathology, and echocardiographic pattern rec-                                       certification standards using the shielded metal process . Prerequisite: WT 1031
ognition . Prerequisite: acceptance into program or permission of program chair .                                 or instructor’s permission .
9104	 AAW	 	3	      STAFF	               ARR	     ARR	                      248	B*                                6814	 AA	 	5	       CURRY,	D	           DAILY	    	6:30AM-10:20AM	           V130
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog    $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.
                                                                                                                  6812	      BA	      	5	       TONNING,	H	            DAILY	   	1:50PM-	5:40PM	       V130
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
DUTEC 171                     Ultrasound Physics & Instrumentation II
Continues DUTEC 170 . Topics include Doppler effect, Doppler techniques, acous-                                   8178	      WB	      	3	       CURRY,	D	              MW	      	6:30PM-	9:30PM	       V130
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
tic power, fluid dynamics, and quality assurance procedures . Prerequisite: accep-
tance into program or permission of program chair .                                                               8180	      XB	      	3	       SAARI,	G	              TTh	     	6:30PM-	9:30PM	       V130
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
9106	 AAW	 	3	      STAFF	               ARR	      ARR	                      248	B*
 Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog
 and at the Health Sciences web sites.
                                                                                                                  WT            1051            Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) Certificate
                                                                                                                  An introduction to gas metal arc welding consisting of manipulative skills us-
DUTEC 220                     Clinical Practicum II                                                               ing the gas metal arc process . Prerequisite: WT 1031 or instructor’s permission .
Provides additional clinical experience in an ultrasound department under the                                     6816	 AA	 1-	5	 CURRY,	D	               DAILY	     	6:30AM-10:20AM	          V130
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
supervision of a sonographer . Prerequisites: acceptance into program, comple-
tion of all prerequisite course work with a grade of C or better, and DUTEC 210 .                                 6818	      BA	      	5	       TONNING,	H	            DAILY	   	1:50PM-	5:40PM	       V130
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
9110	 AC	 10	 STAFF	                     ARR	      ARR	                        *
 $11.40 lab fee. Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in   8182	      WB	      	3	       CURRY,	D	              MW	      	6:30PM-	9:30PM	       V130
 the CBC catalog and at the Health Sciences web sites.                                                             $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
                                                                                                                  8184	      XB	      	3	       SAARI,	G	              TTh	     	6:30PM-	9:30PM	       V130
DUTEC 240                     Clinical Practicum IV                                                                $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
Provides additional clinical experience in an ultrasound department under the
supervision of a sonographer . Prerequisites: acceptance into program, comple-                                    WT            108             Fabrication Technique I
tion of all prerequisite coursework with a grade of C or better, and DUTEC 210,                                   This course is designed to aid students in understanding the variables that great-
DUTEC 220, and DUTEC 230 .                                                                                        ly affect welding fabrication . Prerequisite: WT 1021 or instructor’s permission .
9113	 AC	 10	 STAFF	                    ARR	       ARR	                       *                                   6820	 AA	 	1	       HALL,	T	               M	       12:30PM-	1:20PM	           V128
 $11.40 lab fee.                                                                                                  6822	 BA	 	1	       TONNING,	H	            M	       10:00AM-10:50AM	           V128
                                                                                                                  WT            1081            Fabrication Technique I Lab
                                                                                                                  This course is designed to aid students in understanding the variables that greatly
                                                                                                                  affect welding fabrication . Students get hands-on and field work experience uti-
                                                                                                                  lizing a welding truck for structural fabrication, including hoisting and rigging .
                                                                                                                  Prerequisite: WT 1021 or instructor’s permission .
                                                                                                                  6826	 AA	 	3	       TONNING,	H	           TTh	       10:00AM-11:50AM	         V130
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
                                                                                                                  6828	      BA	      	3	       CURRY,	D	               WF	     12:00PM-	1:50PM	       V130
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
                                                                                                                  6824	      CA	      	3	       HALL,	T	                WF	     12:30PM-	2:20PM	       V130
                                                                                                                   $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.




49 – Credit Classes                                                                                                                  *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                        Welding Technology – Women’s Studies                                           Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                        COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	             DAY	    TIME	               LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION

WT            1301            Metallic Arc Refresher                                         WT            2301            Pipe Welding Refresher
Designed primarily for tradesmen who need upgrading in shielded metallic arc                 This course is designed for tradesmen who need upgrading on pipe welding pro-
welding . Includes instruction and practice for upgrading skills, test qualifications,       cedures and skills for employment in the piping field . Includes instruction and
and special application . Prerequisite: trade experience; a test may be given to             practice for upgrading welding test qualifications and special applications . Pre-
verify experience .                                                                          requisite: trade experience; a test may be given to verify experience .
6830	 AA	 10	 HALL,	T	                   DAILY	     	6:40AM-10:30AM	              V130       6854	 AA	 10	 MITCHELL,C	               DAILY	     	6:30AM-10:20AM	           V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.                                            $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
6832	      BA	      10	       TONNING,	H	            DAILY	   	1:50PM-	5:40PM	        V130   6856	      BA	      10	       TONNING,	H	               DAILY	          	1:50PM-	5:40PM	                      V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.                                            $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8186	      WB	      	3	       CURRY,	D	              MW	      	6:30PM-	9:30PM	        V130   8296	      WB	      	3	       MITCHELL,	C	               TTh	           	6:30PM-	9:30PM	                      V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.                                            $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8188	      XB	      	3	       PONN,	PHILLI	          TTh	     	6:30PM-	9:30PM	        V130   8198	      XB	      	3	       HALL,	T	                   MW	            	6:30PM-	9:30PM	                      V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.                                            $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

WT            2011            Introduction to Pipe Welding                                                                        WOMEN’S STUDIES
An introduction to pipe welding using mild steel pipe and the shield metal arc
process with E6010/E7081 covered electrode . Develop the necessary welding                   WS            155             Women’s Cultural Heritage [H]
skills and techniques to prepare for certification in accordance with ASME code .            An introductory course which presents an overview of the contributions women
Prerequisite: WT 1041, WT 1051, or instructor’s permission .                                 have made socially, politically, and culturally .
6834	 AA	 10	 MITCHELL,C	               DAILY	       	6:30AM-10:20AM	       V129             8211	 DII	 	5	    MEADOWS,	D	            ARR	     ARR	
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.                                            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                              to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
6836	      BA	      10	       TONNING,	H	            DAILY	   	1:50PM-	5:40PM	        V129    WebCt at http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8190	      WB	      	3	       HALL,	T	               MW	      	6:30PM-	9:30PM	        V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8191	      XB	      	3	       MITCHELL,	C	           TTh	     	6:30PM-	9:30PM	        V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

WT            2021            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 stresses developing proper manipulative
techniques and skills necessary to certify using the GTAW process . Prerequisite:
WT 2011 or instructor’s permission .
6838	 AA	 10	 MITCHELL,C	               DAILY	      	6:30AM-10:20AM	        V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
6840	      BA	      10	       TONNING,	H	            DAILY	   	1:50PM-	5:40PM	        V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8192	      WB	      	3	       MITCHELL,	C	           TTh	     	6:30PM-	9:30PM	        V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8194	      XB	      	3	       HALL,	T	               MW	      	6:30PM-	9:30PM	        V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

WT            2031            Pipe Welding Certification
This course emphasizes qualification tests for piping and tubing . Prerequisite:
WT 2021 or instructor’s permission .
6842	 AA	 10	 MITCHELL,C	             DAILY	     	6:30AM-10:20AM	          V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
6844	      BA	      10	       TONNING,	H	            DAILY	   	1:50PM-	5:40PM	        V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8195	      WB	      	3	       HALL,	T	               MW	      	6:30PM-	9:30PM	        V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
8196	      XB	      	3	       MITCHELL,	C	           TTh	     	6:30PM-	9:30PM	        V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

WT            208             Fabrication Technique II
This course is designed to aid students in understanding the variables that great-
ly affect welding fabrication . Prerequisite: WT 2021 or instructor’s permission .
6848	 AA	 	1	       TONNING,	H	            M	       10:00AM-10:50AM	           V128
6846	 BA	 	1	       MITCHELL,C	            M	       12:00PM-12:50PM	           V127
WT            2081            Fabrication Technique II Lab
This course is designed to aid students in understanding the variables that great-
ly affect the welding of pipe fabrication . Students get hands-on and field work
experience utilizing a welding truck for pipe fabrication including hoisting and
rigging . Prerequisite: WT 2021 or instructor’s permission .
6850	 AA	 	3	        MITCHELL,C	          TTh	      12:00PM-	1:50PM	          V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.
6852	      BA	      	3	       TONNING,	H	            TTh	     	9:00AM-10:50AM	        V129
 $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.




