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					2010              The beauty of
               education is that it can
                  never be taken

               away and it will always
                be available to use.                                                                                                           credit

                                   NicholaS Sukkau                                                                                              page 16
                                Oregon State University graduate ‘03
         Leadership in Energy and Environment Design certification ‘06
                        Sustainability Building Adviser certification ‘09
                             Current MHCC Architectural Engineering
                                        Technology student Class of ‘10                                                                      education
                                                                                                                                            & non-credit
                                                                                                                                                page 31

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                Gresham Campus Maywood Park Campus
               Bruning Center for Allied Health Education

                   Добро пожаловать! См. страницу 3 для                     ¡Bienvenidos! Para información en como   Xin chào mừng! Xem trang 3 để biết
                 информации об изучении английского языка.                       aprender inglés vea la página 3.        tin tức về việc học Anh ngữ.
table of contentS                                      Mt. Hood Community College

  Welcome to MHCC                                                                                                  Changes to the Schedule of Classes
     Student Enrollment Process for Credit Classes -------------- 2                                                  In an effort to provide students with accurate information, the schedule of classes
     How to Register ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 3                  has been redesigned. The major changes include:

     Computer Labs ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 4
     Tuition Rates / How to Pay ----------------------------------------------------- 5
     Quick Information Guide -------------------------------------------------- 6 - 7
                                                                                                                                Course & Credits - The new format lists classes by program, beginning
                                                                                                                                on Page 16. All detailed class information including day, time, room number, instructor
     Important Winter Term Dates ----------------------- 7, back cover
                                                                                                                                and fees no longer appear in the printed schedule but may be accessed online at
  Student Information                                                                                                  See a demo on finding your classes at
     MyMHCC (Portal) Instructions --------------------------------------------- 8

     Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) -------------------------- 9
     Financial Aid FAQ’s ---------------------------------------------------------------- 10                                    Non-credit - Community education and workforce development
     Cover Story ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 11                          classes are included in the schedule and are listed beginning on Page 31.
     New Student Orientation ----------------------------------------------------- 13                                           Classes are offered for personal enrichment, skill upgrading and job training.
     Programs and Majors ---------------------------------------------------- 14 -15

                                                                                                                   3            Reference - Board policies, administrative regulations and other stu-
     General Information --------------------------------------------------------------- 19
  Class Listings                                                                                                                 dent information are available online and in the MHCC catalog. Web links to the
      Distance Learning ------------------------------------------------------------- 16 -18
                                                                                                                                 information previously included in the schedule have been listed throughout this
      Credit Class Listings ------------------------------------------------------- 20 - 29
      Community Education (non-credit) -------------------------- 31 - 39
                                                                                                                                 printed schedule and a complete list is on Pages 6 - 7

      Community Skills Center (non-credit) --------------------- 40 - 41
      Online Classes (non-credit) --------------------------------------- 42 - 45                                               Internet Access - MHCC provides free access to computers for
      Small Business Development Center --------------------- 46 - 50                                                            registration purposes (see Page 4). In addition, Internet access for registration is
      Aquatics Schedule -------------------------------------------------------------------- 51                                  available at several off-site locations (please contact them for hours and availability):
  For Reference
                                                                                                                     Fairview Public Library        MHCC Steps to Success Rockwood Community Office Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce
      Maps ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 52 - 54              1520 NE Village St.            1415 SE 122nd Ave.    18709 SE Stark St.        39260 Pioneer Blvd
      Phone Directory ------------------------------------------------------------------------- 55                   Fairview, OR 97024             Portland, OR 97233    Gresham, OR 97030         Sandy, OR 97055
      Index ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 56        Gresham Public Library         Midland Public Library        Rockwood Public Library           Sandy Public Library
                                                                                                                      385 NW Miller Ave              805 SE 122nd Ave.             17917 SE Stark St.                38980 Proctor Blvd.
                    Main Phone Numbers for MHCC Campuses                                                              Gresham, OR 97030              Portland, OR 97233            Portland, OR 97233                Sandy, OR 97055
               Bruning Center for Allied
                                                                                                                 Need Assistance?
               Health Education                                                                                                                                   For questions or assistance with registration, please call 503-491-7393,
               Gresham Campus                                    503-491-6422                                                                                     between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. M-F.
               Maywood Park Campus                               503-491-6100
                                                                                                                 This schedule is published for information to the general public. Every effort is made to ensure accuracy at the time of printing. However,
                                                                                                                 the statements contained here are not to be regarded as an irrevocable contract between a student and the College. MHCC reserves
“SCHEDULE OF CLASSES” (USPS 002866) Winter Term 2010. Published quarterly by                                     the right to change or cancel a class at any time and to alter stated policy by action of the MHCC District Board of Education. Acces-
 Mt. Hood Community College, 26000 S.E. Stark St., Gresham, Oregon 97030. Peri-                                  sible formats for individuals with disabilities are available by calling the Disability Services Office at 503-497-6923 or 503-491-7670 (TDD).
 odicals postage paid at Gresham, Ore., and at additional mailing office.                                        Course offerings may be adjusted for economic reasons and students are urged to register early.
getting Started                                Student Enrollment Process for Credit Classes

    All Students
        start here

     1                                                                    2                                                        3
                      If you’ve never taken classes at Mt. Hood
                                                                                If needed, take the College Placement Test (CPT)               Meet with an adviser.
                      Community College (MHCC) or have not attended
                      for one year or more, complete an admission form;         in the Testing Center at the Gresham Campus.
                                                                                                                                                 Additional Information:
                      otherwise, continue to step 2.
                                                                                  Additional Information:                                 
                        Additional Information:

     4                                                                    5                                                        6
                      Contact the Disability Services Office if you                                                                          Register for classes at MyMHCC (the portal)
                      need those services (see Page 19).                  Find your classes and plan your schedule.                          on the College’s Web site, see Page 3 “how to
                                                                                                                                             register” for instructions.
                        Additional Information:
                                                                              Additional Information:                                          Additional Information:
                                                                                                                                                   503-491-7315, or 503-491-7393

     7                                                                                                                             9

                           Pay tuition and fees with:
                                                           You nline!
                           •Cash        •Bank card         pay o                                                                                Get to know your College!
                           •Check •Financial aid                               Buy your books. Visit the MHCC                                   Take a campus tour.
                           Payment plans are available!                        Bookstore at the Gresham Campus
                                                                               or go online.
                             Additional Information:                                                                                              Additional Information:
                                                     Additional Information:                                     
                                 503-491-7462                                                                         503-491-7277
                             Financial Aid Information:                             503-491-7188                                            
                                 503-491-7262                                                                                                         503-491-7228

2   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                      For admissions information, visit or call 503-491-7393.
how to regiSter
 Please complete the getting started steps on Page 2 before you register.
                                                                                                Если Вы желаете посещать классы изучения английского языка, по программе ESL
                                                                                                (English Second Language) ,Вам необходимо:

Online Registration for Credit Classes                                                            1. Записаться на прием для тестирования Вашего уровня английского языка по тел.
Available seven days a week, 24 hours a day – see the online demos “How do I register for
                                                                                                  2. В назначенное время сдать тест.
classes,” or “How to find classes,” on the home page at MHCC:
                                                                                                  3. Явиться на ориентацию для получения результатов теста.
  1. Go to                                                                    4. Начать посещение классов и внести плату за обучение в течении первых 2-х недеwль.
  2. Enter username (your MHCC ID number) and password
                                                                                                Стоимость обучения - от $15 до $30 за один класс. За прохождение классов программы
         (your six-digit birth date, until you change it after logging in
                                                                                                ESL Вы не получаете зачетных баллов. Также, если вы имеете соответствующие льготы,
         for the first time). Click “Login.”                                                    Вам может быть предоставлено бесплатное обучение.
  3.     Click “Register Now or Check Degree Progress. (DARS).”
                                                                                                Если Вы начали посещать классы, но не можете продолжить обучение, Вам необходимо
  4.     Click “Set Term Options to Use Any Links Below”                                        обратиться в Студенческую Службу (Student Services) в главном отделение колледжа
         to set the session and year.                                                           (Gresham, Stark & 257th) или в отделение колледжа (Maywood Park office, Prescott & 102nd)
  5.     Click “Click Here to Set Options.” Select the appropriate session and year.            для отмены взятых классов. В противном случае Вы должны будете оплатить полную
  6.     Click “Submit Options” and close window.                                               стоимость обучения.
  7.     Click “Register for Classes.”
  8.     Enter alphanumeric course number, enter section number (to
         find a course or section number, click the “?“ next to the course                      Muốn học thêm tiếng Anh, bạn cần phải tuần tự làm những điều sau đây:
         or section number field), and enter grading type (Letter, Pass /                         1. Gọi số điện thoại 503-491-7333 để lấy hẹn thi xếp lớp.
         Fail or Audit). Click “Add.”                                                             2. Thi xếp lớp
  9.     Continue adding classes until your schedule is complete, by                              3. Tham dự một buổi hướng dẫn tin tức
         following Step 7 above.                                                                  4. Bắt đầu đi học. Hạn chót để trả học phí là tuần lễ thứ hai của học kỳ.
  10.    Click “See Details of Registered Courses” to view and print your                       Đây là một lớp học không có tín chỉ. Tùy theo từng lớp học, học phí của mỗi lớp là từ 15
         class list and total charges. NOTE: Course details are subject                         đến 30 đô-la. Ai có đủ điều kiện sẽ được miễn học phí. Nếu muốn bỏ không học nữa, bạn
         to change - print a new copy of your class schedule the first                          cần phải làm thủ tục bỏ lớp ở Student Services đúng thời hạn của trường ở Gresham hay
         day of class to be sure you have the most updated information.                         Maywood;nếu không, bạn vẫn phải trả tiền học dù không đến lớp học.
  11.    Click “Make Payment” to pay online (
  Questions: Call the Web Helpline at 503-491-6488 during business hours posted on
  Page 5, or check out the Online Demo on the MHCC Web site                 Si le interesa tomar clases de inglés como segundo idioma (ESL), deberá hacer lo siguiente:
  Prerequisites: If you override a course prerequisite and you do not meet the prerequisite       1. Llame al 503-491-7333 para programar una entrevista de evaluación.
  at MHCC, you may be required to show verification to the instructor to remain in the class.
                                                                                                  2. Haga la evaluación de ESL.
                                                                                                  3. Asista a una clase de orientación.
 Don't have a computer at home?                                                                   4. Comience las clases y pague a más tardar la 2.a semana.
       If you do not have access to the Internet, MHCC provides free access to
       computers for registration purposes (see Page 4). In addition, Internet access for       Las clases no son por créditos. El costo oscila entre $15 y $30 por clase. Aquellas personas
       registration is also available at several off-site locations including: Fairview         que reúnan ciertos requisitos pueden recibir exenciones de la tarifa.
       Public Library, Gresham Public Library, MHCC Steps to Success, Midland Public            Los estudiantes tienen la responsabilidad de cancelar sus clases en Servicios a Estudiantes
       Library, Rockwood Public Library, Sandy Area Chamber of Commerce, Sandy                  en el campus principal o en la oficina de Maywood Park; de lo contrario, deben pagar la
       Public Library and the MHCC Small Business Development Center. For a list of             totalidad de las tarifas del curso.
       addresses, see Page 1.

                                                                                                                                                              Mt. Hood Community College   3
    computer labS                                                                                           NOTE: Additional program specific computer labs may be available at the Bruning, Gresham,
                                                                                                            and Maywood sites. Please contact your program coordinator for more information.

         Lab Location                                         Software                                           Software Groups / Activities                                              Hours Open
    Main Computer Lab                MS Office Suite, AutoCAD, Anatomy and Physiology, C & S Solu-          Office applications, graphic design, business programs,         Mon - Thur: 7:30 a.m. -10 p.m.
    Room AC1450-3                    tions, Creative Suite, Centricity, Cortez Peters, Delmars CMA, Fire-   mathematics, computer science, keybording, various Internet     Fri: 7:30 a.m. - 4:55 p.m.
    Open to current MHCC students.   works, Key Champ, Language of Medicine, Logician, Maple, MATS,         browsers, utility programs, other academic specific software    Sat: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
                                     Mini Tab, Graph, Geo Sketchpad, Math Type, MS Works, Nutricalc,        Classwork and school related computer use, Internet             Sun: 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.
                                     Photoshop CS, SAM, Visual, WordPerfect, WorldSpan,          access, wireless and notebook stations, laser printing,
                                     3M, Kidspiration, SigmaNest, Maya PLE, SecondLife, Keyboarding         scanning, ADA accessible stations, DVD burners, transcrip-
                                     Pro, Opera, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Netscape, iTunes and Reader    tion machines and 10-key
    Library                          Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox                                     Internet browsers                                               Mon - Thur: 7 a.m. - 10 p.m.     Sat: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    Room AC2301                                                                                             General Internet access, search for Library material            Fri: 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.             Sun: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
    Open to the public
    Library Mini-Lab                 MS Office Suite, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox                    MS Office applications and Internet browsers                    Mon - Thur: 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.      Sat: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    Room AC2303                                                                                             Classwork and school-related computer use, Internet             Fri: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.          Sun: 1 p.m. - 5 p.m.
    Open to current MHCC students.                                                                          access, laser printing, ADA accessible station
    Engineering Classroom / Lab      MS Office Suite, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, ArcGIS, Auto-     Engineering, Computer Science, Math and Microsoft               Times vary each term. See MHCC Web site or
    Room AC1658                      CAD, Maple, MiniTab, SolidWorks, iTunes, Catalyst Control Cen-         Office applications                                             main computer lab for current hours.
    Open to current MHCC students.   ter, MDSolids, Visual Studio.Net, Visual Studio, Python, Reader        Classwork and school-related computer use, Internet
                                     and Visual Basic                                                       access, laser printing
    Multi-purpose Classroom / Lab    MS Office Suite, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, ArcGIS, Auto-     Engineering, Computer Science, Mathematics, and Micro-          Times vary each term. See MHCC Web site or
    Room AC1659                      CAD, Maple, MiniTab, SolidWorks, iTunes, Catalyst Control Cen-         soft Office applications                                        main computer lab for current hours.
    Open to current MHCC students.   ter, MDSolids, Visual Studio.Net, Visual Studio, Python, Reader        Classwork and school-related computer use, Internet access,
                                     and Visual Basic                                                       laser printing and graphing printer (engineering class only).
    College Center Lab               MS Office Suite, Internet Explorer, Firefox, MS Visual Studio          MS Office applications and Internet browsers                    Mon - Thur: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
    Room AC1049                                                                                             Classwork and school-related computer use, Internet             Fri: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
    Open to current MHCC students.                                                                          access, laser printing, ADA accessible station
    Learning Success Center          Adobe Acrobat Reader, Alice 3D Programming software, ArcGIS            Programming, Office Applications, Keyboarding, ESL/             Monday - Friday
    Room AC3333                      Geographic mapping software, Cortez-Peters Keyboarding Typing          ENL, Mathematics, Internet, etc.                                For exact hours call 503-491-7108, or go
    Open to current MHCC students.   software, Focus on Grammar for ESL/ENL, Graph Graphs for Math,         Classwork and school-related computer use, Internet             online:
                                     Inspiration Brainstorming and Mindmapping software, Keyboarding        access, DVD burners and computer skills tutoring
                                     Pro, Maple Mathematics / statistical software, MiniTab, Microsoft
                                     Office, Internet Explorer, Microsoft Visual Basic, Mozilla Firefox,    NOTE: Occasionally classes will use this lab and not all
                                     NutriCalc Calculates, Pronunciation Power ENL pronunciation and        computers will be available. Please check with lab for
                                     dictionary software, Python Programming software, Read-Please          more information.
                                     Program, Rosetta Stone, and Side by Side ESL software
    PE Lab
    Room PE139B      New!            MS Office Suite, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox                    MS Office applications and Internet browsers.
                                                                                                            Classwork and school-related computer use, Internet
                                                                                                                                                                            Times vary each term. See MHCC Web site or
                                                                                                                                                                            main computer lab for current hours.
    Open to current MHCC students.                                                                          access and laser printing.
    Community Skills Center          MS Office Suite, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Keyboarding       Office applications, Internet browsers, keyboarding,            Mon, Wed: 10 a.m. -7 p.m.        Sat: 9 a.m. -1 p.m.
    Maywood C a.m.pus                Pro Deluxe, QuickBooks and Photoshop                                   accounting and graphic software                                 Tues, Thur: 10 a.m. -9 p.m.      Sun: 12-4 p.m.
    Open to current MHCC students.                                                                          Proctoring of online exams, Microsoft Office Suite Appli-       Fri: 10 a.m. -5 p.m.
                                                                                                            cations, e-mail and Internet Searches

                   Additional computer stations are located throughout the Gresham                               Campus.     Look for the “Self -Serve Registration Here” signs.

4    Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                                         For more information visit or call 503-491-6998.
                                                                                                                                      $      $ $ $
tuition                                                                          how to pay online         $ $       $ $ $                                $
                                                                                            $    $ $ Visit $call$ $ $
 in-State                                                                  $ $    $ $ $ Questions?$ $ $ $ $ or 503-491-6981 $                          $
                                                                                         1. Logon $ MyMHCC at
                                                                                         $    $ to                           $      $ $ $
                                                                                $ $ $ 2. Select “Pay for School $Payment Options” $ $ $
                                                                                                               $ / $
  Tuition (per credit hour)                 $ 71.00
  Student fee (per credit hour)             $ 2.50
                                                             ($37.50 maximum)

                                                                                                $ $ $                                        $
  Technology fee (per credit hour)          $ 4.75           ($71.25 maximum)
                                                                                       $   $ Secure site allows you$ pay by$ $ (electronic check)
                                                                                                                     to $ e-check
  Total cost (per credit hour)              $ 78.25
                                                                              $ $ $              $     $ $ $
                                                                                               or American Express, Discover, MasterCard or VISA. $
                                                                                                                                               $ $
                                                                                     $ $ $                                $ $ $
 16 - 18 credits (total per credit hour) $ 71.00

                                                                               $ $                                    $                                           $
                                                                                                        $ current$ and make payments instantly.
                                                                                                             $ balance                           $ $ $
  Over 18 credits (total per credit hour) $ 35.50

                                                                                         $ $ $ your                          $the$ $
        An overload approval from the Academic Advising and Transfer
                                                                                $ $ $          No waiting in line or$ $ on                                         $
         Center is required prior to registration for more than 20 credits.

                                                                                               $ $        $ $ holding                phone.
                                                                                                                                                   $ $ $
  out-of-State                                                                             $ Pay early and avoid late fees! $ $ $
                                                                                 $ $ $                     $ $ $
                                                                                                                         $                               $ $ $
                                                                                                                                               $ $
  Tuition (per credit hour)                 $ 209.00
  Student fee (per credit hour)             $ 2.50                                                     $
                                                                                                    for information on other payment options
                                                                                            $ $visit $ call 503-491-6981
                                                                                                                           or $ $
                                                                                  $ $ $
                                                             ($37.50 maximum)
  Technology fee (per credit hour)          $ 4.75           ($71.25 maximum)
                                                                                                            $     $ $                                  $   $ $ $
  Total cost (per credit hour)              $ 216.25
                                                                                              $ $ $                                $ $ $ • 503-491-6981 $
  Over 15 credits (total per credit hour) $ 209.00                                 $ $ $                      $
                                                                                                                    $s $ $ $ Dates
                                                                                                          $ Plan Student Installment Payment Note Due
  international                                                                     $      $ $ $t
                                                                                       $ Paymenvailable! $ $Completed$ payment Jan. 15,$ $ $
                                                                                                                               $ down and
                                                                                                  a re $ $ $                                             $
                                                                                                                                                      $ Feb. 2, 2010
                                                                                        $ $ $                                    $ $ $ Feb. 18, 2010 $ $
  Tuition (per credit hour)                 $ 236.00                                                                       2nd installment payment

                                                                                     $                                    $
                                                                                                            $ $ $                                      $ $ $
  Student fee (per credit hour)             $ 2.50           ($37.50 maximum)                                              Final payment
  Technology fee (per credit hour)          $ 4.75
                                                                                                        $                                        $
                                                                                         $ $ $                               $ $ $
                                                             ($71.25 maximum)

                                                                                      $                            $ $                                       $ $ $
  Total cost (per credit hour)              $ 243.25
                                                                                                     $ $ Hours of Operation $ $       $ $
  Over 15 credits (total per credit hour) $ 236.00

                                                                                       $Student$ Center$ $ $ $ Bookstore
                                                                                           $ Services
                                                                                                                                                                $    $ $ $
            California, Idaho, Nevada and Washington
                                                                                                       $ $                                     $ $ 8$ - 6 p.m. $ $
                                                                                        $ $ $                                         in$
                                                                                 Open regular and extended hours: Academic Advising When classes are Monday - Friday

                                                                                                                      $ $ $When classes are $Monday$Friday
                 residents pay in-state tuition rates.                           and Transfer Center; Admissions, Registration and Records;

                                                                                                                                                           $ - $
                                                                                                                                        session:          a.m.
                                                                                                            $ $ - Friday
                                                                                 Cashiers; Financial Aid Office. Open regular hours only:

                                                                                        Extended Hours: $ Monday
                                                                                 Career Planning and Counseling Center.
note: The winter 2010 payment due date is Jan. 4, 2010.
                                                                                         $ $ $ 7:30 a.m. - 6$ $ $ $closure: 8 a.m. - 5Jan 3$ $ $
   Find detailed instructions on how to pay online, in person or by mail
                                                                                                                                      not in session:               p.m.
                                                                                                                                                        Dec. 24 - $

                                                                                                         $8 a.m. -$- p.m.
                                                                                 (1/4/10 - 1/8/10)

                                                                                                                                                   $ $ $ is closed
Find detailed instructions on how to pay online, in person or by mail at:
                                                                                        Regular Hours:        $ 5
                                                                                                            Monday Friday

                                                                                           $ $ $                                      $ $
                                                                                 (1/11/10 - 3/12/10)

                                                                                                                $ $ $
                                                                                            $    $ $ $                                        Mt. Hood Community College 5
    quick information guide
    Information                          Web shortcut                   phone #           Information                              Web shortcut                      phone #
    Confidentiality of Records    503-491-7384       Scholarships                             503-491-7262
     Release of Student Info                503-491-7384      Registering for Classes                  503-491-7393
     Social Security Disclosure               503-491-7384       Adding a Class / Late Registration                  503-491-7393
    Course Information                    503-491-7393       Business Office Hours and Phone           503-491-7462
     Academic Planning                   503-491-7315       Class Wait Lists                            503-491-7393
     Academic Program Information          503-491-7315       Dropping a Class                                503-491-7393
     Bachelor’s Degree Partnerships          503-491-7315       Testing / Assessment Center                  503-491-7678
     College Catalog                                         Withdrawing from College                    503-491-7393
     Community Education              503-491-7572      Student Code of Conduct                           503-491-7316
     Course Descriptions                  503-491-7315       Students Right to Know                   503-491-7316
     Degree Offerings                     503-491-7315       Student Rights and Responsibilities                503-491-7316
     English as a Second Language               503-491-7333      Student Life and Services                        503-491-7277
     English as a Non-Native Language               503-491-6912       Academic Advising and Transfer Center              503-491-7315
     General Ed Dev. (GED)                    503-491-6433       Admissions and Records                    503-491-7393
     Grading                              503-491-7347       Admissions Limited / Restricted          503-491-7393
     Graduation Information            503-491-7393       Aquatic Center                              503-491-7243
     Online Classes                     503-491-7170       Athletics                                  503-491-7452
     Proficiencies: Reading, Writing       503-491-7315       Campus Tours                                   503-491-7228
      and Math                                                                             Career Planning & Counseling Center          503-491-7432
     Program Certificates                    503-491-7315       Childcare                                  503-491-7169
     Transcripts                      503-491-7462       College Center                         503-491-7277
     Transferring to or from MHCC          503-491-7315       Computer Labs                           503-491-6998
     Understanding Course Requirements                          Disability Services                             503-491-6923 or
    FAQ’s for Advising                       503-491-7315                                                                                503-491-7670 TDD
    How to get to MHCC                                                                     Events                                        503-491-7107
     Directions to Gresham Campus           503-491-6422       High School Students                      503-491-7421
     Directions to Maywood Park Campus           503-491-6100       International Students                 503-491-7165
     Directions to Bruning Center           503-491-6710       Learning Success Center                          503-491-7108
    Paying for College                        503-491-7462       Library Resource Center                      503-491-7161
     Financial Aid                   503-491-7262       Mountain Card                                503-491-7100
     Payment Due Dates                     Please call:     New Student Orientation                  503-491-7277
     Payment Options                      503-491-6981       New Student Online Orientation     503-491-7315
     Payment Plans                              or          Online Student Demos          
     Tuition Rate Table                   503-491-7276       Program Adviser List                   503-491-7315
                                                                        for information    Public Safety Emergency Line           503-491-7310

6   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                 For more information visit or call 503-491-6998.
                                                                                                       Cardboard Furniture Project
                                                                                                       Gives Students Insights Into the Engineering Field
                                                                                                                                          Cardboard furniture may not be considered the next
Information                                      Web shortcut                      phone #                                                trend in office furniture, but Mt. Hood Community College
Self-paced Classes                                503-491-6100                                           (MHCC) Engineering Technology students
                                                                                                                                          might change that with their solutions to a recent
Small Business Development Center                       503-491-7658
                                                                                                                                          design challenge.
Student Clubs                                     503-491-7269
                                                                                                                                          Engineering Technology instructors Troy Donaldson
Study Abroad                                     503-491-7497
                                                                                                                                          and Andy Dryden assigned students the task of
TRiO Student Support Services                           503-491-7688                                           creating furniture capable of comfortably supporting a
Transitions                                      503-491-7680                                           250-pound human. The students were instructed to use
Transiciones                                    503-491-6018                                           cardboard as their sole material.
Veterans’ Services                                  503-491-7346                                            “It’s cheap, it’s readily available and it has lots of
                                                                                                        Engineering student Bradley       structural applications,” Dryden said.
                                                                                                        Best tests out the cardboard
                                                                                                        chair created by his team.
                                                                                                                                          The students were allowed to use glue to connect sections
                                                                                                                                          of cardboard but no other fasteners
            Winter 2010 Final Exam Schedule                                                                                               were allowed.
    Class Starts Anytime Between                                  Exam Time and Day                     Teamwork, creativity and recycling were
 7 - 7: 59 a . m .             M - W     -   F          8 -   9:45 a.m.           We d ,     3/17
                                                                                                        just some of the learning objectives for
                                                                                                        this assignment. The project teamed
 8 - 8: 59 a . m .             M - W     -   F          8 -   9:45 a.m.           We d ,     3/17
                                                                                                        students on an engineering transfer track
 9 - 9 : 59 a . m .            M - W     -   F          8 -   9:45 a.m.           Mon,       3/15
                                                                                                        with students pursuing two-year civil,
 10 - 10 : 59 a . m .          M - W     -   F          10    - 11: 4 5 a . m .   We d ,     3/17
                                                                                                        mechanical or architectural engineering
 11 - 11: 59 a . m .           M - W     -   F          10    - 11: 4 5 a . m .   Mon,       3/15
                                                                                                        technology degrees.
 12:12: 59 p . m .             M - W     -   F          12    - 1: 4 5 p . m .    We d ,     3/17
 1 - 1: 59 p . m .             M - W     -   F          12    - 1: 4 5 p . m .    Mon,       3/15      “It’s a classroom project that requires
 2 - 2: 59 p . m .             M - W     -   F          2 -   3: 4 5 p . m .      We d ,     3/17       them to work in the type of teams they
 3 - 3: 59 p . m .             M - W     -   F          2 -   3: 4 5 p . m .      Mon,       3/15       will typically find in the engineering field,”
 4 - 4 : 59 p . m .            M - W     -   F          4 -   5: 4 5 p . m .      We d ,     3/17       Donaldson said.
 5 - 5: 59 p . m .             M - W     -   F          4 -   5: 4 5 p . m .      Mon,       3/15        Engineering student Bradley Best said the
 7 - 7: 59 a . m .             T - R                    8 -   9:45 a.m.           Tu e s ,   3/16       assignment taught the students valuable
 8 - 8: 59 a . m .             T - R                    8 -   9:45 a.m.           Tu e s ,   3/16       new ways of problem solving and
 9 - 9 : 59 a . m .            T - R                    8 -   9:45 a.m.           Thurs,     3/18       communicating.
 10 - 10 : 59 a . m .          T - R                    10    - 11: 4 5 a . m .   Tu e s ,   3/16
                                                                                                         “One of us would start with an idea, then
 11 - 11: 59 a . m .           T - R                    10    - 11: 4 5 a . m .   Thurs,     3/18
                                                                                                        another team member took that idea and
 12 - 12: 59 p . m .           T - R                    12    - 1: 4 5 p . m .    Tu e s ,   3/16
                                                                                                        expanded it. The third member took that
 1 - 1: 59 p . m .             T - R                    12    - 1: 4 5 p . m .    Thurs,     3/18       idea, refined it and worked on completing the task while the rest of the team tackled
 2 - 2: 59 p . m .             T - R                    2 -   3: 4 5 p . m .      Tu e s ,   3/16       another issue,” Best said. “Communication was the key, without it we couldn’t have built
 3 - 3: 59 p . m .             T - R                    2 -   3: 4 5 p . m .      Thurs,     3/18       anything.”
 4 - 4 : 59 p . m .            T - R                    4 -   5: 4 5 p . m .      Tu e s ,   3/16
 5 - 5: 59 p . m .             T - R                    4 -   5: 4 5 p . m .      Thurs,     3/18       At the end of the week there were 20 cardboard pieces ranging from office tables,
                                                                                                        bookshelves, swivel chairs and reclining chairs. The results were both structurally sound
                                                                                                        and artistic.
This schedule is subject to modification. Be sure to check with your instructor. Locate day and time
for the first class session of the week, and then read across to find the final exam day and time.     “All of the designs looked great,” Donaldson said. “They created functional furniture out of
All night classes (beginning 6 p.m. or later) and Saturday will take the final exam during finals       nothing and that’s what engineering is all about: taking nothing and creating something.”
week. For classes that meet regularly on two evenings (e.g. MW) the exam will occur on the              For information about MHCC Engineering programs, contact Donaldson at Troy.
first of those evenings during finals week.                                                    or call 503-491-7681.
mymhcc the portal"                            be connected
                                                                                                                                     On the MHCC home page click,
                                                                                                                                    MyM HCC , also called " the portal."
Here’s how to get connected:
1. Visit and select MyMHCC
   or use the direct link:
2. Enter your username, which is your
   student ID number.
3. Enter your password.
Note: If you are logging on for the first time,
your password is your date of birth in this
format - mmddyy. If you need assistance,
please contact the Admissions, Registration
and Records Office at 503-491-7393 during
business hours listed on Page 5.

     be up-to-date
     Access your MHCC e-mail
     account, check for important
     announcements and events.

                  be supported
                  Buy textbooks, browse the
                  Library, locate computer labs
                  and update your address.

