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									                                                                Olympic College |Vol. 63 #4




                 s u m m e r / fa l l 2 0 0 9 c l a s s s c h e d u l e

APPLY NOW!                                                        SPOTLIGHT:
Summer                                                    Meet Brigid Lohman!
classes begin June 22, 2009                                 I AM…pre-med major,
                                                                comic-strip artist,
FALL                                                       OC running start & high
classes begin sept. 21, 2009                                       school student
 Plan your class schedule today!                             Read Brigid's story
Visit OASIS at www.olympic.edu/OASIS                                  on page 3.
for the latest class updates.




in this issue:

DESIGN AND
CONQUER
students Build
Vehicle to compete at
international eVent

FISH MATTERS
students help monitor
fish in local waters

JOINING FORCES
state colleges work
together to create
new program
and more – pg. 3
(contents)
Mission                                                                                                                    admissions & registration
We serve and enrich all our communities by                                                                                 New Student Admission ............................................................................................................... 4
providing quality education and training for all who                                                                       New Student Assessment and Advising ......................................................................................... 5
seek to improve their lives through learning.                                                                              Continuing and Former Students ................................................................................................. 5
                                                                                                                           Online Registration (OASIS) ........................................................................................................ 5
Vision                                                                                                                     Additional Registration Information ............................................................................................. 6
                                                                                                                           Financial Aid ..............................................................................................................................6
At Olympic College we envision learning as a                                                                               Tuition and Fees ......................................................................................................................7-8
life enhancing journey of discovery where:                                                                                 Summer/Fall 2009 Calendar (Important Dates)........................................................................... 9
~ Our students are life-long learners in a
  global society.                                                                                                          how to read this schedule................................................................10
To realize our vision, we will focus on student
learning and success, promoting learning through                                                                           credit classes admissions application................................ 11
accessible education, personalized service, adaptive and
innovative teaching, and an ongoing commitment to
academic excellence.                                                                                                       adult education/esol classes
~ Our employees are empowered to achieve the                                                                               Addult Ed/ESOL 2009 Summer/Fall Classes ..........................................................................13-17
  college mission.
To realize our vision, we will appreciate and value                                                                        summer classes...........................................................................................18-32
our employees, providing opportunities to enhance
professional skills, encouraging learning and                                                                              fall classes.........................................................................................................33-62
advancement, and prioritizing and sharing institutional
resources.
                                                                                                                           Quick reference classes
~ Our community recognizes the college as its
  cornerstone of learning.                                                                                                 Distance Learning (telecourses, USB-Drive and online courses) Summer/Fall Classes ..............63-65
 To realize our vision, we will develop strong                                                                             Military Education Summer/Fall Classes ....................................................................................66
community partnerships and fulfill our role as a                                                                           OC Poulsbo Summer/Fall Classes..........................................................................................66-67
cultural center, enriching those we serve by creating                                                                      OC Shelton Summer/Fall Classes ..........................................................................................67-68
relevant educational options and bringing a diverse                                                                        Evening and Weekend Summer/Fall Classes .........................................................................69-70
array of activities to the region.
                                                                                                                           continuing education non-credit classes
                                                                                                                           Continuing Education Classes (all campuses) .........................................................................71-75

                                                                                                                           information
                                                                                                                           Campus Locations .....................................................................................................................76
                                                                                                                           Distance Learning .....................................................................................................................76
                                                                                                                           Other OC Locations ...................................................................................................................76
Board of Trustees:                                                                                                         Business & Community Services.................................................................................................76
Beverly Cheney, Pete Crane, Darlene Peters - Chair,                                                                        Your Right to Know ...................................................................................................................77
Douglas Sayan - Vice Chair, Alice Tawresey                                                                                 Safety and Security ..................................................................................................................77
President: Dr. David Mitchell                                                                                              Parking ....................................................................................................................................77
                                                                                                                           Emergency Communications ......................................................................................................77
Vice Presidents: Mary Garguile - Interim Instruction,
                                                                                                                           Public Transportation ................................................................................................................77
Dr. Richard MacLennan - Student Services,
Barbara Martin - Administration                                                                                            Telephone Directory - Additional Programs & Services ................................................................78
                                                                                                                           OC Bremerton Building Guide....................................................................................................79

DISCLAIMER Olympic College made a reasonable effort to assure that the contents                   The Olympic College Medical Office Assistant Program is accredited by the Commission            Inquiries to recipients concerning the application of T itle IX and its
of this publication were accurate at the time of printing. It does not constitute a contract.     on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP), on recommendation                implementing regulations may be referred to the Title IX coordinator or the Office
Olympic College reserves the option to amend, modify, or revise any provision of this             of the Curriculum Review Board of the American Association of Medical Assistants                of Civil Rights.
publication for the following reasons, including, but not limited to: 1. a lack of funds to       Endowment (AAMAE). CAAHEP can be contacted at: Commission on Accreditation
operate a program or course; 2. unavailability of instructors; 3. a change in administrative or   of Allied Health Education Programs, 35 East Wacker Drive, Suite 1970, Chicago, IL              LIMITATION OF LIABILITY The college’s total liability for claims arising from a
Board of Trustee policy; and/or 4. a change in the laws, rules, or regulations of Washington      60601-2208, 312.553.9355.                                                                       contractual relationship with the student in any way related to classes or programs shall
State which governs the operations of community and technical colleges.                                                                                                                           be limited to the tuition and expenses paid by the student to the college for those classes
                                                                                                  EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Olympic College does not discriminate on the basis of                         or programs. In no event shall the college be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or
ACCREDITATION Olympic College is regionally accredited by the Northwest                           race, color, national origin, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or age in its programs and   consequential damages, including but not limited to, loss of earnings or profits.
Commission on Colleges and Universities, an institutional accrediting body recognized by          activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the
the Council for Higher Education. The Automotive Technology and Child Development                 non-discrimination policies:
Family Center are also accredited by nationally recognized accrediting institutions.
                                                                                                  Linda Yerger - Human Resource Director
                                                                                                  1600 Chester Ave., Bremerton, WA 98337
                                                                                                  360.475.7305
                                       Vol. 63, No. 4                                                                                 THE VIEW                                                                                            Summer/Fall 2009
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                                                                                                                                                                                         Cover photo by Glen Davis of Legendary Portraits of Manette.
      2           summer/fall 2009 The View Class Schedule                                                                                                                        Photo of biology class on page 3 provided by Kevin Serrame, OC alum.
                                                                                                                                      summer/fall 2009




                                                                                   The OC Review
Spotlight                                                          oc newS
                                                                 Biology Students Monitor Fish in Local Waterways

i am oc...are you?
                                                                 In Dr. Don Seavy’s biology classes, Olympic College
                                                                 students experience the Pacific Northwest environment
                                                                 first hand. This past winter and spring, his classes worked
                                                                 with the Suquamish Tribe to help measure and record
                                                                 the sizes of fish in Barker Creek and Miller Bay. The aim
                                                                 is to give students first-hand experience with the natural
                                                                 world, teach them about the field of fisheries as well as help
                                                                 communities monitor fish counts. “The better information
                                                                 communities have of what fish is out there and when, the better decisions can be made
                                                                 as to how to manage local fisheries,” said Seavy.
                                                                 Colleges Collaborate to Create New Program
                                                                                        To leverage existing expertise and reduce costs, Olympic
                                                                                        College and three other state community colleges recently
                                                                                        joined forces to create a short-term certificate that prepares
                                                                                        people to get back to work. The certificate will include
                                                                                        OSHA certifications, flagging, fork lift, first aid, and CPR.
OC Student Brigid Lohman                                                                The participants will also learn critical work skills, including
                                                                                        sustainable practices such as recycling, reusing, and repurposing,
I AM... pre-med major, comic-                                                           as well as communication skills and teamwork. The other state
strip artist, OC running start &                                 community colleges offering the program are Grays Harbor College, Centralia College
high school student                                              and South Puget Sound Community College. 


why did you choose oc?                                             Top STudenTS
Every member of my family has gone through Olympic               OC Students Design, Build Vehicle to Compete in
College. Both of my parents earned their teaching
certifications through OC. All three of my older sisters         International Event
transferred credits from OC to four-year institutions. I don’t   For the first time, four Olympic College welding students took part in an international
come from a wealthy family, so I knew I wanted to take           mini-baja vehicle competition called the 2009 SAE Collegiate Design Series. OC
advantage of OC’s Running Start program at my high               students competed with more than 95 colleges and universities from around the
school so I can earn my Associate in Arts and Sciences           world. Students built and designed their own vehicles, which were tested in a series of
degree from OC at the same time. I’ll be graduating from         obstacles including a hill climb, maneuverability test, acceleration test, a rock crawl and
high school in June ’09 with half of an undergraduate            an endurance event. Winning teams received plaques or cash prizes up to $1000 for
degree (the first two years of a four-year degree) and           different categories. At press time, results for the teams were still being tallied. Read
continue my education at an accelerated rate.                    about the event at www.pnwlocalnews.com/kitsap/ckr/community/44083477.html. 

what are your long-term goals?                                     whAT’S new AT The oc FoundATion
After finishing high school and OC, I can pursue an
undergraduate degree in biological science. I am currently        Table Hosts and Sponsors…the OC Foundation Wants You!
undecided about my future career, so I will be filling
                                                                  The Olympic College Foundation is currently seeking community members interested
requirements for a plain old biology degree as well as pre-
                                                                  in attending or serving as table hosts at the 2009 Community Luncheon on Columbus
med. I will be transferring to Central Washington University
                                                                  Day, October 12, 2009. This is the premier event for the Foundation's annual campaign
this fall and hopefully entering the Science Honors program
                                                                  in support of students and programs at Olympic College. The Community Luncheon
(yay, undergraduate research!). By the time I’m 19, I will
                                                                  attracts more than 400 people including local business associates, community leaders,
be entering either med school or grad school for biology-
                                                                  and interested community members. The generous donations raised at this event
concentrated library science. I will either pursue a career
                                                                  provide quality education at an affordable cost for Olympic College students. For
as a science research librarian at a large university or as a
                                                                  more information, please contact 360.475.7120 or foundation@olympic.edu. 
surgeon.

                   See BRigid'S StORy on page 74.                      For more stories, check out the OC Review Blog
                                                                            online at www.olympic.edu/ocrblog.
                                                        www.olympic.edu |Campus Switchboard: 360.792.6050 or 1.800.259.6718                           3
                            admissions & registration
                                    new student admission                                                                   How to Appy and Register:
admissions & registration




                            To be eligible for general admission to the college, ONE of the                            1 submit an application for admission
                            following is required:                                                                         • Online: www.olympic.edu/GetStarted
                             • High school or GED graduation, or                                                           • Paper: applications available in this schedule, at all campuses, and can be
                                                                                                                             mailed to you.
                             • 18 years of age or older, or
                                                                                                                           NOTE: Upon receipt, an admissions letter will be sent by email or mail and
                             • A written release from the high school district                                             will contain your student identification number (SID).
                                 (Usually, applicants under the age of 16 are not offered general
                                 admission.)                                                                           2 apply for financial aid and/or Veterans benefits
                                                                                                                           • Application instructions/materials available online and all campuses.
                                                                                                                           • Financial Aid: www.olympic.edu/FinancialAid or 360.475.7160
                            fast registration                                                                              • Veterans Services: www.olympic.edu/VeteransServices or 360.475.7560
                            Students who wish to register for one to six credits may register in                       3 take the assessment
                            person at their local campus registration office. For information, phone
                                                                                                                           • Make an appointment to take the mathematics/English placement
                            360.475.7200 and press “0” to speak to a registration representative.                            assessment. See page 5 for Student Entry and Advising (SEAC)
                                                                                                                             locations.
                            Students with previously completed degrees or professional certifications
                                                                                                                           • Before taking the assessment, pay $15 to the cashier by cash, check,
                            may register without required advising if prerequisites are met.                                 money order, credit card or debit card. The payment receipt, SID, and
                                                                                                                             photo ID are your "tickets" to assessment room.

                            transfer credit                                                                            4 attend a new student advising session
                            Course work at other colleges or universities may count toward degree or                       • Call SEAC to make an appointment. Students in the Running Start
                                                                                                                             program must contact the Running Start Office for orientation and
                            certificate requirements.                                                                        advising.
                             1. Register and attend class.                                                                 • Review the OC Catalog and the VIEW (quarterly schedule) before the
                                                                                                                             advising session.
                             2. Fill out and submit the “Request for Advance Standing” form
                                (available at any college campus or at www.olympic.edu/Students/GettingStarted/        5 register
                                recregforms)                                                                               • Students can register in person at the Registration Office at any OC
                             3. Submit official college transcripts to Registration and Records.                             campus.

                            For information, contact registration or see www.olympic.edu/Students/Records/Transfer.    6 pay tuition and fees
                                                                                                                           • Pay tuition online at www.olympic.edu/OASIS or in person, or call the Cashier
                                                                                                                             within two business days to arrange for payment at 360.475.7181 or
                            military & Veteran applicants                                                                    1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7181.

                             • Military students can go to the OC Office at Naval Base Kitsap                          7 Buy Books
                               (Bremerton and Bangor) to apply and register. See page 66 for details.                      • Online at http://ocbookstore.com or at the campus bookstore at
                             • Veterans benefit information and assistance in accessing veteran                              OC Bremerton, OC Poulsbo, or OC Shelton.
                               educational benefits is available to those who qualify. In addition,                    8 attend class, add or drop
                               veterans may be eligible for an Olympic College tuition waiver. Contact
                               the Veterans Services Office at 360.475.7560 or visit www.olympic.edu/                      • Attendance is required. To add or drop classes, an add/drop form must be
                                                                                                                             submitted to the Registration Office.
                               VeteransServices.
                                                                                                                      NOTE: Check OASIS for class information. Student ID and PIN number required
                            running start applicants                                                                  to use OASIS. The global PIN will allow access to most OASIS options.

                            High school juniors and seniors who wish to enroll in Running Start
                            (RS) classes at Bremerton, Poulsbo or Shelton campuses should follow
                            directions in the RS application packet available in high school counseling                     admissions
                            centers, from the college or online at www.olympic.edu/runningstart. Please                     College Service Center, First Floor – OC Bremerton
                            submit the general OC application for admission, take the college                               360.475.7479 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7479
                            assessment and then submit the separate RS application together with a
                                                                                                                            E-mail: prospect@olympic.edu
                            copy of the assessment scores and high school transcripts (minimum 2.5
                            GPA required).                                                                                  HOURS: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. (M-Th), 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (F)

                            All admitted RS students must attend a RS orientation and meet with                             registration and records
                            both a high school counselor and college RS advisor prior to registration.                      College Service Center, First Floor – OC Bremerton
                            Students register for fall classes in May.                                                      360.475.7200 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7200
                                                                                                                            HOURS: 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. (M-Th), 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (F)
                            Priority applications due:
                            Fall 2009           May 1, 2009*                                                                running start office
                            Winter 2010         November 15, 2009                                                           College Service Center, Third Floor – OC Bremerton
                            Spring 2010         February 15, 2010                                                           360.475.7646 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7646
                                                                                                                            E-mail: runningstart@olympic.edu
                            *Late applications for fall quarter will be accepted until Sept. 18, 2009.                      HOURS: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. (M-Th), 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (F)



                                    Apply now for Summer and Fall quarters. new student registration starts June 5.
                               4       summer/fall 2009 The View Class Schedule
                                                                                                                       admissions & registration


new student assessment and advising                                                  continuing and former students
What is an assessment?                                                              How to Register:
New students are required to take an assessment to enroll in English or




                                                                                                                                                                    admissions & registration
mathematics classes. A computerized assessment is used to assess sentence
                                                                                1 meet with a faculty advisor
skills, reading comprehension, and mathematics skills.
                                                                                    • Fewer than 15 completed credits. To register for seven or more credits,
Students who have attended college elsewhere may not be required to                   an advisor’s signature is required. Ask the advisor for your PIN to
take the assessment if they have a 2.0 grade level or higher in college level         register online (see OASIS).
English or college level algebra. Please see an educational advisor in the          • 15 or more completed credits. Faculty advising is strongly
Student Entry and Advising Center for evaluation of college level English             recommended but not required. Use your global PIN to register.
courses. Please contact the Science/Engineering/Math Advisor for                    • Running Start and International Students must meet with their
placement into college level math courses.                                            advisor each quarter prior to registration, select courses, and receive
                                                                                      their quarterly PIN and entry codes.

Special accommodations                                                          2 find your “time to register” on oasis and plan your
Students who require special accommodations must first contact the Access           class schedule.
Services Office. The office may be reached at 360.475.7540 or on the OC
                                                                                3 register online at www.olympic.edu/oasis
Bremerton campus in Humanities Building, Rm 114.
                                                                                    • Click on “Register or add/drop a class”
                                                                                    • Log in: Enter SID (860XXXXXX)
How to schedule an assessment                                                       • Enter registration PIN as your birth date (50179 if May, 1979) or your
After you receive your admission letter, schedule an assessment appointment           global PIN if you changed it, or a special PIN number given to you by
by calling one of the campus phone numbers listed below under New Student             your advisor.
Assessment and Advising Locations. You may also schedule your assessment            • Click on “Continue”
online at: www.olympic.edu/assessment                                               • Enter item numbers of class selections
                                                                                    • Click on “Submit add/drop” (Your new class schedule will appear on
What to bring to your assessment appointment:                                         the screen)
• Receipt showing proof of payment                                                  • Click on “Finish”
• Valid government issued photo ID                                                  TIP: print your schedule for reference.
• Student ID number (SID)                                                           NOTE: Continuing/former student registration begins May 26.
                                                                                    Former students who did not attend the previous quarter must call
                                                                                    360.475.7200 to set up a quarterly PIN.
Fee
There is a $15 non-refundable administrative fee for each session payable at    4 pay tuition and fees
the cashier’s office prior to your assessment appointment.                          • Pay online using OASIS, in person, or by phone within two business
                                                                                      days (see page 7 for tuition and fees). Fall registration payment due
                                                                                      on Aug. 24. Students who register after Aug. 24 must pay within two
New Student Assessment and Advising Locations                                         business days. Also see the STEPP payment plan on page 7.
OC Bremerton                              OC Poulsbo
Student Entry and Advising Center         1000 Olympic College
(SEAC), Haselwood Library                 Place NW, Poulsbo
1600 Chester Ave., Bremerton
360.475.7230 or 1.800.259.6718,
                                          360.394.2725
                                                                                       oasis (www.olympic.edu/oASiS)
Ext. 7230                                 OC Shelton
                                          937 W Alpine Way, Shelton
                                                                                Online Access to Student information System
Science Engineering Math Advisor          360.432.5400                          options:
College Service Center, Rm 302                                                  •   Find your student ID
360.475.7267
                                                                                •   Find your time to register
SEMAdvisor@olympic.edu
                                                                                •   Plan your schedule
                                                                                •   Register online
Additional Advising Locations                                                   •   Pay tuition and fees
OC at NBK - Bangor                        OC at Naval Hospital                  help and other options:
Trident Training Facility,                Bremerton                              • Change your PIN
G Wing, Rm 215, 2000 Thresher             (3rd Wednesday of month,
                                                                                 • Check financial aid status                     oasis is for
360.697.3656                              9 a.m. - 1 p.m. )
                                          Quarterdeck, 1 Boone Rd,               • Look up grades
                                                                                                                              new and continuing/
OC at NBK - Bremerton                     Bremerton                              • Print unofficial transcript
Navy College, Bldg 853, Rm 204,           360.377.8178                           • Update address                               former students
2255 Cole Ave.                                                                   • View your class schedule
360.377.8178
                                                                                HOURS: 7:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. (M-Th)
                                                                                       7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. (F)
                                                                                       9 a.m. - 6 a.m. (Sat - M)
 continuing/former student Summer/Fall                                           Need help? 360.475.7200 or 1.800.259.6718, x7200

            registration begins may 26.                                         NOTE: Use your global PIN to access most OASIS options.



                                                     www.olympic.edu |Campus Switchboard: 360.792.6050 or 1.800.259.6718                                        5
                               admissions & registration


                                   additional registration information                                             wait list
                                                                                                                   If a desired class is full, please add your name to the wait list. If an opening
                            (new and continuing/former students)                                                   occurs, your name will be added automatically (overnight) to the class list.
                                                                                                                   Check your OASIS class schedule daily. If the course has been added, tuition
admissions & registration




                                                                                                                   is due within two business days. If a wait list reaches a sufficient number,
                            entry code special permission                                                          another section may be added; lab sections may not be exactly as listed.
                            Entry codes may be obtained from your advisor and expire after one use. The
                            code provides a way for you to register online or in person for: (a) a class that
                            requires instructor permission, or (b) a class that has a prerequisite block.
                                                                                                                          financial aid
                                                                                                                   The Olympic College Financial Aid Office processes applications for federal,
                            prerequisite Block                                                                     state, and institutional financial assistance. Students interested in financial aid
                            Some classes require completion of a prerequisite. See class listings for specific     must complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and
                            prerequisites. Also see “What is an assessment?” for more information on               enroll in an eligible degree or certificate program in order to be considered
                            English and mathematics prerequisites. If the prerequisite was completed at            for grants, work study, and/or loans.
                            another college/university, present the appropriate transcript to the faculty or
                            Student Entry and Advising Center advisor to obtain permission to enroll.              Request an electronic pin online at www.pin.ed.gov to enable you to
                                                                                                                   complete and sign the online FAFSA. Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov
                                                                                                                   to complete the FAFSA. Also visit the OC Financial Aid web page at
                            residency requirements                                                                 www.olympic.edu/FinancialAid.
                            To be eligible to pay resident tuition, a student must be a U.S. citizen or
                            permanent resident, who:
                                                                                                                        financial aid office
                            •	 Is	financially	independent	AND                                                           College Service Center, Third floor – OC Bremerton
                            •	 Has	established	a	domicile	in	Washington	state	for	other	than	educational	               360.475.7160 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7160
                               purposes for a period of at least 12 months prior to the start date of the               E-mail: financialaid@olympic.edu
                               quarter OR                                                                               www.olympic.edu and click on “Financial Aid”
                            •	 Is	a	dependent	student	whose	parents	or	legal	guardians	have	maintained	                 HOURS: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (M-Th)
                               a domicile in Washington state for at least 12 months prior to the start                            Friday - Closed for processing
                               date of the quarter AND
                                                                                                                        Extended hours Monday and Tuesday during the first
                            •	 Who	 further	 meets	 and	 complies	 with	 the	 applicable	 requirements	 of	             week of classes. Friday availability subject to change.
                               WAC 250-18-030 and 250-18-035
                            SB1079. Individuals who are not permanent residents or U.S. citizens
                            MAY qualify for resident tuition, if they have or will have graduated from a
                            Washington state high school or, while living in Washington, have received
                            the equivalent of a high school diploma. Additional criteria are required.
                            Contact the Admissions Office for more information.
                            Military personnel stationed in Washington State and their dependents who
                            present military ID at registration will be granted a waiver of non-resident
                            tuition and will be charged at the resident rate.


                            restrictions
                            If your schedule contains a restriction, the class or wait list may be removed
                            from your schedule. Restrictions are:
                                                                                                                         Financial Aid Sessions July to September 2009 
                            • Course conflicts. You cannot wait list for a class that has the same
                              discipline and course number.                                                             Come get some help to complete the Free Application for
                            • Time conflict. You cannot wait list a class if the time conflicts with an enrolled        Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)
                              class. This restriction includes overlapping start and end times.
                            • Limit of three wait lists for any quarter.                                                OC Bremerton
                                                                                                                        Student Entry & Advising Center       OC Shelton*
                                                                                                                        (SEAC), Haselwood Library             Wednesdays 2 p.m. – 6 p.m.
                                                                                                                        Wednesdays 5 p.m. – 6 p.m.
                            time to register                                                                            • July 15, 22, and 29
                                                                                                                                                              • July 1
                                                                                                                                                              • August 5
                            Students register at or after their assigned “Time to Register, ” which is                  • August 19 and 20
                            based on the number of credits completed plus officially transferred credits                                                      • September 2
                                                                                                                        • September 16, 23, and 30
                            listed on the student’s OC transcript.
                                                                                                                        OC Poulsbo*                         For more information,
                            •	 Continuing students: Look on OASIS for the time to register                              Wednesdays 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.         call the OC Financial Aid
                            •	 Former students: Contact Registration and Records to be                                  • July 2
                               assigned a time.                                                                         • August 12
                                                                                                                                                            Office at 360.475.7160.
                            •	 Running Start students: Contact the Running Start Office.                                • September 9
                            •	 New students: Register in person following your new student                                                                         *Check campus location for room #.
                               advising session. Contact the Student Entry and Advising Center at
                               360.475.7230. If registering for fewer than 7 credits, register in person after                            www.olympic.edu/FinancialAid
                               the start of new student registration on June 5.


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      tuition and fees                                                        How to Pay
                                                                               •		 ONLINE: Using OASIS – VISA, MasterCard: https://www.oc.ctc.edu/wccba
                                                                               •		 BY PHONE: Cashier 360.475.7181 or 1.800.259.6718 x7181 and pay by
fee information




                                                                                                                                                                 admissions & registration
                                                                                   VISA or MasterCard. The Cashier’s Office experiences a high volume
All students in credit classes are charged these fees once each quarter and        of calls during peak registration; please be patient.
summer session:
                                                                               •		 IN PERSON: At the Bremerton Cashier’s Office, Shelton Main office
Student Service: $1/credit (maximum $10)                                           and Poulsbo Student Services office. We accept check, money order, cash,
Technology Fee: $3.50/credit (maximum $35)                                         personal checks for the exact amount of tuition and fees, Visa, Mastercard
                                                                                   or debit card.
Exempted from these fees are Running Start, Fallen Veterans, apprentice
trade theory courses, zero-credit contract training, continuing education,        NOTE: Active duty students may be eligible to use military tuition
and adult basic education (ABE).                                                  assistance to pay for classes. For details, see an on-base academic advisor.

Security Enhancement fee: $20                                                 StEPP Payment Plan
Exempted from these fees are OC off-campus classes in Kitsap and Mason         •	 Students	 are	 encouraged	 to	 participate	 in	 STEPP,	 a	 tuition	 payment	
counties and ABE/ESL classes.                                                     program that requires a down payment of 25% of the total credits enrolled.
                                                                                  The balance is paid over the course of six weeks. Sign up for STEPP
testing fees                                                                      now in the Cashier’s Office! Students are strongly encouraged to make
•		 Accuplacer:	$15	(non-refundable);	test	retakes:	$15                           all payments by the due date. Unpaid balances will be submitted to a
•		 GED	test	series:	$75;	test	retakes:	$15                                       collection agency.
•		 Proctor	test	fee:	$25
                                                                              Payment deadlines
Other fees                                                                     •	 Summer registration payment is due two business days after
•		 WAOL	fee:	$8/credit                                                           registration.
•		 Telecourse	fee:	$30		(optional	telecourse	tape	rental	fee:	$35)
•		 Adult	Basic	Education:	$25                                                 •	 Fall registration payment is due August 24, 2009. If Fall registration
•		 USB	fee:	$8	                                                                  occurs after August 24, payment is due within two business days.
                                                                                 NOTE: Olympic College will cancel the registration of students who do
Class Fees                                                                       not pay tuition and fees by the payment deadline. Students who wish to
Some classes require additional fees. If applicable, the specific amount of      re-register for classes may do so online or in person, with payment due
the fee appears in the class listing.                                            within two business days.

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  Summer tuition Rates
  NOTE: At the time of publication, Fall tuition was not set. Please visit www.olympic.edu/Tuition for lastest information.
                                         u.s citizen                   non u.s. citizen    300* and above 300* and above
   credits resident rates
                                      non-resident rates              non-resident rates      resident     non-resident
      1                  75.80                      89.00                           247.50          152.55          165.75
       2                151.60                     178.00                           495.00          305.10          331.50
       3                227.40                     267.00                           742.50          457.65          497.25
       4                303.20                     356.00                           990.00          610.20          663.00
       5                379.00                     445.00                        1,237.50           762.75          828.75
       6                454.80                     534.00                        1,485.00           915.30          994.50
       7                530.60                     623.00                        1,732.50         1,067.85        1,160.25
       8                606.40                     712.00                        1,980.00         1,220.40        1,326.00
       9                682.20                     801.00                        2,227.50         1,372.95        1,491.75
      10                758.00                     890.00                        2,475.00         1,525.50        1,657.50
      11                788.40                     920.35                        2,509.60         1,531.50        1,663.45
      12                818.80                     950.70                        2,544.20         1,537.50        1,669.40
      13                849.20                     981.05                        2,578.80         1,543.50        1,675.35
      14                879.60                   1,011.40                        2,613.40         1,549.50        1,681.30
      15                910.00                   1,041.75                        2,648.00         1,555.50        1,687.25
      16                940.40                   1,072.10                        2,682.60         1,561.50        1,693.20
      17                970.80                   1,102.45                        2,717.20         1,567.50        1,699.15
      18              1,001.20                   1,132.80                        2,751.80         1,573.50        1,705.10
      19              1,069.40                   1,201.00                        2,991.70         1,717.70        1,849.30
      20              1,137.60                   1,269.20                        3,231.60         1,861.90        1,993.50
  *Upper Division Courses
  NOTE: US Citizen Non-Resident Rates reflect operating fee waiver authorized by OC Board of Trustees. This waiver has been applied to Upper Division
  Non-Resident Rate. Non-US Citizen Non-Resident Rates are now the rates for International Students.

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                            tuition Waivers                                                                  cashier’s office
                            www.olympic.edu/Tuition/Spaceavailable                                           College Service Center, First Floor – OC Bremerton
                              Adult Basic Education                                                          360.475.7181 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7181
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                              Adult High School Completion                                                   www.olympic.edu/Cashier
                              Athletic Waiver                                                                HOURS (Subject to change):
                              Parent Education Cooperative                                                   Schedule A: 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. (M-F)
                              Senior Waiver (Audit Only): 60 yrs of age or older; limited to 2 classes
                                quarterly on a space available basis ($5 quarterly fee)                      Schedule B: 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (M-Th)
                                                                                                                         8 a.m. – 4 p.m. (F)
                              WA State Employee
                              Veterans* (including WA National Guard and Dependents of Fallen                Schedule A                          Schedule B
                                Veterans)                                                                    May 1 – June 4, 2009                June 22 – June 26, 2009
                              Vocational Students 18+ credits                                                Schedule B                          Schedule A
                                                                                                             June 5 – June 12, 2009              June 29 – July 30, 2009
                              * For current information on veterans’ waivers, please visit our website
                              at: www.olympic.edu/VeteransServices.                                          Schedule A
                                                                                                             June 15 – June 19, 2009
                            Refunds                                                                          Use OASIS to pay online! www.olympic.edu/OASIS
                            Refunds are issued for partial or full withdrawal from classes ONLY if the
                            student officially withdraws, either online through OASIS or in person by
                            submitting an Add/Drop form to Registration and Records. In order to
                            expedite your refund, please contact the Cashier’s Office at 360.475.7467        Access Services for Students with Disabilities 
                            For Credit Classes                                                                                         If you are a student with a permanent or 
                                                                                                                                       temporary disability, you may be eligible 
                            Date restrictions apply and are listed below:                                                              for accommodations and/or support 
                            Refunds may be made for tuition and fees unless listed as non-refundable.                                  services.  
                             •		 100%	refund	prior	to	the	1st	day	of	the	quarter                                                       For more information, contact: 
                             •		 80%	refund	1st	through	the	5th	day	of	the	quarter                                                     Access Services, Humanities 114 
                                                                                                                                       360.475.7540 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7540 
                             •		 40%	refund	6th	through	the	10th	day	of	the	quarter                                                    E‐mail: AccessServices@olympic.edu 
                                                                                                                                       www.olympic.edu/AccessServices 
                            For classes less than 13 weeks in length
                                                                                                                                       HOURS:  8 a.m. ‐ 4:30 p.m. (M‐Th),  
                             •		 Refund	is	pro-rated                                                                                           8 a.m. ‐ 4 p.m. (F) 
                            For continuing education (zero credit) classes
                             •		 100%	-	classes	and	workshops	cancelled	by	OC
                             •		 90%	-	up	to	five	days	prior	to	class	start	date
                             •		 0%	-	five	days	prior	to	class	start	date	
                            Transfers to other continuing education classes five days prior to class start
                            date are allowed.                                                                   OC Bookstore information, all campuses:  
                                                                                                                360.475.7420 or 1.800.259.6718 x7420  
                            Refund Processing Time
                             •		 Check: The refund will be made by check and mailed to the address on           http://ocbookstore.com 
                                 file with the college within 10 working days of the request.
                             •		 Credit Card: The refund will be made in the form of a credit back to the     Many locations to                       Book buyback dates
                                 charge card.                                                                 serve you:                                 Summer
                             •			Cash or debit card: The refund will be made by check to the address on       • OC Bremerton Bookstore
                                 file with the college and mailed within 3 working days of the request.                                                 Quarter 2009
                                                                                                                Bremer Student Center                      OC Bremerton:
                                                                                                                Phone: 360.475.7420
                                                                                                                Fax: 360.475.7427
                                                                                                                                                         August 12-13
                            TuiTion And/or FeeS Are SuBJecT To chAnGe wiThouT
                            noTice BY The wAShinGTon STATe LeGiSLATure And/or
                                                                                                              • OC Poulsbo Bookstore
                            BoArd oF TruSTeeS.
                                                                                                                360.475.7420
                            Olympic College reserves the right to amend the refund procedures within
                            the limits of RCW 28B.15.605.                                                     • OC Shelton Bookstore
                                                                                                                360.475.7420
                            Washington State contributes to the cost of student education through
                            support of basic instructional costs and state-supported financial aid.
                            Student tuition represents 42% of the total instructional cost. Source: SHB
                            11.17 (2003) exact figures available from the HEC Board (re: RCW                  $$ Bookstore Buyback 
                            28b.10.044).
                                                                                                              The Olympic College Bookstore is dedicated to  
                                                                                                              providing OC students with the most affordable textbook, 
                                                                                                              software, and supply options. Be sure to take advantage of 
                                                                                                              the end of term buyback to help reduce your textbook costs 
                                                                                                              and do your part in providing a larger pool of used books for 
                                                                                                              all students. 


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        calendar - summer/fall 2009                                                                                                    June 2009
                                                                                                     S              M            T         W                  T                 F              S
important dates - summer Quarter                                                                                    1            2Buy Back 3                  4                 5              6




                                                                                                                                                                                                        admissions & registration
                                                                                                                         Bookstore
                                                                                                                                                                           New Student
                                                                                                                                                                       Reg Begins (Smr/Fall)
May 26............ Registration begins for continuing and former student for summer/fall
                      quarters. Summer registration payment is due two business days after           7              8           9           10               11                12              13
                      registration.                                                                                        Spg Final Exams &
                                                                                                                         Bookstore “Buy Back”
Jun 5 ............... Registration begins for new students for summer/fall quarters.
                                                                                                   14              15           16              17           18               19               20
Jun 14 .............. OC Commencement Kitsap Sun Pavilion                                         Graduation                                            Grades available 100% Refund
                                                                                                  Ceremony                                                  (OASIS)        Deadline
Jun 18 ............. Grades available to students on OASIS (spring)                                 21            22            23              24           25               26               27
                                                                                                           Wkday Classes                                                    80% Refund
Jun 19 ............. Last day to request 100% refund for withdrawal from classes                              Begin                                                           Deadline
Jun 22 ............ Weekday classes begin (summer)                                                  28             29           30
Jun 26 ............. Last day to:
                       •	 Request	80%	refund	for	withdrawal	from	classes
                       •	 Register	for	a	class	–	except	Continuous	Enrollment	(CE)	classes
July 2................ Last day to:
                       •	 Register	for	class	with	instructor	permission
                                                                                                                                       JulY 2009
                       •	 Officially	drop	a	class	with	no	grade	reported                             S              M            T              W             T                 F              S
                       •	 File	for	Pass/No	Credit	or	Audit	options
                                                                                                                                                1             2                 3              4
July 3................ Independence Day (Holiday observed)                                                                                                                    Holiday
July 6................ Last day to request 40% refund for withdrawal from classes                                                                                             (Closed)
July 22.............. Last day to file for summer session graduation (degrees and certificates)
July 23.............. Last day to officially drop a class and receive a “W” late                     5              6            7              8             9                10              11
                                                                                                               40% Refund
                       withdrawal grade                                                                          Deadline
Aug 4 ............... Last day to register for Continuous Enrollment classes
Aug 12 ............. Last day to change a variable-credit class                                     12             13          14               15           16                17              18
Aug 12-13 ....... Bookstore “Buy Back”
                                                                                                    19             20          21               22           23                24              25
Aug 13 ............. Summer quarter ends (final exams are usually last class meeting)
Aug 17 ............. Grades due from instructors
Aug 20 ............ Grades available to students on OASIS (summer)                                  26             27          28               29           30                31


important dates - fall Quarter
                                                                                                                                    august 2009
Aug 24 ...........Fall tuition payment due. If fall registration occurs after August 24,
                  payment is due within two business days after registration.                        S              M            T              W              T                F              S
Sep 15 ............ Faculty return                                                                                                                                                             1
Sep 18 ..........Last day to request 100% refund for withdrawal from classes
Sep 21 ...........Weekday classes begin (fall)                                                       2              3            4              5             6                 7              8
Sep 25 ............. Last day to:
                     •	 Request	80%	refund	for	withdrawal	from	classes                               9             10          11           12               13                14              15
                     •	 Register	for	a	class	–	except	Continuous	Enrollment	(CE)	classes                                                        Bookstore “Buy Back”

Sep 26............Weekend classes begin                                                             16             17          18               19           20                21              22
                                                                                                                                                        Grades available
Oct 2 .............. Last day to:                                                                                                                           (OASIS)
                     •	 Register	for	class	with	instructor	permission                               23            24           25               26           27                28              29
                     •	 Request	40%	refund	for	withdrawal	from	classes	                                         Fall Tuition
                                                                                                               Payment Due
                     •	 Officially	drop	a	class	with	no	grade	reported
                     •	 File	for	Pass/No	Credit	or	Audit	options                                    30             31
Oct 12............. Columbus Day (Holiday - students and faculty only)
Oct 16............. Last day to file fall quarter graduation (degrees and certificates)
Nov 9 .............. Last day to officially drop a class and receive a “W” late withdrawal                                      septemBer 2009
                     grade
Nov 11 ............ Veterans Day (Holiday)                                                           S             M            T               W             T                 F              S
Nov 16 ............ Last day to register for Continuous Enrollment classes                                                      1               2             3                 4              5
Nov 23 ...........Registration begins for continuing and former students for
                  winter quarter
                                                                                                     6              7           8               9            10                11              12
Nov 25 ............ Last day to change a variable-credit class
Nov 26-27 ...... Thanksgiving (Holiday)
Dec 5 .............. Weekend final exams and/or instruction*
                                                                                                    13             14          15               16           17               18               19
Dec 7 .............Registration begins for new students for winter quarter                                                                                                 100% Refund
                                                                                                                                                                             Deadline
Dec 7-9........... Weekday finals and/or instruction*                                               20            21           22               23           24               25               26
                                                                                                               Wkday Classes                                               80% Refund Wkend Classes
Dec 7-9 .........Bookstore “Buy Back”                                                                           Begin (Fall)                                                 Deadline    Begin
Dec 9 ............. Fall quarter ends                                                               27             28          29               30
Dec 14 ............ Grades due for instructors
Dec 17 ...........Grades available to students on OASIS (fall)

*Instruction or final exams as required
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                                                                                                              LocATion KeY: how To Find Your cLASS
                                                                                                                ART      Art Building
                                                                                                                         Bremer Automotive Technology Center
                                                                                                                BAT
                                                                                                                         1600 Warren Avenue, Bremerton
                                                                                                                BSC      Bremer Student Center
                                                                                                                BUS      Business Building
                                                                                                                BWS      Bronze Works, Shelton
                                                                                                                CSC      College Service Center
                                                                                                                ENG      Engineering Building
                                                                                                                HOC      Health Occupations Building
                                                                                                                HUM      Humanities Building
                                                                                                                 HL      Haselwood Library
                                                                                                               HL 110    Distance Learning Classroom
                                                                                                               HL 114    TV Studio
                                                                                                               HL 127    Bibliographic Instruction Classroom
                                                                                                                MSI      Digital Midi Lab
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                                                                                                                MUS      Music Building
                                                                                                              NBK-BGR    Naval Base Kitsap - Bangor
                                                                                                                NHB      Naval Hospital Bremerton
                                                                                                                OCP      OC Poulsbo Main Building
                                                                                                                OCS      OC Shelton Main Building
                                                                                                                 PA      OC Shelton, Portable A
                                                                                                                 PB      OC Shelton, Portable B
                                                                                                                         Physical Therapist Assistant Classroom
                                                                                                                 PTA
                                                                                                                         19351 8th Ave. NE, Suite 200, Poulsbo
                                                                                                               Rotunda   Engineering Building
                                                                                                                  ST     Science & Technology Building
                                                                                                                 TJL     The Johnson Library, OC Shelton
                                                                                                                 TEC     Technical Building
                                                                                                                UQ1      University Quad Building 1

                                                                                                              ABBreViATionS
                                                                                                                         Automatic Registration Link Option: Registration
                                                                                                                ARLO     in a specific lab section will automatically provide
                                                                                                                         registration in the corresponding lecture section.
                                                                                                                 ARR     Arranged
                                                                                                                  CE     Continuous Enrollment
                                                                                                                  H*     Humanities
                                                                                                                H/SP*    Humanities/Skills Performance
                                                                                                                 NS*     Natural Science
                                                                                                                 SS*     Social Science
                                                                                                                 TBA     Intructor to be assigned
                                                                                                                         Hybrid: In addition to scheduled class time, course uses
                                                                                                                HYBD     online technology. Computer literacy required – contact
                                                                                                                         instructor for specifics. (To locate instructor, see www.
                                                                                                                         olympic.edu/CampusResources/Directory
                                                                                                                         Interactive Television: Classrooms at two or three
                                                                                                                 ITV     different campuses are linked by video cameras and
                                                                                                                         microphones. Instructor teaches from one location.

                                                                                                                           * Satisfies distribution requirements
                                                                                                              dAYS
                                                                                                                 M       Monday
                                                                                                                  T      Tuesday


                                   TESTING CENTER SERVICES  
                                                                                                                 W       Wednesday
                                                                                                                 Th      Thursday
                                                                                                                  F      Friday
                             Testing Services offers testing for:              Testing Center Locations:        Sa       Saturday
                              • OC Make‐up and Access testing                  OC Bremerton – CSC, Rm 417A       Su      Sunday
                              • GED Testing                                    360.475.7238                     ARR      Arranged
                              • Proctoring Services                            TestingCenter@olympic.edu      cAmpuS LocATionS
                              • Computer‐Based Industry Certifications
                                                                               OC Poulsbo – Rm 115B              ARR     Arranged
                             To make an appointment or for more                360.475.7238                     Brem     Bremerton
                             information, contact your campus testing          OCPTesting@olympic.edu            Poul    Poulsbo
                             center. Hours may vary by location and testing 
                             services.                                         OC Shelton – Rm 112               Shel    Shelton
                                                                               360.432.5400                    NBK-BGR   Naval Base Kitsap - Bangor
                                  www.olympic.edu/testingcenter                OCSTesting@olympic.edu           NHB      Naval Hospital Bremerton
                                                                                                                 TBA     Location to be assigned



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                                                                                                                                                               APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION
                                                                                                                                                              PLEASE TYPE OR PRINT WITH A BALL POINT PEN




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                            1600 Chester Avenue                                                 Have you ever applied or attended classes for                                                             Quarter you plan to start?
                         Bremerton, WA 98337-1699                                               credit offered by this college?     Yes    No                                                      If          Fall        Winter        Spring
                                                                                                yes, when? _______________________________                                                                      Summer                                Year ______
Social Security Number*                                                                         *Your social security number is confidential and, under a federal law called the Family Educational
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                                                                                                                                                                                                          Do you plan to transfer to                   Sex
                         -                        -                                             compliance with state/federal requirements, disclosure may be authorized for the purposes of
                                                                                                state and federal financial aid, Hope/Lifetime Learning tax credits, academic transcripts, or
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Your intended Major area of study                                                               accountability research. A College ID number will be assigned for use in all future College
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                   Advisor                            Student ID Number                              Quarter Code                      Student Program                    Date Application Rec’d
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Date of                         Month     Day   Year
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Birth:                        _______ / _____/ ______
Last Name                                                     First Name                                                    Middle                                                    List previous names
                                                                                                                                                                                      1. _____________________________________________
Address: number and street/P.O. Box                                                                                              Apt. No
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Which race do you consider yourself to be?                                  Residency for tuition purposes:                                                                           Are you a U.S. Citizen?                       Yes                No
(This question is optional. The information is used for statistical         1. Have you been a legal resident of Washington and lived continuously in
purposes only.)                                                             Washington for the last 12 months? _____ Yes _____ No                                                     If not a U.S. citizen, country of citizenship
        American Indian or Alaska Native (597)                              If no, how long have you lived continuously in Washington?                                                __________________________________
Print the name of the enrolled or principal tribe:                          _____ months
_________________________________                                               **A student cannot qualify as a legal resident of Washington for tuition
                                                                                calculation purposes if s/he possesses a valid out-of-state driver’ license,
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                                                                                resident in another state.                                                                                    International Student (with F or M Visa)
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        Korean (612)                                                        or legal guardian in the current calendar year? ____Yes ____ No                                                    Alien No. ________________________
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            application for admission
        Vietnamese (619)                                                        If YES, has your mother, father or legal guardian lived continuously in                                        Alien No. _________________________
        White (800)                                                             Washington for the past 12 months?
                                                                                                                                                                                              Refugee/Parolee or Conditional Entrant
       Other Asian (621)                                                        ____Yes ____ No
                                                                                                                                                                                               Alien No. _________________________
       Other Pacific Islander (681)                                                                                                                                                           Other Explain ______________________
                                                                            3. Will you be attending college with financial aid provided by a public or
        Other Race (799) (specify) _______________                          private non-federal agency or institution outside of Washington where state                               *SUBMIT A COPY OF YOUR IMMIGRATION DOCUMENTATION WITH
Are you of Spanish or Hispanic origin?                                      residency is a requirement for receiving that aid? ____Yes ____ No                                        THIS APPLICATION.
       No (999)
      Yes, Mexican, Mexican American, Chicano (722)                         4. Are you active duty military stationed in Washington?
      Yes, Cuban (709)                                                         ____Yes ____ No.
                                                                                                                                                                                              Please check if you have been in Washington state foster care for
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                                                                            in WA? ____Yes ____ No                                                                                    at least one year since your 16th birthday. You may be eligible for
Specify: __________________                                                                                                                                                           additional financial aid.