                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                                                    Credit Classes – 50
        Apprenticeship Programs
               CARPENTRY APPRENTICESHIP                                                              IRONWORKER APPRENTICESHIP
Carpenters work with power and hand tools . They build forms for concrete and           Ironworkers assemble and erect steel framework and other metal parts in build-
frame buildings, walls, footings, and sheathing . Carpenters install doors, windows,    ings and on bridges, dams, and other steel structures . They raise, place, and join
storefronts, and handrails, build cabinets, counter tops, and finished stair hand-      steel girders and columns to form structural frameworks, including the welding
rails . They also work on drywalling, wood flooring, metal jams, and ceilings . Car-    of metal decking .
penters do interior and exterior finish work, work with drywall and metal studs,
install other interior systems, welding, and many other related work processes .        Ironworkers generally work outside at construction sites . Work is conducted in
They also must read blueprints, measure accurately, and calculate dimensions .          all kinds of weather . Ironworkers often work at great heights erecting the steel
They may be involved in the original construction or remodel of almost every            frameworks of skyscrapers, stadiums, and bridges . Work can also be confined to
kind of structure, including houses, commercial buildings, bridges, churches,           cramped quarters . Substantial physical strength is required to carry and place
factories, and highways .                                                               the reinforcing steel for concrete structures . “Tying iron” requires heavy lifting
                                                                                        and bending .
For information about the Carpenty Apprenticeship program, please contact:
                                                                                        For information regarding the Ironworker Apprenticeship program, please
515 N. Neel St., B-101                                                                  contact:
Kennewick, WA 99336                                                                     16610 E. Euclid
(509) 783-4900                                                                          Spokane, WA 99216
cbc01@yahoo.com                                                                         (509) 922-3577
                       CEMENT MASON JATC                                                              MILLWRIGHT APPRENTICESHIP
Cement masons are responsible for all concrete construction . The first year of the     Millwrights are crafts people who do precision machine installation and assem-
cement masons training includes an orientation to the industry, history of cement       bly using sophisticated measuring instruments . They install and align heavy in-
production, first aid and safety training, fundamental mathematics, measuring,          dustrial machinery such as conveyor systems, pumping systems, packaging sys-
blueprint reading estimating, and testing . In addition, training will be given on      tems, compressors, electric generators, and turbines .
the use of tools specific to cement masons and on understanding concrete in-
gredients and designing mixes .                                                         Millwrights work in hydroelectric dams, paper mills, nuclear power generating
                                                                                        stations, gas or coal-fired generation plants, smelters, and refineries . They use
For information about the Cement Mason program, please contact:                         highly precise optical measuring and leveling instruments . You need good math
Cement Mason Local 478                                                                  skills along with the ability to think problems through, practical thinking, manual
824 W. Lewis #112                                                                       dexterity, and the ability to work to very small tolerances (to a thousandth of an
Pasco, WA 99301                                                                         inch) . May have to lift heavy objects .
(509) 545-4892                                                                          For information regarding the Millwright Apprenticeship program, please
Local478@gmail.com                                                                      contact:
                  ELECTRICAL LINEWORKERS                                                515 N. Neel St., B-101
                                                                                        Kennewick, WA 99336
                      APPRENTICESHIP                                                    (509) 783-4900
Electrical lineworkers construct and maintain electric transmission and distribu-       cbc01@yahoo.com
tion facilities that deliver electricity to our homes, factories, and commercial and
retail businesses . Apprentices work for various contractors on all types of power                          PLUMBING/PIPEFITTING
line construction, both underground and overhead .
                                                                                                               APPRENTICESHIP
For information regarding the Electrical Lineworkers Apprenticeship program,            Plumbers, steamfitters, and refrigeration fitters are all crafts people who install
please contact:                                                                         piping systems that carry water, steam, air, and other liquids or gases necessary
6162 NE 80th Ave.                                                                       for sanitation, industrial production, heating and air conditioning, and many
Portland, OR 97218                                                                      other uses . They also alter, remodel, and repair existing piping systems and in-
(503) 253-8202                                                                          stall plumbing fixtures, radiators and other heating units, some appliances, as
                                                                                        well as refrigeration and air conditioning equipment . Workers measure, cut,
                      ELECTRICAL WORKERS                                                and bend pipe, weld, braze, caulk, solder, glue or thread joints at residential and
                        APPRENTICESHIP                                                  commercial job sites .
Construction and residential electricians work in all phases of the electrical con-     For information regarding the Plumbing/Pipefitting Apprenticeship program,
struction and service industry . They do the electrical construction work on proj-      please contact:
ects ranging from single-family residences to state-of-the-art industrial plants .      1328 Road 28
Workers install conduits and wire all lighting, along with switches and convert-        Pasco, WA 99301
ers, to complex systems incorporating computerization and high technology in            (509) 547-6480
the installation and maintenance of electrical systems . Their work includes both
small and large commercial installation, up to and including, high-rise buildings .                   SHEET METAL APPRENTICESHIP
Electricians also do repair and maintenance on all electrical installations . The low   Sheet metal workers fabricate, install, and service heating, venting, and air con-
voltage/sound and communication apprenticeship includes work processes in               ditioning systems, blowpipe and industrial systems, metal roofing, coping and
fiber optics, telephone systems, sound and fire alarm systems, LAN, and struc-          flashing, and stainless steel work for restaurants, kitchens, and hospitals . They
tured wiring systems .                                                                  prepare shop and field drawings manually and with computer programs . They
For information regarding the Electrical Workers Apprenticeship program, please         provide HVAC/R service .
contact:                                                                                For information regarding the Sheet Metal Apprenticeship program, please
8340 Gage Blvd. #414                                                                    contact:
Kennewick, WA 99336                                                                     1718 W. Sylvester Street
(509) 783-0589                                                                          Pasco, WA 99301
www.jatc112.org                                                                         (509) 545-8340
                                                                                        johnm@bossig.com




51 – Apprenticeship Classes
                                                                                                                          Community Education
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                   COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	    SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	        DAY	   TIME	               LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	       DAY	      TIME	                LOCATION

           Online COMMUNITY EDUCATION COURSES                                           CSRE          002             Traffic Control
                                                                                        Columbia Basin College offers the Evergreen Flagger Training Certification pro-
One of the best ways to explore new ideas, learn new skills, or to just have            gram which is the most recognized course for Flagger Training for Washington
fun is to take a class . Community Education classes are designed to help               state . This Flagger card is accepted in Oregon and Idaho as well . The handbook
citizens in our area realize their passion and discover new interests .                 and instructor’s manual are constantly updated and contain all the timely infor-
                                                                                        mation and requirements . Class will be held at the Columbia Basin College Pasco
CBC now offers a variety of courses via the Internet directly to your home              campus . Please pre-register for class .
or business . We have partnered with Education-2-Go to provide high qual-               R410	 WK	 	0	         SWEATT,	V	           Sa	      	8:30AM-	4:00PM	         V121
ity, instructor-facilitated courses that can fit into your schedule . Classes are        Class starts 04/03/10.
taught by expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors .               R420	      WK	      	0	       SWEATT,	V	        Sa	        	8:30AM-	4:00PM	        V121
                                                                                         Class starts 05/08/10.
Each class lasts six weeks . These courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient,
                                                                                        R430	      WK	      	0	       SWEATT,	V	        Sa	        	8:30AM-	4:00PM	        V121
and geared just for you .                                                                Class starts 06/12/10.

There are courses on just about every topic you can imagine-from Creating               CSRE          050             Welding Booth Time
Web Pages to Accounting Fundamentals, Speed Spanish to Grant Writing,                   CSRE 050 allows students to register and buy time in the welding booths to up-
Medical Terminology to Real Estate Investing, and much, much more .                     grade their skills . Students may register for either 10 or 20 hours of time . Students
                                                                                        may register only with the permission of the Welding department .
For course descriptions, free course demonstrations, and other information,             6912	 AA	 	0	          BRANDES,	D	          ARR	       ARR	
please go to the ed2go link below .                                                     6914	 AA	 	0	          BRANDES,	D	          ARR	       ARR	
                                      www .ed2go .com/columbia
Courses are available for business professionals and teachers . Classes are
designed to meet the needs of busy professionals . All are instructor facili-
tated . New courses begin on the third Wednesday of each month .
Examples of classes for business professionals include:
       · Fundamentals of Supervision and Management
       · Mastery of Business Fundamentals
       · Six Sigma: Total Quality Fundamentals
Examples of courses for teachers include:
       · Ready, Set, Read
       · Solving Classroom Discipline Problems
       · The Creative Classroom



                      To learn about these and other offerings,
                          visit our Online Instruction Center
                               www .ed2go .com/columbia-pro
                          FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT:
                                 Donna Campbell, Dean
                         Institute for Professional Development
                                  2600 N . 20th Ave .
                                  Pasco, WA 99301
                                   (509) 542-4806
                         Donna .Campbell@columbiabasin .edu




                    *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                     Community Education – 52
            Distance Learning
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                        COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
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                                  DISTANCE LEARNING                                                                                      ACCOUNTING
The following classes display “ARR” under the location, time, and day headings               ACCT& 201                     Principles of Accounting I
because they are not offered at traditional times and locations . Instead, the in-           Fundamentals of accounting as applied to actual business situations . Introduc-
structors and students use technology to create a virtual learning environment .             tion to the accounting cycle for service and merchandising firms controlling to
                                                                                             purchases and sales with business papers, special journals, and subsidiary led-
Some distance learning classes have a mandatory orientation that students must               gers . (Previously BA 251)
attend . You may also choose to attend a WebCT orientation . See below for more
information . This orientation meeting is listed at the end of each course description .     8002	 DII	 	5	      MALONE,	C	          ARR	     ARR	
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                              to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
Who should take distance classes? Distance education helps students with tight                WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 5:00 p.m., room B113.
schedules learn at any time of the night or day, reduce commuting time, and
spend more time with their families . But this type of learning is not for everyone .        ACCT& 202                     Principles of Accounting II
Distance classes are best suited to students who meet deadlines, stay on task,               The theory and practice of accounting, including financial statements . Emphasis
and learn well on their own .                                                                on partnership and corporate accounting . Prerequisite: ACCT& 201 or instructor’s
Please note that basic computer literacy, including some Internet skills, is nec-            permission . (Previously BA 252)
essary for some classes . Contact the coordinator of Distance Education at (509)             8004	 DII	 	5	      MALONE,	C	          ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
542-4863 or go to the web page at: www .columbiabasin .edu/distance .                         to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                              WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 5:00 p.m., room B113.
If you do not have an Internet connection at home, stop by the lab in room W-140
on the Pasco campus and ask the staff to help you .                                          ACCT& 203                     Principles of Accounting III
                                                                                             A continuation of ACCT& 202 . Introduction of manufacturing and cost account-
                                            HYBRID CLASSES                                   ing . Analysis of financial statements, budgeting, and cost volume analysis . Pre-
                                                                                             requisite: ACCT& 202 . (Previously BA 253)
These are a combination of computer-based instruction and traditional face-to-
face instruction . One or more class meetings are replaced by computer-based                 8006	 DII	 	5	        MALONE,	C	          ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
activities . The computer-based activities are not optional in hybrid classes; they           to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
are required . Hybrid classes are coded DIH in the quarterly schedule .                       WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 5:00 p.m., room B113.