             Connect to MyMHCC and:               MyMHCC connects you to                      Use a personal MyMHCC
               Register                           important student services:                 e-mail account to:                             be informed
               Pay tuition                         Advising                                     Communicate with instructors
               Maintain your calendar              Career Services                                and students
               Chart your progress toward
                                                                                                                                             Online video demos
                                                   Disability Services                          Keep up with College activities
                  degree completion with DARS      Financial Aid                                Receive important College-related            provide step-by-step
               Check your grades                   Health and Wellness Center                     notices and updates                        instructions for
               Print a transcript                  Learning Success Center (offers tutoring                                                  navigating MyMHCC.
               Express yourself on the forum          and student success seminars).

8   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                          To view a demo for using MyMHCC, visit For information call 503-491-7393.
    darS                   be on track
                                                                                                                                                On the MHCC home page
            What is DARS?                                              When should DARS be used?              Thinking of changing majors?        click MyMH CC to get
            The Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS)
            keeps track of all the classes you’ve taken
                                                                       Use DARS when registering so you’ll
                                                                       know which classes you still need to
                                                                                                              Process an audit on any MHCC
                                                                                                              degree and DARS will show which
                                                                                                                                                   started with DARS.
            at MHCC and other schools as well as the                   take and to make sure you have met     previously taken classes count
            classes you still need to take in order to                 graduation requirements.               toward a different major.
            graduate and / or transfer on time.

            Use DARS to make sure every class counts toward your degree.

 How to use DARS:
 1. Visit and select MyMHCC (top right of
    screen) or use the direct link:                            See what
 2. Enter username and password (top left of screen). Your user-                   requirements
    name is your MHCC ID number. Your password is your six-digit                   you have met.
    birth date in mmddyy format (until you change it). For example,
    July 18, 1984 would be 071884.
 3. Click: “Register Now” or “Check Degree Progress” in the mid-
    dle of the Welcome Box.
 4. Click: “DARS—Degree Audit—Evaluate your progress toward a
    certificate or degree.”
 5. Read the instructions, scroll to bottom of screen and click:
    “Continue to DARS.”
 6. Click: “Audits” (blue bar, top left of screen) and select “Request
    New Audit.”*
 7. Select the “Degree Program and Catalog Year” from the drop
    down menus.
                                                                                See how many
 8. Click: “Submit a New Audit.” Wait 10-15 seconds. The screen                 credits you need.
    will blink and the new audit will be available to view. Any previ-
    ous audits will also be available to view.                                                                                                                       See what classes will
 9. Click: “View Web Audit.”                                                                                                                                         fulfill the requirements.
*When requesting an audit, a drop-down menu will appear with an alpha-
 betical listing of certificate and degree programs. Choose the appropriate
 year for the career-technical programs.
 If you have credits earned from another school and have completed a Tran-
 script Evaluation Request Form, DARS will include your transferred course-
 work as well as your MHCC coursework. The transcript evaluation form is
 available at Once the evaluation is com-
 pleted, the transferred coursework will then display in any of the DARS cer-
 tificate or degree programs you run and will also display as a summary in
 the program called “Evaluation of Courses from Other Institutions.”

     To view a demo for using DARS, visit For information call 503-491-7393.                                                            Mt. Hood Community College     9
financial aid                                       Frequently Asked Questions
                                                                                                    NOTE: For additional resources and information
                                                                                                    about paying for college visit

          The Financial Aid Office at MHCC is here to help you identify fed-                      Q : How do I apply FAFSA form. The Financial Aid Office will determine eligibility
                                                                                                                     for Federal Work Study (FWS)?
          eral, state and private funding sources in the form of grants, loans,
          employment and scholarships. For more detailed information                                   A : for FWS if you indicated on the FAFSA you are interested in work study.
                                                                                                        Complete the

          regarding financial aid, please go to
          or call 503-491-7262.                                                                   Q : How do completing theFederalform and the financial aid process at MHCC,
                                                                                                              I apply for a        Stafford loan?

                                                                                                       A : you will need to complete Stafford Loan entrance counseling, a Stafford
                                                                                                        After               FAFSA

     Q : Should I apply for financial aid?                                                                 Loan request form and a Stafford Loan Master Promissory Note. You must
          A : Yes! apply. qualify for Federal Financial Aid and not know unless
                   You may                                                                                 be enrolled for a minimum of six credits at MHCC to qualify for a loan.
                                                                                                           Additional information and links to the forms and Stafford entrance
                                                                                                           counseling are available online at

     Q : How dofirst step isfor financial aid?Free Application for Federal Student Aid
                I apply

          A : (FAFSA) at each year you’d like to receive aid. It’s best
           Your               to complete the                                                     Q : Do Yes. Failureattend myclasses mayreceive financial aid?back all or part
                                                                                                         I have to              classes to

              to apply early, in January if possible, for the year 2010-11 school year.                A : of your financial aid.
                                                                                                                      to attend            result in having to pay

     Q : What happensprocessor will e-mail youform? Aid Report (SAR) which
                       once I file my FAFSA                                                       Q : How the total amount offinancial aid? the tuition and fees amount
                                                                                                           do I receive my

          A : indicates your Expected Financial Contribution (EFC) and your Federal Pell
           The federal                         a Student
                                                                                                       A : owed to MHCC, a refund will be generated. Your refund will be disbursed
                                                                                                        If                     your award exceeds

              Grant Eligibility if you file electronically (recommended method). If you file               to you by the preference you select when you activate your MHCC
              a paper FAFSA, your SAR will be mailed.                                                      Mountain Card. For more information about the MHCC Mountain Card,
                                                                                                           please go to

     Q : What ifmay be eligible for for Federal Grants?(FWS). You may also be
                I am not eligible
                                                                                                  Q : How do I find out about scholarships? may be obtained from the MHCC
          A : eligible for Federal Stafford Loans which you must pay back.
           You                       Federal Work Study
                                                                                                       A : Web site at
                                                                                                        Scholarship information and applications

     Q : What is Federal Work-Study?is considered part of Title IV aid. These
          A : positions differ from other campus jobs only by their funding source. By
           Federal Work-Study (FWS)                                                                     Financial Aid Checklist
              filing a FAFSA, you apply for FWS, which is based on your financial                                  Complete FAFSA form.
              eligibility. Working at an hourly rate, you are allowed to earn the total
              FWS amount granted to you. Student employees are paid once a month.                                  Submit additional requested documents to
                                                                                                                   the MHCC financial aid office.
                                                                                                                   Complete Stafford Loan paperwork.

10   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                For more financial aid information visit or call 503-491-7262.
                                                                                                                                                                                                Nicholas Sukkau,
                                                                                                                                                                                                graduate of the MHCC
                                                                                                                                                                                                Sustainability Building
                                                                                                                                                                                                Adviser program and
                                                                                                                                                                                                current Architectural
Nicholas Sukkau, current Mt. Hood Community              “It was astounding how sustainability efforts can       “I learned to be grateful for every day                                        Engineering
College (MHCC) student, already has impressive            make such an impact, and that was just on one           and not to take anything for granted,”                                        Technology student.
credentials and work experience in the field of sus-      project,” Sukkau said.                                  Sukkau said. “I wish everyone could
tainability and green building techniques. He has a      Seeing these results inspired Sukkau to con-
                                                                                                                  feel like this, I think we’d all be less
bachelor’s degree in housing studies from Oregon                                                                  wasteful of our resources.”
                                                         tinue with his sustainability education. Suk-
State University (OSU), Leadership in Energy and         kau researched the MHCC Sustainability                After receiving the certification in July 2009, Suk-
Environment Design (LEED™) certification and he is       Building Adviser program and decided it was           kau wanted to take his education a little further.
a graduate of the MHCC Sustainability Building           what he wanted.
Adviser program.                                                                                              “I enrolled in MHCC’s Architectural Engineering
                                                           “I liked the comprehensive approach                 Technology (AET) program because it offers training
But Sukkau isn’t finished with his education just yet.      of the program,” Sukkau said. “It cov-             in the most current computer-aided design software,”
This fall he enrolled in MHCC’s Architectural Engi-         ered everything; site development,                 Sukkau said. “I’m sharpening my skills and develop-
neering Technology (AET) program to upgrade his             design, materials, energy conserva-                ing new ones. The program also incorporates a lot
computer-aided design knowledge and home                    tion and the indoor quality of the fin-            of sustainability practices so it dovetails nicely with
design skills.                                              ished project.”                                    the Sustainability Building Adviser program.”
While earning his bachelor’s degree, Sukkau
                                                         After graduating from the nine-month program,         Sukkau won’t have to wait long for his associate
designed homes for a Corvallis homebuilder.
                                                         his plans to take the certification test and begin    degree in architectural engineering. While the
Using the sustainability practices he learned, he
                                                         a job search were abruptly halted when medi-          usual path is for students to graduate and transfer
taught the contractor how to incorporate them
                                                         cal tests revealed Sukkau had a brain tumor.          credits to an OSU degree Sukkau’s OSU credits
into the homes being built.
                                                         He required seven brain surgeries and six             were transferable to MHCC’s AET program. He
On one project, Sukkau successfully salvaged             weeks of radiation. The experience solidified         went directly into the second year of the program
over 6,000 pounds of unused building materials           his commitment to preserving the environment.         and plans to receive his degree in June 2010.
that normally would have gone to the landfill.
                                                                                                               His life experiences have taught him many valuable
                                                                                                               lessons, including one about education. “The beauty
                                                           MHCC “GREEN”                                        of education is that it can never be taken away and
                                                                                                               it will always be available to use,” he said.
                                                           PROGRAMS AT A GLANCE
                                                                                                               Sukkau looks forward to using his education to con-
                                                           Associate Degrees                                   tinue helping make a difference in the world.
                                                            Engineering Technology
                                                            Natural Resources Technology
                                                                                                               For additional information about the Sustainable
                                                            Sustainability, Health and Safety                  Building Adviser program please visit www.mhcc.
                                                            Transfer Degrees                                   edu/sbap or call 503-491-7235.
                                                                                                               For information about the Architectural
                                                              Environmental Science and Management             Engineering Technology program or other
                                                              Natural Resources Technology                     engineering programs call 503-491-7292 or
                                                            Short-term Training Programs             
                                                              (see page 30 for more information)
                                                             Building Analyst Professional Training
                                                             Envelope Professional Training
                                                             Sustainable Building Adviser

                                                                                                                                                                         Nicholas Sukkau photos courtesy Patrick Casey.

                                                                                                                                                                              Mt. Hood Community College          11
           Money for collegeAPPLY TODAY!                    You may qualify for Federal Financial Aid or
                                                           scholarships. You won't know if you don't apply.

  MHCC FOUNDATION                                    FINANCIAL AID                               GET MONEY FOR:
  SCHOLARSHIPS                                       Begin with the FREE Application for            Tuition
  Scholarships are available for:                    Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), go to:            Books
      High school seniors                   to get started.
                                                                                                    Living Expenses
      Students with program majors including:        Visit
       •	 Automotive Technology                      or call 503-491-7262 to learn more.
                                                                                                    Class Fees
       •	 Nursing
       •	 Performing Arts                                                                           And More
       •	 And many more
      General academic scholarships for
      full- and part-time students!

                                                FINANCIAL AID —
  There are also scholarships available
  through many organizations.
  for more information and a link to
  a scholarship application.                    SCHOLARSHIPS —

   12 2010 2010 Class Schedule
12 WinterWinterClass Schedule
MHCC partners with several universities:
             Eastern Oregon University (EOU) has an office on the Gresham
             campus. The majors available through EOU are Business Administration and
             Elementary Education. Contact Dr. Bob Costi at 503-491-7000 or
             or Dr. Betsy Costi at
             Marylhurst University designed a program to help ensure every
             credit counts toward your associate and bachelor’s degrees. Call 503-699-6268 or
             800-634-9982, ext. 6268, or send an e-mail to
             Oregon Health and Science University has partnered
             with MHCC to transfer nursing associate degree credits toward a
             bachelor’s degree in Nursing. Contact Janie Griffin at 503-491-6701 or
             Oregon Institute Of Technology (OIT) and MHCC
             provide degree pathways in Information Technology / Health Infor-
             matics and Operations Management. For more information visit
    or call MHCC at 503-491-7315.
             Portland State University (PSU) offers evening, weekend
             and online classes with majors in Social Science and Liberal Studies
             including fully online options for both degrees. For details regarding
             programs at MHCC or general questions regarding Portland State
             University, please contact PSU Site Coordinator Robert Shunk at
             503-491-7190, e-mail or
             or visit
             For More Information to make a smooth transition to
             universities please contact the Academic Advising and Transfer
             Center. Office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday–Friday or call
             The Web has everything you need to know about transferring:
                                                                                                Mt. Hood Community College   13
programS and majorS
     Programs and majors                            Phone      Transfer   AAS   Certificate Limited /          Programs and majors                                 Phone      Transfer   AAS   Certificate Limited /
                                                                                            Restricted                                                                                                     Restricted
     Art                                        503-491-7309                                             28    Economics                                       503-491-7480                                              51
     Automotive Technology                      503-491-7470                                     L       29    Education                                       503-491-7480                                              52
       Chrysler CAP                             503-491-7470                                     L       30    Employment Skills Training                      503-491-7251                     <1-yr                    53
       Ford ASSET                               503-491-7470                                     L       31    Engineering                                     503-491-7292                                              54
       Honda PACT                               503-491-7470                                     L       32      Architectural Engineering Technology                                            1-yr                    54
       IMPORT                                   503-491-7470                                     L       33      Civil Engineering Technology                                                                            54
     Biology                                    503-491-7364                                             34      Civil Engineering Technology: Environmental                                                             55
     Business Administration and Management     503-491-7515                                             34      Engineering                                                                                             57
       Business Management                                                                                       Mechanical Engineering Technology                                               1-yr                    56
       Retail Management                                                          1-yr                   35    English                                         503-491-7290                                              57
       Business Management: Accounting                                                                   36    Environmental Science and Management            503-491-7364                                              59
       Accounting Clerk                                                           1-yr                   36    Fisheries Technology                                                                            L         60
       Business Management: Entrepreneurship                                                                   Forest Resources Management                                                                               96
         and Small Business Management                                                                   37    Funeral Service Education                       503-491-6940                                    R         61
       Entrepreneurship and Small                                                                              General Social Science                          503-491-7190                                              62
         Business Management                                                      1-yr                   37    Geography                                       503-491-7480                                              63
       Business (AS / OT)                                                                                38    Geology                                         503-491-7364                                              64
       Chemistry / Biochemistry                 503-491-7364                                             40    History                                         503-491-7480                                              64
       Chiropractic (pre-professional)                                                                   108   Hospitality and Tourism Management (HTM) 503-491-7515                                                    65/71
     Computer Information Systems (CIS)         503-491-7515                                             41      HTM: Culinary / Catering                                                        1-yr                    66
       CIS: Database Management                                                   1-yr                   42      HTM: Hotel / Restaurant Management                                              1-yr                    68
       CIS: Information Technology                                                1-yr                   43      HTM: Hotel, Restaurant, Meetings
       CIS: Networks and Operating Systems                                        1-yr                   43       Management                                                                                             67
       CIS: Web Management /                                                                                     HTM: Meetings and Special
         Web Master                                                               1-yr                   44       Events Management                                                              1-yr                    68
     Computer Science                           503-491-7292                                             47      HTM: Recreation and Leisure                                                     1-yr                    69
     Cosmetology-School of Hair Design          503-491-7515                                             48      HTM: Travel                                                                     1-yr                    70
     Criminal Justice Administration            503-491-7480                                             48    Integrated Media                                503-491-7515                                              73
     Dental Hygiene                             503-491-7180                                     R       49      Integrated Media: Broadcasting                                                                R         74
     Dental Hygiene (pre-professional)          503-491-7176                                                     Integrated Media: Digital Photography                                                         R         75
     Dentistry (pre-professional)               503-491-7364                                             108     Integrated Media: Graphic Design              503-491-7515                                    R         76
     Early Childhood Education                  503-491-6985                      1-yr                   51      Integrated Media: Video                                                                       R         76

     Transfer = Transfer Associate Degree AAS = Associate of Applied Science Degree

14   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                                          For additional information visit or call 503-491-7315.
 Programs and majors                                 Phone      Transfer   AAS   Certificate Limited /             Programs and majors                                     Phone        Transfer   AAS   Certificate Limited /
                                                                                             Restricted                                                                                                              Restricted
 Integrated Metals                               503-491-7470                                    L         77       Wildlife Resources                               503-491-7364                                        L         95
   Integrated Metals: Machine Tool Technology                                                    L         78     Nursing                                            503-491-6700                                        R         97
   Integrated Metals: Machine Tool Operator                                        1-yr          L         79     Practical Nursing                                  503-491-6700                          1-yr          R         98
   Integrated Metals: CNC / CAD / CAM            503-491-7470                    CPCC*           L         80     Occupational Therapy (pre-professional)            503-491-7180
   Integrated Metals: Welding Technology                                           1-yr          L         80     Office Management / Administrative Assistant 503-491-7515                                                        100
   Integrated Metals: AWS Certified Welder                                       CPCC*           L         81       Office Assistant                                                                       1-yr                    101
   Integrated Metals: VESL /                                                     CPCC*          R                   Office Management / Administrative Assistant:
      Accelerated Welding Technology                                                         referral      82        Human Resource Management                                                                                     102
   Integrated Metals: VESL /                                                     CPCC*          R                   Office Management / Administrative
      Accelerated CNC Operator                                                               referral      82        Assistant: Web                                                                                                102
 Journalism                                      503-491-7290                                              82       Office Software Specialist                                                             1-yr                    101
 Law (pre-professional)                          503-491-7480                                              108      Office Management / Operations Management                                                                      103
 Manufacturing Engineering                       503-491-7470                                                     Optometry (pre-professional)                        503-491-7364
 Mathematics                                     503-491-7292                                              83     Outdoor Education (see Tourism and Outdoor Leadership) 503-491-7450                                              118
 Medical Assistant                               503-491-7136                                    L         84     Pharmacy (pre-professional)                         503-491-7364                                                 108
 Medical Office Specialist                       503-491-7180                                              84     Philosophy                                          503-491-7480                                                 104

   Medical Office Specialist: Accounting                                                                   86     Physical Education / Exercise and Sport Science 503-491-7450                                                     105
                                                                                                                  Physical Therapy (pre-professional)                 503-491-7364
   Medical Office Specialist: Management                                                                   87
                                                                                                                  Physical Therapist Assistant                        503-491-7180                                       R         106
   Medical Office Specialist: Unit Secretary                                                               89
                                                                                                                  Physician’s Assistant (pre-professional)            503-491-7180
   Medical Billing / Claims Analyst                                                1-yr                    89
                                                                                                                  Physics                                             503-491-7364                                                 107
   Medical Office Coding                                                           1-yr                    88
                                                                                                                  Political Science                                   503-491-7480                                                 108
   Medical Receptionist                                                            1-yr                    85
                                                                                                                  Professional Photography                            503-491-7515                                       R         109
   Medical Transcription                                                                                   89
                                                                                                                  Psychology                                          503-491-7480                                                 110
 Medical Technology (pre-professional)           503-491-7180
                                                                                                                  Respiratory Care                                    503-491-7180                                       R         111
 Medicine (pre-professional)                     503-491-7364                                              108
                                                                                                                  Sociology                                           503-491-7480                                                 112
 Mental Health / Human Service                   503-491-7178                                    R         90
                                                                                                                  Surgical Technology                                 503-491-7180                                       R         114
 Mental Health / Human Service Youth Worker                                        1-yr          R         91
                                                                                                                  Sustainability, Health and Safety                  503-491-7364
 Modern Languages                                503-491-7290                                              92     (see Environmental Science and Management)                                               1-yr                    115
 Music                                           503-491-7510                                             93/113 Theatre Arts                                         503-491-7510                                                 117
 Natural Resource Technology                     503-491-7364                      1-yr          L          96   Tourism and Outdoor Leadership                       503-491-7450                                                 118
 Natural Resource Technology: Forest Resources                                                   L          94   Veterinary Medicine (pre-professional)               503-491-7364                                                 108
 Natural Resource Technology:                                                                                     Zoology                                                                                                          34

Transfer = Transfer Associate Degree AAS = Associate of Applied Science Degree *Career Pathway Certificate of Completion

                                                                                                                                                                                          Mt. Hood Community College              15
                 diStance learning                                   Online and Hybrid Credit Classes
                      Online Classes                                                                                                                              Hybrid
                                                                                                               ALLIED HEALTH                                      BI112*       Biology for Allied Health                      5 credit
                      Online classes take place via the Web allowing students to com-                                 503-491-7113
                      plete assignments, take quizzes and exams and work coopera-                                                                                     *On-campus meetings required. Meeting dates and times
                      tively with other students on class projects. Coursework and         Online                                                                  are different for each hybrid section. For additional information,
                      participation take place online. Some classes may require on-        AH110         Medical Language for Healthcare              2 credit                    please go to
                      campus orientation or testing.

                      Hybrid Classes
                                                                                                 ANATOMY / MICROBIOLOGY                                             BUSINESS ADMIN. & MANAGEMENT
                                                                                                                      503-491-7364                                                           503-491-7515
                      In hybrid classes, a portion of each class takes place via the
credit classes

                      Web; however, students will also be expected to attend multiple      Online                                                                 Online
                      on-campus class meetings.                                            BI100       Survey of Body Systems                         4 credit    BA101       Intro to Business                              4 credit
                                                                                           BI231       Human Anatomy and Physiology I                 4 credit    BA131       Intro to Business Computing                    4 credit
                      Requirements                                                         BI232       Human Anatomy and Physiology II                4 credit    BA205       Business Communication                         4 credit
                      For online and hybrid classes, students must have access to a com-   BI233       Human Anatomy and Physiology III               4 credit    BA206       Management and Supervisory                     4 credit
                      puter, Internet access and updated Web browser.                      Hybrid                                                                 BA211       Principles of Accounting I                     4 credit
                      To participate successfully in an online course, students should     BI121*       Essentials/Human Anatomy                                  BA212       Principles of Accounting II                    4 credit
                      have a working knowledge of word processing software (Word,                       and Physiology I                               4 credit   BA218       Personal Finance                               3 credit
                      WordPerfect, etc,), the Internet, file management and e-mail.        BI234        Microbiology                                   4 credit   BA226       Intro to Business Law                          4 credit
                                                                                                        Lecture is online; requires weekly on-campus labs         BA231       Information Technology/Business                4 credit
                      Class start dates                                                                 AC1702 -M-W---                  6:10 – 7:30 p.m.
                      Students enrolled in online and hybrid classes will be expected to                                                                          BA249       Retail Management                              3 credit
                                                                                               *On-campus meetings required. Meeting dates and times
                      log into their class the day it begins. Students who do not log in    are different for each hybrid section. For additional information,    Hybrid
                      on the first day may be dropped from the class.                                      please go to                    BA206       Management and Supervisory               4 credit
                      How to get started                                                                                                                                      ACTBA --T-R--           2:40 – 4:30 p.m.
                      Access class(es) on the day they begin by going online to                             ANTHROPOLOGY                                          BA223       Principles of Marketing                  4 credit
             and log in using a student ID number                                     503-491-7480                                            ACTBA -M-W---           1:10 – 2:30 p.m.
                      and six-digit birth date. Classes will not be available until the    Online                                                                 BA224       Human Resource Management                3 credit
                      day they begin, but once registered for the term, the online         ANTH103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology                     3 credit                AC2653 ---W--- 1:10 – 2:30 p.m.
                      orientation “Introduction to Blackboard” is available.                                                                                      BA238       Sales                                    4 credit
                                                                                                                                                                              ACTBA       --T-R--     1:10 – 2:30 p.m.
                      Are you ready?                                                                                     ART
                      Go to at any time to access the “MHCC                                    503-491-7309
                      Readiness Adviser,” check browser settings, view current syllabi,
                                                                                           Online                                                                            BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY
                      or to obtain other up-to-date class information.                                                                                                                       503-491-7515
                                                                                           ART205      History of Western Art:                        4 credit
                                                                                                       Medieval – Renaissance                                     Online
                      Registration, textbooks and testing requirements                                                                                            BT118       Records and Information Management 3 credit
                                                                                           ART206      History of Western Art:                        4 credit
                      For registration, textbooks, testing and other information, please
                                                                                                       Baroque – Modern                                           BT125       Microsoft Word Training            3 credit
                                                                                           ART211      Survey of Visual Arts                          4 credit    Hybrid
                      Technical support                                                                                                                           BT110       Business Editing                       3 credit
                      Technical Support is available by calling the Distance Learning                     BIOLOGY / BOTANY                                                    AC2600       -M-W---       1:10 – 2 p.m.
                      program at 503-491-7170 or                                                  503-491-7364                                BT111       Editing Techniques                     3 credit
                                                                                           Online                                                                             ACTBA ----R--     10:30 – 11:50 a.m.
                                                                                           BI103B      General Biology III: Animal Behavior           4 credit    BT251       Integrated Office Systems              3 credit
                                                                                           FN225       Nutrition                                      4 credit                AC2600 --T---- 10:30 -11:50 a.m.

                 16   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                                             For more information visit or call 503-491-7170
                                                                                                                                  SucceSS                                 is only
                       CHEMISTRY                                                        ECONOMICS
                          503-491-7364                                                       503-491-7480                                     steps away
Hybrid                                                                Online
CH222       General Chemistry II                     5 credit         EC201     Principles of Economics I              4 credit   Visit the Learning Success Center on the third
            Lecture is online; requires weekly on-campus labs         EC202     Principles of Economics II             4 credit   floor, above the library in AC3300 for a great
            AC2505 ---W---           3:10 – 5 p.m.                                                                                range of (FREE) services.
            AC2501 ---W---           1:10 – 3 p.m.                    Hybrid
                                                                      EC201     Principles of Economics I              4 credit
                                                                                AC1266 --T-R--         9 – 10:20 a.m.
 COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                         EC202     Principles of Economics II             4 credit   FREE services include:
                                                                                AC2605 --T-R--         10:30 – 11:50 a.m.           An open computer lab (AC 3333).
                                                                                                                                    Drop-in tutoring in math, science, languages
CIS100 Computer Careers Exploration                       1 credit
CIS120 Computer Concepts I                                3 credit
                                                                                  HEALTH EDUCATION                                  and many other subjects.
CIS120L Computer Concepts Lab I                           1 credit
                                                                                             503-491-7450                           Help for non-native English speakers.
CIS125SS Spreadsheet                                      3 credit    Online                                                        Learning Specialists to coach you on
CIS125WP Word Processing                                  3 credit    HE205     Diet Appraisal                         1 credit     time management, note taking, textbook
CIS225 Computer End User Support I                        4 credit    HE250     Personal Health                        3 credit     reading and more.
                                                                      HPE295    Health and Fitness for Life            3 credit     Writing help.
CIS120L* Computer Concepts Lab I                          1 credit
CIS284 Network Security Fundamentals                      4 credit              HUMAN DEVELOPMENT                                 See Page 29 for a list of free student success seminars.
         AC1277 ---W---      3:10 – 6 p.m.                                                   503-491-7432

    *On-campus meetings required. Meeting dates and times             Online
 are different for each hybrid section. For additional information,   HD100     College Success                        1 credit
                please go to                   HD110     Career Planning                        1 credit

                 CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                              LITERATURE / HUMANITIES
                           503-491-7480                                                      503-491-7290
Online                                                                Online
CJA213        Introduction to Evidence                    3 credit    ENG104 Intro to Literature: Fiction              4 credit
                                                                      ENG105 Intro to Literature: Drama                4 credit
    EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                                         ENG205 British Literature II:                    4 credit
                           503-491-7480                                      Age of Enlightenment to Present
                                                                      ENG253 Survey of American Literature I           4 credit
Hybrid                                                                FA257  Films and Society                         3 credit
ECE150* Curriculum: Play                      3 credit                HUM202 Age of Technology:                        3 credit
        EC19      ----R--   1:10 – 2:30 p.m.                                 Ethics in the Workplace
ECE156 Co-op Planning Seminar I-V variable credit                     WR241 Creative Writing: Fiction I                3 credit
                  -----F-   1:10 – 2 p.m.
    *On-campus meetings required. Meeting dates and times
 are different for each hybrid section. For additional information,
                please go to

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                                         MATHEMATICS                                                   NURSING                                SPEECH / COMMUNICATION
                                               503-491-7292                                              503-491-6700                                               503-491-7480
                      Online                                                      Online                                                Online
                      MTH111 Pre-Calculus: Elementary Functions       5 credit    NRS224A   Integrative Practicum I - A      2 credit   SP100       Basic Speech Communication                           3 credit
                      MTH243 Probability and Statistics I             4 credit    NRS224B   Integrative Practicum I - B      7 credit   SP111       Fundamentals of Public Speaking                      3 credit
                                                                                  NRS230    Clinical Pharmacology I          3 credit   SP115       Intro to Intercultural Communication                 3 credit
                                        MEDICAL OFFICE                            NRS232    Pathophysiological Processes I   3 credit   SP218       Interpersonal Communication                          3 credit
                                               503-491-7180                                                                             Hybrid
credit classes

                      Online                                                                 PRACTICAL NURSING                          SP111*      Fundamentals of Public Speaking                      3 credit
                      MO114       Medical Terminology I                3 credit                                                             *On-campus meetings required. Meeting dates and times
                      MO115       Medical Terminology II               3 credit   Online                                                 are different for each hybrid section. For additional information,
                      MO212       Diversity and Healthcare             3 credit   PN103     Advanced and Specialty PN        7 credit                   please go to
                      MO214       Building a Professional Portfolio    1 credit
                                  Medical Coding I – ICD-9-CM
                                  Medical Coding I – Procedural
                                                                       3 credit
                                                                       4 credit
                                                                                          PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION                                                  THEATRE
                                                                                                         503-491-7480                                               503-491-7290
                      Hybrid                                                      Online                                                Online
                      MO121       Medical Transcription I              3 credit   PHL202    Fundamental Ethics               4 credit   TA107       Intro to Theatre II                                  3 credit
                                  AC2600 -M-W--- 2:40 – 4 p.m.                    R210      World Religions                  3 credit
                      MO122       Medical Transcription II
                                  AC2600 -M-W--- 2:40 – 4 p.m.
                                                                       3 credit   R212      History of the New Testament     3 credit                             WRITING
                      MO220       Medical Transcription III            3 credit
                                  AC2600 -M-W--- 2:40 – 4 p.m.                                 POLITICAL SCIENCE                        Online
                      MO221       Medical Transcription IV             3 credit                          503-491-7480                   WR115       Intro to College Writing                             3 credit
                                  AC2600 -M-W--- 2:40 – 4 p.m.                    Online                                                WR121       English Composition                                  3 credit
                      MO222       Advanced Transcription               3 credit   PS200     Intro to Political Science       4 credit   WR122       English Composition:
                                  AC2600 –M-W---2:40 – 4 p.m.                     PS201     American Government              4 credit               Critical Thinking                                    3 credit
                                                                                  PS203     State and Local Governments      4 credit   WR123       English Composition: Research                        3 credit
                                                                                                                                        WR227       Technical Report Writing                             3 credit
                        MENTAL HEALTH / HUMAN SERVICE
                                               503-491-7180                                        PSYCHOLOGY                           Hybrid
                      Online                                                                             503-491-7480                   WR90        Writing Skills – Paragraph to Essay                  4 credit
                      HS291       Practicum Seminar                    2 credit   Online
                                                                                  PSY201    General Psychology               4 credit
                                                                                                                                                                                 d Referral Agency
                                                                                  PSY237    Human Development                4 credit             Child Care Resource an
                                   MODERN LANGUAGE                                                                                                                             Care Resource and Referra
                                                                                                                                                                                                           l of
                                               503-491-7290                                                                                       The state designated Child              s to parents seeking
                                                                                                                                                                             free referral
                                                                                                    SOCIOLOGY                                     Multnomah County offers
                                                                                                                                                                                 locating financial assistance
                      Hybrid                                                                                                                      childcare as well as help with                             to
                                                                                                         503-491-7290                                                          agency also provides low
                      SPAN101 First-Year Spanish I                     5 credit                                                                    related to childcare. The                                  rs.
                                                                                  Online                                                           no- cost training and ass istance for childcare provide
                              AC1705 ---W--- 1:10 – 3 p.m.                                                                                                                       66-227-55   29.
                                                                                  SOC204 General Sociology:                  3 credit              Call 503-548-4400 or 1-8
                                                                                         Principles of Sociology
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  there are many useful services to assist you on the Gresham Campus. Here are just a few:
                                                                                                                                                                          Learning Success Center
                                                                                                                                                                          You don’t have to go it alone when it comes to understanding
                                                                                                                                                                          coursework. The Learning Success Center offers free tutoring in
                                                                                                                                                                          accounting, ceramics, computer skills, English language, math,
                                                                                                                                                                          science and writing; as well as individual learning skills, consulta-
                                                                                                                                                                          tion and workshops. 503-491-7108, Room AC3300

       Academic Advising and                                                       Childcare
                                             Transfer Center                                                      n the ages of
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                                  your schedule or decid-                          1 to 5 years old, the   Child Development
      ing what classes you need                                                                                       dhood care
      or transfer goals, adviser
                                  to achieve your career                           Center (CDC) offers early chil
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                Disability Services
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                                                                                                        ATTENTION: Find your course time, location and instructor by going online to
                                                                                              , contacting the department or calling 503-491-7393.