Email:                                                                      Branch: Bremerton ____ Shelton _____ Poulsbo _____                                                                          Residency Code               Fee Pay Status
                                                                            Bangor/Naval Hosp _____

GED test taken?           Yes            No                       Pre-college tests taken: ACCUPLACER ASSET COMPASS                                                             Veterans and/or dependents may quality for educational benefits.
If yes, date earned _________________                             Year ______ Where_________________________                                                                    Check here to receive additional information. 
Where? ____________________________
Name of last high school attended                                                                  HS Code          City and State                                                                        Years attended                          Graduated
                                                                                                                                                                                                          From         To                             Yes, Year ____
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Year______ Year _____                        No, Highest Grade
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  completed ___
Name of last college, vocational/technical school attended                                          Code            City and State                                                                        Years attended                          Graduated
                                                                                                                                                                                                          From         To                              Yes, Year ____
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Year______ Year _____                        No
Name of other college, vocational/technical school attended                                         Code            City and State                                                                        Years attended                          Graduated
                                                                                                                                                                                                          From         To                              Yes, Year ____
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Year______ Year _____                        No
Name of other college, vocational/technical school attended                                         Code            City and State                                                                        Years attended                          Graduated
                                                                                                                                                                                                          From         To                              Yes, Year ____
                                                                                                                                                                                                          Year______ Year _____                        No
                                                                       List any additional colleges and vocational/technical schools on a separate sheet of paper and attach.
I certify to the best of my knowledge all statements on this form are true.

Print Name ____________________________________                              Signature ______________________________________________________ Date________________________




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                            12        summer/fall 2009 The View Class Schedule
                  adult ed/esol classes – all sites
                                                                                 adult education/ged preparation* classes
 adult ed/esol summer/fall credit classes                                        For students who need to build their basic skills in preparation to take
 This section provides an overview of Adult Ed/ESOL offerings and                the GED. Communication skills (reading and writing), math and GED
 Summer/Fall classes.                                                            Preparation classes offered. GED preparation online courses are available,
                                                                                 contact Cindy Metcalf (cmetcalf@olympic.edu)
                                                                                 May be available at no cost. To see if you qualify, please contact
english for speakers of other languages                                          360.475.7550.
(esol)* classes                                                                  NOTE: *Financial Aid is not available for Adult Basic Education
English for Speakers of Other Languages classes (from beginning to               and ESOL classes. Only credit classes other than ABE/ESOL can be
advanced levels) are offered at OC Bremerton, OC Shelton, Belfair and in         considered for awarding Federal/State Aid.
Poulsbo. Students gain skills in speaking, listening, reading, and writing.
For program information or to make an appointment to attend a new                Adult Education/gEd Preparation
student orientation, please contact:
                                                                                 Orientation Sessions
OC Bremerton 360.475.7278
                                                                                 Students MUST attend an orientation class before enrolling. In this
OC Shelton         360.432.5400/360.432.5471
                                                                                 class they will learn about the program, set learning goals, take placement
Belfair            360.475.7278
                                                                                 tests to determine the classes they will need, and register. A fee of $25
Este programa es para personas que quieren aprender inglés y consiste
                                                                                 per quarter is charged. Waivers are available for low-income students.
en instruir y mejorar sus habilidades en el discurso, escuchar, la lectura y
                                                                                 Students under 19 years old must provide a High School Release form.
escribir del nivel básico al avanzado.
Pide una cita de orientación por teléfono.                                       Bremerton Orientations:
en Bremerton 360.475.7278                                                        Orientations are held at Olympic College Bremerton in the Health
en Belfair         360.475.7278                                                  Occupations Building, Room 142. Students must attend the entire session
en Poulsbo         360.475.7278                                                  in order to register. Call 360.475.7550 for an appointment or to inquire
en Shelton         360.432.5400/360.432.5471                                     about orientation dates.
NOTE: *Financial Aid is not available for Adult Basic Education
                                                                                 Shelton Orientations:
and ESOL classes. Only credit classes other than ABE/ESOL can be
                                                                                 Orientations held at Olympic College Shelton. Call 360.432.5400 or
considered for awarding Federal/State Aid.
                                                                                 360.432.5471 to make an appointment or inquire about additional
                                                                                 orientation dates.
ESOL Orientation Sessions
Orientation/assessment, 3.0 score or instructor permission required for
ESOL classes.                                                                    i-Best classes
Students enrolling in English for Speakers of Other Languages MUST                INTEGRATED BASIC EDUCATION AND SKILLS TRAINING (I-BEST)
attend an orientation class before enrolling. In this class they will learn      I-BEST programs combine college-level professional-technical certificates with
about the program, set learning goals, take placement tests to determine         English language and basic skills instruction. Students have two teachers in
the classes they will need, and register. A fee of $25 per quarter is charged.   each class. One focuses on professional-technical skills, the other teaches basic
Waivers are available for low-income students. Students under 19 years old       skills and English language skills. Basic skills include math, reading, writing,
                                                                                 computer skills, student success strategies, and educational/career planning.
must provide a High School Release form.                                         For more information, call Pat Denzer at 360.475.7408.
                                                                                  Prerequisite: Orientation/qualifying score on state standardized assessment.
 ADESL 009      ORIENTATION TO ESL                                         CE
Introduction to the ESL program and Olympic College helps them to set            Early Childhood Education: Fall Quarter




                                                                                                                                                                      adult ed/esol credit classes
goals and make an educational plan, and helps them learn to use available         A two-quarter program series of short-term certificates that focus on Early
resources and assess their own progress toward their goals. The course may        Childhood Education (ECE) practices. It prepares basic skills and English
be taken twice each year of participation in the program. (Pass/No Credit)        language learners for various entry level positions in ECE.
                                                                                 Manufacturing:- Summer and Fall Quarter
Prerequisite: Required for all new students in ESL classes.                       A two-quarter program providing training designed to prepare students for
                                                                                  entry-level positions in manufacturing.
Bremerton Orientations:
Orientations will be held at Olympic College Bremerton in the Art                Nursing Assistant: Summer and Fall Quarter
Building, Room 106 and 106A. Enter through Room 107. To make an                   A two-quarter program short-term certificate that prepares individuals for
                                                                                  the certification exam as a Nursing Assistant Certified (NAC). It prepares
appointment or inquire about orientation dates, call 360.475.7278.                basic skills and English language learners for entry-level positions in health
                                                                                  care as nursing assistants.
Poulsbo Orientations:
Orientations will be held at Olympic College Poulsbo. Call 360.475.7278          Welding (Shelton): Fall Quarter
to inquire about orientation dates and make an appointment. Classes may           This two-quarter program provides the knowledge and skills to perform
                                                                                  precision metal cutting with a concentration on worker and equipment safety.
be available at no cost. To see if you qualify, please contact 360.475.7278.      It prepares basic skills and English language learners for entry-level metal
                                                                                  cutting positions in the welding industry. Completers have the option to
Shelton ESOL Orientations:                                                        continue in the Welding Program.
Orientations will be held at Olympic College Shelton. Call 360.432.5400
or 360.432.5471 to inquire about orientation dates and to make an
appointment. For Belfair classes, call 360.475.7278. Classes may be
available at no cost. To see if you qualify, please contact 360.475.7278.




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                                adult education/esol credit classes

                                                                                                                                  ADESL 069         ESL 5: READING/WRITING                                           CE
                                       summer adult education/esol                                                               For students with high level of English fluency.
                                                                                                                                 Required: Orientation/assessment or permission of instructor.
                                       classes – all sites                                                                       1:00p- 4:15p        TTh       Brem-UQ1 000D               Fritz B         1- 7cr   1167
                                                                                                                                 6:00p- 9:00p        TTh       Poul-OCP 107                Fritz B         1- 5cr   8128
                                   english for speakers of other languages (esol)*                                               5:30p- 8:30p        MW        Shel-OCS 118                Gray R          1- 5cr   7168
                                                                                                                                 6:00p- 9:00p        MW        Belfair Boys & Girls Club Rush A            1- 5cr   7161
                                College Level English for Non-Native Speakers: See College Level Intensive
                                English (CLIE) in the Credit Classes section.                                                     ADESL 071 ESOL BRIDGE 6 READING/WRITING                                            CE
                                                                                                                                 For advanced level learners to prepare for matriculating to college credit classes.
                                ADESL 040          ESOL 2 SPEAKING/LISTENING                                              CE     (Pass/No Credit)
                               For students at a low beginning level of language learning. (Pass/No Credit)
                                                                                                                                 Required: Orientation/assessment or permission of instructor.
                               Required: Orientation/assessment; 3.0 score in the previous level and/or instructor permission.   1:00p- 4:15p        TTh       Brem-UQ1 000D               Fritz B         1- 7cr 1168
                               9:00a-12:00p          MW         Brem-SHP 200                    O’Brien C        1- 5cr 1160     5:30p- 8:30p        MW        Shel-OCS 118                Gray R          1- 5cr 7169
                                ADESL 050          ESOL 3 SPEAKING/LISTENING                                              CE      ADESL 085 ADvANCED PRONUNCIATION ESL                                             CE
                               For students at a high-beginning level of language learning. (Pass/No Credit)                     Improve pronunciation of American English for academic/workplace settings.
                               Required: Orientation/assessment; 3.0 score in the previous level and/or instructor permission.   Required: Orientation/Placement testing.
                               9:00a-12:00p          MW         Brem-ART 106                    Potter S         1- 5cr 1162     12:45p- 2:00p       TTh      Brem-ART 106A                Potter S          2cr 1174
                                ADESL 060          ESL 4: SPEAKING/LISTENING                                              CE
                               For students at a high-intermediate/low-advanced level of language learning.                                                adult Basic education
                               Required: Orientation/assessment or permission of instructor.                                      Orientation/placement or permission of instructor/educational planner is
                               1:00p- 4:00p         MW       Brem-ART 106                  Potter S           1- 5cr 1179         required for all Adult Education classes. (All classes except for "Basic Skills
                                                                                                                                  for the Workplace" are Pass/No Credit.)
                                ADESL 068          ESOL 5 BRIDGE SPEAKING/LISTENING                                       CE
                               For high intermediate level learners to prepare for advanced English classes.                      ADABE 011         BASIC SKILLS FOR THE WORKPLACE                                   CE
                                                                                                                                 Prepares students for entry-level job search and employment.
                               Required: Orientation/assessment or permission of instructor.
                                                                                                                                 12:30p- 3:30p       MW    Shel-PA 001                     Creswell L      1- 5cr 7108
                               1:00p- 4:00p         MW       Brem-ART 106                  Potter S           1- 5cr 1180
                                                                                                                                  ADABE 041         COMMUNICATION SKILLS 2                                         CE
                                ADESL 070          ESOL BRIDGE 6 SPEAKING/LISTENING                                       CE     Read for literal comprehension, find and interpret information from common
                               For advanced level learners to prepare for matriculating to college credit classes.               references, write several related sentences, and use a computer for routine tasks.
                               (Pass/No Credit)
                                                                                                                                 11:15a-12:50p       MTWTh Brem-HOC 142                    Prentiss T      1- 6cr 1074
                               Required: Orientation/assessment; 3.0 score in the previous level and/or instructor permission.
                               1:00p- 4:00p          MW         Brem-ART 106                    Potter S         1- 5cr 1181      ADABE 051         COMMUNICATION SKILLS 3                                         CE
                                                                                                                                 Identify goals, define and support a reading purpose, write clear narratives of a
                                ADESL 031          ESL 1: READING/WRITING                                                 CE     paragraph or more, and use a computer to perform routine tasks.
                               Introduction to basic survival English; for true language beginners.                              8:30a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-HOC 139                    TBA             1- 5cr 1050
                               Required: Orientation/assessment or permission of instructor.                                     11:15a-12:50p       MTWTh Brem-HOC 142                    Prentiss T      1- 6cr 1075
                               6:00p- 9:00p        TTh       Brem-ART 106                Rush A                  5cr    1159
                               6:00p- 9:00p        TTh       Poul-OCP 010                Katsikapes A            5cr    8141      ADABE 061         COMMUNICATION SKILLS 4                                         CE
                                                                                                                                 Use reading and writing skills in personally relevant contexts, use resources to collect
                               5:30p- 8:30p        MW        Shel-PB 001                 Hardin C                5cr    7172     and interpret information, and use a computer to perform routine tasks.
                               6:00p- 9:00p        MW        Belfair Boys & Girls Club Rush A                    5cr    7157     8:30a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-HOC 139                    TBA             1- 5cr 1051
                                ADESL 041          ESOL 2 READING/WRITING                                                 CE     11:15a-12:50p       MTWTh Brem-HOC 142                    Prentiss T      1- 6cr 1076
                               For students at a low beginning level of language learning. (Pass/No Credit)                       ADABE 071         COMMUNICATION SKILLS 5                                         CE
                               Required: Orientation/assessment; 3.0 score in the previous level and/or instructor permission.   Write clearly using standard grammar, usage, and punctuation; collect, interpret,
                               9:00a-12:00p          TTh        Brem-SHP 200                    Rush A           1- 5cr 1161     and integrate information using multiple resources; use a computer to complete
adult ed/esol credit classes




                               6:00p- 9:00p          MW         Brem-ART 106                    Katsikapes A 1- 5cr 1158         routine tasks.
                               6:00p- 9:00p          TTh        Poul-OCP 220                    O’Brien C        1- 5cr 8121     8:30a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-HOC 139                    TBA             1- 5cr 1052
                               5:30p- 8:30p          MW         Shel-PB 001                     Hardin C         1- 5cr 7173     11:15a-12:50p       MTWTh Brem-HOC 142                    Prentiss T      1- 6cr 1077
                               6:00p- 9:00p          MW         Belfair Boys & Girls Club Rush A                 1- 5cr 7158      ADABE 081         COMMUNICATION SKILLS 6                                         CE
                                ADESL 051          ESOL 3 READING/WRITING                                                 CE     Write clearly using standard grammar, usage, and punctuation; collect, interpret,
                               For students at a high-beginning level of language learning. (Pass/No Credit)                     and integrate information using multiple resources; use a computer to complete
                                                                                                                                 routine tasks.
                               Required: Orientation/assessment; 3.0 score in the previous level and/or instructor permission.   11:15a-12:50p       MTWTh Brem-HOC 142                    Prentiss T      1- 6cr 1078
                               9:00a-12:15p          TTh        Brem-ART 106                    Potter S         1- 5cr 1163
                               6:00p- 9:00p          TTh        Poul-OCP 220                    O’Brien C        1- 5cr 8122      ADABE 042         MATH 2                                                         CE
                               5:30p- 8:30p          TTh        Shel-PB 001                     Gray R           1- 5cr 7166     Identify where math is used in real life situations and can process whole number
                               6:00p- 9:00p          MW         Belfair Boys & Girls Club Rush A                 1- 5cr 7159     operations in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, and find averages.
                                                                                                                                 10:00a-11:50a       MTWTh Brem-HOC 139                    TBA           1- 6cr 1037
                                ADESL 061          ESOL 4 READING/WRITING                                                 CE     1:00p- 2:50p        MTWTh Brem-HOC 142                    Prentiss T    1- 6cr 1134
                               For students at a low-intermediate level of language learning. (Pass/No Credit)                   12:30p- 3:30p       TTh   Shel-PA 001                     Eidenmuller A 1- 5cr 7149
                               Required: Orientation/assessment; 3.0 score in the previous level and/or instructor permission.
                                                                                                                                  ADABE 052         MATH 3                                                       CE
                               1:00p- 4:00p          TTh        Brem-ART 106                    O’Brien C        1- 5cr 1165     Solve problems using whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, and
                               6:00p- 9:00p          TTh        Poul-OCP 107                    Fritz B          1- 5cr 8127     proportions, and will be introduced to signed numbers and scientific notation.
                               5:30p- 8:30p          TTh        Shel-PB 001                     Gray R           1- 5cr 7167     10:00a-11:50a       MTWTh      Brem-HOC 139               TBA             1- 6cr   1038
                               6:00p- 9:00p          MW         Belfair Boys & Girls Club Rush A                 1- 5cr 7160     1:00p- 2:50p        MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142               Prentiss T      1- 6cr   1135
                                                                                                                                 4:00p- 7:00p        MW         Brem-HOC 142               Prentiss T      1- 5cr   1125
                                                                                                                                 12:30p- 3:30p       TTh        Shel-PA 001                Eidenmuller A   1- 5cr   7150
                                   how to read this schedule p.10. check oasis at www.olympic.edu/oasis for class changes. locations: Brem=Bremerton, poul=poulsbo, shel=shelton

                                  14       summer/fall 2009 The View Class Schedule
                                                                                                                             adult education/esol credit classes

 ADABE 062          MATH 4                                                               CE    6:00p- 8:30p            MW           Poul-OCP 119                     TBA               1- 5cr    8120
Problem solve using whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, and                  1:00p- 3:30p            MW           Shel-Prince of Peace Church TBA                    1- 5cr    7133
proportions, perimeter, area, volume, simple interest, and charts, graphs, and tables.         5:30p- 8:00p            MW           Shel-OCS 118              Gray R                   1- 5cr    7166
10:00a-11:50a        MTWTh        Brem-HOC 139                 TBA             1- 6cr   1039   6:00p- 8:30p            MW           Belfair Boys & Girls Club TBA                      1- 5cr    7159
1:00p- 2:50p         MTWTh        Brem-HOC 142                 Prentiss T      1- 6cr   1136
4:00p- 7:00p         MW           Brem-HOC 142                 Prentiss T      1- 5cr   1126    ADESL 060            ESL 4: SPEAKING/LISTENING                                                     CE
12:30p- 3:30p        TTh          Shel-PA 001                  Eidenmuller A   1- 5cr   7151   Build upon language skills beyond intermediate English; for students at a high-
                                                                                               intermediate/low-advanced level of language learning.
 ADABE 072          MATH 5                                                               CE    Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment or permission of instructor.
Further develop skills to effectively communicate and use mathematical operations
up to introductory algebra and geometry.                                                       1:00p- 3:30p         MW         Brem-ART 106               TBA                          1- 5cr 1164
                                                                                               6:00p- 8:30p         MW         NBK-Bangor                 TBA                          1- 5cr 6294
1:00p- 2:50p         MTWTh Brem-HOC 142                        Prentiss T    1- 6cr 1137
                                                                                                  Contact OC at NBK-Bangor for civilian access 360.697.3656.
4:00p- 7:00p         MW    Brem-HOC 142                        Prentiss T    1- 5cr 1127
12:30p- 3:30p        TTh   Shel-PA 001                         Eidenmuller A 1- 5cr 7152       6:00p- 8:30p            MW           Poul-OCP 010                     TBA               1- 5cr    8125
                                                                                               1:00p- 3:30p            MW           Shel-Prince of Peace Church TBA                    1- 5cr    7134
 ADABE 082          MATH 6                                                           CE        5:30p- 8:00p            MW           Shel-OCS 118              Gray R                   1- 5cr    7167
Further develop the ability to use skills to effectively communicate and use                   6:00p- 8:30p            MW           Belfair Boys & Girls Club TBA                      1- 5cr    7160
mathematical operations up to and including introductory algebra and geometry.
4:00p- 7:00p          MW          Brem-HOC 142                 Prentiss T      1- 5cr 1128      ADESL 068            ESOL 5 BRIDGE SPEAKING/LISTENING                                              CE
                                                                                               Build upon language skills beyond low intermediate English for high intermediate
                                                                                               level learners to prepare for advanced English classes.
        fall adult education/esol                                                              Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment or permission of instructor.
                                                                                               1:00p- 3:30p            MW           Brem-ART 123                     TBA               1- 5cr 1180
        classes – all sites                                                                    6:00p- 8:30p            MW           NBK-Bangor
                                                                                                  Contact OC at NBK-Bangor for civilian access 360.697.3656.
                                                                                                                                                                     TBA               1- 5cr 6295

    english for speakers of other languages (esol)*                                            6:00p- 8:30p           MW      Poul-OCP 010              TBA         1- 5cr 8126
                                                                                               5:30p- 8:00p           MW      Shel-PA 001               Thomasson G 1- 5cr 7168
 For College Level English for Non-Native Speakers see College Level                           6:00p- 8:30p           MW      Belfair Boys & Girls Club TBA         1- 5cr 7161
 Intensive English (CLIE) in the Credit Classes section.
                                                                                                ADESL 070            ESOL BRIDGE 6 SPEAKING/LISTENING                       CE
 ADESL 020          ESL CIvICS EDUCATION                                                 CE    Build upon language skills beyond high intermediate English; for advanced level
Introduction to broad concepts and responsibilities involved in participating as a             learners to prepare for matriculating to college credit classes. (Pass/No Credit)
member of a community while building English language communication skills.                    Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment; score of 3.0 in the previous level and/or permission of instructor.
Out of class and classroom based activities designed to promote active involvement
                                                                                               1:00p- 3:30p           MW      Brem-ART 123                           TBA         1- 5cr 1181
within the local community. Students who are entering the U.S. citizenship process
will learn about the application process and be introduced to the knowledge
                                                                                               5:30p- 8:00p           MW      Shel-PA 001                            Thomasson G 1- 5cr 7169
resources needed to proceed toward citizenship.                                                 ADESL 041            ESOL 2 READING/WRITING                                              CE
9:00a-12:00p          F           Brem-ART 106                 TBA               3cr 1170      Build upon language skills beyond beginning English literacy; for students at a
                                                                                               low beginning level of language learning. (Pass/No Credit)
 ADESL 030          ESL 1: SPEAKING/LISTENING                                            CE    Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment; score of 3.0 in the previous level and/or permission of instructor.
Introduction to basic survival English; for students who are true language beginners.          9:00a-11:30a           TTh     Brem-SHP 200                           McMannon G 1- 5cr 1161
Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment or permission of instructor.                              6:00p- 8:30p           TTh     Poul-OCP 004C                          TBA        1- 5cr 8121
6:00p- 8:30p         TTh        Brem-ART 106A               TBA                1- 5cr   1159
6:00p- 8:30p         TTh        Poul-OCP 220                TBA                1- 5cr   8141    ADESL 051            ESOL 3 READING/WRITING                                             CE
1:00p- 3:30p         MW         Shel-Prince of Peace Church TBA                1- 5cr   7131   Build upon language skills beyond low-beginning English literacy; for students at
                                                                                               a high-beginning level of language learning. (Pass/No Credit)
5:30p- 8:00p         MW         Shel-PB 001                 Hardin C           1- 5cr   7172
                                                                                               Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment; score of 3.0 in the previous level and/or permission of instructor.
6:00p- 8:30p         MW         Belfair Boys & Girls Club TBA                  1- 5cr   7157
                                                                                               9:00a-11:30a           TTh     Brem-ART 106                           Fjaerestad I      1- 5cr 1163




                                                                                                                                                                                                           adult ed/esol credit classes
 ADESL 040          ESOL 2 SPEAKING/LISTENING                                            CE    6:00p- 8:30p           TTh     Poul-OCP 004C                          TBA               1- 5cr 8122
Build upon language skills beyond beginning English literacy; for students who
are at a low beginning level of language learning. (Pass/No Credit)                             ADESL 061            ESOL 4 READING/WRITING                                                    CE
                                                                                               Build upon language skills beyond low-beginning English literacy; for students at
Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment; score of 3.0 in the previous level and/or                a low-intermediate level of language learning. (Pass/No Credit)
permission of instructor.                                                                      Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment; score of 3.0 in the previous level and/or permission of instructor.
9:00a-11:30a         MW         Brem-SHP 200                McMannon G 1- 5cr 1160             1:00p- 3:30p           TTh      Brem-ART 106                          McMannon G 1- 5cr 1165
6:00p- 8:30p         MW         Brem-ART 106                TBA            1- 5cr 1158         6:00p- 8:30p           TTh      Poul-OCP 010                          TBA        1- 5cr 8127
6:00p- 8:30p         MW         NBK-Bangor                  TBA            1- 5cr 6292
  Contact OC at NBK-Bangor for civilian access 360.697.3656.                                    ADESL 069            ESL 5: READING/WRITING                                             CE
                                                                                               Build upon advanced language skills; for students with a high level of English
6:00p- 8:30p          MW          Poul-OCP 119                TBA              1- 5cr   8119
                                                                                               fluency.
1:00p- 3:30p          MW          Shel-Prince of Peace Church TBA              1- 5cr   7132
                                                                                               Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment or permission of instructor.
5:30p- 8:00p          MW          Shel-PB 001                 Hardin C         1- 5cr   7173
                                                                                               9:00a-11:30a            TTh          Brem-HUM 117                     TBA               1- 7cr 1172
6:00p- 8:30p          MW          Belfair Boys & Girls Club TBA                1- 5cr   7158
                                                                                                  and 2:30p- 3:30p TTh Brem-HUM 116
 ADESL 050          ESOL 3 SPEAKING/LISTENING                                            CE    12:00p- 2:30p           TTh          Brem-UQ1 000D                    Fjaerestad I      1- 7cr 1167
Build upon language skills beyond low-beginning English literacy; for students at                 and 2:30p- 3:30p TTh Brem-ENG 114
a high-beginning level of language learning. (Pass/No Credit)
                                                                                               6:00p- 8:30p            TTh          Poul-OCP 010                     TBA               1- 5cr 8128
Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment; score of 3.0 in the previous level and/or
permission of instructor.
9:00a-11:30a         MW         Brem-ART 106                Fjaerestad I 1- 5cr 1162
6:00p- 8:30p         MW         NBK-Bangor                  TBA            1- 5cr 6293
  Contact OC at NBK-Bangor for civilian access 360.697.3656.
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                                adult education/esol credit classes

                                ADESL 071         ESOL BRIDGE 6 READING/WRITING                                    CE      ADABE 081        COMMUNICATION SKILLS 6                                           CE
                               Builds upon language skills beyond high intermediate English; for advanced level           Write clearly using standard grammar, usage, and punctuation; collect, interpret,
                               learners to prepare for matriculating to college credit classes. (Pass/No Credit)          and integrate information using multiple resources; and use a computer to complete
                               Prerequisite: Orientation/assessment or permission of instructor.                          routine tasks.
                               9:00a-11:30a         TTh        Brem-HUM 117              TBA             1- 7cr 1173      3:30p- 6:00p        MW         Brem-HOC 142              Goad C          1- 5cr 1058
                                 and 2:30p- 3:30p TTh Brem-HUM 116
                               12:00p- 2:30p        TTh        Brem-UQ1 000D             Fjaerestad I    1- 7cr 1168           Learning Community (9-Credit Combination)
                                 and 2:30p- 3:30p TTh Brem-ENG 114                                                         MATHABILITy (ADABE 042-072, GEN-S 099, GEN-S 101, GEN-S 163)
                                                                                                                          Adult Basic Education Math, Intro to College Study Skills, Orientation to College,
                                ADESL 085         ADvANCED PRONUNCIATION ESL                                       CE     Psychology of Self-Esteem (Credits: 5 ABE, 2 pre-college, 2 college)
                               Improve pronunciation of American English for academic and workplace settings.
                               Prerequisite: Orientation/Placement testing.                                                  See Learning Communities section for details.
                               11:45a-12:45p        MW         Brem-ART 106              McMannon G        2cr 1169
                               11:45a-12:45p        MW         Brem-ART 106A             TBA               2cr 1174
                               11:45a-12:45p        TTh        Brem-ART 106              TBA               2cr 1171        ADABE 042        MATH 2                                                           CE
                                                                                                                          Identify where math is used in real life situations and process whole number operations
                                ADESL 086         CONvERSATIONAL ENGLISH                                           CE     in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division, and find averages.
                               Students develop conversational skills in English by discussing self, family, work,        9:30a-10:50a        MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              Greig P         1- 6cr   1114
                               community and current events.                                                              11:10a- 1:00p MTWTh 10/5-12/9 Brem-ENG 115A              Greig P         1- 6cr   1037
                               12:00p- 2:00p        F          Brem-ART 106              TBA               2cr 1177       2:05p- 3:30p        MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              Prentiss T      1- 6cr   1134
                                ADESL 087         FUNDAMENTALS OF GRAMMAR                                          CE     5:00p- 7:30p        TTh        Brem-HOC 142              Wendland T      1- 5cr   1118
                               A review of English grammar for non-native English speakers who have an                    5:00p- 8:00p        TTh        Poul-OCP 107              Orando L        1- 6cr   8135
                               intermediate or advanced vocabulary.                                                       12:15p- 3:15p       TTh        Shel-PA 001               Eidenmuller A   1- 6cr   7149
                               Prerequisite: Orientation.                                                                  ADABE 052        MATH 3                                                           CE
                               2:00p- 4:00p         F          Brem-ART 106              TBA               2cr 1176       Solve problems using whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, and
                                                                                                                          proportions, and will be introduced to signed numbers and scientific notation.
                                                            adult Basic education                                         9:30a-10:50a        MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              Greig P         1- 6cr   1115
                                Orientation/placement or permission of instructor/educational planner is                  11:10a- 1:00p MTWTh 10/5-12/9 Brem-ENG 115A              Greig P         1- 6cr   1038
                                required for all Adult Education classes. (All classes except for "Basic Skills           2:05p- 3:30p        MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              Prentiss T      1- 6cr   1135
                                for the Workplace" are Pass/No Credit.)                                                   5:00p- 7:30p        TTh        Brem-HOC 142              Wendland T      1- 5cr   1119
                                ADABE 011         BASIC SKILLS FOR THE WORKPLACE                                   CE     6:00p- 9:00p        MW         Brem-HOC 142              Scott S         1- 6cr   1125
                               Prepares students for entry-level job search and employment.                               5:00p- 8:00p        TTh        Poul-OCP 107              Orando L        1- 6cr   8136
                               6:00p- 8:00p         TTh        Shel-TJL 121              Creswell L      1- 4cr 7108      12:15p- 3:15p       TTh        Shel-PA 001               Eidenmuller A   1- 6cr   7150

                                ADABE 041         COMMUNICATION SKILLS 2                                           CE      ADABE 062        MATH 4                                                           CE
                                                                                                                          Problem solve using whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, ratios, and
                               Read for literal comprehension, find and interpret information from common
                                                                                                                          proportions, perimeter, area, volume, simple interest, and charts, graphs, and tables.
                               references, write several related sentences, and use a computer for routine tasks.
                                                                                                                          9:30a-10:50a        MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              Greig P         1- 6cr   1116
                               8:00a- 9:05a         MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              TBA             1- 5cr 1034      11:10a- 1:00p MTWTh 10/5-12/9 Brem-ENG 115A              Greig P         1- 6cr   1039
                               1:00p- 2:05p         MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              Prentiss T      1- 5cr 1074      2:05p- 3:30p        MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              Prentiss T      1- 6cr   1136
                               3:30p- 6:00p         MW         Brem-HOC 142              Goad C          1- 5cr 1054      5:00p- 7:30p        TTh        Brem-HOC 142              Wendland T      1- 5cr   1120
                                ADABE 051         COMMUNICATION SKILLS 3                                           CE     6:00p- 9:00p        MW         Brem-HOC 142              Scott S         1- 6cr   1126
                               Identify goals, define and support a reading purpose, write clear narratives of a          5:00p- 8:00p        TTh        Poul-OCP 107              Orando L        1- 6cr   8137
                               paragraph or more, and use a computer to perform routine tasks.                            12:15p- 3:15p       TTh        Shel-PA 001               Eidenmuller A   1- 6cr   7151
                               8:00a- 9:05a         MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              TBA             1- 5cr   1035     ADABE 072        MATH 5                                                           CE
                               9:30a-10:50a MTWTh 10/5-12/9 Brem-SHP 115                 TBA             1- 5cr   1050
adult ed/esol credit classes




                                                                                                                          Further develop skills to effectively communicate and use mathematical operations
                               1:00p- 2:05p         MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              Prentiss T      1- 5cr   1075    up to introductory algebra and geometry.
                               3:30p- 6:00p         MW         Brem-HOC 142              Goad C          1- 5cr   1055    2:05p- 3:30p        MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              Prentiss T      1- 6cr   1137
                                ADABE 061         COMMUNICATION SKILLS 4                                           CE     5:00p- 7:30p        TTh        Brem-HOC 142              Wendland T      1- 5cr   1121
                               Use reading and writing skills in personally relevant contexts, use resources to collect   6:00p- 9:00p        MW         Brem-HOC 142              Scott S         1- 6cr   1127
                               and interpret information, and use a computer to perform routine tasks.                    5:00p- 8:00p        TTh        Poul-OCP 107              Orando L        1- 6cr   8138
                               8:00a- 9:05a         MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              TBA             1- 5cr   1036    12:15p- 3:15p       TTh        Shel-PA 001               Eidenmuller A   1- 6cr   7152
                               9:30a-10:50a MTWTh 10/5-12/9 Brem-SHP 115                 TBA             1- 5cr   1051     ADABE 082        MATH 6                                                           CE
                               1:00p- 2:05p         MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              Prentiss T      1- 5cr   1076    Further develop the ability to use skills to effectively communicate and use
                               3:30p- 6:00p         MW         Brem-HOC 142              Goad C          1- 5cr   1056    mathematical operations up to and including introductory algebra and geometry.
                                ADABE 071         COMMUNICATION SKILLS 5                                           CE     6:00p- 9:00p       MW     Brem-HOC 142                   Scott S         1- 6cr 1128
                               Write clearly using standard grammar, usage, and punctuation; collect, interpret,           ADABE 090        READING COMPREHENSION 2                                        CE
                               and integrate information using multiple resources, and use a computer to complete         Read and comprehend words in a simple text, slowly and with few errors, to
                               routine tasks.                                                                             independently accomplish simple, well-defined and structured reading activities.
                               9:30a-10:50a MTWTh 10/5-12/9 Brem-SHP 115              TBA           1- 5cr 1052           11:00a- 1:00p      MTW    Brem-HOC 142                   Gray K          1- 6cr 1078
                               1:00p- 2:05p         MTWTh      Brem-HOC 142              Prentiss T      1- 5cr 1077
                               3:30p- 6:00p         MW         Brem-HOC 142              Goad C          1- 5cr 1057       ADABE 091        READING COMPREHENSION 3                                        CE
                                                                                                                          Quickly and accurately read and comprehend words and word groups in simple text
                                                                                                                          to independently accomplish well-defined and structured reading activities.
                                                                                                                          11:00a- 1:00p       MTW        Brem-HOC 142              Gray K          1- 6cr 1079

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 ADABE 092        READING COMPREHENSION 4                                          CE
Read a variety of texts at an appropriate pace and with good comprehension to
independently accomplish structured, complex reading activities.                         WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
11:00a- 1:00p      MTW    Brem-HOC 142                   Gray K          1- 6cr 1080     Olympic College offers degrees and certificates in these exciting
 ADABE 093        READING COMPREHENSION 5                                        CE      Professional and Technical programs...
Read dense or multipart texts at an appropriate pace and with good comprehension         •   Accounting
to independently accomplish structured, complex reading activities.
                                                                                         •   Automotive Technology
11:00a- 1:00p      MTW    Brem-HOC 142                   Gray K          1- 6cr 1081
                                                                                         •   Aviation Technology-Professional Pilot
 ADABE 094        READING COMPREHENSION 6                                        CE      •   Business Management
Read long, complex texts at an appropriate pace and with good comprehension to
independently accomplish structured, complex reading activities.                         •   Computer Information Systems
11:00a- 1:00p       MTW       Brem-HOC 142               Gray K          1- 6cr 1082     •   Cosmetology
                                                                                         •   Criminal Justice
                              ged preparation
                                                                                         •   Culinary Arts
Orientation/placement testing or permission of instructor/educational
planner required.                                                                        •   Early Childhood Education
                                                                                         •   Environmental Studies NEW!
 ADABE 079        GED PREPARATION                                                  CE
Develop the reading, writing, and math skills necessary for completion of the five       •   Electronics
tests of the GED. (Pass/No Credit)                                                       •   Fire Service
9:00a-12:00p       MW         Shel-PA 001                 Thomasson G    1- 6cr   7111   •   Fire Service Management & Admin.
9:00a-12:00p       TTh        Shel-PA 001                 EidenmullerA   1- 6cr   7112   •   Human Services
12:30p- 3:30p      MW         Shel-PA 001                 Thomasson G    1- 6cr   7105   •   Integrated Multimedia
5:30p- 8:30p       TTh        Shel-PA 001                 EidenmullerA   1- 6cr   7113
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses (Permission required) TBA       1- 6cr   1023   •   Manufacturing Technology NEW!
                                                                                         •   Medical Assisting
                                                                                         •   Nursing/Health Care
                                                                                         •   Office Technology
                                                                                         •   Organizational Leadership/Resource
                                                                                             Management
                                                                                         •   Para Educator
                                                                                         •   Phlebotomy
                                                                                         •   Physical Therapist Assistant
                                                                                         •   Technical Design
                                                                                         •   Welding Technology Now in Shelton!


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             Fall Semester Classes Begin                                                           Worker Retraining Program
                   August 29, 2009                                                       To qualify for worker retraining assistance (college
                                                                                         tuition, books, transportation, childcare, living expenses)
                                                                                         you must have met one of the following criteria:




                                                                                                                                                                     adult ed/esol credit classes
                                                                                         • Collected Washington State unemployment insurance (UI) in the
                                                                                             past 24 months, or
          Spring Semester Classes Begin                                                  •   Been determined eligible to collect WA state UI, or

                    January 8, 2010                                                      •
                                                                                         •
                                                                                             Received a lay-off notice, or
                                                                                             Are a displaced homemaker, or have been displaced self-employed.
                                                                                         •   Honorably discharged veteran within the last 24 months or
                                                                                         •   Disaster impacted worker within the last 24 months.
      For more information on ODU’s 33 bachelor and
      master degrees, including Human Services,                                                                WorkFirst Services
      Health Science, Criminal Justice and Education,                                        Tuition Assistance may be available to WorkFirst applicants
                                                                                         interested in attending college who are receiving TANF benefits and
      call 360.475.7280 or drop by the office in the                                         have been referred for education and training by DSHS or another
      University Quad on Bremerton’s Olympic College                                                             WorkFirst partner agency.
      campus. We are open six days a week.
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                      www.dl.odu.edu 
                                                                                                      or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7555
                                                                                                       OC Shelton 360.432.5423
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                 summer classes – all sites
                 summer classes – all sites                                                                                                                              summer classes
                 in this Section:                                                                                                                                                                   accounting
                 Accounting ........................................................................................................................... 18
                 Adult Education .................................................................................................................... 18           ACCT& 202         PRIN OF ACCOUNTING II
                 American Sign Language....................................................................................................... 18                 Includes accounting for fixed assets, liabilities, partnerships, and corporations.
                 Animation ............................................................................................................................ 18        Additionally, coverage should include the statement of cash flows as well as the
                 Anthropology ....................................................................................................................... 18          underlying principles of accounting. (Formerly BS-EC 252)
                 Art ....................................................................................................................................... 18
                 Astronomy............................................................................................................................ 19         Prerequisite: ACCT& 201.
                 Automotive Technology ......................................................................................................... 19               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                   Snapp R           5cr 2030
                 Aviation ............................................................................................................................... 19
                                                                                                                                                                   ACCT& 203         PRIN OF ACCOUNTING III
                 Biology ................................................................................................................................ 19
                                                                                                                                                                  Development and analysis of accounting information for managerial decision-
                 Business ............................................................................................................................... 20
                 Business and Economics ........................................................................................................ 20               making. (Formerly BS-EC 253)
                 Business Management .......................................................................................................... 20                Prerequisite: ACCT& 202 and high school algebra or its equivalent.
                 Chemistry............................................................................................................................. 20        Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                  Snapp R            5cr 2036
                 College Level Intensive English .............................................................................................. 20
                 Communication Studies ......................................................................................................... 20                                              adult education
                 Computer Information Systems ............................................................................................. 21                     See pages 14-17 for English for Speakers of Other Languages, Basic Skills,
                 Cooperative Education........................................................................................................... 22               and GED Preparation classes.
                 Criminal Justice .................................................................................................................... 22
                 Drafting ............................................................................................................................... 22                             american sign language
                 Dramatic Arts ....................................................................................................................... 22
                 Early Childhood Education ..................................................................................................... 22                ASL& 121          AM SIGN LANGUAGE I                                                 H
                 Economics ............................................................................................................................ 23        An introductory course focusing on expressive and receptive signing in the context
                 Education ............................................................................................................................. 23       of everyday situations. In addition to basic vocabulary and grammar, the culture and
                 Electronics ............................................................................................................................ 23      history of the deaf and culturally appropriate behaviors are introduced. (Formerly
                 Engineering .......................................................................................................................... 24        FLASL 145/SPCH 145)
                 English ................................................................................................................................. 24
                 Family Services..................................................................................................................... 25
                                                                                                                                                                  5:00p- 8:00p        TTh        Poul-OCP 218                TBA               5cr 8312
                 Fire Service-Fire Science ........................................................................................................ 25             ASL& 122          AM SIGN LANGUAGE II                                                H
                 Fire Service-Fire Service Mgmt & Admin. ............................................................................... 25                       Continued study of ASL focused on expanding vocabulary and grammar to
                 Foreign Languages ............................................................................................................... 25             intermediate level with an emphasis on expressive and receptive skills. Further
                 General Studies .................................................................................................................... 25          discussion of the deaf culture is also included. (Formerly FLASL 146/SPCH 146)
                 Geographical Information Systems (GIS)................................................................................ 25
                 Geography ........................................................................................................................... 25         Prerequisite: Completion of ASL& 121 with a 2.0 or better or permission of instructor.
                 Geology ............................................................................................................................... 25       5:00p- 8:00p        MW         Brem-BUS 200               TBA                5cr 3047
                 Health Occupations ............................................................................................................... 26             ASL& 123          AM SIGN LANGUAGE III                                               H
                 History ................................................................................................................................. 26     Continued study of ASL focused on expanding vocabulary and grammar with
                 Human Services .................................................................................................................... 26
                                                                                                                                                                  an emphasis on expressive and receptive skills. Further discussion of deaf culture.
                 Humanities ........................................................................................................................... 26
                 Integrated Multimedia .......................................................................................................... 26
                                                                                                                                                                  (Formerly FLASL 147 AND SPCH 147)
                 Journalism ........................................................................................................................... 26        Prerequisite: Completion of ASL& 122 with a 2.0 or better or permission of instructor.
                 Manufacturing ...................................................................................................................... 27          5:00p- 8:00p        MW         Brem-BUS 105               TBA                5cr 3045
                 Mathematics ......................................................................................................................... 27
                 Medical Assisting................................................................................................................... 27                                             animation
                 Music ................................................................................................................................... 28      See Integrated Multimedia section
                 Nursing (ADN) ...................................................................................................................... 28
                 Office Technology ................................................................................................................. 28                                           anthropologY
                 Organizational Leadership/ .................................................................................................. 29
                 Resource Management.......................................................................................................... 29                  ANTH& 204         ARCHAEOLOGy                                                       SS
                 Parent Education .................................................................................................................. 30           Techniques, principles, issues, and goals of archaeological research; also prehistoric
                 Philosophy ........................................................................................................................... 30        record examined. (Formerly ANTHR 205)
                 Physical Education—Education ............................................................................................. 30                    Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $40 Aranyosi E          5cr 3020
                 Physical Education—Fitness And Sports................................................................................. 30
                 Physical Therapist Assistant ................................................................................................... 30               ANTH& 206         CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGy                                             SS
                 Physics ................................................................................................................................. 30     Cross-cultural comparison of non-Western and Western cultures; includes history,
                 Political Science .................................................................................................................... 30        theories, and methods of the field. (Formerly ANTHR 202)
                 Practical Nursing................................................................................................................... 31          Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $40 Aranyosi E          5cr 3022
                 Psychology ........................................................................................................................... 31
                 Science ................................................................................................................................. 31                                               art
                 Sociology.............................................................................................................................. 31
                 Spanish ................................................................................................................................ 31       ART& 100          ART APPRECIATION                                                   H
summer classes




                 Speech ................................................................................................................................. 31      Find personal meaning in visual arts, painting, sculpture, and architecture with emphasis
                 Technical Design ................................................................................................................... 31          on diversity of form, content, and comparative styles. (Formerly ART 100)
                 Transition to ADN (Associate Degree Nursing) ....................................................................... 32                          Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $40 Deitchman E         5cr 3029
                 Welding................................................................................................................................ 32


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 ART 106           DRAWING I                                                         H                                               aViation
Drawing from still life, the figure, and landscape, with an emphasis on observation
                                                                                            Permission required to enroll. Email Avian Flight Center at dhanson2@
and design skills.                                                                          oc.ctc.edu for more information. (Students will need to purchase flight
5:00p- 8:30p         TTh        Poul-OCP 119         $20 Sydow D            5cr 8310        manuals and other materials from Avian Flight Center.)
 ART 125           CERAMICS I                                                   H/SP        AvIAT 111           PRIvATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL
Cone ten stoneware, mixing clays, emphasis on pottery wheel, hand building, and            Obtain the necessary aeronautical knowledge and meet the prerequisites specified
glaze chemistry.                                                                           in FAR Part 61 for a private pilot airmen knowledge test. Includes aerodynamics,
9:00a-12:45p         TTh        Brem-ART 134         $20 Vokolek W          5cr 3035       navigation, weather, communications, regulations, flight physiology, weight balance,
                                                                                           and other subjects preparatory to the FAA Private Pilot written exam.
 ART 225           CERAMICS II                                                  H/SP
Continuation of ART 125, with new emphasis on design. Experimentation with                 2:00p- 5:00p TTh Avian Flight Ctr, Bremerton Airport Hanson D T                   5cr 4010
clays, glazes, and firing techniques.                                                      10:00a- 4:00p Sa Avian Flight Ctr, Bremerton Airport Hanson D T                   5cr 4012
Prerequisite: ART 125.                                                                      AvIAT 216           INSTRUMENT PILOT GROUND SCHOOL
9:00a-12:45p        TTh         Brem-ART 134         $20 Vokolek W          5cr 3036       Provides information necessary to pass the FAA Instrument Pilot written
                                                                                           examination. Covers radio navigation, IFR flight planning and decision-making,
 ART 226           CERAMICS III                                                 H/SP       ATC procedures, Federal Aviation regulations pertinent to instrument flight. FAA
Continuation of ART 225, with further experimentation in porcelain and glazes.             part 141 approved.
Prerequisite: ART 106, 110, and 225.                                                       Prerequisite: Completion of Private Pilot Ground School (AVIAT 111) or instructor’s permission.
9:00a-12:45p        TTh        Brem-ART 134          $20 Vokolek W          5cr 3037       6:00p- 9:00p MW Avian Flight Ctr, Bremerton Airport Hanson D T                      5cr 4014
                                   astronomY                                                                                          BiologY
 ASTRO 101         INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMy                                       NS       BIOL 104            PLANT BIOLOGy                                                        NS
Modern concepts and theories from the science of astronomy; motions of night-              Basic content on plants, emphasizing diversity of structures, functions, economic
time sky, history of astronomy, light and telescopes, solar system, stars, and galaxies.   importance, and function of plants in vegetation systems and human communities.
Particular emphasis on composition of our solar system.                                    (Formerly BIO 100)
Prerequisite: MATH 094 (Elementary Algebra) or equivalent.                                 4:30p- 7:10p           MW      Naval Hospital Bremerton            Marvin L       5cr 6220
8:00p-10:00p        MTW      Brem-ST 148                Fong D              5cr 4000          Contact OC at Naval Hospital Bremerton for civilian access 360.377.8178.
                         automotiVe technologY                                              BIOL& 160           GENERAL BIOLOGy W/LAB                                                NS
 Bremer Automotive Technology Center (BAT): 1600 Warren Avenue,                            A general overview of important areas of biology for non-science majors beginning
 Bremerton. Tools required by all students for completion of the Automotive                at the cellular level and culminating with a consideration of interactions and changes
 Technology Program.                                                                       in natural populations. Includes laboratory. (Formerly BIO 105)
                                                                                           10:00a-11:05a          TWTh         Brem-ST 147             $15 Jacobson L        5cr 4034
 AUT-T 101         INTRO TO AUTO TECH SySTEMS/SERvICE                               CE        and 1:00p- 3:15p TTh ST 241 - Lab
Familiarization with basic automotive systems, tools, and service procedures.This course
or equivalent is prerequisite for admission into automotive vocational courses.            5:00p- 6:45p           TTh          Brem-HUM 106            $15 Smith J           5cr 4036
5:30p-10:00p         W          Brem-BAT 111         $10 Erhardt M          3cr 2012          and 7:00p- 9:05p TTh ST 241 - Lab