              WebCT Orientation Schedule - Spring Quarter 2010                                          ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE TECHNOLOGY
An introduction to WebCT (the distance learning software used for Internet-based             AOT           101             Keyboarding I
courses at CBC) will be conducted prior to the first week of the quarter . As participants   Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers, symbols, and
will learn the skills essential for survival in a WebCT class, the orientation is highly     operational keys using a computer . It is recommended that a student take CA
recommended for students who are new to online learning . In some cases, this                100 in the same quarter as AOT 101 .
general orientation may replace the orientations for specific classes . Please consult       8422	 DII	 	2	    CRIDER,	T	            ARR	    ARR	
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
the footnotes for your class or contact your instructor for additional information            campus. There is a $34.55 fee and $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students
about WebCT orientation .                                                                     using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

           See website at www.columbiabasin.edu/distance for                                 AOT           102             Keyboarding II
                                                                                             Reinforces keyboarding skills . Introduces appropriate formatting of business let-
                 orientation dates, times, and locations.                                    ters, personal letters, memos, reports, and tables using word processing software .
                                                                                             Prerequisites: AOT 101 and CA 100 or advanced placement for comparable skills .
                                                                                             8424	 DII	 	2	       CRIDER,	T	           ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
                                                                                              campus. There is a $34.55 fee and $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students
                                                                                              using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

                                                                                             AOT           1091            Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
                                                                                             Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned program
                                                                                             stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as efficient use
                                                                                             of the service keys . Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may
                                                                                             enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits .
                                                                                             Prerequisite: AOT 101 or instructor’s permission .
                                                                                             8426	 DII	 	3	        SULLIVAN,	M	      ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                              to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                              WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

                                                                                             AOT           1092            Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
                                                                                             Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned program
                                                                                             stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as efficient use
                                                                                             of the service keys . Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may
                                                                                             enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits .
                                                                                             Prerequisite: AOT 101, AOT 1091, or instructor’s permission .
                                                                                             8428	 DII	 	3	        SULLIVAN,	M	      ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                              to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                              WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

                                                                                             AOT           1093            Keyboarding/Skillbuilding
                                                                                             Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned program
                                                                                             stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as efficient use
                                                                                             of the service keys . Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may
                                                                                             enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits .
                                                                                             Prerequisite: AOT 101, AOT 1092, or instructor’s permission .
                                                                                             8430	 DII	 	3	        SULLIVAN,	M	      ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                              to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                              WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

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           117             Office Orientation                                                                                                        ANTHROPOLOGY CCN
Encompasses business ethics, personal values, human relations, and effective
communication in an office environment . Focuses on attaining and retaining en-                                        ANTH& 205                     Biological Anthropology [M/S]
try-level employment . Provides an opportunity to shadow an office professional .                                      Physical Anthropology is the study of human beings from an evolutionary and
                                                                                                                       biological perspective and ANTH& 205 provides an introduction to this sub-field
8432	 DII	 	3	    CRIDER,	T	           ARR	       ARR	                                                                 of anthropology . In this course, we will examine our own species (Homo sapiens)
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or    by looking at the biological basis of life, the processes of evolution, our primate
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                                                   relatives both living and extinct, and the variation seen in modern human popu-
AOT           126             Presentation Applications                                                                lations . (Previously ANT 111)
This class introduces the fundamentals of presentation software, currently Microsoft                                   8012	 DII	 	5	       TAFF,	M	              ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
PowerPoint . Students will learn how to create and modify a slide presentation, in-                                     to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
sert clip art, add slide transition and animation effects, create graphic objects, and                                  WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 4/5/10, 6:00 p.m., room B104.
prepare a presentation for publishing to the web using PowerPoint . Preparation
for Microsoft Office User Expert PowerPoint Certification . Prerequisite: CA 100 .                                     ANTH& 206                     Cultural Anthropology [S/B]
                                                                                                                       Cultural Anthropology is the branch of anthropology that studies the species
8434	 DII	 	3	         MARTINEZ,	G	         ARR	      ARR	                                                             Homo sapiens from a cultural perspective . This course examines and attempts
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee and $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students   to explain the diversity and similarity of cultures and peoples throughout the
 using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                                    world . (Previously ANT 120)
AOT           146             Legal Terminology                                                                        8014	 DII	 	5	      TAFF,	M	            ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
Provides a basic background of legal terminology for the legal office using mul-                                        to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
tiple word processing software for transcribing legal text and documents, cre-                                          WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 4/5/10, 7:00 p.m., room B104.
ating up/downloadable files using appropriate software . Prerequisites: AOT 114
or machine transcription experience and AOT 172 .                                                                                                                     ART CCN
8436	 DII	 	5	     MARTINEZ,	G	        ARR	       ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to   ART&          100             Art Appreciation [H]
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee and $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students   A general survey of fine and applied arts with brief media encounters in vari-
 using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.
                                                                                                                       ous areas of art . The class emphasis is on building a general appreciation of the
AOT           1952            Supervised Employment                                                                    techniques, styles, and history of art . (Previously ART 110)
A supervised work experience involving the application and practice of skills and                                      8030	 DII	 	5	       BARLOW,	H	            ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
principles learned in the classroom . Supervised employment site must meet de-                                          to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
gree or certificate specialty requirement . One credit equals 33 work hours . May                                       WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Howard
be repeated for credit and experience . Prerequisites: AOT 102, AOT 117, and in-                                        Barlow by the second day of class via email at howard.barlow@columbiabasin.edu.
structor’s permission .
8438	 DII	 1-15	 MARTINEZ,	G	            ARR	      ARR	                                                                                                             BUSINESS
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or    BUS           105             Business & Payroll Tax Accounting
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                                                   A study of the various aspects of federal, state, and local taxes levied upon busi-
                                                                                                                       ness . Emphasis placed on Federal Income and Social Security tax withholding,
AOT           243             Administrative Office Management                                                         sales tax requirements and various state regulations regarding employee health,
Integrates application of technical skills while assisting executives in carrying out                                  safety, unemployment insurance and business and occupation tax . Students will
management responsibilities; applies managerial and leadership skills while com-                                       practice completion of various tax reports and maintenance of accurate tax-re-
pleting a simulated executive office simulation . Emphasis on problem-solving,                                         lated records . Offered spring quarter only . Prerequisite: ACCT& 201 or instructor’s
decision-making processes, responsibilities, and implementation . Includes con-                                        permission . (Previously BA 105)
ducting online research . Prerequisites: AOT 126, AOT 142, and Internet proficiency .
                                                                                                                       8200	 DII	 	5	       WEND,	T	             ARR	       ARR	
8440	 DII	 	2	      MARTINEZ,	G	           ARR	       ARR	                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to    to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee and $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students    WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 7:00 p.m., room B111.
 using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.
                                                                                                                       BUS           120             Personal Finance
AOT           272             Word Processing II                                                                       A decision-making approach to personal financial planning . Students will use
Applies knowledge of advanced word processing features, including styles, mac-                                         course materials and Internet resources to develop personal financial strate-
ros, mail merge, templates, and long documents, to prepare complex, integrated                                         gies . (Previously BA 120)
documents . Solves software-related problems through trouble-shooting practice .
Transfers Word skills to Publisher software to create brochures, pamphlets, and                                        8202	 DII	 	5	      WYSOCKI,	C	      ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
flyers and comparisons made with similar documents created in Word . Prepa-                                             to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
ration for Microsoft Office User Specialist, Microsoft Word Expert Certification .                                      WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 4/7/10, 5:30 p.m., room B112.
Prerequisites: AOT 172/CA 172 .
                                                                                                                       BUS           250             Management Information Systems
8444	 DII	 	4	      MARTINEZ,	G	        ARR	       ARR	                                                                This course is designed to introduce business majors to Management Informa-
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee and $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students   tion Systems (MIS) and demonstrate how these systems are used throughout
 using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                                    organizations in theory and application . The course will focus on organizational
                                                                                                                       information systems, including managerial support systems and acquisition and
AOT           276             Integrated Word Processing                                                               application of information systems . Topical coverage consists of a web-based,
Integrates knowledge and application of word processing, spreadsheet, data-                                            global environment, and how to manage it through a competitive advantage
base, presentation, and webpage software . Utilizes communication, software,                                           and strategic information system . Ethics and privacy, network communications,
and Internet functions in the creation of business/office documents . Currently                                        E-commerce, mobile commerce, and contemporary topics are explored . The
using Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, FrontPage, and Outlook . Prereq-                                      software deliverables include a WebCT homepage, a PowerPoint presentation,
uisites: AOT 124, AOT 125, AOT 126, AOT 128, AOT 272, and Internet proficiency .                                       and a Word document from the student’s fictional or real business, followed by
8446	 DII	 	5	      MARTINEZ,	G	        ARR	       ARR	                                                                an Excel spreadsheet and Web 2 .0 Google Docs . As a result of taking this course,
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee and $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students   students will obtain valuable information technology knowledge and skills re-
 using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                                    quired for success in business . (Previously BA 250)
                                                                                                                       8210	 DII	 	5	      WYSOCKI,	C	          ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                        to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                        WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 4/7/10, 6:00 p.m., room B112.