                         ADULT BASICE EDUCATION / GED                                         ANTHROPOLOGY                                    ART205     History of Western Art:
                                               503-491-7287                                           503-491-7480                                       Medieval - Renaissance                   4 credit
                      DE10GED      Adult Basic Education GED Prep     0 credit   ANTH101 Intro to Biological Anthropology        3 credit     ART206     History of Western Art:
                      DE12GED      Adult Basic Education GED Prep     0 credit   ANTH102 Introduction to                                                 Baroque - Modern                         4 credit
                      DE4GED       Adult Basic Education GED Prep     0 credit           Archaeology and World Prehistory        3 credit     ART211     Survey of Visual Arts                    4 credit
                      DE6GED       Adult Basic Education GED Prep     0 credit   ANTH103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology          3 credit
                                   Adult Basic Education GED Prep
                                   Adult Basic Education GED Prep
                                                                      0 credit
                                                                      0 credit
                                                                                                                                                     AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
credit classes

                                                                                                      503-491-7309                            AMF152     Automatic Transmission Theory -
                                ALLIED HEALTH - GENERAL                          ART115    Basic Design I: Two-Dimensional       3 credit                Ford ASSET                               3 credit
                                               503-491-7180                                                                                   AMF153     Automatic Transmission Lab -
                                                                                 ART116    Basic Design II: Color Theory         3 credit
                      AH110        Medical Language for                          ART198A   Independent Studies: Visual Arts      1 credit                Ford ASSET                               3 credit
                                   Healthcare Settings                2 credit   ART198B   Independent Studies: Visual Art       2 credit     AMF156     Power Train Theory - Ford ASSET          2 credit
                                                                                                                                              AMF157     Power Train Lab - Ford ASSET             1 credit
                      Online                                                     ART198C   Independent Studies: Visual Art       3 credit
                                                                                 ART219    Calligraphy                           1 credit     AMF258     Automotive Electronics II Theory -
                      AH110        Medical Language for                                                                                                  Ford ASSET                               2 credit
                                   Healthcare Settings                2 credit   ART226    Digital Art II                        3 credit
                                                                                                                                              AMF259     Automotive Electronics II Lab -
                                                                                 ART231    Drawing I                             3 credit                Ford ASSET                               1 credit
                                                                                 ART232    Drawing II                            3 credit
                              AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE                             ART233    Drawing III                           3 credit
                                                                                                                                              AMF270     Automotive Project II - Ford ASSET       1 credit
                                          See Modern Languages.                                                                               AMF280     Automotive Dealership Experience -
                                                                                 ART240    Drawing - Cartooning I                3 credit                Ford ASSET                               6 credit
                                                                                 ART241    Drawing: Cartooning II                3 credit     AM50       The Automotive Industry /
                                                                                 ART254    Ceramics I                            3 credit
                              ANATOMY / MICROBIOLOGY                             ART255    Ceramics II                           3 credit
                                                                                                                                                         Light Repair and Maintenance             2 credit
                                                                                                                                              AM51       General Brakes /
                                               503-491-7364                                                                                              Light Repair and Maintenance             2 credit
                                                                                 ART256    Ceramics III                          3 credit
                      BI100        Survey of Body Systems             4 credit   ART257    Jewelrymaking/Metalsmithing I         3 credit     AM53       Steering and Suspension /
                      BI122        Essentls/Human Anatomy &                      ART257B   Jewelrymaking/Metalsmithing I         2 credit                Light Repair and Maintenance             2 credit
                                   Physiology II                      4 credit   ART258    Jewelrymaking/Metalsmithing II        3 credit     AM54       Basic Electrical /
                      BI231        Human Anatomy and Physiology I     4 credit   ART258B   Jewelrymaking/Metalsmithing II        2 credit                Light Repair and Maintenance             2 credit
                      BI232        Human Anatomy and Physiology II    4 credit   ART259    Jewelrymaking/Metalsmithing III       3 credit     AM132      Automotive Electronics I Theory- Chrysler CAP,
                      BI233        Human Anatomy and Physiology III   4 credit                                                                           IMPORT, and Honda PACT                   2 credit
                                                                                 ART259B   Jewelrymaking/Metalsmithing III       2 credit
                      BI234        Microbiology                       4 credit                                                                AM133      Automotive Electronics I Lab - Chrysler CAP,
                                                                                 ART271    Printmaking I                         3 credit
                                                                                                                                                         IMPORT, and Honda PACT                   1 credit
                      BI240        Pathology                          3 credit   ART272    Printmaking II                        3 credit
                                                                                                                                              AM136      Brake Systems Theory - Chrysler CAP,
                      DH125        General Pathology                  3 credit   ART273    Printmaking III                       3 credit                IMPORT, and Honda PACT                   2 credit
                                                                                 ART281    Painting I                            3 credit     AM137      Brake Systems Lab - Chrysler CAP,
                                                                                 ART282    Painting II                           3 credit                IMPORT, and Honda PACT                   1 credit
                      BI100        Survey of Body Systems             4 credit
                                                                                 ART283    Painting III                          3 credit     AM170      Automotive Project I                     1 credit
                      BI231        Human Anatomy and Physiology I     4 credit
                                                                                 ART291    Sculpture I                           3 credit     AM216      Engine Performance I Theory - Chrysler CAP,
                      BI232        Human Anatomy and Physiology II    4 credit
                                                                                 ART292    Sculpture II                          3 credit                IMPORT, and Honda PACT                   3 credit
                      Hybrid                                                     ART293    Sculpture III                         3 credit     AM217      Engine Performance I Lab - Chrysler CAP,
                      BI121        Essentls/Human Anatomy & Phys I    4 credit                                                                           IMPORT, and Honda PACT                   2 credit
                      BI234        Microbiology                       4 credit                                                                AM280      Automotive Dealership Experience - Chrysler
                                                                                                                                                         CAP, IMPORT, and Honda PACT              6 credit

                 20   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                          For class times, locations and instructors visit
          BIOLOGY / BOTANY                                   Online
                                                             BA101      Introduction to Business           4 credit


         General Biology I:
                                                             BA131      Intro to Business Computing        4 credit   Student Life           at MHCC
                                                             BA205      Business Communications            4 credit   provides an exciting and
         Survey of Cellular Biology
         General Biology II:
                                                  4 credit   BA206      Management and Supervisory
                                                                        Fundamentals                       4 credit
                                                                                                                      intriguing way for students to       are   22
                                                                                                                                                        active student
         Survey of Molecular Life and Genetics    4 credit                                                            enhance themselves socially,
                                                             BA211      Principles of Accounting I         4 credit
                                                                                                                      culturally and educationally.
                                                                                                                                                       clubs on campus,
BI102B   General Biology II: Medical Genetics     4 credit   BA212      Principles of Accounting II        3 credit
BI103B   General Biology III: Animal Behavior     4 credit                                                            Among the many groups at

                                                                                                                                                                                credit classes
                                                             BA218      Personal Finance                   3 credit
BI112    Biology for Allied Health                5 credit   BA223      Principles of Marketing            4 credit   MHCC are the Associated        join one or po
                                                                                                                                                           start your
BI211    Principles of Biology I                  5 credit   BA226      Introduction to Business Law       4 credit   Student Government (ASG),
BI212    Principles of Biology II                 5 credit   BA231      Information Technology/Business    4 credit   Student Activities Board (SAB)
FN225    Nutrition                                4 credit   BA249      Retail Management                  3 credit                                           own!
FW251    Prin of Wildlife Conservation            3 credit                                                            and the Student Senate.
Online                                                       Hybrid
BI103B   General Biology III: Animal Behavior     4 credit   BA206      Management and Supervisory
FN225    Nutrition                                4 credit              Fundamentals                       4 credit   ASG & SAB events often include:
                                                             BA223      Principles of Marketing            4 credit     Free Food               Games
Hybrid                                                       BA224      Human Resource Management          3 credit
BI112    Biology for Allied Health                5 credit   BA238      Sales                              4 credit     Live Entertainment      And more!

             BROADCASTING                                             BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY
                 See Integrated Media                                              503-491-7515

                                                             AC120      Accounting for Professional Serv   3 credit
  BUSINESS ADMIN. & MANAGEMENT                               BT11F      Basic Keyboarding                  2 credit
                                                             BT11FO     Basic Keyboard One-Hand            2 credit
                                                             BT11S      Keyboard/Formatting                2 credit
AC110    General Accounting I                     4 credit   BT116      Communication Technologies         3 credit
BA101    Introduction to Business                 4 credit   BT121      Keyboarding Principles             3 credit
BA131    Intro to Business Computing              4 credit   BT122      Professional Keyboarding           3 credit
BA150    Developing a Small Business              3 credit   BT123A     Keyboarding Skill Development      3 credit
BA177    Payroll Accounting and                              BT123B     Keyboarding Skill Refinement       3 credit
         Payroll Tax Filing Requirements          3 credit
                                                             BT124      Keyboarding Enrichment             3 credit
BA203    Introduction to International Business   4 credit
                                                             BT210YWP   Beginning Windows - XP             1 credit
BA205    Business Communications                  4 credit
                                                             BT210ZAA   Access - Level I (2007)            1 credit
BA211    Principles of Accounting I               4 credit
                                                             BT210ZAB   Access - Level II (2007)           1 credit
BA212    Principles of Accounting II              3 credit
                                                             BT210ZBA   Publisher - Level I (2007)         1 credit
BA213    Principles of Accounting III             4 credit
                                                             BT210ZBB   Publisher - Level II (2007)        1 credit
BA218    Personal Finance                         3 credit
                                                             BT210ZEA   Excel - Level I (2007)             1 credit
BA226    Introduction to Business Law             4 credit
                                                             BT210ZEB   Excel - Level II (2007)            1 credit
BA265    Operations Management -
                                                             BT210ZEC   Excel - Level III (2007)           1 credit
         Workflow Analysis                        3 credit
                                                             BT210ZIO   Internet for the
BA285    Leadership and Human Relations           3 credit
                                                                        Business Professional (2007)       1 credit

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                      BT210ZPA     PowerPoint - Level I (2007)         1 credit   CIS152    Fundamentals of Routing Theory                          CJA113     Intro to Criminal Justice Admin:
                      BT210ZPB     PowerPoint - Level II (2007)        1 credit             and Technology                             4 credit                The Corrections System                  3 credit
                      BT210ZQA     QuickBooks for the Workplace        1 credit   CIS197CSP Web Authoring:                                          CJA201     Criminal Justice in a Diverse Society   3 credit
                      BT210ZWA     Word - Level I (2007)               1 credit             Client-Side Programming                    3 credit     CJA212     Introduction to Criminal Law:
                      BT210ZWB     Word - Level II (2007)              1 credit   CIS197WAA Web Authoring: Applications                3 credit                Criminal Justice Procedure              3 credit
                      BT210ZWC     Word - Level III (2007)             1 credit   CIS197WAG Web Authoring: Graphics                                 CJA214     Intro to Criminal Investigation         3 credit
                      BT210ZWP     Beginning Windows - Vista           1 credit             and Animation                              3 credit     CJA298     Independent Study - Reading and
                      BT220        Electronic Calculator and                      CIS279A Novell System Management                     3 credit                Conference: Criminal Justice            3 credit
                                   10-Key Operations                   1 credit                                                                     Online
                                                                                                                                                    CJA213     Introduction to Evidence                3 credit
                      Online                                                      CIS100     Computer Careers Exploration              1 credit
                      BT118        Records and Information Management 3 credit    CIS120     Computer Concepts I                       3 credit
                      BT125        Microsoft Word Training            3 credit    CIS120L    Computer Concepts Lab I                   1 credit                    DENTAL HYGIENE
                                                                                  CIS125SS   Spreadsheet                               3 credit                    503-491-7176 or 503-491-7180
credit classes

                                                                                  CIS125WP   Word Processing                           3 credit     DH121      Dental Hygiene Clinical Theory I        2 credit
                      BT110        Business Editing                    3 credit   CIS225     Computer End-User Support I               4 credit     DH122      Dental Hygiene Clinic I                 3 credit
                      BT111        Editing Techniques                  3 credit
                                                                                  Hybrid                                                            DH123      Oral Histology/Embryology               2 credit
                      BT251        Integrated Office Systems           3 credit
                                                                                  CIS120L    Computer Concepts Lab I                   1 credit     DH124      Oral Radiology I                        3 credit
                                                                                  CIS284     Network Security Fundamentals             4 credit     DH124L     Oral Radiology I Lab                    0 credit
                                            CHEMISTRY                                                                                               DH221      Dental Hyg Clinical Theory IV           1 credit
                                               503-491-7364                                                                                         DH222      Dental Hygiene Clinic IV                5 credit
                                                                                              COMPUTER SCIENCE                                      DH223      Public Health & Dental Research         2 credit
                      CH103        Chemistry for Allied Health         5 credit                          503-491-7292                               DH224      Periodontology for Dental Hyg II        2 credit
                      CH104        General, Organic, and
                                   Biological Chemistry I              5 credit   CS161      Computer Science I                        4 credit     DH225      Restorative Dentistry Lab               1 credit
                      CH105        General, Organic, and                          CS233JA    JAVA-Advanced Topics/Programmers          4 credit
                                   Biological Chemistry II             5 credit   CS260      Data Structures                           4 credit               DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
                      CH221        General Chemistry I                 5 credit
                                                                                                                                                                        See Integrated Media
                      CH222        General Chemistry II                5 credit
                      CH242        Organic Chemistry II                5 credit
                      GS105        Physical Science - Chemistry        4 credit
                                                                                  COS12      Beauty Culture Theory II                  4 credit
                                                                                                                                                              DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
                      Hybrid                                                      COS13      Beauty Culture Lab and Clinic II          8 credit
                                                                                                                                                                    See Literature and Humanities
                      CH222        General Chemistry II                5 credit   COS14      Beauty Culture Theory III                 4 credit
                                                                                  COS15      Beauty Culture Lb and Clinic III          8 credit      ENGLISH AS A NON-NATIVE LANGUAGE
                      COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                COS16      Beauty Culture Theory IV                  4 credit                            503-491-7333
                                                                                  COS17      Beauty Culture Lab and Clinic IV          8 credit
                                                                                  COS18      Beauty Culture Theory V                   4 credit     ENL94R     Lower Intermediate Reading              5 credit
                      CIS120       Computer Concepts I                 3 credit   COS19      Beauty Culture Lab and Clinic V           8 credit     ENL94S     Lower Intermediate Speaking/Listening   5 credit
                      CIS120L      Computer Concepts Lab I             1 credit   COS20      Beauty Culture Theory VI                  4 credit     ENL94W     Lower Intermediate Writing              5 credit
                      CIS122       Computer Concepts III               4 credit   COS21      Beauty Culture Lab and Clinic VI          8 credit     ENL120R    Intermediate Reading                    5 credit
                      CIS125GA     Introduction to Game Design         3 credit   COS22      Beauty Culture Theory VII                 4 credit     ENL120S    Intermediate Speaking/Listening         5 credit
                      CIS125GB     Game Character Development          3 credit   COS23      Beauty Culture Lb and Clinic VII          8 credit     ENL120W    Intermediate Writing                    5 credit
                      CIS133SQL    Introduction to SQL                 4 credit                                                                     ENL201R    Advanced Reading                        5 credit
                      CIS140       Intro to Operating Systems          4 credit                                                                     ENL201S    Advanced Speaking and Listening         5 credit
                      CIS140U      Unix/Linux System Management        3 credit                 CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                    ENL201W    Advanced Writing                        5 credit
                      CIS144       Problem Solving Methodologies       3 credit                          503-491-7480
                      CIS145A      Computer Maintenance                           CJA111     Intro to Criminal Justice Admin:
                                   and Forensics I                     3 credit              Law Enforcement Agencies                  3 credit
                      CIS145B      Computer Maintenance                           CJA112     Intro to Criminal Justice Admin:
                                   and Forensics II                    3 credit              The Court System                          3 credit

                 22   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                                For class times, locations and instructors visit
                                                                                                                             WORKFORC E DE VE LOPME NT
  ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE                                                      EDUCATION                                        Worksource Portland Metro East
                         503-491-7333                                                    503-491-7480
             Adult Basic Education GED Prep
             ESL: Integrated Low-Beginning
                                                     0 credit
                                                     0 credit
                                                     0 credit
                                                                             Tutoring & Instructional Issues
                                                                             Education Orientation
                                                                             Introduction to Education
                                                                                                                  1 credit
                                                                                                                  1 credit
                                                                                                                  3 credit
                                                                                                                              Find a job…
ESL85B       ESL: Integrated Beginning               0 credit
                                                                                                                              Find job training…
                                                                  ED209A     Education Theory and Practicum       1 credit
ESL85C       ESL: Integrated High-Beginning          0 credit     ED209B     Education Theory and Practicum       2 credit
ESL85D       ESL: Integrated Low-Intermediate        0 credit     ED230      Educational Psychology               3 credit
ESL85E       ESL: Integrated Intermediate            0 credit     ED258      Multi-cultural Education             3 credit
ESL86A       ESL: Beginning Writing                  0 credit                                                                Services for job seekers:
ESL86B       ESL: Low-Intermediate Writing           0 credit
ESL86C       ESL: Intermediate Writing               0 credit
                                                                    EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRAINING                                 •	   Complete a brief assessment of your skills.
                                                                                503-491-6723 or 503-491-7180                   •	   Job search assistance.

                                                                                                                                                                                                 credit classes
                                                                  EMTX12     Emergency Medical Training Basic     5 credit     •	   Use iMatchSkills to look for work.
        ENGLISH LANGUAGE CIVICS                                   EMTX13     Emergency Medical Training Basic     5 credit
                                                                                                                               •	   Attend skill building and job seeking workshops.
 ESL88A      ESL: High-Beginning /                                                                                             •	   Career and occupational information.
             Low-Interm Listening and Speaking      0 credit                      ENGINEERING
ESL88B       ESL: Intermediate Listening / Speaking 0 credit                            503-491-7292                         Training and educational resources:
                                                                  ENGR212    Dynamics                             4 credit     •	 Improve your skills with access to training
     EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                                    ET120
                                                                             Architectural Drawing
                                                                             Remodeling and Addition Design
                                                                                                                  3 credit
                                                                                                                  3 credit
                 503-491-6985 or 503-491-7180                                                                                  •	 Self-paced computer learning, GED
                                                                  ET135      Practical Descriptive Geometry       3 credit        preparation, math brush up and more.
ECE131       Child Development                       3 credit     ET144      Computer Applications in
ECE140       Intro to Early Childhood Ed             2 credit                Engineering Technology               3 credit     •	 Short term training for eligible participants.
ECE145       Techniques of Positive Guidance         3 credit     ET154      Computer-Aided Design I              3 credit     •	 Career research tools to learn what career is
ECE146       Curriculum: Foundations                 3 credit     ET222      Fluid Mechanics                      3 credit        right for you.
ECE150       Curriculum: Play                        3 credit     ET231      Basic Strengths of Materials         4 credit     •	 How to find and pay for training.
ECE156       Co-op Planning Seminar I-V              1 credit     ET240      Project Design I                     3 credit
ECE224       Early Childhood Math and Science        3 credit     ET261      Concrete Construction Design         3 credit          No appointment necessary!
ECE237       Curriculum: Physical Motor              3 credit     GE102      Engineering Computations             3 credit
ECE245       Guidance Challenges                     3 credit
                    ECONOMICS                                                    See Literature and Humanities.

EC115        Introduction to Economics               3 credit
EC201        Prin of Economics I (Micro)             4 credit
                                                                            FISHERIES TECHNOLOGY                              Mt. Hood Community College in partnership with
EC202        Prin of Economics II (Macro)            4 credit                                                                 the Oregon Employment Department located at:
                                                                  FI102      Fishery Techniques II                4 credit    19421 SE Stark, Gresham, OR 97233
Online                                                            FI112      Fish Biology II                      4 credit    One block north of the Ruby Junction Max stop.
EC201        Prin of Economics I (Micro)             4 credit     FI202      Fish Husbandry II                    6 credit
EC202        Prin of Economics II (Macro)            4 credit     FI211      Field Projects I                     2 credit    phone: 503-660-1440 • e-mail:
Hybrid                                                            FI212      Field Projects II                    2 credit         web:
 EC201       Prin of Economics I (Micro)               4 credit   FI213      Field Projects III                   2 credit
                                                                  FI222      Building and Equipment Maintenance              WorkSource Portland Metro East is a partnership between MHCC
 EC202       Prin of Economics II (Macro)              4 credit                                                              and the State of Oregon Employment Department and funded by
                                                                             and Repair II                        4 credit
*Meeting dates and times are different for each hybrid section.                                                              Worksystems Inc. from the U.S. Department of Labor.
                                                                  FI231      Current Issues/Natural Resources     1 credit
For additional information, please go to

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                                                                                                                                                                PE185RA    Beginning Racquetball                     1 credit
                                    FOREIGN LANGUAGES                                               HEALTH & PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                 PE185RB    Intermediate Racquetball                  1 credit
                                             See Modern Languages.                                                      503-491-7450                            PE185RK    Beginning Rock Climbing                   1 credit
                                                                                                 HE152      Drug Education                         3 credit     PE185RKI   Intermediate Rock Climbing                1 credit
                                                                                                 HE202      Adult Development and Aging            1 credit     PE185SAT   Deep-Water, High-Intensity Conditioning   1 credit
                                                 FRENCH                                          HE204      Diet and Weight Control                3 credit     PE185SB    Beginning Snowboarding and Skiing         1 credit
                                             See Modern Languages.
                                                                                                 HE207      Stress Control-Activity Intervnt       1 credit     PE185SF    Soccer                                    1 credit
                                                                                                 HE208      AIDS and Other Sexually                             PE185SWK   Water Aerobics                            1 credit
                                                                                                            Transmitted Infections                 1 credit     PE185SWQ   Fitness Lap Swimming                      1 credit
                             FUNERAL SERVICE EDUCATION                                           HE240      Introduction to Holistic Health Care   2 credit     PE185SWY   Flexible Fitness Lap Swim                 1 credit
                                         503-491-6940 or 503-491-7272
                                                                                                 HE250      Personal Health                        3 credit     PE185TC    Track and Field Conditioning              1 credit
                      The Funeral Service Education program at Mt. Hood Community College        HE252      First Aid: Responding to Emergencies   3 credit     PE185VA    Beginning Volleyball                      1 credit
                      is accredited by the American Board of Funeral Service Education (ABFSE)   HE253      Wilderness Advanced First Aid          3 credit     PE185VB    Intermediate Volleyball                   1 credit
                      3432 Ashland Ave, Ste U, St. Joseph, Missouri 64506.                       HE261      CPR-Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation      1 credit     PE185WD    Weight Lifting - Beginning                1 credit
credit classes

                      FSE122        Funeral Service Sociology                    3 credit        HPE285OL   Wilderness Survival                    3 credit     PE185WE    Weight Lifting - Intermediate             1 credit
                      FSE212        Embalming II                                 4 credit        HPE295     Health and Fitness for Life            3 credit     PE185WSB   Softball Conditioning                     1 credit
                      FSE214        Restorative Art                              3 credit        ORLX20     Avalanche Training Level I             1 credit     PE185YC    Mind-Body Yoga                            1 credit
                      FSE216        Funeral Service Microbiology                 3 credit        PE185AS    Step and Sculpt                        1 credit     PE185YL    Yo-lates                                  1 credit
                      FSE222        Funeral Home Management II                   3 credit        PE185CE    Cardio/Lower Body and Abs              1 credit     PE270      Introduction to Sport Psychology          3 credit
                      FSE227        Funeral Service Counseling                   3 credit        PE185CF    Hip-Hop Cardio Combo                   1 credit     PE285OH    Adventure Education                       2 credit
                      FSE240        Funeral Service Internship                   6 credit        PE185CG    Spinning and Abs                       1 credit     REC5PF     Fitness Through Applied Cross Training    0 credit
                      FSE240A       Funeral Service Internship                   3 credit        PE185CH    Beginning Tai Chi                      1 credit
                                                                                                 PE185CJ    Dance Combo                            1 credit     Online
                                                                                                 PE185CN    Intermediate Tai Chi                   1 credit     HE205      Diet Appraisal                            1 credit
                                             GEOGRAPHY                                           PE185CP    Pilates                                1 credit     HE250      Personal Health                           3 credit
                                                                                                 PE185CR    Pilates Plus                           1 credit     HPE295     Health and Fitness for Life               3 credit
                      GEOG105 Intro to Physical Geography                        3 credit        PE185CS    Cardio Cross Training                  1 credit
                      GEOG106 Introduction to World
                              Regional Geography                                 3 credit
                                                                                                 PE185CV    Advanced Tai Chi                       1 credit                            HISTORY
                                                                                                 PE185DAA   Beginning Ballet                       1 credit                             503-491-7480
                      GEOG209 Geography of the Middle East and                                   PE185DAB   Intermediate Ballet                    1 credit
                              North Africa                                       3 credit        PE185DAH   Jazz/Hip-Hop Dance - Beginning         1 credit     HST101     Western Civilization: Ancient and
                      GEOG265 Introduction of Geographic                                                                                                                   Classical Europe                          4 credit
                                                                                                 PE185DAJ   Jazz/Hip-Hop Dance -Intermediate       1 credit
                              Information Systems                                3 credit                                                                       HST104     History of the Middle East
                                                                                                 PE185FA    Lower Body and Abs                     1 credit                (Eastern Civilization)                    3 credit
                      GEOG298 Independent Study -                                                PE185FD    X Ball                                 1 credit
                              Reading and Conference: Geography                  3 credit                                                                       HST110     World History: Ancient                    4 credit
                                                                                                 PE185FE    Exercise Bootcamp                      1 credit     HST111     World History: Medieval                   4 credit
                                                                                                 PE185HB    Beginning Horsemanship                 1 credit     HST112     World History: Modern                     4 credit
                                               GEOLOGY                                           PE185HC    Intermediate Horsemanship              1 credit     HST195     History of Vietnam War                    3 credit
                                                  503-491-7364                                   PE185KA    Beginning Tae Kwon Do                  1 credit     HST201     U.S. History: Pre-Colonial-1840           4 credit
                      G201          Principles of Geology                        4 credit        PE185KB    Intermediate Tae Kwon Do               1 credit     HST202     U.S. History: 1840 - 1914                 4 credit
                      G202          Principles of Geology                        4 credit        PE185KC    Advanced Tae Kwon Do                   1 credit     HST203     U.S. History: 1910 - Present              4 credit
                      GS106         Physical Science - Geology                   4 credit        PE185KD    Street Defense: The Combative Art      1 credit     HST225     Women in World History                    3 credit
                                                                                                 PE185LAF   Advanced Basketball                    1 credit     HST270     History of Mexico                         3 credit
                                                                                                 PE185MNA   Basketball                             1 credit     HST294     History of Ancient Greece                 3 credit
                                                GERMAN                                           PE185MND   Baseball Conditioning                  1 credit     HST298     History Research                          1 credit
                                             See Modern Languages.                               PE185OF    Winter Camping                         1 credit
                                                                                                 PE185OG    Backcountry Winter Mountain Travel     1 credit
                                                                                                 PE185OT    Snowboard and Ski:
                                         GRAPHIC DESIGN                                                     Backcountry Safety Skills              1 credit
                                              See Integrated Media.                              PE185PF    Applied Cross Training                 1 credit

                 24   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                                            For class times, locations and instructors visit

            Intro to Leisure / Recreation Mgmt
            Convention & Meetings Management
            Customer Service Management
                                                 3 credit
                                                 3 credit
                                                 3 credit
                                                                       Media Writing
                                                                       Web Basics
                                                                       Integrated Media Focus: Broadcasting
                                                                       Integrated Media Focus: Graphic Design
                                                                       Integrated Media Focus: Photography
                                                                       Integrated Media Focus: Video
                                                                                                                4 credit
                                                                                                                4 credit
                                                                                                                1 credit
                                                                                                                1 credit
                                                                                                                1 credit
                                                                                                                1 credit
                                                                                                                           free weekly,

            Destination Specialist
            Hotel and Resort
            Operations Management
            Beverage Mgmt - Wines of / World:
                                                 2 credit

                                                 3 credit

                                                                       Integrated Media Focus:
                                                                       Web Applications
                                                                       Integrated Media Practicum
                                                                       Machine Tool Applications Lab
                                                                                                                1 credit
                                                                                                                4 credit
                                                                                                                2 credit   exploration

            United States
            Beverage Mgmt - Wines of / World:
            France and Italy
            Beverage Mgmt - Wines of / World:
            Other Countries
                                                 1 credit

                                                 1 credit

                                                 1 credit
                                                                       Audio Production
                                                                       Broadcasting II
                                                                       Introduction to Digital Filmmaking
                                                                       Non-Linear Editing
                                                                                                                5 credit
                                                                                                                5 credit
                                                                                                                5 credit
                                                                                                                5 credit