 AUT-T 171         BASIC CAR REPAIR                                                         BIOL& 175           HUMAN BIOLOGy W/LAB                                                  NS
A hands-on guide to vehicle operation, preventative maintenance, simple                    The structure and function of major systems and current health issues of the human
troubleshooting and repairs, and working with automotive service professionals.            body. Includes gross anatomy and histology. Recommend for pre-professional
5:30p-10:00p         W          Brem-BAT 111         $10 Erhardt M          3cr 2015       programs. (Formerly BIO 160)
                                                                                           10:00a-12:05p      MW Brem-HUM 106 (HYBD) $15 Rubin T                    5cr 4038
 AUT-T 121-122 CHASSIS SySTEMS (BLOCK 4)                                                      and 12:20p- 1:30p MW ST 241 - Lab
Introduction to and practice in the fundamentals of automotive brake, steering,
and suspension system operation and service.                                                BIOL& 242           HUMAN A & P 2                                                        NS
Prerequisite: AUT-T 101 or AUT-T 171 or permission of instructor.                          A continuation of BIOL& 241 with emphasis on blood, immunity, respiration,
8:00a-12:30p         DAILY     Brem-BAT 111         $10 Kester D           12cr 2013       urinary function, digestion, and reproduction. Lab includes dissections and structure
                                                                                           identification. (Formerly BIO 251)
 AUT-T 201         INTERNSHIP 1                                                            Prerequisite: Both BIOL& 241 and CHEM& 131 with a grade of 2.0 or better.
Refinement and application of skills in the context of a professional repair shop.
                                                                                           8:00a-10:30a         MW       Brem-ST 242        $15 Ferguson D           6cr 4040
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor                                                        and 10:45a-12:15p MW ST 241 - Lab
ARR                  ARR         ARR                 $10 Randall S          5cr 2016
                                                                                            BIOL& 260           MICROBIOLOGy                                                         NS
 AUT-T 202         INTERNSHIP 2                                                            The structure, function, metabolism, genetics, control and cultivation of
Continued refinement and application of skills in the context of a professional            microorganisms, and their role in immunity and disease. For pre-professionals.
repair shop.                                                                               (Formerly BIO 260)
Prerequisite: AUT-T 201 and permission of instructor.                                      Prerequisite: CHEM& 121 or CHEM& 141/142 or CHEM& 241/242 and a minimum of 5
ARR                  ARR       ARR                    $10 Randall S         5cr 2017
                                                                                           credits in any of the following Biology courses with a lab (BIOL& 160, BIOL 201, BIOL&
 AUT-T 203         INTERNSHIP 3                                                            241) all with a grade of 2.0 or better.
Refinement of professional skills and preparation for employment.                          5:00p- 6:30p          MTW        Brem-ST 242           $15 Elauria A         5cr 4068
Prerequisite: AUT-T 202 and permission of instructor.                                         and 7:00p- 8:45p MW ST 238 - Lab
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ARR                  ARR       ARR                    $10 Randall S         5cr 2018       5:00p- 6:30p           MTW          Brem-ST 242             $15 Elauria A         5cr 4070
                                                                                              and 7:00p- 8:45p T, 5:00p- 6:45p Th ST 238 - Lab




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                                                      Business                                               acids, bases, salts, buffers. An introduction to organic chemistry may be included.
                                                                                                             Primarily for ADN and Allied Health students. (Formerly CHEM 121)
                  BUS& 101          INTRO TO BUSINESS                                                 SS     Prerequisite: Completion of MATH 099 with a 2.0 or better or a score of 45 on the
                 Business operations: management, marketing, finance, and human resources.
                 Business environments: global, economic, social, ethical, and political. (Formerly          appropriate placement test for intermediate algebra.
                 BS-EC 101)                                                                                  11:30a-12:50p       MTWTh Brem-ST 203                $15 Flowers B          6cr 4100
                                                                                                                and 1:00p- 3:15PM M ST 220 - Lab
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                   King S            5cr 2040
                                                                                                             11:30a-12:50p          MTWTh       Brem-ST 203              $15 Flowers B           6cr 4103
                  BUS& 201          BUSINESS LAW                                                                and 1:00p- 3:15PM W ST 220 - Lab
                 Origin and development of business law, the legal system, and enforcement of
                 individual legal rights; law of torts, crimes, and business contracts. (Formerly             CHEM& 131           INTRO TO ORGANIC/BIOCHEM                                             NS
                 BS-EC 260)                                                                                  Organic compounds including nomenclature and reactions of: hydrocarbons, alcohols,
                 5:00p- 8:00p       MW         Brem-HL 110 (ITV)            Bosley E          5cr   2042     aldehydes and ketones, carboxylic acids, esters, amines. Biochemistry of carbohydrates,
                 5:00p- 8:00p       MW         Poul-OCP 105 (ITV)           Bosley E          5cr   8210     lipids, proteins and enzymes, nucleic acids, metabolism. (Formerly CHEM 122)
                 5:00p- 8:00p       MW         Shel-TJL 120 (ITV)           Bosley E          5cr   7210     Prerequisite: Completion of CHEM& 121 with a 2.0 or better.
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                   King S            5cr   2044     5:00p- 6:55p        TWTh       Brem-ST 203         $15 Flowers B                    6cr 4110
                                                                                                                and 7:00p- 9:30PM T ST 218 - Lab
                                         Business and economics
                                                                                                              CHEM& 139           GENERAL CHEMISTRy PREP                                               NS
                  See Accounting, Business, and Economics sections.
                                                                                                             Prepares students for CHEM& 141 by introducing problem-solving techniques,
                                           Business management                                               the metric system, measurements, atomic structure, stoichiometry, solution
                                                                                                             chemistry, bonding, and molecular shape. NOT transferable for credit for science
                  BMGMT 140 BUSINESS AND PERSONAL MATHEMATICS                                                or engineering students. (Formerly CHEM 139)
                 Solving practical business problems, in an applied context, involving one-variable          Prerequisite: MATH 099 or equivalent with grade of at least 2.0.
                 linear equations. Bank account reconciliation and metrics are also discussed.               8:30a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-ST 203 (HYBD)              Baldwin T                 5cr 4120
                 Prerequisite: MATH 089 with a grade of 2.0 or above or satisfactory placement test score.    CHEM& 143 GENERAL CHEMISTRy III                                                         NS
                 8:30a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-BUS 105                      Drzewiecki E      5cr 2070      Principles of chemistry relating to acid/base equilibrium systems, heterogeneous
                  BMGMT 145 BUSINESS ETHICS                                                                  equilibrium systems, transition metal chemistry, electrochemistry and nuclear
                 Discover significant resources to increase your ability to engage in an ethical             chemistry. (Formerly CHEM 160)
                 decision making process. Also explores professional business behavior and potential         Prerequisite: CHEM& 142 with a grade of 2.0 or higher.
                 workplace Ethical Dilemmas.                                                                 10:00a-11:05a      TWTh       Brem-ST 203 (HYBD)                Baldwin T           3cr 4124
                 8:30a- 5:30p FSa 6/26, 6/27 Brem-HL 110 (ITV)          Johnson H        2cr 2072
                                                                                                              CHEM& 153 GENERAL CHEM LAB III                                                          NS
                 8:30a- 5:30p FSa 6/26, 6/27 Poul-OCP 109 (ITV)         Johnson H        2cr 8220            Volumetric and Gravimetric experiments in quantitative analysis using computer
                 8:30a- 5:30p FSa 6/26, 6/27 Shel-TJL 120 (ITV)         Johnson H        2cr 7219            acquisition and treatment of data. Qualitative analysis of solutions containing
                  BMGMT 147 H. R. INTERvIEWING/RISK MANAGEMENT                                               selected metallic ions and polyatomic anions using wet chemical methods as well
                 An entrepreneurial series, two-day seminar, emphasizing interviewing techniques,            as a computer simulation. (Formerly CHEM 161)
                 and human resource risk management.                                                         Prerequisite: CHEM& 143 or concurrent enrollment in CHEM& 143.
                 8:30a- 5:30p Sa 7/18, 7/25 Brem-HL 110 (ITV)         Johnson H        2cr 2075              12:00p- 3:30p      TTh        Brem-ST 220          $15 Baldwin T                    3cr 4128
                 8:30a- 5:30p Sa 7/18, 7/25 Shel-PB 003 (ITV)         Johnson H        2cr 7220
                                                                                                                                  college leVel intensiVe english
                  BMGMT 170 CLIENT/CUSTOMER RELATIONS
                 Provides customer relationship management (CRM) skill development to create an               CLIE 101-104 COLLEGE LEvEL INTENSIvE ENGLISH
                 organizational culture that delivers superior quality services in challenging situations.   Offered at various skill levels, this intensive format focuses on listening, speaking, reading,
                 5:00p- 7:25p        Th          Brem-HL 110 (ITV/HYBD) Bright K              2cr 2080       writing and grammar, with one level moving into another. Designed for those who
                 5:00p- 7:25p        Th          Poul-OCP 105 (ITV/HYBD) Bright K             2cr 8222       wish to improve their English ability. Primarily for academic and career enhancement
                 5:00p- 7:25p        Th          Shel-TJL 116 (ITV/HYBD) Bright K             2cr 7222       purposes. Recommended to international students and those whose first language is
                                                                                                             not English. Includes language lab, conversation partners and field trips.
                  BMGMT 181 PRINCIPLES OF SALES                                                              Required: Admission to the college and instructor or advisor permission. (Phone: Linda
                 Selling isn’t what it used to be. Find out how being an information provider can
                 help you better meet your customer’s needs, improve opportunities for sales and             Pittman, 360.475.7189 or 360.490.3941 or Akiko Bates, 360.475.7718 or x7479)
                 support a customer relationship management program (CRM). An introduction                   9:00a-11:25a        DAILY        Brem-UQ1 000C                Pittman L       7.5cr 3059
                                                                                                                Depending on student need, the number of hours and days/times may be adjusted.
                 into a number of effective selling techniques, information on handling objections,
                 active listening and preparing that winning sales presentation.
                                                                                                                                        communication studies
                 5:00p- 7:50p        T          Brem-HL 110 (ITV/HYBD) Bright K         5cr 2085
                 5:00p- 7:50p        T          Poul-OCP 105 (ITV/HYBD) Bright K        5cr 8224              CMST& 102           INTRO TO MASS MEDIA                                                    H
                 5:00p- 7:50p        T          Shel-TJL 116 (ITV/HYBD) Bright K        5cr 7224             Explore the ever-changing world of mass media and its impact on American
                                                                                                             Society. (Formerly HUMAN 290 and JOURN 290)
                                                     chemistrY                                               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses Prince M                                   5cr 3054
                  CHEM& 121         INTRO TO CHEMISTRy                                               NS       CMST& 210 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICAT                                                       H
                 Atomic structure, chemical bonding, quantitative chemical relationships, solutions,         Communication theory as applied to interpersonal communication. Includes verbal
                                                                                                             and non-verbal language, listening, perception, and self-concept as it applies to
                                                                                                             communication, emotions, and conflict resolution. (Formerly SPCH 152)
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                                                                                                             10:00a-11:20a          MTWTh       Brem-HUM 117                 Hard A              5cr 3050
                                                                                                             7:20p-10:00p           MW          NBK-Bangor                   Bourmatnov L        5cr 6235
                                                                                                                Contact OC at NBK-Bangor for civilian access 360.697.3656.



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 CMST& 220          PUBLIC SPEAKING                                                         H     CMPTR 122        APPLICATIONS FOR IT PROFESSIONALS
Principles and techniques of preparing and delivering effective public speeches to               An introduction to computer applications from an IT perspective. Students use
inform, analyze, and persuade. (Formerly SPCH 151B)                                              basic applications to prepare IT documentation.
8:30a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-HUM 117   Munroe J                                 5cr 3051       4:00p- 6:50p       TTh        Brem-TEC 212 (ITV)   $15   Westlund M        4cr   2128
5:00p- 8:00p        MW    Brem-HUM 109   Babbo J                                  5cr 3053       4:00p- 6:50p       TTh        Poul-OCP 110 (ITV)   $15   Westlund M        4cr   8235
                   computer information sYstems                                                  4:00p- 6:50p       TTh        Shel-TJL 120 (ITV)   $15   Westlund M        4cr   7238
                                                                                                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $15   Westlund M        4cr   2130
 Also see Office Technology section.
 One-credit computer classes, formerly graded only as Pass/No Credit, are now                     CMPTR 126        INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT PUBLISHER
 graded on the 4.0 scale. Students may still elect Pass/No Credit grading.                       A hands-on approach to Publisher for designing and creating newsletters, stationery,
                                                                                                 flyers, brochures, and common business documents. Basic computer skills suggested.
 CMPTR 101          COMPUTER LITERACy                                                       CE   Text required.
Introduces and assesses basic computer literacy skills. Students will be assessed for            8:30a- 5:30p        Sa 6/27 Brem-TEC 212                 Bermea N          1cr 2136
literacy in basic computer use, file management, word processing, spreadsheets, the
World Wide Web, and email. (Pass/No Credit)                                                       CMPTR 127        INTRO TO MICROSOFT WORD 2007
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses Westlund M                               1cr 2100       Understanding word processing, using Microsoft Word 2007 for simple
                                                                                                 applications. hands-on training in PC lab, using Windows XP. Textbook required,
 CMPTR 110 INFORMATION SySTEMS CONCEPTS                                                          (Pass/No Credit or graded option)
Explore the fundamentals of information processing. Topics include: hardware,
software, networking, the Internet, programming, and databases.                                  8:30a- 5:30p        Sa 6/27 Brem-TEC 111                 Salas J           1cr 2140
10:00a-12:50p      TTh        Brem-TEC 212 (ITV) Westlund M                       5cr   2105      CMPTR 128        INTRODUCTION TO MS ExCEL 2007
10:00a-12:50p      TTh        Poul-OCP 110 (ITV) Westlund M                       5cr   8230     Understanding spreadsheet and data processing, using Microsoft Excel 2007 for
10:00a-12:50p      TTh        Shel-TJL 120 (ITV) Westlund M                       5cr   7230     simple applications. Hands-on training in PC lab, using Windows xp. Textbook
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses         Westlund M                       5cr   2106     required. (Pass/No Credit or graded option)
 CMPTR 111 INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SySTEMS                                                     8:30a- 5:30p        Sa 7/11 Brem-TEC 111                 Hudson T          1cr 2143
Operating system theory and common operating systems found in business                           8:30a- 5:30p        Sa 7/18 Poul-OCP 110                 Salas J           1cr 8237
environments, like Windows, MS-DOS, and UNIX with hands-on activities.                            CMPTR 130        INTRODUCTION TO PERSONAL COMPUTERS
Prerequisite: CMPTR 110 or concurrent enrollment or permission of instructor.                    For first time users. Computer terminology, PC hardware options, windows
1:00p- 3:50p        TTh       Brem-TEC 212 (ITV)        Westlund M          4cr         2108     operating systems, basic software techniques and basic Internet use.
1:00p- 3:50p        TTh       Poul-OCP 109 (ITV)        Westlund M          4cr         8233     8:30a- 5:30p        Sa 7/18 Brem-TEC 100                 Hudson T          1cr 2146
1:00p- 3:50p        TTh       Shel-TJL 120 (ITV)        Westlund M          4cr         7232     8:30a- 5:30p        Sa 6/27 Poul-OCP 110                 Hudson T          1cr 8238
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                Westlund M          4cr         2109
                                                                                                  CMPTR 137        INTRO TO MS POWERPOINT 2007
 CMPTR 112 INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS                                                               Understanding presentation software, using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 for simple
Navigate and use Windows for simple applications. Textbook required.                             applications. Hands-on training in PC lab, using Windows XP. Textbook required.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                  $8 Bilodeau P           1cr 2111       (Pass/No Credit or graded option)
 CMPTR 114 INTRODUCTION TO HTML                                                        CE        8:30a- 5:30p        Sa 7/25 Brem-TEC 111                 Salas J           1cr 2154
Learn to use HTML tags to create web pages in accordance with XHTML                              8:30a- 5:30p        Sa 8/1 Poul-OCP 110                  Sindel L          1cr 8240
specifications. Create links, format text, create bulleted and numbered lists, insert             CMPTR 150        SURvEy/MICROCOMPUTING—PERSONAL CMPTR
images and background color/images, produce image maps, create forms, and                        An introduction to microcomputers for non-computer majors. Using word
understand multimedia possibilities. (Pass/No Credit)                                            processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation software, specifically presenting
Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows 95 or later. Competent keyboarding skills.    Microsoft Office Pro XP software.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                      Westlund M        1cr 2118         8:30a- 9:50a       MTWTh Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD)             Blackwell K       4cr   2165
 CMPTR 115 INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET                                                          10:00a-12:50p      M          Brem-TEC 111 (ITV/HYBD)    Salas J           4cr   2164
An introduction to the protocols, tools and strategies available to communicate,                 5:00p- 8:00p       TTh        Brem-TEC 200               Blackwell K       4cr   2163
explore, and retrieve information using the resources of the Internet.                           10:00a-12:50p      M          Poul-OCP 110 (ITV/HYBD)    Salas J           4cr   8245
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                      Westlund M          3cr 2120       1:30p- 4:30p       TTh        Shel-TJL 116               Ledgerwood A      4cr   7248
 CMPTR 116 INTERNETWORKING I                                                                     Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses          $32    Salas J           4cr   2162
The student will be introduced to and develop knowledge and skill in fundamental                  CMPTR 151        MS OFFICE TRANSITIONS: 2003-2007                                CE
theory, design, planning and implementation of data communication networks                       An illustrated approach to help Microsoft Office 2003 users transition their skills
working with industry standards and protocols.                                                   to Office 2007.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                $47 Hawkins J             4cr 2122       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $16 Salas J             2cr 2167
  REQUIRED: Item #2176 CMPTR 201-must be scheduled during the week, during open lab time.
                                                                                                  CMPTR 154        ACCESS FOR PROFESSIONALS
 CMPTR 118          INTERNETWORKING II                                                           Design and development of relational database systems using MS Access. Overview
Develop knowledge and skill in fundamental theory, design, planning and                          of database theory including normalization. Development of practical applications
implementation of data communication networks working with industry standards                    using MS Access.
and protocols.
Prerequisite: CMPTR 116.                                                                         Prerequisite: Windows skills and a prior computer class or permission of instructor.
8:30a-12:30p        Sa           Brem-TEC 213           $15 Hawkins J             4cr 2123       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses              $32 Bilodeau P          4cr 2172
  REQUIRED: Item #2176 CMPTR 201-must be scheduled during the week, during open lab time.         CMPTR 182        NETWORKING CONCEPTS
                                                                                                 Designed to introduce LAN/WAN terminology, design, topologies, protocols,
 CMPTR 119          INTERNETWORKING III
Develop knowledge and skill in fundamental theory, design, planning and                          various netork hardware components, software, cabling and connectivity.
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implementation of data communication networks working with industry standards                    Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Blackwell K         5cr 2174
and protocols.
Prerequisite: CMPTR 118.
1:00p- 3:50p        TTh          Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15Hawkins J                 4cr 2124
  REQUIRED: Item #2176 CMPTR 201-must be scheduled during the week, during open lab time.
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                  CMPTR 201          NETWORKING LABORATORy                                                                                            criminal Justice
                 Meet in lab to plan, develop, and test hands-on projects assigned in networking
                 course(s) being taken concurrently. May be repeated for a maximum of 10 credits.                    CJ& 101            INTRO CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                          SS
                 Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in any one of the following courses: CMPTR 116,                Overview of the American system of criminal justice, crime prevention, police
                                                                                                                    and law enforcement, legislation, courts and corrections. (Formerly CRM-J 103
                 118, 119, 216, 236, 237, 238, 290, 291.
                                                                                                                    and SOCIO 103)
                 ARR                  ARR        Brem-TEC 213               Hawkins J        1cr 2176
                                                                                                                    10:00a-12:50p        MW      Brem-HL 110 (ITV)                 Fernandez R   5cr 3057
                  CMPTR 216          INTERNETWORKING Iv                                                             10:00a-12:50p        MW      Shel-TJL 120 (ITV)                Fernandez R   5cr 7312
                 Develop knowledge and skill in fundamental theory, design, planning and
                 implementation of data communication networks working with industry standards                       CJ 116             POLICE-COMMUNITy RELATIO
                 and protocols.                                                                                     Analysis of the relationship between the police and the community in terms of
                                                                                                                    mutual understanding, involvement, commitment, and crime control. Analysis of
                 Prerequisite: CMPTR 118, 119.                                                                      police accountability to the community as a whole. (Formerly CRM-J 116)
                 5:00p- 8:00p        MW        Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15 Blackwell K                       4cr 2184
                                                                                                                    Prerequisite: CJ 100 or CJ& 101 or permission of instructor.
                   REQUIRED: Item #2176 CMPTR 201-must be scheduled during the week, during open lab time.
                                                                                                                    4:30p- 7:10p         TTh       NBK-Bangor                  Reynolds B        5cr 6214
                  CMPTR 244          NETWORK LAB PRACTICUM                                                            Contact OC at NBK-Bangor for civilian access 360.697.3656.
                 Apply networking knowledge and skills to processes and procedures supporting
                                                                                                                                                            drafting
                 the operational readiness and maintenance of the CIS Networking Lab.
                 Prerequisite: CMPTR 118.                                                                            See Technical Design section.
                 ARR                 ARR           Brem-TEC 213                  Hawkins J               5cr 2190                                      dramatic arts
                  CMPTR 290          MICROSOFT LAN ADMINISTRATION I                                                  DRMA 245           SCREENWRITING I                                                  H
                 Introduction to Windows Server 2003. Basic principles and practices of LAN admin                   Use computerized tools to practice the art and craft of scriptwriting. Emphasis is
                 will be covered, preparing the student for the MCP exam - Exam 70-290.                             placed on genre-specific story structure development and execution.
                 9:00a- 4:00p F 6/26-7/17 Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15 Blackwell K            4cr 2196                   6:30p- 9:30p         MW    Brem-HUM 120                        Hagan T       5cr 3061
                   REQUIRED: Item #2176 CMPTR 201-must be scheduled during the week, during open lab time.
                                                                                                                     DRMA 246           SCREENWRITING II                                               H
                  CMPTR 291          MICROSOFT NETWORK ADMINISTRATION II                                            Use computerized tools to practice the art and craft of scriptwriting at an intermediate
                 Introduction to advanced Network management, services, planning, security, resource                level. Emphasis on genre-specific story structure development and execution.
                 management, and performance and network monitoring, system policies, backups                       Prerequisite: DRMA 245.
                 and disaster recovery using Microsoft’s most recent Network Operating System.                      6:30p- 9:30p       MW   Brem-HUM 120                           Hagan T       5cr 3062
                 Prerequisite: CMPTR 290.                                                                            DRMA 247 SCREENWRITING III                                                        H
                 9:00a- 4:00p F 7/24-8/7           Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15 Blackwell K                   4cr 2197   Use computerized tools to practice the art and craft of scriptwriting at an advanced
                   REQUIRED: Item #2176 CMPTR 201-must be scheduled during the week, during open lab time.          level. Emphasis on genre-specific story structure development and execution.
                                            cooperatiVe education                                                   Prerequisite: DRMA 246.
                                                                                                                    6:30p- 9:30p       MW   Brem-HUM 120                           Hagan T       5cr 3063
                  Cooperative Education and Internship information: 360.475.7480 or
                  1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7480. Bremerton Campus Location, ART 122-C.                                   DRMA 248 SCREENWRITING Iv                                                         H
                  Permission of Cooperative Education Coordinator required; contact                                 Use computerized tools to practice the art and craft of scriptwriting at an advanced
                  360.475.7480 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7480.                                                        and professional level. Emphasis on genre-specific story structure development
                                                                                                                    and execution.
                  CO-OP 111          COOPERATIvE EDUCATION SEMINAR I                                          CE
                 Introduces application of critical job skills to support success in co-op work                     Prerequisite: DRMA 247.
                 experience.                                                                                        6:30p- 9:30p       MW     Brem-HUM 120  Hagan T                              5cr 3064
                 Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment with first quarter Co-op Work Experience.                                          earlY childhood education
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses              $16 Crisp C           2cr 1316
                   Orientation: Tues. June 23, 7:30p-8:30p in Brem-TEC 212, Poul-OCP 110, Shel-TJL 120               ECE 100            INTRODUCTION TO CHILD CARE
                                                                                                                    Initial training requirements outlined by the Washington State Training and
                  CO-OP 121/221 COOPERATIvE WORK ExPERIENCE                                                   CE    Registry Systems (STARS). Best practices related to child development, child
                 Contracted work experience coordinated with employer, faculty, and student to                      guidance, health and safety. (Formerly ECE 115)
                 meet learning objectives specific to the work site and occupation/trade.                           Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses       $16 Rhodes J/Dilling G 2cr 3100
                 Prerequisite: Permission of cooperative education coordinator and current enrollment in             ECE 165            EARLy CHILDHOOD CURRICULUM
                 CO-OP Seminar.                                                                                     Focuses on current research methods and skills necessary for teachers to develop age
                 ARR                  ARR        ARR                        TBA           1-13cr ####*              and culturally appropriate curriculum and systematically evaluate children’s learning.
                   ####* Item numbers are assigned by the Cooperative Education Coordinator and must be obtained    Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                   $24 WAOL Instr    3cr 3114
                   prior to registration.
                                                                                                                     ECE 178         CHILDREN’S LITERATURE
                  CO-OP 189A/B/C COMMUNITy vOLUNTEER SERvICE                                                  CE    History of, methods/criteria for evaluation and selection, exploration of genres,
                  CO-OP 289A/B/C COMMUNITy vOLUNTEER SERvICE                                                  CE    authors, illustrators of literature for children ages 0-8, including use throughout
                 Utilizes Cooperative Education to enable students to experience volunteerism as                    the curriculum.
                 a central component of life and career planning.                                                   1:00p- 4:50p MW 6/22-7/15 Brem-HOC 139                   Dilling G        3cr 3119
                 ARR                  ARR          ARR                           McDermott T       2-3cr ####*       ECE 184            HEALTH, SAFETy AND NUTRITION
                   ####* Item numbers are assigned by the Cooperative Education Coordinator and must be obtained
                                                                                                                    Designed for teachers and childcare providers. Covers state regulations and
                   prior to registration.
                                                                                                                    developmentally appropriate practices in health, safety, and nutrition for young
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                                                                                                                    children.
                                                                                                                    Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                   $24 WAOL Instr    3cr 3120



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 ECE 191           ECE PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION                                                 ELECT 111         DIRECT CURRENT CIRCUIT LABORATORy
Leadership and development of ECE programs including organizational, fiscal,                 Laboratory practice and experimentation in elementary circuitry using basic
personnel, and facilities management and educational programming to meet                     electronic instrumentation.
accreditation and other quality standards.                                                   Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 101.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses              $24 WAOL Instr          3cr 3130       USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $39 Szymkewicz M         3cr 2231
 ECE 225           ISSUES AND TRENDS IN ECE                                                   ELECT 112         ALTERNATING CURRENT CIRCUIT LAB
Current issues and trends impacting ECE field. National/international                        Practice in the application of AC concepts: Techniques in using electronic instruments,
developments, concerns facing teachers, families, children and society today.                such as oscilloscopes, digital multimeters, frequency counters, and Z meters.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses              $24 WAOL Instr          3cr 3135       Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 102.
                                   economics                                                 USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $39 Szymkewicz M         3cr 2235
                                                                                              ELECT 113         BASIC SOLID-STATE LABORATORy
 ECON& 201         MICRO ECONOMICS                                                    SS     Applications of diodes and transistors in electronic circuits.
Supply and demand; cost and revenue analysis; pure competition; agriculture;
monopoly; imperfect competition; antitrust policy; regulation; factor incomes;
                                                                                             Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 103.
unions. (Formerly BS-EC 202)                                                                 USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $39 Szymkewicz M         3cr 2237
Prerequisite: MATH 099 or above with a grade of 2.0 or above and an Accuplacer                ELECT 160         COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I
Reading Comprehension test score of 84 or above or permission of instructor.                 Practice in the application of typical data processing operations for solving direct
5:00p- 8:00p        TTh       Brem-TEC 111 (ITV)         Ward A              5cr    2050     current problems.
5:00p- 8:00p        TTh       Poul-OCP 109 (ITV)         Ward A              5cr    8215     Prerequisite: Must be taken concurrently with ELECT 101.
5:00p- 8:00p        TTh       Shel-TJL 111 (ITV)         Ward A              5cr    7216     USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $31 Puskarcik R          2cr 2245
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                 Snapp R             5cr    2052      ELECT 165         INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL LOGIC
 ECON& 202         MACRO ECONOMICS                                                    SS     Introduction to the theory, practices and application of digital electronics.
Fundamentals of a private-enterprise economy; national income; employment;                   Prerequisite: ELECT 102.
inflation; growth; money; the monetary system; Keynesian Economics; Monetarist               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $32 Szymkewicz M         4cr 2249
Economics; international trade. (Formerly BS-EC 201)
                                                                                              ELECT 166         INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL LOGIC LAB
Prerequisite: MATH 099 or above with a grade of 2.0 or above and an Accuplacer               Introduction to the theory, practices and application of digital electronics.
Reading Comprehension test score of 84 or above or permission of instructor.                 Theoretical concepts and trouble-shooting techniques are demonstrated through
10:00a-11:50a       TWTh      Brem-BUS 205               Ward A              5cr 2054        laboratory experiments.
                                    education                                                Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 165.
                                                                                             USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $31 Szymkewicz M         2cr 2251
 EDUC 110          READING TECHNIQUES FOR AT-RISK CHILD
The course is a good exploratory elective for people pursuing a para education                ELECT 170         COMPUTER APPLICATIONS II
degree, for future teachers, or for parents seeking to boost their child’s reading skills.   Course helps familiarize the student with the use of personal computers, the school’s
Provides an exposure to basic tutorial strategies for use in a K-8 school setting.           computer labs, and using computers to solve electronic-related problems.
8:30a- 9:50a M 6/22-7/13 Brem-HUM 108 (HYBD) Sanford M                        5cr 3142       Prerequisite: Must be taken concurrently with ELECT 102.
                                                                                             USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $31 Puskarcik R          2cr 2253
 EDUC& 202 INTRO TO EDUCATION                                                      SS
Introduction to the role of education in society, the sociological and psychological          ELECT 200         BASIC ELECTRONICS THEORy & ASSESSMENT
aspects; an orientation to the personal, academic, and professional requisites that          Reviews fundamental theory associated with the first year electronics program and
contribute to success. (Formerly EDUC 101)                                                   assesses students’ ability for advanced instruction.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses              $40 Sanford M           5cr 3140       Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
                                                                                             USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $16 Szymkewicz M         2cr 2260
                                   electronics                                               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $16 Szymkewicz M         2cr 2262
 ELECT 101         DIRECT CURRENT                                                             ELECT 201         SOLID-STATE DEvICES
Fundamentals of direct current from Ohm’s Law through network theorems.                      Continuation of solid-state theory, use of approximation techniques in circuit analysis,
Prerequisite: MATH 094 or equivalent.                                                        development of parameters, evaluation of circuit potentials and applications.
USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M           5cr 2225       Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 211.
 ELECT 102        ALTERNATING CURRENT                                                        USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M         5cr 2264
Principles of inductance, capacitance, impedance, resonance, and filters.                     ELECT 202         ADvANCED SOLID-STATE DEvICES
Prerequisite: ELECT 101 or equivalent.                                                       Continuation of analysis in using equivalent circuit concepts. Various types of
USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M           5cr 2227       solid-state components and introduction to analog integrated circuits.
                                                                                             Prerequisite: ELECT 201 and concurrent enrollment in ELECT 212.
 ELECT 103         INTRODUCTION TO SOLID-STATE
Introduction to the fundamentals of diode and bipolar transistor theory.
                                                                                             USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M         5cr 2266
Prerequisite: ELECT 102 or equivalent.                                                        ELECT 203         SPECIAL CIRCUITS
USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M           5cr 2229       Solid-state devices/integrated circuits in industry; active filters, phase locked loops,
                                                                                             SCRs, Triacs, and other power control semiconductors.
 ELECT 106         ELECTRONIC FABRICATION                                                    Prerequisite: ELECT 202 and concurrent enrollment in ELECT 213.
Basic skill development through hands-on practice is emphasized covering such
topics as soldering techniques and circuit board assembly.
                                                                                             USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M         5cr 2267
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                  ELECT 211        SOLID-STATE LABORATORy                                                                                            english
                 Laboratory practice in the construction, analysis, and trouble shooting of bipolar
                                                                                                           Students enrolling in English 090-099 and 101 MUST take a placement
                 transition circuits.                                                                      test. See page 5: New Student Assessment and Advising.
                 Prerequisite: Completion of first-year core program or equivalent.
                 USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $39 Szymkewicz M        3cr 2268       CLIE 101-104 COLLEGE LEvEL INTENSIvE ENGLISH
                                                                                                           For College Level English for Non-Native Speakers see College Level
                  ELECT 212         ADvANCED SOLID-STATE CIRCUIT LAB                                       Intensive English section (CLIE).
                 Development of and experimentation with transistor amplifiers and analog
                 integrated circuits.                                                                      ENGL 091/GEN-S 099 (7 CREDIT COMBINATION)
                 Prerequisite: ELECT 201, 211.                                                            Reading & Writing in Life & College/Intro to College Study Skills
                                                                                                          Strategies for reading, writing, reflection, and problem solving. Individual and group
                 USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $39 Szymkewicz M        3cr 2271
                                                                                                          processes for personal/academic writing. Academic and workplace readiness skills,
                  ELECT 213         SPECIAL CIRCUITS LABORATORy                                           critical thinking strategies, self-discovery techniques, self-management tools.
                 Laboratory practice in analysis and troubleshooting of active filters, phase locked      Prerequisite: Assessment Test Score or Instructor Permission.
                 loops, and solid-state power control circuits.                                           Attendance on the first day is required unless pre-arranged with instructor.
                 Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 203.                                        8:30a-10:50a         MTWTh Brem-TEC 200 McMullen S/Underwood C 7cr 3150
                 USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $39 Szymkewicz M        3cr 2272         and 11:00a- 1:30p Tues. in Brem-BUS 105
                  ELECT 225         ADvANCED DIGITAL CIRCUITS                                              ENGL 098/GEN-S 100 (7 CREDIT COMBINATION)
                 A continuation of basic digital circuits, with emphasis on counters, decoders, and       Intro to Academic Reading & Writing/Strategies for Academic Success
                 registers. Course also includes an introduction to microprocessors.                      Develops critical strategies for reading, writing, problem solving, and handling
                 Prerequisite: ELECT 165 or equivalent.                                                   academic life. Assignments focus on personal academic/career interests. For first year
                 USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M        5cr 2274      and returning students to enhance academic success and retention in college.
                  ELECT 227         MICROCOMPUTERS                                                        Prereq: Assessment test score, 2.0 in ENGL 091/092 or instructor permission.
                 Digital circuit types used in industry for machine control such as microprocessors       Attendance on the first day is required unless pre-arranged with instructor.
                 and microcomputers.                                                                      8:30a-10:50a        MTWTh Brem-HUM 102                Ogo O/Mason-Todd M     7cr 3154
                                                                                                             and 11:00a- 1:30p Wed. in Brem-BUS 200
                 Prerequisite: ELECT 165, 225 or equivalent.
                 USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $24 Puskarcik R         3cr 2275      9:00a-11:30a           MTWTh        Shel-OCS 107            Adams S C/Hobson C         7cr 7365
                                                                                                             and 9:00a-11:30a Fri. in Shel-TJL 121
                  ELECT 228         ADvANCED MICROPROCESSORS
                 Theory and applications of interface systems used in the control of microprocessors.      ENGL 099            READING AND WRITING IMPROvEMENT
                                                                                                          Develops critical strategies for reading, writing, problem solving, and handling
                 Prerequisite: ELECT 225 or equivalent.                                                   academic life. Reading/writing assignments focus on academic topics.
                 USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $24 Puskarcik R         3cr 2276
                                                                                                          Prerequisite: Assessment test score, or completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of 2.0 or better, or
                  ELECT 235         ADvANCED DIGITAL CIRCUITS LABORATORy                                  completion of ENGL 091/092 with a grade of 3.0 or better, or permission of instructor.
                 A continuation of the basic digital circuits laboratory, with an emphasis on counters,   10:00a-11:20a         MTWTh Brem-UQ1 000D                          Patrick C           5cr 3164
                 decoders, registers, and an introduction to microcomputers.                              1:00p-3:50p           TTh     Brem-TEC 100                         Begert S            5cr 3166
                 Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 225.                                        5:00p- 8:00p          TTh     Poul-OCP 108                         Manix P             5cr 8320
                 USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $31 Szymkewicz M        2cr 2278
                                                                                                           ENGL& 101           ENGLISH COMPOSITION I
                  ELECT 237         MICROCOMPUTER LABORATORy                                              A college-level introduction to effective written composition for academic, vocational,
                 Introduction to the use of machine/assembler language programming to control             and occupational students, with emphasis on exposition. (Formerly ENGL 101)
                 microprocessors for problem solving or A/D and D/A interfacing.                          Prerequisite: Appropriate placement test score, or completion of ENGL 099 with a grade of 2.0 or
                 Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 227.                                        better, or completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of 2.5 or better, or permission of instructor.
                 USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $31 Puskarcik R         2cr 2279      8:30a- 9:50a           MTWTh        Brem-HUM 106                   DeLay J             5cr    3180
                  ELECT 238         ADvANCED MICROPROCESSOR LAB                                           10:00a-11:20a          MTWTh        Brem-BUS 106                   Jung E              5cr    3184
                 Hands-on experience constructing, testing and evaluating a microprocessor control        11:30a-12:50p          MTWTh        Brem-BUS 106                   Jung E              5cr    3186
                 project.                                                                                 5:00p- 8:00p           TTh          Brem-BUS 205                   Begert S            5cr    3188
                                                                                                          4:30p- 7:10p           TTh          Naval Hospital Bremerton       Longmate J          5cr    6258
                 Prerequisite: ELECT 225 or equivalent. Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 228.                  Contact OC at Naval Hospital Bremerton for civilian access 360.377.8178.
                 USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $31 Puskarcik R         2cr 2280
                                                                                                          Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                    $40 Hoene K                5cr 3174
                                                  engineering                                             Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                    $40 Hoene K                5cr 3176
                  ENGR 170         FUNDAMENTALS OF MATERIALS SCIENCE                                       ENGL& 102 COMPOSITION II
                 Elementary principles underlying the structure and properties of materials used in       A continuation of ENGL& 101 with emphasis on argumentation, research, and
                 engineering practice. Relation of microstructure to physical properties.                 documentation. (Formerly ENGL 102)
                 Prerequisite: CHEM& 141 with a grade of 2.0 or higher AND co-enrollment in ENGR 171.     Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL& 101 with a 2.0 or better or its equivalent.
                 5:00p- 7:25p        MW        Brem-ST 136                Otto W            4cr 4162      8:30a- 9:50a         MTWTh Brem-BUS 106                   Jung E              5cr 3202
                                                                                                          1:00p- 3:50p         TTh        Brem-HUM 104              Harris R            5cr 3204
                  ENGR 171         MATERIALS SCIENCE LABORATORy                                           Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Wainwright J          5cr 3208
                 Laboratory activities in materials testing. Experiments illustrate principles explored   Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Wainwright J          5cr 3209
                 in ENGR 170 lecture course.
                 Prerequisite: Co-enrollment in ENGR 170.                                                  ENGL& 235 TECHNICAL WRITING
                                                                                                          Problem-solving strategies for professional and technical writing applications.
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                 5:00p- 7:25p         T          Brem-ST 136         $15 Otto W             1cr 4164      (Formerly ENGL 104)
                                                                                                          Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL& 101 with a 2.0 or better or its equivalent.
                                                                                                          10:00a-11:20a        MTWTh Brem-BUS 101                   Bilderback D        5cr 3220
                                                                                                          Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Hoene K               5cr 3222