                                                                                                                                                                                               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

                                            BUSINESS CCN                                                                                                     COMPUTER SCIENCE
BUS&          101             Introduction to Business                                                                    CS            101             Introduction to Computers and Information
A critical survey of the theory, principles, and practices of modern business . The                                                                     Technology
theme is building world class employees who produce and distribute world class                                            CS 101 is a five-credit introductory class designed to meet the needs of all stu-
goods and services in an increasingly competitive global marketplace . Critical                                           dents as defined in CBC’s “Using Information Technology & Tools Student Learning
thinking, systems understanding, resource allocation, human relations, and tech-                                          Outcome .” The class emphasizes the cognitive aspects of dealing with Informa-
nology application are emphasized . (Previously BA 101)                                                                   tion Technology (IT): evaluating information, learning practical IT skills, solving
8216	 DII	 	5	        WILSON,	H	          ARR	       ARR	                                                                 problems, and dealing with information-related issues such as privacy, security,
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         ethics, etc . Students will also learn computer basics using Windows, Word, Excel,
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 6:00 p.m., room B112.          PowerPoint, email, and Internet skills to locate, present, and report information .
                                                                                                                          8314	 DII	 	5	       WOLF,	D	             ARR	       ARR	
BUS&          201             Business Law                                                                                 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
An introduction to the American legal system including its social, political, and                                          campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
                                                                                                                           See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
philosophical roots . The court system and judicial procedures are critically ex-                                          starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.
amined, and the class inquires extensively into business torts, crimes, and con-                                          8316	      DII	     	5	       WOLF,	D	                     ARR	            ARR	
tracts . (Previously BA 254)                                                                                               This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
                                                                                                                           campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
8218	 DII	 	5	       KEY,	G	           ARR	       ARR	                                                                     See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits          starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 4/7/10, 6:00 p.m., room B116.
                                                                                                                          CS            102             Visual Basic 1 [Q/SR]
                                                                                                                          This course is an introduction to programming using Visual Basic .NET . It is de-
                              COMMUNICATION STUDIES                                                                       signed for those with little or no programming experience . Topics include: pro-
CMST          260             Multicultural Communications[C]                                                             gram development cycle, fundamentals of programming in Visual Basic, decisions,
Multicultural Communications will teach the student culturally-sensitive meth-                                            repetitions, controls, functions, and procedures . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH
ods of identifying basic problems involving communication failures across ethnic                                          098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
and racial settings . The course is designed to encourage participants to explore                                         8318	 DII	 	5	       ROBBINS,	T	          ARR	        ARR	
their own cultural identities in relationship to their cultures and those of oth-                                          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
                                                                                                                           campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
ers in order to improve the quality of their interpersonal communication skills .                                          See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
They will also learn to apply various multicultural approaches to behavior modi-                                           starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact trobbins@columbiabasin.edu for info.
fication, racism, sexism, the valuing of cultural diversity, collaboration, and the                                       8320	      DII	     	5	       WOLF,	D	                     ARR	            ARR	
move toward inherent pluralism . Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 . (Previously SPE 260)                                            This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
                                                                                                                           campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
8064	 DII	 	5	        BACON,	J	           ARR	      ARR	                                                                   See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits          starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie
 Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.
                                                                                                                          CS            106             Database Systems
                                                                                                                          This is a beginning database course in which the student will create, modify, and
8066	      DII	     	5	       BACON,	J	                    ARR	            ARR	                                           implement relational databases using Microsoft Access . Topics include: tables,
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       queries, forms, reports, sharing information with other programs, data access
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie             pages, advanced queries, managing database objects, and creating macros and
 Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.
                                                                                                                          switchboards . Prerequisite: CS 101 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0
                                                                                                                          or better before taking this class .
                    COMMUNICATION STUDIES CCN                                                                             8322	 DII	 	5	      WOLF,	D	              ARR	      ARR	
CMST& 210                     Interpersonal Communication [C]                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
                                                                                                                           campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
This course is recommended for students seeking to improve their communica-                                                See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
tion with friends, family, and co-workers . It is designed to heighten the student’s                                       starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.
awareness of personality styles and communication behaviors and their respec-
tive impact on interpersonal and group communication . Credit not granted for                                             CS            107             Intermediate Word Processing
both CMST 110 and CMST& 210 . (Previously SPE 111)                                                                        Students will learn to create documents using the current version of Microsoft
                                                                                                                          Word . Students will learn the principles of word processing to produce and revise
8068	 DII	 	5	       BACON,	J	           ARR	          ARR	                                                               a variety of business documents including brochures, flyers, and memoranda .
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       These documents will include tables, graphics, and custom formatting to effec-
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie             tively convey written information . Prerequisite: CS 101 .
 Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.
                                                                                                                          8324	 DII	 	2	      DEHAAN,	M	            ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                              COMPUTER APPLICATION                                                                         to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel
                                                                                                                           or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week
CA            100             Introduction to Microcomputers                                                               before the quarter starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact mdehaan@
                                                                                                                           columbiabasin.edu for info.
Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems and/or inter-
face systems, Internet access, basic word processing, and spreadsheet software                                            CS            108             Intermediate Spreadsheets
through hands-on experience . Recommended: keyboarding experience or AOT                                                  Students will learn to develop spreadsheets using the current version of Microsoft
101 taken concurrently .                                                                                                  Excel . Students will learn how to use the principles of spreadsheet applications
8304	 DII	 	4	     CRIDER,	T	           ARR	      ARR	                                                                    to solve a variety of financial, marketing, manufacturing, and business problems .
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to      This course will include hands-on instruction regarding how to use formulas
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee and $11.40 lab fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students
 using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                                       to analyze data and generate documents using charts and graphs focusing on
8312	      DII	     	4	       SIDWELL,	K	                  ARR	            ARR	                                           appearance and effectiveness of conveying information . Prerequisite: CS 101 .
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to      8326	 DII	 	2	       DEHAAN,	M	           ARR	      ARR	
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.    This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter          to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel
 starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact ksidwell@columbiabasin.edu for info.       or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week
                                                                                                                           before the quarter starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact mdehaan@
                                                                                                                           columbiabasin.edu for info.




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

CS            110             Windows Operating Systems                                                                   CS            232             Network Security
This is an introductory operating system course using Windows Vista . Topics in-                                          This course will prepare students to design network security solutions . These so-
clude: operating system fundamentals, organizing disks, managing files, system                                            lutions include: analyzing business requirements, identifying security needs, and
maintenance, customizing computer systems, system backup, shortcuts, trouble-                                             applying the security recommendations to assist in the control and monitoring
shooting tools, system performance, computer safeguards, solving problems, and                                            of network service resources . Students will also learn how to use critical think-
optimizing computer systems . Prerequisite: CS 101 with a 2 .0 or better .                                                ing and troubleshooting tools to troubleshoot security problems throughout the
8328	 DII	 	5	      HENRY,	C	          ARR	      ARR	                                                                     network . Prerequisites: CS 150, CS 228, and MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequi-
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to      sites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
 See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter         8340	 DII	 	5	      DEHAAN,	M	            ARR	      ARR	
 starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact chenry@columbiabasin.edu for info.         This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                           to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel
                                                                                                                           or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week
CS            171             C# 1                                                                                         before the quarter starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact mdehaan@
This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will learn the C# pro-                                   columbiabasin.edu for info.
gramming language using Microsoft Visual Studio . Topics included: visual pro-
gramming, visual studio, control structures, object-oriented programming, se-                                                                           COMPUTER SCIENCE CCN
lection structure, repetition structure, methods, and classes . Prerequisite: MATH
095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before                                           CS&           131             Computer Science I C++ [Q/SR]
taking this class .                                                                                                       This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will learn the C++
                                                                                                                          programming language . C++ is an extension of C language, which includes both
8332	 DII	 	5	         HENRY,	C	               ARR	      ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to      procedural and object-oriented programming . It is the basis for most PC-based
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.   windows programs . Students will learn C++ keywords, control structures, func-
 See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
 starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact chenry@columbiabasin.edu for info.        tions, arrays, strings, and introduction to classes and objects . Prerequisite: MATH
                                                                                                                          095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before
CS            207             Word Implementation                                                                         taking this class . (Previously CS 161)
This class teaches application-specific skills that will enable students to effec-                                        8330	 DII	 	5	        ROBBINS,	T	           ARR	       ARR	
tively implement, support, and troubleshoot Microsoft Word within a corporate                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
                                                                                                                           campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
environment . There is a strong emphasis on the skills required for supporting                                             See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter
users of Microsoft Word in a workgroup . This class is designed to help prepare                                            starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact trobbins@columbiabasin.edu for info.
students for the MOUS Word Expert Certification test . (Extra study and product
experience are typically required to pass a certification exam) . Prerequisite: AOT
172, or CS 107, or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with
                                                                                                                                                                  ECONOMICS CCN
a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                               ECON& 201                     Micro Economics [S/B]
8334	 DII	 	5	       DEHAAN,	M	             ARR	     ARR	                                                                 Micro Economic concepts are applied to business and household decision-mak-
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         ing as well as public policy . Major topics include: scarcity and choice, production
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel          possibilities, alternative allocative mechanisms, supply and demand analysis,
 or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week
 before the quarter starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact mdehaan@               elasticity, consumer choice, production and costs, market structures, antitrust
 columbiabasin.edu for info.                                                                                              and regulation, and public Micro Economics . (Previously EC 202)
                                                                                                                          8226	 DII	 	5	       SCHAU,	D	             ARR	       ARR	
CS            208             Advanced Spreadsheets                                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
An advanced spreadsheets course with topics including: integrating Excel with                                              to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                           WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
other Windows programs and the World Wide Web, working with multiple work-
sheets, data tables and scenario management, using solver for complex prob-                                               ECON& 202                     Macro Economics [S/B]
lems, importing data into Excel, exchanging Excel with Visual Basic, and instal-                                          This course introduces such important concepts as: market systems and their al-
lation and troubleshooting user’s problems . Prerequisite: AOT 124, or CS 108,                                            ternatives, supply and demand, measurement and determination of a nation’s
or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better                                       output and income, inflation and unemployment, both demand-side and sup-
before taking this class .                                                                                                ply-side aspects of fiscal and monetary policies, federal debt, and international
8336	 DII	 	5	      DEHAAN,	M	            ARR	      ARR	                                                                  trade and finance . (Previously EC 201)
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel          8228	 DII	 	5	       SCHAU,	D	          ARR	       ARR	
 or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week               This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 before the quarter starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact mdehaan@                to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 columbiabasin.edu for info.                                                                                               WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