                                                                                                                                                                                                   credit classes
HT233       Special Events and                                                                                                Learn about careers that fit with your personality
            Attractions Management               3 credit                INTEGRATED METALS                                    type, preferred work environment and skills.
HT236       Culinary Arts: Meal Planning and                                       503-491-7470                               Get hands-on experience using computer
            Preparation                          4 credit                                                                     programs for career research.
                                                            IMTL110BMachine Shop I Theory                       2 credit
HT246       Travel Transportation: Air, Rail,
            and Auto                             3 credit   IMTL111BMachine Shop I Lab                          2 credit      Understand labor market trends and
                                                            IMTL130 Machine Shop II Theory                      3 credit      educational / training requirements for
HT247       Cruises and Tours                    3 credit                                                                     specific careers.
HT270       Food, Beverage and                              IMTL131 Machine Shop II Lab                         3 credit
            Labor Cost Control                   3 credit   IMTL134 Metallurgy Theory                           3 credit      Explore ways to pay for education / training.
                                                            IMTL135 Metallurgy Lab                              1 credit
                                                            IMTL136 Intro to CNC (Computer Numerical
           HUMAN DEVELOPMENT                                        Control) Machining                          3 credit
                        503-491-7432                        IMTL140 GMAW/FCAW (Gas Metal and                                Looking for more than a two-hour
ED121    Leadership II - Motivation, Influence
                                                                    Flux Cored Arc Welding /                                workshop? Earn college credits while
         and Power                               1 credit
                                                                    Wire Feed) Theory                           2 credit    figuring out your next career move.
                                                            IMTL141 GMAW/FCAW (Gas Metal and Flux
ED223    Leadership IV - Seminar                 1 credit
                                                                    Cored Arc Welding /Wire Feed) Lab           4 credit
HD90     Transition to College                   1 credit
                                                            IMTL143 CNC Cutting                                 4 credit
                                                                                                                             HD 110: CAREER PLANNING
HD100    College Success                         1 credit                                                                    1 credit (also available as a Web or Independent Study course)
                                                            IMTL236 Quality Control - Statistical Methods       3 credit
HD110    Career Planning                         1 credit                                                                      Understand the steps involved in
                                                            MFG212 CAM (Computer Assisted Machining)
HD202    Life Transitions                        3 credit           Concepts I                                  4 credit       making career decisions.
HD208    Career and Life Planning                3 credit   MFG231 Integrated Machine Shop II Thry              2 credit       Take the Strong Interest Inventory.
HD209RES Developing Your Resume                  1 credit   MFG232 Integrated Machine Shop II Lab               3 credit
                                                            WLD116  General Welding I                           3 credit       Gain practical skills in self-assessment, career research,
Online                                                                                                                         and career decision-making.
HD100       College Success                      1 credit   WLDX19A Welding Practice Lab                        1 credit
                                                            WLDX19B Welding Practice Lab                        2 credit
HD110       Career Planning                      1 credit
                                                            WLDX19D Welding Practice Lab                        4 credit     HD 208: CAREER AND LIFE PLANNING
                                                                                                                             3 credits
              INTEGRATED MEDIA                                                     ITALIAN                                     Develop in-depth, life-long skills for choosing or
                        503-491-7515                                                                                           changing careers.
                                                                              See Modern Languages.
DP251       Digital Retouching and Output        5 credit                                                                      Take the Strong Interest Inventory and
GD151       Color, Composition and Typography    5 credit                                                                      Myers-Briggs Type Indicator.
GD251       Digital Publication Design           5 credit                        JAPANESE                                      Conduct informational interviews.
IM151       Digital Media Applications           5 credit                     See Modern Languages.                            Develop a career portfolio.
IM180       Digital Acquisition and Editing      4 credit

                                                                                                                           Please contact the Career Planning and Counseling Center at
                                                                                                                           503-491-7432 or for more information
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                                          JOURNALISM                                          MATHEMATICS                                       MO121      Medical Transcription I                   3 credit
                                               503-491-7290                                         503-491-7292                                MO122      Medical Transcription II                  3 credit
                      J215A       Publications Lab                  1 credit   MTH10    Conceptual Arithmetic                     4 credit      MO214      Building a Professional Portfolio         1 credit
                      J215B       Publications Lab                  2 credit   MTH20    Applied Arithmetic & Pre-algebra          4 credit      MO220      Medical Transcription III                 3 credit
                      J217        Reporting II                      3 credit   MTH60    Beginning Algebra I                       4 credit      MO221      Medical Transcription IV                  3 credit
                      J225        Intro to Advertising              3 credit   MTH65    Beginning Algebra II                      4 credit      MO222      Advanced Transcription Fundamentals       3 credit
                      WR248       Strategies For Revision:                     MTH95    Int Algebra w/Rt Triangle Trig            5 credit
                                  Advanced Professional Writing     3 credit   MTH105
                                                                                        Intro - Contemporary Mathematics
                                                                                        Pre-Calculus I: Elementary Func
                                                                                                                                  4 credit
                                                                                                                                  5 credit
                                                                                                                                                  MENTAL HEALTH / HUMAN SERVICE
                                 LEARNING COMMUNITY                            MTH112   Pre-Calculus II: Trig/Geometry            5 credit
                                                                                                                                                AH210      Research for Allied Health Professions    1 credit
                                                                               MTH211   Fundamentals/Elementary Math I            4 credit
                                                                               MTH212   Fundamentals/Elementary Math II           4 credit      HDFS224    Abuse in the Family                       3 credit
                      LC          Gender Matters                    5 credit                                                                    HS112      Interviewing Skills II                    2 credit
                                                                               MTH243   Probability and Statistics I              4 credit
credit classes

                                                                               MTH244   Statistics II                             4 credit      HS112L     Interviewing Skills II Lab                0 credit
                                LITERATURE / HUMANITIES                        MTH251   Calculus I:Differential Calculus          4 credit      HS135      Case Management I:
                                               503-491-7290                    MTH252   Calculus II: Integral Calculus            4 credit                 Intake and Assessment                     2 credit
                                                                               MTH256   Differential Equations                    5 credit      HS141      Pharmacology of Psychoactive Substances   3 credit
                      ENG104      Intro to Literature: Fiction      4 credit                                                                    HS150      The Effective Helper,
                      ENG106      Intro to Literature: Poetry       4 credit   Online                                                                      A Personal Skills Approach                3 credit
                      ENG198A     English-Independent Study         1 credit   MTH111   Pre-Calculus I: Elementary Func           5 credit      HS151      Motivational Interviewing                 1 credit
                      ENG198B     English-Independent Study         2 credit   MTH243   Probability and Statistics I              4 credit      HS266      Intervention Strategies II                3 credit
                      ENG198C     English - Independent Study       3 credit                                                                    HS291      Practicum Seminar                         2 credit
                      ENG218      Arthurian Legends                 3 credit                                                                    PSY222     Diagnosis and Treatment:
                      FA258       Understanding the Film            3 credit              MEDICAL ASSISTANT                                                Clinical Disorders                        3 credit
                      HUM202      Age of Technology: Ethics                                  503-491-7136 or 503-491-7180                       PSY226     Group Counseling Theory and Practice II   3 credit
                                  in the Workplace                  3 credit   MA221    Clinical Procedures II                    5 credit      PSY236     Human Dev II: Adolescence to Aging        3 credit
                      WR198A      Writing - Independent Study       1 credit   MA224    Medical Law and Ethics                    3 credit
                      WR198B      Writing - Independent Study       2 credit                                                                    Online
                      WR198C      Writing-Independent Study         3 credit                                                                    HS291      Practicum Seminar                         2 credit
                      WR241       Creative Writing: Fiction I       3 credit                 MEDICAL OFFICE
                                  The Literary Publication
                                  The Literary Publication
                                                                    1 credit
                                                                    2 credit
                                                                                                                                                           MODERN LANGUAGES
                                                                               MO110    Powerful Strategies for the Office Team   4 credit                             503-491-7290
                                                                               MO114    Medical Terminology I                     3 credit
                      Online                                                                                                                    ASL101     First-Year American Sign Language I       4 credit
                                                                               MO115    Medical Terminology II                    3 credit
                      ENG104      Intro to Literature: Fiction      4 credit                                                                    ASL102     First-Year American Sign Language II      4 credit
                                                                               MO116    Medical Office Procedures                 4 credit
                      ENG105      Intro to Literature: Drama        4 credit                                                                    ASL103     First-Year American Sign Language III     4 credit
                                                                               MO120    Intro to Medical Transcription            3 credit
                      ENG205      British Literature II:                                                                                        ASL202     Second-Year American Sign Language II     3 credit
                                                                               MO223    Medical Editing I                         1 credit
                                  Age of Enlightenment to Present   4 credit                                                                    CHN102     First-Year Chinese II                     5 credit
                                                                               MO224    Medical Editing II                        1 credit
                      ENG253      Survey of American Literature I   4 credit                                                                    FR102      First-Year French II                      5 credit
                                                                               MO225    Medical Editing III                       1 credit
                      FA257       Films and Society                 3 credit                                                                    FR112      Beginning French Conversation II          3 credit
                                                                               MO231    Medical Coding II- Procedural Coding      4 credit
                      HUM202      Age of Technology:                                                                                            FR113      Beg French Conversation III               3 credit
                                                                               MO240    Medical Office Billing I                  3 credit
                                  Ethics in the Workplace           3 credit                                                                    GER102     First-Year German II                      5 credit
                                                                               MO241    Medical Office Billing II                 3 credit
                      WR241       Creative Writing: Fiction I       3 credit                                                                    ITAL102    First-Year Italian II                     5 credit
                                                                               Online                                                           JPN102     First-Year Japanese II                    5 credit
                           MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY                             MO114    Medical Terminology I                     3 credit      JPN112
                                                                                                                                                           Begin Japanese Conversation II
                                                                                                                                                           Begin Japanese Conversation III
                                                                                                                                                                                                     3 credit
                                                                                                                                                                                                     3 credit
                                           See Integrated Metals
                                                                               MO115    Medical Terminology II                    3 credit
                                                                               MO212    Diversity and Healthcare                  3 credit      JPN202     Second-Year Japanese II                   4 credit
                                                                               MO230    Medical Coding I - ICD-9-CM               3 credit      SPAN101    First-Year Spanish I                      5 credit
                                                                               MO231    Medical Coding II- Procedural Coding      4 credit      SPAN102    First-Year Spanish II                     5 credit

                 26   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                            For class times, locations and instructors visit
SPAN103    First-Year Spanish III             5 credit   MUP271    Indiv Lessons - Piano                       1 credit
SPAN111    Begin Spanish Conversation I       3 credit   MUP272    Indiv Lessons - Harpsichord                 1 credit                       NURSING
SPAN112    Begin Spanish Conversation II      3 credit   MUP273    Indiv Lessons - Organ                       1 credit                         503-491-6700
SPAN198A   Spanish - Independent Study        1 credit   MUP274    Indiv Lessons - Voice                       1 credit   NRS100  Foundations for Success in Nursing        2 credit
SPAN202    Second-Year Spanish II             4 credit   MUP275    Indiv Lessons - Violin                      1 credit   NRS110A Foundations of Nursing -
SPAN212    Intermed Spanish Conversation II   1 credit   MUP276    Indiv Lessons - Viola                       1 credit           Health Promotion - A                      5 credit
                                                         MUP277    Indiv Lessons - Cello                       1 credit   NRS110B Foundations of Nursing -
Hybrid                                                   MUP278    Indiv Lessons - Bass                        1 credit           Health Promotion - B                      4 credit
SPAN101    First-Year Spanish I               5 credit   MUP279    Indiv Lessons - Harp                        1 credit   NRS111A Foundations of Nursing in
                                                         MUP280    Indiv Lessons - Guitar                      1 credit           Chronic Illness I-A                       2 credit
                        MUSIC                            MUP281    Indiv Lessons - Flute                       1 credit   NRS111B Foundations of Nursing in
                                                                                                                                  Chronic Illness I-B                       4 credit
                        503-491-6969                     MUP282    Indiv Lessons - Oboe                        1 credit
                                                         MUP283    Indiv Lessons - Clarinet                    1 credit   NRS221A Foundations of Nursing in
MUP101     Symphonic Band - First Year        1 credit   MUP284    Indiv Lessons - Saxophone                   1 credit           Chronic Illness II and End-of-Life - A    4 credit

                                                                                                                                                                                            credit classes
MUP105     Jazz Ensemble                      2 credit   MUP285    Indiv Lessons - Bassoon                     1 credit   NRS221B Foundations of Nursing in
MUP114     Gen Ensemble/Instrumental-1st Yr   1 credit                                                                            Chronic Illness II and End-of-Life - B    5 credit
                                                         MUP286    Indiv Lessons - Trumpet                     1 credit
MUP115     Gen Ensemble/Vocal - First Year    1 credit                                                                    NRS222A Foundations of Nursing in Acute Care II
                                                         MUP287    Indiv Lessons - French Horn                 1 credit           and End-of-life - A                       4 credit
MUP121     Symphonic Choir - First Year       1 credit   MUP288    Indiv Lessons - Trombone                    1 credit
MUP123     Opera Workshop                     1 credit                                                                    NRS222B Foundations of Nursing in Acute Care
                                                         MUP289    Indiv Lessons - Baritone                    1 credit           and End-of-Life - B                       5 credit
MUP125     Vocal Jazz Ensemble - First Year   2 credit   MUP290    Indiv Lessons - Tuba                        1 credit
MUP146     Orchestra, First Year              2 credit                                                                    NRSX35  Cardiac Dysrthymia and EKG’s              1 credit
                                                         MUP291    Indiv Lessons - Percussion                  1 credit
MUP171     Indiv Lessons-Piano                1 credit   MUP292    Indiv Lessons - Miscellaneous               1 credit
MUP172     Indiv Lessons - Harpsichord        1 credit   MUS101    Music Fundamentals                          3 credit
MUP173     Indiv Lessons - Organ              1 credit   MUS105    Music Appreciation/Music for the Listener   3 credit
MUP174     Indiv Lessons - Voice              1 credit
                                                                                                                                 All MHCC Locations
                                                         MUS111    Music Theory I                              3 credit
MUP175     Indiv Lessons - Violin             1 credit   MUS112    Music Theory II                             3 credit
MUP176     Indiv Lessons - Viola              1 credit   MUS115    Sight Singing/Ear Training II               1 credit
MUP177     Indiv Lessons - Cello              1 credit   MUS117    Electronic Music Production I               2 credit
MUP178     Indiv Lessons - Bass               1 credit   MUS118    Electronic Music Production II              2 credit
MUP179     Iniv Lessons - Harp                1 credit   MUS132    Group Piano II                              2 credit

MUP180     Indiv Lessons - Guitar             1 credit   MUS137    Beginning Guitar Class                      2 credit
MUP181     Indiv Lessons - Flute              1 credit   MUS138    Intermediate Guitar Class                   2 credit
MUP182     Indiv Lessons - Oboe               1 credit   MUS147    Rhythm Skills I                             1 credit
MUP183     Indiv Lessons - Clarinet           1 credit   MUS162    Jazz Improvisation                          2 credit
MUP184     Indiv Lessons - Saxophone          1 credit   MUS198A   Independent Studies - Music                 1 credit
MUP185     Indiv Lessons - Bassoon            1 credit   MUS198B   Independent Studies - Music                 2 credit                               To ensure a safe and healthy
MUP186     Indiv Lessons - Trumpet            1 credit   MUS198C   Independent Studies - Music                 3 credit                               educational environment, the
MUP187     Indiv Lessons - French Horn        1 credit   MUS212    Music Theory V                              3 credit                                Board of Education, employ-
MUP188     Indiv Lessons - Trombone           1 credit   MUS215    Keyboard Harmony II                         2 credit                                     ees and students of Mt.
MUP189     Indiv Lessons - Baritone           1 credit   MUS263    Music History III                           3 credit                                 Hood Community College
MUP190     Indiv Lessons - Tuba               1 credit                                                                                                      have come together to
MUP191     Indiv Lessons - Percussion         1 credit                                                                                                         declare all College
MUP192     Indiv Lessons - Miscellaneous      1 credit   NATURAL RESOURCES TECHNOLOGY                                                                    locations tobacco free as
MUP201     Symphonic Band - Second Year       1 credit                          503-491-7364                                                                      of Jan. 02, 2010.
MUP205     Jazz Ensemble                      2 credit   FT122     Forest Measurements I                       4 credit
MUP214     Gen Ensemble/Instrumental-2nd Yr   1 credit   FT228     Intro to Geographic Information Systems     3 credit
MUP215     Gen Ensemble/Vocal - Second Year   1 credit   NR180     Career Development in Natural Resources     1 credit
MUP221     Symphonic Choir - Second Year      1 credit   NR212     Current Issues/Forest Resources             1 credit
MUP225     Vocal Jazz Ensemble - Second Yr    2 credit   NR242     Watershed Processes                         3 credit 
MUP246     Orchestra, Second Year             2 credit   NR244     Applied Silviculture I: Reforestation       3 credit

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                      Online                                                                                                                         Online
                      NRS230       Clinical Pharmacology I                  3 credit               POLITICAL SCIENCE                                 PSY201     General Psychology                       4 credit
                      NRS232       Pathophysiological Processes I           3 credit                         503-491-7480                            PSY237     Human Development                        4 credit
credit classes

                                                                                       PS200     Intro to Political Science            4 credit
                                    NURSING ASSISTANT                                  PS201
                                                                                                 American Government
                                                                                                 Political Science Research
                                                                                                                                       4 credit
                                                                                                                                       1 credit
                                                                                                                                                               READING/STUDY SKILLS
                                                503-491-7180                                                                                                                503-491-7290

                      NAX10        Basic Training-Nursing Assistants        7 credit   Online                                                        EL115C     Academic Success Strategies              3 credit
                                                                                       PS200     Intro to Political Science            4 credit      RD90       Effective Reading and
                                                                                       PS201     American Government                   4 credit                 Learning Strategies                      5 credit
                               PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION                                 PS203     State and Local Governments           4 credit      RD115      Reading for College Success              3 credit
                                                503-491-7480                                                                                         RD117      Critical Reading                         3 credit
                      PHL191       Language and the Layout
                                   of Argument                              4 credit              PRACTICAL NURSING
                      PHL201       Introduction to Philosophy               4 credit                         503-491-6700                                          RESPIRATORY CARE
                      PHL202       Fundamental Ethics                       4 credit   PN103L    Advanced and Specialty
                      PHL208       Political Philosophy                     4 credit             Practical Nursing Lab                 6 credit      RT121      Respiratory Care Procedures              5 credit
                      R210         World Religions                          3 credit                                                                 RT122      Respiratory Care Procedures Lab          2 credit
                                                                                       Online                                                        RT131      Respiratory Diseases and
                      R211         History of the Old Testament             3 credit
                                                                                       PN103     Advanced and Specialty                                         Pharmacology                             6 credit
                      Online                                                                     Practical Nursing                     7 credit      RT231      Cardiopulmonary Critical Care I          3 credit
                      PHL202       Fundamental Ethics                       4 credit                                                                 RT252      Clinical Practice II                     9 credit
                      R210         World Religions                          3 credit       PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY
                      R212         History of the New Testament             3 credit                         503-491-7515                                                  SCIENCE
                                                                                       ART215P   Survey in Visual Arts: Photography    3 credit                       See Biology, Chemistry, etc.
                                   PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                  ART261    Photography I                         3 credit
                                See Health and Physical Education 503-491-7450         ART262    Photography II                        3 credit
                                                                                       PHO227    Photography Business Practicum II     4 credit                         SOCIOLOGY
                                                                                       PHO260    Digital Photography and Imaging       3 credit                              503-491-7480
                          PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT                                 PHO267    Photoshop I                           4 credit
                                                                                                                                                     SOC204     General Sociology:
                                                                                       PHO270    Small Product Photography             3 credit                 Principles of Sociology                  3 credit
                      PTA102       Physical Therapy Interventions 2         5 credit   PHO273    Page Design for Photographers         4 credit      SOC205     General Sociology: Social Institutions   3 credit
                      PTA102L      Physical Therapy Interventions 2 Lab     2 credit   PHO278    Advanced Photography Project          3 credit      SOC206     General Sociology: Social Problems       3 credit
                      PTA132       Clinical Kinesiology 1                   4 credit                                                                 SOC213     Race Relations in the United States      3 credit
                      PTA142       Intro to Clinical Practice I             2 credit
                      PTA205       Physical Therapy Interventions 5         5 credit
                                                                                                        PSYCHOLOGY                                   SOC215
                                                                                                                                                                Gender and Society
                                                                                                                                                                Sociology of the Family
                                                                                                                                                                                                         3 credit
                                                                                                                                                                                                         3 credit
                      PTA205L      Physical Therapy Interventions 5 Lab     2 credit                                                                 SOC298     Sociology Research                       1 credit
                      PTA255       Clinical Applications III                1 credit   PSY101    Psychology of Human Relations         3 credit
                      PTA265       Clinical Affiliation III                 4 credit   PSY151    Intro to the Social Sciences          3 credit      Online
                                                                                       PSY201    General Psychology                    4 credit      SOC204     General Sociology:
                                                                                       PSY202    General Psychology                    4 credit                 Principles of Sociology                  3 credit
                                 PHYSICS / ASTRONOMY                                   PSY214    Introduction to Personality           4 credit
                                                                                       PSY216    Social Psychology                     3 credit                 SOFTWARE TRAINING
                      GS104        Physical Science - Physics               4 credit   PSY231    Human Sexuality                       3 credit                         See Business Technology
                      PH122        General Astronomy                        3 credit   PSY232    Sexuality and Society                 3 credit
                      PH202        General Physics II                       5 credit   PSY237    Human Development                     4 credit
                      PH212        General Physics with Calculus II         5 credit   PSY239    Intro to Abnormal Psychology          4 credit                            SPANISH
                                                                                       PSY250    Forensics in Psychology,                                               See Modern Languages.
                                                                                                 Anthropology and Sociology           3 credit

                 28   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                                 For class times, locations and instructors visit
                                                                        Advanced Web                                                            TA114B   Technical Theatre Workshop, First Year   2 credit
        SPEECH / COMMUNICATION                                           Searching Workshop               R /   Feb 4 / 3 - 4 p.m. / AC 2307    TA114C   Technical Theatre Workshop, First Year   3 credit
                            503-491-7480                                Study Smarter, Not Harder         F /   Feb 5 / 12 -1p.m. / AC 2307     TA142    Acting Fundamentals II                   3 credit
SP100         Basic Speech Communication                   3 credit     Coping With Depression            T /   Feb 9 / 2 - 3 p.m. / AC2307     TA153C   Theatre Workshops, First Year            3 credit
SP111         Fundamentals of Public Speaking              3 credit     Green Careers                     W/    Feb 17 / 3 - 4 p.m. / AC 2307   TA198A   Independent Studies - Theatre            1 credit
SP115         Intro: Intercultural Communication           3 credit     Degree Options                    R /   Feb 18 / 12 -1 p.m./ AC 2307    TA198B   Independent Studies - Theatre            2 credit
SP218         Interpersonal Communication                  3 credit     Outrageous Study Strategies       R /   Feb 18 / 1 - 2 p.m. / AC2307    TA198C   Independent Studies - Theatre            3 credit
SP221A        Forensics                                    1 credit     Job Search Strategies             M/    Feb 22 / 12 -1 p.m./ AC 2307    TA213    Stage Lighting Design                    3 credit
SP221B        Forensics                                    2 credit     Overcoming Procrastination        T /   Feb 23 / 3 - 4 p.m. / AC 2307   TA214A   Technical Theatre Workshop,
                                                                        How to Write a Resume             W/    Feb 24 / 2 - 3 p.m. / AC 2307            Second Year                              1 credit
SP221C        Forensics                                    3 credit
                                                                        Understanding Your                                                      TA214B   Technical Theatre Workshop,
SP262         Voice and Articulation                       3 credit                                                                                      Second Year                              2 credit
                                                                        Learning Style                    R / Feb 25 / 12 -1 p.m./ AC 3333
Online                                                                  Effective Interviewing            T / Mar 2 / 12 -1 p.m./ AC 2307       TA214C   Technical Theatre Workshop,
SP100         Basic Speech Communication                   3 credit                                                                                      Second Year                              3 credit
                                                                        Improving Memory
SP111         Fundamentals of Public Speaking              3 credit     & Concentration                   W/    Mar 3 / 2 - 3 p.m. / AC 2307    TA241    Interm Acting Techniques: Styles         3 credit
SP115         Intro:Intercultural Communicat’n             3 credit     Steps to Successful Test Taking   T /   Mar 9 / 12 -1p.m. / AC 2307     TA253C   Theatre Workshops, Second Year           3 credit
SP218         Interpersonal Communication                  3 credit     Coping with Stress                T /   Mar 9 / 3 - 4 p.m. / AC 2307    Online
                                                                        Understanding Test Anxiety        W/    Mar10 / 1 -2 p.m. / AC 2307     TA107    Introduction to Theatre II               3 credit
Hybrid                                                                  Steps to Successful Test Taking   W/    Mar10 / 3 -4 p.m. / AC 2307
SP111         Fundamentals of Public Speaking              3 credit     Understanding Test Anxiety        R /   Mar 11 / 12 -1p.m. / AC 2307
                                                                        *M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday, F=Friday
         STUDENT SUCCESS SEMINARS                                                                                                                                 See Integrated Media

          FREE for students. For information, 503-491-7108.
                                                                                    SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY                                                  WELDING TECHNOLOGY
Workshop                          Day* / Date / Time / Room                                         503-491-7180                                           See Integrated Metals 503-491-7470
How to Write a Resume             T / Jan 12 / 12 -1 PM /AC 2307        ST102         Surgical Technology Theory II               4 credit
Choosing a Major                  W / Jan 13 / 1 - 2 PM / AC 2307       ST111         Surgical Technology Lab                     2 credit
Time Management                   W / Jan 13 / 12 -1 PM / AC 2307       ST206         Surgical Technology Theory VI               4 credit                 WOMEN’S STUDIES
Unit Conversions                                                        ST207         Surgical Technology Theory VII              4 credit                      See Literature/Humanities
 for Chemistry                    R / Jan 14 / 4 - 5 PM / AC 2307       ST222         Surgical Tech Clinical Practicum            6 credit
Learning From Lectures            F / Jan 15 / 12 -1 PM / AC 2307
Study Techniques for                                                                                                                                                WRITING
 On-Line Learners                 W/    Jan 20 / 12 -1 PM / AC 2307      SUSTAINABILITY, HEALTH AND SAFETY                                                            503-491-7290
Degree Options                    W/    Jan 20 / 3 - 4 PM / AC 2307                                 503-491-7364                                WR80     Writing Skills - Sentence to Paragraph   4 credit
Choosing a Major                  R /   Jan 21 / 3 - 4 PM / AC 2307     ESR281        Elements of Industrial Hygiene              3 credit      WR90     Writing Skills - Paragraph to Essay      4 credit
Time Management                   M/    Jan 25 / 12 -1 PM / AC 2307     SHS143        Environmental Science Lab I:                              WR102    Workplace Communications II              3 credit
Study Strategies for                                                                  EPA Methodology Lab and Sampling            3 credit      WR115    Introduction to College Writing          3 credit
 Math & Science                   W / Jan 27 / 12 -1 PM / AC 3300       SHS155        Associate of Risk Management II             2 credit      WR121    English Composition                      3 credit
Understanding Test Anxiety        W / Jan 27 / 3 - 4 PM / AC 2307       SHS201        Environmental Health and                                  WR122    English Composition: Critical Thinking   3 credit
Understanding Test Anxiety        R / Jan 28 / 12 -1PM / AC 2307                      Safety Regulations II                       3 credit      WR123    English Composition: Research            3 credit
 Getting the Most                                                       SHS222        Environmental Safety II:                                  WR227    Technical Report Writing                 3 credit
  From Your Textbooks             M/    Feb 1   / 4 - 5 PM / AC 2307                  Environmental Auditing                      4 credit      WR240    Creative Writing: Nonfiction             3 credit
Steps to Successful Test Taking   T /   Feb 2   / 12 -1 PM / AC 2307
Research Bootcamp                 W/    Feb 3   / 2 -3 p.m. / AC 2307                                                                           Online
Steps to Successful Test Taking   W/    Feb 3   / 4 -5 p.m. / AC 2307
                                                                                                   THEATRE                                      WR115    Introduction to College Writing          3 credit
Improving Memory                                                                                                                                WR121    English Composition                      3 credit
 & Concentration                  R / Feb 4 / 12 -1p.m. / AC 2307       TA35          Theories of Directing                  3 credit           WR122    English Composition: Critical Thinking   3 credit
Beginner’s Web                                                          TA112         Theatre Technology II                  3 credit           WR123    English Composition: Research            3 credit
 Searching Workshop               R / Feb 4 / 2 - 3 p.m. / AC 2307      TA114A        Technical Theatre Workshop, First Year 1 credit           WR227    Technical Report Writing                 3 credit

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                                                                               WORKFORCE TRAINING
                                                                              Sustainability, Health and Safety Program Presents:
                      Building Analyst                                                                                                             Business and Industry
                      and Envelope                                             learn to deSign,                                                    Workforce Training
                      Professional Training                                   develop & build                                                      Business and Industry Workforce Training (BIWT)
                                                                                                                                                   offers a personalized approach for the specific
                                                                                                                                                   needs of any business to
                      These classes will prepare
                      you for the Building
                      Performance Institute
                      national certification testing
                                                                              in the Sustainable Building Adviser program
                                                                                                                                                      • Strengthen a business’ workforce.
                                                                                                                                                      • Enhance leadership skills.
                                                                                                                                                      • Improve productivity and increase profitability.