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 ENGL& 245         AMERICAN LITERATURE II                                             H                                        general studies
A survey of the development of American literature from the post-Civil War period
to the present. (Formerly ENGL 261)                                                          ENGL 091/GEN-S 099 (7 CREDIT COMBINATION)
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $40 Meyers J            5cr 3232       Reading & Writing in Life & College/Intro to College Study Skills
                                                                                               See English section for details
CREATIVE WRITING:                                                                            ENGL 098/GEN-S 100 (7 CREDIT COMBINATION)
 Students and instructor read and critique materials in a workshop setting.
 Limit - one creative writing class per quarter.                                            Intro to Academic Reading & Writing/Strategies for Academic Success
                                                                                               See English section for details
 ENGL 270          CREATIvE WRITING—NARRATION                                         H
Development of biographical or autobiographical accounts.                                    GEN-S 100          STRATEGIES FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Hoene K                         5cr 3238       For first year and returning students to enhance academic success and retention
 ENGL 271        CREATIvE WRITING—FAMILy HISTORy/BIOG                              H        in college.
Writing out episodes or complete works of family history or biography.                      9:00a-12:50p DAILY 6/15-6/19 Brem-ENG 116            Palmer P        2cr 5455
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Hoene K                         5cr 3239         and 1:00p- 3:00p TWTh in Brem-ENG 116
 ENGL 272        CREATIvE WRITING—POETRy                                           H        12:00p- 1:50p      T           Brem-ENG 116     McMullen S 2cr 5456
Writing poems, constructing ballads and other appropriate forms, including free             9:00a-12:50p DAILY 6/15-6/19 Shel-PB 002        Hobson C   2cr 7541
form or spontaneous free form subject matter.                                               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses    $16 Adamson L  2cr 5458
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Hoene K                         5cr 3240                  geographical information sYstems (gis)
 ENGL 273        CREATIvE WRITING—DRAMA                                            H         See Technical Design section.
Invention and development of dramatic material: Dialogue, action, stage location,
and music.
                                                                                                                                   geographY
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Hoene K                         5cr 3241        GEOG 101           INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHy                              NS/SS
 ENGL 274        CREATIvE WRITING—SHORT STORy                                      H        Survey of Geography including cartography and remote sensing, physical geography,
Development of short fictional narratives.                                                  human geography, regional geography and human impact on Earth.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Hoene K                         5cr 3242       1:00p- 3:50p         TTh     Brem-ST 147                 McDougall J     5cr 4370
 ENGL 275        CREATIvE WRITING—LONG NARRATIvE                                   H         GEOG 102           PHySICAL GEOGRAPHy                                        NS
The development of long fictional narratives.                                               Basic physical elements of geography including Earth’s astronomical relationships,
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Hoene K                         5cr 3243       remote sensing, mapping, weather, climate, the hydrosphere, biosphere, landform
                                                                                            processes and landforms.
 ENGL 276        CREATIvE WRITING—ADvANCED POETRy                                  H        5:00p- 8:35p          TTh          Brem-ST 147           McDougall J     5cr 4374
Further experience in writing poetry.
Prerequisite: ENGL 272.                                                                                                            geologY
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $40 Hoene K             5cr 3244        GEOL& 100          SURvEy OF EARTH SCIENCE                                     NS
                                                                                            The interplay of the solid Earth, the atmosphere, and the hydrosphere. Global
                                                                                            climate change, ozone depletion, and loss of biodiversity are major focal points.
 ENGL 284          SURvEy OF WORLD LIT—20TH CENTURy                                   H     (Formerly GEOL 100)
Covers 20th Century literary selections from many countries. It also covers literary        Prerequisite: MATH& 107 or equivalent.
genre, critical methodologies, and research. (Same as HUMAN 284)                            Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Macias S                    5cr 4400
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $40 Wainwright J        5cr 3245
                                                                                             GEOL& 110 ENvIRONMENTAL GEOLOGy                                              NS
                                familY serVices                                             Geologic resources and processes important to human welfare: Volcanoes,
                                                                                            earthquakes, slope stability, rivers, and flood management, groundwater, soils,
 See Human Services section.                                                                minerals, and energy resources. (Formerly GEOL 102)
                         fire serVice-fire science                                          11:30a-12:35p         MTWTh        Brem-ST 148     $10 Howard K          5cr 4404
                                                                                              and 1:00p- 3:15PM T ST 146 - Lab
 Contact Fire Service Programs at 360.475.7582 for course offerings.
                                                                                             GEOL 155           GEOLOGIC HAzARDS                                            NS
 F-FS 202          FIRE PROTECTION SySTEMS                                                  Investigates a number of geologic hazards such as earthquakes, tsunami, volcanism,
Features of design and operation of fire detection and alarm systems, heat and
                                                                                            floods, landslides, and coastal hazards. Historic examples are used as case studies.
smoke control systems.
                                                                                            Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Macias S          5cr 4410
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $24 Bittlingmaier B 3cr 4265
                                                                                             GEOL& 208 GEOLOGy OF PACIFIC NW                                              NS
 F-FS 207        CODE ENFORCEMENT AND INSPECTION                                            Understand the geologic origins of the rocks and landscapes in Washington and
Use of fire and building codes to minimize fire spread and enable suppression, detection,
                                                                                            neighboring parts of the Pacific Northwest. (Formerly GEOL 108)
inspection and maintenance requirements of various fire protection equipment.
                                                                                            5:00p- 8:00p          MW           Poul-OCP 107    $10 Howard K          5cr 8415
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $24 Bittlingmaier B 3cr 4269                         and Sat. at an arranged time/location.
            fire serVice-fire serVice mgmt & admin.
 Contact Fire Service Programs at 360.475.7582 for course offerings.
                            foreign languages
 See American Sign Language or Spanish sections.
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                                             health occupations                                               HS 114           CDP GROUP COUNSELING
                  All five Nursing Assistant classes (H-OCC 110, 112, 114, 116, and 118)                     Survey of accepted group counseling modalities, techniques and methods for
                  must be completed in one year to test for certification.                                   treating chemical dependency. (Formerly FS 114)
                  These are also part of the Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training                  Prerequisite: HSSA& 101.
                  Program. Contact Pat Denzer at 360.475.7408.                                               5:00p- 8:30p        Th        Brem-BUS 106              Swift C R         3cr 3304
                  H-OCC 110         INTRO TO NURSING ASSISTANT                                                HS 275           HUMAN SERvICES FIELD ExPERIENCE 1
                 Role of the nursing assistant, Basic Life Support, HIV/AIDS. Students must                  Field experience offers opportunities for students to demonstrate competency in
                 complete course with grade of 2.3 to progress to H-OCC 112.                                 work settings such as schools and human services agencies. (Formerly FS 275)
                 9:00a- 5:00p MTW 6/22-6/25 Brem-HOC 141             Polensky M   2cr 4450                   Prerequisite: Completion of core requirements for Human Services Certificate Program.
                                                                                                             Instructor permission required before enrolling.
                  H-OCC 112         TOOLS FOR SUCCESS
                 Interpersonal and intrapersonal tools for success in the workplace. Students must
                                                                                                             ARR                  ARR        ARR                      Cohen M            5cr 3307
                 complete course with 2.3 grade to progress to H-OCC 114.                                     HS 276           HUMAN SERvICES FIELD ExPERIENCE 2
                 9:00a- 4:30p MTW 6/29-7/1 Brem-HOC 141                 Polensky M       2cr 4452            Field experience offers opportunities for students to demonstrate competency in
                                                                                                             work settings such as schools and human services agencies. (Formerly FS 276)
                  H-OCC 114         FUNDAMENTALS OF NSG ASST
                 Basic nursing assistant classroom content as required by federal and state laws.            Prerequisite: Completion of core requirements for Human Services Certificate Program
                 Students must complete course with grade of 2.3 to progress to H-OCC 116.                   and HS 275. Instructor permission required before enrolling.
                 9:00a- 5:00p MTWTh 7/6-7/13 Brem-HOC 141             Polensky M      3cr 4454               ARR                 ARR         ARR                       Cohen M           5cr 3308
                  H-OCC 116         BASIC TECHNICAL SKILLS                                                                                     humanities
                 Theory and practice of the 24 skills that will be tested in the certification exam.
                 Students must complete course with 2.3 grade to progress to H-OCC 118.                       HUMAN 220 WOMEN IN AMERICAN CULTURE                                              H
                                                                                                             A survey of the role and status of American women from Colonial Times to the
                 ARR 7/6-7/28                Brem-HOC 141          $15 Polensky M         2cr 4456           present, with emphasis on literature.
                 ARR 7/14-7/27               Brem-HOC 141          $15 Polensky M         2cr 4457
                                                                                                             Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Meyers J           5cr 3570
                  H-OCC 118         NURSING ASSISTANT PRACTICUM
                 Students will demonstrate, in the clinical setting, knowledge, understanding, and            HUMAN 253 WORLD WAR I IN HISTORy AND LITERATURE                                  H
                 application of theory and skills learned in H-OCC 110, 112, 114, and 116.                   An interdisciplinary study of World War I, including a historical view of the causes,
                                                                                                             nature, and outcome of the war, and a literary/cultural view of the impact of “The
                 Prerequisite: Completion of H-OCC 110, 112, 114, and 116 with a grade of 75%. Pass a DSHS   Great War”. (Same as HIST 253)
                 criminal background check (RCW 43.43.830-845) and complete all required documentation.      Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Meyers J           5cr 3572
                 ARR 7/28-8/13                                               Polensky M        4cr 4460
                 ARR 7/27-8/13                                               Polensky M        4cr 4461       HUMAN 284 SURvEy OF WORLD LIT—20TH CENTURy                                       H
                                                                                                             Covers 20th Century literary selections from many countries. It also covers literary
                                                         historY                                             genre, critical methodologies, and research. (Same as ENGL 284)
                  HIST& 116         WESTERN CIvILIzATION I                                            SS     Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Wainwright J       5cr 3574
                 Introduction to development of Western Civilization from its earliest beginnings
                 up to 1300 AD. Examining the major political, economic, religious, and social
                                                                                                                                        integrated multimedia
                 trends. (Formerly HIST 101)                                                                  IMM 101          INTRODUCTION TO INTEGRATED MULTIMEDIA
                 10:00a-11:20a       MTWTh Brem-HUM 105                     Schaeffer P       5cr 3558       Explore computer software and platforms while also learning the skills and
                  HIST& 136         US HISTORy 1                                                   SS        possibilities of communication offered with the use of multimedia; a tool that can
                 Survey of the political, social, economic, and intellectual forces involved in the          be used by everyone.
                 foundation and development of the U.S. from pre-Columbian America through                   5:00p- 8:30p       MW         Brem-ART 113         $20 Silverthorn J      5cr 3600
                 the Civil War. (Formerly HIST 104)                                                           IMM 120          BEGINNING PHOTOSHOP
                 Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or above.                                       Learn the various aspects of Photoshop, an Image Manipulation software tool for
                 8:00a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-HUM 105                Schaeffer P            5cr 3559       creative and technical use.
                  HIST 253         WORLD WAR I IN HISTORy AND LITERATURE                           SS        1:00p- 4:30p       TTh        Brem-ART 113         $20 Hostetler C        5cr 3605
                 An interdisciplinary study of World War I, including a historical view of the causes,        IMM 181          ANIMATION DESIGN
                 nature, and outcome of the war, and a literary/cultural view of the impact of “The          Study animation history, character design and movement elements, production planning,
                 Great War”. (Same as HUMAN 253)                                                             3D-model making, character sheets, background design, and writing for animation.
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $40 Meyers J            5cr 3562       1:00p- 4:30p       MW         Brem-ART 113         $20 Silverthorn J      5cr 3614
                                                human serVices                                                IMM 220          INTERMEDIATE PHOTOSHOP
                                                                                                             Learn the intermediate aspects of Photoshop, an image manipulation software tool
                  HS 107            INTRO TO HUMAN SERvICES                                           SS     for creative and technical use.
                 A survey of the key concepts and guiding principles in human services theory and
                                                                                                             1:00p- 4:30p       TTh        Brem-ART 113         $20 Hostetler C        5cr 3607
                 practice. (Formerly FS 107 and SOCIO 107)
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $40 Cohen M             5cr 3300                                        Journalism
                  HS 110            DIvERSITy, ETHICS & PROFESSIONALISM                                       JOURN 105        PHOTOJOURNALISM                                                 H
                 Explores the ethical issues of confidentiality, duty to care, duty to warn and other        The basics of digital photojournalism with special attention to news value and
                 related issues for counselors and therapists. Includes 4 hours of AIDS prevention           composition.
                 education. (Formerly FS 110)
summer classes




                                                                                                             Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $15 Prince M           5cr 3620
                 1:00p- 4:30p        Th         Brem-BUS 106                Swift C R         3cr 3302




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                                manufacturing                                                   MATH& 107 MATH IN SOCIETy                                                             NS
                                                                                               Consumer Mathematics: Loans, mortgages, interest; logarithms and exponential
 MANU 130          MEASUREMENT, TOOLS, AND SAFETy                                              functions, with application; introductory probability and statistics; use and interpretation
Precision measurement with appropriate tools, use of hand and machine tools, and               of statistics; mathematics in contemporary society. (Formerly MATH 107)
workplace safety following government standards and employer directives.                       Prerequisite: MATH 099 with a grade of 2.0 or above, or satisfactory placement test score.
Prerequisite: MANU 101 and MANU 115                                                            10:00a-11:20a       MTWTh Brem-ST 142                       Cilli-Turner      5cr 4582
3:00p- 5:30p MTWTh West Sound Technical Skills Center Gallagher C               6cr 2648       5:00p- 8:00p        TTh        Brem-ST 201                  Rowe K            5cr 4584
 MANU 140          PLANNING, DRAWING, AND TECHNOLOGy                                            MATH& 141 PRECALCULUS I: ALGEBRA                                                      NS
Accessing appropriate resources to plan and complete projects; interpreting                    Using numeric, analytic and graphical methods, linear, polynomial, rational,
technical drawings, and using technology in manufacturing settings.                            exponential, and logarithmic functions are studied. A graphing calculator is required
5:30p- 8:00p MTW West Sound Technical Skills Center Gallagher C                 5cr 2670       (TI demonstrated). (Formerly MATH 119)
                                                                                               Prerequisite: MATH 099 with a grade of 2.0 or above or satisfactory placement test score;
                                   mathematics
                                                                                               a graphing calculator required.
To promote student success, math instructors strictly enforce prerequisites.                   10:00a-11:20a        MTWTh Brem-ST 123                      Howell J          5cr 4590
Students taking an OC math class must earn a 2.0 or higher to progress to                      5:00p- 8:00p         TTh        Brem-ST 149                 Triplett S        5cr 4596
the next course in a sequence. Any student who has an Olympic College                          Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                    Stinson M         5cr 4598
mathematics course on his/her transcript will be allowed to re-enroll in the
same course or enroll in a lower course, regardless of the final grade.                         MATH& 142 PRECALCULUS II: TRIG                                                       NS
Students who have never taken math classes at OC need to contact the                           Using numeric, analytic, and graphical methods, trigonometric functions, and
Student Entry and Advising Center to take a placement test unless the                          polar and parametric equations are studied (TI is preferred and demonstrated).
student qualifies for one of these alternate placement methods:                                (Formerly MATH 120)
 Any student who has taken Accuplacer, ASSET or COMPASS Math                                   Prerequisite: MATH& 141 with a grade of 2.0 or above or satisfactory placement test
 testing within the last two years may be exempt provided that the placement                   score; graphing calculator is required.
 test score report is brought to the Student Entry and Advising Center for
 approval. The student will be given written authorization after the scores                    10:00a-11:20a        MTWTh Brem-ST 148                   Hulsebosch K      5cr 4600
 have been verified.                                                                           5:00p- 8:00p         MW          Brem-ST 149             Triplett S        5cr 4602
 Any student who has taken a college math course equivalent to Math 099                        Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                 Stinson M         5cr 4604
 or higher and obtained a grade of 2.0 or higher may be exempt. A college                       MATH& 146 INTRODUCTION TO STATS                                                  NS
 transcript showing the math course must be submitted to the Science-                          Application of statistics in the context of various fields; descriptive statistics,
 Engineering-Math Advisor (SEMAdvisor@olympic.edu, 360.475.7267)                               linear correlation and regression, probability, sampling, the Normal Distribution,
 for a determination of placement. If the course from the other college is                     confidence intervals, hypothesis testing. (Formerly MATH 281)
 allowed to be used for placement purposes, the student will be given written
 authorization which is used to register for the class and to show the course                  Prerequisite: MATH 099 with a grade of 2.0 or above, or satisfactory placement test score.
 instructor once classes begin.                                                                8:30a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-ST 149                       Robertson D       5cr 4606
                                                                                                 and 8:30a- 9:50AM Th ST 108
 MATH 090          COLLEGE ARITHMETIC                                                          10:00a-11:20a        MTWTh      Brem-ST 149                  Robertson D        5cr 4608
College Arithmetic includes operations using fractions; decimals and signed numbers;
                                                                                                 and 10:00a-11:20AM W ST 108
ratio and proportion; percent; geometry; measurement; and charts and tables.
7:00a- 8:20a         MTWTh      Brem-ST 149                  Hulsebosch K       5cr   4542     5:00p- 8:00p MW    Poul-OCP 219                              Robertson D        5cr 8428
8:30a- 9:50a         MTWTh      Brem-ST 148                  Heinze J           5cr   4544      MATH& 163 CALCULUS 3                                                                NS
5:00p- 8:00p         MW         Brem-ST 127                  Heinze J           5cr   4550     Series, functions of two variables and their graphs, contour diagrams, vector algebra,
1:30p- 4:30p         MW         Shel-TJL 121                 TBA                5cr   7440     dot and cross products, multivariable functions, partial differentiation. (Formerly
                                                                                               MATH 126)
 MATH 094          ELEMENTARy ALGEBRA                                                          Prerequisite: MATH& 152 with a grade of 2.0 or above.
First in the sequence: Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra.              8:30a- 9:50a       MTWTh Brem-ST 123                  Howell J                  5cr 4614
Includes basic algebraic concepts, first degree equations, polynomials, whole number
exponents, factoring, applications.                                                                                        medical assisting
Prerequisite: MATH 090 with a grade of 2.0 or above or satisfactory placement test score.       Information sessions for Medical Assisting and Phlebotomy programs are
8:30a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-HUM 111                      Kelso M           5cr 4560          offered quarterly fall through spring quarters. Attendance is mandatory for
10:00a-11:20a       MTWTh Brem-HUM 111                      Kelso M           5cr 4562          the Phlebotomy program. Call 360.475.7723 for information.
5:00p- 8:00p        MW         Brem-ST 147                  Weaver D          5cr 4566          Students taking these courses may have additional fees for supply toolkits,
5:00p- 8:00p        MW         Poul-OCP 119                 TBA               5cr 8422          vaccinations, background checks, liability insurance, uniforms, stethoscopes
                                                                                                and transportation to and from externship sites.
11:30a-12:50p       MTWTh Shel-PB 002                       TBA               5cr 7444
                                                                                                MEDA 162          MEDICAL TERMINOLOGy
 MATH 099          INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA                                                        The roots, suffixes, prefixes, abbreviations, and combining forms used in medical
Second course in the sequence: Elementary, Intermediate, College Algebra.                      terminology and their application to all body systems. Intro to medical specialties.
Includes: graphing linear equations, quadratic equations, conic sections; systems              (Formerly MOA 160 and MOA 161)
of equations; rational expressions; radical expressions and rational exponents;                10:00a-12:50p       TTh    Brem-HL 110(ITV)    Spang R                          5cr 2323
logarithmic and exponential equations. A scientific calculator is required.                    10:00a-12:50p       TTh    Poul-OCP 109 (ITV)  Spang R                          5cr 8255
Prerequisite: MATH 094 or MATH 097 with a 2.0 or above or satisfactory placement test score.   10:00a-12:50p       TTh    Shel-TJL 111 (ITV)  Spang R                          5cr 7250
7:00a- 8:20a         MTWTh Brem-ST 127                      Haines M           5cr 4570
8:30a- 9:50a         MTWTh Brem-ST 147                      Haines M           5cr 4572         MEDA 210          ExTERNSHIP FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANTS
                                                                                               Students are placed in approved medical facilities for a supervised, unpaid office
10:00a-11:20a        MTWTh Brem-ST 136                      Heinze J           5cr 4574        experience as a final preparation for working as a Medical Assistant. (Formerly
11:30a-12:50p        MTWTh Brem-ST 149                      Cilli-Turner       5cr 4576        MOA 210)
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5:00p- 8:00p         TTh       Brem-ST 148                  Haines M           5cr 4578        Prerequisite: All previous required courses (53 credits) must be completed within the
5:00p- 8:00p         TTh       Poul-OCP 120                 Dodge M L          5cr 8424        last three years, with a cumulative GPA in these courses of 2.0 or better. Concurrent
1:00p- 2:20p         MTWTh Shel-PB 002                      TBA                5cr 7446        enrollment in MEDA 211 is required. Permission of the instructor is necessary.
                                                                                               ARR                   ARR        ARR                   $25 Lieseke C           6cr 2325

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                  MEDA 211            HUMAN RELATIONS/MEDA                                                                                           nursing (adn)
                 Discussion, problem-solving and evaluation of the clinical and administrative
                                                                                                                     Also see Baccalaureate Nursing (BNURS), Transition to ADN (TADN),
                 experiences gained in MEDA 210. (Formerly MOA 211)                                                  Practical Nursing (PNURS), Nursing Assistant-CNA (H-OCC)
                 Prerequisite: Must have completed all other required medical assisting courses (53 credits) with    Current Associate Degree Nursing students: Nursing program will give you
                 a minimum grade point average of 2.0 in these courses to register for MEDA 211. All required        a list of courses to register for each quarter.
                 courses must be taken within the previous three years to register for MEDA 211. Concurrent
                                                                                                                                                 office technologY
                 enrollment in MEDA 210 and previous completion of an application packet are also required.
                 8:30a-10:50a W 6/24-7/29 Brem-ART 122B (HYBD) Lieseke C                             2cr 2326        Also see Computer Information Systems section.
                  MEDA 213       ExTERNSHIP FOR BILLING AND CODING                                                   OFTEC 110         BEGINNING KEyBOARDING
                 Students are placed in approved medical facilities for a supervised, unpaid office                 Learn and develop skill in alphanumeric keyboarding, 10-key data entry, basic
                 experience as a final preparation for working as a Billing/Coding Specialist.                      computer functions, and basic document formatting.
                 Prerequisite: All previous required program courses must be completed within the                   8:30a- 9:50a       MTWTh Brem-TEC 111      $12              Salas J           3cr 2386
                 last three years, with a cumulative GPA in these courses of 2.0 or better. Concurrent              11:30a-12:50p      MTWTh Brem-TEC 201      $12              Hudson T/Sindel L 3cr 2387
                 enrollment in MEDA 214 is required. Permission of the instructor is necessary.                     10:00a-12:50p      TTh        Shel-TJL 116 $12              Ledgerwood A      3cr 7264
                 ARR                   ARR        ARR                        Parker Ba          6cr 2328            Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses   $36              Bermea N          3cr 2388
                   MEDA 214          HUMAN RELATIONS FOR BILLING/CODING                                              OFTEC 111       DATA ENTRy SKILL BUILDING
                 Discussion, problem-solving and evaluation of the experience gained in MEDA 213.                   Improve speed and accuracy of alphabetical and numerical data entry including
                 Prerequisite: Must have completed all other required medical assisting courses with a              business document formatting and 10-key pad skills using the touch system.
                 minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0 in these courses. All required courses               Prerequisite: OFTEC 110 or equivalent.
                 must be taken within the previous three years. Concurrent enrollment in MEDA 213 and               8:30a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-TEC 111                $12 Salas J           3cr 2392
                                                                                                                    11:30a-12:50p       MTWTh Brem-TEC 201                $12 Hudson T/Sindel L 3cr 2391
                 instructor permission is required.
                                                                                                                    10:00a-12:50p       TTh        Shel-TJL 116           $12 Ledgerwood A 3cr 7267
                 9:00a-11:15a         M           Brem-ENG 116             Parker Ba          2cr 2330
                                                                                                                     OFTEC 112         DOCUMENT FORMATTING
                                                            music                                                   Develop industry-standard formatting and production skills with MS Word
                                                                                                                    software by keying letters, memos, reports, tables, agendas, minutes of meetings,
                 INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL CLASSES                                                                     itineraries, financial statements, etc. Includes mail merge, use of graphics, editing/
                  Register for the 100-level the first time you take the course. To take the                        proofreading, and keyboarding skill development.
                  course again for additional credit, register for the 200-level.
                                                                                                                    Prerequisite: OFTEC 141, keyboarding proficiency at 30+ NWAM or permission of instructor.
                  MUSC 133            BEGINNING CLASS PIANO                                              H/SP       8:30a- 9:50a          MTWTh Brem-TEC 111                   Salas J            3cr 2394
                 Group and individualized instruction in keyboard techniques. Music theory and                      11:30a-12:50p         MTWTh Brem-TEC 201                   Hudson T/Sindel L 3cr 2398
                 finger techniques taught and applied through piano performance.                                    10:00a-12:50p         TTh       Shel-TJL 116               Ledgerwood A 3cr 7269
                 7:00p- 9:15p          T      Brem-MUS 126                       Welle T             2cr 3642
                                                                                                                     OFTEC 115          SPEED AND ACCURACy KEyBOARDING
                  MUSC 233            INTERMEDIATE CLASS PIANO                                          H/SP        Improve both speed and accuracy of alphanumerical keyboarding skills using the
                 Group and individualized instruction in keyboard techniques. Music theory and                      touch system and gain training in keyboarding test techniques.
                 finger techniques are taught and applied through piano performance.                                Prerequisite: OFTEC 111. Designed to improve skill beyond that achieved in OFTEC 111.
                 Prerequisite: Permission of instructor and/or MUSIC 133/134/135.                                   8:30a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-TEC 111                   Salas J            3cr 2400
                 7:00p- 9:15p         T           Brem-MUS 126            Welle T                    2cr 3644       10:00a-12:50p       TTh        Shel-TJL 116              Ledgerwood A 3cr 7271
                 MUSIC LESSONS (INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION)                                                              OFTEC 121         PRACTICAL ACCOUNTING
                 Fees for private music lessons are $200 per credit in addition to tuition.                         Introductory accounting course that includes accounting theory and practice as
                 Lessons can be taken for .5 or 1 credits. May be repeated for additional credit.                   they apply to small business and service business situations.
                  ELECTRIC BASS                                                                          H/SP       Prerequisite: Placement test score consistent with readiness for college level mathematics
                 Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                                                            or completion of MATH 089 with a 2.0 or higher, or permission of instructor.
                 MUSC 147A            ARR         Brem-ARR                       Stoican J       .5- 1cr 3661       10:00a-11:20a        MTWTh Brem-BUS 105                        Drzewiecki E       5cr 2404
                 MUSC 147A            ARR         Poul-ARR                       Ferguson R      .5- 1cr 8360        OFTEC 124          ELECTRONIC PRINTING CALCULATORS
                  PIANO                                                                                 H/SP        Control and operation of electronic printing and display calculators. Emphasis on
                                                                                                                    attaining minimum office proficiency.
                 MUSC 149B             ARR         Brem-ARR                      Welle T         .5- 1cr 3651
                                                                                                                    10:00a-12:50p       TTh    Shel-TJL 116  $12 Ledgerwood A                     2cr 7273
                  vOICE                                                                                  H/SP
                                                                                                                     OFTEC 130         ACCOUNTING SIMULATION/SERv BUSINESS                             CE
                 Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                                                            Simulated accounting application involving the accounting cycle for a service
                 MUSC 147C            ARR         Brem-ARR                       Paxson J        .5- 1cr 3670       business.
                 MUSC 147C            ARR         Brem-ARR                       Trainer R       .5- 1cr 3681       Prerequisite: OFTEC 121 or ACCT& 201.
                 MUSC 147C            ARR         Brem-ARR                       Trainer S       .5- 1cr 3685       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses  $8 Salas J    1cr 2410
                  CLASSICAL GUITAR                                                                      H/SP         OFTEC 131         ACCOUNTING SIMULATION/MERCH BUSINESS      CE
                 MUSC 147H      ARR                Brem-ARR                      Dell C          .5- 1cr 3665       Simulated accounting application involving the accounting cycle for a
                  GUITAR                                                                                 H/SP       merchandising business.
                 Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                                                            Prerequisite: OFTEC 121 or ACCT& 201.
                 MUSC 147I            ARR         Brem-ARR                       Dell C          .5- 1cr 3653       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses  $8 Salas J                          1cr 2412
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                 MUSC 147I            ARR         Brem-ARR                       Stoican J       .5- 1cr 3657        OFTEC 132         ACCOUNTING SIMULATION/CORPORATION                               CE
                 MUSC 147I            ARR         Poul-ARR                       Ferguson R      .5- 1cr 8356       Simulated accounting application involving the accounting cycle for a corporation.
                                                                                                                    Prerequisite: ACCT& 202.
                                                                                                                    Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $8 Salas J             1cr 2414

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 OFTEC 136        CUSTOMER SERvICE INFORMATION AGE                                        OFTEC 214        ADvANCED OFFICE APPLICATIONS
Develop skills using various research and technological tools to help identify quality   Integration of business-standard software skills focusing on MS Office Suite.
care in a customer service environment. (Pass/No Credit)                                 Emphasis is on problem solving, collaboration, and independent thinking.
1:00p- 3:30p        M          Brem-TEC 111 (ITV/HYBD) Salas J            2cr 2416       Prerequisite: OFTEC 141, OFTEC 152, and OFTEC 170 or CMPTR 154, keyboarding
1:00p- 3:30p        M          Poul-OCP 110 (ITV/HYBD) Salas J            2cr 8274       proficiency at 45+ NWAM or permission of instructor.
1:00p- 3:30p        M          Shel-TJL 120 (ITV/HYBD) Salas J            2cr 7276       11:30a-12:50p       MTWTh Brem-TEC 201                 Hudson T/Sindel L 4cr 2440
                                                                                         10:00a-12:50p       TTh       Shel-TJL 116             Ledgerwood A 4cr 7283
 OFTEC 138        PEACHTREE ACCOUNTING
A hands-on, realistic approach to small business accounting, using specialized            OFTEC 256         BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE
“Peachtree” accounting software and integration with MS Word and Excel 2007.             Effective composition for business of letters, memos, and reports. Includes writing
Prerequisite: OFTEC 121 or ACCT& 201 or permission of instructor.                        style, tone, grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary. Recommended for all business
1:00p- 3:50p        W         Brem-TEC 111 (ITV/HYBD) Salas J              4cr 2418      administration and office technology students.
1:00p- 3:50p        W         Poul-OCP 110 (ITV/HYBD) Salas J              4cr 8276      Prerequisite: OFTEC 156, ENGL 100, or permission of instructor; keyboarding ability.
1:00p- 3:50p        W         Shel-TJL 120 (ITV/HYBD) Salas J              4cr 7275      Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Hudson T           5cr 2442
 OFTEC 139         QUICKBOOKS                                                                              organizational leadership/
A hands-on, realistic approach to small business accounting using specialized                                resource management
“QuickBooks” accounting software and integration with MS Word and Excel 2007.
Prerequisite: OFTEC 121 or ACCT& 201 or permission of instructor.                         OLRM 150         IMPROvING HUMAN EFFECTIvENESS
                                                                                         Organizational performers are clear on their strengths and how they can be used
1:00p- 3:50p        W Brem-TEC 111 (ITV/HYBD) $12 Salas J                  4cr 2422
                                                                                         in personal/professional settings. Explores how strengths can create a fulfilling
1:00p- 3:50p        W Poul-OCP 109 (ITV/HYBD) $12 Salas J                  4cr 8277      career and life.
1:00p- 3:50p        W Shel-TJL 120 (ITV/HYBD) $12 Salas J                  4cr 7277
                                                                                         8:00a- 5:30p FSa 7/10,7/11 Brem-SHP 200               Yergler J      2cr 2458
 OFTEC 141         MS WORD SPECIALIST
Comprehensive approach to learning the current release of MS Word in the Windows          OLRM 197         LEADERSHIP PRACTICUM
                                                                                         A practical application in the working world of the basic theories studied in the
environment. Topics include paragraph/page formatting and editing, tables, columns,      above program or discipline.
mail merge, graphics, and Web pages. Prepares completers to use Word in personal
                                                                                         ARR                ARR                       Yergler J                     3cr 2460
and business settings and for the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification.
Prerequisite: CMPTR 150 and keyboarding by touch, or permission of instructor.            OLRM 201         INTRO TO ORGANIzATIONAL LEADERSHIP                            CE
10:00a-11:20a       MTWTh Brem-TEC 201                  Hudson T/Sindel L 4cr 2426       Introduction to leadership within organizations, history of leadership studies,
10:00a-12:50p       TTh       Shel-TJL 116              Ledgerwood A 4cr 7278            leadership theories, case studies, vision, understanding relationships of leadership,
                                                                                         motivation, and power.
 OFTEC 152        MS ExCEL SPECIALIST                                                    Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Stiff D                       5cr 2461
Comprehensive approach to learning current release of MS Excel in Windows
environment. Topics include formulas, logical functions, building charts, hyperlinks,     OLRM 202        INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIzATIONAL ETHICS                          CE
graphics, formatting, and managing data. Prepares completers to use Excel in             Introduction to organizational ethics, understanding the correlation between
personal and business settings and take the MS Excel Specialist exam.                    leadership/management practice and the reflectiveness of moral philosophy,
                                                                                         applying ethical decision making model to ethical dilemmas.
Prerequisite: CMPTR 150.
10:00a-12:50p       TTh       Shel-TJL 116              Ledgerwood A       4cr 7281      Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Bolton K           5cr 2462
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $32 Bermea N           4cr 2428       OLRM 220         HUMAN RELATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE
                                                                                         The study of interactions between people at the workplace. Focus on developing
 OFTEC 156        BUSINESS ENGLISH
                                                                                         skills to work effectively as a team member and part of an organization.
A business-centered approach to improving writing skills by reviewing grammar,
language usage, structure, English mechanics, editing, proofreading, and spelling.       8:00a- 9:50a       MW         Brem-BUS 201              Yergler J          3cr 2470
                                                                                         5:00p- 6:50p       TTh        Brem-ENG 115A             Adams B            3cr 2474
Prerequisite: Assessment test at college level reading and writing or ENGL 099.          Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $24 Bolton K           3cr 2466
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $40 Hudson T          5cr 2430
 OFTEC 162          GENERAL OFFICE PROCEDURES                                             OLRM 225         HUMAN RELATIONS IN ORGANIzATIONS
                                                                                         The study of interactions between people in organizational settings. Focuses on
Introduction to the office environment, receptionist duties, equipment and supply
                                                                                         developing skills to communicate effectively with other people as an individual, group,
control, bank services, payroll procedures, mail and resume/job hunting skills.
                                                                                         and a team member including verbal, non-verbal language, and listening skills.
Prerequisite: CMPTR 150 and OFTEC 110 or equivalent skills with permission of            1:00p- 3:50p        TTh        Brem-BUS 200              Yergler J         5cr 2475
instructor.
10:00a-12:50p       T        Brem-TEC 111 (HYBD) Salas J                   4cr 2432       OLRM 250         ORGANIzATIONAL COMMUNICATION                                     CE
                                                                                         Presents concepts of organizational communication based on a competency-
  OFTEC 165       INTRO TO MS OFFICE POWERPOINT 2007                                     based approach incorporating personal knowledge, interpersonal sensitivity,
Use MS Office PowerPoint 2007 to create and edit a presentation, augment with design,    communications skills, and ethical values.
graphics, audio/video, and other formatting, and enhance slideshow techniques.           Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Yergler J          5cr 2480
10:00a-12:50p       W Brem-TEC 111 (ITV/HYBD) $12 Salas J                 4cr 2434
10:00a-12:50p       W Poul-OCP 110 (ITV/HYBD) $12 Salas J                 4cr 8279        OLRM 260         CONFLICT RESOLUTION                                              CE
                                                                                         Provides the knowledge and practice to master the skills necessary to manage
 OFTEC 180        INTEGRATION OF SOFTWARE APPLICATIONS                                   conflict, encourage cooperation, and create workable solutions.
Reinforce understanding and proficiency with MS Office 2007, completing tasks in         10:00a-12:50p       TTh        Brem-BUS 200              Yergler J         5cr 2482
Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint, and integrating between these applications.
Prerequisite: CMPTR 150 or permission of instructor.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $16 Salas J           2cr 2438
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                                               parent education                                            PEFSP 153/253 FAST FITNESS                                                         CE
                                                                                                          Self-paced fitness class incorporating both resistance training and cardiovascular
                  PARED 100         CHILD GUIDANCE & DEvELOPMENT                                          exercise. Contact PE coordinator for more information @ 360.475.7742.
                 Group discussions, internet research and instructor guidance, about child growth         ARR               ARR       ARR                   $5 MacKenzie M            2cr
                 and development, guidance and discipline, and building family relationships.               Use item# 5250 for PEFSP 153; use item# 5252 for PEFSP 253
                 (Pass/No Credit)
                 Prerequisite: Child must be enrolled in the OC Child Development and Family Center.       PEFSP 175/275 JOGGING/AEROBICS
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $8 Kluge B           1cr 3691     Exploration of concepts of improving lifetime aerobic fitness. Jog a variety of
                                                                                                          distances and courses with sufficient stimulus to produce aerobic fitness.
                  PARED 101 CHILD GUIDANCE & DEvELOPMENT—ExTENDED                                         8:30a- 9:35a      MTWTh Brem-PED 002                  MacKenzie M           2cr
                 Group discussions, internet research and instructor guidance, about child growth
                 and development, guidance and discipline, and building family relationships.
                                                                                                            Use item# 5274 for PEFSP 175; use item# 5276 for PEFSP 275
                 Additional focus on child guidance is explored in this course. (Pass/No Credit)           PEFSP 178/278 AEROBIC WALKING
                 Prerequisite: Must have child of preschool age or instructor permission.                 Exploration of concepts of improving lifetime aerobic fitness. Walk a variety of
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $16 Kluge B         2cr 3692      distances and courses with sufficient stimulus to produce aerobic fitness.
                                                     philosophY                                           8:30a- 9:35a      MTWTh Brem-PED 002                  MacKenzie M           2cr
                                                                                                            Use item# 5284 for PEFSP 178; use item# 5286 for PEFSP 278
                  PHIL& 101         INTRO TO PHILOSOPHy                                           H/SS     PEFSP 187         BEGINNING WEIGHT TRAINING
                 Introduction to philosophical questions that deal with rational inquiry in the various
                                                                                                          Introduction to the basic principles of weight training. Students will learn how to
                 areas of philosophical study: metaphysics, epistomology, ethics, religion, and other
                                                                                                          use both selected machines and free weights, as well as learn how to incorporate
                 areas. (Formerly PHILO 101)
                                                                                                          them into a comprehensive workout program.
                 10:00a-11:20a       MTWTh       Brem-ST 127 (ITV)          Kunz R          5cr 3700      10:00a-11:05a        MTWTh Brem-PED 002  $5 MacKenzie M                     2cr 5288
                 10:00a-11:20a       MTWTh       Poul-OCP 221 (ITV)         Kunz R          5cr 8365
                 10:00a-11:20a       MTWTh       Shel-PB 003 (ITV)          Kunz R          5cr 7370                           phYsical therapist assistant
                                                                                                           Classes meet at Poulsbo Village, 19351 - 8th Ave. NE, Suite 200, Poulsbo.
                                   phYsical education—education                                            Phone: 360.779.4026.
                  PE-ED 109         BASIC CPR                                                              PTA 105           CURRENT PT TRENDS & ISSUES
                 Basic Adult CPR using American Red Cross (ARC) Standards. (Pass/No Credit)               The course will discuss current issues relevant to physical therapy that may be
                 8:00a- 4:20p        Sa 7/25 Brem-BUS 101               $9 MacKenzie M      1cr 5110      controversial or that may have recently been introduced to the profession.
                 8:00a- 4:20p        Sa 6/27 Poul-OCP 219               $9 MacKenzie M      1cr 8468      Prerequisite: Passing grade in all previous Physical Therapist Assistant courses.
                 8:00a- 4:20p        Sa 7/11 Shel-PB 002                $9 Blackwood W      1cr 7450      ARR                  TTh        PTA (HYBD)                  Mimaki S            2cr 8606
                  PE-ED 110         BASIC FIRST AID                                                        PTA 123           PTA PROCEDURES Iv-PHySICAL AGENTS
                 Basic First Aid using American Red Cross (ARC) Standards. (Pass/No Credit)               Concepts of physical agents used in physical therapy including thermal agents,
                 8:00a- 4:20p        Su 7/26 Brem-BUS 101               $9 MacKenzie M      1cr 5112      hydrotherapy, traction, compression, ultrasound and electrical currents, including lab.
                 8:00a- 4:20p        Su 6/28 Poul-OCP 219               $9 MacKenzie M      1cr 8469      Prerequisite: Passing grade in all prior Physical Therapist Assistant courses.
                 8:00a- 4:20p        Su 7/12 Shel-PB 002                $9 Blackwood W      1cr 7452      10:00a-12:00p        MW         PTA (HYBD)             $35 Bartlett L          6cr 8608
                                                                                                            and 1:00p- 3:00p MW at an arranged location
                            phYsical education—fitness and sports
                  Some of the courses listed below have a 100-level and a 200-level course                 PTA 124           PTA PROCEDURES v-NEUROMUSCULAR
                  number. Register for the 100-level the first time you take the course. To take          Prepares students to perform assessment and intervention techniques regarding
                  the course again for additional credit, register for the 200-level.                     neuromuscular conditions. Extensive instruction with lab practice in therapeutic
                                                                                                          exercise for neuromuscular conditions.
                  PEFSP 106/206 GOLF
                 The fundamental skills of golf, proper equipment usage, etiquette, and rules             Prerequisite: Passing grade in all prior Physical Therapist Assistant courses.
                 necessary to play golf as a recreational sport. (Students pay for balls at site.)        10:00a-12:00p        TTh        PTA (HYBD)             $35 Mimaki S/Zinn K 6cr 8610
                                                                                                            and 1:00p- 3:00p TTh at an arranged location
                 4:45p- 6:50p       M           Gold Mountain Golf Course Naff T            1cr
                   Use item# 5206 for PEFSP 106; use item# 5208 for PEFSP 206                                                                     phYsics
                  PEFSP 109/209 SELF DEFENSE                                                               PHyS 110          INTRODUCTION TO PHySICS                                         NS
                 The fundamental skills necessary to defend yourself and/or others in the event you       Metric System, Velocity and Acceleration, Vector’s, Newton’s Laws, Work and
                 are confronted by an attacker/assailant.                                                 Energy, Momentum, Rotational Motion.
                 10:00a-11:05a     MW        Brem-PED 001          $5 Edgar R               1cr           Prerequisite: MATH 099 with a grade of 2.0 or above, or concurrent enrollment in MATH
                   Use item# 5214 for PEFSP 109; use item# 5216 for PEFSP 209:                            099 with permission of instructor.
                  PEFSP 140       BEGINNING yOGA                                                          10:00a-11:20a       MTWTh Brem-ST 201              $15 Redd J              6cr 4904
                 Introduction to the theory and practice of yoga as a form of exercise, relaxation and      and 12:00p- 2:15p W ST 222 - Lab
                 improved posture. A foundation for sound physical and emotional health.
                 8:30a- 9:35a        MTWTh Brem-PED 003                 $5 Sheets K         2cr 5240                                      political science
                 5:00p- 7:10p        MW     Brem-PED 003                $5 Sheets K         2cr 5242       POLS& 101         INTRO POLITICAL SCIENCE                                          SS
                  PEFSP 142         INTERMEDIATE yOGA                                                     The principles and problems of the study of politics and government with focus on
                 Provides further exploration into the practice of yoga. Additional postures and          history and philosophy and systems used in the field. (Formerly POL-S 101)
                 exercises designed to achieve strength, flexibility, and proper body alignment.          10:00a-11:20a        MTWTh       Brem-HUM 103             Toren D           5cr 3814
                                                                                                          5:00p- 8:00p         MW          Brem-HUM 103             Toren D           5cr 3816
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                 10:00a-11:05a       MTWTh       Brem-PED 003           $5 Land C           2cr 5244




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 POLS& 202          AMERICAN GOvERNMENT                                                     SS                                          sociologY
Development, structure, and role of U.S. Government, with attention to democratic
traditions. Constitutionalism, federalism, civil liberties, political parties, and                 SOC& 101           INTRO TO SOCIOLOGy                                                      SS
propaganda. (Formerly POL-S 210)                                                                  Introduces the subject matter, theories and methods of sociology. Focuses on the
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Toren D                                 5cr 3820     interaction between the individual and the social milieu. (Formerly SOCIO 101)
                                                                                                  8:30a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-BUS 206                          Baldwin K            5cr   3908
                           practical nursing                                                      5:00p- 8:00p        TTh       Brem-ST 127 (ITV/HYBD)            Thompson J           5cr   3911
 Formal admission to the Practical Nursing (PN) program is required for all                       5:00p- 8:00p        TTh       Poul-OCP 221 (ITV/HYBD)           Thompson J           5cr   8375
 courses in the PN program. Application deadline is August 17 of each year                        5:00p- 8:00p        TTh       Shel-PB 003 (ITV/HYBD)            Thompson J           5cr   7390
 for the following Spring Quarter admissions process. Information sessions                        Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40          Cohen M              5cr   3900
 are held each quarter for the Nursing Programs. Additional information is                        USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $70          Barker C             5cr   3912
 located at www.olympic.edu/healthoccupations or call 360.394.2760.                                 Drives distributed during orientation session: 4:00p Monday, June 22 in Brem-HUM 103
 Current Practical Nursing students: Nursing program will give you a list of
 courses to register for each quarter.                                                             SOC 135            THE FAMILy                                                              SS
                                                                                                  Examines structural and personal change factors in families in Western and non-
 PNURS 108          CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGy                                                         Western countries. (Formerly SOCIO 135)
An introduction to current practices in drug therapy and the pharmacokinetics
that influence drug actions.
                                                                                                  Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                  $40 Cohen M                5cr 3918
Prerequisite: BIOL& 175 or BIOL& 241.                                                              SOC 190         U.S. RACE & ETHNICITy                                                    SS
9:00a-10:50a MTW 6/22-7/7 Poul-OCP 219                          Powell A             1cr 8472     An examination of America’s diverse ethnic and cultural traditions, with an emphasis
4:00p- 5:30p        W         Shel-OCS 118                      Madea A              1cr 7480     on global and comparative perspectives. (Formerly SOCIO 190)
                                                                                                  Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                  $40 Cohen M                5cr 3924
 PNURS 126 DOSAGE CALCULATIONS
Introduction to the dosage calculations used in medication administration in the                   SOC& 201        SOCIAL PROBLEMS                                                          SS
clinical setting.                                                                                 Students are asked to consider the value of studying social problems from a
Prerequisite: MATH 099.                                                                           sociological perspective. (Formerly SOCIO 102)
9:00a-10:50a MTW 7/13-7/27 Poul-OCP 219                         Powell A             1cr 8474     5:00p- 8:00p         MW           Brem-TEC 212 (ITV)            Adams S A            5cr 3926
2:30p- 3:50p        W      Shel-OCS 118                         Madea A              1cr 7482     5:00p- 8:00p         MW           Poul-OCP 110 (ITV)            Adams S A            5cr 8376
                                                                                                  5:00p- 8:00p         MW           Shel-TJL 116 (ITV)            Adams S A            5cr 7391
                                     psYchologY
                                                                                                                                           spanish
 PSyC& 100          GENERAL PSyCHOLOGy                                                      SS
Survey of basic topics in psychology including methods, biological basis of behavior,              SPAN& 121          SPANISH I                                                                   H
sensation, perceptions, learning, memory, motivation, emotion, and clinical                       Deals with principles of pronunciation and with elementary vocabulary and
                                                                                                  grammar structures for immediate basic communication. Explores geographical
psychology. (Formerly PSYCH 101)
                                                                                                  and cultural aspects of Spanish speaking countries. (Formerly FLSPN 101)
7:00a- 8:20a          MTWTh       Brem-HL 110 (ITV)             Dunlap D             5cr 3846
                                                                                                  11:30a- 2:20p MTWTh 6/22-7/16 Brem-HUM 107            Waisman A     5cr 3950
4:30p- 7:10p          TTh         NBK-Bangor                    Haarstick K          5cr 6232
  Contact OC at NBK-Bangor for civilian access 360.697.3656.                                       SPAN& 122          SPANISH II                                                                  H
8:00a-12:00p        Sa        Poul-OCP 218 (HYBD)               Gibson W             5cr   8371   Deals with practical vocabulary and broader grammar patterns for communication
7:00a- 8:20a        MTWTh Shel-PB 003 (ITV)                     Dunlap D             5cr   7375   in a daily, urban context. Explores geographical and cultural aspects of Spanish
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                        Barker C             5cr   3844   speaking countries. (Formerly FLSPN 102)
USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $70          Toren D              5cr   3848   Prerequisite: SPAN& 121 or equivalent.
  Drives distributed during orientation session: 1:00p Monday, June 22 in Brem-HUM 103            11:30a- 2:20p MTWTh 7/20-8/13 Brem-HUM 107                      Waisman A            5cr 3951
                                                                                                   SPAN& 221 SPANISH Iv                                                                      H
 PSyC& 200          LIFESPAN PSyCHOLOGy                                                     SS    The principles of Spanish syntax, lexicon, and grammar. Explores the history,
Introduces the development of different stages in physical, cognitive, personality,               geography, and culture of Spanish speaking countries. (Formerly FLSPN 201)
and socio-emotional changes over the life span. (Formerly PSYCH 224)
                                                                                                  Prerequisite: SPAN& 123 permission of instructor.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                   $40 Sandler J             5cr 3854     ARR                 ARR      ARR                                Waisman A            5cr 3952
 PSyC 221        SOCIAL PSyCHOLOGy                                                        SS                                           speech
The interaction between individuals and their social context. Recent research is
reviewed. Writing emphasis. (Formerly PSYCH 221)                                                   See Communication Studies section.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Barker C                                5cr 3851                                     technical design
 PSyC 260        INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL PSyCH                                           SS
Professional issues in clinical and counseling psychology and major therapeutic                    TEC-D 107          TECHNICAL DRAWING
techniques used in the professions. (Formerly PSYCH 260)                                          A beginning drawing course teaching both introductory hand drawing and
                                                                                                  computer drawing skills. Concepts taught include: care and use of instruments,
Prerequisite: Either PSYC& 100 or SOC& 101 or instructor’s approval.                              linetypes, sketching, numbering of planes, lettering and linework, orthographic
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Toren D                      5cr 3852     projection, primary and secondary auxiliary projections, introduction to descriptive
                                     science                                                      geometry, isometric drawing and isometric sections, orthographic sections, and an
                                                                                                  introduction to the theory of dimensioning.
 SCI 100            INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE                                                NS     Prerequisite: Students must have appropriate manual drafting tools and access to an
Overview of sciences taught at Olympic College. Basic concepts of the scientific                  Olympic College computer using AutoCAD software.
method, chemistry, biology, physics, and evolution. For students with little or no                2:35p- 4:55p MTWTh 6/22-7/30 Brem-SHP 115          $30 Raty R              4cr 2510
science background.
                                                                                                                                                                                                      summer classes




Prerequisite: MATH 094 and ENGL 099 or equivalent as determined by appropriate                     TEC-D 270         3D ANALyST                                                       CE
placement test scores.                                                                            For those who want to apply three-dimensional visualization and analysis
5:00p- 8:00p        MW       Poul-OCP 109 (ITV)         Galbreath C     5cr 8495                  techniques to their spatial data. (Pass/No Credit)
5:00p- 8:00p        MW       Shel-PB 003 (ITV)          Galbreath C     5cr 7466                  Prerequisite: TEC-D 139 or TEC-D 150.
                                                                                                  Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                  $15 Gross L                2cr 2515
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                  summer classes