CS            221             SQL Server Administration                                                                                                               ENGLISH CCN
This course provides students with the knowledge and skills to install, config-
ure, administer, and troubleshoot Microsoft SQL Server client/server database                                             ENGL& 101                     English Composition I [C]
management systems . It will help prepare students for the MCDBA Certificate .                                            Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition with emphasis
Prerequisites: CS 106, CS 228, and MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must                                          on organizing unified and coherent essays . Prerequisite: passing grade in ENGL
be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class .                                                                099 or COMPASS score above 78 . (Previously ENG 101)
8338	 DII	 	5	      WOLF,	D	             ARR	       ARR	                                                                  8099	 DII	 	5	     JOHNSON,	B	           ARR	       ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.    to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session one week before quarter          WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Ben Johnson
 starts. All students sign into WebCT to get class materials by 4/5/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.          by the second day of class either via email at bjohnson@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4505.
                                                                                                                          8100	      DII	     	5	       LEE,	M	                      ARR	            ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                           to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                           WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Michael
                                                                                                                           Lee by the second day of class, either via email at Michael.Lee@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4399.
                                                                                                                          8102	      DII	     	5	       MEINERS,	E	                  ARR	            ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                           to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                           WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Elaina Meiners
                                                                                                                           by the second day of class either via email at emeiners@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4613.
                                                                                                                          8104	      DII	     	5	       SEALY,	B	                    ARR	            ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                           to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                           WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad
                                                                                                                           Sealy by the second day of class, either via email at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4760.
                                                                                                                          8110	      DII	     	5	       SEALY,	B	                    ARR	            ARR	

                                                                                                                                                                                                     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
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or                                                   GEOGRAPHY
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad
 Sealy by the second day of class, either via email at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4760.            GEO           150             Cultural Geography [S/B]
                                                                                                                          An introduction to the use of human geography as a framework with which to
ENGL& 102                     Composition II [C]                                                                          critically analyze and understand the world, both on a micro and macro level .
An advanced expository writing course focusing on research essays and other                                               CBC’s course in Cultural Geography provides an introduction to the ways in
aspects of college writing . Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 . (Previously ENG 201)                                               which human groups think about, arrange, and modify their physical habitats .
8114	 DII	 	5	     DECHTER,	K	            ARR	     ARR	                                                                   This geographic knowledge is a basic means to understanding one’s own world
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         and the worlds of others .
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend must contact Kathy Dechter by the second day of               8576	 DII	 	5	      WOODS,	M	          ARR	      ARR	
 class, via email at Kathy.Dechter@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                           to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
8116	      DII	     	5	       THONNEY,	T	                  ARR	            ARR	                                            WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Teresa Thonney
 by the second day of class, either via email at TThonney@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5539.                                                   HEALTH EDUCATION
8117	      DII	     	5	       JAMES,	G	                    ARR	            ARR	                                           HE            170             Health and Wellness [PE]
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         Study of current health and wellness issues and problems of the college-age
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Gwen James by             student . Emphasis is on lifestyles, risk factors, and preventing disease and ill-
 the second day of class, either via email at gjames@columbia or by phone at (509) 542-4709.                              ness with a wellness lifestyle .
ENGL& 111                     Intro to Literature [H]                                                                     8126	 DII	 	3	     DUNTERMAN,	D	          ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
This course focuses on reading and analyzing prose, poetry, and drama and is                                               to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
designed to help students develop a method of reading and evaluating litera-                                               WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Dunterman
                                                                                                                           by the second day of class, either via email at ddunterman@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4839.
ture . Prerequisite: eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 . (Pre-
viously LIT 150)                                                                                                          8128	      DII	     	3	       VLADIMIROFF	                 ARR	            ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
8118	 DII	 	5	        MATHESIUS,	M	       ARR	       ARR	                                                                  campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to       See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff
 campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.    by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4414.
 See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Matt Mathesius
 by the second day of class, either via email at mathesiusm@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4815.              HE            220             Drugs and Health [PE]
                                                                                                                          This course is designed to achieve physiological knowledge and awareness of
ENGL& 235                     Technical Writing [C]                                                                       chemical use and abuse as it relates to the student’s total well-being .
This course emphasizes students’ technical communication skills for use in the
workplace and other academic settings . Students will employ various methods                                              8130	 DII	 	3	      VLADIMIROFF	        ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
of analyzing and writing for different audiences and purposes . Students will also                                         campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
use traditional and online resources for problem-solving, research, documenta-                                             See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff
                                                                                                                           by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4414.
tion, and editing . Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 . (Previously ENG 205)
8120	 DII	 	5	       ABBOTT,	D	          ARR	       ARR	                                                                  HE            240             Stress Management [PE]
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         A study of the causes of human stress and how to manage or minimize this stress .
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Abbott               Theories, implications, and practical applications are emphasized .
 by the second day of class, either via email at DAbbott@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4386.
                                                                                                                          8132	 DII	 	3	      VLADIMIROFF	        ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
ENGL& 236                     Creative Writing I [H]                                                                       campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
A study of creative writing, emphasizing diverse styles and techniques . Previ-                                            See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff
                                                                                                                           by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4414.
ous completion of ENGL& 101 is strongly recommended . (Previously ENG 240)
                                                                                                                          8134	      DII	     	3	       DUNTERMAN,	D	                ARR	            ARR	
8122	 DII	 	5	     HOLMES,	M	         ARR	      ARR	                                                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits          to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or        WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Dunterman
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes             by the second day of class, either via email at ddunterman@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4839.
 by the second day of class, either via email at mholmes@clumbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5516.

ENGL& 237                     Creative Writing II [H]                                                                                 HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
A continuation of ENGL& 236 . Prerequisite: ENGL& 236 . (Previously ENG 241)
                                                                                                                          HIT           147             Medical Terminology
8124	 DII	 	5	     HOLMES,	M	         ARR	      ARR	                                                                      Provides a basic background of medical terminology for the medical office . Ma-
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       jor topics to be studied are: cells and oncology, tissues and the integumentary
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes            system, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, special senses, glands,
 by the second day of class, either via email at mholmes@clumbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5516.
                                                                                                                          cardiovascular system; blood and lymphatic-immune systems, respiratory sys-
ENGL& 244                     American Literature I [H]                                                                   tem; digestive system; urinary system, reproductive system, pregnancy and hu-
A survey of American literature from the founding of Jamestown to the Civil                                               man development; general diseases, lab tests, diagnoses, surgery, pharmacology,
War Era . Prerequisite: eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 .                                        and therapy . Emphasis is placed on identifying and labeling word parts, defining
(Previously LIT 225)                                                                                                      and building medical terms, basic anatomy, and becoming familiar with com-
                                                                                                                          mon diseases of the systems .
0610	 DII	 	5	      LEE,	M	              ARR	      ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         8402	 DII	 	5	      MC	BURNEY,	J	        ARR	       ARR	
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Michael            to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 Lee by the second day of class, either via email at Michael.Lee@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4399.          WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

                                                                                                                          HIT           158             Pathophysiology for Health Information Technology
                                                                                                                          Emphasis is placed on the disease processes affecting the human body via an
                                                                                                                          integrated approach to specific disease entities including the causes, diagnosis,
                                                                                                                          and treatment of disease . Prerequisite: AOT 147/HIT 147 with a minimum 2 .0 .
                                                                                                                          8408	 DII	 	4	    BLOOMSBURG	            ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                           to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                           WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.




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

HIT           159             Advanced Hospital Coding and CCS Prep                                                        This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                           to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
The Advanced Hospital Coding and CCS Prep course is a capstone course . It is                                              WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
designed for students with previous experience and or education in coding and
billing and want to prepare for successful completion of the American Health In-                                          ICS           130             Survey of Asian American Culture [H]
formation Management Association’s mastery-level credentialing exam Certified                                             An introduction to the history and people of Asian descent in the United States .
Coding Specialist (CCS) . Students must have an intermediate knowledge of medi-                                           This class covers the ethnic, national, cultural, and religious diversity of Ameri-
cal terminology, anatomy, physiology, pathology, ICD-9-CM coding, and CPT-4                                               cans who trace their culture and/or origins to Asia as well as the immigration and
coding . Prerequisite: HIT 157 or a score of 78 percent on the AOT coding exam .                                          acculturation of members of these populations .
8400	 DII	 	5	      BLOOMSBURG	           ARR	      ARR	                                                                  8242	 DII	 	5	      SUN,	Y	              ARR	       ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits          This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or        to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.                                                                                       WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 4/5/10, 6:00 p.m., room L101.