                                                                                                                                                   BIWT can provide customized training such as
                                                                              The Sustainable Building            ●   Work with architects,
                                                                              Adviser (SBAP) is a non-credit          designers, builders,            •    Leadership and supervisory skills.
                      BUILDING ANALyST            ENVELOPE                                                            building operators and
                      PROFESSIONAL                PROFESSIONAL                program specifically designed
                                                                              for professionals working               utilities to improve a          •	   Computer skills and basic skills.
                      TRAINING:                   TRAINING:                                                           building’s performance.
                      Jan. 25-Feb. 12, 2010       Class Dates TBD             in the areas of architecture,                                           •	   Workplace language skills.
                                                                              engineering, design, developing     ●   Establish a sustainable         •	   Communication skills.
                     •	Fundamentals	of	           •	Building	Science	         and contracting who wish                design goal for project
                       Building Science.            (Intermediate).           to create environmentally                                               •	   Continuing education for professional licensing.
                     •	Fundamentals	of	           •	Envelope	Systems	and	     responsible and cost effective                                          •	   Specialized, in-demand training such as
                                                                                                                  ●   Assist in the education
non-credit classes

                       Buildings and their          their interactions with   buildings.                                                                   lean manufacturing or lean office.
                                                                                                                      and training of staff in
                       Systems.                     other systems.            The program is organized in             sustainable building.
                                                                              nine monthly weekend sessions                                        For more information
                     •	Measurement	and	           •	Optimizing	Envelopes	
                       Verification of Building     and their interactions    (Friday / Saturday). All sessions                                       call 503-491-7235
                                                                              are presented by expert                 For additional information
                       Performance.                 with Building Systems.                                            and registration please         or e-mail
                                                                              instructors in an interactive
                     •	BPI	Standards	and	         •	Professional	Ethics,	     format with hands-on exercises,         visit the program
                       Project Specifications.      Conduct and               field trips and cross-sector            Web site at:
                     •	Analyzing	Building	
                                                    Communications.           applicability.                
                                                                                                                      or call 503-491-7235                  Adult Care Home
                     •	Professional	Ethics,	
                       Conduct and
                                                                              PROGRAM OBjECTIvES:
                                                                              ●	   Identify and discuss
                                                                                                                      Next class begins
                                                                                                                      March 2010                             Basic Training
                                                                                   the key practices of                                                      This course is required in the State of Oregon
                       Communications.                                             sustainable building.                                                        for providers and resident managers of
                                                                              ●	   Establish competencies                                                    adult care homes, and is a basic introduction
                                                                                   in applying LEED™, Earth                                                       to the care requirements of residents .
                     For More Information Call 503-491-7235                        Advantage™ and other
                                                                                   relevant criteria or                                                    CLASS TOPICS:            Classes held at the
                                                                                   established guidelines.                                             • Screening and Admissions   Maywood Park Campus
                                                                              ●    Analyze the costs and                                               • Adult Care Home Concepts   Choose one session:
                                                                                   benefits of incorporating                                           • Medication Management
                                                                                   sustainable building                                                                             Session One:
                                                                                                                                                       • Nutrition                  Online - Jan. 11, 12, 13,
                                                                                   measures.                                                           • Communication Skills       19 & 20, 2010
                                                                              ●    Take advantage of                                                   • Chronic Illnesses
                                                                                                                                                                                    Session Two:
                                                                                   financial incentives                                                • Safety • Activities
                                                                                                                                                                                    Feb. 8, 9, 10, 16 and 17, 2010
                                                                                   and technical                                                       • Person-Centered Care
                                                                                                                                                                                    Session Three
                                                                                   assistance                                                          • Persons with Difficult
                                                                                                                                                         Behaviors                  Online - March 1 - 26, 2010
                                                                                   offered by
                                                                                   utilities and                                                           For more info go to
                                                                                   non-profit                                                                          or 503-491-7235 to register.
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                       community ed claSSeS                                                            Lifelong Learning
                          Want to build your knowledge, skills
                                                                                                                                                                               ART4CC         Beginning Quilting                       $72
                          and abilities? MHCC’s Community Ed                                                                 ANIMAL CARE                                       Have you always wanted to try quilting, but didn’t know where
                          courses are specially designed to help                                        AGR4DO         Dog Obedience                                   $48     to begin? Do you find the array of books, patterns and tools
                          you meet your goals.                                                          Course covers basic obedience commands, training tools,                both confusing and expensive? Then this class is for you! After
                                                                                                        manners and basic grooming. Instructor will discuss proper dog         our discussion on pattern selection, color theory, tools and
                                                                                                        care to include diet and exercise needs. Students will have the        techniques, sandwiching, quilting and binding, you will design
                        ON-SITE CLASSES pages 32 - 39                                                   opportunity to address individual concerns. Bring your dog to          your quilt and determine tools and supplies needed.
                          •	Art                              •	Language                                 class on a leash. Also bring water in a jug and a water bowl.          Sec. 91          6 - 8:30 p.m.          --T----       DD TBA
                                                                                                        Sec. 91          10 - Noon                 ------S           AC TBA      N. Tubbs                                 01/12/10-03/02/10
                          •	Aviation                         •	Motorcycle	Safety
                                                                                                          N. Cox                                      01/16/10-02/20/10        *Quilting kits provided by the instructor cost $28.
                          •	Computers                        •	Music
                                                                                                        Note: *Class is held in the covered area next to the Student Center.
                          •	Cooking                          •	Personal	Safety                                                                                                 ART4C1          Color Intensive Painting                      $119
                          •	Driver	Education                 •	Photography                                                                                                     Learn painting techniques used by the Impressionists that will
                          •	Exercise                         •	Science                                                                ART                                      allow you to see light and color in a new way. By painting a
                                                                                                        ART4AP        Abstract Painting                                        variety of still life subjects, you will learn the foundation needed
                          •	Financial                        •	Theater                                                                                            $119
                                                                                                                                                                               to paint any subject, landscape, still life, or portraiture.
                          •	Health                           •	Writing                                  Students develop a working knowledge of abstract painting
                                                                                                        using acrylic paint. You will be challenged to see and interpret       Sec. 91             9 - Noon                U------            VA17
                          •	Home	and	Family                                                             art in new ways. Color, line, movement and form are taught               E. Guttman                                    01/17/10-02/14/10
non-credit classes

                                                                                                        through individual instruction as well as group discussion.
                        NON-CREDIT ONLINE CLASSES pages 42-45                                                                                                                  ART4MW Mosaic Art Workshop I                                $49
                                                                                                        Sec. 91         12:30- 3:30 p.m.        U------          VA 17
                          •	Computers	and	Technology                                                      E. Guttman                               01/17/10-02/14/10           Students learn the ancient art and technique of direct-application
                          •	Business	and	Education                                                                                                                             mosaics using broken tile, dishes or glass shards. First class is a
                          •	Photography                                                                 ART4B          Creative jewelry Making                  $110           lecture, to inspire and distribute guidelines/supply list. Second
                                                                                                        Learn the fundamentals of simple jewelry construction (no string       class is an all-day, hands-on workshop. Final class allows
                                                                                                                                                                               students to grout their creations.
                        WANT TO TRAVEL? Please call 503-491-7571.                                       beading though). More advanced students may learn casting
                                                                                                        and light setting.                                                     Sec. 91          10:30-4:30 p.m.        U------          GE 201
                          •	Croatia’s	Riviera
                          •	Trains	of	the	Colorado	Rockies                                              Sec. 91          6:30- 9 p.m.         --T----      DDSO221               Dugas-Tait                              02/14/10-02/14/10
                                                                                                         G. Buyukas                              01/12/10-03/16/10                              6:30 - 9 p.m.          ----R--         GE 201
                          •	Sunny	Portugal
                                                                                                        ART4Bj        Beginning jewelry Making                   $59
                        MAYWOOD PARK CAMPUS pages 40-41                                                 Learn all the basics of jewelry making from terminology to tools                        7 - 9 p.m.             ----R--         GE 201
                        Self-paced and instructor-led computer classes.                                 and techniques. Includes guidelines, supply and resource list,                                                    02/18/10-02/18/10
                                                                                                        followed by more hands on workshop and review. Also, learn
                        COMMUNITY ED CLASS KEY:                                                         basic wire work, make findings and wrap bead ends.                     ART4PB Transparent Watercolor                                    $68
                                                                                   Cost of Class        Sec. 31         6 - 9 p.m.             ----R--       MAY TBA           Put the life in still life through the richness of perception. Emphasis
                     Course #           Class Title         Course Description     additional fees                                                                             is on vision training, drawing what you see, and painting what
                                                                                   may apply.             Dugas-Tait                              02/25/10-03/18/10            you feel. Your own style will develop and expand through
                                                                                                        *Class meets on Feb 25, Mar 11 and Mar 18.                             learning process and technique, including drawing shortcuts
                                                                                                                                                                               and color theory.
                                                                                                        ART4BW        Beginners Watercolor                        $100         Sec. 31              9 - Noon                 -----F-       MAY 304
                                                                                                        Learn traditional and realistic watercolor in this enjoyable class.      P. Hobbs                                        01/15/10-03/19/10
                                                                                                        We welcome new students and also those whose brushes and
                                                                                                        paints have developed cobwebs. The first night will be hands on        Sec. 91              9 - Noon                 ------S           VA 13
                                                                                                        demos and discussions of painting subjects. A list of supplies will      P. Hobbs                                        01/16/10-03/20/10
                                                                                                        be given at that time.
                     Section #                   Time   Class Day       Class Dates
                                                        U   Sunday                        Location      Sec. 91         6 - 9 p.m.              ---W---           VA 13
                                                                        These are the     See key on
                        Instructor Name                 M   Monday      dates the class
                                                        T   Tuesday     will cover.
                                                                                          pg. 33         M. Dawkins                                01/13/10-03/17/10
                        The word “STAFF”
                        is used when the                W   Wednesday
                        specific instructor is          R   Thursday
                        not identified.                 F   Friday
    32 32                Winter 2010 Class Schedule     S   Saturday
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ART4TB Pottery                                         $125               market your goods to the world! Learn how to open a seller               This is a class for first-time computer users. The assignments
Hand-build or turn clay on electric wheel. Firing is done by              account, build positive feedback, create effective listings, set         acquaint the user with the basics of a personal computer and
instructor. A $25 fee goes to the high school toward equipment            pricing, upload images, attract bidders, accept credit card              Windows, introduce the use of email, the use of a Web browser
use and room rental, does not include clay and supplies. Some             payments and pack and ship your merchandise. This course will            and basic search techniques using a Web browser.
experience is helpful.                                                    provide all the fundamental skills needed to become a successful
                                                                          eBay seller. Optional $25 textbook can be purchased from                 Sec. 91        8 -10:20 a.m.          ------S       AC2604
Sec. 91         6 - 9 p.m.             -M-----     DDSO223                instructor on the first day of class.                                     M. Pelayo                                01/16/10-02/13/10
  McIlhattan                              01/11/10-03/22/10
                                                                          Sec. 91          6 - 9 p.m.             --T----     AC 2554              Sec. 92        8 - 10:20 a.m.          ------S     AC 2604
*No class on Jan 18.                                                                                                                                M. Pelayo                               02/20/10-03/20/10
                                                                            M. Klink                                 01/12/10-02/09/10
Sec. 92          6 - 9 p.m.               ---W---    DDSO223
 R. Linn                                     01/13/10-03/17/10            PC5BS      eBay: Beyond the Basics                            $46
                                                                          Learn the secrets of those making a full or part-time living on             Class Locations
                                                                          eBay! This course builds on the information presented in The
                          AVIATION                                        Basics of Selling on eBay, and introduces more advanced                       Mt. Hood Gresham Campus Buildings
                                                                          selling strategies that will improve your profits and help your               26000 SE Stark St., Gresham
AV5         Private Pilot Ground School                     $260          online auction sales to grow. Learn tips and tricks to enhance                  AC Academic Center       IT Industrial Tech.
Initial ground instruction in aeronautical skills and knowledge.          your lists, increase the quantity of your sales, avoid legal pitfalls,
                                                                          deal with returns and problem customers, encourage repeat                       EC Early Childhood Ed. PE Physical Education
Involves an introduction to pilot training. Obtain a basic working                                                                                        GE G.E. Classroom        VA Visual Arts Center
knowledge of flight, aerodynamics, aircraft instruments and systems.      business and market yourself. Learn how to obtain merchandise
                                                                          that sells, list multiple items, establish an eBay Store, become a              HF Fisheries
Sec. 91          6 - 8:30 p.m.            -M-W---         GWA 1           Power Seller, and earn a respectable income without leaving
  R. Bailey                                 01/04/10-03/17/10                                                                                           BCAH     The Bruning Center for Allied Health
                                                                          your home. Optional $25 textbook can be purchased from instructor
                                                                                                                                                                 1484 NW Civic Drive, Gresham
*No class on Jan 18.                                                      on the first day of class.                                                             503-491-6700
                                                                          Sec. 91            6 - 9 p.m.               --T----      AC 2554              MAy      MHCC Maywood Park Campus
AV6        Instrument Pilot Ground School                     $260          M. Klink                                     02/16/10-03/16/10                       10100 NE Prescott, Portland
This course involves ground instruction necessary to pass the                                                                                                    503-491-6100
FAA Instrument Pilot Knowledge Exam. Subjects covered                     PC5CB      Gently Learning Basic Computer                     $60             CN       Centennial High School
include: aircraft flight instruments, altitude instrument flight, radio              Use for Seniors                                                             3505 SE 182nd, Gresham
navigation, IFR departure, enroute and approach procedures, IFR           Learn the very basics of word processing, spreadsheets, e-mailing
emergencies, airspace and airport operations, Air Traffic Control                                                                                       CLUB     Club Estates East
                                                                          and theInternet. Course will include a lot of hands-on experience.                     12260 SE Main, Portland
system and services, meteorology theory, obtaining weather
reports and forecasts, human factors Federal Aviation Regulations.        Sec. 91          4 - 5:50 p.m.           ----R--       AC 2554                DD       David Douglas High School
Sec. 91          6 - 8:30 p.m.              --T-R--          GWA 1          STAFF                                      01/14/10-03/18/10                         1001 SE 135th, Portland
  R. Bailey                                    01/05/10-03/18/10                                                                                        DDSO     David Douglas South building
                                                                          PC5SE       Excel Basico en Espanol                           $62                      1500 SE 130th, Portland
                                                                          Aprenda lo basico de MS Excel 2007. Aprenderas a crear                        FAIR     Fairlawn Community Center
                       COMPUTERS                                          hojas de calculo, editar, formatear, copiear, pegar y borrar.                          1280 NE Kane Road, Gresham
                                                                          Crear formulas complejas, tablas y graficos dinamicos, y usar
                                                                          “analisis y si”. Prerequisitos: Hablar con Maria Pelayo.                      FRVW     Fairview Community Center
CS9G       Microcomputer Use for Senior Citizens $54                                                                                                             300 Harrison, Fairview
Enjoy a fun and easy hands-on basic computer and Internet                 Sec. 91           6 - 8:30 p.m.          --T----      AC 1659                 GWA      Gorge Winds Aviation
skills course. Obtain a free email account and learn to send               M. Pelayo                                  01/12/10-02/09/10                          920 NW Perimeter Way, Troutdale
and receive emails and attachments. Students create, save and
print useful computer projects in Microsoft Word to take home.            Sec. 92           6 - 8:30 p.m.          --T----      AC 1659                 LUKE     St. Luke’s,
Learn how to use the Internet in a friendly manner and be able             M. Pelayo                                  02/16/10-03/16/10                          120 SW Towle Ave, Gresham
to search for information you need.                                                                                                                     RYM      Reynolds Middle School
                                                                          PC5SP      Computer Basics for Spanish                        $62                      1200 NE 201st, Fairview
Sec. 91          9:30 - 11:20 a.m.      -----F-      AC 2604
                                                                                     Speaking Students                                                  SBDC     Small Business Development Center
  J. Aguilar                               01/15/10-03/19/10
                                                                          Uso de computadoras personales en espanol. Este curso es                               328 N Roberts, Gresham
                                                                          disenado para personas sin experiencia o conocimiento previo                  WMOR     Walt Morey Middle School
PC5BA          The Basics of Selling on eBay                   $42        en computacion. Esta clase provee introduccion al uso de
Turn your clutter into cash! Find out how to sell your stuff on                                                                                                  2801 SW Lucas, Troutdale
                                                                          computadoras, incluyendo email, internet, sistema operativo de
the largest online auction site from an official five-star rated                                                                                        ZION     Zion Church of Christ
                                                                          Windows y vocabulario technologico-basico.                                             2025 NE 23rd Avenue, Gresham
“education Specialis trained by eBay”. With over 135 million
registered users, eBay offers more than 50,000 categories to

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                      PC5TS     Troubleshooting Your Computer                   $62                                                                                               6 - 8:50 p.m.            -M----- A   C 2059
                      Learn to PC-troubleshoot, repair, upgrade, and update your
                      computer’s hardware and software. Get inside your computer          HEC2WA        Wines of the World: United States              $59
                      and learn what makes it work. This course is designed for                                                                                                   6 - 8:50 p.m.            -M-----    AC 2059
                                                                                          This is the first in a series of courses to learn what is behind the                                             03/15/10-03/15/10
                      beginners and beyond.                                               label in that bottle of wine. Develop an appreciation for the
                      Sec. 31        6 - 8:30 p.m.         -M-----    MAY 303             product of viniculture; discussion will center around the history,     HEC4AF         Asian Flare                                     $46
                       STAFF                                01/25/10-02/22/10             cultivation, production and storage of wine all United States          A great cuisine to incorporate more vegetables into our meals.
                                                                                          wine-production areas. Component tasting will be an integral           We will create Teriyaki Chicken Salad with Frizzled Noodles,
                      PC6CW Creating a WebPage                                  $65       part of each class.                                                    Cool Soba Noodles with Peanut Dressing, and a fresh take on
                      Create a home page for your business or individual use. You will     Sec. 91             6 - 8:50 p.m.           -M-----       AC 2059     Summer Rolls with Ponzu Dipping Sauce
                      start with an introduction to Dreamweaver and create a simple         C. Carrier                                   01/04/10-01/04/10       Sec. 91       6 - 9 p.m.             ----R--      DDSO239
                      Web page. This course also covers webbing your page to other                             6 - 8:50 p.m.           -M-----       AC 2059      Professional Chef                       01/14/10-01/14/10
                      Web pages on the Internet, adding pictures and backgrounds,                                                         01/11/10-01/11/10
                      creating table and graphic links and gathering information from
                      people viewing your web site. Finish your Web page in the            No Class Jan. 18.                                                     HEC4CD         Professional Cake Decorating                    $99
                      course and put it on the Internet!                                                                                                         Prepare for a career in the professional cake decorating
                                                                                                           6 - 8:50 p.m.            --T----     AC 2059          industry or learn to decorate like a “pro” for friends and family.
                      Sec. 31          6 - 8:30 p.m.         --T----       MAY 311                                                     01/19/10-01/19/10         You will master decorating techniques and achieve current
                        Montgomery                              01/12/10-02/16/10                          6 - 8:50 p.m.            -M-----     AC 2059          industry standards for production. Recognition of Completion
                                                                                                                                       01/25/10-01/25/10         certificate awarded upon completion. This class is for all levels.
                      PC6PH     Have Fun with Photoshop:                        $79                                                                              No experience is necessary.
                                Intermediate Level                                        HEC2WB        Wines of the World:                            $59       Sec. 91             6 - 9 p.m.               --T----          CN 177
                      Use the same practical approach introduced in the Beginning                       France and Italy                                            C. Sanders                                   01/12/10-03/02/10
                      Level class to learn more ways to enhance and improve your
                                                                                          This is the second in a series of courses to learn what is behind      *Students will provide their own supplies. Instructor will provide list
                      photos. This course makes intermediate tools and techniques
non-credit classes

                                                                                          the label in that bottle of wine. Develop an appreciation for the      first night of class.
                      available to those of us who are not professionals. Everyone
                                                                                          product of viniculture; discussion will center around the history,
                      can benefit from the ability to produce quality photographs
                                                                                          cultivation, production and storage of wine from Western Europe,       HEC4CH         Let’s Do Chocolate                              $46
                      and special effects. Whether you want to learn these skills for
                                                                                          including France, Italy and Germany. Component tasting will be
                      personal use or to improve your occupational marketability, this                                                                           Chef Lois Foster finds seemingly endless ways to create beautiful
                                                                                          an integral part of each class. Prerequisite: Student must be 21
                      course makes it easy to learn the tricks of the trade. Discover                                                                            chocolate indulgences! In this class, we start with these three:
                                                                                          years of age and have proof of photo ID.
                      Techniques such as masking, layer manipulation, clipping paths                                                                             Elodies French Chocolate Torte, Mazine Chocolate Mousse,
                      and liters. It is recommended that you take the Beginning Level     Sec. 91          6 - 9:20 p.m.           -M-----      AC 2059          and Dark Chocolate Truffles finished with toasted nut dust or
                      class or have prior experience working with Photoshop before          C. Carrier                                02/01/10-02/01/10          backed in puff pastry.
                      taking this class. Basic understanding of the program or previous                    6 - 9:20 p.m.           -M-----      AC 2059          Sect. 91       6 - 9 p.m.              ----R--      DDSO239
                      enrollment in beginning class of Have Fun with PhotoShop
                      suggested.                                                                                                     02/08/10-02/08/10             Professional Chef                        02/11/10-02/11/10
                      Sec. 91            7 - 9 p.m.            ----R--      AC 1659                        6 - 9:20 p.m.           --T----      AC 2000
                                                                                                                                     02/16/10-02/16/10           HEC4CU         Curry in a Hurry                                $46
                        M. Klink                                  01/14/10-03/18/10                                                                               Chef Lois Foster will share demonstrate recipes to show us
                                                                                          HEC2WC        Wines of the World:                            $59       healthy Indian cuisine without compromising the flavor. Spicy
                      PC6SP      Intermediate Computer Basics for               $62                                                                              Mung Bean Soup, Chicken a’ la Bombay and Cilantro Lime Rice.
                                 Spanish Speaking Students                                              Other Countries
                                                                                          This is the third in a series of courses to learn what is behind       Sect. 91       6 - 9 p.m.            ----R--     DDSO239
                      This class is designed for students who have completed Computer                                                                             Professional Chef                      01/28/10-01/28/10
                      Basics for Spanish Speaking Students. Students will continue        the label in that bottle of wine. Develop an appreciation for the
                      learning Word 2007. Also learn to create a presentation in          product of viniculture; discussion will center around the history,
                                                                                          cultivation, production and storage of wine from Eastern Europe        HEC4DF         Go Cheesy Dairy-Free!                           $34
                      PowerPoint and Publisher 2007. Learn to create a photo album
                      presentation, flyers and brochures.                                 and the Southern Hemisphere. Component tasting will be an              Do you love cheese - or miss it? Come see how much fun it is to
                                                                                          integral part of each class. Prerequisite: Student must be 21          make your favorite delicious “cheese” dishes including cheesy
                      Sec. 91           10:30-12:50 p.m.       ------S      AC 2604       years of age and have proof of photo ID.                               spreads, dips, sauces, and even hard blocks of “cheese” - all
                        M. Pelayo                                  01/16/10-02/13/10      Sec. 9            6 - 8:50 p.m.          -M-----      AC 2059          without dairy or guilt! These incredible pure-vegetarian cheesy
                      Sec. 92           10:30-12:50 p.m.        ------S     AC 2604                                                                              creations are made only with natural, animal-free ingredients
                                                                                            C. Carrier                              02/22/10-02/22/10            and then can be used just like the “real things.” Come hungry.
                        M. Pelayo                                 02/20/10-03/20/10
                                                                                                           6 - 8:50 p.m.           -M-----       AC 2059         Sect. 91        6 - 8:30 p.m.            ----R--     AC 2707
                                                                                                                                     03/01/10-03/01/10             D. Gabbe                                  02/11/10-02/11/10

                     34   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                                      For information or to register, call Community Ed at 503-491-7572.
HEC4GC       Greens!
From the farmers market, your own backyard or the grocery
                                                          $46       HEC4PZ        Pizza Wonderland                              $46
                                                                    It’s a Pizza Wonderland once you’ve learned the classic dough.
                                                                                                                                           career pathwayS
store, incorporating more cooked greens is a great recipe for       With Chef Loi Foster, you’ll learn how to make calzone, a
health. We will prepare traditional Southern Greens, Italian
Spinach and Chard Torte (or pie), and Asian Greens such as
                                                                    bouquet of tasty Parmesan breadsticks, homemade pizza with a
                                                                    variety of toppings, Foccacia and Panini.
                                                                                                                                           Laid off, worried
baby Boc Choy with toasted sesame, ginger and soy.                  Sec. 91          6 - 9 p.m.           ----R--     DDSO239
                                                                                                                                           about job security
Sect. 91        6 - 9 p.m.           ----R--     DDSO239               Professional Chef                      03/11/10-03/11/10            or want to retrain
  Professional Chef                    02/04/10-02/04/10                                                                                   for a new career?
                                                                    HEC4RO        Risotto                                       $46
HEC4GE       Greek Dinner Let’s Cook Greek!               $46       Easy to make and perfect for dinners or parties, in this class
1)Babaganoush-Roasted Eggplant with tahini, garlic and olive        Chef Lois Foster will take you through the preparation of several
                                                                                                                                              Then enroll in a
oil served with toasted pita triangles. A wonderful blend of        classic Risotto dishes. Chicken Risotto, Mushroom Risotto and             Career Pathways
flavors and textures, smoky, rich and smooth to crispy, a great     Seafood Risotto. What goes well with Risotto? Classic Italian red         training and learn
appetizer.                                                          wine and a salad, of course!                                              the knowledge and
2)Chicken Breast stuffed with spinach, feta cheese and fresh        Sec. 9          6 - 9 p.m.               ----R--     DDSO239              skills you need to
herb mixture.                                                         Professional Chef                         03/18/10-03/18/10             get a job quickly!
3)Dolmas-grape leaves rolled around a filling of rice and savory
Greek flavors, simmered in tomato juice.                            HEC4VA        Vegetarian Adventures with Tofu               $34
                                                                    Eating tofu daily may result in reduced risk of cancer, heart          Career Pathways:                          •	 Give extensive
4)Baklava-Layers of phyllo, and nut mixture with a lemon and                                                                                                                            student support
honey glaze.                                                        disease and osteoporosis. Mixed with the right seasonings,             •	 Prepare you for in-
                                                                    tofu is downright tasty! But do you feel befuddled about what             demand occupations                     •	 Offer instruction in
Sec. 91         6 - 9 p.m.             ----R--       DDSO239        to do with those soft, white blocks? Or, are you simply looking                                                     technical, professional,
  Professional Chef                        01/21/10-01/21/10                                                                               •	 Last only two terms
                                                                    for ideas how to transform tofu into new dishes? Come learn                                                         business and
                                                                    all about tofu and watch how easy it is to prepare inexpensive,        •	 Offer work-centered                       vocational occupations
HEC4HD       Cool Hors D’oeuvres                          $46       low-fat, cholesterol-free, pure vegetarian meals with tofu. Come          classes
Join Chef Lois Foster as she teaches us how to prepare Fig,         hungry, too.                                                           •	 Provide job placement
                                                                                                                                              assistance                              Web site:
Chevre (Goat Cheese) and Sweet Spicy Pecan in Endive Leaf,          Sec. 91       11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.        ------S      AC 2707
Smoked Salmon Roe with Dilled Cream on a Sesame Crisp.                                                                                                                      
                                                                      D. Gabbe                                  01/23/10-01/23/10
Shrimp, split and grilled with Honey, Mango and Tequila Glaze
add to those canapes the fruity Spanish Wine Sangria.
                                                                                                                                           Career Pathways
                                                                    HEC4vB        vegetarian Beans & Grains Magic               $34
Sec. 91         6 - 9 p.m.             ----R--    DDSO239                                                                                  Trainings                        Length / Credits         Start Date
                                                                    Beans and whole grains are among the most hearty and healthful
  Professional Chef                       02/18/10-02/18/10         foods around. Combined with other natural ingredients, these            Medical Customer Service Rep.   6 Months / 30 Credits    Jan. 4, 2010
                                                                    humble staples can provide a world of exciting dishes - including      Culinary Arts                    6 Months / 25 Credits    Jan. 4, 2010
HEC4IU       Indian Intrigue                              $46       yummy desserts. Come discover the Magic in beans and grains
                                                                                                                                           Office Specialist                4 Months / Non-Credit    Feb. 1, 2010
Chef Lois Foster will take you through a full flavored Indian       and watch how easy it is to use them in preparing inexpensive,
dinner. At this class we will prepare delicious Somosas, filled     low-fat, cholesterol-free, pure vegetarian dishes. Come hungry,        For more information, contact:
pastry pockets with a variety of fillings; Chicken Curry made       too.                                                                   Steven R. Storla, Ph.D. - Career Pathways Coordinator
with traditional fresh ground spices; Stir-fried Green Beans with   Sec. 91       2 - 4:30 p.m.             ------S      AC 2707           503-491-7251,
Coconut and Indian flavors; Basmati Rice infused with Saffron.        D. Gabbe                                 01/23/10-01/23/10
Sec. 91          6 - 9 p.m.              ----R--      DDSO239                                                                              vocational ESL (vESL): for non-native
 Professional Chef                         02/25/10-02/25/10        HEC4VD        Vegetarian Dessert Heaven                     $34
                                                                    Health-conscious people don’t need to suffer from “dessert
                                                                                                                                           English speakers, immigrants and refugees
HEC4LO       Low Fat Entrees                              $46       deprivation” anymore. We’ll make heavenly sweet treats that are        Trainings                         Length / Credits        Start Date
A healthy approach to the main course does not mean flavorless      not only low-fat and cholesterol-free, but also devilishly delicious
                                                                    and highly nutritious. They’re a snap to prepare and loaded with       Manufacturing with VESL           2 Months / non-credit   Spring 2010
meals. We will create entrees such as Turkey Breast Picotta,
Chicken Fajitas, Baked Mustard and Maple Glazed Salmon              a variety of wholesome pure vegetarian ingredients. No button-          Nursing Assistant with VESL      6 Months / 7 credits    Jan. 4 , 2010
and talk about satisfying, low fat meals.                           busters here! So enjoy these guilt-free indulgences any time of        Welding Technology with VESL      6 Months / 28 credits   Feb. 1, 2010
Sec. 91         6 - 9 p.m.              ----R--    DDSO239                                                                                 For more information, contact:
Professional Chef                         03/04/10-03/04/10         Sec. 91       2 - 4:30 p.m.              ------S        AC 2707
                                                                                                                                           Angelique Kauffman - Career Pathways Specialist
                                                                     D. Gabbe                                  02/20/10-02/20/10

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                      HEC4vG vegetarian Cooking with Greens                        $34        REC4LD Beginning Latin Dance                               $64       REC5KM        Keep Moving
                      Making cooked greens a regular on your dinner table can                 Add fun to lifelong fitness through Latin Dance! This course is      Improve your flexibility, range of motion and balance in a
                      provide significant protections against cancer and osteoporosis.        an introduction to the basics of social Latin dance. This course     non-intimidating environment. Bring 1 or 2 pound weights for
                      Come learn all about collards, kale, mustard greens, bok                will focus on three of the most popular Latin dances; Rumba,         strength training and gentle stretching. No floor exercise. Bring
                      choy and other hardy calcium-rich greens. Watch how they                Tango and Cha-Cha. At the end of the term you will have gained       light weights and mat or towel.
                      can be turned into savory dishes that are inexpensive, low-fat,         the basic skills and confidence needed to take your spot on the
                      cholesterol-free and pure vegetarian. Come hungry, too.                 dance floor and enjoy! Partner required; they must be enrolled       Sec. 91         7:55- 8:45 a.m.         -M-W-F-  ZION $60
                                                                                              in class.                                                             D. Glasnapp                              01/11/10-03/19/10
                      Sec. 91         11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. ------S          AC 2707
                       D. Gabbe                                 02/20/10-02/20/10             Sec. 91           7:45- 8:45 p.m.     --T----          WMOR          *No class on January 18.
                                                                                                D. George                               01/12/10-03/16/10          Sec. 92         9:30-10:30 a.m.         -M-W-F-   CLUB $60
                                                                                              *Held at Walt Morey Middle School, 2801 SW Lucas, Troutdale.          D. Glasnapp                             01/11/10-03/19/10*
                                                 DANCE                                                                                                             *No class on January 18.
                                                                                              REC4WB       Belly Dance Fitness                           $62
                      REC3BD Beginning Ballroom Dance                              $64        Learn how dance fitness can reshape your body and your spirit!       Sec. 93      10 -11 a.m.                --T-R--    ZION $42
                      Add fun to lifelong fitness through ballroom dancing! This course       This course is an aerobic dance class that integrates different       D. Glasnapp                                01/12/10-03/18/10
                      is an introduction to the basics of social dance. Whether you are       types of dance styles into an exercise form. Country, hip hop,
                      new to the world of dancing, or simply in need of a refresher           funk, Latin, swing, belly dance, modern and World are examples       REC5P      Pilates and Yoga                                 $79
                      course, this class will provide the basic skills and confidence         of some of the dance methods used. No previous dance skills          Sculpt long, lean muscles, firm and tone, while building strength,
                      needed to take your spot on the dance floor. The course will            required.                                                            flexibility and concentration. Reduce stress, calm and strengthen
                      cover the three foundation dances of Foxtrot, East Coast Swing          Sec. 91          6:10- 7 p.m.          -M-----          FRVW         the mind, emotions, glands, and organs with this gentle yoga
                      and Waltz, (as well as a brief introduction to their Latin relatives)     N. Idriss                                01/11/10-03/22/10         and pilates workout. Wear loose layered clothing and bring two
                      which will allow you to dance to the majority of music played                                                                                towels.
                      at any social dance occasion! Partner required; they must be            *No class on January 18.
                      enrolled in class.                                                      Sec. 92          6:10- 7 p.m.          ----R--          FRVW         Sec. 91         7:20 - 8:10 p.m.        -M-W---        PE 139E
                                                                                                                                                                     J. Kelly                                 01/11/10-03/17/10
non-credit classes