                  TEC-D 271        GEODATABASES FOR GIS                                           CE      WELD 102          ARC WELDING II
                 For experienced ArcGIS users who need an introduction to creating, editing, and         Shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) making sound groove welds and fillet welds
                 managing data stored in a personal geodatabase. (Pass/No Credit)                        in all positions using E7018 electrodes on plain carbon steel.
                 Prerequisite: TEC-D 139 or TEC-D 150.                                                   Prerequisite: WELD 101, completion of WELD 106 or permission of instructor.
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses  $15 Gross L                     2cr 2516      8:00a- 2:30p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Brem-SHP 108             Kitchens A/Snell K 6cr 2570
                                                                                                         5:00p- 9:45p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Brem-SHP 108               Beal R               6cr 2568
                  TEC-D 272         GEOPROCESSING WITH GIS                                      CE       8:00a- 2:30p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                  6cr 7289
                 For experienced ArcGIS users who want to use geoprocessing tools and models
                 in their GIS projects. (Pass/No Credit)                                                  WELD 103         ARC WELDING III
                 Prerequisite: TEC-D 139 or TEC-D 150.                                                   Producing sound groove welds in the 2G and 3G positions on mild steel welded with the
                                                                                                         shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) process using E7018 electrode classification.
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses  $15 Gross L                     2cr 2517
                                                                                                         Prerequisite: WELD 102 and completion of WELD 106 or permission of instructor.
                  TEC-D 273         MAP PROJECTIONS IN GIS                                      CE       8:00a- 2:30p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Brem-SHP 108             Kitchens A/Snell K 6cr 2574
                 For students and GIS professionals who want to understand the properties of             5:00p- 9:45p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Brem-SHP 108               Beal R             6cr 2572
                 different map projections and coordinate systems. (Pass/No Credit)
                                                                                                         8:00a- 2:30p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                6cr 7290
                 Prerequisite: TEC-D 139 or TEC-D 150.
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $15 Gross L            2cr 2518       WELD 104         GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING
                                                                                                         Develop skills required for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) in the flat, horizontal
                  TEC-D 274         NATURAL RESOURCE GIS                                        CE       and vertical positions on mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum plate.
                 Methods for acquiring, evaluating, creating, manipulating, and integrating data in
                 preparation for analysis and map creation. It addresses problems commonly encountered
                                                                                                         Prerequisite: WELD 100, 106 and 107 or concurrent enrollment in WELD 107 or
                 by those in the natural resource and conservation fields. (Pass/No Credit)              permission of instructor.
                 Prerequisite: TEC-D 139 or TEC-D 150.                                                   8:00a- 2:30p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Brem-SHP 108              Kitchens A/Snell K 6cr 2578
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $15 Gross L            2cr 2519      5:00p- 9:45p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Brem-SHP 108                Beal R           6cr 2576
                                                                                                         8:00a- 2:30p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C               6cr 7291
                  TEC-D 275         SPATIAL ANALyST                                             CE
                 For experienced ArcGIS users who want to work with rasters to identify spatial           WELD 105           GAS METAL ARC/FLUx CORED ARC WELDING
                 relationships, develop suitability models, or calculate the cost of travel over a       Develop skills required for Gas Metal Arc (MIG) and flux cored arc welding in the
                 surface. (Pass/No Credit)                                                               flat, horizontal and vertical positions on mild steel and aluminum plate.
                 Prerequisite: TEC-D 139 or TEC-D 150.                                                   Prerequisite: WELD 106 and 107 or concurrent enrollment in WELD 107 or permission
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $15 Gross L 2cr 2520                           of instructor.
                                                                                                         8:00a- 2:30p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Brem-SHP 108              Kitchens A/Snell K 6cr 2582
                       transition to adn (associate degree nursing)                                      5:00p- 9:45p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Brem-SHP 108                Beal R           6cr 2580
                  Formal admission to the Transition to Associate Degree Nursing (TADN)                  8:00a- 2:30p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C               6cr 7292
                  program is required for all courses in the TADN program. Application
                  deadline is August 17 of each year for the following Spring Quarter
                  admissions process. Information sessions are held each quarter for the                 WELD 125/126/127 WELDING REFRESHER LAB                                                CE
                  Nursing Programs. Additional information is located at www.olympic.edu/                Skill development and certification refresher for the purpose of passing employment
                  healthoccupations or call 360.394.2760.                                                and/or certification examinations.
                                                                                                         Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
                                                     welding
                                                                                                         WELD 125               ARR Brem-SHP 108                     Kitchens A/Snell K 2cr 2588
                  Required attendance the first day of class for safety orientation. Students must       WELD 125               ARR Brem-SHP 108                     Beal R             2cr    2586
                  provide own safety equipment. Advising required for all Welding students.              WELD 125 6/23-7/29 ARR Bronze Works, Shelton                Hobson C           2cr    7294
                  Welding Fees: $5 per credit up to a maximum of $50 per quarter.
                  Shelton classes held at Bronze Works, 50 W. Fredson Rd., 360.432.9555.                 WELD 126               ARR Brem-SHP 108                     Kitchens A/Snell K 4cr    2592
                  WABO Certification available at OC Welding Technology. Test is given the               WELD 126               ARR Brem-SHP 108                     Beal R             4cr    2590
                  first Friday of each month (except Aug. and Sept.). A WABO form must be                WELD 126 6/23-7/29 ARR Bronze Works, Shelton                Hobson C           4cr    7295
                  submitted by the Monday preceding the test. Visit Brem-SHP 204 or call                 WELD 127               ARR Brem-SHP 108                     Kitchens A/Snell K 6cr    2596
                  Al Kitchens, WABO examiner at 360.475.7312 for a test form.
                                                                                                         WELD 127               ARR Brem-SHP 108                     Beal R             6cr    2594
                  WELD 100         OxyACETyLENE WELDING                                                  WELD 127 6/23-7/29 ARR Bronze Works, Shelton                Hobson C           6cr    7296
                 Oxyacetylene welding and brazing in the flat, horizontal and vertical positions on
                 mild steel plate; Oxy fuel cutting and plasma arc cutting processes.                    WELD 190/191/192 WELDING SPECIAL PROJECTS
                 Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in WELD 106 or by permission of    The fabrication and manufacture of welded projects selected by the student or
                 instructor.                                                                             assigned by the instructor. Includes designing, cost analysis, ordering materials,
                 8:00a- 2:30p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Brem-SHP 108                 Kitchens A/Snell K 6cr 2562    and fabrication of projects.
                 5:00p- 9:45p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Brem-SHP 108                  Beal R            6cr 2560    Prerequisite: Advanced standing with instructor's permission.
                 8:00a- 2:30p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                  6cr 7287    WELD 190               ARR Brem-SHP 108                    Kitchens A/Snell K   3cr   2598
                   WELD 101         ARC WELDING I                                                        WELD 190 6/23-7/29 ARR Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                           3cr   7297
                 Shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) in the flat and horizontal positions on low           WELD 191               ARR Brem-SHP 108                    Kitchens A/Snell K   3cr   2602
                 carbon steel plate using E6010 and E7018 electrodes; Arc cutting with compressed        WELD 191 6/23-7/29 ARR Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                           3cr   7298
                 air (CAC-A).
                 Prerequisite: WELD 106.                                                                 WELD 192               ARR Brem-SHP 108                    Kitchens A/Snell K   3cr   2606
                 8:00a- 2:30p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Brem-SHP 108          Kitchens A/Snell K 6cr 2566           WELD 192 6/23-7/29 ARR Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                           3cr   7299
                 5:00p- 9:45p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Brem-SHP 108           Beal R            6cr 2564
                 8:00a- 2:30p TWTh 6/23-7/29 Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C           6cr 7288
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                                                                                                                                    fall classes – all sites
fall classes – all sites                                                                                                                                         fall classes
in this Section:                                                                                                                                                                           accounting
Accounting .................................................................................................................................... 33
Adult Education.............................................................................................................................. 33           ACCT& 201        PRIN OF ACCOUNTING I




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    fall classes
American Sign Language................................................................................................................ 33
Animation ..................................................................................................................................... 33
                                                                                                                                                          Begins with an overview of accounting as an information system, move to coverage of
Anthropology ................................................................................................................................ 33          the accounting cycle, examine accounting for merchandising operation, and concludes
Art ................................................................................................................................................ 34   with coverage of cash, receivables, and inventories. (Formerly BS-EC 251)
Astronomy..................................................................................................................................... 34         10:00a-12:15p      TTh        Brem-HUM 112               King S            5cr   2030
Automotive Technology .................................................................................................................. 34
Aviation ........................................................................................................................................ 35      1:00p- 3:15p       MW         Brem-ST 127 (ITV)          Snapp R           5cr   2036
Baccalaureate Nursing ................................................................................................................... 35              1:00p- 3:15p       MW         Poul-OCP 221 (ITV)         Snapp R           5cr   8201
Biology ......................................................................................................................................... 35      1:00p- 3:15p       MW         Shel-TJL 120 (ITV)         Snapp R           5cr   7201
Business ........................................................................................................................................ 36      Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                 King S            5cr   2032
Business and Economics ................................................................................................................. 36
Business Management ................................................................................................................... 36                 ACCT& 202 PRIN OF ACCOUNTING II
Chemistry ...................................................................................................................................... 37       Includes accounting for fixed assets, liabilities, partnerships, and corporations.
College Level Intensive English ....................................................................................................... 38
Communication Studies .................................................................................................................. 38               Additionally, coverage should include the statement of cash flows as well as the
Computer Information Systems ...................................................................................................... 38                    underlying principles of accounting. (Formerly BS-EC 252)
Cooperative Education.................................................................................................................... 40              Prerequisite: ACCT& 201.
Criminal Justice ............................................................................................................................. 41         Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses (9/21-12/9) Snapp R               5cr 2040
Culinary Arts ................................................................................................................................. 41
Drafting ........................................................................................................................................ 42      Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses (10/5-12/9) Snapp R               5cr 2042
Dramatic Arts ................................................................................................................................ 42          ACCT& 203 PRIN OF ACCOUNTING III
Early Childhood Education .............................................................................................................. 42
Economics...................................................................................................................................... 43        Development and analysis of accounting information for managerial decision-
Education ...................................................................................................................................... 43       making. (Formerly BS-EC 253)
Electronics ..................................................................................................................................... 43      Prerequisite: ACCT& 202 and high school algebra or its equivalent.
Engineering ................................................................................................................................... 44
English .......................................................................................................................................... 45     Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses (9/21-12/9) Snapp R               5cr 2044
Environmental Studies ................................................................................................................... 46              Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses (10/5-12/9) Snapp R               5cr 2046
Family Services.............................................................................................................................. 46
Fire Service-Fire Science ................................................................................................................. 46                                         adult education
Fire Service-Fire Service Mgmt & Admin. ........................................................................................ 47                        See pages 14-17 for English for Speakers of Other Languages, Basic Skills,
Foreign Languages ........................................................................................................................ 47              and GED Preparation classes.
French........................................................................................................................................... 47
General Studies ............................................................................................................................. 47                                 american sign language
Geographical Information Systems (GIS)......................................................................................... 47
Geography .................................................................................................................................... 47          ASL& 121         AM SIGN LANGUAGE I                                                  H
Geology ........................................................................................................................................ 48
German......................................................................................................................................... 48        An introductory course focusing on expressive and receptive signing in the context
Health Occupations ........................................................................................................................ 48            of everyday situations. In addition to basic vocabulary and grammar, the culture and
History .......................................................................................................................................... 48     history of the deaf and culturally appropriate behaviors are introduced. (Formerly
Hospitality Management ................................................................................................................ 48                FLASL 145 and SPCH 145)
Human Services ............................................................................................................................. 49
Human Services Substance Abuse Counselor.................................................................................... 49                           9:00a- 9:50a        DAILY      Brem-ENG 115A             Romano A          5cr   3070
Humanities .................................................................................................................................... 49        10:00a-11:24a       MWF        Brem-HUM 117              Romano A          5cr   3071
Integrated Multimedia ................................................................................................................... 49              1:00p- 3:15p        TTh        Brem-HUM 103              TBA               5cr   3075
Japanese ....................................................................................................................................... 50       5:00p- 7:15p        MW         Brem-SHP 115              TBA               5cr   3073
Journalism .................................................................................................................................... 50
Learning Communities ................................................................................................................... 50               10:00a-11:24a       MWF        Poul-OCP 105              Elliott M         5cr   8310
Mathematics .................................................................................................................................. 51                                            animation
Medical Assisting............................................................................................................................ 52
Music ............................................................................................................................................ 53      See Integrated Multimedia section
Nursing (ADN) ............................................................................................................................... 54
Office Technology .......................................................................................................................... 54                                          anthropologY
Organizational Leadership/Resource Management.......................................................................... 56
Parent Education ........................................................................................................................... 56            ANTH& 100        SURvEy OF ANTHROPOLOGy                                          SS
Philosophy .................................................................................................................................... 57        Survey of the subfields of archaeology, biological anthropology and linguistic
Physical Education—Education ...................................................................................................... 57
Physical Education—Fitness And Sports.......................................................................................... 57                        and cultural anthropology; physical and cultural variation and change examined.
Physical Education—Recreation & Dance ....................................................................................... 58                          (Formerly ANTHR 101)
Physical Therapist Assistant ............................................................................................................ 58              10:00a-12:15p      TTh     Brem-ART 123                  Aranyosi E        5cr 3001
Physics .......................................................................................................................................... 59     11:30a-12:54p      MWF     Brem-ART 123                  Hartse C          5cr 3002
Political Science ............................................................................................................................. 59
Practical Nursing............................................................................................................................ 59           ANTH& 205        BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGy                                    NS/SS
Psychology .................................................................................................................................... 59        Views humans as biological organisms within the framework of culture. Attention
Science .......................................................................................................................................... 60
Sociology....................................................................................................................................... 60       is given to human variation and adaptation; genetics, primate studies, fossil evidence
Spanish ......................................................................................................................................... 60      for human evolution. (Formerly ANTHR 201)
Speech .......................................................................................................................................... 60      Prerequisite: Recommend ANTH& 100.
Technical Design ............................................................................................................................ 60          Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Aranyosi E         5cr 3003
Transition to ADN (Associate Degree Nursing) ................................................................................ 61
Welding......................................................................................................................................... 61
Workforce Training ........................................................................................................................ 62


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                ANTH& 206          CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGy                                                    SS     ART 226           CERAMICS III                                                 H/SP
               Cross-cultural comparison of non-Western and Western cultures; includes history,                   Continuation of ART 225, with further experimentation in porcelain and glazes.
               theories, and methods of the field. (Formerly ANTHR 202)                                           Prerequisite: ART 106, 110, and 225.
               10:00a-11:24a         MWF          Brem-ART 123                   Hartse C              5cr 3004   1:00p- 3:50p        MW         Brem-ART 134          $30 Weichman M         5cr 3033
                ANTH& 207          LINGUISTIC ANTHROPOLOGy                                               H/SS     7:25p-10:05p        TTh        Brem-ART 134          $30 Vokolek W          5cr 3037
               Linguistic methods and theories used within anthropology; includes a variety of                     ART 230           WATERCOLOR I                                                 H/SP
               approaches to the study of language. (Formerly ANTHR 203)
fall classes




                                                                                                                  An introductory course on the basic materials and techniques of watercolor painting.
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                    $40 Hartse C                5cr 3005   Emphasis will be on paint application, color theory and mixing, paper qualities,
                ANTH 335           CULTURE/HEALTH/HEALING                                                H/SS     composition, and stylistic possibilities of the medium.
               Introduces students to an anthropological perspective on disease, illness, and health.             1:00p- 3:50p         MW         Brem-ART 116         $20 Wu I               5cr 3040
               Examines cultural explanations of and responses to disease and illness (physical                    ART 231           WATERCOLOR II                                                H/SP
               and mental), different cultural approaches to treatment and curing, and factors                    Continuation of ART 230, encouraging further development of personal imagery,
               (cultural and environmental) that influence the distribution of disease, illness, and              technique, and style. A variety of subject matter will be explored.
               health within and between cultures. (Formerly ANTHR 335)
                                                                                                                  Prerequisite: ART 230.
               Prerequisite: None (ANTH& 206 or ADN Degree recommended).                                          1:00p- 3:50p        MW          Brem-ART 116         $20 Wu I               5cr 3041
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses        $40 Hartse C                            5cr 3010
                 Upper Division Rates Apply. See tuition & fees at www.olympic.edu/Students/Tuition.               ART 232           WATERCOLOR III                                               H/SP
                                                                                                                  Emphasis on composition combining transparent and opaque watercolor, acrylic,
                                                             art                                                  pastels, ink, charcoal and collage. The development of painting within an historical
                                                                                                                  and multicultural context through individual instruction.
                ART& 100           ART APPRECIATION                                                          H    Prerequisite: ART 231.
               Find personal meaning in visual arts, painting, sculpture, and architecture with emphasis          1:00p- 3:50p        MW          Brem-ART 116         $20 Wu I               5cr 3042
               on diversity of form, content, and comparative styles. (Formerly ART 100)
               12:00p-12:50p      DAILY      Brem-Rotunda (HYBD) Moga E                                5cr 3020                                      astronomY
               5:00p- 7:15p       MW         Poul-OCP 120 (HYBD)    Moga E                             5cr 8300
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses         $40 Deitchman E                        5cr 3022    ASTRO 101         INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMy                                       NS
                                                                                                                  Modern concepts and theories from the science of astronomy; motions of night-
                ART 102            ART HISTORy/ANCIENT—ByzANTINE                                             H    time sky, history of astronomy, light and telescopes, solar system, stars, and galaxies.
               Major achievements in painting, sculpture, architecture, and the decorative arts                   Particular emphasis on composition of our solar system.
               in Europe, the Near East and North Africa from prehistoric times through the                       Prerequisite: MATH 094 (Elementary Algebra) or equivalent.
               Byzantine Period.                                                                                  1:00p- 2:24p        MWF      Brem-ST 148                Fong D              5cr 4010
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                    $40 Deitchman E             5cr 3025   7:25p- 9:40p        MW       Brem-ST 148                Fong D              5cr 4011
                ART 106            DRAWING I                                                                 H     ASTRO 105         LIFE IN THE UNIvERSE—ASTROBIOLOGy                               NS
               Drawing from still life, the figure, and landscape, with an emphasis on observation                Introduction to Astrobiology, the study of the origin and evolution of life on Earth,
               and design skills.                                                                                 and the search for microbial and intelligent life elsewhere in the Universe.
               10:00a-12:50p         MW           Brem-ART 116             $20 Wu I                    5cr 3026
                                                                                                                  Prerequisite: MATH 094 (Elementary Algebra) or equivalent.
               10:00a-12:50p         TTh          Brem-ART 126             $20 Weichman M              5cr 3027
                                                                                                                  1:00p- 3:15p        TTh      Brem-ST 148                Fong D              5cr 4014
               6:00p- 8:50p          MW           Brem-ART 126             $20 Weichman M              5cr 3028
                ART 110            DESIGN I                                                                  H                             automotiVe technologY
               Study of the relationship of form: the elements and the principle of art and                        Bremer Automotive Technology Center (BAT): 1600 Warren Avenue,
               organization as an understanding of two-dimensional art design.                                     Bremerton. Tools required by all students for completion of the Automotive
               10:00a-12:50p         TTh          Brem-ART 116             $20 Sydow D                 5cr 3029    Technology Program.
               1:00p- 3:50p          MW           Shel-OCS 114             $20 Gallagher C             5cr 7312    AUT-T 101         INTRO TO AUTO TECH SySTEMS/SERvICE                               CE
                ART 125            CERAMICS I                                                            H/SP     Familiarization with basic automotive systems, tools, and service procedures.This course
               Cone ten stoneware, mixing clays, emphasis on pottery wheel, hand building, and                    or equivalent is prerequisite for admission into automotive vocational courses.
               glaze chemistry.                                                                                   6:10p- 9:50p         W          Brem-BAT 111         $10 Erhardt M          3cr 2000
               1:00p- 3:50p          MW           Brem-ART 134             $30 Weichman M              5cr 3031
               7:25p-10:05p          TTh          Brem-ART 134             $30 Vokolek W               5cr 3035   AUT-T 124-125 ENGINE REPAIR 1, 2 (BLOCK 1):
                                                                                                                  Prerequisite: AUT-T 101 or 171 or instructor permission.
                ART 136            PHOTOGRAPHy I                                                             H    Introduction to and practice in the fundamentals of automotive engine operation
               Basic photographic skills, including historical background, theory, study of noted
                                                                                                                  and service. Introduction to and practice in professional automotive engine
               photographers and their philosophies, techniques, lighting, aesthetics, scanning,
                                                                                                                  diagnosis and repair.
               manipulation, matting and output (web or print).
                                                                                                                  8:00a-12:30p         WThF       Brem-BAT 111         $10 Quinn S           10cr 2004
               5:00p- 7:50p      TTh         Brem-ENG 114 (HYBD) $20 Wallace A         5cr 3050
                ART 225            CERAMICS II                                                           H/SP
               Continuation of ART 125, with new emphasis on design. Experimentation with                          AUT-T 171         BASIC CAR REPAIR
               clays, glazes, and firing techniques.                                                              A hands-on guide to vehicle operation, preventative maintenance, simple
               Prerequisite: ART 125.                                                                             troubleshooting and repairs, and working with automotive service professionals.
               1:00p- 3:50p        MW             Brem-ART 134             $30 Weichman M              5cr 3032   6:10p- 9:50p         W          Brem-BAT 111         $10 Erhardt M          3cr 2010
               7:25p-10:05p        TTh            Brem-ART 134             $30 Vokolek W               5cr 3036
                                                                                                                   AUT-T 201         INTERNSHIP 1
                                                                                                                  Refinement and application of skills in the context of a professional repair shop.
                                                                                                                  Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
                                                                                                                  ARR                  ARR         ARR                 $10 Randall S          5cr 2012

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 AUT-T 202        INTERNSHIP 2                                                            BNURS 430         INTERACTIvE NURSING COMMUNICATION
Continued refinement and application of skills in the context of a professional          Explores communication concepts. Emphasis on theoretical models assessment of
repair shop.                                                                             communication, and development of communication abilities.
Prerequisite: AUT-T 201 and permission of instructor.                                    Prerequisite: Acceptance into BSN Program or permission of instructor.
ARR                  ARR       ARR                    $10 Randall S        5cr 2014      1:00p- 4:00p         F          Brem-BUS 105             Team taught       3cr 8810
 AUT-T 203        INTERNSHIP 3                                                            BNURS 450         PROFESSIONAL DEvELOPMENT SEMINAR I
Refinement of professional skills and preparation for employment.                        Focuses on the RN students’ transition to the academic setting and resources,




                                                                                                                                                                                  fall classes
Prerequisite: AUT-T 202 and permission of instructor.                                    strategies and skills to utilize during the baccalaureate-nursing program.
ARR                  ARR       ARR                    $10 Randall S        5cr 2016      Introduction to portfolio development.
                                                                                         Prerequisite: Admission to Baccalaureate Nursing program.
 AUT-T 221        AUTOMOTIvE DRIvETRAIN 1                                                10:00a-10:50a        T          Brem-ST 123 (HYBD)       Holk M            1cr 8812
Introduction to and practice in the inspection and service of automotive drivetrain
systems.                                                                                                                      BiologY
Prerequisite: AUT-T 101 or 171 or instructor permission.                                  BIOL 101          MARINE SCIENCE                                                NS
1:00p- 4:30p         MT        Brem-BAT 111          $10 Randall S         5cr 2020      Origin and extent of the ocean, its biological, chemical, geological, and physical
 AUT-T 250        AUTOMOTIvE AIR CONDITIONING SySTEMS                                    aspects. Interactions of plants and animals in the sea and their use by humans.
Introduction to and practice in the diagnosis and repair of automotive heating,          Includes some field trips. (Formerly BIO 101)
ventilation, and air conditioning systems.                                               10:00a-10:50a       MWF         Brem-ST 242         $15 Seavy D            5cr 4030
Prerequisite: One course from AUT-T 131-133; placement into college-level                  and 1:00p- 2:50p MW Brem-ST 243 - Lab
mathematics; or instructor permission.                                                    BIOL 104          PLANT BIOLOGy                                                 NS
8:00a-12:30p        MT         Brem-BAT 111        $10 Quinn S            5cr 2026       Basic content on plants, emphasizing diversity of structures, functions, economic
                                                                                         importance, and function of plants in vegetation systems and human communities.
                                    aViation                                             (Formerly BIO 100)
 Permission required to enroll. Email Avian Flight Center at dhanson2@                   5:00p- 7:15p        MW    Brem-ST 201                    Marvin L          5cr 4032
 oc.ctc.edu for more information. (Students will need to purchase flight                  BIOL 140          ENvIRONMENTAL ISSUES                                         NS
 manuals and other materials from Avian Flight Center.)
                                                                                         Ecological principles, the relationship of humans to the environment, and solutions
 AvIAT 101        AvIATION FUNDAMENTALS                                                  to environmental problems. Recommended for non-science majors. (Formerly
An introduction to basic aviation principles such as aircraft performance factors,       BIO 140)
FAA regulations, and resources aviation professionals use in everyday operations.        9:00a-10:20a        TTh         Brem-ST 142         $15 Ferguson D         5cr 4038
5:00p- 8:15p        M          Brem-HUM 108              Scott C           3cr 4018        and 10:30a-12:10p TTh Brem-ST 142 - Lab
 AvIAT 111        PRIvATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL                                             BIOL& 160         GENERAL BIOLOGy W/LAB                                         NS
Obtain the necessary aeronautical knowledge and meet the prerequisites specified         A general overview of important areas of biology for non-science majors beginning
in FAR Part 61 for a private pilot airmen knowledge test. Includes aerodynamics,         at the cellular level and culminating with a consideration of interactions and changes
navigation, weather, communications, regulations, flight physiology, weight balance,     in natural populations. (Formerly BIO 105)
and other subjects preparatory to the FAA Private Pilot written exam.                    9:00a- 9:50a        MWF         Brem-ST 148         $15 Elauria A          5cr 4044
9:00a-11:15a       MW Avian Flight Ctr.-Bremerton Airport Hanson D T     5cr 4022          and 9:00a-10:50a TTh Brem-ST 238 - Lab
6:00p- 8:15p       TTh Avian Flight Ctr.-Bremerton Airport Hanson D T    5cr 4020        9:00a- 9:50a        MWF         Brem-ST 148         $15 Elauria A          5cr 4046
10:00a- 2:40p      Sa Avian Flight Ctr.-Bremerton Airport Hanson D T     5cr 4021          and 11:00a-12:50p TTh Brem-ST 238 - Lab
 AvIAT 216        INSTRUMENT PILOT GROUND SCHOOL                                          BIOL& 175         HUMAN BIOLOGy W/LAB                                           NS
Provides students with information necessary to pass the FAA Instrument Pilot            The structure and function of major systems and current health issues of the human
written examination. Covers radio navigation, IFR flight planning and decision-          body. Includes gross anatomy and histology. Recommend for pre-professional
making, ATC procedures, Federal Aviation regulations pertinent to instrument             programs. (Formerly BIO 160)
flight. FAA part 141 approved.
                                                                                         12:00p-12:50p       TWThF       Brem-ENG 100        $15 TBA                5cr 4048
Prerequisite: Completion of Private Pilot Ground School (AVIAT 111) or instructor’s        and 8:00a- 9:50a F Brem-ST 241 - Lab
permission.                                                                              12:00p-12:50p       TWThF       Brem-ENG 100        $15 TBA                5cr 4050
6:00p- 8:15p        MW Avian Flight Ctr.-Bremerton Airport Hanson D T        5cr 4024      and 10:00a-11:50a F Brem-ST 241 - Lab
                        Baccalaureate nursing                                            5:00p- 6:50p        MW          Poul-OCP 218 (HYBD) $15 RapachHenry S 5cr 8400
                                                                                           and 7:00p- 8:55p M Poul-OCP 224 - Lab
 Upper Division Rates Apply. See tuition & fees at www.olympic.edu/
 Students/Tuition.                                                                       5:00p- 6:50p        MW          Poul-OCP 218 (HYBD) $15 RapachHenry S 5cr 8401
                                                                                           and 7:00p- 8:55p W Poul-OCP 224 - Lab
 BNURS 350        PROFESSIONAL WRITING FOR NURSES                                        1:00p- 2:50p        TTh         Shel-PB 002 (HYBD) $15 Celestine R         5cr 7411
Analytical reasoning and writing relevant to nursing practice. Theories of decision        and 3:00p- 4:50p T Shel-OCS 114 - Lab
making and problem solving related to health problems and clinical situations.
Prerequisite: Acceptance into RN-BSN Program or instructor permission.
11:00a- 2:00p        T          Brem-ENG 116 (HYBD) Holk M                 3cr 8806
 BNURS 410        CONTEMPORARy ETHICS IN NURSING
Review ethical theories and identify the influence of cultural, societal, professional
and other sources of values on ethical decision making in nursing.
Prerequisite: Acceptance into RN-BSN program. Successful completion of or concurrent
enrollment in BNURS 409.
9:00a-12:00p         F          Brem-SHP 200              White V           3cr 8808

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                BIOL 201       MAJORS BIOLOGy I (For majors & non-majors)               NS                                                          Business
               An introduction to the biological sciences, emphasizing genetic and cellular
               processes common to plants and animals. Designed to prepare students to enter                BUS& 101           INTRO TO BUSINESS                                                           SS
               advanced biology courses and pre-professional programs. (Formerly BIO 201)                  Business operations: management, marketing, finance, and human resources. Business
               Prerequisite: None, however, to satisfy the prerequisite for upper division biology         environments: global, economic, social, ethical, and political. (Formerly BS-EC 101)
               courses at some institutions, a year of general chemistry must be completed.                7:45a- 9:50a       TTh        Brem-BUS 206 (HYBD)                 Salas J              5cr    2056
               9:00a- 9:50a         MWF         Brem-ST 242           $15 Seavy D             5cr 4052     7:25p- 9:40p       MW         Brem-ST 127 (ITV)                   Ward A               5cr    2058
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                 and 8:00a- 9:50a TTh Brem-ST 243 - Lab                                                    7:25p- 9:40p       MW         Poul-OCP 109 (ITV)                  Ward A               5cr    8204
               9:00a- 9:50a        MWF         Brem-ST 242          $15 Seavy D             5cr 4054       7:25p- 9:40p       MW         Shel-TJL 116 (ITV)                  Ward A               5cr    7204
                 and 10:00a-11:50a TTh Brem-ST 243 - Lab                                                   Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                          King S               5cr    2052
               1:00p- 1:50p        MWF         Brem-ST 201          $15 Elauria A           5cr 4058        BUS& 201           BUSINESS LAW
                 and 2:10p- 4:00p MW Brem-ST 238 - Lab
                                                                                                           Origin and development of business law, the legal system, and enforcement of
               5:00p- 6:20p        MW          Brem-ENG 100         $15 Cobb S              5cr 4064       individual legal rights; law of torts, crimes, and business contracts. (Formerly
                 and 5:00p- 6:50p TTh Brem-ST 243 - Lab
                                                                                                           BS-EC 260)
               5:00p- 6:20p        MW          Brem-ENG 100         $15 Cobb S              5cr 4066
                 and 6:30p- 8:20p MW Brem-ST 243 - Lab                                                     1:00p- 3:15p       TTh        Brem-BUS 105                        Bosley E             5cr 2060
               8:00a- 8:50a        MWF         Poul-OCP 119 (HYBD) $15 Gabrielson K         5cr 8403       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                          King S               5cr 2062
                 and 8:00a- 9:50a TTh Poul-OCP 224 - Lab                                                    BUS 215            BUSINESS STATISTICS
                BIOL& 241         HUMAN A & P 1                                                    NS      Application of inferential statistics to business decisions; frequency distributions;
               Analysis of representative vertebrates for the chemical-physical process in organ systems   sampling, probability, hypotheses testing, and regression. (Formerly BS-EC 257
               and their gross anatomy and histology as they pertain to the human body. Enrollment         and 258)
               in BIOL& 241-BIOL& 242 insures transferable credit. (Formerly BIO 250)                      Prerequisite: MATH 099 or equivalent.
               Prerequisite: CHEM& 121 and CHEM& 131 (CHEM& 131 may be waived by exam); or                 11:30a-12:54p       MWF       Brem-BUS 106                        Ward A               5cr 2050
               CHEM& 141 and CHEM& 142 with a grade of 2.0 or better; concurrent enrollment in                                       Business and economics
               either CHEM& 131 or CHEM& 142 is permitted but not recommended.
               10:00a-10:50a      DAILY     Brem-ST 147         $15 TBA                6cr 4068             See Accounting, Business, and Economics sections.
                 and 11:00a- 1:30p W Brem-ST 241 - Lab
                                                                                                                                       Business management
               1:00p- 1:50p        DAILY       Brem-ST 242 (HYBD) $15 Ferguson D            6cr 4069
                 and 2:00p- 3:20p TTh Brem-ST 241 - Lab                                                     BMGMT 102 INTRODUCTION—INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
               1:00p- 1:50p        DAILY       Brem-ST 242 (HYBD) $15 Ferguson D            6cr 4070       Examines the fundamental issues facing international commerce. The course covers:
                 and 2:00p- 4:50p W Brem-ST 241 - Lab                                                      country and regional differences, the economics and politics of global trade and
                                                                                                           investment, business strategies and structures of international firms, and the global
               5:00p- 7:15p        TTh         Brem-ST 242          $15 TBA                 6cr 4071       monetary system. WTO and the world’s basic religions are also covered.
                 and 5:00p- 7:50p W Brem-ST 241 - Lab
                                                                                                           5:00p- 7:15p       MW         Brem-ST 127 (ITV/HYBD) MacKaben K           5cr 2069
               5:00p- 7:15p        TTh         Brem-ST 242          $15 TBA                 6cr 4072       5:00p- 7:15p       MW         Poul-OCP 105 (ITV/HYBD) MacKaben K          5cr 8206
                 and 7:25p- 8:55p TTh Brem-ST 241 - Lab                                                    5:00p- 7:15p       MW         Shel-TJL 120 (ITV/HYBD) MacKaben K          5cr 7206
               10:00a-11:24a       MWF         Poul-OCP 219 (HYBD) $15 Dodge M A            6cr 8405
                 and 8:30a- 9:55a MW Poul-OCP 224 - Lab                                                     BMGMT 105 INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL PLANNING
                                                                                                           Includes common sense budgeting and money management tips. Explores major
               10:00a-11:24a       MWF         Poul-OCP 219 (HYBD) $15 Dodge M A            6cr 8406       capital markets including: Stocks, Bonds, Mutual Funds, Money Markets and
                 and 12:00p- 1:25p TTh Poul-OCP 224 - Lab                                                  Real Estate. Provides insights into Consumer Credit, Predatory Lending, Identity
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $63 Dodge M A           6cr 8407       Theft, Phishing, and Check Cashing Outlets. Basic Insurance, Transportation,
                BIOL& 242 HUMAN A & P 2                                                          NS        and Retirement Planning needs are also discussed. There’s no reason not to have
               A continuation of BIOL& 241 with emphasis on blood, immunity, respiration,                  a financial plan anymore!
               urinary function, digestion, and reproduction. Lab includes dissections and structure       1:00p- 3:15p          TTh          Brem-BUS 206 (HYBD)            Bright K             5cr 2070
               identification. (Formerly BIO 251)                                                           BMGMT 140 BUSINESS AND PERSONAL MATHEMATICS
               Prerequisite: Both BIOL& 241 and CHEM& 131 with a grade of 2.0 or better.                   Solving practical business problems, in an applied context, involving one-variable
               9:00a- 9:50a         DAILY    Brem-ST 147        $15 Miller L             6cr 4073          linear equations. Bank account reconciliation and metrics are also discussed.
                 and 11:00a- 1:30p T Brem-ST 241 - Lab                                                     Prerequisite: MATH 089 with a grade of 2.0 or above or satisfactory placement test score.
               9:00a- 9:50a        DAILY       Brem-ST 147          $15 Miller L            6cr 4074       10:00a-12:15p       TTh        Brem-BUS 206                 Johnson H         5cr 2072
                 and 11:00a- 1:30p Th Brem-ST 241 - Lab                                                    5:00p- 7:15p        TTh        Brem-BUS 206                 Salas J           5cr 2074
               5:00p- 7:15p        MW          Brem-ST 242          $15 TBA                 6cr 4075       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                    Johnson H         5cr 2075
                 and 7:25p- 8:55p Mon. Brem-ST 241 (Lab) and Wed. Brem-ST 238
                                                                                                            BMGMT 146 ENTREPRENEURSHIP—FINANCIAL ANALySIS
                BIOL& 260         MICROBIOLOGy                                                     NS      A one-day entrepreneurial seminar focusing on small business financial statements
               The structure, function, metabolism, genetics, control and cultivation of                   and the use of ratio and trend analysis in turning your business around.
               microorganisms, and their role in immunity and disease. For pre-professionals.              8:30a- 5:30p Sa 10/17        Brem-HL 110 (ITV/HYBD) Johnson H          2cr 2078
               (Formerly BIO 260)                                                                          8:30a- 5:30p Sa 10/17        Poul-OCP 105 (ITV/HYBD) Johnson H         2cr 8207
               Prerequisite: CHEM& 121 or CHEM& 141/142 or CHEM& 241/242 and a minimum of 5                8:30a- 5:30p Sa 10/17        Shel-PB 003 (ITV/HYBD) Johnson H          2cr 7207
               credits in any of the following Biology courses with a lab (BIOL& 160, BIOL 201, BIOL&        Substantial online course requirements must be completed before the class meeting date. Please go
               241) all with a grade of 2.0 or better.                                                       to http://faculty.olympic.edu/hjohnson for assignments.
               10:00a-10:50a         MTWTh Brem-HUM 111               $15 Miller L          5cr 4076
                 and 11:00a-12:30p MW Brem-ST 238 - Lab
               2:00p- 2:50p        MTWTh       Poul-OCP 120 (HYBD) $15 Dodge M A            5cr 8408
                 and 3:00p- 4:20p TTh Poul-OCP 224 - Lab

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 BMGMT 149 ENTREPRENEURSHIP—MARKETING FOR GROWTH                                        10:00a-11:24a       MWF         Poul-OCP 218           $15 Pellock J             6cr 8409
An entrepreneurial 2-day seminar covering non-traditional marketing techniques            and 10:00a-11:50a T Poul-OCP 224 - Lab
critical for small business success and survival. Topics include: the use of public     10:00a-11:24a       MWF         Poul-OCP 218           $15 Pellock J             6cr 8410
relations and promotions, back-end marketing, getting the most out of word-of-            and 10:00a-11:50a Th Poul-OCP 224 - Lab
mouth advertising, accessing local advertising sources and creating winning press
releases. Applicable to start-up and existing small businesses.                         5:00p- 7:15p        MW          Shel-OCS 114           $15 Baker L               6cr 7414
                                                                                          and 5:00p- 9:25p Wed. Shel-OCS 114, and 7:25p- 9:15p Tues. Brem-ST 220 - Lab
8:30a- 5:30p Sa 9/26-10/3 Brem-HL 110 (ITV)             Johnson H        2cr 2079




                                                                                                                                                                                    fall classes
8:30a- 5:30p Sa 9/26-10/3 Poul-OCP 105 (ITV)            Johnson H        2cr 8208        CHEM& 131         INTRO TO ORGANIC/BIOCHEM                                           NS
8:30a- 5:30p Sa 9/26-10/3 Shel-PB 003 (ITV)             Johnson H        2cr 7213       Organic compounds including nomenclature and reactions of: hydrocarbons, alcohols,
 BMGMT 180 MARKETING                                                                    aldehydes and ketones, carboxylic acids, esters, amines. Biochemistry of carbohydrates,
Marketing in the new millennium is all about building profitable customer               lipids, proteins and enzymes, nucleic acids, metabolism. (Formerly CHEM 122)
relationships. This course explores consumer buying behavior, decisions as to which     Prerequisite: Completion of CHEM& 121 with a 2.0 or better.
target markets the organization can strategically access and serve, and determinants    11:00a-11:50a       DAILY      Brem-ST 242         $15 TBA                       6cr 4110
of a compelling value position to attract, keep, and grow targeted customers. You’ll      and 9:00a-10:50a Th Brem-ST 218 - Lab
never view commercials the same way again.                                              11:00a-11:50a       DAILY       Brem-ST 242            $15 TBA                   6cr 4112
10:00a-11:24a       MWF        Brem-BUS 206 (HYBD)      Bright K          5cr 2082        and 2:10p- 4:00p Th Brem-ST 218 - Lab
 BMGMT 181 PRINCIPLES OF SALES                                                          11:30a-12:50p       MWF         Poul-OCP 218           $15 Pellock J             6cr 8411
Selling isn’t what it used to be. Find out how being an information provider can help     and 1:00p- 2:50p F Poul-OCP 224 - Lab
you better meet your customer’s needs, improve opportunities for sales and support       CHEM& 139         GENERAL CHEMISTRy PREP                                             NS
a customer relationship management program (CRM). This course provides an               Prepares students for CHEM& 141 by introducing problem-solving techniques,
introduction into a number of effective selling techniques, information on handling     the metric system, measurements, atomic structure, stoichiometry, solution
objections, active listening and preparing that winning sales presentation.             chemistry, bonding, and molecular shape. NOT transferable for credit for science
1:00p- 3:15p          TTh        Brem-HL 110 (ITV/HYBD) MacKaben K        5cr 2084      or engineering students. (Formerly CHEM 139)
1:00p- 3:15p          TTh        Poul-OCP 109 (ITV/HYBD) MacKaben K       5cr 8209      Prerequisite: MATH 099 or equivalent with grade of at least 2.0.
1:00p- 3:15p          TTh        Shel-TJL 120 (ITV/HYBD) MacKaben K       5cr 7209      11:00a-11:50a       DAILY     Brem-ST 201                 Kieburtz R             5cr 4116
 BMGMT 183 NEGOTIATIONS                                                                 5:00p- 7:15p        TTh       Brem-ST 203                 Flowers B              5cr 4118
The fundamentals of effective “Win-Win” strategies and tactics imperative to             CHEM& 141 GENERAL CHEMISTRy I                                                        NS
getting what you want through the positive use of communication, information            Principles of chemistry including stoichiometry, enthalpy, atomic theory, gases,
and negotiating power.                                                                  periodicity, chemical bonding. (Formerly CHEM 140)
5:00p- 7:15p      TTh      Brem-ST 127 (ITV/HYBD) MacKaben K       5cr 2086             Prerequisite: CHEM& 139 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR successful completion of
5:00p- 7:15p      TTh      Poul-OCP 109 (ITV/HYBD) MacKaben K      5cr 8212             chemistry exam given by MESH and MATH 099 or equivalent with grade of 2.0 or higher.
5:00p- 7:15p      TTh      Shel-TJL 120 (ITV/HYBD) MacKaben K      5cr 7210             8:00a- 8:50a        DAILY      Brem-ST 203                Kieburtz R         5cr 4120
 BMGMT 203 SMALL BUSINESS PLANNING & MANAGEMENT                                         11:00a-11:50a       DAILY      Brem-ST 203 (HYBD)         Baldwin T          5cr 4122
Learn how to recognize an opportunity when you see it. Prior accounting and
                                                                                         CHEM& 151 GENERAL CHEM LAB I                                                     NS
marketing coursework or relevant business experience is strongly recommended.
                                                                                        Experiments illustrating general principles and quantitative relationships in
Discusses proper legal structures; financial competencies; and promotional strategies
                                                                                        chemistry. (Formerly CHEM 141)
in start-up and existing small business plan development.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 MacKaben K         5cr 7212      Prerequisite: CHEM& 141 or concurrent enrollment in CHEM& 141.
                                                                                        1:00p- 3:50p       T          Brem-ST 220          $15 TBA                       1cr 4124
                                    chemistrY                                           1:00p- 3:50p       W          Brem-ST 220          $15 TBA                       1cr 4126
                                                                                        1:00p- 3:50p       Th         Brem-ST 220          $15 Baldwin T                 1cr 4128
 CHEM& 110        CHEMICAL CONCEPTS W/LAB                                        NS
Introduces chemical principles in a nonmathematical format and is intended for           CHEM& 241 ORGANIC CHEM I                                                             NS
the liberal arts student. Topics will include food, energy, household chemicals, and    An introduction to the alkanes, alkenes, and alkynes. Includes discussions of
drugs. (Formerly CHEM 101)                                                              structure, including stereochemistry, chemical and physical properties, and
                                                                                        substitution/elimination reactions. (Formerly CHEM 240)
Prerequisite: MATH 094, or permission of instructor.
                                                                                        Prerequisite: CHEM& 142 with a grade of 2.0 or higher.
10:00a-10:50a       DAILY     Brem-ST 148            $15 Geyer C          6cr 4092
                                                                                        12:00p-12:50p      MTWTh Brem-ST 203 (HYBD)                  Baldwin T           4cr 4134
  and 11:00a-12:50p M Brem-ST 220 - Lab
                                                                                         CHEM& 251 ORGANIC CHEM LAB I                                                         NS
 CHEM& 121        INTRO TO CHEMISTRy                                             NS     Organic chemistry lab emphasizes mastery of techniques such as sample handling,
Atomic structure, chemical bonding, quantitative chemical relationships, solutions,     filtration, measuring physical constants, recrystallization, extraction, GC,
acids, bases, salts, buffers. An introduction to organic chemistry may be included.     polarimetry, and refractometry. (Formerly CHEM 241)
Primarily for ADN and Allied Health students. (Formerly CHEM 121)                       Prerequisite: CHEM& 241 or concurrent enrollment.
Prerequisite: Completion of MATH 099 with a 2.0 or better or or equivalent as           1:00p- 3:50p       W          Brem-ST 218         $15 Baldwin T                  1cr 4135
determined by appropriate placement test score for intermediate algebra.
1:00p- 2:05p        MTWTh Brem-ST 203                $15 Geyer C            6cr 4100
  and 11:00a-12:50p T Brem-ST 220 - Lab
1:00p- 2:05p        MTWTh      Brem-ST 203         $15 Geyer C            6cr 4102
  and 11:00a-12:50p W Brem-ST 220 - Lab
5:00p- 7:15p        MW         Brem-ST 203         $15 Flowers B          6cr 4104
  and 7:25p- 9:15p M Brem-ST 220 - Lab
5:00p- 7:15p        MW         Brem-ST 203         $15 Flowers B          6cr 4106
  and 7:25p- 9:15p W Brem-ST 220 - Lab