                                                HISTORY                                                                                                               MATHEMATICS
HIST          116             History of Africa [S/B]                                                                     MATH          084             Algebra/Geometry
This course is an introduction to the history of the peoples of Africa from the ear-                                      This introductory course includes signed number operations, algebraic concepts,
liest human civilizations on the continent to the present . (Previously HIS 116)                                          ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates, angles, triangles, and area and vol-
2016	 DII	 	5	       MITCHELL,	M	         ARR	       ARR	                                                                 ume . For students who have never taken algebra or who need a refresher before
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         enrolling in MATH 091 . Prerequisite: MATH 082 with appropriate TABE test score,
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       or MATH 083, or COMPASS 44-50 placement . (Previously MTH 084)
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
                                                                                                                          8794	 DII	 	2	      LIEBLER,	N	         ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                           This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                            HISTORY CCN                                                                    to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                           WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
HIST& 126                     World Civilizations I [H]
A study of world civilizations from their origins through late antiquity . Emphasis                                       MATH          095             Intermediate Algebra
will be placed upon Western, East Asian, and South Asian civilizations . Philosophies,                                    This course is a rapid coverage of high school-level algebra . Topics include: inte-
religions, and political and social systems will be covered . (Previously HIS 101)                                        ger and rational exponents, operations with polynomials and factoring, opera-
                                                                                                                          tions with rational and radical expressions, solving quadratic and rational equa-
8234	 DII	 	5	       WOODS,	M	            ARR	       ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         tions, graphs of lines and parabolas, systems of equations, complex numbers,
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       functions, and applications of all of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: 2 .0 or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
                                                                                                                          better in MATH 097 is acceptable but not advised or COMPASS test placement .
HIST& 128                     World Civilizations III [H]                                                                 (Previously MTH 095)
An examination of the major civilizations of the world from the birth of the mod-                                         8582	 DII	 	5	       ZHANG,	L	           ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                           Mandatory orientation 4/5/10 at 5:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Limin Zhang at LZhang@columbiabasin.
ern age to the present . Emphasis is on the development of the modern nation-                                              edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
state, international relations, socio-economic developments, and shifting pat-                                             Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
terns of thought . (Previously HIS 103)
8236	 DII	 	5	       FLYNN,	G	           ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                          MATH          096             Algebra Review 1
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         The first course of a three-quarter sequence (MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098)
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       which covers elementary and intermediate algebra . Topics include: operations
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 6:00 p.m., room W150.
                                                                                                                          with real numbers, solutions of linear equations and inequalities, graphing lines,
HIST& 214                     Pacific Northwest History                                                                   and applications of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: MATH 084 or COMPASS test
A general history of the Pacific Northwest with particular emphasis on Wash-                                              placement . (Previously MTH 096)
ington state . Special emphasis is given to Indian culture, Indian-White relations,                                       8588	 DII	 	5	      HASHAM,	M	           ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                           Mandatory orientation 4/6/10 at 5:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Melissa Hasham at MHasham@columbiabasin.
settlement, race relations, industrialization, and changes created by WWI and                                              edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
WWII . (Previously HIS 251)                                                                                                Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
2034	 DII	 	5	       ARNOLD,	D	          ARR	       ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits         MATH          097             Algebra Review 2
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       The second course of a three-quarter sequence (MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098)
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
                                                                                                                          which covers elementary and intermediate algebra . Topics include: operations
                                                                                                                          with polynomials, factoring polynomials, solving equations by factoring, expo-
                               HUMAN DEVELOPMENT                                                                          nents, scientific notation, operations with rational expressions, solving rational
HDEV          135             College Major/Career Planning                                                               equations, and applications of all of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: grade of
This course is designed to assist students in gaining insight into interests, values,                                     2 .0 or better in MATH 096 or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 097)
personality, strengths, and the decision-making processes necessary for choosing                                          8594	 DII	 	5	      ZHANG,	L	            ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                           Mandatory orientation 4/5/10 at 4:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Limin Zhang at LZhang@columbiabasin.
a college major and planning a career . This course is for those who are choosing,                                         edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
changing, or confirming their educational goals . Topics will include growing ca-                                          Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
reer opportunities, job hunting techniques, goal-setting, and tools for success .
(Previously EDUC 135, which was previously ED 135)                                                                        MATH          098             Algebra Review 3
                                                                                                                          The third course of a three-quarter sequence (MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098)
8990	 DII	 	3	      DE	LEON,	C	          ARR	       ARR	                                                                  which covers elementary and intermediate algebra . Topics include: graphs of
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. There is a $34.55 fee. Students will be required to attend
 one on campus meeting. An Angel orientation is required for students new to Angel – sign up before classes begin         lines and parabolas, systems of equations, operations with radical expressions,
 at http://bit.ly/CBCorient. There is a $27.00 career testing fee. Log on to the website no later than Thurs., April 8,   complex numbers, solving quadratic equations, and functions and applications
 2010 and complete posted assignments.
                                                                                                                          of the aforementioned . A grade of 2 .0 or better in this class will satisfy the Inter-
9005	      DII	     	3	       BROUNS,	D	                   ARR	            ARR	                                           mediate Algebra proficiency requirement for the AA degree . Prerequisite: grade
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or       of 2 .0 or better in MATH 097 . (Previously MTH 098)
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
                                                                                                                          8604	 DII	 	5	        SPENCE,	J	          ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                           Mandatory orientaion 4/6/10 at 8:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact John Spence at JSpence@columbiabasin.
                               INTERCULTURAL STUDY                                                                         edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
                                                                                                                           Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
ICS           120             Survey of Hispanic Culture [H]
An introduction to the culture and civilization of the Spanish-speaking world;
taught in English .
8240	 DII	 	5	      VALADEZ,	M	        ARR	       ARR	


                                                                                                                                                                                                  Distance Learning– 58
            Distance Learning
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                                 COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                 DAY	          TIME	                             LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                   DAY	          TIME	                              LOCATION

MATH          147             Finite Math [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                                                                             MUSIC CCN
Fundamental concepts of mathematics emphasizing appreciation and respect
for precise definitions and logical reasoning . A course especially suited for stu-                                   MUSC& 105                     Music Appreciation [H]
dents in the behavioral, managerial, and social sciences . Topics include matrices,                                   The study of musical literature from early times to the present . Emphasis on lis-
systems of linear equations and inequalities, finance, probability and counting                                       tening and enjoyment through the use of recordings, attendance at concerts,
techniques, game theory, decision analysis, and Markov chains . Prerequisite:                                         and films . (Previously MUS 115)
grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement .                                            8092	 DII	 	5	      PEDERSEN,	R	        ARR	       ARR	
(Previously MTH 147)                                                                                                   This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
                                                                                                                       campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
8624	 DII	 	5	       MEIER,	P	           ARR	       ARR	                                                               See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Bob Pedersen
 Mandatory orientation 4/5/10 at 6:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Paul Meier at p.meier@columbiabasin.edu for           by the second day of class, either via email at bpedersen@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4387.
 further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com. Students

                                                                                                                                                    NUTRITION & FOOD CCN
 may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.


                                     MATHEMATICS CCN                                                                  NUTR& 101                     Nutrition [M/S]
                                                                                                                      Principles of nutrition as they apply to macro-nutrients . Economic, cultural, and
MATH& 107                     Math In Society [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                            psychological influences are considered . The need for vitamins, minerals, and
This class is designed for students who have successfully completed intermedi-                                        special nutritional requirements at different stages of the lifecycle and special
ate algebra . This course will attempt to make mathematics enjoyable, practical,                                      topics of current concern are included . (Previously NFS 111)
understandable, and informative using a variety of real-life applications . Topics
include: linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic models, geometry, tes-                                       8494	 DII	 	5	       BARTON,	D	          ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                       Students taking this class will need to purchase an Access Code in addition to the course textbook. Website
sellations, fractals, logic, interest, annuities, loans, probability, and statistics . The                             information for purchasing the Access Code will be provided at the beginning of the quarter by the instructor via
class will satisfy the quantitative skills requirement for the AA degree . Prerequi-                                   WebCT. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional
                                                                                                                       visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel
site: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement .                                       or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.
(Previously MTH 130)
8622	 DII	 	5	         BOURAMA,	T	           ARR	        ARR	
 Mandatory orientation 4/5/10 at 7:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Toure Bourama at TBourama@columbiabasin.
                                                                                                                                                             PHILOSOPHY CCN
 edu for further information. This course is priimarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
 Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                      PHIL& 101                     Intro to Philosophy [H]
                                                                                                                      A study of the fundamental questions concerning humans and the universe that
MATH& 141                     Precalculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                              recur in the history of their thoughts, religion, knowledge, reality, and morality .
Designed to prepare students for entry into basic calculus . Precalculus I togeth-                                    (Previously PHI 101)
er with Precalculus II is designed to prepare students for entry into the calculus                                    8244	 DII	 	5	      KLAMM-DONEEN	         ARR	      ARR	
sequence: MATH& 151, MATH& 152, MATH& 153, and MATH& 254 . The topics in-                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                       to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
clude: absolute value, complex numbers, linear and quadratic equations, rational,                                      WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
polynomial, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions, theory of
equations, and sequences and series . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH
095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement . Students completing MATH& 141                                                                                          PHYSICS CCN
may not receive graduation credit for MATH& 144 . (Previously MTH 154)                                                PHYS& 100                     Physics Non-Sci Majors [M/S]
8628	 DII	 	5	      HASHAM,	M	           ARR	      ARR	                                                               Introduces the principles and concepts of physics using elementary algebraic
 Mandatory orientation 4/6/10 at 6:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Melissa Hasham at MHasham@columbiabasin.             procedures . Selected topics from classical and modern physics . Primarily for the
 edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
 Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.       non-science major . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 096 . (Previously PHY 100)
                                                                                                                      8550	 DII	 	4	      SIDIBE,	A	           ARR	     ARR	
MATH& 146                     Introduction to Stats [M/S] [Q/SR]                                                       Mandatory orientation 4/6/10 at 7:00 p.m. in room S230. Please contact Aissata Sidibe at ASidibe@columbiabasin.
                                                                                                                       edu if further information is needed. This class is primarily conducted through the Internet. Students may also be
A course especially suited for the non-physical science major such as business,                                        required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
behavioral sciences, computer science, etc . A study of both descriptive and in-
ferential statistics . It includes measures of central tendency, probability, sam-
pling methods, hypothesis testing, linear regression, and correlation . Prerequi-                                                                   POLITICAL SCIENCE CCN
site: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement .                                      POLS& 200                     Introduction to Law
(Previously MTH 143)                                                                                                  A continuation of BUS& 201 . Topics covered include: partnerships, corporations,
8634	 DII	 	5	         RUSSELL,	L	        ARR	       ARR	                                                             real and personal property, financial arrangements, government regulatory
 Mandatory orientation 4/5/10 at 8:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Larry Russell at LRussell@columbiabasin.             schemes, and more . (Previously BA 255)
 edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
 Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.       8246	 DII	 	5	     ROMANSKI,	F	        ARR	       ARR	
                                                                                                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
8636	      DII	     	5	       BOURAMA,	T	                ARR	           ARR	                                           to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 Mandatory orientation 4/5/10 at 7:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Toure Bourama at TBourama@columbiabasin.              WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 5:30 p.m., room B116.
 edu for further information. This course is priimarily conducted through the Internet at www.mymathlab.com.
 Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee.
                                                                                                                      POLS& 202                     AMERICAN GOVERNMENT [S/B]
                                                                                                                      A survey of the system and process of American national politics and govern-
                                                 MUSIC                                                                ment; including the structure and function of the executive, legislative, and ju-
MUSC          116             History of Jazz [H]                                                                     dicial branches, and the American political party system . (Previously PS 100)
The evolution of jazz and the development of black music in white America . This is                                   8248	 DII	 	5	     FLYNN,	G	           ARR	       ARR	
an intercultural humanities course . Emphasis on listening and enjoyment through                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                       to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
the use of recordings, attendance at concerts, and films . (Previously MUS 116)                                        WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 7:00 p.m., room W150.
8072	 DII	 	5	      CLARK,	D	           ARR	         ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits     POLS& 203                     International Relations [S/B]
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or   An examination of various theoretical approaches to international politics, causes
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave
 Clark by the second day of class, either via email at dclark@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.        of war, approaches to peace, and sources of conflict in the contemporary world .
                                                                                                                      (Previously PS 103)
                                                                                                                      2056	 DII	 	5	     KERZNER,	M	          ARR	      ARR	
                                                                                                                       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
                                                                                                                       to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
                                                                                                                       WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 4/6/10, 6:00 p.m., room W147.