                      Sec. 91          6:30- 7:30 p.m.           --T----         WMOR           N. Idriss                                01/14/10-03/18/10
                        D. George                                 01/12/10-03/16/10*                                                                               *No class on January 18.
                      *Held at Walt Morey Middle School 2801 SW Lucas, Troutdale.                             DRIVER EDUCATION                                     Sec. 92         4:30- 5:20 p.m.         --T-R--      FRVWTBA
                                                                                                                                                                    Dollowitch                                 01/12/10-03/18/10
                      REC3FD Flamenco Dance                                        $64        DRV5DS Driver Safety Program                        $12 / $14        Sec. 93         7:30- 8:30 p.m.         --T-R--       PE 139E
                      Discover the passion of Spanish dance as you learn footwork,            This AARP sponsored class is a refresher for motorists age 50
                                                                                                                                                                    Dollowitch                                 01/12/10-03/18/10
                      form and rhythms. Exercise becomes enjoyable when learning              and older. Classroom instruction only, no driving. Students
                      Sevillanas, Tangos and Rhumbas.                                         completing the program will receive a certificate and will be        REC5TC        Tai Chi Chuan                           $38/$79
                                                                                              eligible for insurance discounts. No test.
                      Sec. 91         7- 7:50 p.m.        -M-----          FRVW                                                                                    Tai Chi Chuan is a Chinese form of exercise with self-defense
                        P. Norris                          01/11/10-02/22/10*                 Sec. 91            9 - 12:50 p.m.          --T-R--          AC TBA   application. Reduce the effects of stress. Develop power in the
                                                                                                I. Reid                                      01/12/10-01/14/10     legs, flexibility in the hips and shoulders, suppleness in the spine
                      *No class Jan. 18.                                                                                                                           and increased stamina. Improve balance and posture. All are
                                                                                              *Cost for class is now $14 for non-AARP members and $12 for AARP
                                                                                              members. Participants will need to present their AARP membership     welcome; the benefits are life changing.
                      REC3TP Tap Dance                                             $64
                                                                                              cards and driver’s license with their payment at the class.          Sec. 31            12:10 a.m. -1:10 p.m. -M-----       MAY $38
                      A rhythmic, fun way to exercise. Students will learn basic tap
                      vocabulary and style culminating in a choreographed dance.                                                                                     Weber-Kear                                01/11/10-03/15/10*
                      Sec. 91         8 - 8:50 p.m.        -M-----           RVW                                                                                   *Meets in the lobby area. No class on January 18.
                       P. Norris                             01/11/10-02/22/10*                                       EXERCISE                                     Sec. 91         5 - 6 p.m.              -M-W---   FRVW $79
                      *No class Jan. 18                                                       REC5GY       Gentle Yoga                                   $79        L. Wilburn                               01/11/10-03/17/10*
                                                                                              Sculpt long, lean muscles, firm and tone, while building strength,   *No class on January 18.
                      REC4AB Adult Ballet                                          $88        flexibility and concentration. Reduce stress, calm and strengthen
                                                                                              the mind, emotions, glands, and organs with this gentle yoga         Sec. 92          7 - 8 p.m.             -M-----    LUKE $38
                      Explore the beauty and joy of learning ballet technique and                                                                                   Weber-Kear                              01/11/10-03/15/10*
                      stretch techniques to classical music. All levels welcome.              workout. Wear loose layered clothing and bring two towels.
                                                                                              Sec. 91          6:10- 7:10 p.m.        -M-W---        PE 139E       *No class on January 18.
                      Sec. 91         8:30-10:30 a.m.         ------S          PE 114
                        L. Morgan                                 01/16/10-03/20/10             J. Kelly                                01/11/10-03/17/10*
                                                                                              *No class on January 18.

                     36   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                                        For information or to register, call Community Ed at 503-491-7572.
REC5WM Water Aerobics by Moonlight                          $79
Let a full glass wall help you enjoy the moonlit ambiance of
                                                                                   FINANCIAL PLANNING                                                                 HEALTH
this indoor pool as you work out the day’s frustrations. Learn        FIN4BW Building Wealth with Real Estate                   $29       HE4CM          Chinese Medicine                                $58
new and innovative water aerobic exercises while working out          The first night is an overview of a process for getting from        This course provides basic information about the theories and
in the shallow end of the swimming pool. Easy access, lots of         where you are financially to where you want to be using             applications of Chinese medicine including an overview of
parking, and you leave class feeling great! Fee includes on-duty      real estate as the investment vehicle. The second night is a        diagnostic practices used to identify an illness or discomfort.
lifeguard, use of pool, showers, and locker room.                     planning workshop to put these principles into application.         Information about treatment modalities such as Chinese
Class is held at the Reynolds Middle School pool, located at 1200     Workbook included.                                                  herbs, acupuncture and Qi meditation will be covered. This
NE 201st, the Cross street is Halsey.                                 Sec. 91         6:30- 8 p.m.           --T-R--       AC TBA         introductory course should give the layman an overview of how
                                                                       S. Straub                                02/23/10-02/25/10         Chinese medicine is used to resolve some health issues.
Sec. 91         8:45 - 9:45 p.m.        --T-R--    RYMSPOOL
 M. Furness                                 01/12/10-03/18/10                                                                             Sec. 91        6 - 8 p.m.              --T----       AC TBA
                                                                      FIN4SS Navigating This Confusing                          $29         C. Wu                                   01/12/10-03/02/10
REC5Y         Yoga for Health                              $84               Real Estate Market
Balance your mind and body and reduce your stress. Learn              With so much confusion about Foreclosures, Short Sales, and         HE4MC          Welcome to Medicare!
proper body alignment and breath awareness through yoga               Bank Owned properties you need to know what the differences         Medicare doesn’t have to be confusing. This course will help
poses to release tension, tone and strengthen muscles, bones          are between them as well as how the process works to acquire        participants understand Medicare basics and make informed
and organs. Improve your ability to concentrate. Calm the mind        these properties that are dominating the market right now. All of   choices. Topics: Medicare eligibility and enrollment; Parts A, B,
and emotions and get a good night’s sleep. For every level of         your questions will be answered by a real estate professional.      C and D; covered services; Medicare insurance policies; and
condition. Wear loose clothing; bring a sticky mat, blanket and       Workbook included.                                                  problem resolution. This free course is taught by trained volunteers in
pillow. Ages 18 and up.                                                                                                                   cooperation with Multnomah County Aging and Disability Services.
                                                                      Sec. 91         6:30- 8 p.m.           ---W---         AC TBA
Sec. 91         9 -10:30 a.m.         -M-W---        ZIONCH             D. Gorton                             02/24/10-02/24/10*           Sec. 91        7 - 9 p.m.                 ----R--          AC TBA
 M. Corgiat                             01/11/10-03/17/10*                                                                                  B. Earnest                                   01/14/10-01/14/10
*No class on January 18.                                              FIN5M     Financial Strategies for                                   Sect. 92       10 a.m. - Noon              ------S         AC TBA

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    non-credit classes
                                                                                Successful Retirement                                       B. Earnest                                   02/13/10-02/13/10
Sec. 92          6:30 - 8 p.m.          -M-W---    FAIRLAWN
                                                                      Provides essential strategies and information to people who are     Sect. 93        7 - 9 p.m.                  ----R-- AC           TBA
 H. Mitchoff                              01/11/10-03/17/10*
                                                                      very close to retirement, as well as to those who are as many         B. Earnest                                    03/11/10-03/11/10
*No class on January 18.                                              as fifteen years from retirement. Inflation, investments, taxes
Sec. 93         8 - 9:30 a.m.           --T-R--       ZIONCH          and more are taught in the context of retirement planning.
                                                                      Co-Sponsorship with Mt. Hood Community College does
 M. Corgiat                                 01/12/10-03/18/10         not connote endorsement of a particular broker or financial                          HOME AND FAMILY
Sec. 94         6 - 7:30 p.m.           --T-R--     FAIRLAWN          planning agency. A $49 fee per family of two will be paid to
 M. Corgiat                               01/12/10-03/18/10*          the Gresham Area Chamber. For registration call 503-665-1131.       HOM4BB The Baby-Boomer Caregiver                               $16
                                                                      Sec. 91         6:15- 9:45 p.m.         ----R--        AC TBA       For over ten years, this instructor has been her mother’s state-
REC6TC        Tai Chi Intermediate                          $79                                                                           appointed caregiver and assists her father as well. She writes
                                                                        vonBorstel                            02/04/10-02/18/10*          a column a newspaper on a baby-boomer’s challenges and
This intermediate level course is a continuation of basic Tai Chi
movements of form and application. Class will have a stronger         Sec. 92         6:15- 9:45 p.m.        --T----        AC TBA        the rewards of caring for her parents. Are you a caregiver?
focus on form. Prerequisite: Prior Tai Chi experience Prerequisite:     vonBorstel                            02/09/10-02/23/10*          Do you think you may become a caregiver? In this class you
Student must take 2 terms of Beginning Tai Chi, REC5TC, before                                                                            will exchange ideas; sharing with each other your trials and
taking intermediate classes.                                          FIN5MC       Finding Money for College                    $34       triumphs. You’ll discuss how ordinary people like you can be
                                                                      Statistics show that college students will graduate with at least   more effective and comfortable in your caregiving roles.
Sec. 91         4:30 - 5:30 p.m.         --T-R--           FRVW
                                                                      $20,000 of debt. In this class, we will work on getting FREE        Sec. 91          7- 9 p.m.              ---W---      AC TBA
  L. Wilburn                                 01/12/10-03/18/10        money to pay for your college education. You will complete an         T. Snyder                                02/10/10-02/10/10
                                                                      application for financial aid as well as the OSAC Scholarship
REC7TC Tai Chi Bagua Qi Qong                                $59       application. You will learn how to write outstanding scholarship    HOM4KF Beginning Knitting                                      $72
Learn breathing techniques that improve stamina and blood             essays and how to conduct effective scholarship searches that
flow, which will supply oxygen to the brain and heart.                                                                                    Your family and friends will enjoy your hand knitted original
                                                                      will result in the best possible outcome: lots of money for a       scarves, shawls and hats. This class shows how to select natural
Sec. 91          4 - 4:50 p.m.         -M-----         FRVW           college education.                                                  or synthetic yarns, use knitting equipment, read patterns, and
  L. Wilburn                            01/11/10-03/15/10*            Sec. 91          10:30 a.m. - Noon ------S             AC TBA       knit a variety of decorative stitches. More advanced knitters will
*No class on January 18.                                               C. Parish                                 01/16/10-02/13/10        have challenging projects. Instructor will hand out supplies list
                                                                                                                                          first class. Fee includes some supplies.
                                                                      Check Web site for more financial classes.
                                                                                                                                          Sec. 91         6 - 8 p.m.               --T----     AC 2501
                                                                                                                                          M. Rees                                     01/12/10-03/02/10

 For driving directions and maps to all MHCC locations visit                                                                                              Mt. Hood Community College       37
                                                                                                  LAN4PS        Introduction to Public Speaking                $48        Sec. 92        6:30- 9 p.m.                -M-----     DD TBA
                                           INDUSTRIAL ART                                         Since ancient Greece, public speaking has been a vital part              I. Almada                                   01/11/10-03/15/10
                      TRD4AG         Acoustic Guitar Construction                     $145        of society. Addressing an audience is not just for the select           *No class on Jan 18.
                                                                                                  few. Learn the craft for use in an endless array of personal or
                      Guitars are a magical synthesis of wood, metal, string and                  professional situations. This course will start you on the path to      Sec. 93           6:30- 9 p.m.            --T----     AC TBA
                      sound. Perhaps the most popular and versatile musical                       mastering your unique voice.                                             A. Long                                 60 01/12/10-03/16/10
                      instrument today. Learn traditional and contemporary guitar
                      making techniques from design to final setup and apply them                 Sec. 91          6 - 9 p.m.             --T----          AC TBA         Sec. 94           6 - 8:30 p.m.           ---W---     AC TBA
                      to your personal guitar. All skill levels are encouraged and                  E. Holmes                               02/09/10-03/02/10              R. Garcia                               60 01/13/10-03/17/10
                      welcome. Come build the guitar of your dreams.
                                                                                                  LAN4RW        Resume Writing                                 $35
                      Sec. 91           6- 9 p.m.                ----R--      DDSOSHOP                                                                                    LAN5TR Italian for Travelers                             $68/$60
                                                                                                  Forty percent of Americans ages 18-35 will change jobs during
                        D. Biasca                                   01/14/10-03/18/10             their lifetime. Add in the recession, and this statistic leaps to 50-   Planning a trip to Italy? This class is perfect for those looking
                                                                                                  55 percent. How will you stack up against other applicants?             to learn basic expressions and comfortably move around the
                      *Students are responsible for their own supplies. Instructor will discuss                                                                           country. Language, culture and other travel tips provided to
                      these items on the first night of class.                                    Learn how to be competitive by developing a targeted,
                                                                                                  professional resume building strategy. Empower your economic            enhance any bon voyage!
                                                                                                  and employment future with this class.                                  Sec. 31         5:30 - 7:20 p.m.         ---W---        MAY TBA
                      TRD4W          Woodworking                                      $121
                      This course is designed for beginning to advanced woodworkers.              Sec. 91           6 - 7:30 p.m.          -----F-            AC TBA        B. Schmidt                                01/13/10-03/17/10
                      Learn to safely and successfully create projects from wood. All               Rasmussen                                  01/15/10-01/15/10
                      necessary tools and techniques will be demonstrated, with                   Sec. 92           6 - 7:30 p.m.          -M-----            AC TBA
                      additional instruction provided as you require it. There are no
                      required projects; however, projects will be recommended for
                                                                                                    Rasmussen                                02/08/10-02/08/10                                          MUSIC
                      beginners to increase their woodworking skills and use of tools             Sec. 93           6 - 7:30 p.m.          -----F-            AC TBA      MUS4G          Guitar for Beginners                               $64
                      and equipment. Advanced students will receive additional                      Rasmussen                                 03/19/10-03/19/10           Dust off your steel or nylon stringed guitar and learn how to
                      instruction as needed.                                                                                                                              play. Learn how to read sheet music and rhythm charts, chords
                                                                                                  LAN5FR        Let’s Learn French                             $68
non-credit classes

                      Sec. 92          5:35 - 8 p.m.           ---W---   DDSOSHOP                                                                                         and scales, lead and rhythm guitar. Varying styles will be
                                                                                                  If you have never taken French before, this class is for you.           covered - classical, folk, blues, rock, and jazz.
                        R. Kreisman                               01/13/10-03/17/10               In a fun, positive and interactive format, this class introduces
                                                                                                  beginners to the fundamentals of the French language and                Sec. 91         5:45- 7:05 p.m.           ---W---       WMOR
                                                                                                  culture. Soon you will be able to say useful everyday phrases            B. Cook                                     01/13/10-03/17/10
                                               LANGUAGE                                           like s’il vous plait, merci!                                            *Held at Walt Morey Middle School
                                                                                                  Sec. 31           5:30 - 7:20 p.m.     ---W---        MAY TBA
                      LAN4IA         Introduction to Argumentation                     $48                                                                                2801 SW Lucas, Troutdale. This section is for Level 2 students.
                                                                                                    STAFF                                   01/13/10-03/17/10
                      With an abundance of media outlets, people have more                                                                                                Sect. 92           7:20- 8:40 p.m.         ---W---       WMOR
                      opportunities than ever to make a statement. But how do you                 *No class on Jan 18.
                                                                                                                                                                           B. Cook                                      01/13/10-03/17/10
                      make a statement that is clear, concise and logical? This course            LAN5MC        Mandarin Chinese for Beginners                 $82
                      will teach you how to effectively write logical arguments for                                                                                       *This section is for Level 1 students.
                                                                                                  Intimidated about learning Chinese? You won’t be after taking
                      your blog or to submit to newspapers and magazines.                         this easy introduction to basic Mandarin Chinese for the
                      Sec. 91       6 - 9 p.m.                --T---- AC          TBA             absolute beginner! In a fun, relaxed atmosphere you will learn
                      E. Holmes                                  01/12/10-02/02/10                to hear, pronounce and speak basic words and sentences - plus                              PERSONAL SAFETY
                                                                                                  learn a little calligraphy! Many cultural fundamentals will be
                                                                                                  included helping you better understand this wonderful country           GUN4CH Concealed Handgun Permit Class                             $42
                      LAN4MM Writing Your Memoirs                                      $42                                                                                This one evening class is designed to satisfy all requirements to
                                                                                                  and people.
                      Create the perfect gift for your family, friends or even yourself!                                                                                  obtain an Oregon Concealed Handgun Permit. This class will
                      A record of your life and experiences expressed with your                   Sec. 91          6:30- 9 p.m.          --T----     AC 2756              cover safety and responsibility of firearm ownership as well as
                      personal style. Longtime, well respected instructor helps you                 R. Coleman                              01/12/10-03/16/10             how to obtain a Concealed Handgun Permit, where the permit
                      weave the fabric of your life into a story for future generations                                                                                   is valid and use of deadly force as described in ORS (Oregon
                      to read and cherish.                                                        LAN5S       Learn Spanish Gently                             $82
                                                                                                                                                                          Revise Statues). All students who complete class as specified by
                      Sec. 91         1- 3 p.m.                ----R--     FAIRLAWN               A conversational course with a wealth of practical expressions.         instructor will receive a Certificate of Completion.
                                                                                                  Taught by an experienced instructor in a relaxed setting
                        Loisdotter                                01/14/10-03/18/10               designed to aid you in your career, travels, and intercultural          Sec. 91           6 - 9 p.m.              -M-----        AC TBA
                                                                                                  communication. Textbook is required.                                      S. Curtain                                01/25/10-01/25/10
                                                                                                  Sec. 91        6 - 8:30 p.m.          -M-----        AC TBA
                                                                                                   D. Arguello                             01/11/10-03/15/10
                                                                                                  *No class on Jan 18.

                     38   Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                                              For information or to register, call Community Ed at 503-491-7572.
                  PHOTOGRAPHY                                                                THEATRE                                       Bringing our classes
PHT4C     Take Control of your Canon                      $62      THE4ST        Introduction to Story Telling                  $24
          EOS Digital Camera
This class explains everything about your EOS digital camera.
You will learn in clear non-technical language how to use
                                                                   Do you want to enchant your children or grandchildren with an
                                                                   expertly told tall tale or to regale friends and family with a well
                                                                   spun yarn? If so, this is the class for you. Participants will learn
                                                                                                                                              closer to you!
every function on your camera. Canon lenses and flash units
will also be discussed. Only the following EOS digital cameras
are discussed: digital Rebels (300, XT and Xti), 10D, 20D, 30D
and 5D.
Sec. 91          9 a.m. - 5 p.m.        ------S       AC 1251
                                                                   about the art of story telling and will practice their story telling
                                                                   skills in class.
                                                                   Sec. 91
                                                                     E. Holmes
                                                                                    6- 9 p.m.                -M-----          AC TBA
                                                                                                                 01/11/10-01/11/10            gourmet
 D. Green
Sec. 92
 D. Green

                 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
                                        ------S AC       1251

          Introduction to Digital Photography
Want to go digital but don’t know where to start? This class
covers the basics of digital photography. We discuss types
of media cards, printers, scanners, camera features, white
balance, image quality and resolution plus a Photoshop
                                                                   LAN7SP Short Story Writing and Publication
                                                                   Learn the art of story writing from an experienced language
                                                                   arts teacher in a relaxed supportive environment. Curriculum
                                                                   includes visual, audio and kinesthetic techniques for

                                                                   brainstorming ideas, story mapping and plotting, point of view,
                                                                   characterization, the power of description, the writer’s voice,
                                                                   formatting, query writing and exploring options for publication.
                                                                                                                                              cookingwith local
demonstration. This class will help you determine what features/
equipment you need.
                                                                   Sec. 91         6 - 9 p.m.             ---W---        AC TBA                   profeSSional chefS
                                                                     L. Bennett                              01/13/10-03/17/10                    For more info, visit
Sec. 91        6 -10 p.m.               --T----         AC TBA
 D. Green                                   01/19/10-01/19/10      LAN8PP        Novel Writing Early Techniques                 $68
PHT4NC Take Control of your Nikon Digital                 $62
                                                                   Develop your writing skills and learn techniques necessary                       David Douglas High School
                                                                   to begin your novel in a relaxed environment. Professional
       SLR Camera                                                  instruction includes lectures and assignments. Recommended                               1500 SE 130th, Portland
This class explains everything about your Nikon digital SLR        prerequisite to LAN8QQ. Instructor is a multi-published author.
camera. You will learn in clear, non-technical language how
to use your camera functions as well as lenses and flash units.
                                                                   Sec. 31          6 - 8:30 p.m.        -M-----        MAY 219                            Centennial High School
                                                                     C. Hiday                               01/11/10-03/15/10
Only the following Nikon digital cameras are discussed: D20,                                                                                                3505 SE 182nd, Gresham
D50, D70S, D80 and D200.                                           *No class on January 18.
Sec. 91        9 a.m. - 5 p.m.        ------S      AC 1251
  D. Green                               01/23/10-01/23/10
                                                                   LAN8QQ Professional Novel and                                $68
                                                                          Memoir Writing
PHT4UC Understanding Composition in                       $39      Provides a basic framework and experience for writing both
       Photography                                                 fiction and nonfiction. Develop and complete your book-length
Proper composition is the key that allows your viewer to           project through professional critiques and peer review in this
appreciate your photos. This four-hour course covers beginning     comfortable, friendly atmosphere.
and intermediate compostion techniques to improve the impact        Sec. 31      6 - 8:30 p.m.             ---W---      MAY 219
of your photos. Learn how to use compositional techniques such        C. Hiday                                01/13/10-03/17/10
as compositional formats, placement, shape, lines, texture and
color to compose your scene.
Sec. 91         6 -10 p.m.             --T----        AC TBA                                                                              “Partnerve
                                                                                                                                             to s
  D. Green                                 01/26/10-01/26/10                                                                                    our y”

 For driving directions and maps to all MHCC locations visit                                                                                     Mt. Hood Community College   39
                     community SkillS center                               Non-credit Classes at Maywood Park Campus
                          The Community Skills Center at                                             BUSINESS                                           DATA ENTRY / KEYBOARDING
                          the Maywood Park Campus offers                              To register for Maywood classes call 503-491-6100.                   To register for Maywood classes call 503-491-6100.

                          self-paced computer and office skills             GEN6FM         File Management Overview                      $70      GEN6DB          Data Entry Skill Building                 $105
                                                                            This hands-on course teaches an overview of file management           The course teaches data entry skills including: data entry by
                          classes designed to upgrade your                  skills in an easy-to-follow format. Time management and               touch, achieving accuracy, increased keystrokes per minute and
                          job skills.                                       organizational skills, records retention, filing rules and records
                                                                            storage will be covered. Emphasis is on storing electronic
                                                                                                                                                  appropriate data entry terminology. It addresses data entry skills
                                                                                                                                                  from different data sources including handwritten documents,
                                                                            documents and e-mail messages. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.   forms, computer printouts and electronic information.
                      •		 Open	seven	days	a	week.                           GEN7DQ          QuickBooks 2008                                $115   GEN6OB          Keyboarding Basics
                      •		 Register	and	begin	classes	at	any	time.           Basics of the personal computer and small business.                   Learn how to type without looking.
                      •		 Work	at	your	own	pace.                            GEN7GR          Basic Business Writing Technique               $85    GEN6OC          Keyboarding Skill Building
                      •		 Set	your	own	schedule	to	meet	requirements.       Review grammar and punctuation for effective writing.                 Increase speed / accuracy on the computer keyboard.
                      •		 Take	up	to	10	weeks	after	you	register	to	        GEN7OS          MS Office Business Simulation             $85         GEN6OD          Keyboarding Formatting                      $90
                          complete a course.                                Using MS Office Suite applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint,          This course is designed for the student who wants to take charge
                                                                            Access) this course is designed to instruct students in project-      of their personal typing needs. After the completion of this
                      •		 Instructors	are	available	to	help	guide	you	      based activities that simulate a work environment. Prerequisite:      course, a student should be able to format the most commonly
non-credit classes

                          through your course.                              Working knowledge of Windows and MS Office Suite.                     used letter, report, memo and table types encountered in the
                                                                                                                                                  classroom, business, or personal settings. Prerequisite: Ability
                                                                            GEN7RM Fundamentals of Record Management $85                          to keyboard by touch.
                      REGISTER                                              Course teaches an overview of records management rules and            GEN6OE          10-Keypad on the Computer
                      1. Register any time.                                 procedures commonly used in organizations today. It covers
                                                                                                                                                  This course teaches the student how to operate the computer
                                                                            topics in electronic records management as well as rules for
                      2. Purchase textbook and supplies in the Business                                                                           10-key pad by touch and how to perform electronic calculator
                                                                            retention of physical records.                                        functions on the 10-key pad, using the computer calculator
                         Office at the MHCC Maywood Park Campus.            GEN6DF         Proofreading at the Computer               $70         software program.
                      3. Pick up course materials at the Community          This hands-on course teaches basic proofreading skills such as:
                         Skills Center and start class.                     proofreading comparatively, proofreading in a team, checking                   DESKTOP PRESENTATIONS
                                                                            for consistency, using Word spelling and grammar check                         To register for Maywood classes call 503-491-6100.
                                                                            features and proofreading statistical information. Students will
                      COURSE FEES                                           work with letter, memos, reports, Intranet postings and other         GEN6yBC         Publisher Level I
                                                                            workplace documents. Cost. Prerequisite: Basic computer skills.       Provides a beginning foundation in desktop publishing for
                      (subject to change)                                                                                                         professional purposes and home computing.
                      $85 plus cost of textbook unless otherwise stated.                                                                          GEN6yBD         Publisher Level II
                                                                                                                                                  Designed for the student with some Publisher experience
                     community SkillS center hourS:                                                DATABASES                                      who is interested in using Publisher as a complete application
                                                                                      To register for Maywood classes call 503-491-6100.          for small business. Prerequisite: Publisher - Level I or consent
                     Monday, Wednesday                 Saturday                                                                                   of instructor.
                                                                            GEN6ZAA          Access 2007 Level I
                     10 a.m. – 7 p.m.                  9 a.m. – 1 p.m.      Learn basic operations of a database, using Access 2007.              GEN6ZPA         PowerPoint 2007 Level I
                     Tuesday, Thursday                 Sunday                                                                                     This basic hands-on course teaches the basic components
                                                                            GEN6ZAB          Access 2007 Level II                                 of PowerPoint 2007. The student will create, edit and deliver
                     10 a.m. – 9 p.m.                  Noon – 4 p.m.        This hands-on course provides the student with competency             graphic presentations to work with text, templates and clip art
                                                                            to use more advanced database features in Access 2007,                to create a simple presentation. Prerequisite: Basic knowledge
                     Friday                                      22         including reports and macros. Prerequisite: Access Level I or
                                              Phone: 503- 491- 61
                                                                                                                                                  of Microsoft Windows.
                     10 a.m. – 5 p.m.                                       consent of instructor.

                     40   Winter 2010 Class Schedule
GEN6ZPB          PowerPoint 2007 Level II                         GEN6YOC         Microsoft Office Essentials Plus      $160                Excel 2007. The student will build skills by using financial functions
This hands-on course teaches more complex components               This course is a continuation of Microsoft Office Essentials             to create data tables and amortization schedules, by creating
of PowerPoint 2007. The student will use embedding and             (GEN6YOA or GEN6YOB). Projects include: working with                     and sorting databases, and by using and creating templates.
customized features to prepare presentations. Prerequisite:        Word tables and creating a research paper; using Excel                   Prerequisite: Excel 2007 - Level I or consent of instructor.
PowerPoint - Level I or consent of instructor.                     formulas, functions and formatting charts; creating more
                                                                   advanced queries in Access; and using the outline tab and                      NON-CREDIT, INSTRUCTOR LED
                                                                   clip art to enhance PowerPoint presentations. Prerequisite:
                     THE INTERNET                                  Microsoft Office Essentials or introductory knowledge of
                                                                                                                                                       To register for Maywood classes call 503-491-6100.
          To register for Maywood classes call 503-491-6100.       Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel,                   GEN6yOB Microsoft Essentials with Keyboarding $175
                                                                   Microsoft Access and Microsoft PowerPoint.                                                8 - 10:00 a.m.            -MTWRF-     MAY 116
GEN6CIA          Introduction to the Internet and E-mailing
                                                                                                                                            P. Wells                                      2/8/10 - 2/26/10
This course teaches the student the skills required to access
and navigate the Internet and World Wide Web. Students                            WORD PROCESSING
will learn the important features of Web-based e-mail, how to
                                                                             To register for Maywood classes call 503-491-6100.