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                                   college leVel intensiVe english                                               CMPTR 107          INTRODUCTION TO PHP
                                                                                                                PHP is an open source programming language commonly associated with creation
                CLIE 101-104 COLLEGE LEvEL INTENSIvE ENGLISH                                                    of interactive Web pages. Create interactive Web pages with PHP from user data
               Offered at various skill levels, this intensive format focuses on listening, speaking,           and databases.
               reading, writing and grammar, with one level moving into another. Designed                       9:00a- 9:50a       DAILY      Brem-TEC 212                   Hanson D R          4cr 2101
               for those who wish to improve their English ability. Primarily for academic and                  Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                     Hanson D R          4cr 2102
               career enhancement purposes. Recommended to international students and those                       MS Word 2003 or newer REQUIRED, high speed Internet strongly recommended.
               whose first language is not English. Includes language lab, conversation partners
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               and field trips.                                                                                  CMPTR 110          INFORMATION SySTEMS CONCEPTS
               Prerequisite: Admission to the college and instructor or advisor permission.                     Explore the fundamentals of information processing. Topics include: hardware,
               Phone: Linda Pittman, 360.475.7189 or 360.490.3941 or Akiko Bates, 360.475.7718 or x7479         software, networking, the Internet, programming, and databases.
               9:00a- 2:00p DAILY 9/21-12/9 Brem-UQ1 000C                  TBA             7.5cr 3110           10:00a-11:24a      MW         Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD)            Bilodeau P          5cr   2104
                 Depending on student needs, the number of hours and days/times may be adjusted.                5:00p- 7:15p       TTh        Brem-TEC 111 (ITV)             Westlund M          5cr   2103
                                                                                                                5:00p- 7:15p       TTh        Poul-OCP 110 (ITV)             Westlund M          5cr   8216
                                         communication studies                                                  5:00p- 7:15p       TTh        Shel-TJL 116 (ITV)             Westlund M          5cr   7215
                                                                                                                Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                     Westlund M          5cr   2105
                    Learning Community (10-Credit Combination)                                                   CMPTR 111          INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SySTEMS
                THE MARKET PLACE OF IDEAS (ENGL& 101, CMST& 102)                           10CR H               Operating system theory and common operating systems found in business
               Mass Media’s Impact on American Culture: English Composition I, Intro to Mass Media              environments, like Windows, MS-DOS, and UNIX with hands-on activities.
                 See Learning Communities section for details.                                                  Prerequisite: CMPTR 110 or concurrent enrollment or permission of instructor.
                                                                                                                10:00a-12:15p       TTh       Brem-TEC 111 (ITV)        Westlund M          4cr        2106
                                                                                                                10:00a-12:15p       TTh       Poul-OCP 110 (ITV)        Westlund M          4cr        8218
                CMST& 210          INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICAT                                                H    10:00a-12:15p       TTh       Shel-TJL 120 (ITV)        Westlund M          4cr        7216
               Communication theory as applied to interpersonal communication. Includes verbal                  Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                Westlund M          4cr        2107
               and non-verbal language, listening, perception, and self-concept as it applies to
               communication, emotions, and conflict resolution. (Formerly SPCH 152)                             CMPTR 112          INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS
               8:00a- 8:50a          DAILY       Brem-HUM 117                 Babbo J              5cr   3101   Navigate and use Windows for simple applications. Textbook required.
               12:00p-12:50p         DAILY       Brem-HOC 139                 TBA                  5cr   3102   8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 9/26 Brem-TEC 100                     SanFilippo A         1cr 2108
               5:00p- 7:15p          MW          Brem-HUM 102                 Bourmatnov L         5cr   3103   Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                 $8 Hertel G             1cr 2111
               10:00a-12:15p         TTh         Shel-OCS 118                 Herndon S            5cr   7330    CMPTR 113          INTERNET BASICS                                                      CE
                CMST& 220          PUBLIC SPEAKING                                                         H    An introduction to the tools and strategies available to communicate, explore, and
               Principles and techniques of preparing and delivering effective public speeches to               retrieve information using the resources of the Internet. Some computer exposure
               inform, analyze, and persuade. (Formerly SPCH 151B)                                              suggested. Text required.
               10:00a-12:15p         TTh         Brem-HUM 109                 Hard A               5cr   3105   ARR - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                        Bermea N            1cr 2112
               11:30a-12:54p         MWF         Brem-HUM 109                 Hard A               5cr   3106    CMPTR 114          INTRODUCTION TO HTML
               1:00p- 3:15p          TTh         Brem-HUM 109                 Hard A               5cr   3107   Learn to use HTML tags to create web pages in accordance with XHTML
               10:00a-10:50a         DAILY       Poul-OCP 120                 McAllister R         5cr   8320   specifications. Create links, format text, create bulleted and numbered lists, insert
                CMST 242           CAREER COMMUNICATIONS                                                   H    images and background color/images, produce image maps, create forms, and
               The study of communication in career settings. Material to be covered includes                   understand multimedia possibilities. (Pass/No Credit)
               verbal and non-verbal language, listening, interviewing, conflict resolution, and                Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of Microsoft Windows 95 or later. Competent keyboarding skills.
               oral presentations. (Formerly SPCH 242)                                                          8:30a- 5:30p          Sa 10/17 Brem-TEC 200                   Bergman D         1cr 2113
               10:00a-11:24a         MWF         Brem-HUM 109                 Hard A               5cr 3108     Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                      Westlund M CE 1cr 2114
               7:10p- 9:25p          TTh         NBK-Bangor                   Bourmatnov L         5cr 6237      CMPTR 115          INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET
                 Contact OC at NBK-Bangor for civilian access 360.697.3656.                                     An introduction to the protocols, tools and strategies available to communicate,
                                  computer information sYstems                                                  explore, and retrieve information using the resources of the Internet.
                                                                                                                1:00p- 3:15p        M        Brem-TEC 111 (ITV/HYBD) Bilodeau P        3cr 2115
                Also see Office Technology section.                                                             1:00p- 3:15p        M        Poul-OCP 110 (ITV/HYBD) Bilodeau P        3cr 8219
                One-credit computer classes, formerly graded only as Pass/No Credit, are now                    1:00p- 3:15p        M        Shel-TJL 116 (ITV/HYBD) Bilodeau P        3cr 7218
                graded on the 4.0 scale. Students may still elect Pass/No Credit grading.                       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                      Westlund M         3cr 2117
                CMPTR 101          COMPUTER LITERACy                                                      CE
               Introduces and assesses basic computer literacy skills. Students will be assessed for
                                                                                                                 CMPTR 116          INTERNETWORKING I
                                                                                                                The student will be introduced to and develop knowledge and skill in fundamental
               literacy in basic computer use, file management, word processing, spreadsheets, the
                                                                                                                theory, design, planning and implementation of data communication networks
               World Wide Web, and email. (Pass/No Credit)
                                                                                                                working with industry standards and protocols.
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                       Westlund M           1cr 2098
                                                                                                                5:00p- 7:15p       MW        Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15 Blackwell K       4cr 2119
                CMPTR 103          WOMEN AND TECHNOLOGy
               Increase career knowledge and preparation in entering technology related fields.
                                                                                                                 CMPTR 118/201 INTERNETWORKING II/NETWORKING LAB
                                                                                                                Develop knowledge and skill in fundamental theory, design, planning and
               Explore Strategies for Achievement and success in the world of current and
                                                                                                                implementation of data communication networks working with industry standards
               emerging technologies. (Pass/No Credit)
                                                                                                                and protocols.
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                   $16 Hertel G             2cr 2099
                                                                                                                Prerequisite: CMPTR 116.
                CMPTR 105          SMALL OFFICE/HOME OFFICE NETWORKING                                          Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                $47 Blackwell K          4cr 2116
               Introduces how to install, configure, and operate a small office/home office (SOHO)              ARR                 ARR       Brem-ARR                      Blackwell K          1cr ARLO
               network. (Pass/No Credit)
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                   $16 Hertel G             2cr 2100

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 CMPTR 119/201 INTERNETWORKING III/NETWORKING LAB                                             CMPTR 130         INTRODUCTION TO PERSONAL COMPUTERS
Develop knowledge and skill in fundamental theory, design, planning and                      For first time users. Computer terminology, PC hardware options, windows
implementation of data communication networks working with industry standards                operating systems, basic software techniques and basic Internet use.
and protocols.                                                                               8:30a- 5:30p        Sa 10/3 Brem-TEC 100                     SanFilippo A       1cr 2137
Prerequisite: CMPTR 118.                                                                     8:30a- 5:30p        Sa 11/7 Shel-TJL 116                     Ledgerwood A       1cr 7224
8:30a-12:30p        Sa          Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15 Blackwell K             4cr 2118      CMPTR 131         INTRODUCTION TO MS OUTLOOK
ARR                 ARR         Brem-ARR                Blackwell K             1cr ARLO     Introduction to MS Outlook as a desktop information manager. Includes e-mail,




                                                                                                                                                                                          fall classes
 CMPTR 120         PROGRAMMING CONCEPTS                                                      mail files, contact lists, journal and calendar. Basic computer skills suggested. Text
An introduction to programming concepts.                                                     required.
Prerequisite: CMPTR 110 or concurrent enrollment in CMPTR 110 or permission of instructor.   8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 12/5 Brem-TEC 201                      TBA                 1cr 2139
9:00a- 9:50a         DAILY      Brem-TEC 212                Hanson D R         5cr 2120      ARR - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                        Bermea N         CE 1cr 2140
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                    Hanson D R         5cr 2121       CMPTR 137         INTRO TO MS POWERPOINT 2007
  MS Word 2003 or newer REQUIRED, high speed Internet strongly recommended.                  Understanding presentation software, using Microsoft PowerPoint 2007 for simple
                                                                                             applications. Hands-on training in PC lab, using Windows XP. Textbook required.
 CMPTR 122         APPLICATIONS FOR IT PROFESSIONALS                                         (Pass/No Credit or graded option)
An introduction to computer applications from an IT perspective. Use                basic
                                                                                             8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 11/21 Brem-TEC 212                     Salas J        1cr       2143
applications to prepare IT documentation.
                                                                                             8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 10/24 Poul-OCP 108                     Salas J        1cr       8230
1:00p- 3:15p       T Brem-TEC 111 (ITV/HYBD) $15 Westlund M     4cr                 2122     8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 11/21 Shel-TJL 116                     Ledgerwood A 1cr         7225
1:00p- 3:15p       T Poul-OCP 110 (ITV/HYBD) $15 Westlund M     4cr                 8220     ARR - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                        Bermea N    CE 1cr       2145
1:00p- 3:15p       T Shel-TJL 116 (ITV/HYBD) $15 Westlund M     4cr                 7220     Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                     Westlund M     1cr       2144
 CMPTR 123         SySTEM ARCHITECTURE AND LOGIC                                              CMPTR 139         INTRO TO MS vISIO
Provide logic and computational model for small and large computer systems
                                                                                             Create flow diagrams, basic organizational charts, and network diagrams.
and networks.
                                                                                             Knowledge of basic computer skills suggested. Text required.
Prerequisite: CMPTR 110 and MATH 089.                                                        8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 10/17 Brem-TEC 100                     Hawkins J           1cr 2147
11:30a- 1:00p       MW       Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD)             Blackwell K        5cr 2124     ARR - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                        Bermea N         CE 1cr 2148
 CMPTR 124         INTRODUCTION TO WEB PAGE DESIGN                                            CMPTR 145/200 INTRO TO C LANGUAGE/PROGRAMMING LAB
Create well-designed web page sites using effective navigation methods, page structure,      Writing C programs utilizing programming concepts obtained from CMPTR
graphics, text and color. Cascading Style Sheets used extensively in this course.            120. Introducing C syntax for program control, functions, arrays, pointers, and
Prerequisite: CMPTR 125 or CMPTR 215 with a grade of 2.0 or above, or working                string manipulation.
knowledge of HTML, or permission of instructor.                                              Prerequisite: CMPTR 120 with a grade of 2.0 or above, or permission of instructor and
10:00a-11:24a       MWF      Brem-TEC 200               Bergman D        4cr 2125            concurrent enrollment in CMPTR 200.
 CMPTR 125         INTRODUCTION TO DREAMWEAvER                                               11:00a-11:50a       DAILY     Brem-TEC 212         $15 Hanson D R           6cr 2150
                                                                                               and 12:00p-12:50p TTh Brem-TEC 212 - Lab
Plan, design, build, publish, and manage a web site using the most popular web site
development software. Formatting, images, navigation, animation, and multimedia              Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $15 Hanson D R           6cr 2151
(Flash).                                                                                       MS Word 2003 or newer REQUIRED, high speed Internet strongly recommended.
Prerequisite: Competent keyboarding skills.                                                   CMPTR 146/200 JAvA I INTRO TO OOP/PROGRAMMING LAB
10:00a-12:15p       TTh       Brem-TEC 100             $15 Bergman D            4cr 2126     An introduction to applications development for Windows and the Web using
 CMPTR 126         INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT PUBLISHER                                       Java applications and applets.
A hands-on approach to Publisher for designing and creating newsletters, stationery,         Prerequisite: CMPTR 120 or permission of instructor and concurrent enrollment in
flyers, brochures, and common business documents. Basic computer skills suggested.           CMPTR 200 or prerequisite of CMPTR 145.
Text required.                                                                               1:00p- 3:15p        MW        Brem-TEC 212           $15 Hanson D R        6cr 2153
8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 10/3 Brem-TEC 212                      Bermea N            1cr 2128      and 12:00p-12:50p MW Brem-TEC 212 - Lab
ARR - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                        Bermea N         CE 1cr 2129    Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $15 Hanson D R           6cr 2154
 CMPTR 127         INTRO TO MICROSOFT WORD 2007                                                MS Word 2003 or newer REQUIRED, high speed Internet strongly recommended.
Understanding word processing, using Microsoft Word 2007 for simple                           CMPTR 150         SURvEy/MICROCOMPUTING--PERSONAL CMPTR
applications. hands-on training in PC lab, using Windows XP. Textbook required,              An introduction to microcomputers for non-computer majors. Using word
(Pass/No Credit or graded option)                                                            processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation software, specifically presenting
8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 10/17 Brem-TEC 111                     Salas J        1cr     2130     Microsoft Office Pro XP software.
8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 10/3 Poul-OCP 110                      Salas J        1cr     8224     8:26a- 9:50a       MWF        Brem-TEC 213                   TBA                4cr   2160
8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 10/3 Shel-TJL 116                      Ledgerwood A 1cr       7222     10:00a-12:15p      TTh        Brem-TEC 200 (HYBD)            Blackwell K        4cr   2162
ARR - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                        Bermea N    CE 1cr     2131     1:00p- 3:15p       W          Brem-TEC 111 (ITV/HYBD)        Salas J            4cr   2161
 CMPTR 128         INTRODUCTION TO MS ExCEL 2007                                             1:00p- 3:15p       TTh        Brem-TEC 200                   Bergman D          4cr   2158
Understanding spreadsheet and data processing, using Microsoft Excel 2007 for                5:00p- 7:15p       MW         Brem-HUM 120                   SanFilippo A       4cr   2164
simple applications. Hands-on training in PC lab, using Windows xp. Textbook                 1:00p- 3:15p       W          Poul-OCP 110 (ITV/HYBD)        Salas J            4cr   8232
required. (Pass/No Credit or graded option)                                                  11:30a-12:54p      MWF        Shel-OCS 107                   Ledgerwood A       4cr   7226
8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 11/14 Brem-TEC 111                     Salas J        1cr     2133     Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses          $32        Salas J            4cr   2163
8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 11/7 Poul-OCP 108                      Salas J        1cr     8226      CMPTR 153         INTRO TO MS ACCESS
8:30a- 5:30p       Sa 10/24 Shel-TJL 116                     Ledgerwood A 1cr       7223     Introduction to Microsoft Access database system, file structures and practical
ARR - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                        Bermea N    CE 1cr     2135     applications in the Windows environment. Computer skills suggested. Text required.
                                                                                             ARR - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                        Bermea N         CE 1cr 2166


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                CMPTR 154         ACCESS FOR PROFESSIONALS                                               CMPTR 237/201 INFORMATION SySTEM SECURITy II/NETWORKING LAB
               Design and development of relational database systems using MS Access. Overview          Develop and apply knowledge and skill in planning, designing and evaluating the
               of database theory including normalization. Development of practical applications        structural components and procedures of organizational security.
               using MS Access.                                                                         Prerequisite: CMPTR 236.
               Prerequisite: Windows skills and a prior computer class or permission of instructor.     5:00p- 7:15p        T              Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15 Blackwell K                   4cr 2201
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses              $32 Bilodeau P          4cr 2170   ARR                 ARR            Brem-ARR                Blackwell K                   1cr ARLO
                CMPTR 172         PC HARDWARE BASICS                                                     CMPTR 238/201 INFORMATION SySTEM SECURITy III/NETWORKING LAB
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               Basic knowledge of hardware and software configurations.This includes the installation   Explore current issues and advanced topics in network security and digital forensics.
               of various peripheral devices as well as basic system hardware components.               Prerequisite: CMPTR 237.
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $55 Bilodeau P         5cr 2174   5:00p- 7:15p        T              Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15 Blackwell K                   4cr 2202
                CMPTR 173         INTRODUCTION TO TCP/IP                                                ARR                 ARR            Brem-ARR                Blackwell K                   1cr ARLO
               Understand the TCP/IP suite and the details of its implementation.                        CMPTR 244          NETWORK LAB PRACTICUM
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $40 Blackwell K        5cr 2176   Apply networking knowledge and skills to processes and procedures supporting
                CMPTR 182         NETWORKING CONCEPTS                                                   the operational readiness and maintenance of the CIS Networking Lab.
               Introduces LAN/WAN terminology, design, topologies, protocols, various network           Prerequisite: CMPTR 118.
               hardware components, software, cabling and connectivity.                                 ARR                 ARR            Brem-TEC 213                    Blackwell K           5cr 2203
               1:00p- 2:26p    MW        Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15 Blackwell K       5cr 2178              CMPTR 245          STRUCTURED ANALySIS AND DESIGN
                CMPTR 190         INFORMATION SySTEM PROJECT MANAGEMENT                                 Structured analysis and design theory with an introduction to “logical” data and
               Learn, apply, analyze and evaluate significant information technology projects           process modeling and “physical” data and process modeling. For students with
               from initiation through closing.                                                         fundamental skills in computer programming and documentation. Contact faculty
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $32 Bilodeau P         4cr 2179   before enrolling to review the prerequisite skills and knowledge needed. Prerequisite
                                                                                                        skills may be obtained by taking CMPTR 120 and ENGL& 101.
                CMPTR 201         NETWORKING LABORATORy                                                 10:00a-12:15p         TTh          Brem-SHP 116                    Durr R                5cr 2205
               Meet in lab to plan, develop, and test hands-on projects assigned in networking
               course(s) being taken concurrently. May be repeated for a maximum of 10 credits.          CMPTR 250          SQL
               Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in any one of the following courses: CMPTR 116,      Introduction to structured query language (SQL) used by most relational databases.
                                                                                                        Create, manipulate, and query data using DDL and DML. For students with
               118, 119, 216, 236, 237, 238, 290, 291.                                                  fundamental skills in computer programming. Contact faculty before enrolling to
               ARR                  ARR        Brem-ARR                   Blackwell K      1cr 2188     review prerequisite skills and knowledge needed. Prerequisite skills may be obtained
                CMPTR 205         INTRODUCTION TO xML                                                   by taking CMPTR 120.
               Technical introduction to XML to create and transform “well formed” XML                  1:00p- 3:15p          TTh          Brem-TEC 212                $15 Durr R                4cr 2208
               documents into Web pages. Students will also use DTDs and namespaces.
                                                                                                         CMPTR 261/201 OPERATING SySTEMS/UNIx/NETWORKING LAB
               Prerequisite: Basic programming and HTML skills.                                         Introduction to the Unix/Linux operating system and Unix/Linux system
               1:00p- 3:15p          Th      Brem-TEC 111 (HYBD)            Westlund M       2cr 2189   administration.
                CMPTR 215         WORLD WIDE WEB PAGE DEvELOPMENT                                       Prerequisite: CMPTR 111 and 120 with a grade of 2.0 or above or permission of
               Learn XHTML to develop web pages using text formatting, color, images, tables,           instructor.
               frames, forms, audio, video, and CSS. Transfer web pages to a web server using           10:00a-12:26p       F        Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15 Blackwell K          4cr 2210
               an FTP program.                                                                          ARR                 ARR      Brem-ARR                   Blackwell K       1cr ARLO
               Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of MS Windows 95 or later. Competent keyboard skills.       CMPTR 290/201 MICROSOFT LAN ADMINISTRATION I/NETWORKING LAB
               1:00p- 3:15p         MW        Brem-TEC 200               Bergman D      4cr 2190        Introduction to Windows Server 2003. Basic principles and practices of LAN admin
                CMPTR 216/201 INTERNETWORKING Iv/NETWORKING LAB                                         will be covered, preparing the student for the MCP exam - Exam 70-290.
               Develop knowledge and skill in fundamental theory, design, planning and                  5:00p- 7:15p          Th           Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15Blackwell K                    4cr 2214
               implementation of data communication networks working with industry standards            ARR                   ARR          Brem-ARR               Blackwell K                    1cr ARLO
               and protocols.
               Prerequisite: CMPTR 118, 119.                                                                                        cooperatiVe education
               1:00p- 3:15p        TTh       Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15 Blackwell K             4cr 2194    Cooperative Education and Internship information: 360.475.7480 or
               ARR                 ARR       Brem-ARR                Blackwell K             1cr ARLO    1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7480. Bremerton Campus Location, ART 122-C.
                                                                                                         Permission of Cooperative Education Coordinator required; contact
                CMPTR 219         INTRODUCTION TO ASP.NET                                                360.475.7480 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7480.
               Create interactive and dynamic database-driven Web applications using ASP.NET,
               C# and the .NET Framework. For students with fundamental skills in computer               CO-OP 111          COOPERATIvE EDUCATION SEMINAR I                                           CE
               programming, HTML, and SQL. Contact faculty before enrolling to review                   Introduces application of critical job skills to support success in co-op work
               prerequisite skills and knowledge needed. Prerequisite skills may be obtained by         experience.
               taking CMPTR 120, CMPTR 215, and CMPTR 250.                                              Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment with first quarter Co-op Work Experience.
               10:00a-10:50a      DAILY      Brem-TEC 212             $15 Hanson D R         4cr 2196   Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses              $16 Crisp C           2cr 1316
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $15 Hanson D R         4cr 2198     Orientation: Tues. Sept. 22, 7:30p-8:30p in Brem-ST 127, Poul-OCP 109, Shel-TJL 111.
                 MS Word 2003 or newer REQUIRED, high speed Internet strongly recommended.
                                                                                                         CO-OP 120          TRANSITION TO WORK                                                        CE
                CMPTR 236/201 INFORMATION SySTEM SECURITy I/NETWORKING LAB                              A work-based learning course that prepares students for employment.
               Develop and apply knowledge and skill in implementing and maintaining the                2:10p- 5:00p          F            Brem-ST 127 (ITV)               Bernard D             3cr 1325
               components of organizational security.                                                   2:10p- 5:00p          F            Poul-OCP 109 (ITV)              Bernard D             3cr 8170
               5:00p- 7:15p     T         Brem-TEC 213 (HYBD) $15 Blackwell K 4cr 2200                  2:10p- 5:00p          F            Shel-PB 003 (ITV)               Bernard D             3cr 7170
               ARR                 ARR         Brem-ARR                     Blackwell K      1cr ARLO     Additional hours required, scheduled on an arranged basis.


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 CO-OP 122/222 COOPERATIvE WORK ExPERIENCE                                           CE                                     culinarY arts
Contracted work experience coordinated with employer, faculty, and student to
meet learning objectives specific to the work site and occupation/trade.                   FIRST QUARTER (BLOCK 1):
Prerequisite: Permission of cooperative education coordinator and current enrollment in     Enroll in CULIN 101, 103, 104, 105, and HMGMT 102 for 19 credits.
CO-OP Seminar.                                                                              Culinary Arts Fee = $100 per quarter.
ARR                  ARR        ARR                        TBA           1-13cr ####*      Prerequisite.: Instructor/advisor signature, Food Handler’s Permit, Kitsap Food Workers
                                                                                           Health Card.




                                                                                                                                                                                      fall classes
 CO-OP 189A/B/C COMMUNITy vOLUNTEER SERvICE                                          CE
 CO-OP 289A/B/C COMMUNITy vOLUNTEER SERvICE                                          CE     CULIN 101         CULINARy TECHNIQUES                                                CE
Utilizes Cooperative Education to enable students to experience volunteerism as            Working in the commercial kitchen: equipment, knife skills, food product
a central component of life and career planning.                                           identification.
ARR                   ARR         ARR                          McDermott T   2-3cr ####*   7:30a- 1:50p        DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Lammers S            8cr 2650
 ####* Item numbers are assigned by the Cooperative Education Coordinator                   CULIN 103         FOOD PRODUCTION I                                                  CE
 and must be obtained prior to registration.                                               Prepare meats, seafood, poultry, soups, vegetables, starches and basic desserts for
                                                                                           restaurant and commercial food service.
                                  criminal Justice                                         ARR                 DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Lammers S            7cr 2652
 CJ 100             INTRO TO LAW ENFORCEMENT                                                CULIN 104         DINING ROOM SERvICE                                                CE
Survey of law enforcement including historical development, structure and function,        How to properly serve food to guests in a restaurant. For potential and actual
goals and objectives of law enforcement agencies, and critical issues. (Formerly           waiters/waitresses and also managers or supervisors who train the servers.
CRM-J 101)                                                                                 ARR                 DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Giovanni N           4cr 2653
1:00p- 3:15p          TTh         Brem-BUS 101                 Fernandez R    5cr 3089      CULIN 105         SERvSAFE FOOD SAFETy TRAINING                                      CE
 CJ& 105            INTRO TO CORRECTIONS                                             SS    Provides accurate up-to-date information for all levels of employees on all aspects
The corrections process, history, and how correctional procedures and treatments affect    of handling food; from receiving and storing to preparing and serving.
inmates, correction officers, and society in general. (Formerly SOCIO 108)                 2:00p- 4:50p W 10/14-11/4 Brem-ENG 116          $100 Giovanni N        2cr 2655
4:45p- 7:00p          TTh         NBK-Bangor                   Reynolds B     5cr 6210
  Contact OC at NBK-Bangor for civilian access 360.697.3656.                               SECOND QUARTER (BLOCK 2):
                                                                                            Enroll in CULIN 121, 122, 123, 125, 126, and HMGMT 124 for 22 credits.
 CJ& 106            JUvENILE JUSTICE                                                 SS     Culinary Arts Fee = $100 per quarter.
The history and philosophy of society’s reaction to juvenile behavior and problems
                                                                                           Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, Cooks Helper Certificate, Certificate/Prep Cook.
are covered. (Formerly CRM-J 106 and SOCIO 106)
Prerequisite: CJ 100 or CJ& 101, or permission of instructor.                               CULIN 121         FOOD PRODUCTION II                                                 CE
7:25p- 9:40p         MW        Brem-HL 110 (ITV) Delmore E/Hubbard G 5cr 3087              Classic food preparation technique: sauces, soups, fabrication of poultry, seafood
7:25p- 9:40p         MW        Shel-PB 003 (ITV) Delmore E/Hubbard G 5cr 7317              and meat.
                                                                                           7:30a- 1:50p        DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Lammers S            6cr 2665
 CJ& 110            CRIMINAL LAW
Study of basic elements and philosophy of criminal law including the acts, mental           CULIN 122         GARDE MANGER                                                       CE
state, and attendant circumstances that are the necessary elements of crime.               Develop skills producing a variety of cold food products. Prepare items appropriate
(Formerly CRM-J 102)                                                                       for buffet presentation including decorative pieces.
Prerequisite: CJ 100 or CJ& 101, or permission of instructor.                              ARR                 DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Lammers S            3cr 2666
5:00p- 7:15p         MW        Brem-TEC 212 (ITV)          Weitzeil C         5cr 3088      CULIN 123         INTERNATIONAL CUISINE                                              CE
5:00p- 7:15p         MW        Shel-PB 003 (ITV)           Weitzeil C         5cr 7315     History of various countries’ cuisine covering major food sources, cooking methods
                                                                                           and influences on cuisine.
 CJ& 112            CRIMINOLOGy
The interdisciplinary and scientific study of crime. The various theories of social        ARR                 DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Plemmons C           4cr 2667
deviance, crime and criminality. (Formerly CRM-J 124)                                       CULIN 125         APPLIED FOOD SERvICE COMPUTATION                                   CE
Prerequisite: CJ 100 or CJ& 101 or permission of instructor.                               Importance and relevance of math in the food service industry. learn, understand
7:10p- 9:25p         TTh       NBK-Bangor                  Reynolds B         5cr 6215     and use math to meet goals of becoming a chef, baker, manager or other food
  Contact OC at NBK-Bangor for civilian access 360.697.3656.                               service professional.
                                                                                           ARR                 DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Giovanni N           2cr 2668
 CJ 116             POLICE—COMMUNITy RELATIO
Analysis of the relationship between the police and the community in terms of               CULIN 126         COMMERCIAL BAKING I                                                CE
mutual understanding, involvement, commitment, and crime control. Analysis of              Apply fundamentals of baking science to the preparation of a variety of products.
police accountability to the community as a whole. (Formerly CRM-J 116)                    ARR                 DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Lammers S            3cr 2669
Prerequisite: CJ 100 or CJ& 101 or permission of instructor.
10:00a-12:15p        TTh       Brem-BUS 106                Fernandez R        5cr 3091     THIRD QUARTER (BLOCK 3):
                                                                                            Enroll in CULIN 131, 132, 134, and HMGMT 133 for 18 credits.
 CJ 201             INvESTIGATION PRINCIPLES                                                Culinary Arts Fee = $100 per quarter. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor
The fundamentals and procedures of investigation including applications of
deductive and inductive reasoning and other investigative techniques. (Formerly             CULIN 131         FOOD PRODUCTION III                                                CE
CRM-J 201)                                                                                 Covers creation of a menu from start to finish, breakfast to dinner.
Prerequisite: CJ 100 or CJ& 101 or permission of instructor.                               7:30a- 1:50p        DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Plemmons C           7cr 2670
1:00p- 3:15p         MW        Brem-BUS 106                Weitzeil C         5cr 3090      CULIN 132         QUANTITy FOOD PURCHASING                                           CE
                                                                                           The operations of purchasing and receiving including invoicing, pricing, product
                                                                                           costing, and inventories to promote fiscal controls.
                                                                                           ARR                 DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Plemmons C           4cr 2671

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                CULIN 134         NUTRITION FOR CULINARy PROFESSIONALS                             CE      DRMA 247           SCREENWRITING III                                                   H
               For students in the culinary program; for those needing to use nutritional principles      Use computerized tools to practice the art and craft of scriptwriting at an advanced
               in menu and recipe planning.                                                               level. Emphasis on genre-specific story structure development and execution.
               ARR                 DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Giovanni N         3cr 2672       Prerequisite: DRMA 246.
                                                                                                          1:00p- 3:15p       MW              Brem-HUM 120                Hagan T           5cr 3119
               FOURTH QUARTER (BLOCK 4):
                                                                                                           DRMA 248           SCREENWRITING Iv                                                    H
                Enroll in CULIN 200, 210, and 220 for 12 credits.
                                                                                                          Use computerized tools to practice the art and craft of scriptwriting at an advanced
fall classes




                Culinary Arts Fee = $100 per quarter. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor              and professional level. Emphasis on genre-specific story structure development
                CULIN 200         FOOD PRODUCTION Iv                                               CE     and execution.
               Create menus, buffets, and specialty dishes for fine dining from preparation to            Prerequisite: DRMA 247.
               order (including ala carte) and determine entire cost.                                     1:00p- 3:15p       MW              Brem-HUM 120                Hagan T           5cr 3120
               7:30a- 1:50p        DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Plemmons C         3cr 2675        DRMA 260           SCENIC DESIGN                                                       H
                CULIN 210         CULINARy MANAGEMENT                                              CE     An introduction to the basics of scenic design, including working in colors and
               The chef as a supervisor, trainer, and as a manager in the day to day working of a         three dimensions, script analysis and working with a design team.
               food service operation.                                                                    10:00a-11:24a         MWF          Brem-THR 100                Payne D           4cr 3099
               ARR                 DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Plemmons C         3cr 2677        DRMA 265           STAGE MANAGEMENT                                                    H
                CULIN 220         CULINARy INTERNSHIP                                              CE     An introduction to Stage Management responsibilities and techniques, including
               Unpaid six week work experience related to the Culinary/Hospitality field of study.        working with directors, actors and design teams.
               ARR                 DAILY      Brem-BSC 127         $100 Plemmons C         6cr 2679       10:00a-11:24a         MWF          Brem-THR 100                Payne D           4cr 3098
                                                   drafting                                                                      earlY childhood education
                See Technical Design section.                                                              ECE 101            PRACTICUM I                                                        CE
                                               dramatic arts                                              Introductory level practical application in the working world of the basic theories
                                                                                                          and methods studied in the Early Childhood Education program.
                DRMA& 101 INTRO TO THEATRE                                                          H     Prerequisite: ECE 170, ECE 171.
               An overview of theatre arts, including the nature of theatre, its role in society,         5:00p- 5:50p        W           Brem-HOC 139                   Dilling G         3cr 3125
               activities of playwrights, directors, designers, and performers. Attendance at two           Mandatory Orientation Meeting 5:00p-6:00p Monday, Sept. 21 in Brem-HOC 139
               outside performances is required. (Formerly DRA 101)                                         Additional hours required, scheduled on an arranged basis.
               11:30a-12:54p       MWF        Brem-HL 110 (ITV)          Hagan T           5cr 3115
               11:30a-12:54p       MWF        Poul-OCP 109 (ITV)         Hagan T           5cr 8325        ECE 151/151A PRACTICUM II                                                             CE
               11:30a-12:54p       MWF        Shel-PB 003 (ITV)          Hagan T           5cr 7335       Intermediate level practical application in the working world of theories and
                                                                                                          methods studied in the Early Childhood program.
                DRMA 120          THEATRE PRODUCTION WORKSHOP                              CE, H/SP
               Lecture and discussion on all aspects of theatre productions currently being
                                                                                                          Prerequisite: ECE 101, or permission of instructor.
               prepared. May be repeated for up to nine credits for each course number. (Formerly         5:00p- 5:50p        W          Brem-HOC 139                    Dilling G          1cr 3126
               DRA 120)                                                                                   ARR                 ARR        ARR                             Dilling G       1- 5cr ARLO
               10:00a-11:24a       MWF        Brem-THR 100               Payne D           3cr 3114        ECE 201            PRACTICUM III                                                      CE
                                                                                                          Apply cumulative knowledge to practice skills with children and professional interactions
                DRMA 210          STAGECRAFT                                                        H     with families and staff in a developmentally appropriate early childhood setting.
               Basics of scenic planning, drafting, construction, rigging, and shifting techniques.
               (Formerly DRA 210)                                                                         Prerequisite: Completion of ECE 101, ECE 151, or permission of instructor.
               10:00a-11:24a       MWF        Brem-THR 100               Payne D           4cr 3096       5:00p- 5:50p        W           Brem-HOC 139              Dilling G              5cr 3128
                                                                                                            Additional hours required, scheduled on an arranged basis.
                DRMA 212          LIGHTING DESIGN I                                                 H
               Theory and practice of lighting design, including planning, handling and rigging            ECE 100            INTRODUCTION TO CHILD CARE
               lighting instruments, color theory, and special effects. (Formerly DRA 212)                Initial training requirements outlined by the Washington State Training and
               10:00a-11:24a       MWF        Brem-THR 100               Payne D           4cr 3097       Registry Systems (STARS). Best practices related to child development, child
                                                                                                          guidance, health and safety. (Formerly ECE 115)
                DRMA 240          ACTING FOR THE CAMERA I                                           H     Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses       $16 Rhodes J/Dilling G 2cr 3131
               An applied study of the camera actor’s craft. Topics include feature film, daytime         USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $16 Dilling G                 2cr 3129
               drama and television series performance styles. (Formerly DRA 240)
               1:00p- 3:15p        TTh        Brem-THR 100               Hagan T           5cr 3116        ECE 120            INTRO CHILDCARE—INTEGRATED
                                                                                                          Meets initial training requirements outlined by the Washington State Training and
                DRMA 245          SCREENWRITING I                                                   H     Registry System (STARS) while integrating basic skills. Topics include an overview
               Use computerized tools to practice the art and craft of scriptwriting. Emphasis on         of best practices related to child development, child guidance, health and safety.
               genre-specific story structure development and execution.
                                                                                                          Prerequisite: Orientation/qualifying score on state standardized assessment.
               1:00p- 3:15p        MW         Brem-HUM 120               Hagan T           5cr 3117       9:00a- 4:00p         Sa         Brem-HOC 139               Rhodes J          2cr 3135
                DRMA 246          SCREENWRITING II                                                  H      ECE 164            MATHEMATICS FOR EARLy CHILDHOOD ED
               Use computerized tools to practice the art and craft of scriptwriting at an intermediate
                                                                                                          Math for early learning environments. Addresses how children learn and understand
               level. Emphasis on genre-specific story structure development and execution.
                                                                                                          mathematical concepts including whole numbers, fractions, geometry, measurement,
               Prerequisite: DRMA 245.                                                                    data analysis and problem solving.
               1:00p- 3:15p       MW          Brem-HUM 120               Hagan T           5cr 3118       Prerequisite: MATH 090 with a grade of at least 2.0 or placement test score.
                                                                                                          6:00p- 8:50p        Th        Brem-HOC 139 (HYBD) King D                     5cr 3134



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 ECE 167          ENvIRONMENTS FOR CHILDREN                                               EDUC 199/299 PRACTICUM                                                            CE
Focus on the adult’s role in designing, evaluating, and improving indoor and              A practical application in the working world of the basic theories studied in the
outdoor environments to ensure a quality learning experience for children that           above program or discipline.
will optimize development.                                                               EDUC 199            ARR        ARR                       Sanford M       1- 5cr 3149
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $24 Kim K              3cr 3136       EDUC 299            ARR        ARR                       Sanford M       1- 5cr 3150
 ECE 170          INTRO TO EARLy CHILDHOOD EDUCATION                                      EDUC& 202        INTRO TO EDUCATION                                               SS
Introductory survey course covering early childhood education history, philosophy,       Introduction to the role of education in society, the sociological and psychological




                                                                                                                                                                                   fall classes
theories, foundations, current issues/trends in the field, curriculum models,            aspects; an orientation to the personal, academic, and professional requisites that
appropriate environments.                                                                contribute to success. (Formerly EDUC 101)
1:00p- 3:50p        T         Brem-HOC 139               Dilling G        3cr 3137       1:00p- 3:15p       TTh        Brem-ST 127 (ITV)     Sanford M              5cr 3152
 ECE 171          OBSERvATION AND ASSESSMENT                                             1:00p- 3:15p       TTh        Shel-PB 003 (ITV)     Sanford M              5cr 7340
Techniques of observing, recording, and analyzing children’s behavior with actual        Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses        $40 Sanford M              5cr 3146
practice in early childhood settings.                                                                                      electronics
1:00p- 2:30p        W         Brem-HOC 139               Dilling G        2cr 3138
 ECE 173          ART AND CREATIvE ACTIvITIES                                             ELECT 101        DIRECT CURRENT
                                                                                         Fundamentals of direct current from Ohm’s Law through network theorems.
Children’s art and the development of the young child. Developmentally appropriate
methods of planning and implementing creative activities in all areas of the ECE         Prerequisite: MATH 094 or equivalent.
curriculum.                                                                              10:00a-10:50a       DAILY     Brem-TEC 114             Szymkewicz M        5cr 2225
6:00p- 8:50p        W         Brem-HOC 139               Govender J       3cr 3141       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Szymkewicz M        5cr 2227
                                                                                         USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M        5cr 2226
 ECE 188          CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT
Focuses on the research, theory and practice in child welfare; physical, emotional        ELECT 102        ALTERNATING CURRENT
and sexual abuse and neglect causation; and prevention with emphasis on practices        Principles of inductance, capacitance, impedance, resonance, and filters.
in Washington State.                                                                     Prerequisite: ELECT 101 or equivalent.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $16 Fish D             2cr 3140       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Szymkewicz M        5cr 2230
                                                                                         USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M        5cr 2229
                                  economics
                                                                                          ELECT 103        INTRODUCTION TO SOLID-STATE
 ECON& 201        MICRO ECONOMICS                                                 SS     Introduction to the fundamentals of diode and bipolar transistor theory.
Supply and demand; cost and revenue analysis; pure competition; agriculture;             Prerequisite: ELECT 102 or equivalent.
monopoly; imperfect competition; antitrust policy; regulation; factor incomes;           Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Szymkewicz M        5cr 2232
unions. (Formerly BS-EC 202)
                                                                                         USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M        5cr 2231
Prerequisite: MATH 099 or above with a grade of 2.0 or above and an Accuplacer
Reading Comprehension test score of 84 or above or permission of instructor.              ELECT 106        ELECTRONIC FABRICATION
                                                                                         Basic skill development through hands-on practice is emphasized covering such
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses (9/21-12/9) Snapp R                 5cr 2064    topics as soldering techniques and circuit board assembly.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses (10/5-12/9) Snapp R                 5cr 2065
                                                                                         8:00a- 9:50a        Th        Brem-TEC 114         $15 Szymkewicz M        1cr 2233
 ECON& 202        MACRO ECONOMICS                                                 SS     Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $23 Szymkewicz M        1cr 2235
Fundamentals of a private-enterprise economy; national income; employment;               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $23 Szymkewicz M        1cr 2234
inflation; growth; money; the monetary system; Keynesian Economics; Monetarist
Economics; international trade. (Formerly BS-EC 201)                                      ELECT 111        DIRECT CURRENT CIRCUIT LABORATORy
                                                                                         Laboratory practice and experimentation in elementary circuitry using basic
Prerequisite: MATH 099 or above with a grade of 2.0 or above and an Accuplacer           electronic instrumentation.
Reading Comprehension test score of 84 or above or permission of instructor.             Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 101.
7:45a- 9:50a        TTh       Brem-BUS 106               Ward A              5cr 2068    8:00a- 9:50a         MWF        Brem-TEC 114       $15 Szymkewicz M        3cr 2239
10:00a-11:24a       MWF       Brem-BUS 106               Ward A              5cr 2066    Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $39 Szymkewicz M        3cr 2240
                                  education                                              USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $39 Szymkewicz M        3cr 2238

 EDUC& 115        CHILD DEvELOPMENT                                               SS      ELECT 112        ALTERNATING CURRENT CIRCUIT LAB
                                                                                         Practice in the application of AC concepts: Techniques in using electronic instruments,
Provides an overview of typical developmental sequences, the conditions impacting
                                                                                         such as oscilloscopes, digital multimeters, frequency counters, and Z meters.
development, and the history and theories of child development. (Formerly ECE
155)                                                                                     Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 102.
1:00p- 3:50p        M         Brem-HOC 139 (HYBD)        Dilling G        5cr 3145       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $39 Szymkewicz M        3cr 2242
                                                                                         USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $39 Szymkewicz M        3cr 2241
 EDUC 120         INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
A foundation of the instructional process, from planning, implementing, and               ELECT 113        BASIC SOLID-STATE LABORATORy
evaluating instruction. Understand the role of the learning process, best educational    Applications of diodes and transistors in electronic circuits.
practices, the use of on-going assessment, and modifying instruction to meet the         Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 103.
needs of all learners.                                                                   Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $39 Puskarcik R         3cr 2244
10:00a-12:15p       TTh       Brem-HL 110                Sanford M        5cr 3151       USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $39 Szymkewicz M        3cr 2243
 EDUC 125         INSTRUCTIONAL ROLES OF PARA EDUCATORS
A foundation of the roles, responsibilities and tasks expected of K-12 para educators.
The focus is in the WA State core competencies along with communication skills,
record-keeping, assessment, and understanding diverse learners.
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Sanford M          5cr 3148


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                ELECT 160         COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I                                                  ELECT 213        SPECIAL CIRCUITS LABORATORy
               Practice in the application of typical data processing operations for solving direct       Laboratory practice in analysis and troubleshooting of active filters, phase locked
               current problems.                                                                          loops, and solid-state power control circuits.
               Prerequisite: Must be taken concurrently with ELECT 101.                                   Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 203.
               11:00a-11:50a        TTh       Brem-ENG 114          $15 Puskarcik R        2cr 2250       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $39 Puskarcik R        3cr 2277
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $31 Puskarcik R        2cr 2252       USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $39 Puskarcik R        3cr 2274
               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $31 Puskarcik R          2cr 2251
                                                                                                           ELECT 225        ADvANCED DIGITAL CIRCUITS
fall classes




                ELECT 165         INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL LOGIC                                           A continuation of basic digital circuits, with emphasis on counters, decoders, and
               Introduction to the theory, practices and application of digital electronics.              registers. Course also includes an introduction to microprocessors.
               Prerequisite: ELECT 102.                                                                   Prerequisite: ELECT 165 or equivalent.
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $32 Szymkewicz M         4cr 2256       8:00a-10:50a         Th        Brem-ENG 114              Puskarcik R      5cr 2275
               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $32 Szymkewicz M         4cr 2254         and 8:00a- 9:50a T Brem-TEC 114
                ELECT 166         INTRODUCTION TO DIGITAL LOGIC LAB                                       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Puskarcik R        5cr 2281
               Introduction to the theory, practices and application of digital electronics.              USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Puskarcik R        5cr 2276
               Theoretical concepts and trouble-shooting techniques are demonstrated through               ELECT 227        MICROCOMPUTERS
               laboratory experiments.                                                                    Digital circuit types used in industry for machine control such as microprocessors
               Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 165.                                          and microcomputers.
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $31 Puskarcik R        2cr 2255       Prerequisite: ELECT 165, 225 or equivalent.
                ELECT 200         BASIC ELECTRONICS THEORy & ASSESSMENT                                   USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $24 Puskarcik R        3cr 2278
               Reviews fundamental theory associated with the first year electronics program and           ELECT 228        ADvANCED MICROPROCESSORS
               assesses students’ ability for advanced instruction.                                       Theory and applications of interface systems used in the control of microprocessors.
               Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                                                    Prerequisite: ELECT 225 or equivalent.
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $16 Szymkewicz M         2cr 2259       USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $24 TBA                3cr 2279
               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $16 Szymkewicz M         2cr 2258
                                                                                                           ELECT 235        ADvANCED DIGITAL CIRCUITS LABORATORy
                ELECT 201         SOLID-STATE DEvICES                                                     A continuation of the basic digital circuits laboratory, with an emphasis on counters,
               Continuation of solid-state theory, use of approximation techniques in circuit analysis,   decoders, registers, and an introduction to microcomputers.
               development of parameters, evaluation of circuit potentials and applications.
                                                                                                          Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 225.
               Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 211.                                          12:00p- 1:50p        TTh        Brem-TEC 114       $15 Puskarcik R        2cr 2280
               11:00a-11:50a        DAILY      Brem-TEC 114           Szymkewicz M         5cr 2264       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $31 Puskarcik R        2cr 2284
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Szymkewicz M         5cr 2263       USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $31 Puskarcik R        2cr 2283
               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M         5cr 2262
                                                                                                           ELECT 237        MICROCOMPUTER LABORATORy
                ELECT 202         ADvANCED SOLID-STATE DEvICES                                            Introduction to the use of machine/assembler language programming to control
               Continuation of analysis in using equivalent circuit concepts. Various types of            microprocessors for problem solving or A/D and D/A interfacing.
               solid-state components and introduction to analog integrated circuits.
                                                                                                          Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 227.
               Prerequisite: ELECT 201 and concurrent enrollment in ELECT 212.                            USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $31 Puskarcik R        2cr 2282
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Szymkewicz M        5cr 2266
               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M         5cr 2265        ELECT 238        ADvANCED MICROPROCESSOR LAB
                                                                                                          Hands-on experience constructing, testing and evaluating a microprocessor control
                ELECT 203         SPECIAL CIRCUITS                                                        project.
               Solid-state devices/integrated circuits in industry; active filters, phase locked loops,   Prerequisite: ELECT 225 or equivalent. Concurrent enrollment in ELECT 228.
               SCRs, Triacs, and other power control semiconductors.
                                                                                                          USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $31 TBA                 2cr 2287
               Prerequisite: ELECT 202 and concurrent enrollment in ELECT 213.
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Szymkewicz M        5cr 2268                                           engineering
               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Szymkewicz M         5cr 2267
                                                                                                           ENGR 100         INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING
                ELECT 211         SOLID-STATE LABORATORy                                                  Introduction to fields and careers of engineering. How does one become an
               Laboratory practice in the construction, analysis, and trouble shooting of bipolar         engineer? All engineering majors should take ENGR 100 early in the curriculum.
               transition circuits.                                                                       (Offered Fall Quarter only.) (Pass/No Credit)
               Prerequisite: Completion of first-year core program or equivalent.                         12:00p-12:50p       T         Brem-BUS 201               Brown J J        1cr 4160
               8:00a- 9:50a        MWF          Brem-TEC 114        $15 Szymkewicz M       3cr 2272        ENGR& 104        INTRO TO DESIGN                                                 SS
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $39 Puskarcik R        3cr 2271       Revolutionary technologies and how they have shaped the world. Introduction
               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $39 Puskarcik R          3cr 2270       to design and communication principles through engineering project approach.
                ELECT 212         ADvANCED SOLID-STATE CIRCUIT LAB                                        (Formerly ENGR 120)
               Development of and experimentation with transistor amplifiers and analog                   9:00a- 9:50a        MWF       Brem-ST 136                Brown J J        5cr 4163
               integrated circuits.                                                                         and 1:00p- 2:50p TTh Brem-ST 136
               Prerequisite: ELECT 201, 211.                                                               ENGR& 114        ENGINEERING GRAPHICS
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $39 Puskarcik R          3cr 2269       Usage of graphics (sketching and parametric modeling software) in engineering design.
               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $39 Puskarcik R          3cr 2273       Up to two team design projects. (Offered Fall Quarter only.) (Formerly ENGR 123)
                                                                                                          1:00p- 3:15p        MW        Brem-ST 136          $15 Brown J J          4cr 4165
                                                                                                          6:30p- 8:00p        MTTh      Brem-ST 136          $15 Otto W             4cr 4167