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

                                      PSYCHOLOGY CCN                                                                                                                  THEATRE
PSYC& 100                     General Psychology [S/B]                                                                DRMA          215             Survey of Theatre History [H]
Introduction to the basic principles of human behavior and mental processes .                                         This is a survey course that covers significant trends and innovations through-
Some areas of study are personality and learning theory, neurobiology, motiva-                                        out theatre history from its inception in ancient Greece through the present .
tion, cognition, memory, research design, and methods . (Previously PSY 101)                                          The emphasis, however, is on early theatre and its development and evolution .
2078	 DII	 	5	     BARR,	K	             ARR	     ARR	                                                                 (Previously THA 215)
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits     8048	 DII	 	5	      CAMPBELL,	R	        ARR	       ARR	
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel       This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to
 or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 4/5/10, 6:00 pm, room L107.       campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt.
8250	      DII	     	5	       SIMMELINK,S	               ARR	           ARR	                                           See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Ronn Campbell
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits      by the second day of class, either via email at rcampbell@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5544.
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.
                                                                                                                                                           WOMEN’S STUDIES
PSYC& 200                     Lifespan Psychology [S/B]                                                               WS            155             Women’s Cultural Heritage [H]
A comprehensive survey of psychological development of the human from con-                                            An introductory course which presents an overview of the contributions women
ception to death in relation to biological, physical, social, and psychological con-                                  have made socially, politically, and culturally .
ditions . Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 . (Previously PSY 240)
                                                                                                                      8211	 DII	 	5	    MEADOWS,	D	            ARR	     ARR	
2082	 DII	 	5	       STEVENS,	K	          ARR	       ARR	                                                              This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits      to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or    WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.


                                            SOCIOLOGY
SOC           110             Gender, Media, and Popular Culture
This course explores how men and women, as well as the qualities of “mascu-
linity” and “femininity,” are portrayed in print, visual, and news media, as well as
the relationship between gender and cultural experiences, such as technology,
sports, and violence .
8263	 DII	 	5	      MELINA,	L	            ARR	        ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

SOC           150             Marriage-Family [S/B]
The family is discussed in broad sociobiological, historical, and comparative
perspectives . Modern family life is analyzed after conceptual frameworks have
been developed .
8280	 DII	 	5	     CHAKRABARTI	          ARR	      ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

SOC           160             Gender Studies
Societies create many roles for their members, depending upon technology, or-
ganization, and the distribution of power . Some of those roles are assigned on the
basis of sex . This course examines the social creation of those gender roles assigned
to sex and sexual behavior, and explores the inner life of acting out those roles .
8282	 DII	 	5	         CHAKRABARTI	        ARR	        ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.


                                        SOCIOLOGY CCN
SOC&          101             Intro to Sociology [S/B]
An introduction to the scientific study of society . Emphasis on relationship of
the individual to society, inequality, social institutions, and deviant behavior .
(Previously SOC 101)
8264	 DII	 	5	     TAFF,	G	              ARR	       ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday,4/6/10, 6:00 p.m., room B104.
8284	      DII	     	5	       CHAKRABARTI	               ARR	           ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

SOC&          201             Social Problems [S/B]
Examines conditions that adversely affect the quality of life in the United States .
Deviant behavior (crime, alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual deviance, mental ill-
ness) and problems of inequality (including poverty, racism, and sexism) are to
be covered . (Previously SOC 201)
8266	 DII	 	5	      BOUROUH,	C	        ARR	      ARR	
 This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits
 to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or
 WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 4/5/10, 6:00 p.m., room B113.




                                                                                                                                                                                                 Distance Learning– 60
           Weekend Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                    COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                DAY	         TIME	   LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	        DAY	   TIME	                   LOCATION

                    EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                                                                                         READING
ECE           113             Stars 20 Hour Basic Training                               RDG           079             Spelling
This class meets the Washington State Training and Registry System (STARS) re-           This course teaches students how to improve their spelling through the use of
quirements for child care providers . Instruction will provide an overview of the core   spelling rules and in-context exercises . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held
competency areas including child growth and development, child guidance, and             in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format .
health and safety as well as current state policies and early childhood research .       8808	 WK	 	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	      	8:30AM-10:30AM	            A221
8454	 WK	 	2	       NEWELL,	H	              Sa	        	8:00AM-12:00PM	           A024   8810	 WK	 	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	      	9:30AM-11:30AM	            A221
 Class meets Apr 10 - May 8, 2010. Call (509) 542-4640 for information.                  8812	 WK	 	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	      10:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
                                                                                         8814	 WK	 	2	       SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	      	8:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
                                              ENGLISH                                    RDG           082             Study Techniques
ENGL          088             Writing Skills                                             Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies for
This class is for students needing individualized instruction to improve their profi-    college . Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time) manage-
ciency in basic writing skills . After interpreting diagnostic testing in the Learning   ment, creating a study system, and test preparation and taking . This is a directed
Opportunities Center (LOC), the instructor develops a program for each student .         learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) . Instruction
The grade is pass/no credit . Class held in LOC, where instruction is conducted in       includes textbook and web activities .
a lab format . (Previously ENG 088)                                                      8820	 WK	 	1	         SUNDBLAD,	T	       Sa	      	8:30AM-10:30AM	             A221
8704	 WK	 	1	         LEE,	M	                 Sa	      	8:30AM-10:30AM	           A221    $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
8706	 WK	 	1	         LEE,	M	                 Sa	      	9:30AM-11:30AM	           A221   8822	      WK	      	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	       Sa	    	9:30AM-11:30AM	            A221
                                                                                          $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
8708	 WK	 	1	         LEE,	M	                 Sa	      10:30AM-12:30PM	           A221
8710	 WK	 	2	         LEE,	M	                 Sa	      	8:30AM-12:30PM	           A221   8824	      WK	      	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	       Sa	    10:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
                                                                                          $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
ENGL          091             Grammar Skills                                             8842	      WK	      	2	       SUNDBLAD,	T	       Sa	    	8:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
A review of basic grammar including sample writing, sentence structure, usage,            $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
and mechanics . The grade is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Oppor-
tunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . Prerequisite: COMPASS          RDG           085             Vocabulary Improvement
score of 1-12 . (Previously ENG 091)                                                     This developmental vocabulary class teaches students how to increase their vo-
8716	 WK	 	1	        LEE,	M	            Sa	         	8:30AM-10:30AM	          A221       cabulary using an in-context approach . Two levels of text are available, based
8718	 WK	 	1	        LEE,	M	            Sa	         	9:30AM-11:30AM	          A221       on reading level . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Oppor-
8720	 WK	 	1	        LEE,	M	            Sa	         10:30AM-12:30PM	          A221       tunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format .
8722	 WK	 	2	        LEE,	M	            Sa	         	8:30AM-12:30PM	          A221       8856	 WK	 	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	         Sa	          	8:30AM-10:30AM	         A221
                                                                                         8858	 WK	 	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	         Sa	          	9:30AM-11:30AM	         A221
                                      HUMAN SERVICES                                     8862	 WK	 	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	         Sa	          10:30AM-12:30PM	         A221
                                                                                         8866	 WK	 	2	       SUNDBLAD,	T	         Sa	          	8:30AM-12:30PM	         A221
HS            241             Adv Adolescent Chem Dependency Assess & Counsel
This course expands the knowledge gained in HS 231 and provides additional               RDG           088             Reading Skills
experience with adolescent addictions theory . Specific course topics include ad-        Designed for students needing individualized instruction to improve their profi-
vanced adolescent assessment, adolescent and child development in relation to            ciency in basic reading skills . After interpreting diagnostic testing in the Learning
alcohol/drug use, and advanced assessment and treatment of the culturally di-            Opportunity Center (LOC), the instructor develops a program for each student .
verse youth as required by Washington Administrative Code for Youth Chemical             Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the LOC where instruction is a lab format .
Dependency Counselors (YCDC) .                                                           For those students whose schedules do not allow for RDG 091, this class serves as
                                                                                         an alternate . Prerequisite: COMPASS score of 45-60 or teacher recommendation .
8272	 WK	 	5	      OCHOA,	T	          SaSu	       	9:00AM-	5:00PM	           L107
                                                                                         8880	 WK	 	1	        SUNDBLAD,	T	             Sa	      	8:30AM-10:30AM	            A221
                                            MATHEMATICS                                  8882	 WK	 	1	
                                                                                         8886	 WK	 	1	
                                                                                                              SUNDBLAD,	T	
                                                                                                              SUNDBLAD,	T	
                                                                                                                                       Sa	
                                                                                                                                       Sa	
                                                                                                                                                	9:30AM-11:30AM	
                                                                                                                                                10:30AM-12:30PM	
                                                                                                                                                                            A221
                                                                                                                                                                            A221
MATH          080             Whole Numbers                                              8890	 WK	 	2	        SUNDBLAD,	T	             Sa	      	8:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division . Class is held in the Learning
Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise            RDG           089             Speed Reading
noted . Prerequisite: COMPASS score between 1-19 . (Previously MTH 080)                  This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading com-
                                                                                         prehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software . Grading is
8750	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	              Sa	       	8:30AM-10:30AM	            A221      pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where
8752	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	              Sa	       	9:30AM-11:30AM	            A221      instruction is a lab format .
8754	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	              Sa	       10:30AM-12:30PM	            A221
                                                                                         8904	 WK	 	1	        LEE,	M	              Sa	     	8:30AM-10:30AM	         A221
MATH          081             Fractions                                                  8906	 WK	 	1	        LEE,	M	              Sa	     	9:30AM-11:30AM	         A221
Fraction operations and word problems . Class is held in the Learning Opportuni-         8910	 WK	 	1	        LEE,	M	              Sa	     10:30AM-12:30PM	         A221
ties Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Pre-        8914	 WK	 	2	        LEE,	M	              Sa	     	8:30AM-12:30PM	         A221
requisite: COMPASS score between 20-27 . (Previously MTH 081)
7783	 WK	 	1	      LEE,	M	                Sa	     	8:30AM-10:30AM	           A221
                                                                                         RDG           105             Speed Reading
                                                                                         This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading com-
8766	 WK	 	1	      LEE,	M	                Sa	     	9:30AM-11:30AM	           A221        prehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software . Class is held
8768	 WK	 	1	      LEE,	M	                Sa	     10:30AM-12:30PM	           A221        in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format .
MATH          082             Measures/Decimals/Percentages                              8928	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	              Sa	     	8:30AM-10:30AM	          A221
Decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, measurements, and graphs . Class is held        8930	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	              Sa	     	9:30AM-11:30AM	          A221
in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format un-         8934	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	              Sa	     10:30AM-12:30PM	          A221
less otherwise noted . Prerequisite: MATH 081 . (Previously MTH 082)                     8938	 WK	 	2	       LEE,	M	              Sa	     	8:30AM-12:30PM	          A221
8782	 WK	 	2	       SUNDBLAD,	T	         Sa	       	8:30AM-12:30PM	          A221
MATH          083             Review Basics
A review of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, power and square
roots, measurement and metrics, word problems (fractions, decimals, percent-
ages), and tables and graphs . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Cen-
ter (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite:
COMPASS score between 28-43 . (Previously MTH 083)
8790	 WK	 	2	      SUNDBLAD,	T	          Sa	       	8:30AM-12:30PM	          A221