                                                                                                                                                        Trips &
locate Web sites, shop safely online, find data and search the
Web for specific information. Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of    GEN6ZWA           Word 2007 Level I
Windows XP.                                                        This course provides an introduction to MS Word 2007.
                                                                   Topics include creating, saving and printing documents and
GEN6HTM          HTML Basics

                                                                   saving documents as Web pages. Projects include creating an
Learn HTML basics for creating your own Web pages.                 announcement, creating a research paper, creating a business
                                                                   letter and resume and creating Web pages. Prerequisite: Basic
                  MEDICAL OFFICE                                   knowledge of Microsoft Windows.
          To register for Maywood classes call 503-491-6100.      GEN6ZWB           Word 2007 Level II                                           MHCC Community Education department
MO16S        Medical Vocabulary                          $97       This hands-on course explores the essentials of the more                      presents tours to these destinations:
                                                                   advanced concepts and features of Word 2007 including
This non-credit self-paced course teaches the basic elements of
medical words (prefixes, words, roots and suffixes). Medical
                                                                   tables, charts, watermarks, letters, labels, envelopes, newsletters           •	Croatia’s Riviera,
                                                                   and mail merge. Prerequisite: Word - Level I or consent of instructor.          departing March 2010
abbreviations are studied so the student is able to analyze,
define and build medical terms that are most commonly used        GEN6ZWC           Word 2007 Level III                                          •	Trains of the Colorado Rockies,
within the clinic / hospital environment.                          Designed for individuals who need to do word processing                         departing August 2010.
                                                                   using advanced features of Word 2007.                                         •	Sunny Portugal,
       INTRODUCTORY PC CLASSES                                                                                                                     departing November 2010.
          To register for Maywood classes call 503-491-6100.                             PHOTOSHOP
                                                                             To register for Maywood classes call 503-491-6100.                        Attend an informational slide show
GEN6BE           Beginning Computer for ESL
 This beginning computer course takes students through the        GEN6PH          Fundamentals of Photoshop               $115                                Monday, March 8, 2010
basics of effectively using a computer to perform basic tasks.     This course teaches the fundamentals of manipulating pictures                        1:30 p.m., Conference Room AC 1152,
In this course you will be introduced to beginning level skills    in Adobe Photoshop including layer, creating text and using                             on MHCC’s Gresham Campus.
and using computers that run Windows XP, as well as basic          Photoshop tools.
documents, internet and email. Prerequisite: Low-intermediate
ESL reading proficiency.                                                               SPREADSHEETS
GEN6WXP          Beginning Windows XP                                        To register for Maywood classes call 503-491-6100.
Learn the basics of Windows XP.
                                                                  GEN6ZEA           Excel 2007 Level I
GEN6YOA          Microsoft Office Essentials             $115      This hands-on course explores the concepts and features of
Learn the basics of Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint & Windows.     spreadsheets using Excel 2007. The student will build a basic
GEN6yOB          Microsoft Office Essentials                       spreadsheet; create an embedded chart; and use formulas,
                                                                   functions, formatting and Web queries. Prerequisite: Basic
                 with Keyboarding                      $175        knowledge of Microsoft Windows.
Learn the basics of Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint, Windows
and Keyboarding.                                                  GEN6ZEB         Excel 2007 Level II
                                                                   Course explores the essentials of the more advanced concepts
                                                                   and features needed to build a semi-complex worksheet using

                                                                                                                                                        Call 503-491-7571 for more information.

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                     non-credit online claSSeS                                     Some of the Most Popular Listings
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non-credit classes

                                                                                                                                                      LSAT Preparation
                                                                                      Growing Plants for Fun and Profit
                          Go to
                                                                                      Publish It Yourself: How to Start and Operate Your Own
                                                                                      Publishing Business                                                        DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
                      COURSE SECTIONS                                                 Start Your Own Consulting Practice                              Discover Digital Photography
                      A new section of each online class will begin on                Start and Operate Your Own Home-Based Business                  Making Movies with Windows XP
                      Jan. 20, Feb. 17, and March 17.                                 Creating a Successful Business Plan                             Photographing Nature with Your Digital Camera
                                                                                      Starting a Nonprofit                                            Making Movies with Windows Vista
                      Each course consists of 12 two-hour sessions,                   Introduction to Nonprofit Management
                      provided twice weekly, over a six-week period.                  Marketing Your Nonprofit
                      The lessons are supplemented by interactive
                                                                                      Get Grants!                                                                     ENTERTAINMENT
                      quizzes, tutorials and online discussion via
                                                                                      A to Z Grantwriting                                             Music Made Easy
                      the Web.
                                                                                      Writing Effective Grant Proposals                               Drawing for the Absolute Beginner

                                                                                                         CAREER IDEAS                                              FAMILY AND FRIENDS
                                                                                      Become a Veterinary Assistant
                                                                                                                                                      Luscious, Low-Fat, Lightning-Quick Meals
                                                                                      Real Estate Investing
                                                                                                                                                      Genealogy Basics
                                                                                      Get Paid to Travel
                                                                                                                                                      Assisting Aging Parents
                                                                                      Introduction to Criminal Law
                                                                                                                                                      Ready, Set, Read!
                                                          Legal Nurse Consulting
                                                                                      Paralegal Preparation 1
                                                                                                                                                      Enhancing Language Development in Childhood
                                                                                                                                                      Understanding Adolescents
                                                                                      Become an Optical Assistant
                        503-491-7571                                                  Listen to Your Heart, and Success Will Follow
                                                                                      Grammar Refresher
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                                                                                      Twelve Steps to a Successful Job Search

                     42    Winter 2010 Class Schedule                                                                                      For detailed class listings visit
                                                           Praxis | Preparation                             Performing Payroll in QuickBooks 2009
                    LANGUAGES                              Singapore Math: Number Sense and Computational   Introduction to Photoshop
Speed Spanish I and II                                     Strategies                                       Intermediate Photoshop CS3
Instant Italian                                            Spanish for the Classroom                        Introduction to Adobe InDesign CS3
Beginning Braille Transcription                                                                             Introduction to Microsoft Visio
Grammar for ESL                                                                     WRITING
Writing for ESL
                                                           Writeriffic: Creativity Training for Writers             COMPUTER PROGRAMMING
Conversational Japanese                                                                                     Introduction to C++ Programming
                                                           Grammar Refresher
                                                           The Keys to Effective Editing                    Introduction to C# Programming
               PERSONAL FINANCE                            Write Your Life Story                            Intermediate C# Programming
Real Estate Investing                                      Write Fiction Like a Pro                         Introduction Visual Basic 2005
Debt Elimination Techniques That Work                      The Craft of Magazine Writing                    Introduction to SQL
Where Does All My Money Go?                                Beginner’s Guide to Getting Published
Personal Finance                                           Fundamentals of Technical Writing                             WEB PROGRAMMING
Introduction to Stock Options                              Effective Business Writing                       Introduction to Java Programming
Keys to Successful Money Management                        Mystery Writing                                  Introduction to CSS and XHTML
Introduction to Microsoft Excel                            Writing for Children                             Introduction to Perl Programming
                                                           Travel Writing                                   High-Speed Project Management
                    HEALTH CARE                            Beginning Writer’s Workshop                      Introduction to ASP.NET
                                                                                                            Introduction to PHP and MySQL
Become a Physical Therapy Aide

                                                                                                                                                                              non-credit classes
Become an Optical Assistant                                          BASIC COMPUTER LITERACY
Medical Terminology: A Word Association Approach
                                                                                                                               WEB DESIGN
Medical Transcription                                                                                       Intermediate Dreamweaver
                                                           Introduction to Windows Vista
Human Anatomy and Physiology                                                                                Creating Web Pages II
                                                           Introduction to the Internet
Become a Veterinary Assistant                                                                               Creating a Classroom Web Site
                                                           Introduction to Windows XP
                                                                                                            Introduction to Dreamweaver
Handling Medical Emergencies                               Introduction to Linux
                                                                                                            Introduction to Microsoft FrontPage
Certificate in End of Life Care                            Computer Skills for the Workplace                Designing Effective Websites
Certificate in Gerontology
                                                                                                            Achieving Top Search Engine Positions
Introduction to Natural Health and Healing
                                                                      COMPUTER APPLICATIONS                 Creating Web Graphics with Photoshop CS3
                                                           Introduction to Microsoft Word
                      TEACHING                             Intermediate or Advanced Microsoft Word            NETWORKING / TROUBLESHOOTING
Creating K-12 Learning Materials                           Introduction to Microsoft Access                 Introduction to PC Troubleshooting
Practical Ideas for the Adult ESL/EFL Classroom            Intermediate Microsoft Access                    Introduction to Networking
Singapore Math Strategies: Model Drawing for Grades 1-6    Intermediate Microsoft Access 2007               Intermediate Networking
Solving Classroom Discipline Problems                      Introduction to Microsoft Excel                  Wireless Networking
Survival Kit for New Teachers                              Intermediate or Advanced Microsoft Excel         Introduction to PC Security
Microsoft PowerPoint in the Classroom                      Introduction to PowerPoint
Integrating Technology in the Classroom
Response to Intervention: Reading Strategies That Work
                                                           Introduction to Microsoft Publisher                            CERTIFICATION PREP
                                                           Introduction to Microsoft Outlook
Working Successfully With Learning Disabled Students                                                        Basic CompTIA® A+ Certification Prep
                                                           Introduction to Microsoft Project
Creating the Inclusive Classroom: Strategies for Success                                                    CompTIA® Security+ Certification Prep
                                                           Design Projects for Adobe Illustrator
Ready, Set, Read!                                                                                           CompTIA® Network+ Certification Prep
                                                           Introduction to Illustrator CS3
Teaching ESL/EFL Reading
                                                           Introduction to QuickBooks
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                      non-credit online career training
                                                                                                                                          CORE Mediation Certificate                     $1595
                            Mt. Hood Community College, in                              HEALTHCARE AND FITNESS                            Entrepreneurship: Start-Up and
                            partnership with Gatlin Education                  Advanced Coding for the Physician’s Office         $1395     Business Owner Management                    $2095
                                                                               Administrative Medical Specialist with
                            Services, offers online training programs            Medical Billing and Coding+Medical Terminology   $2295
                                                                                                                                          Fitness Business Management                    $2395
                                                                                                                                          Freight Broker/Agent Training                  $1695
                            for many in-demand occupations.                    Advanced Hospital Coding and CCS Prep              $1695
                                                                                                                                          Grant Writing                                  $2095
                            Professionals from each respective                 Advanced Personal Fitness Trainer                  $2795
                                                                                                                                          Help Desk Analyst: Tier 1 Support Specialist   $1495
                            field provide effective, up-to-date Web-           Clinical Dental Assistant                          $1995
                                                                                                                                          Management for IT Professionals                $2095
                                                                               Emergency Management Training for
                            based instruction.                                   First Responders                                 $1995   Management Training                            $2095
                                                                               Fitness Business Management                        $2395   Microsoft Access 2007                           $595
                          •		 Enroll	and	begin	study	at	any	time.	             HIPAA Compliance                                    $599   Microsoft Certified Application Specialist
                                                                               ICD-10 Medical Coding: Preparation                           Training (MCAS)                              $1895
                          •		 Programs	can	be	completed	generally	in                                                                      Microsoft Excel 2007                            $595
                                                                                 and Instruction for Implementation               $1595
                              less than six months.                            Medical Billing and Coding                         $1595   Microsoft Office Specialist 2003 (MOS)         $1595
                          •		 Each	program	includes	everything	needed          Medical Billing and Coding+                                Microsoft Outlook 2007                          $595
                                                                                 Medical Terminology                              $1895   Microsoft PowerPoint 2007                       $595
                              to succeed including books, lessons, quizzes
non-credit classes

                                                                               Medical Terminology                                 $595   Microsoft Windows Vista                         $595
                              and assignments.                                                                                            Microsoft Word 2007                             $595
                                                                               Medical Transcription                              $1595
                          •	 Instructors	/	mentors	are	available	to	respond	   Medical Transcription+Medical Terminology          $1895   Non-Profit Management                          $2095
                             to any questions or concerns, as well as          Nutrition for Optimal Health, Wellness,                    Paralegal                                      $1795
                             encourage and motivate you to succeed.              and Sports                                       $2395   Pay Per Click Marketing                        $1395
                                                                               Personal Fitness Trainer                           $2095   Personal Financial Planning                    $1395
                                                                               Personal Training and Group Exercise                       Purchasing & Supply Chain Management           $2095
                          TO REGISTER:
                                                                                 Training for Older Adults                        $2395   Search Engine Marketing                        $1795
                          Go to                            Pharmacy Technician                                $1995   Search Engine Optimization                     $1395
                                                                               Veterinary Assistant                               $1795   Technical Writing                              $1595
                      PROGRAM                                                  Women’s Exercise Training and Wellness             $2395   Travel Agent Training                          $1595
                      Each program includes a set of lessons and                                                                          Understanding Earned Value Management          $1295
                      evaluations; grades are a combination of the                   BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL
                      instructor’s evaluation of students’ work and            Administrative Professional with Microsoft                      IT AND SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT
                      computer graded tests. Gatlin Education Services          Certified Application Specialist Training         $1995   Administrative Professional with Microsoft
                      provides quality as well as the convenience of           Administrative Professional with Microsoft                  Certified Application Specialist Training     $1995
                                                                                Office Specialist                                 $1995   Administrative Professional with Microsoft
                      anytime, anywhere learning!
                                                                               Bookkeeping the Easy Way with QuickBooks           $1695    Office Specialist                             $1995
                                                                               Building Analyst Quick Start Program                       AutoCAD 2007                                   $1795

                                                                                (BPI BA Certification)                            $1195   AutoCAD 2009                                   $1995
                                                                               Certified Bookkeeper                               $1795   Cisco® CCNA® Authorized
                                                                               Certified Green Supply Chain Professional          $1595    Certification Training                        $1995
                        503-491-7572                                           Certified Wedding Planner
                                                                               Chartered Tax Professional
                                                                                                                                          CompTIA™ A+ Certification Training             $1695

                     44    Winter 2010 Class Schedule
 CompTIA™ Network+/Server+
   Certification Training                          $1495
                                                           Technical Writing
                                                           Understanding Earned Value Management
                                                                                                           $1295   Bringing our classes
 CompTIA™ Security+ Certification Training         $1695   Women’s Exercise Training and Wellness          $2395
 Forensic Computer Examiner
 Help Desk Analyst: Tier 1 Support Specialist
                                                   $1495                MEDIA AND DESIGN
                                                                                                                      closer to you!
 Microsoft Access 2007                              $595
                                                           Business Marketing Design                       $5595
 Microsoft Certified Desktop Support
                                                           Digital Arts Certificate                        $5595
   Technician (MCDST)                              $1795
                                                           Event Management and Design                     $1895
 Microsoft Certified System Administrator
                                                           Fine Arts Training                              $4495
   2003 (MCSA)                                     $2495
                                                           Graphic Design with Photoshop CS3               $1795
 Microsoft Certified System Administrator
                                                           Interior Design                                 $2295
   Plus 2003 (MCSA+)                               $2195
                                                           Multimedia Design Certificate                   $5595
 Microsoft Certified System Engineer
                                                           Video Game Art                                  $5595
   2003 (MCSE)                                     $3295
                                                           Video Game Design and Development               $1995
 Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist:
                                                           Web Database Developer                          $2195
   SQL Server 2005 (MCTS)                          $3095
 Microsoft Excel 2007
 Microsoft MCAS: Office 2007 and Windows Vista $1895
 Microsoft Office 2007 Master

                                                           Website Design

                                                                   HOSPITALITY AND GAMING
                                                                                                                                   belly dance
 Microsoft Outlook 2007                             $595                                                                         *

                                                                                                                                                                            non-credit classes
 Microsoft PowerPoint 2007                          $595   Casino Baccarat Dealer                          $1195
 Microsoft Vista Business
 Microsoft Word 2007
                                                           Casino Blackjack Dealer
                                                           Casino Poker Dealer
                                                                                                                            * flamenco dance
.NET Training
 Pay Per Click Marketing
                                                           Video Game Art
                                                           Video Game Design and Development
                                                                                                                               * tap dance
 RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) on the Web™ $2495
 Search Engine Marketing
 Search Engine Optimization
 Web Database Developer
                                                               SKILLED TRADES AND INDUSTRIAL
                                                           Building Analyst Quick Start Program
                                                             (BPI BA Certification)                        $1195
                                                                                                                            pilate and
 Webmaster                                         $1795
                                                           Certified Green Supply Chain Professional       $1595            *             S
                                                           Chemical Plant Operations                       $2595
    MANAGEMENT AND CORPORATE                               Freight Broker/Agent Training                   $1695                       * tai chi
Alternative Dispute Resolution Certificate
  CORE Mediation Certificate
                                                           Home Inspection Certificate
                                                           HVAC Technician
                                                                                                           $3095       * tai chi bagua qi qong
Entrepreneurship: Start-Up and Business                    Modern Automotive Service Technician            $2695
  Owner Management                               $2095     Oil Refinery Operations                         $2595
Grant Writing                                    $2095     Paper Mill Operations                           $2595     “Partnerve
                                                                                                                        to s
Management for IT Professionals                  $2095     Performing Comprehensive Building Assessments    $695           our y”
Management Training                              $2095     Power Plant Operations                          $2595       commu
Non-Profit Management                            $2095     Principles of Green Buildings                    $595
Purchasing & Supply Chain Management             $2095     Pulp Mill Operations                            $2595
Revenue Cycle Management for                               Senior Certified Sustainability Professional    $2495    Fairview Community Center
 Health Care Providers                            $795
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                         S  mall buSineSS development center
                                                                                                                                                      Developing Financial Projections for Startups
                                            The Mt. Hood Community                      SEMINARS AND WORKSHOPS                                        Learn how to calculate the financial feasibility of a new business
                                                                                                     To register call 503-491-7658.
                                               College Small Business                                                                                 plan. Hands-on development of income and expense projections
                                                                                                                                                      as well as uses of profits for reserves, taxes, debt reduction and
                                                Development Center               Going into Business: Start Smart!                                    owner draws. Includes preliminary work on development of a
                                                 (BizCenter) is part of the      Get your start-up questions answered here! This seminar is           startup balance sheet.
                                                 Oregon Small Business           a must if you have a business idea or just opened your doors
                                                                                                                                                            Date: 2/10
                                                 Development Center              but still have questions. What should you know before getting
                                                                                 started? Topics to be covered:                                             Time: 9 a.m. – noon
                                                Network. We serve                                                                                           Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.
                                               new and established                 •	 Deciding	on	and	registering	your	business	name.
                                                                                   •	 How	to	structure	your	business:	sole	proprietorship,		   	
                       businesses by providing:                 partnership, LLC, S corp., C corp.                              your Business Profits and your Personal Financial Needs
                                                                                   •	 State	and	local	licensing	and	permit	requirements,		     	      Make sure your business profits are sufficient for your personal
                                                                                      Federal ID number.                                              budget and that your business serves your life! Prior to the class,
                           •		Practical,	affordable	training.                      •	 Taxes–keeping	records	and	filing.	                              develop a complete list of all your personal household expenses,
                                                                                                                                                      including debt payments. Workshop includes a spreadsheet for
                           •	 Confidential	business	counseling	                    •	 When	will	the	money	roll	in?	A	quick	exercise
                                                                                                                                                      on-going review as your business or personal circumstances
                                                                                      to determine the profitability of your idea.
                              at no charge.                                        •	 Setting	and	attaining	your	business	goals.	                     change. Put the information into action!
                           •	 Information	and	referral	services.
non-credit classes

                                                                                   •	 How	to	get	people	to	buy	your	product	or	service.	                    Date: 3/10
                           •	 Access	to	small	business	resources.                  •	 Other	free	and	low-cost	business	assistance	                          Time: 9 a.m. – noon
                                                                                      programs available.
                                                                                                                                                            Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.
                          TO REGISTER:                                           Attendees are saying:      “Excellent class! Well taught”
                         Call 503-491-7658 or e-mail us at                              “A good starting point -Thank you!          Simple Start: Introduction to Basic Bookkeeping Software
                         Register for the class a minimum of 72 hours before                                                                          Includes FREE software. Learn how to set up and work in a
                         the start date.                                               Dates:   1/7 or 1/29, or **2/18, or 3/5 or 3/18
                                                                                       Time:    1/7, 2/18 or 3/18, 6 – 9 p.m.                         simple bookkeeping software system. This is for businesses with
                                                                                                                                                      simple structures, and should be used as a launching point into a
                          LOCATION:                                                    Time:    1/29 or *3/5, 9 a.m. – noon                           fuller, more complex system within a year.
                         All classes are held at the MHCC Small Business               Fee:     $45, Class limited to 22 participants.
                                                                                      * Location: MHCC Maywood Campus,                                      Date: 1/7 or 2/18 or 3/11
                         Development Center located at 323 NE Roberts                  10100 NE Prescott, Portland, Or 97220                                Time: 9 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.
                         in downtown Gresham (unless noted).                           Room:144. ** Room 143                                                Fee: $25, class limited to 12 participants.
                         TO CANCEL:
                         Call 503-491-7658 or e-mail us at     Projecting Startup Costs for a New Business                          QuickBooks Bootcamp™ 1:
                         Cancellations 72 hours or more prior to seminar will    Learn how to identify initial costs to open your new business and    Getting Started with QuickBooks
                         be given a 100 percent refund.                          how to find funding for them. Session includes tips and strategies    — Two-day Hands-On Training in QuickBooks
                                                                                 for researching such costs as space, materials, equipment,
                         No refunds for cancellations within 72 hours            professional fees and more.
                                                                                                                                                      New to QuickBooks or have little bookkeeping experience? This
                         of seminar.                                                                                                                  is the workshop to get you started in correctly using the best
                                                                                       Date: 1/6                                                      selling accounting software. Learn to navigate in QuickBooks,
                         IMAGINE! A successful business that serves your life.                                                                        enter your sales and pay your bills.
                                                                                       Time: 9 a.m. – noon
                                   Let us show you the way. ™
                                                                                       Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.                          Date: 1/19 and 1/21 or 2/23 and 2/25 or 3/23
                                                                                                                                                                  and 3/25
                                                                                                                                 Time: 9 a.m. – noon
                                                                                                                                                            Fee: $129, class limited to 12 participants.

                     46    Winter 2010 Class Schedule
QuickBooks Bootcamp™ 2:
Making QuickBooks work for you
                                                                         Payroll Processing Options with QuickBooks Pro
                                                                         This workshop is designed to help you evaluate the right kind
                                                                                                                                                      Small buSineSS
— Two-day Hands-On Training in QuickBooks
Create and customize a company in QuickBooks. Discover
                                                                         and level of payroll processing you want for your business,
                                                                         including outsourcing. Learn about various levels of payroll
                                                                                                                                                      incubation program ( SBI)
QuickBooks’ built-in features that help you better understand            management within QuickBooks and/or with QuickBooks add-                      Start or grow your business with the help of our Small Business
your financial data to make better management decisions. For             on services. Maximize the timeliness and availability of real                 Development Center (SBDC) advisers and administrative staff.
people who have completed QuickBooks Bootcamp 1 or who                   payroll data in your accounting.                                              The Small Business Incubation (SBI) program offers new busi-
have bookkeeping experience.                                                                                                                           nesses the opportunity to operate in a professional setting.
                                                                                Date: 3/3
       Date: 1/26 and 1/28 or 3/2 and 3/4 or 3/30 and 4/1                       Time: 9 a.m. – noon                                                    These services are available for businesses in the SBI program:
       Time: 9 a.m. – noon                                                      Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.                                   Office space (eight hours / week).*
       Fee: $129, class limited to 12 participants.                                                                                                           Conference room.
                  Save $29 by signing up for both                        Mastering Financial Statements
              QuickBooks Bootcamp 1 and 2 for $229                                                                                                            Individual business counseling.
                                                                         Learn how to generate the profit and loss, balance sheet and                         Workshops and training.
QuickBooks Bootcamp 1 and 2 are loaded with bookkeeping tips             cash flow financial reports that best reveal information you                         Office equipment: copy, printer and fax.
and techniques. In each workshop, students will use QuickBooks           need to run your business well.
2010 on our computers. Training is done using a sample company
and includes a free, individual follow-up session with the instructor.          Date: 1/20
                                                                                Time: 9 a.m. – noon                                                       Program fee: $225 per month.
Introduction to Bookkeeping for Small Business                                  Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.                               To register or for more information,
Get a big picture overview of the essential features of a good                                                                                            call 503-491-7658 or e-mail
bookkeeping structure and processing guidelines. Learn about             Measuring Financial Performance in Small Business                               *Office hours availability based on College schedule.
the management of money flowing in and out of your business,             Go into deeper analysis of your financial statements by using
including owner contributions and draws.                                 ratios and other special calculations on key elements in each of
       Date: 1/13
                                                                         the three main financial reports: profit and loss, balance sheet and
                                                                         cash flow. Develop a checklist of the top calculations you need to
                                                                                                                                                       Small buSineSS
       Time: 9 a.m. – noon
       Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.
                                                                         track on critical success factors in your business.
                                                                                Date: 2/24
                                                                                                                                                       management ( SBM)
                                                                                Time: 9 a.m. – noon                                                    The SBM program offers specialized training and business
Developing a Bookkeeping                                                                                                                               counseling to small businesses in the planning, start-up and
                                                                                Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.
System for your Business                                                                                                                               growing stages. SBM modules include:
This workshop is designed to develop your knowledge
about a sound, simple bookkeeping structure. You will learn              Cash Flow Mastery                                                             SBM-1: Provides the necessary tools for planning and operat-
processing tips and strategies including how to develop                  Tips and strategies to maximize the use of cash in the operation of your      ing a new business venture.
a calendar of tasks and deadlines to insure accuracy and                 business. Spreadsheet available for creating on-going “what-if” scenarios.
timeliness. Learn about system options: manual, spreadsheets                                                                                           SBM-2: Designed for businesses in operation for six months to
and bookkeeping software.                                                       Date: 3/24                                                             two years. Participants in this program will develop a plan to
                                                                                Time: 9 a.m. – noon                                                    grow their businesses to the next level.
       Date: 2/17                                                               Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.
       Time: 9 a.m. – noon                                                                                                                             SBM Modules Include:
       Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.                                                                                                            Planning and management
                                                                         Maximizing Inventory Management in QuickBooks Pro
                                                                         Learn when to use the full inventory items management
Understanding Bookkeeping Reports                                        functions of QuickBooks Pro and when to use non-inventory                            Finance
Learn how to read and understand the three main financial                items management. Learn how to set up items, groups and                              Management
statements of your business: profit and loss, balance sheet and          assemblies. Includes tips, strategies and flowcharts to help
a cash flow. Workshop uses sample company data.                          navigate the inventory management process                                     Program fee: $135 per module.
       Date: 3/17                                                               Date: 1/27                                                             To register or for more information,
       Time: 9 a.m. – noon                                                      Time: 9 a.m. – noon                                                    call 503-491-7658 or e-mail
       Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.                              Fee: $45, class limited to 12 participants.                            Counseling with an SBDC adviser is available
                                                                                                                                                       at no charge for all SBM participants.

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                          Business Plan Bootcamp™ Part I:                                       Business Plan Bootcamp™ Part III: Adding the                       Getting Your Message to Your Customers:
                          Arrive with an idea, leave with a plan                                Financial Projections and Marketing Spreadsheet                    Promoting Your Business
                          A hands-on session covering vision, mission, objectives, strategies   Final assembly of a business plan package including financial      This session concentrates on using the various media to deliver
                          and plans. You will leave the session with a start on a one-page      projections and marketing spreadsheet that support the             your unique message to your targeted audience. We will discuss
                          plan that gives you focus and clarity to write a business plan.       plan. Participants encouraged to take Developing Financial         the pros, cons and costs of: print (newspaper, magazine, direct
                          Includes personal assessment checklist for business owners.           Projections for Startups prior to this session.                    mail, yellow pages), electronic (TV and radio), interactive
                          Optional book with disc: The One-Page Business Plan available                                                                            (Internet, e-mail, social media).
                          for a fee.                                                                  Date: 3/16
                                                                                                                                                                         Other topics include:
                                                                                                      Time: 9 a.m. – noon                                               •	Good	and	bad	small	business	marketing	messages	
                                Date: 1/12                                                            Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.
                                Time: 9 a.m. – noon                                                                                                                       and images.
                                Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.                                                                                             •	SWOT	analysis	(Strengths,	Weaknesses,	
                                                                                                Business Plan Bootcamp™ Three Session Workshop                            Opportunities and Threats).
                                                                                                      Date: 1/12, 2/16 and 3/16                                         •	Public	relations	and	press	releases.
                          Business Plan Bootcamp™ Part II:                                                                                                              •	Structure	of	a	marketing	plan.	
                                                                                                      Time: 9 a.m. – noon
                          Building a business plan                                                                                                                      •	Measuring	success	by	marketing	plan	metrics	
                                                                                                      Fee: $135, class limited to 20 participants.
                          A hands-on session covering the basic structure for writing a                                                                                   (ROI and ROAS).
                          simple business plan for projecting one to three years out. Put
                          the information into action!                                                                                                                   Date: 3/4 or *4/1
                                                                                                Finding the Unique Value of your Product/Service:
                                                                                                                                                                         Time: 2 – 5 p.m.
                                Date: 2/16                                                      Your Marketing Message
                                                                                                                                                                         Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.
                                Time: 9 a.m. – noon                                             At the completion of this session, you’ll learn how to build a
                                                                                                                                                                         * Location: MHCC Maywood Campus,
                                Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.                     compelling and persuasive marketing message that is based on:
                                                                                                                                                                         10100 NE Prescott, Portland, Or 97220. Room:144
                                                                                                     •	Viable	market	position	for	your	business.
non-credit classes

                                                                                                     •	Consumer	and	buyer	insights.                                Effective Marketing in Today’s Environment
                                                                                                     •	Features	and	benefits	of	your	products	and	services.        Today’s business environment is technology based and
                                                                                                     •	How	to	differentiate	your	products	and	services.            customers who are not comfortable with technology may find it
                                                                                                                                                                   more difficult to relate to your marketing strategy.
                                                                                                      Date: 1/21
                                                                                                      Time: 2 – 5 p.m.                                             Explore alternative marketing practices to reach a larger group
                                                                                                      Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.                  of consumers.
                                                                                                                                                                         Date: 1/28
                                                                                                Identifying your Market and                                              Time: 2 – 5 p.m.
                                                                                                Defining Your Customers                                                  Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.
                                                                                                Upon completion of this session you’ll learn how to identify and
                                                                                                locate your target customers through:
                                                                                                                                                                   Profiling Your Ideal Customer
                                                                                                     •	Demographics	(census	data).	                                It is essential to understand whether focusing on new customers
                                                                                                     •	Psychographics	(lifestyle	data).                            is more profitable for the business than concentrating on
                                                                                                     •	Geographic	(location	data).                                 keeping current customers.

                                                                                                      Date: 2/11 or *2/25                                               •	Suspects,	prospects	and	finding	customers.
                                                                                                      Time: 2 – 5 p.m.                                                  •	Difference	between	“customer	centric”	
                                                                                                                                                                          and “customer service.”
                                                                                                      Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.
                                                                                                                                                                        •	Building	customer	loyalty	and	getting	your	
                                                                                                     *Location: MHCC Maywood Campus,                                      employees to help.
                                                                                                      10100 NE Prescott, Portland, Or 97220. Room:144
                                                                                                                                                                        •	Using	complaints	to	your	advantage.

                                                                                                                                                                         Date: 2/18
                                                                                                                                                                         Time: 2 – 5 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                         Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.