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 ENGR& 225         MECHANICS OF MATERIALS                                                 ENGL 099          READING AND WRITING IMPROvEMENT
Introduces the concepts of stress, deformation, and strain in solid materials; design    Develops critical strategies for reading, writing, problem solving, and handling
implications are explored. (Offered Fall Quarter only.) (Formerly ENGR 220)              academic life. Reading/writing assignments focus on academic topics.
Prerequisite: ENGR& 214 with a grade of 2.0 or higher.                                   Prerequisite: Assessment test score, or completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of 2.0 or
10:00a-10:50a      DAILY      Brem-ST 136                  Brown J J         4cr 4170    better, or completion of ENGL 091/092 with a grade of 3.0 or better, or permission of
                                                                                         instructor.
                                      english                                            8:00a- 8:50a         DAILY      Brem-HUM 109               TBA              5cr 3252




                                                                                                                                                                                    fall classes
 Students enrolling in English 090-099 and 101 MUST take a placement                     11:00a-11:50a        DAILY      Brem-HOC 139               TBA              5cr 3254
 test. See page 5: New Student Assessment and Advising.                                  12:00p-12:50p        DAILY      Brem-HUM 113               TBA              5cr 3255
                                                                                         1:00p- 3:15p         MW         Brem-HUM 109               TBA              5cr 3256
 CLIE 101-104 COLLEGE LEvEL INTENSIvE ENGLISH                                            5:00p- 7:15p         MW         Brem-BUS 200               TBA              5cr 3257
 For College Level English for Non-Native Speakers see College Level                     5:00p- 7:15p         TTh        Brem-HUM 108               TBA              5cr 3258
 Intensive English section (CLIE).                                                       5:00p- 7:15p         MW         Poul-OCP 108               TBA              5cr 8348
 ENGL 091/GEN-S 099 (7 CREDIT COMBINATION)                                                 ENGL 099/ENGL& 101 (10-CREDIT COMBINATION)
Reading & Writing in Life & College/Intro to College Study Skills                          READING AND WRITING IMPROvEMENT/ENGLISH COMPOSITION I
Strategies for reading, writing, reflection, and problem solving. Individual and group   ENGL 099: Develop critical strategies for reading, writing, problem solving, and
processes for personal/academic writing. Academic and workplace readiness skills,        handling academic life. Reading/writing assignments focus on academic topics.
critical thinking strategies, self-discovery techniques, self-management tools.          ENGL& 101: College-level introduction to effective written composition for
Prerequisite: Assessment Test Score or Instructor Permission.                            academic, vocational, and occupational students, with emphasis on exposition.
Attendance on the first day is required unless pre-arranged with instructor.             Prerequisite: Assessment test score, or completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of 2.0 or
9:00a-10:50a         DAILY       Brem-HUM 120 Cameron T/DeWire E 7cr 3229                better, or completion of ENGL 091/092 with a grade of 3.0 or better, or permission of
6:00p- 8:30p         MWTh        Brem-ST 123         TBA/Underwood C         7cr 3235    instructor.
  and 6:00p- 7:50p T Brem-ST 123                                                         10:00a-12:54p        MWF        Shel-TJL 121               Hoover C        10cr 7355
                                                                                          ENGL& 101         ENGLISH COMPOSITION I
                                                                                         College-level introduction to effective written composition for academic, vocational,
     Learning Community (13-Credit Combination)                                          and occupational students, with emphasis on exposition. (Formerly ENGL 101)
 ONCE UPON A NUMBER (MATH 090, ENGL 091, GEN-S 099, GEN-S 101)                           Prerequisite: Appropriate placement test score, or completion of ENGL 099 with a grade
Prealgebra, Reading and Writing in Life and College, Intro to College Study Skills,      of 2.0 or better, or completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of 2.5 or better, or permission
Orientation to College (Credits: 12 pre-college, 1 college)                              of instructor.
   See Learning Communities section for details.                                         7:00a- 7:50a          DAILY      Brem-Rotunda              TBA                5cr 3160
                                                                                         7:45a- 9:50a          TTh        Brem-HUM 111              TBA                5cr 3161
                                                                                         8:00a- 8:50a          DAILY      Brem-ENG 116              TBA                5cr 3162
                                                                                         8:00a- 8:50a          DAILY      Brem-HUM 106              TBA                5cr 3163
 ENGL 093          DEvELOPING SKILLS IN ENGLISH                                          8:00a- 8:50a          DAILY      Brem-UQ1 000D             TBA                5cr 3164
An introduction to discourse within the business community, focusing on
                                                                                         8:26a- 9:50a          MWF        Brem-HUM 107              TBA                5cr 3165
appropriate usage and on effective reading, writing, editing, and speaking skills.
                                                                                         9:00a- 9:50a          DAILY      Brem-ENG 100              TBA                5cr 3166
Prerequisite: Acceptance into non-certificate or non-degree program.                     9:00a- 9:50a          DAILY      Brem-SHP 116              TBA                5cr 3167
5:00p- 7:15p         TTh        Brem-TEC 212 (ITV)         TBA               5cr 3237    9:00a- 9:50a          DAILY      Brem-ENG 116              TBA                5cr 3169
5:00p- 7:15p         TTh        Shel-PB 003 (ITV)          TBA               5cr 7353    9:00a- 9:50a          DAILY      Brem-BUS 101              TBA                5cr 3170
 ENGL 098          INTRO TO ACADEMIC READING & WRITING                                   10:00a-10:50a         DAILY      Brem-HUM 116              TBA                5cr 3171
Develops critical strategies for reading, writing, problem solving, and handling         10:00a-10:50a         DAILY      Brem-ENG 116              TBA                5cr 3172
academic life. Assignments focus on personal academic/career interests.                  10:00a-10:50a         DAILY      Brem-UQ1 000D             TBA                5cr 3173
                                                                                         10:00a-12:15p         TTh        Brem-HUM 104              DeLay J            5cr 3176
Prerequisite: Assessment test score, 2.0 in ENGL 091/092 or instructor permission.       10:00a-12:15p         TTh        Brem-HUM 103              TBA                5cr 3177
10:00a-12:50p        MWF        Brem-BUS 105             Tirima K           5cr 3244     11:00a-11:50a         DAILY      Brem-BUS 101              TBA                5cr 3178
 ENGL 098/GEN-S 100 (7 CREDIT COMBINATION)                                               11:00a-11:50a         DAILY      Brem-HUM 113              TBA                5cr 3179
Intro to Academic Reading & Writing/Strategies for Academic Success                      11:00a-11:50a         DAILY      Brem-BUS 101              TBA                5cr 3189
Develops critical strategies for reading, writing, problem solving, and handling         11:00a-11:50a         DAILY      Brem-UQ1 000D             TBA                5cr 3180
academic life. Assignments focus on personal academic/career interests. For first year   11:30a-12:54p         MWF        Brem-HUM 106              Plevin A           5cr 3174
and returning students to enhance academic success and retention in college.             11:30a-12:54p         MWF        Brem-BUS 201              TBA                5cr 3181
                                                                                         12:00p-12:50p         DAILY      Brem-BUS 101              TBA                5cr 3182
Prerequisite: Assessment test score, 2.0 in ENGL 091/092 or instructor permission.       1:00p- 3:15p          MW         Brem-HUM 108              Plevin A           5cr 3183
Attendance on the first day is required unless pre-arranged with instructor.             1:00p- 3:15p          TTh        Brem-HUM 120              Begert S           5cr 3184
8:00a- 9:50a         DAILY       Brem-TEC 111          TBA/Underwood C 7cr 3247          1:00p- 3:15p          TTh        Brem-BUS 205              Hoene K            5cr 3185
10:00a-11:50a        DAILY       Brem-HUM 118          TBA/Mason-Todd M 7cr 3276         1:00p- 2:24p          MWF        Brem-HUM 107              Sherman I          5cr 3186
11:00a-12:50p        MTThF Brem-HUM 120                TBA/Bernard D         7cr 3238    5:00p- 7:15p          MW         Brem-HUM 111              DeLay J            5cr 3187
  and 11:00a-12:50p W Brem-HUM 120                                                       5:00p- 7:15p          TTh        Brem-HUM 120              Begert S           5cr 3188
1:00p- 3:30p        MTTh        Brem-ST 123            TBA/Kraft K           7cr 3240    7:25p- 9:40p          MW         Brem-BUS 201              TBA                5cr 3159
  and 1:00p- 2:50p W Brem-ST 123                                                         8:00a- 8:50a          DAILY      Poul-OCP 120              TBA                5cr 8340
                                                                                         10:00a-10:50a         DAILY      Poul-OCP 107              TBA                5cr 8341
5:00p- 7:30p        MTTh        Brem-TEC 100           TBA/Underwood C       7cr 3242    1:00p- 3:15p          MW         Poul-OCP 108              TBA                5cr 8339
  and 5:00p- 6:50p W Brem-TEC 100                                                        5:00p- 7:15p          TTh        Poul-OCP 108              TBA                5cr 8342
8:00a- 9:50a        DAILY       Poul-OCP 108           TBA/Mason-Todd M      7cr 8350    7:25p- 9:40p          TTh        Poul-OCP 108              TBA                5cr 8343
                                                                                         1:00p- 5:00p          Sa         Poul-OCP 220 (HYBD)       TBA                5cr 8344
                                                                                         1:00p- 3:15p          MW         Shel-TJL 121              Hoover C           5cr 7351
                                                                                         Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses              $40 TBA                 5cr 3190
                                                                                         Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses              $40 TBA                 5cr 3191
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                    Learning Community (10-Credit Combination)                                             ENGL 273           CREATIvE WRITING—DRAMA                                                      H
                                                                                                          Invention and development of dramatic material: Dialogue, action, stage location,
                THE MARKET PLACE OF IDEAS (ENGL& 101, CMST& 102)                           10CR H         and music.
               Mass Media’s Impact on American Culture: English Composition I, Intro to Mass Media        1:00p- 3:15p         TTh          Brem-ART 103                  Wicks A             5cr 3265
                 See Learning Communities section for details.
                                                                                                           ENGL 274           CREATIvE WRITING—SHORT STORy                                                H
                                                                                                          Development of short fictional narratives.
                                                                                                          1:00p- 3:15p         TTh          Brem-ART 103                  Wicks A             5cr 3266
fall classes




                ENGL& 102         COMPOSITION II
               A continuation of ENGL& 101 with emphasis on argumentation, research, and                   ENGL 275           CREATIvE WRITING—LONG NARRATIvE                                             H
               documentation. (Formerly ENGL 102)                                                         Development of long fictional narratives.
               Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL& 101 with a 2.0 or better or its equivalent.   1:00p- 3:15p         TTh          Brem-ART 103                  Wicks A             5cr 3267
               8:00a- 8:50a         DAILY      Brem-HUM 105              TBA                 5cr 3192
                                                                                                           ENGL 276           CREATIvE WRITING—ADvANCED POETRy                                            H
               8:26a- 9:50a         MWF        Brem-BUS 201              TBA                 5cr 3193     Further experience in writing poetry.
               10:00a-10:50a        DAILY      Brem-HOC 139              TBA                 5cr 3194
               11:00a-11:50a        DAILY      Brem-HUM 102              Wicks A             5cr 3196     Prerequisite: ENGL 272.
               12:00p-12:50p        DAILY      Brem-HUM 102              Wicks A             5cr 3197     1:00p- 3:15p        TTh           Brem-ART 103                  Wicks A             5cr 3268
               1:00p- 3:15p         TTh        Brem-BUS 201              TBA                 5cr 3198
               5:00p- 7:15p         MW         Brem-BUS 201              Sherman I           5cr 3199
               9:00a- 9:50a         DAILY      Poul-OCP 119              TBA                 5cr 8347      ENGL 284           SURvEy OF WORLD LIT—20TH CENTURy                                            H
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Wainwright J          5cr 3201     Covers 20th Century literary selections from many countries; literary genre, critical
                                                                                                          methodologies, and research. (Same as HUMAN 284)
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Wainwright J          5cr 3202
                                                                                                          Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                  $40 Wainwright J          5cr 3269
                ENGL& 111         INTRO TO LITERATURE                                               H
               Major literary forms and methods of interpretation. (Formerly ENGL 140)                                               enVironmental studies
               10:00a-11:24a       MWF        Brem-BUS 201               TBA               5cr 3203
                                                                                                           ENvS 100           ENvIRONMENTAL CAREERS
               10:00a-12:15p       TTh        Poul-OCP 119               Manix P           5cr 8346       Topics to encompass a wide variety of careers in a wide variety of disciplines.
                ENGL& 235         TECHNICAL WRITING                                                       3:30p- 4:20p         T            Brem-ST 149                   TBA                 1cr 8850
               Problem-solving strategies for professional and technical writing applications.
               (Formerly ENGL 104)                                                                                                          familY serVices
               Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL& 101 with a 2.0 or better or its equivalent.    See Human Services section.
               10:00a-11:24a        MWF        Brem-TEC 111              Plevin A            5cr 3154                                fire serVice-fire science
               5:00p- 7:15p         TTh        Brem-TEC 201              TBA                 5cr 3155
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Hoene K               5cr 3156      Contact Fire Service Programs at 360.475.7582 for course offerings.
                ENGL& 244         AMERICAN LITERATURE I                                             H      F-FS 112           FUNDAMENTALS OF EMERGENCy MEDICINE
               A survey of the development of American literature from Colonial Times through             Based on satisfying the minimum medical training requirements established for
               the Civil War. (Formerly ENGL 260)                                                         firefighters who provide emergency medical care to the sick and injured.
               11:30a-12:54p       MWF        Brem-HUM 112               DeLay J           5cr 3204       6:00p-10:00p         MTW          Kitsap Readiness Ctr. $20 Normandy D              2cr 4262
                                                                                                            and 9:00a-5:00p Sat. (Meets 9/21-9/28 Kitsap Readiness Ctr, 1211 Carver Ave. W. Bremerton.)
                ENGL& 245         AMERICAN LITERATURE II                                            H
               A survey of the development of American literature from the post-Civil War period           F-FS 120           BASIC FIRE INvESTIGATION
               to the present. (Formerly ENGL 261)                                                        Fire scene investigation procedures and techniques used to determine the origin/
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $40 Meyers J           5cr 3157       cause of fire. Scene security, scene control, and courtroom demeanor for Firefighter/
                                                                                                          Investigator.
                ENGL 250          MAJOR AUTHORS AND WORKS                                           H
               A study in-depth of one author or selected works by different authors. May be
                                                                                                          Prerequisite: Permission of Fire Service Advisor.
               repeated for credit.                                                                       ARR                  ARR         ARR                    $120 TBA                    3cr 4264
               10:00a-12:15p       TTh        Brem-HUM 105               Hoene K           5cr 3206        F-FS 160           FIRE GROUND TACTICS
                                                                                                          The basic principles of fire ground management. Includes the principles of size-up,
               CREATIVE WRITING:                                                                          risk/benefit management, fire spread, fire flow, fire attack, resource management,
                Students and instructor read and critique materials in a workshop setting.                and much more.
                Limit - one creative writing class per quarter.                                           ARR                  ARR          ARR                           TBA                 3cr 4266
                ENGL 270          CREATIvE WRITING—NARRATION                                        H      F-FS 200           EMERGENCy MEDICAL TECHNICIAN                                            CE
               Development of biographical or autobiographical accounts.                                  Covers all emergency medical techniques currently considered to be within the
               1:00p- 3:15p        TTh        Brem-ART 103               Wicks A           5cr 3262       responsibilities of the basic EMT providing emergency care with an ambulance
                ENGL 271          CREATIvE WRITING—FAMILy HISTORy/BIOG                              H     service.
               Writing out episodes or complete works of family history or biography.                     Prerequisite: F-FS 112 or equivalent and permission of Fire Service Programs Advisor.
               1:00p- 3:15p        TTh        Brem-ART 103               Wicks A           5cr 3263       6:00p- 8:00p         MW        ARR                         Normandy D       6cr 4268
                                                                                                            and 9:00a- 5:00PM Sat. Meets at Kitsap Readiness Center, 1211 Carver Ave. W. Bremerton.
                ENGL 272          CREATIvE WRITING—POETRy                                           H
               Writing poems, constructing ballads and other appropriate forms, including free             F-FS 202           FIRE PROTECTION SySTEMS
               form or spontaneous free form subject matter.                                              Features of design and operation of fire detection and alarm systems, heat and
               1:00p- 3:15p        TTh        Brem-ART 103               Wicks A           5cr 3264       smoke control systems.
                                                                                                          Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                  $24 Bitlingmaier          3cr 4276



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 F-FS 207           CODE ENFORCEMENT AND INSPECTION                                         11:00a-12:50p TTh 10/6-11/3        Brem-BUS 200                    Kraft K         2cr   5408
Use of fire and building codes to minimize fire spread and enable suppression, detection,   9:00a- 1:00p DAILY 8/24-8/28       Poul-OCP 219                    Mason-Todd M    2cr   8540
inspection and maintenance requirements of various fire protection equipment.               9:00a- 1:00p DAILY 8/31-9/4        Poul-OCP 105                    Mason-Todd M    2cr   8542
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $24 Bitlingmaier 3cr 4278                          9:00a-12:50p DAILY 9/14-9/18       Shel-TJL 121                    Armstrong M     2cr   7510
            fire serVice-fire serVice mgmt & admin.                                         Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                       $16 Adamson L       2cr   5414
 Contact Fire Service Programs at 360.475.7582 for course offerings.                         GEN-S 101          ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE
                                                                                            Newly entering students develop an understanding of their role as students, identify




                                                                                                                                                                                            fall classes
 F-FSM 202          FIRE OFFICER II                                                         campus resources, identify learning options, and develop an academic plan.
Overview of governmental regulations as they relate to a fire service organization          9:00a- 3:00p           Sa 9/12 Brem-ST 149                         Kraft K         1cr 5410
and the legal framework under which a fire company operates. (Formerly F-FOD                9:00a- 3:00p           Sa 9/19 Brem-ST 149                         Kraft K         1cr 5411
201 and F-FOD 103)                                                                          9:00a- 3:00p           Sa 9/19 Shel-PB 002                         Hobson C        1cr 7511
Prerequisite: Permission of program advisor.                                                  Additional hours required, scheduled on an arranged basis.
ARR                  ARR        ARR                              Powers R      5cr 4282      GEN-S 102          MATH STUDy SKILLS
  Meets at Kitsap Readiness Center, 1211 Carver Ave. W. Bremerton.                          Covers math discomfort, note-taking, homework, textbook study, learning styles,
 F-FSM 231          FIRE SERvICE LEADERSHIP                                                 test preparation, language of mathematics and problem solving.
Roles and responsibilities of shift commanders and staff officers: Goal setting,            Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in a mathematics course (MATH 094) recommended.
delegating, counseling, coaching, problem solving, decision making, communications          1:30p- 2:20p         TTh        Brem-HUM 117                Kelso M         2cr 5477
and labor relations.                                                                         GEN-S 120          LEADERSHIP IN SOCIETy
ARR                   ARR       ARR           TBA                              4cr 4284     Students develop an understanding of the purpose of leadership, their unique leadership
                              foreign languages                                             style, and how to apply leadership concepts and styles in a variety of contexts.
                                                                                            1:00p- 1:50p           TTh         Brem-ENG 115A                   Hartsfield A    2cr 5454
 See American Sign Language, French, German, Japanese, Korean, or
 Spanish sections.                                                                           GEN-S 140          CAREER PLANNING/LIFE ExPLORATION
                                                                                            Identify interests and values in relationship to the world of work. Establish or
                                          french                                            change career goals and learn skills for ongoing career and life planning.
 FRCH& 121          FRENCH I                                                          H     1:00p- 2:50p T 9/30-10/28 Brem-HUM 118                 Carson A         1cr 5480
Deals with principles of pronunciation and with elementary vocabulary and
grammar structures for immediate basic communication. Explores geographical                 Women's Programs and College Success (5-Credit Combination)
and cultural aspects of French speaking countries. (Formerly FLFRN 101)                      KEyS TO COLLEGE AND CAREER
8:00a- 8:50a          DAILY       Brem-HUM 103                   TBA           5cr 3280     Combination of GEN-S 100, GEN-S 101, GEN-S 140, and GEN-S 163
10:00a-12:15p         TTh         Brem-HUM 107                   Waisman A     5cr 3281     Enhance academic success and retention in college. Understand the role of a
                                                                                            student, identify campus resources, identify learning options, develop an academic
                                  general studies                                           plan. Identify interests and values in relationship to the world of work. Establish or
 GEN-S 101 is highly recommended for new students.                                          change career goals, learn skills for ongoing career and life planning. Examine the
                                                                                            sources of self-esteem and multicultural factors that affect self-esteem.
 ENGL 091/GEN-S 099 (7 CREDIT COMBINATION)
                                                                                            9:00a- 1:50p MTh 10/5-11/19 Brem-MUS 125 Underwood C/Olson L 5cr 5470
Reading & Writing in Life & College/Intro to College Study Skills                             No class 10/12/09.
   See English section for details
                                                                                                       geographical information sYstems (gis)
 ENGL 098/GEN-S 100 (7 CREDIT COMBINATION)
Intro to Academic Reading & Writing/Strategies for Academic Success                          See Technical Design section.
   See English section for details                                                                                                 geographY
                                                                                             GEOG 101           INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHy                                        NS/SS
      Learning Community (9-Credit Combination)                                             Survey of Geography including cartography and remote sensing, physical geography,
                                                                                            human geography, regional geography and human impact on Earth.
 MATHABILITy (ADABE 042-072, GEN-S 099, GEN-S 101, GEN-S 163)                               1:00p- 3:15p         MW    Brem-ST 147                             Digby S         5cr 4356
Adult Basic Education Math, Intro to College Study Skills, Orientation to College,
                                                                                            5:00p- 7:15p         MW    Brem-ST 147                             Digby S         5cr 4358
Psychology of Self-Esteem (Credits: 5 ABE, 2 pre-college, 2 college)
                                                                                            11:30a-12:54p        MWF   Poul-OCP 120                            McDougall J     5cr 8412
   See Learning Communities section for details.
                                                                                             GEOG 103           HUMAN GEOGRAPHy                                                   H/SS
      Learning Community (13-Credit Combination)                                            Cultural human geography focusing on geographical concepts, population,
                                                                                            migration, folk and popular culture, language, religion, ethnicity, political geography
 ONCE UPON A NUMBER (MATH 090, ENGL 091, GEN-S 099, GEN-S 101)                              and resource issues.
Prealgebra, Reading and Writing in Life and College, Intro to College Study Skills,         Prerequisite: ENGL 090 or equivalent as determined.
Orientation to College (Credits: 12 pre-college, 1 college)                                 1:00p- 3:15p        TTh        Brem-ST 147                         Digby S         5cr 4360
   See Learning Communities section for details.
                                                                                             GEOG 207           INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHy                                    SS
                                                                                            Economic geography is concerned with the distribution of economic activity, the
 GEN-S 100          STRATEGIES FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS                                         use of the world’s resources, and the spatial organization and expansion of the
For first year and returning students to enhance academic success and retention             world economy.
in college.                                                                                 Prerequisite: MATH 094 and ENGL 099 or equivalent as determined by ASSET scores.
9:00a-12:50p DAILY 8/17-8/21 Brem-HUM 109            Kraft K         2cr 5402               5:00p- 7:15p        TTh      Brem-ST 147                Koroma J        5cr 4380
9:00a- 1:00p DAILY 8/24-8/28 Brem-HUM 107            Adamson L       2cr 5404
9:00a- 1:00p DAILY 8/24-8/28 Brem-HUM 106            DeWire E        2cr 5405
9:00a-12:50p DAILY 8/31-9/4 Brem-HUM 106             Olson L         2cr 5406
9:00a- 1:00p DAILY 8/31-9/4 Brem-ST 149              Kraft K         2cr 5407
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                                                       geologY                                          H-OCC 116          BASIC TECHNICAL SKILLS
                                                                                                       Theory and practice of the 24 skills that will be tested in the certification exam.
                GEOL& 101          INTRO PHySICAL GEOLOGy                                        NS    Students must complete course with 2.3 grade to progress to H-OCC 118.
               An introduction to Earth’s materials, processes, and landscapes and how they were       ARR 10/26-11/10 ARR         Brem-HOC 141          $15 Polensky M         2cr 4462
               formed; labs parallel lecture content. Optional field trips. (Formerly GEOL 101)        ARR 10/29-11/13 ARR         Brem-HOC 141          $15 Polensky M         2cr 4464
               12:00p- 1:50p      M           Brem-ST 146 (HYBD) $10 Macias S          5cr 4400        ARR 10/26-11/10 ARR         Brem-HOC 141          $15 Polensky M         2cr 4472
               2:00p- 3:50p       M           Brem-ST 146 (HYBD) $10 Macias S          5cr 4401
                                                                                                        H-OCC 118          NURSING ASSISTANT PRACTICUM
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               4:45p- 7:20p          MW          NBK-Bangor               $10 Howard K      5cr 6238
                 Contact OC at NBK-Bangor for civilian access 360.697.3656. Lab included               Students will demonstrate, in the clinical setting, knowledge, understanding, and
                                                                                                       application of theory and skills learned in H-OCC 110, 112, 114, and 116.
               5:00p- 6:30p          TTh         Shel-PB 002              $10 McDougall J   5cr 7417
                 and 6:30p- 8:40p TTh Shel-OCS 114 - Lab
                                                                                                       Prerequisite: Completion of H-OCC 110, 112, 114, and 116 with a grade of 75%. Pass a DSHS
                                                                                                       criminal background check (RCW 43.43.830-845) and complete all required documentation.
                GEOL& 103          HISTORICAL GEOLOGy                                            NS    ARR 11/10-12/9        ARR         ARR                            Polensky M    4cr 4466
               Origin and evolution of the Earth and its life forms. Emphasis on the geologic          ARR 11/13-12/9        ARR         ARR                            Polensky M    4cr 4468
               events which have changed the pattern of the continents and ocean basins, created       ARR 11/13-12/9        ARR         ARR                            Polensky M    4cr 4474
               mountain ranges, altered climates, and influenced life history through 4.5 billion
               years of geologic time. Optional field trips. (Formerly GEOL 103)                                                                 historY
               Prerequisite: MATH 094.                                                                  HIST& 116          WESTERN CIvILIzATION I                                            SS
               5:00p- 7:15p        TTh           Brem-ST 148              $10 Howard K      5cr 4403   Introduction to development of Western Civilization from its earliest beginnings
                 and 7:25p- 8:25p TTh Brem-ST 146 - Lab                                                up to 1300 AD. Examining the major political, economic, religious, and social
                GEOL& 110          ENvIRONMENTAL GEOLOGy                                         NS    trends. (Formerly HIST 101)
               Geologic resources and processes important to human welfare: Volcanoes,                 10:00a-11:24a       MWF      Brem-HUM 105                      Schaeffer P     5cr 3300
               earthquakes, slope stability, rivers, and flood management, groundwater, soils,         5:00p- 7:15p        MW       Brem-HUM 105                      Schaeffer P     5cr 3301
               minerals, and energy resources. (Formerly GEOL 102)                                     Telecourse - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $30 Schaeffer P     5cr 3302
               11:00a-11:50a         MTWTh       Brem-ST 148              $10 Macias S      5cr 4430     Required orientation: 5:00p-6:00p Tuesday, Sept. 22, in Brem-HL 127
                 and 12:00p- 1:50p W Brem-ST 146 - Lab
                                                                                                        HIST& 136          US HISTORy 1                                                      SS
               11:00a-11:50a         MTWTh       Brem-ST 148              $10 Macias S      5cr 4432   Survey of the political, social, economic, and intellectual forces involved in the
                 and 12:00p- 1:50p Th Brem-ST 146 - Lab                                                foundation and development of the U.S. from pre-Columbian America through
                GEOL 155           GEOLOGIC HAzARDS                                              NS    the Civil War. (Formerly HIST 104)
               Investigates a number of geologic hazards such as earthquakes, tsunami, volcanism,      Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or above.
               floods, landslides, and coastal hazards. Historic examples are used as case studies.    9:00a- 9:50a        DAILY     Brem-HUM 106 (HYBD) Lamb D                       5cr 3307
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses   $40 Macias S                      5cr 4435   11:30a-12:54p       MWF       Brem-HUM 105             Schaeffer P             5cr 3304
                                                                                                       Telecourse - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses       $30 Schaeffer P             5cr 3305
                                                   german
                                                                                                         Required orientation: 5:00p-6:00p Tuesday, Sept. 22, in Brem-HL 127
                GERM& 121 GERMAN I                                                                H     HIST& 137          US HISTORy 2                                                      SS
               Deals with principles of pronunciation with elementary vocabulary and grammar
                                                                                                       Survey of the political, social, economic, and intellectual forces involved in the
               structures for immediate basic communication. Explores geographical and cultural
                                                                                                       development of the United States from Reconstruction to the present. (Formerly
               aspects of German speaking countries. (Formerly FLGRM 101)
                                                                                                       HIST 105)
               10:00a-11:24a         MWF       Brem-HUM 107   Grimmer J                     5cr 3290
                                                                                                       Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or above.
                                             health occupations                                        10:00a-11:24a       MWF       Brem-HUM 106                       Lamb D        5cr 3306
                All five Nursing Assistant classes (H-OCC 110, 112, 114, 116, and 118)                 7:10p- 9:25p        MW        NBK-Bangor                         Naud K        5cr 6223
                must be completed in one year to test for certification.                                 Contact OC at NBK-Bangor for civilian access 360.697.3656.
                These are also part of the Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training
                Program. Contact Pat Denzer at 360.475.7408.                                            HIST& 214          PACIFIC NW HISTORy                                                SS
                                                                                                       The Pacific Northwest, from earliest times to the present, with emphasis upon
                H-OCC 110          INTRO TO NURSING ASSISTANT                                          political, economic, social, and cultural developments. (Formerly HIST 250)
               Role of the nursing assistant, Basic Life Support, HIV/AIDS. Students must              Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                   $40 Lamb D          5cr 3311
               complete course with grade of 2.3 to progress to H-OCC 112.
               9:00a- 4:30p MT 9/21-9/29 Brem-HOC 141              Polensky M   2cr 4450                HIST 230           FILMS IN AMERICAN CULTURE                                         SS
               9:00a- 4:30p MT 9/21-9/29 Brem-HOC 141 (IBEST) Polensky M        2cr 4452               The history and culture of America as seen in 20th Century American film. (Same
                                                                                                       as HUMAN 230)
                H-OCC 112          TOOLS FOR SUCCESS                                                   10:00a-12:15p         TTh         Shel-TJL 121                   Hoover C      5cr 7360
               Interpersonal and intrapersonal tools for success in the workplace. Students must
               complete course with 2.3 grade to progress to H-OCC 114.                                 HIST 253           WORLD WAR I IN HISTORy AND LITERATURE                             SS
               9:00a- 4:30p MTW 9/30-10/12 Brem-HOC 141               Polensky M       2cr 4454        An interdisciplinary study of World War I, including a historical view of the causes,
               9:00a- 4:30p MTW 9/30-10/12 Brem-HOC 141 (IBEST) Polensky M             2cr 4456        nature, and outcome of the war, and a literary/cultural view of the impact of “The
                                                                                                       Great War”. (Same as HUMAN 253)
                H-OCC 114          FUNDAMENTALS OF NSG ASST                                            Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Meyers J                          5cr 3315
               Basic nursing assistant classroom content as required by federal and state laws.
               Students must complete course with grade of 2.3 to progress to H-OCC 116.                                     hospitalitY management
               9:00a- 4:30p MTW 10/13-10/20 Brem-HOC 141            Polensky M      3cr 4458            HMGMT 102 INTRO TO HOSPITALITy INDUSTRy                                               CE
               9:00a- 4:30p MTW 10/13-10/20 Brem-HOC 141 (IBEST) Polensky M         3cr 4460           A comprehensive tour of the fascinating and challenging fields of the hospitality
                                                                                                       industry: travel and tourism, lodging, food service, meetings, conventions and
                                                                                                       expositions, leisure and recreation.
                                                                                                       Prerequisite: Instructor signature.
                                                                                                       ARR                   DAILY      Brem-BSC 138                    Giovanni N    3cr 2680
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 HMGMT 124 DINING ROOM SUPERvISION                                                   CE      HUMAN 220 WOMEN IN AMERICAN CULTURE                                               H
The secret to success in the hospitality industry is SERVICE or more precisely              A survey of the role and status of American women from Colonial Times to the
EXCELLENT SERVICE and the secret to providing excellent service is the training             present, with emphasis on literature.
provided to the waitstaff by the supervisor. Course will provide the potential supervisor   Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Meyers J           5cr 3357
with the knowledge and skills required to insure EXCELLENT SERVICE.
                                                                                             HUMAN 230 FILMS IN AMERICAN CULTURE                                               H
Prerequisite: CULIN 104: Dining Room Service.                                               The history and culture of America as seen in 20th Century American film. (Same
ARR                 ARR        Brem-BSC 138                Giovanni N        6cr 2682       as HIST 230)




                                                                                                                                                                                    fall classes
 HMGMT 133 ELEMENTS OF HOSPITALITy MANAGEMENT                                        CE     10:00a-12:15p      TTh        Shel-TJL 121              Hoover C          5cr 7370
An overview of the characteristics and attributes of leaders and compares different
                                                                                             HUMAN 250 MAJOR FILM DIRECTORS AND WORKS                                          H
leadership styles. The functions of management are detailed and the distinction
                                                                                            A study in-depth of one film director’s style, or selected major works by different
between leadership and management is made.
                                                                                            directors. This is a writing course.
ARR                 ARR        Brem-BSC 138   Giovanni N                     6cr 2686       1:00p- 3:15p       MW         Brem-HUM 102              Wicks A           5cr 3353
                               human serVices
                                                                                             HUMAN 253 WORLD WAR I IN HISTORy AND LITERATURE                                   H
 HS 107            INTRO TO HUMAN SERvICES                                           SS     An interdisciplinary study of World War I, including a historical view of the causes,
A survey of the key concepts and guiding principles in human services theory and            nature, and outcome of the war, and a literary/cultural view of the impact of “The
practice. (Formerly FS 107 and SOCIO 107)                                                   Great War”. (Same as HIST 253)
10:00a-11:24a       MWF        Brem-SHP 116                Cohen M           5cr 3322       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40 Meyers J           5cr 3358
 HS 110            DIvERSITy, ETHICS & PROFESSIONALISM                                       HUMAN 284 SURvEy OF WORLD LIT—20TH CENTURy                                        H
Explores the ethical issues of confidentiality, duty to care, duty to warn and other        Covers 20th Century literary selections from many countries; literary genre, critical
related issues for counselors and therapists. Includes 4 hours of AIDS prevention           methodologies, and research. (Same as ENGL 284)
education. (Formerly FS 110)                                                                Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Wainwright J                 5cr 3354
9:00a- 2:50p Sa 9/26-10/24 Brem-BUS 205                  Romwall L        3cr 3324                                  integrated multimedia
 HS 115            ADOLESCENT ADDICTION AND TREATMENT                                        IMM 101          INTRODUCTION TO INTEGRATED MULTIMEDIA
Survey of accepted counseling modalities, techniques and methods for treating
                                                                                            Students explore computer software and platforms while also learning the skills
chemically dependent adolescents.
                                                                                            and possibilities of communication offered with the use of multimedia; a tool that
Prerequisite: HSSA& 101.                                                                    can be used by everyone.
5:00p- 7:00p        M          Brem-BUS 205                Romwall L         2cr 3327       5:00p- 7:50p       TTh        Brem-ART 113         $20 Hobson C AF        5cr 3400
 HS 275            HUMAN SERvICES FIELD ExPERIENCE 1                                         IMM 102          PROCESS OF INTEGRATED MULTIMEDIA
Field experience offers opportunities for students to demonstrate competency in             Using computers and current software used in business, students will plan and
work settings such as schools and human services agencies. (Formerly FS 275)                execute multimedia projects utilizing a process common to all fields of study.
Prerequisite: Completion of core requirements for Human Services Certificate Program.       10:00a-12:50p      TTh        Brem-ART 113         $20 Silverthorn J      5cr 3402
Instructor permission required before enrolling.
ARR                  ARR        ARR                      Cohen M            5cr 3329         IMM 110          vIDEO PRODUCTION FOUNDATIONS
                                                                                            Introduction to video production. Includes history of TV, video technologies,
 HS 276            HUMAN SERvICES FIELD ExPERIENCE 2                                        equipment operation, audio/video image composition, recording, lighting,
Field experience offers opportunities for students to demonstrate competency in             production planning, visual storytelling and video editing.
work settings such as schools and human services agencies. (Formerly FS 276)                8:26a- 9:50a       MWF        Brem-MSI 002         $20 George L           5cr 3403
Prerequisite: Completion of core requirements for Human Services Certificate Program
and HS 275. Instructor permission required before enrolling.                                 IMM 120          BEGINNING PHOTOSHOP
                                                                                            The various aspects of Photoshop, an Image Manipulation software tool for creative
ARR                 ARR         ARR                       Cohen M           5cr 3330
                                                                                            and technical use.
       human serVices suBstance aBuse counselor                                             5:00p- 7:50p       MW         Brem-ART 113         $20 Hostetler C        5cr 3404
                                                                                            1:00p- 3:50p       TTh        Poul-OCP 108         $20 Winn J             5cr 8360
 HSSA& 101         INTRO TO ADDICTIvE DRUGS                                          SS
An introduction to substance abuse and dependence focusing on the dynamics of                IMM 130          BEGINNING FLASH
addiction and its economic, psychological, and pharmacological impacts. (Formerly           The various foundation aspects of Flash, a powerful animation tool for the Web
FS 104)                                                                                     software, for creative and technical use.
5:00p- 7:15p        TTh        Brem-BUS 101                Swift C R         5cr 3320       1:00p- 3:50p       MW     Brem-ART 113   $20 Hostetler C                  5cr 3406
                                                                                             IMM 136          BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHy
                                   humanities                                               An introduction to basic digital photography, including historical background,
 HUMAN 175 POLITICS AND LITERATURE                                                    H     equipment, shooting techniques, lighting, scanning, manipulation, and output
An examination of the central issues and concepts of politics through the                   (web or print).
perspective provided by great literature. Included will be the questions of authority,      1:00p- 3:50p       MW     Brem-ENG 114    $20 Usher L                     5cr 3415
responsibility, freedom, and power. (Same as POLS 175)                                       IMM 137          INTERMEDIATE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHy
1:00p- 3:15p        M          Brem-ENG 115A (HYBD) Hong N                   5cr 3350       Intermediate instruction and practice in digital photography, including background,
 HUMAN 203 INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN RELIGIONS                                          H     equipment, shooting techniques, lighting, scanning, manipulation, and output
Introduction to the study of religions, emphasizing the western religious traditions,       (web or print).
including Judaism, Christianity and Islam.                                                  Prerequisite: ART 136, IMM 136 or permission of instructor.
9:00a- 9:50a        DAILY      Brem-HUM 103                TBA               5cr 3351       5:00p- 7:50p        MW        Brem-ENG 114          $20 Usher L           5cr 3416
 HUMAN 204 INTRODUCTION TO EASTERN RELIGIONS                                          H
A study of the major religions of Asia, emphasizing India, China, and Japan.
10:00a-11:24a       MWF        Poul-OCP 221                TBA               5cr 8355

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                IMM 150            BEGINNING ILLUSTRATOR                                                    JOURN 105          PHOTOJOURNALISM                                                               H
               Students learn basic Illustrator program skills to create computer art targeted to          The basics of digital photojournalism with special attention to news value and
               their own fields of study.                                                                  composition.
               10:00a-12:50p        MW     Brem-ART 113   $20 Winn J                            5cr 3409   1:00p- 3:15p          MW           Brem-TEC 100                $15 Prince M             5cr 3451
                                                                                                             Additional hours required, scheduled on an arranged basis.
                IMM 154            ELECTRONIC MUSIC FOUNDATIONS
               Overview of electronic music devices and systems; introduction to sound, synthesis,          COLLEGE NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION:                                                                CE
               MIDI and wave-loops; clip-based music creation and integration with multi-media.            Apply journalistic skill as reporters, photographers, editors, etc. for the print and
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               5:00p- 7:50p         MW     Brem-MSI 002  $20 Hobson C AF                        5cr 3408   online editions of The Olympian. (Pass/No Credit)
                IMM 155            ELECTRONIC MUSIC—INTERMEDIATE                                           JOURN 110: Scheduled on an arranged basis                          Prince M        1- 5cr   3452
               Advanced MIDI and Wave-based composition, sound design using FM and                         JOURN 120: Scheduled on an arranged basis                          Prince M        1- 5cr   3453
               Sampling synthesis, mixing rendering and integration of music files with multi-             JOURN 130: Scheduled on an arranged basis                          Prince M        1- 5cr   3454
               media projects.                                                                             JOURN 210: Scheduled on an arranged basis                          Prince M        1- 5cr   3455
               Prerequisite: IMM 154 or permission of instructor.                                          JOURN 220: Scheduled on an arranged basis                          Prince M        1- 5cr   3456
               5:00p- 7:50p        MW        Brem-MSI 002                     $20 Hobson C AF   5cr 3412   JOURN 230: Scheduled on an arranged basis                          Prince M        1- 5cr   3457
                IMM 175           BEGINNING MAyA                                                                                       learning communities
               An introduction to Maya animation software for various modes of game production
               using game interface theory and proper workflow.                                                 Learning Community (9-Credit Combination)
               Prerequisite: ART 106, 107, 220, IMM 120.
               10:00a-12:50p       MW        Brem-SHP 114                     $20 George L      5cr 3413    MATHABILITy
                                                                                                           This team-taught learning community combines Math fundamentals (including
                IMM 181           ANIMATION DESIGN                                                         decimals, percents, ratios, proportions, fractions, and calculator use) with study
               Animation history, character design and movement elements, production                       skills, technology skills, and college resources to improve your self-awareness and
               planning, 3D-model making, character sheets, background design, and writing                 critical thinking skills and help you prepare for college. In addition, you will benefit
               for animation.                                                                              from the support of a designated Olympic College counselor who will work closely
               1:00p- 3:50p         TTh    Brem-ART 113   $20 Silverthorn J                     5cr 3411   with you and the Mathability instructors to help you with academic, social, and
                                                                                                           service concerns and increase your comfort level with Math. Fulfills the following
                IMM 220            INTERMEDIATE PHOTOSHOP
                                                                                                           course requirements:
               The intermediate aspects of Photoshop, an image manipulation software tool for
               creative and technical use.                                                                 ADABE 042-072         Adult Basic Education Math                 (5 ABE credits)
               5:00p- 7:50p         MW     Brem-ART 113                       $20 Hostetler C   5cr 3405   GEN-S 099             Introduction to College Study Skills (2 pre-college credits)
               1:00p- 3:50p         TTh    Poul-OCP 108                       $20 Winn J        5cr 8361   GEN-S 101             Orientation to College                   (1 college credit)
                                                                                                           GEN-S 163             Psychology of Self-Esteem                (1 college credit)
                IMM 230            INTERMEDIATE FLASH                                                      9:00-10:50a           MTWTh Brem-HUM 108 (HYBD) Team taught                   9cr 1066
               Advanced skills utilizing action script to design and create interactive and dynamic          Team taught by Tina Prentiss (Adult Education) and Laurie Adamson (General Studies)
               digital media for the web, gaming and presentation applications.
               Prerequisite: IMM 130 or by permission of instructor.
               1:00p- 3:50p        MW        Brem-ART 113            $20 Hostetler C            5cr 3407        Learning Community (13-Credit Combination)
                IMM 250           INTERMEDIATE ILLUSTRATOR                                                  ONCE UPON A NUMBER
               Students learn intermediate Illustrator program skills to create computer art               Reading, Writing, and Math in Life and College
               targeted to their own fields of study.                                                      This 13 credit team-taught learning community will explore the tasty sides of
               10:00a-12:50p        MW     Brem-ART 113                       $20 Winn J        5cr 3410   reading, writing, and math, relating these essential skills to real life and society. We
                                                                                                           will cover the topics in three courses by combining subject matter, class time and
                IMM 275            INTERMEDIATE MAyA                                                       both sides of the brain! Math will come alive as we learn not only fractions but
               Advanced uses for Maya animation software including game interface and proper               ancient forms of counting, not only decimals but the history of the number one.
               workflow for game production.                                                               We will work on integrated assignments to learn the concepts, build confidence
               Prerequisite: IMM 175.                                                                      in our ability to learn, and develop relationships with other students. Fulfills the
               10:00a-12:50p       MW             Brem-SHP 114 $20 George L                     5cr 3414   following course requirements:
                                                      Japanese                                             MATH 090             Prealgebra
                                                                                                           ENGL 091             Reading & Writing in Life & College
                JAPN& 121          JAPANESE I                                                         H    GEN-S 099            Introduction to College Study Skills
               The acquisition of elementary skills for listening, speaking, reading, and writing in       GEN-S 101            Orientation to College
               Hiragana. Students comprehend and express basic Japanese in everyday situations.            Prerequisite: Assessment test scores or instructor permission.
               Cultural and historical aspects of Japan are covered. (Formerly FLJPN 101)                  9:00a- 11:50a        DAILY      Brem-BUS 205                Team taught 13cr 3231
               5:00p- 7:15p          MW           Poul-OCP 219                     TBA          5cr 8365   Required orientation (GEN-S 101): 9:00a-5:30p Friday, Sept. 18 in Brem-HUM 106
                                                      Journalism                                             Team taught by Jason Heinze (Math), Odessa Ogo (English), and Elinor DeWire (General Studies)

                JOURN 100          REPORTING AND NEWS WRITING                                         H
               News writing basics for print and online journalism. Emphasis on news value,
               sources and Associated Press style.
               Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 eligibility.
               1:00p- 3:15p        TTh        Brem-TEC 100                         Prince M     5cr 3450
                 Additional hours required, scheduled on an arranged basis.