61 – Weekend Classes                                                                                        *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                                                                                   Weekend Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                  COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	        DAY	   TIME	               LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	     DAY	   TIME	            LOCATION

RDG           110             Study Techniques
Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies for
college . Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time) manage-
ment, creating a study system, and test preparation and taking . This is a directed
learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) . Instruction
includes textbook and web activities .
8954	 WK	 	1	         SUNDBLAD,	T	       Sa	      	8:30AM-10:30AM	             A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
8956	      WK	      	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	       Sa	    	9:30AM-11:30AM	        A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
8960	      WK	      	1	       SUNDBLAD,	T	       Sa	    10:30AM-12:30PM	        A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.
8964	      WK	      	2	       SUNDBLAD,	T	       Sa	    	8:30AM-12:30PM	        A221
 $5.95 LASSI testing fee.

RDG           115             Vocabulary Improvement
This class teaches students how to expand their vocabularies with emphasis on
Greek and Latin root words . Also included are words often confused and mis-
used, descriptive words, action words, name derivatives, and words from various
academic disciplines . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC)
where instruction is a lab format .
8978	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	               Sa	      	8:30AM-10:30AM	         A221
8980	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	               Sa	      	9:30AM-11:30AM	         A221
8984	 WK	 	1	       LEE,	M	               Sa	      10:30AM-12:30PM	         A221
8988	 WK	 	2	       LEE,	M	               Sa	      	8:30AM-12:30PM	         A221




                   *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                     Weekend Classes – 62
            Workshop Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                                              COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	                  DAY	          TIME	                         LOCATION    	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	     DAY	     TIME	                LOCATION

WKSP          000             Community Fitness
W600	 AA	           	0	       STOKER,	L	                  ARR	           ARR	                              G106
 Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. New users must complete an
 orientation. Call (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours (M-TH) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm.

WKSP          090             First Year Introduction
Introduction to the academic culture, purpose, expectations, resources, proce-
dures, and policies . Required for all degree and certificate seeking students prior
to enrollment in second quarter of classes . There is a fee of $50 .
Z110	 AA	 	0	        STAFF	               TWTh	      	8:00AM-11:20AM	          B104
 Class meets prior to the start of spring quarter on March 30, 31, April 1, 2010.
Z120	      BA	      	0	       STAFF	                     TWTh	           	8:00AM-11:20AM	                  B105
 Class meets prior to the start of spring quarter on March 30, 31, April 1, 2010.
Z130	      CA	      	0	       STAFF	                     TWTh	           	8:00AM-11:20AM	                  B111
 Class meets prior to the start of spring quarter on March 30, 31, April 1, 2010.
Z410	      DIA	     	0	       CLARY,	C	                   ARR	           ARR	
 For class meeting times and dates, contact Cathy.Clary at columbiabasin.edu or (509) 542-5509.
Z412	      DIC	     	0	       CLARY,	C	                   ARR	           ARR	
 For class meeting times and dates, contact Cathy.Clary at columbiabasin.edu or (509) 542-5509.
Z230	      FA	      	0	       STAFF	                     TWTh	           12:00PM-	3:20PM	                  B106
 Class meets prior to the start of spring quarter on March 30, 31, April 1, 2010.
Z240	      GA	      	0	       STAFF	                     TWTh	           12:00PM-	3:20PM	                  B111
 Class meets prior to the start of spring quarter on March 30, 31, April 1, 2010.
Z140	      WB	      	0	       STAFF	                     TWTh	           	5:30PM-	8:50PM	                  B105
 Class meets prior to the start of spring quarter on March 30, 31, April 1, 2010.
Z150	      XB	      	0	       STAFF	                     TWTh	           	5:30PM-	8:50PM	                  B104
 Class meets prior to the start of spring quarter on March 30, 31, April 1, 2010.
Z160	      YB	      	0	       STAFF	                     TWTh	           	5:30PM-	8:50PM	                  B111
 Class meets prior to the start of spring quarter on March 30, 31, April 1, 2010.




63 – Workshop Classes                                                                                                                 *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.
                                                                                                                                        WorkSource Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE                                                                       COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
	 LINE#	    SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	        DAY	   TIME	                   LOCATION   	 LINE#	   SEC.	   CREDITS	   INSTRUCTOR	        DAY	    TIME	            LOCATION

           Classes below are held at WorkSource Columbia Basin
             815 N . Kellogg, Suite D, Kennewick (509) 734-7477
     All levels of ABE/GED are offered at the WorkSource from 8:00 a .m .- 4:00 p .m .
       For information about assessment and registration, call (509) 542-5501 .
ENGL           091             Grammar Skills
6402	       39	      	0.7	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6404	       40	      	0.7	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6406	       41	      	0.8	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6408	       42	      	0.8	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
MATH           080             Whole Numbers
6412	       43	      	0.2	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6414	       44	      	0.2	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6416	       45	      	0.3	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6418	       46	      	0.3	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
MATH           081             Fractions
6420	 47	            	0.2	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6422	 48	            	0.2	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6424	 49	            	0.3	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6426	 50	            	0.3	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
7MATH 082            Measures/Decimals/Percentages
6428	 51	            	0.2	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6430	 52	            	0.2	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6432	 53	            	0.2	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6434	 54	            	0.2	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6436	 55	            	0.3	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6438	 56	            	0.3	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6440	 57	            	0.3	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6442	 58	            	0.3	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
MATH           083             Review Basics
6444	       59	      	0.2	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6446	       60	      	0.2	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6448	       61	      	0.4	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6452	       63	      	0.4	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6454	       64	      	0.4	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6455	       90	      	0.4	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
MATH           084             Algebra/Geometry
6456	       65	      	0.5	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6458	       66	      	0.5	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6460	       67	      	0.5	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6462	       68	      	0.5	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
RDG            079             Spelling
6468	       69	      	0.5	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6470	       70	      	0.5	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6472	       71	      	0.5	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6474	       72	      	0.5	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6476	       73	      	0.5	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	
6478	       74	      	0.5	     ISAKSON,	G	      MTWTh	   	8:00AM-	4:00PM	




                    *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.                                                                          WorkSource Classes – 64
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