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Developing a Marketing Plan
and Making the Sale
In this workship you will learn how to establish a
marketing plan by:
                                                                       Boosting your Business Using
                                                                       Social Media Marketing
                                                                       Research shows that 70 percent of U.S. adults visit online
                                                                       social networks. In this course, you will discover seven ways
                                                                       as a local business you can dominate your market if you
     •	Setting	up	targeted	programs	and	establishing	a	
                                                                       embrace social networking to include social media in your
       marketing calendar.
     •	Getting	rid	of	your	fear	of	failure	and	learning	to	like	
                                                                       overall marketing strategy.                                     Are you a business needing
       the idea of selling.
     •	Dealing	with	competition	and	increasing	sales	without	
       having the lowest price.
                                                                             Date: 2/19
                                                                             Time: 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
                                                                             Fee: $30, class limited to 20 participants.
                                                                                                                                       an extra set
      Date: 3/11 or *4/15
      Time: 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
      Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.
                                                                       How to Write Highly Responsive Ads
                                                                       that Motivate Your Prospects into Action
                                                                                                                                       of hands to
     * Location: MHCC Maywood Campus,
      10100 NE Prescott, Portland, Or 97220. Room: 144
                                                                       Learn to write winning display ads, yellow page ads, and
                                                                       lead generation ads no matter what you do for a living. In
                                                                                                                                       finish that project?
                                                                       this workshop you will discover the formula for grabbing your
                                                                       market’s attention, separating yourself from the competition    Students in the Steps to Success /
Contracting with the Government                                        and creating a powerful call to action that will dramatically   Project Enterprise program offer
Small businesses face challenges when trying to win federal,           increase your response rates. Ads cost the same whether they
state and local government contracts. The Small Business               work or not, learn how to get them to work.                     their services free of charge to local
Administration can help small businesses work through these                                                                            businesses and in exchange gain
challenges. This class provides an in-depth approach to                      Date: 3/10                                                valuable work experience. If you are
discovering and seeking contract opportunities available as                  Time: 1 – 4 p.m.                                          a local business or organization needing

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    non-credit classes
well as the possible marketing tools that may assist in selling              Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.               immediate assistance with a project
your product or service to the government.
                                                                                                                                       please contact us.
      Date: 1/14 or 2/11                                               Small Business Tax Workshop
      Time: 9:30 a.m. – Noon                                           Taxes can be complicated, especially when it comes to your               PROJECT IDEAS INCLUDE
      Fee: No charge! Class limited to 20 participants.                business. Learn how to get your business financials ready for            BUT ARE NOT LIMITED TO:
                                                                       tax season.
                                                                                                                                                Making reminder phone calls for events and
Building a Successful Web Site for your Business                             Date: 1/19                                                         appointments.
Learn the basics of creating and managing your Web site.                     Time: 3 – 5 p.m.                                                   Data Entry.
Know the key elements of a user-friendly Web site and how to                 Fee: $30, class limited to 20 participants.
direct customers to your site to promote your products and services.                                                                            Creating Excel spread sheets.
                                                                                                                                                Performing mail merges or
      Date: 1/15 or 3/12
                                                                                                                                                creating documents using Word.
      Time: 9 – 11 a.m.
      Fee: $30, class limited to 20 participants.                                                                                               Creating basic flyers or marketing materials using
                                                                                                                                                PowerPoint or Publisher.
Guerrilla Marketing                                                                                                                             Assembling a variety of small products.
Learn how to plan your marketing activities and to monitor the                                                                                  Archiving documents.
results by learning:                                                                                                                            Preparing for or assisting with a company event.
     •	The	sixteen	secrets	of	guerrilla	marketing.                                                                                              Assembling mass mailings and marketing materials.
     •	The	seven	steps	marketing	plan.
     •	100	guerrilla-marketing	weapons.                                                                                                 WANT TO KNOW MORE OR PLACE A WORK ORDER?
     •	How	to	measure	your	marketing	attack.
                                                                                                                                        Contact: Susan Spencer 503-256-0432 ext. 22231
      Date: 2/2 or 3/9                                                                                                                  or
      Time: 9 a.m. – noon                                                                                                               Program offered in collaboration with Portland Community College and
      Fee: $45, class limited to 20 participants.                                                                                       the Oregon Department of Human Services.

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                                                                GREAT Business Program-Saving Resources and                       Getting a SBA Business Loan:
                    LUNCH AND LEARN                             Branding your Business as Green:                                  The U.S. Small Business Administration is the largest source of
                        To register call 503-491-7658.                                                                            long-term small business financing in the nation. Private lenders
                                                                More than two thirds of American consumers say they consider
     The most productive way for business owners to eat their   a company’s business practices when deciding what to buy.         make loans and the SBA guarantees a percentage of the loan
     lunch! Bring your lunch and learn about a small business   Many businesses are realizing the financial and marketplace       amount up to $1.5 million. Attend an SBA Loan Briefing to get
     topic while meeting other small business professionals.    opportunities associated with resource conservation. The City     your questions answered and find out what to do next. Speaker:
                                                                of Gresham’s GREAT Business Program is here to help. We offer     Russell Hooker, SBA.
     NOTE: All Lunch and Learn seminars will be held at the     assistance and resources to enhance your recycling, waste
     Small Business Development Center, 323 N.E. Roberts Ave,   prevention, water and energy conservation, all with the aim of          Dates: 02/17 or 03/17
     Gresham, OR 97030.                                         making your business more resource efficient. We then provide           Time: Noon - 1 p.m.
                                                                certification and recognition for businesses that are dedicated         Fee: No charge! Class limited to 20 participants.
                                                                to being green. Come learn about our recognition and resource
                                                                conservation. Speaker: Tristan Whitehead, City of Gresham’s       Basics of Leasing Business and Office Space:
                                                                GREAT Business Program.                                           This workshop covers the essential components of a commercial
                                                                                                                                  lease, definitions of terms, and when to get a commercial real
                                                                      Dates: 01/14                                                estate broker involved. It will also include the process to find the
                                                                      Time: Noon - 1 p.m.                                         right property / location for your business. It will explain the
                                                                      Fee: No charge! Class limited to 20 participants.           purpose and common terms of a commercial lease. Participants
                                                                                                                                  will learn the advantages of a lease versus ownership. Speaker:
                                                                Promote your Business in 30 Seconds or Less:                      Sue O’Halloran, Principal Broker, Kohler-Meyers O’Halloran.
                                                                You’ll learn how to confidently and persuasively talk to                Dates: 02/25
                                                                prospects about what you can do for them. Being prepared
                                                                with a professional and persuasive message will give you the            Time: Noon - 1 p.m.
                                                                best chance of converting this chance meeting into a customer.          Fee: No charge! Class limited to 20 participants.
                                                                Remember, you never get a second chance to create a good
                                                                first impression. Speaker: Kerry Williams and Chad Fast,          Mercy Corps – Micro Loans and Matching Grants:
                                                                Authentic Marketing.
                                                                                                                                  Small businesses often need loans to start and grow. Mercy
                                                                      Dates: 01/21                                                Corps has micro loans and matching grants for moderate to
                                                                      Time: Noon - 1 p.m.                                         low-income small business owners. Speaker: Doug Cooper,
                                                                                                                                  Mercy Corps NW.
                                                                      Fee: No charge! Class limited to 20 participants.
                                                                                                                                        Dates: 01/07 or 03/04
                                                                Project Enterprise:                                                     Time: Noon - 1 p.m.
                                                                MHCC offers employers several free business services as                 Fee: No charge! Class limited to 20 participants.
                                                                well as student interns and subsidized employees to help your
                                                                business while helping students learn job skills. Learn how to    How the State of Oregon can Help You and Your
                                                                take advantage of this win-win program. Speaker: Sue Spencer      Employees Pay for Health Insurance:
                                                                and Molly Dorney, MHCC Steps to Success.
                                                                                                                                  The state of Oregon has a program to help uninsured employees
                                                                      Dates: 01/28                                                and dependents pay for health insurance. State staff will explain
                                                                                                                                  how the program helps employers and employees. Also learn
                                                                      Time: Noon - 1 p.m.
                                                                                                                                  about a program that helps those unable to obtain medical
                                                                      Fee: No charge! Class limited to 20 participants.           insurance because of health conditions and about the State
                                                                                                                                  of Oregon’s free Prescription Discount Card for Oregonians.
                                                                Intro to Social Media Marketing:                                  Speaker: Susan Stigers, FLMI.
                                                                Learn what social media marketing is and what it can do for
                                                                your business. Twitter, Facebook, MySpace, and YouTube                  Dates: 03/11
                                                                can connect you with an unbelievable number of like-minded              Time: Noon - 1:30 p.m.
                                                                individuals every single day through the power of the Internet.         Fee: No charge! Class limited to 20 participants.
                                                                Speaker: Chad Fast and Kerry Williams, Authentic Marketing.
                                                                      Dates: 02/04
                                                                      Time: Noon - 1 p.m.
                                                                      Fee: No charge! Class limited to 20 participants.

50   Winter 2010 Class Schedule
aquatic center                                                                                                  ADULT PROGRAMS                                                                      LIFEGUARDING PRACTICE AND CHALLENGE
                       SWIMMING PROGRAMS                                                                                                                                                            This combination of classes is a three-hour practice session followed by
                                                                                                                WATER AEROBICS: Join a fast-paced water exercise class for
ADULT LAP SWIM                                                                                                                                                                                      a three-hour challenge session. For experienced lifeguards, this is a
                                                                                                                  adults. Swimming skills are not required for participation.
Mon – Fri ................................... 5:45 – 7:15 a.m., all pools                                                                                                                           good way to renew lifeguard certifications without taking the full course.
                                                                                                                    Mon / Wed / Fri........................................... 9-9:45 a.m.
Mon – Sat ................................................ Noon – 1 p.m., all pools                                 Tue / Thurs ......................... 7:15-8 a.m., 6:45-7:30 p.m.               REGISTRATION 2009-10
Mon – Fri ....... 5:30–6:30 p.m., Learner & 25-yard pools                                                                                                                                           Mt. Hood Aquatic Center accepts online, telephone and
...................................................... 6 – 7 p.m., 50-meter pool                                DEEP WATER AEROBICS: Have fun in your workout without stress-                       mail-in registrations.
                                                                                                                  ing your joints! Exercises are performed in deep water to music.
ALL-AGES OPEN RECREATION SWIM                                                                                     Aqua jogger belts are provided.                                                   Please call the Aquatic Center at 503-491-7243 to confirm
25-yard and Learner pools                                                                                                                                                                           class dates and times, to register for classes or to receive a
Friday .......................................................... 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.                                  Mon / Wed ............................................. 6:45-7:30 p.m.          copy of the 2009-10 schedule.
Saturday ................................................................. 1 – 4 p.m.                           AQUACISE: This is a slower-paced exercise class. Emphasis is                        RENTALS
                                                                                                                  placed on flexibility and strength conditioning. Exercises are per-               The pools are available to rent for birthdays or other special events.
LAP AND RECREATION FEES                                                                                           formed in 90-degree water.
MHCC students / staff with ID -------------------------------------- —— FREE                                                                                                                        Call 503-491-7243 to request a brochure.
Adult ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $4.50       Mon / Wed / Fri 7:15-8 a.m., 8-8:45 a.m., 9-9:45 a.m.                           COMPETITIVE TEAMS
Children ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ $3.25           Tue / Thurs ..................................................... 9-9:45 a.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Mt. Hood Aquatics               
Senior ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $3.25    ARTHRITIS WATER CLASS: This is a slower-paced class that follows                    Oregon Reign Masters            
                                                                                                                  the guidelines of the Arthritis Foundation. Emphasis is on slow-
CHILDREN’S LESSONS                                                                                                moving exercises that are gentle on the joints. Exercises are per-
Our expanded lesson schedule features classes that begin after 4
p.m. on weekdays. Lessons are offered afternoons, evenings and
                                                                                                                  formed in 90-degree water. All instructors are certified by the
                                                                                                                  Arthritis Foundation.
                                                                                                                                                                                                       community open recreation - gym
Saturdays. All classes follow American Red Cross progressions and                                                                                                                                       Open to citizens of Mt. Hood Community College District.
are taught by American Red Cross certified swim instructors.                                                        Mon / Wed / Fri............ 10-10:45 a.m., 11-11:45 a.m.                            Times may be pre-empted by special activities. Watch for posted notices.
                                                                                                                    Tue / Thurs .................................................10-10:45 a.m.          Handball/Racquetball and Tennis Courts
LESSON CATEGORIES                                                                                                                                                                                           Monday - Thursday          3 - 9 p.m.
Infant / Toddler: For children ages 8 months to 5 years with their                                              AI CHI: This class is Tai Chi for the water. Exercises are performed in
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Friday                     3 - 5 p.m.
parents. Classes offered are Merbabes 8–18 months or 18–36                                                         the 88-90 degree learner pool.
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Open Gym
months, and Parent / Child, ages 30 months to 5 years.                                                              Tue / Thurs ...............................7:15-8 a.m., 8-8:45 a.m.                     Monday - Friday            noon - 1 p.m.
Preschool: For children ages 3–6 years, through kindergarten.
                                                                                                                AI CHI NE: This class uses the same exercises as Ai Chi and is orga-                    Weight Room
There are six skill levels to learn the basics.
                                                                                                                   nized so that participants can perform the exercises solo or with                        Monday - Friday            noon - 1 p.m.
School Age: This is for children from first grade and up, 6 years or                                                                                                                                        Tuesday / Thursday         6:30 - 9 p.m.
older. Choose from several levels of swimming instruction from basic                                               a partner.
to advanced skills.                                                                                                 Tue / Thurs ..................................................11-11:45 a.m.       rock climbing wall
                            Session Dates                                                                       ADULT SWIM LESSONS: Individualized instruction in beginner                              MHCC offers rock climbing in a safe, controlled environment. The indoor wall,
       Dates apply to both children’s lessons and adult programs.                                                 and advanced beginner swimming skills. Learn to enjoy and be                          located next to the main pool, features 1,800 square feet of climbing area,
       Winter Session I: Jan. 4 - Feb. 5*                                                                         comfortable in the water. Mature teenagers accepted.                                  thousands of handholds and a variety of terrain to challenge you. The Rock
          Mon / Wed / Fri, Mon / Wed, Tue / Thurs                                                                                                                                                       Wall is open to students and staff and the general public. The Rock Wall will
                                                                                                                    Mon / Wed ..............................................7:30-8:15 p.m.              open for winter term on Monday, Jan. 4.
          *No class Jan. 18.
       Winter Session II: Feb. 8 – March 12*                                                                        Fee: $46 two times / week, five weeks                                               Open Wall: Monday-Friday, 3 - 8 p.m. Sat., noon - 4 p.m.
          Mon / Wed / Fri, Mon / Wed or Tue / Thurs                                                                      $54 three times / week, five weeks                                                            Daily      Ten-climb Pass       Ten-climb w/equipment
          *No class Feb. 12, 18-20, March 4, 5.                                                                 Seniors age 62 and over receive a 25 percent discount.                                    Staff        $2.50      $19.00               $56.00
       Winter Saturday Session: Jan. 9 to March 13*                                                                                                                                                       Public       $6.00      $45.00               $82.50
          *No class Feb. 13, 20, March 6                                                                        GROUP SAFETY CLASSES                                                                      Child        $4.00      $33.75               $62.00
          Fee: $42 – $45 per 10-lesson session                                                                  Updated American Red Cross Preparedness programs in first aid,                            (under 18)
                                                                                                                CPR and AED are available for your group. These are offered in mod-                     Equipment Rental: Shoes, harness and belay device $5.00
HOME SCHOOL SWIM LESSONS                                                                                        ules that can be combined to fit your specific needs. If you have a                                              Lockers are available                      $0.25
This program is a monthly lesson program for home school families.                                              group of five or more people requiring certification in first aid, CPR,                The Rock Wall is available for group rental. For more information call 503-491-7245.
All age groups and skill levels are welcome. Classes are taught as                                              AED or Basic Water Rescue, please call 503-491-7246 and ask                            Community classes are available each term on the rock wall.
combined levels.                                                                                                about booking a class. Cost per person begins at $30.                                  Call 503-491-7243 or 7245 for more information or view the complete
     Fee: $20 – $25 / class / child                                                                                                                                                                    class listings on the Web site at

   For more detailed information visit or call 503-491-7243                                                                                                                                                               Mt. Hood Community College                51
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                                                            P                                                          Head Start                                                                 Roads and Walkways
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                                                                                       CAD Lab                                                                                                Media &
                             1767 – 1765                                             1659 – 1658                                              1575 – 1571                                      Graphic            Distance Learning
                                                                                                                                                                                             Design Lab

                                                             Courtyard                                               Courtyard                                              Courtyard                                                                                                Main                              Cosmetology       Studio
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Courtyard                               Hair         Theatre
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             getting to mhcc                           Driving Directions

                          Maywood Park                        Campus                                        Bruning               Center                                         Gresham                                  Campus
                        Directions from the MHCC Gresham Campus:                               Directions from the MHCC Gresham Campus:                             Directions from Vancouver:
                          Travel west on I-84                                                     Drive West on SE Stark St.                                          Travel south on I-205 South to I-84 east
                          Take the I-205 South / I-205 North exit                                 Turn Left onto SE 223rd Ave.                                        Drive east on I-84 to exit 17, Troutdale
                          Merge onto I-205 North Ramp                                             Turn Right onto SE Burnside Rd.                                     Turn right onto 257th Ave. at stoplight
                          Merge onto I-205 N.                                                     Turn Left onto NW Civic Dr.                                         Continue on 257th through Stark St.
                          Exit at East Sandy Blvd.                                                End at 1484 NW Civic Dr.                                            MHCC is on the left just south of Stark St.
                          Merge onto NE Sandy Blvd                                                                                                                    End at 26000 SE Stark St.
                          Turn Right onto NE 102nd Ave.                                        From Portland:
                          Turn Right onto NE Prescott St.                                         Travel east on I-84                                               From Portland:
                          End at 10100 NE Prescott St.                                            Take the 181ST Ave. exit 13 toward Gresham                          Drive east on I-84 to exit 17, Troutdale
                        From Portland:                                                            Turn right onto NE 181ST Ave.                                       Turn right onto 257th Ave. at stoplight
                          Travel east on I-84                                                     Turn left onto E Burnside St.                                       Continue on 257th through Stark St.
                          Exit at I-205 North                                                     Turn right onto NW Civic Dr.                                        MHCC is on the left just south of Stark St.
                          Take the US-30 By-Pass East / Sandy Blvd. Exit                          End at 1484 NW Civic Dr.                                            End at 26000 SE Stark St.
                          Turn right onto NE Columbia Blvd / US-30 BYP
                          Continue onto NE Sandy Blvd-30 BYP
                          Turn Right onto NE 102nd Ave
                          Turn right onto NE Prescott St.
                          End at 10100 NE Prescott St.

                                                        Maywood Park Campus
                        I-5                             10100 NE Prescott St.
                                                        Portland, Oregon 97220                                                               y Blvd


                                                                d.                                                                      I-84                                                     MHCC Gresham Campus
                                      Portland            dy                                                                                                                                              I-84
                                                       San                                                                                                                                       26000 SE Stark St.
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Gresham, Oregon 97030

                                                                                                                                                        181st Ave

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     257th Kane Rd.
                                                                                                                                                                    WorkSource Portland          503-491-6422

                                                                                                                                                                                                 223rd Ave
                                                                             I-84                                                                                   Metro East
                                                                                                                                                                    19421 SE Stark St.
                                                                                    82nd Ave

                                                                                                                                         Stark St.                     Stark St.
                                                                                                                                        Bruning Center for Allied


                                                                                                                                        Health Education at MHCC

                                                                     Division St.                                                       1484 NW Civic Dr.,
                                                                                                                                        Gresham, Oregon 97030
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           MHCC Gresham Campus

                                                                                                                   Division St.                                                           Division St.                     26000 SE Stark St.
                                                                     Powell Blvd.                                                                                                                                          Gresham, Oregon 97030
                                                                                                                              Gresham                                          Powell Blvd.                  SBDC
                                                                                                                                                                                                             323 NE Roberts Ave.
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Gresham, Oregon 97030

            54   Winter 2010 Class Schedule
                                                                                                                                        phone directory
Main College Line ........................................503-491-6422            Dental Clinic .................................................... 503-491-7176       Physical Education Office..............................503-491-7450
TDD (Telecommunications                                                           Disability Services .. 503-491-6923 (503-491-7670 TDD)                                Planetarium Schedule ................................... 503-491-7297
   Device for the Deaf)..................................503-491-6905             Distance Learning ...........................................503-491-7170             President’s Office ............................................503-491-7212
Academic Advising and Transfer Center.....503-491-7315                            English Lang. Skills (ENL / ESL) ................... 503-491-7333                     Public Safety Office .......................................503-491-7310
Accounts Receivable ..................................... 503-491-6981               (en español) ................................................503-491-7675          Registration Information ................................ 503-491-7393
The Advocate Newspaper ........................... 503-491-7250                   Engineering .................................................... 503-491-7292         Science............................................................ 503-491-7364
Admissions, Registration and Records ........ 503-491-7393                        English ............................................................. 503-491-7290    Social Science.................................................503-491-7480
Adult Basic Skills ............................................ 503-491-7333      Evening / Weekend Office .......................... 503-491-7444                      Small Business Dev. Center ...........................503-491-7658
Allied Health ................................................... 503-491-7113    Facility Scheduling .........................................503-491-7107             Speech .............................................................503-491-7480
Apprenticeship Program ................................503-491-7401               Financial Aid ...................................................503-491-7262         Steps To Success ............................................503-256-0432
Aquatic Center / Rock Climbing Wall........ 503-491-7245                          GED Classes................................................... 503-491-7333           Student Activities ............................................ 503-491-7277
Art Gallery (Visual Arts Gallery)................. 503-491-7309                   GED Information (en español)......................503-491-7675                        Student Government ..................................... 503-491-7277
Athletics - P. E. Office......................................503-491-7452        GED Testing .....................................................503-491-7678         Swimming Pool ............................................... 503-491-7243
Bookstore .........................................................503-491-7188   Graduation Evaluation503-491-7384 (or) 503-491-7220                                   TDD (Disability Services) ...............................503-491-7670
Bruning Center for Allied Health Education 503-491-6700                           Gymnasium......................................................503-491-7450           TDD (Community Services) ..........................503-491-6905
Business Division .............................................503-491-7515       Head Start Program                                                                    Testing (College Placement Test) ..................503-491-7678
Cafeteria (Vista Dining Center) ....................503-491-7184                     (Maywood Park Campus) .........................503-491-6111                        Theatre / Performing Arts ............................. 503-491-6969
Career Planning and Counseling .................503-491-7432                      Human Resources .......................................... 503-491-7200               Transiciones .................................................... 503-491-6972

Cashier (Business Office)...............................503-491-7462              Humanities ...................................................... 503-491-7290        Transitions ........................................................503-491-7680
Child Development Center ............................503-491-7169                 Industrial Technology .....................................503-491-7470               TRiO College First ...........................................503-491-7143
Citizenship Classes                                                               Integrated Media ........................................... 503-491-7410             TRiO Student Support Services ....................503-491-7688
   (Maywood Park Campus) ....................... 503-491-6100                     Learning Success Center ...............................503-491-7108                   Veterans Services........................................... 503-491-7346
College Center............................................... 503-491-7277        Library .............................................................. 503-491-7161   Visual Arts Center / Gallery ........................ 503-491-7309
College Placement Test..................................503-491-7678              Mathematics ................................................... 503-491-7292          Volunteer Literacy Tutoring ........................... 503-491-6948
Community Skills Center ................................503-491-6122              MHCC Foundation Office............................ 503-491-7206                       WorkSource Portland Metro East................503-660-1440
Community Education Non-credit Classes .503-491-7572                              MHCC Maywood Campus ......................... 503-491-6100                            Youth Employability Support Services
Cosmetology ...................................................503-491-7192       Modern Languages....................................... 503-491-7290                     (Project YESS) .............................................503-491-7641
Counseling .......................................................503-491-7432    Music / Performing Arts................................ 503-491-6969

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                  Academic Advising ...................................................................... 19               Maywood Park Center ............................................................40-41
                  Admissions ........................................................................................3      MyMHCC ........................................................................................8
                  Aquatic Center .............................................................................. 51          Non-Credit Class Registration Form .............................................31
                  Biz Center ............... ................................................................. 46-50        Online Classes (Credit) ........................................................... 16-18
                  Business and Industry Workforce Training ................................... 30                           Online Classes (Non-Credit) ..................................................42-45
                  Campus Maps ........................................................................52-54                 Programs and Majors .............................................................. 14-15
                  Career Pathways ........................................................................... 35            Project Enterprise .......................................................................... 49
                  Career Planning and Counseling Center ..................................... 19                            Registration Information .............................................................. 2-7
                  Childcare ................................................................................. 18-19         Self-Paced Classes ..................................................................40-41
                  Community Education .............................................................. 31-39                  Small Business Development Center ...................................... 46-50
                  Community Skills Center ..........................................................40-41                   Study Abroad ................................................See inside back cover
                  Computer Lab Locations ................................................................4                  Telephone Directory ..................................................................... 55
                  Cosmetology School .................................................................... 19                Transfer Center .............................................................................. 19
                  Credit Class Listings .................................................................20-29              Transitions / Transiciones ............................................................. 19
                  Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) ..........................................9                          TRiO Student Support Services ..................................................... 19
                  Disability Services ........................................................................ 19           Tuition .............................................................................................5
                  Distance Learning .................................................................... 16-18              Web Shortcut Guide .................................................................... 6-7

                  Financial Aid ........................................................................... 10, 12          Web Classes ............................................................................ 16-18
                  GED ................................................................................................. 6   WorkSource Portland Metro East ................................................. 23
                  Head Start ..................................................................................... 19
                  Health and Wellness Resource Center ......................................... 19
                  Learning Success Center .............................................................. 19
                  Library Resource Center ..................................................................6
                  Maps ........................................................................................52-54

            56   Winter 2010 Class Schedule
                                                     Study Abroad
                                                          with Mt. Hood Community College —

April 2 to May 29, 2010                         June 26 to July 10, 2010                           June 27 to July 18, 2010                      July 30 to August 30, 2010
SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE,                          SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE,                             KYOTO, JAPAN                                  PERUGIA, ITALY
MEXICO                                          MEXICO                                             Live and learn near Japan’s ancient capital   One month Italian immersion program
An eight-week Spanish immersion                 A two-week Spanish immersion experience            Kyoto! This three-week immersion program      in Perugia, Italy. This program provides:
experience in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico:    in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico:                  provides:
                                                                                                                                                 ➤	 5 transfer credits of first year Italian
➤	    15 transfer credits of Spanish            ➤	 5 transfer credits of Spanish                   ➤	    3 transfer credits of Japanese          ➤	 Classes at the University of Perugia
➤	    Home stay with a local family             ➤	 Round trip transportation                       ➤	    30 hours of classroom instruction       ➤	 Round-trip transportation
                                                     (air fare and shuttle)
➤	    Round-trip transportation                                                                    ➤	    Accommodations                          ➤	 Accommodations
➤	    Room and Board                            ➤	 Room and board (three meals a day)              ➤	    5 field trips
                                                ➤	 Tuition and books at the                                                                      ➤ Field trips
Spend eight weeks in one of Mexico’s                 Academia Hispano Americana                    A Japanese language, life and culture         Spend four weeks in one of Italy’s most
most beautiful mountain towns, living           ➤	 The counsel of a resident                       experience. Enjoy many field trips            beautiful, medieval hilltop towns learning
with a middle-class Mexican family. Learn            MHCC instructor                               including a visit to world cultural           Italian. Receive outstanding language
Spanish through instruction and practical       Earn a 5 transfer credits when you complete        heritage sites and national treasures.        lessons from the University of Perugia for
conversation from qualified natives speakers    MHCC’s Spanish Immersion program in San            No prerequisites required; however,           Foreigners, one of the most prestigious
during your stay.  Begin to think and speak     Miguel de Allende, Mexico. Courses include         an introductory course in Japanese            institutions dedicated to teaching Italian
in Spanish within a week. Don’t miss this       either first-year Spanish (SPAN 101,102,103) or    language is strongly recommended.             language and culture. Many destinations
opportunity to experience a new culture and     second-year Spanish (SPAN 201,202,203), plus       Participants must be at least 18 years old    await you near Perugia; visit historic cities
lifestyle first-hand. Inquire about financial   SPAN 211, 212, 213 (Intermediate Conversation).    at time of departure. The group size is       such as Rome, Florence, Siena or Assisi.
aid which applies toward the cost of this       Inquire about financial aid which applies toward   limited to 18 students.                       Enjoy great art and wonderful cuisine.
experience—up to 100 percent of the cost        the cost of this experience—up to 100 percent
of the program may be covered.                  of the cost of the program may be covered.

Estimated Cost: $4,500                          Estimated Cost: $2,200                             Estimated Cost: $3,000                        Estimated Cost: $3,500

          Aurora Benenati | 503-491-7290                  Jodie Marion | 503-491-7265                        Yoko Sato                                     Dr. Eric Tschuy | 503-491-7469



          Humanities Division                             Humanities Division                                Humanities Division                           Modern Languages Department
                                              Winter Term 2010 Dates

                                                                                                                                 Brian Freeman
                                                                                                                                 Dave Shields
                                                                                                                                  Mt. Hood Community College District Board of Education Members: Bob Morris

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Customer,” individual names cannot be removed from the mailing list.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             of the College’s programs, services and community events. It is printed and mailed for 22 cents
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             per copy and may be recycled with newspapers. Because the schedule is addressed to “Postal

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   MHCC mails this Schedule Of Classes and activities to all district residents to inform them
                                          Winter Term 2010             First 5-week      2nd 5-week            12-week
                                                                          Session          Session             Session

                                                                                                                                 Zone 2
                                                                                                                                 Zone 1
                                          Class beginning /            01/04/10 –        02/08/10 –          01/04/10 –
                                          ending dates                  02/05/10          03/12/10            03/19/10
                                          Last day to add late*         01/06/10          02/10/10            01/15/10
                                          Last day to drop an
                                          individual class with         01/11/10           02/15/10           01/15/10

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 POSTAL CUSTOMER
 Dan Saddler

                                                                                                                                 Rod Monroe
                                                                                                                                 Duke Shepard
                                          Last day to drop a class
                                                                        01/26/10          03/02/10            02/19/10
What i{

                                          or change grade status*
                                          Last day to completely
the indu{try                              withdraw
                                                                        02/05/10           03/12/10           03/12/10

                                       *For classes that fall outside the session calendars, please check with the Admissions,
outlook                                 Registration and Records Office for processing dates. To have charges removed,

                                                                                                                                 Zone 4
                                                                                                                                 Zone 3
                                        you must process a drop or withdrawal via the Web or with the Admissions,
for green                               Registration and Records Office by the refund date printed on your class schedule.

career{“?                                 Important Dates - For the most current calendar visit
                                          Winter Break* (no classes)                     12/14/09 - 12/23/09
Now is a great time to                    College closed**                              12/24/09 – 01/03/10

                                                                                                                                                                                                  Ralph Yates, D.O. Zone 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                  Beverly Russell
get involved in the                       New Year’s Holiday (College closed)                       01/01/10

sustainability field, both                Martin Luther King, Jr. Holiday (College closed)          01/18/10
personally or                             Registration will start for students
                                          who have earned 46 or more credits† (College closed)                 11/24/09
professionally. The
                                          Registration will start for students
industry needs fresh,                     who have earned 45 or fewer credits† (College closed)               11/25/09

                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Zone 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Zone 5
new talent to evaluate                    Open registration for continuing
current practices and                     new students will begin                                              12/2/09
ensure we are on the                      Spring term registration will begin                                 02/22/10
course to global
                                       *Offices will be open for registration and other student services.**Offices will be
sustainability.                         closed. Check for schedule information or to access College resources.
                                          Online registration is available during College closure.
Dan Saddler,
MHCC Sustainable Building
Adviser graduate '07
Green Building consultant
Earth Advantage™ Institute

        To ensure a safe and healthy educational environment, the Board of Education, employees and students of
        Mt. Hood Community College have come together to declare all College locations tobacco free as of Jan. 02, 2010.
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