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     Learning Community (10-Credit Combination)                                                  Learning Community (13-Credit Combination)
 THE MARKET PLACE OF IDEAS                                                      10CR H       ONCE UPON A NUMBER (MATH 090, ENGL 091, GEN-S 099, GEN-S 101)
Mass Media’s Impact on American Culture                                                     Prealgebra, Reading and Writing in Life and College, Intro to College Study Skills,
This 10-credit team-taught learning community will explore the good, the bad,               Orientation to College (Credits: 12 pre-college, 1 college)
and the ugly of mass media and its role in shaping American culture. We will focus             See Learning Communities section for details.
on effective college writing while learning to become critical consumers of mass
media. Fulfills the following course requirements:




                                                                                                                                                                                              fall classes
ENGL& 101             English Composition I                                                  MATH 094           ELEMENTARy ALGEBRA
CMST& 102             Intro to Mass Media                                                   First in the sequence: Elementary Algebra, Intermediate Algebra, College Algebra.
Prerequisite: Appropriate placement test score, or completion of ENGL 099 with a grade      Includes basic algebraic concepts, first degree equations, polynomials, whole number
of 2.0 or better, or completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of 2.5 or better, or permission    exponents, factoring, applications.
of instructor.                                                                              Prerequisite: MATH 090 with a grade of 2.0 or above or satisfactory placement test score.
10:00-12:50p          MWF        Brem-ART 103              Team taught 10cr 3175            8:00a- 8:50a        DAILY      Brem-HUM 112                 TBA               5cr 4563
  Team taught by Ian Sherman (English) and Michael Prince (Journalism)                      10:00a-10:50a       DAILY      Brem-BUS 200                 TBA               5cr 4566
                                     mathematics                                            11:00a-11:50a       DAILY      Brem-ST 147                  TBA               5cr 4567
                                                                                            11:30a-12:54p       MWF        Brem-HUM 104                 TBA               5cr 4570
To promote student success, math instructors strictly enforce prerequisites.                12:00p-12:50p       DAILY      Brem-ST 242                  Robertson D       5cr 4572
Students taking an OC math class must earn a 2.0 or higher to progress to                   5:00p- 7:15p        TTh        Brem-HUM 112                 TBA               5cr 4574
the next course in a sequence. Any student who has an Olympic College
mathematics course on his/her transcript will be allowed to re-enroll in the                7:25p- 9:40p        MW         Brem-ST 147                  TBA               5cr 4576
same course or enroll in a lower course, regardless of the final grade.                     11:30a-12:54p       MWF        Poul-OCP 119                 TBA               5cr 8416
Students who have never taken math classes at OC need to contact the                        5:00p- 7:15p        TTh        Poul-OCP 218                 TBA               5cr 8417
Student Entry and Advising Center to take a placement test unless the                       3:30p- 4:35p        MTWTh Shel-OCS 116                      TBA               5cr 7432
student qualifies for one of these alternate placement methods:
                                                                                             MATH 099           INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
 Any student who has taken Accuplacer, ASSET or COMPASS Math                                Second course in the sequence: Elementary, Intermediate, College Algebra.
 testing within the last two years may be exempt provided that the placement                Includes: graphing linear equations, quadratic equations, conic sections; systems
 test score report is brought to the Student Entry and Advising Center for
 approval. The student will be given written authorization after the scores                 of equations; rational expressions; radical expressions and rational exponents;
 have been verified.                                                                        logarithmic and exponential equations. A scientific calculator is required.
 Any student who has taken a college math course equivalent to Math 099                     Prerequisite: MATH 094 or MATH 097 with a 2.0 or above or satisfactory placement test score.
 or higher and obtained a grade of 2.0 or higher may be exempt. A college                   8:00a- 8:50a         DAILY     Brem-ST 147                  Heinze J           5cr 4583
 transcript showing the math course must be submitted to the Science-                       8:26a- 9:50a         MWF       Brem-HUM 111                 Stinson M          5cr 4585
 Engineering-Math Advisor (SEMAdvisor@olympic.edu, 360.475.7267)                            9:00a- 9:50a         DAILY     Brem-ST 127                  Kelso M            5cr 4587
 for a determination of placement. If the course from the other college is                  10:00a-10:50a        DAILY     Brem-ENG 100                 Triplett S         5cr 4588
 allowed to be used for placement purposes, the student will be given written
 authorization which is used to register for the class and to show the course               10:00a-10:50a        DAILY     Brem-ST 127                  Robertson D        5cr 4589
 instructor once classes begin.                                                             11:00a-11:50a        DAILY     Brem-HUM 111                 Robertson D        5cr 4590
                                                                                            12:00p-12:50p        DAILY     Brem-ST 148                  Triplett S         5cr 4593
     Learning Community (9-Credit Combination)                                              1:00p- 2:05p         MTWTh Brem-ST 149                      TBA                5cr 4595
                                                                                            5:00p- 7:15p         MW        Brem-ST 148                  TBA                5cr 4600
 MATHABILITy (ADABE 042-072, GEN-S 099, GEN-S 101, GEN-S 163)                               5:00p- 7:15p         TTh       Brem-HUM 113                 TBA                5cr 4601
Adult Basic Education Math, Intro to College Study Skills, Orientation to College,          7:25p- 9:40p         TTh       Brem-ST 149                  TBA                5cr 4602
Psychology of Self-Esteem (Credits: 5 ABE, 2 pre-college, 2 college)                        9:00a- 9:50a         DAILY     Poul-OCP 218                 Dodge M L          5cr 8418
   See Learning Communities section for details.                                            5:00p- 7:15p         TTh       Poul-OCP 120                 TBA                5cr 8420
                                                                                            5:00p- 7:15p         TTh       Shel-OCS 116                 TBA                5cr 7434
 MATH 089           ESSENTIAL MATHEMATICS                                                    MATH& 107 MATH IN SOCIETy                                                                  NS
Concepts, calculations, and applications of arithmetic; use of a scientific calculator.     Consumer Mathematics: Loans, mortgages, interest; logarithms and exponential
10:00a-10:50a        DAILY        Brem-HUM 113                  Haines M       5cr   4540   functions, with application; introductory probability and statistics; use and
5:00p- 7:15p         TTh          Brem-HUM 111                  TBA            5cr   4542   interpretation of statistics; mathematics in contemporary society. (Formerly
9:00a- 9:50a         DAILY        Poul-OCP 120                  TBA            5cr   8413   MATH 107)
5:00p- 7:15p         MW           Shel-PB 002                   TBA            5cr   7427   Prerequisite: MATH 099 with a grade of 2.0 or above, or satisfactory placement test score.
                                                                                            12:00p-12:50p       DAILY      Brem-ST 147                  TBA               5cr 4610
 MATH 090           PREALGEBRA                                                              5:00p- 7:15p        MW         Poul-OCP 220                 Dodge M L         5cr 8422
Preparation for study of algebra, prealgebra includes signed numbers, variables,
linear equations and inequalities, graphs and charts, geometry, the metric system,
                                                                                            Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                    Stinson M         5cr 4612
                                                                                              Final exam held on campus - Details TBA. Class has additional technology requirements.
and applications.
Prerequisite: MATH 089 or placement test score.                                              MATH 112           MATHEMATICS AND THE ENvIRONMENT                                         NS
8:00a- 8:50a        DAILY      Brem-HUM 113                     TBA            5cr   4548   Real-life data relating to environmental issues are studied using linear, exponential
8:26a- 9:50a        MWF        Brem-BUS 206                     TBA            5cr   4549   and power functions, and elementary statistics.
12:00p-12:50p       DAILY      Brem-HUM 111                     TBA            5cr   4554   Prerequisite: Placement test score or MATH 099 with 2.0 or higher.
5:00p- 7:15p        MW         Brem-HUM 112                     TBA            5cr   4559   11:00a-11:50a       DAILY       Brem-ENG 100              Dodge M L                    5cr 4617
7:25p- 9:40p        TTh        Brem-ST 147                      TBA            5cr   4561
8:00a- 8:50a        DAILY      Poul-OCP 107                     TBA            5cr   8414
5:00p- 7:15p        MW         Shel-TJL 121                     TBA            5cr   7429



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                MATH& 141 PRECALCULUS I: ALGEBRA                                                            NS      MATH& 152 CALCULUS II                                                            NS
               Using numeric, analytic and graphical methods, linear, polynomial, rational,                        Definite integrals, techniques of integration, numerical approximation, applications
               exponential, and logarithmic functions are studied. A graphing calculator is required               of integration, differential equations: Separable, growth and decay applications.
               (TI demonstrated). (Formerly MATH 119)                                                              (Formerly MATH 125)
               Prerequisite: MATH 099 with a grade of 2.0 or above or satisfactory placement test                  Prerequisite: MATH& 151 with a grade of 2.0 or above.
               score; a graphing calculator required.                                                              8:00a- 8:50a       DAILY      Brem-ST 149                Haines M          5cr 4666
               8:00a- 8:50a         DAILY      Brem-ST 242              TBA               5cr 4620                 11:00a-11:50a      DAILY      Brem-ST 136                Heinze J          5cr 4667
fall classes




               8:26a- 9:50a         MWF        Brem-ST 123              Howell J          5cr 4622                  MATH& 264 CALCULUS 4                                                             NS
               9:00a- 9:50a         DAILY      Brem-ST 203              Hulsebosch K      5cr 4627                 Gradients, directional derivatives, optimization, local and global extrema, multiple
               10:00a-10:50a        DAILY      Brem-ST 149              TBA               5cr 4629                 integrals, vector fields, line integrals, flux integrals, calculus of vector fields,
               11:00a-11:50a        DAILY      Brem-ST 127              Kelso M           5cr 4631                 divergence and curl of a vector field, Stokes’ Theorem, Green’s Theorem, The
               12:00p-12:50p        DAILY      Brem-ST 127              Kelso M           5cr 4633                 Divergence Theorem. (Formerly MATH 220)
               5:00p- 7:15p         TTh        Brem-ST 201              Kelso M           5cr 4635                 Prerequisite: MATH& 163 with a grade of 2.0 or above.
               7:25p- 9:40p         MW         Brem-ST 149              TBA               5cr 4637                 8:00a- 8:50a       DAILY      Brem-ST 148             Hulsebosch K         5cr 4668
               1:00p- 2:05p         MTWTh Poul-OCP 107                  Dodge M L         5cr 8424                 12:00p-12:50p      DAILY      Brem-ST 149             Hulsebosch K         5cr 4669
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                 Stinson M         5cr 4638
                 Final exam held on campus - Details TBA. Class has additional technology requirements.                                        medical assisting
                                                                                                                    Information sessions for Medical Assisting and Phlebotomy programs are
                MATH& 142 PRECALCULUS II: TRIG                                                              NS      offered quarterly fall through spring quarters. Attendance is mandatory for
               Using numeric, analytic, and graphical methods, trigonometric functions, and                         the Phlebotomy program. Call 360.475.7723 for information.
               polar and parametric equations are studied (TI is preferred and demonstrated).
                                                                                                                    Students taking these courses may have additional fees for supply toolkits,
               (Formerly MATH 120)                                                                                  vaccinations, background checks, liability insurance, uniforms, stethoscopes
               Prerequisite: MATH& 141 with a grade of 2.0 or above or satisfactory placement test                  and transportation to and from externship sites.
               score; graphing calculator is required.                                                              MEDA 110         ANATOMy AND PHySIOLOGy
               9:00a- 9:50a         DAILY       Brem-HUM 112            TBA               5cr 4640                 Principles of Anatomy and Physiology as related to Medical Assisting. (Formerly
               11:00a-11:50a        DAILY       Brem-ST 149             Triplett S        5cr 4643                 MOA 110)
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                 Stinson M         5cr 4644                 Prerequisite: Accuplacer test scores which place the student above ENGL 099.
                 Final exam held on campus - Details TBA. Class has additional technology requirements.
                                                                                                                   Alternatively, successful completion of ENGL 099 with a grade of 2.0 or higher.
                MATH& 144 PRECALCULUS I & II                                                                NS     10:00a-10:50a         TWThF Brem-ART 122B                   Lieseke C        4cr 2326
               An accelerated combination of MATH& 141 and MATH& 142, allowing the
               better prepared student to complete the precalculus preparation in one quarter
                                                                                                                    MEDA 112         MED LAW, ETHICS AND BIOETHICS
                                                                                                                   Medical law, ethics and bioethics as related to the ambulatory health care setting,
               rather than two. Topics include polynomial, rational, exponential, logarithmic, and
                                                                                                                   including legal terminology, professional liability. (Formerly MOA 112)
               trigonometric functions, vectors and parametric equations. A graphing calculator
               is required. Students completing MATH& 144 may not receive graduation credit                        1:00p- 2:20p        MW        Brem-ART 122B              Parker Ba         3cr 2328
               for MATH& 141 and/or MATH& 142.                                                                      MEDA 118         TEN-KEy SKILLS
               Prerequisite: Satisfactory placement test score.                                                    Using a web-based 10-key program, students will learn to use the numeric keypad
               8:00a- 9:50a          TTh       Brem-ST 123 (HYBD)                Howell J            10cr 4646     with speed and accuracy.
                                                                                                                   Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                  Parker Ba        1cr 2331
                MATH& 146 INTRODUCTION TO STATS                                                             NS
               Application of statistics in the context of various fields; descriptive statistics,                  MEDA 120         MEDICAL OFFICE PROCEDURES I
               linear correlation and regression, probability, sampling, the Normal Distribution,                  Business English related to the medical office. Introduction to medical office
               confidence intervals, hypothesis testing. (Formerly MATH 281)                                       software and records management. (Formerly MOA 120)
               Prerequisite: MATH 099 with a grade of 2.0 or above, or satisfactory placement test score.          Prerequisite: OFTEC 110, 111 or 112, MEDA 161 (or concurrent enrollment in MEDA
               9:00a- 9:50a        DAILY      Brem-HUM 113                 TBA               5cr 4648              161) or instructor permission.
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                    Brackebusch A 5cr 4650                  2:30p- 4:50p         TTh       Brem-TEC 201       $25 Parker Ba           4cr 2332
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                    Brackebusch A 5cr 4652                   MEDA 140         MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST SKILLS
                 Final exam held on campus - Details TBA. Class has additional technology requirements.
                                                                                                                   Oral, written and telephone skills development appropriate to a medical receptionist
                MATH 147           BUSINESS ALGEBRA                                                         NS     setting. Emphasis on professional attributes and job search readiness.
               First in a two quarter sequence of algebra and calculus focusing on applications in                 8:00a- 9:20a        TTh       Brem-ART 122B              Parker Ba         2cr 2334
               business and economics; functions, including exponential and logarithmic and their
               graphs; financial formulas, systems of equations, linear programming. Requires use                   MEDA 141         MEDICAL RECEPTIONIST ExTERNSHIP
               of a graphing calculator. (Formerly MATH 156)                                                       Students are placed in approved medical facilities for a supervised, unpaid
                                                                                                                   Medical Receptionist experience as a final preparation for working as a Medical
               Prerequisite: MATH 099 with a grade of 2.0 or above, or satisfactory placement.                     receptionist.
               10:00a-11:24a       MWF       Brem-HUM 112                Brackebusch A 5cr 4654                    Prerequisite: Medical Receptionist students must have completed at least half of the
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                  Brackebusch A 5cr 4656                    certificate curriculum. MEDA 140 must have been completed, or taken concurrently. All
                 Final exam held on campus - Details TBA. Class has additional technology requirements.
                                                                                                                   previous required courses must be completed with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 or better.
                MATH& 151 CALCULUS I                                                                        NS     Permission of the instructor is necessary.
               Functions, limits and continuity; the derivative, definition, rules and applications;               ARR                   ARR        ARR                      Lieseke C           3cr 2335
               implicit differentiation; antiderivatives; optimization. (Formerly MATH 124)
                                                                                                                    MEDA 151            MEDA PROFESSIONAL PREPARATION I
               Prerequisite: MATH& 142 with a grade of 2.0 or above.                                               Discussion of the personal characteristics, work setting, skills and responsibilities
               8:00a- 8:50a       DAILY      Brem-ST 127                         Robertson D          5cr   4658   of a Medical Assistant. Intro to basic psychology concepts related to patient
               9:00a- 9:50a       DAILY      Brem-ST 149                         Haines M             5cr   4660   interactions. (Formerly MOA 151)
               11:00a-11:50a      DAILY      Brem-ST 123                         Howell J             5cr   4662   10:00a-10:50a       M         Brem-ART 122B              Lieseke C         1cr 2336
               5:00p- 6:25p       MTTh       Brem-ST 149                         Triplett S           5cr   4664

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 MEDA 160           MEDICAL TERMINOLOGy I                                                               MUSC 189         INTRO TO JAzz HISTORy                                            H
The roots, suffixes, prefixes, abbreviations, and combining forms used in basic                        A survey of the ethnic sources of jazz and influences on art and pop music of the
medical terminology and their application to several body systems. (Formerly                           U.S. and the world.
MOA 160)                                                                                               5:00p- 7:15p       TTh        Poul-OCP 105 (ITV)       White R          5cr 8380
5:00p- 7:50p          W            Brem-HUM 108                   Spang R              3cr 2338        5:00p- 7:15p       TTh        Shel-TJL 111 (ITV)       White R          5cr 7376
 MEDA 162           MEDICAL TERMINOLOGy                                                                 MUSC& 241 MUSIC THEORy Iv                                                         H
The roots, suffixes, prefixes, abbreviations, and combining forms used in medical                      Discovery of style in the late Renaissance, the common practice period, and after




                                                                                                                                                                                              fall classes
terminology and their application to all body systems. Intro to medical specialties.                   the common practice period through analysis, composition, and performance.
(Formerly MOA 160 and MOA 161)                                                                         (Formerly MUSIC 280)
11:30a-12:54p         MWF          Brem-ART 122B                  Spang R              5cr 2340        Prerequisite: MUSC& 143.
 MEDA 163           MEDICAL INSURANCE BILLING                                                          10:00a-12:15p      TTh        Brem-MUS 114             White R          5cr 3506
Introduction to medical insurance, billing and coding. (Formerly MOA 163)
Prerequisite: MEDA 160 or concurrent enrollment in MEDA 160, or instructor permission.                 INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL CLASSES
                                                                                                        Some of the courses listed below have a 100-level and a 200-level course
1:00p- 2:20p        TTh        Brem-BUS 200              Parker Ba           3cr 2342                   number. Register for the 100-level the first time you take the course. To take
 MEDA 180           AIDS/HIv/BLOOD BORNE PATHOGENS                                                      the course again for additional credit, register for the 200-level.
Meet WA State requirement for professional license in health occupations and                            MUSC 103/203 CONCERT CHOIR                                             CE, H/SP
AIDS Omnibus Bill 1988 components for 7 hours education on AIDS and OSHA                               Study and performance of representative choral works of all musical style periods.
Blood Borne Pathogens. (Pass/No Credit) (Formerly MOA 180)                                             12:00p-12:50p      MWF       Brem-MUS 122             Fraser T          2cr
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                     $8 Lieseke C              1cr 2344          Use item # 3508 for MUSIC 103; use item # 3509 for MUSIC 203
 MEDA 209           MEDICAL OFFICE EMERGENCIES                                                          MUSC 106/206 vOCAL JAzz ENSEMBLE I (JAzzLINE)                          CE, H/SP
AHA Healthcare Provider CPR and Basic First Aid, enabling medical assistants to                        Study and performance of representative materials in the vocal jazz idiom.
respond within the scope of their training in an office. HIV/AIDS and Bloodborne
                                                                                                       Prerequisite: Audition.
pathogens training. (Formerly MOA 209)
                                                                                                       1:00p- 2:50p         MW       Brem-MUS 122             Fraser T         3cr
1:00p- 2:20p          TTh          Brem-ART 122B            $25 Lieseke C              2cr 2348          and 1:00p- 1:50p F Brem-MUS 122
 MEDA 220           PHLEBOTOMy: INTRODUCTION                                                             Use item # 3512 for MUSIC 106; use item # 3513 for MUSIC 206
Anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system, specimen collection, processing
and handling, and laboratory operations. (Formerly MOA 220)                                             MUSC 109/209 JAzz BAND I                                               CE, H/SP
5:30p- 8:50p      MW Brem-ART 122B (HYBD) $25 Bailey L/Lieseke C 6cr 2350                              Rehearsal, study, and performance of jazz from the “big band” era through modern
  Class size is limited. To be considered for acceptance into the phlebotomy program, students must
                                                                                                       fusion.
  attend a required information session on Wed,Aug.20th at 3:30p and 5:30p. Application packets will   Prerequisite: Audition.
  ONLY be available to those who attend one of these sessions.                                         1:00p- 2:50p         TTh     Brem-MUS 114             White R           2cr
                                                                                                         Use item # 3515 for MUSIC 109; use item # 3516 for MUSIC 209
 MEDA 221           PHLEBOTOMy: ExTERNSHIP
Students are placed in a CLIA approved lab facility to perform 100 blood draws                          MUSC 117/217 SyMPHONy ORCHESTRA                                        CE,H/SP
including venipunctures and capillary punctures. (Formerly MOA 221)                                    The study and performance of representative orchestral works of all style periods.
Prerequisite: Successful completion of MOA 220 or MEDA 220 with GPA of 2.0 or higher.                  A college and community orchestra. Approximately eight performances per year.
Student must submit to interview/additional vaccinations if required by externship site.               Prerequisite: Audition.
Instructor permission also required.                                                                   7:00p- 8:50p         M       Brem-MUS 114             TBA               1cr
ARR                  ARR        ARR                  $25 Lieseke C           4cr 2352                    Use item # 3517 for MUSIC 117; use item # 3518 for MUSIC 217
                                                                                                        MUSC 123/223 CHAMBER CHOIR                                             CE, H/SP
                                            music                                                      Advanced study and performance of representative choral works of all musical
                                                                                                       style periods.
LECTURE CLASSES
                                                                                                       Prerequisite: Audition only.
 MUSC 101           FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC                                                        H     1:00p- 2:50p         TTh     Brem-MUS 122             Fraser T          2cr
The study of basic elements of music theory, to include but not limited to: notation                     Use item # 3520 for MUSIC 123; use item # 3521 for MUSIC 223
of music, key signatures, chords, scales, rhythms.
10:00a-11:24a         MWF          Brem-MUS 122                   Fraser T             5cr 3504         MUSC 133         BEGINNING CLASS PIANO                                       H/SP
                                                                                                       Group and individualized instruction in keyboard techniques. Music theory and
10:00a-12:15p         TTh          Brem-MUS 122                   Fraser T             5cr 3507        finger techniques taught and applied through piano performance.
 MUSC& 105 MUSIC APPRECIATION                                                                    H     11:00a-12:50p      T          Brem-MUS 126             Welle T          2cr 3524
Introduction to music in Western culture from the listener’s point of perception.                      7:25p- 9:15p       T          Brem-MUS 126             Welle T          2cr 3526
Recommended for students who wish to fulfill Humanities requirements in the
area of music. Open to all students. (Formerly MUSIC 102)                                               MUSC 233         INTERMEDIATE CLASS PIANO                                    H/SP
                                                                                                       Group and individualized instruction in keyboard techniques. Music theory and
9:00a- 9:50a          DAILY        Brem-MUS 122                   Trainer R            5cr 3500
                                                                                                       finger techniques are taught and applied through piano performance.
 MUSC& 141 MUSIC THEORy I                                                                        H     Prerequisite: Permission of instructor and/or MUSIC 133/134/135.
Extensive study of the basic elements of music and performance, chord structure,                       11:00a-12:50p        T           Brem-MUS 126            Welle T        2cr 3525
scales, harmonic analysis, rhythm-meter, and aural skills will be studied. (Formerly                   7:25p- 9:15p         T           Brem-MUS 126            Welle T        2cr 3527
MUSIC 180)
7:45a- 9:50a          TTh          Brem-MUS 114                   White R              5cr 3505         MUSC 136/236 CLASS GUITAR                                                    H/SP
                                                                                                       Group instruction in guitar techniques. Music theory and elementary repertoire
                                                                                                       from various playing styles will be utilized. Student provides own instrument.
                                                                                                       7:25p- 9:15p       T         Brem-MUS 114             Stoican J         2cr
                                                                                                         Use item # 3529 for MUSIC 136; use item # 3530 for MUSIC 236

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                MUSC 144/244 WIND ENSEMBLE                                             CE, H/SP                                     nursing (adn)
               Rehearsal and performance of chamber/wind literature from classical through
                                                                                                       Also see Baccalaureate Nursing (BNURS), Transition to ADN (TADN),
               contemporary mediums. Open to all students and community members, based                 Practical Nursing (PNURS), Nursing Assistant-CNA (H-OCC)
               upon ability.
                                                                                                       Current Associate Degree Nursing students: Nursing program will give you
               5:30p- 8:20p       W         Brem-MUS 114             White R            2cr            a list of courses to register for each quarter.
                 Use item # 3531 for MUSIC 144; use item # 3533 for MUSIC 244
                                                                                                       NURSE 151        DOSAGE CALCULATIONS
                MUSC 157          RECORDING TECHNIQUES I                                      H/SP
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                                                                                                      Mathematical computations used for medication administration and intravenous
               The fundamentals of the sound recording process.                                       therapy in clinical practice. Minimum grade of 3.7 required for Nursing Program
               5:00p- 7:15p        TTh        Brem-HL 114          $20 TBA              5cr 3534      continuation.
                MUSC 158          RECORDING TECHNIQUES II                                     H/SP    Prerequisite: Completion of BIOL& 241.
               Advanced studio production.                                                            8:00a- 9:50a Th 9/24-10/22 Poul-OCP 219 (HYBD)       Stokke C        1cr 8451
               Prerequisite: MUSIC 157 or instructor permission.                                       NURSE 152        INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACOLOGy
               5:00p- 7:15p        TTh        Brem-HL 114          $20 TBA              5cr 3535      Examines the basics of clinical pharmacology. Minimum grade of 2.7 required for
                                                                                                      continuation in nursing program.
               MUSIC LESSONS (INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION)                                                 Prerequisite: Completion of BIOL& 241.
               Fees for private music lessons are $200 per credit in addition to tuition.             8:00a- 9:50a Th 10/29-12/3 Poul-OCP 219              TBA             1cr 8452
               Lessons can be taken for .5 or 1 credits.
                ELECTRIC BASS                                                                 H/SP                               office technologY
               Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                                                 Also see Computer Information Systems section.
               MUSC 147A            ARR         Brem-ARR               Stoican J    .5- 1cr 3540
               MUSC 147A            ARR         Poul-ARR               Ferguson R   .5- 1cr 8372      ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGY:
                                                                                                       Students need a headset with microphone. (Available in the bookstore)
                PIANO                                                                      H/SP
               MUSIC 147B          ARR        Brem-ARR                 Welle T      .5- 1cr 3558       *Bremerton students: Required orientation 4:00-5:00p Mon. 9/21.
                                                                                                       Email: lsindel@olympic.edu
                vOICE                                                                         H/SP
               Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                                                 OFTEC 101        ADAPTIvE KEyBOARDING—ONE-HANDED
               MUSC 147C            ARR         Brem-ARR               Trainer R    .5- 1cr    3594   Learn and develop skill in alphanumeric keyboarding and 20-key data entry using
                                                                                                      a one-handed keyboard.
               MUSC 147C            ARR         Brem-ARR               Trainer S    .5- 1cr    3599
               MUSC 147C            ARR         Brem-ARR               Paxson J     .5- 1cr    3603   Required orientation*        Brem-BUS 100            Sindel L        3cr 2375
               MUSC 147C            ARR         Shel-ARR               Nakhla P     .5- 1cr    7377   ARR                 ARR      Shel-ARR                Ledgerwood A    3cr 7235
                SAxOPHONE/CLARINET                                                         H/SP        OFTEC 102        SCREEN MAGNIFICATION
               MUSC 147E    ARR    Brem-ARR                            Knoop T      .5- 1cr 3570      Acquire the skills and knowledge to access and manipulate text using screen
                                                                                                      magnification.
                BRASS INSTRUMENTS                                                          H/SP       Required orientation*        Brem-BUS 100            Sindel L        1cr 2376
               MUSC 147F     ARR              Brem-ARR                 Hooker T     .5- 1cr 3578      ARR                 ARR      Shel-ARR                Ledgerwood A    1cr 7236
                PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS                                                     H/SP        OFTEC 103        BRAILLE TRANSLATION AND PRINTING
               MUSC 147G     ARR    Brem-ARR                           Ivester M    .5- 1cr 3590      Comprehensive introduction to translating an ink-print document into Braille
                                                                                                      using a Braille translation program and printing in Braille.
                CLASSICAL GUITAR                                                           H/SP
               MUSC 147H      ARR             Brem-ARR                 Dell C       .5- 1cr 3552      Prerequisite: OFTEC 104.
                                                                                                      Required orientation*        Brem-BUS 100            Sindel L        3cr 2377
                GUITAR                                                                        H/SP    ARR                 ARR      Shel-ARR                Ledgerwood A    3cr 7237
               Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.
               MUSC 147I            ARR         Brem-ARR               Stoican J    .5- 1cr 3544       OFTEC 104        vOICE OUTPUT LEvEL 1
                                                                                                      An introduction to the basics of voice-output software in a Windows environment.
               MUSC 147I            ARR         Brem-ARR               Dell C       .5- 1cr 3548
                                                                                                      Instruction and use of basic keyboard commands to access and hear text voiced
               MUSC 147I            ARR         Poul-ARR               Ferguson R   .5- 1cr 8376      on the computer screen.
                CLARINET/LOW WOODWINDS                                                     H/SP       Prerequisite: Keyboard skills.
               MUSC 147J    ARR   Brem-ARR                             Knoop T      .5- 1cr 3574      Required orientation*          Brem-BUS 100          Sindel L        3cr 2378
                LOW BRASS                                                               H/SP          ARR                 ARR        Shel-ARR              Ledgerwood A    3cr 7238
               MUSC 147K           ARR        Brem-ARR                 Demmert W .5- 1cr 3586          OFTEC 105        vOICE OUTPUT LEvEL 2
                FLUTE                                                                      H/SP       Instruction on producing, reading, and manipulating a word processing document
               MUSC 147M           ARR        Brem-ARR                 Ryker P      .5- 1cr 3566      using PC curser commands to access menu bars and icons.
                                                                                                      Prerequisite: OFTEC 104.
                JAzz PIANO                                                                    H/SP    Required orientation*        Brem-BUS 100            Sindel L        3cr 2379
               Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                                                ARR                 ARR      Shel-ARR                Ledgerwood A    3cr 7239
               MUSC 147P            ARR         Brem-ARR               Ohls R       .5- 1cr 3562
                                                                                                       OFTEC 106        vOICE OUTPUT LEvEL 3
                COMPOSITION/ARRANGING                                                      H/SP       The use of voice output to access and read graphic-based, mouse-driven
               MUSC 147Q    ARR    Brem-ARR                            Gore D       .5- 1cr 3582      environments, such as Windows desktop and web pages.
                                                                                                      Prerequisite: OFTEC 105.
                                                                                                      Required orientation*        Brem-BUS 100            Sindel L        3cr 2380
                                                                                                      ARR                 ARR      Shel-ARR                Ledgerwood A    3cr 7240


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 OFTEC 107         vOICE RECOGNITION LEvEL 1                                                 OFTEC 121         PRACTICAL ACCOUNTING
Introduction to DragonDictate. Use basic voice-activated input commands to build            Introductory accounting course that includes accounting theory and practice as
voice files, dictate a simple written document, and correct errors.                         they apply to small business and service business situations.
Required orientation*          Brem-BUS 100                Sindel L          3cr 2381       Prerequisite: Placement test score consistent with readiness for college level mathematics
ARR                 ARR        Shel-ARR                    Ledgerwood A      3cr 7241       or completion of MATH 089 with a 2.0 or higher, or permission of instructor.
 OFTEC 108         vOICE RECOGNITION LEvEL 2                                                10:00a-11:24a        MWF         Brem-HL 110 (ITV)             Drzewiecki E       5cr 2400
Format and manipulate a document using intermediate voice-activated commands.               5:00p- 7:15p         TTh         Brem-BUS 105                  TBA                5cr 2402




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Prerequisite: OFTEC 107.                                                                    10:00a-11:24a        MWF         Poul-OCP 109 (ITV)            Drzewiecki E       5cr 8270
Required orientation*          Brem-BUS 100                Sindel L          3cr 2382       10:00a-12:15p        TTh         Shel-OCS 116 (HYBD)           MacKaben K         5cr 7253
ARR                 ARR        Shel-ARR                    Ledgerwood A      3cr 7242        OFTEC 123         PAyROLL ACCOUNTING
 OFTEC 109         vOICE RECOGNITION LEvEL 3                                                A course designed to provide information and study regarding the benefits, taxes,
Learn to navigate in a typically mouse-driven environment such as Windows and               payroll deductions, and employment accounting records incidental to the social
the Internet using advanced voice commands.                                                 security and tax program.
Prerequisite: OFTEC 108.                                                                    Prerequisite: OFTEC 121 or ACCT&201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher.
Required orientation*          Brem-BUS 100                Sindel L          3cr 2383       5:00p- 7:15p        MW        Brem-HL 110 (ITV)         Drzewiecki E          5cr 2403
ARR                 ARR        Shel-ARR                    Ledgerwood A      3cr 7243       5:00p- 7:15p        MW        Poul-OCP 109 (ITV)        Drzewiecki E          5cr 8271
                                                                                            5:00p- 7:15p        MW        Shel-TJL 111 (ITV)        Drzewiecki E          5cr 7254
 OFTEC 110         BEGINNING KEyBOARDING
Learn and develop skill in alphanumeric keyboarding, 10-key data entry, basic                OFTEC 124         ELECTRONIC PRINTING CALCULATORS
computer functions, and basic document formatting.                                          Control and operation of electronic printing and display calculators. Emphasis on
                                                                                            attaining minimum office proficiency.
8:26a- 9:50a       MWF        Brem-TEC 200           $12   Sindel L          3cr   2385
8:26a- 9:50a       MWF        Brem-TEC 201           $12   Bermea N          3cr   2386     5:00p- 7:15p         TTh        Shel-OCS 107          $12 Cunningham E        2cr 7255
10:00a-11:24a      MWF        Brem-TEC 201           $12   Bermea N          3cr   2387      OFTEC 130         ACCOUNTING SIMULATION/SERv BUSINESS                                CE
5:00p- 7:15p       TTh        Brem-TEC 200           $12   Bermea N          3cr   2388     Simulated accounting application involving the accounting cycle for a service
10:00a-11:24a      MWF        Poul-OCP 108           $12   Salas J           3cr   8260     business.
10:00a-12:15p      TTh        Shel-OCS 107           $12   Ledgerwood A      3cr   7245     Prerequisite: OFTEC 121 or ACCT& 201.
5:00p- 7:15p       TTh        Shel-OCS 107           $12   Cunningham E      3cr   7246     Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $8 Salas J             1cr 2404
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $36   Bermea N          3cr   2389
                                                                                             OFTEC 131         ACCOUNTING SIMULATION/MERCH BUSINESS                               CE
 OFTEC 111         DATA ENTRy SKILL BUILDING                                                Simulated accounting application involving the accounting cycle for a
Improve speed and accuracy of alphabetical and numerical data entry including               merchandising business.
business document formatting and 10-key pad skills using the touch system.                  Prerequisite: OFTEC 121 or ACCT& 201.
Prerequisite: OFTEC 110 or equivalent.                                                      Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $8 Salas J             1cr 2406
8:26a- 9:50a        MWF        Brem-TEC 200          $12   Sindel L          3cr   2392
8:26a- 9:50a        MWF        Brem-TEC 201          $12   Bermea N          3cr   2393      OFTEC 132         ACCOUNTING SIMULATION/CORPORATION                                  CE
5:00p- 7:15p        TTh        Brem-TEC 200          $12   Bermea N          3cr   2394     Simulated accounting application involving the accounting cycle for a corporation.
10:00a-11:24a       MWF        Poul-OCP 108          $12   Salas J           3cr   8262     Prerequisite: ACCT& 202.
10:00a-12:15p       TTh        Shel-OCS 107          $12   Ledgerwood A      3cr   7247     Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $8 Salas J             1cr 2408
5:00p- 7:15p        TTh        Shel-OCS 107          $12   Cunningham E      3cr   7248      OFTEC 134         COMPUTERIzED ACCOUNTING
 OFTEC 112         DOCUMENT FORMATTING                                                      Hands-on realistic approach to computerized, integrated accounting for students
Develop industry-standard formatting and production skills with MS Word                     who have a fundamental knowledge of accounting practices and principles.
software by keying letters, memos, reports, tables, agendas, minutes of meetings,           Prerequisite: OFTEC 121 or ACCT& 201 and OFTEC 110 with a grade of 2.0 or higher, or
itineraries, financial statements, etc. Includes mail merge, use of graphics, editing/      permission of instructor.
proofreading, and keyboarding skill development.                                            1:00p- 3:15p         F Brem-TEC 111 (ITV/HYBD) $12 Salas J               4cr 2410
Prerequisite: OFTEC 141, keyboarding proficiency at 30+ NWAM or permission of instructor.   1:00p- 3:15p         F Poul-OCP 110 (ITV/HYBD) $12 Salas J               4cr 8272
10:00a-11:24a         MWF       Poul-OCP 108 (HYBD)        Salas J            3cr 8266      1:00p- 3:15p         F Shel-TJL 120 (ITV/HYBD) $12 Salas J               4cr 7256
10:00a-12:15p         TTh       Shel-OCS 107               Ledgerwood A 3cr 7249
5:00p- 7:15p          TTh       Shel-OCS 107               Cunningham E 3cr 7250             OFTEC 141         MS WORD SPECIALIST
                                                                                            Comprehensive approach to learning the current release of MS Word in the Windows
 OFTEC 115         SPEED AND ACCURACy KEyBOARDING                                           environment. Topics include paragraph/page formatting and editing, tables, columns,
Improve both speed and accuracy of alphanumerical keyboarding skills using the              mail merge, graphics, and Web pages. Prepares completers to use Word in personal
touch system and gain training in keyboarding test techniques.                              and business settings and for the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification.
Prerequisite: OFTEC 111. Designed to improve skill beyond that achieved in OFTEC 111.       Prerequisite: CMPTR 150 and keyboarding by touch, or permission of instructor.
8:26a- 9:50a        MWF        Brem-TEC 200              Sindel L           3cr 2396        10:00a-12:15p       TTh       Shel-OCS 107              Ledgerwood A 4cr 7257
8:26a- 9:50a        MWF        Brem-TEC 201              Bermea N           3cr 2397        5:00p- 7:15p        TTh       Shel-OCS 107              Cunningham E 4cr 7258
5:00p- 7:15p        TTh        Brem-TEC 200              Bermea N           3cr 2398        Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses          $32 Bermea N             4cr 2416
10:00a-11:24a       MWF        Poul-OCP 108              Salas J            3cr 8268         OFTEC 152         MS ExCEL SPECIALIST
10:00a-12:15p       TTh        Shel-OCS 107              Ledgerwood A 3cr 7251              Comprehensive approach to learning current release of MS Excel in Windows
5:00p- 7:15p        TTh        Shel-OCS 107              Cunningham E 3cr 7252              environment. Topics include formulas, logical functions, building charts, hyperlinks,
 OFTEC 118         ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATION                                                 graphics, formatting, and managing data. Prepares completers to use Excel in
A concentrated course on writing effective E-mail and using instant messaging,              personal and business settings and take the MS Excel Specialist exam.
understanding confidentiality and legal aspects, and using professional English to          Prerequisite: CMPTR 150.
write, edit, and proofread before hitting “send”.                                           11:30a-12:54p       MWF         Brem-TEC 200                Sindel L          4cr 2420
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses             $16 Hudson T            2cr 2399       10:00a-12:15p       TTh         Shel-OCS 107                Ledgerwood A      4cr 7261
                                                                                            5:00p- 7:15p        TTh         Shel-OCS 107                Cunningham E      4cr 7262
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                OFTEC 156         BUSINESS ENGLISH                                                          OLRM 150            IMPROvING HUMAN EFFECTIvENESS
               A business-centered approach to improving writing skills by reviewing grammar,              Organizational performers are clear on their strengths and how they can be used
               language usage, structure, English mechanics, editing, proofreading, and spelling.          in personal/professional settings. Explores how strengths can create a fulfilling
               Prerequisite: Assessment test at college level reading and writing or ENGL 099.             career and life.
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $40 Hudson T          5cr 2424       8:00a- 4:30p FSa 10/9-10/10 Brem-HUM 108              Yergler J      2cr 2465
                                                                                                             Students must complete Strength Assessment located in textbook before first day of class.
                OFTEC 162         GENERAL OFFICE PROCEDURES
               Introduction to the office environment, receptionist duties, equipment and supply            OLRM 197            LEADERSHIP PRACTICUM
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               control, bank services, payroll procedures, mail and resume/job hunting skills.             A practical application in the working world of the basic theories studied in the
                                                                                                           above program or discipline.
               Prerequisite: CMPTR 150 and OFTEC 110 or equivalent skills with permission of instructor.
               7:25p- 9:40p        TTh       Brem-TEC 212 (ITV) $30 Bermea N                 4cr 2427      ARR                   ARR     ARR               Yergler J                               3cr 2467
               7:25p- 9:40p        TTh       Poul-OCP 110 (ITV) $30 Bermea N                 4cr 8273       OLRM 201            INTRO TO ORGANIzATIONAL LEADERSHIP                                      CE
               7:25p- 9:40p        TTh       Shel-TJL 120 (ITV) $30 Bermea N                 4cr 7259      Leadership within organizations, history of leadership studies, leadership theories, case
                                                                                                           studies, vision, understanding relationships of leadership, motivation, and power.
                OFTEC 170         RECORDS AND DATABASE MANAGEMENT
               The principles and practices of records storage and retrieval using manual and
                                                                                                           Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Bolton K                                   5cr 2470
               automated database systems; includes ARMA rules and introduction to Access.                  OLRM 202        INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIzATIONAL ETHICS                                       CE
               Prerequisite: CMPTR 150, keyboarding proficiency at 25 wam, or permission of instructor.    Understanding the correlation between leadership/management practice and the
               5:00p- 7:15p        W         Brem-TEC 111 (ITV/HYBD) Bermea N              5cr 2430        reflectiveness of moral philosophy, applying ethical decision making model to ethical
               5:00p- 7:15p        W         Poul-OCP 110 (ITV/HYBD) Bermea N              5cr 8274        dilemmas.
               5:00p- 7:15p        W         Shel-TJL 116 (ITV/HYBD) Bermea N              5cr 7263        Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Stiff D                                    5cr 2472
                OFTEC 175         LEGAL TERMINOLOGy                                                         OLRM 220        HUMAN RELATIONS IN THE WORKPLACE
               A study of legal terminology including definitions, spelling, citations, and correct        The study of interactions between people at the workplace. Focus on developing
               usage in legal communications and case law.                                                 skills to work effectively as a team member and part of an organization.
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Hudson T                        5cr 2432       8:00a- 9:20a        TTh      Brem-BUS 201                          Yergler J            3cr   2479
                                                                                                           8:00a- 9:20a        MW       Brem-BUS 106                          Yergler J            3cr   2478
                OFTEC 214       ADvANCED OFFICE APPLICATIONS                                               5:00p- 6:25p        MW       Brem-HUM 109                          Adams B              3cr   2483
               Integration of business-standard software skills focusing on MS Office Suite.               1:00p- 3:50p        W        Shel-OCS 118                          McNabb D             3cr   7270
               Emphasis is on problem solving, collaboration, and independent thinking.                    USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $24             Bolton K             3cr   2474
               Prerequisite: OFTEC 141, OFTEC 152, and OFTEC 170 or CMPTR 154, keyboarding                 USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $24             Bolton K             3cr   2475
               proficiency at 45+ NWAM or permission of instructor.
               10:00a-11:24a       MWF       Poul-OCP 108 (HYBD)      Salas J         4cr 8276              OLRM 225            HUMAN RELATIONS IN ORGANIzATIONS
               10:00a-12:15p       TTh       Shel-OCS 107             Ledgerwood A 4cr 7264                The study of interactions between people in organizational settings. Focuses on
                                                                                                           developing skills to communicate effectively with other people as an individual, group,
               5:00p- 7:15p        TTh       Shel-OCS 107             Cunningham E 4cr 7265
                                                                                                           and a team member including verbal, non-verbal language, and listening skills.
                OFTEC 226         BUSINESS TAxATION                                                        10:00a-12:15p         TTh          Brem-BUS 105                    Yergler J            5cr 2486
               Study of Federal income taxation and Washington State business taxation and its
               application to individuals and business entities.                                            OLRM 250            ORGANIzATIONAL COMMUNICATION                                              CE
                                                                                                           Presents concepts of organizational communication based on a competency-
               Prerequisite: OFTEC 121 or ACCT& 201.
                                                                                                           based approach incorporating personal knowledge, interpersonal sensitivity,
               1:00p- 3:15p        MW        Brem-HL 110 (ITV)            Drzewiecki E      5cr 2434       communications skills, and ethical values.
               1:00p- 3:15p        MW        Poul-OCP 109 (ITV)           Drzewiecki E      5cr 8280
               1:00p- 3:15p        MW        Shel-PB 003 (ITV)            Drzewiecki E      5cr 7266       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                     $40 Yergler J              5cr 2477
                OFTEC 256         BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE                                                   OLRM 260            CONFLICT RESOLUTION                                                       CE
               Effective composition for business of letters, memos, and reports. Includes writing         Provides the knowledge and practice to master the skills necessary to manage
               style, tone, grammar, punctuation, and vocabulary. Recommended for all business             conflict, encourage cooperation, and create workable solutions.
               administration and office technology students.                                              Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $40 Yergler J                                  5cr 2488
               Prerequisite: OFTEC 156, ENGL 100, or permission of instructor; keyboarding ability.                                    parent education
               5:00p- 7:15p        M         Brem-TEC 111 (ITV/HYBD) Hudson T             5cr 2436
               5:00p- 7:15p        M         Poul-OCP 110 (ITV/HYBD) Hudson T             5cr 8282          PARED 100           CHILD GUIDANCE & DEvELOPMENT
               5:00p- 7:15p        M         Shel-TJL 116 (ITV/HYBD) Hudson T             5cr 7267         Group discussions, internet research and instructor guidance, about child growth
                                                                                                           and development, guidance and discipline, and building family relationships.
                 organizational leadership/resource management                                             (Pass/No Credit)
                OLRM 105          APPRECIATING DIvERSITy                                            CE     Prerequisite: Child must be enrolled in the OC Child Development and Family Center.
               Explores the various dimensions of diversity (gender, race, culture, etc.); fosters         Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $8 Kluge B           1cr 3645
               appreciation for the value of diversity in our living, learning and working                  PARED 101           CHILD GUIDANCE & DEvELOPMENT-ExTENDED
               communities. (Pass/No Credit)                                                               Group discussions, internet research and instructor guidance, about child growth
               8:30a- 5:30p        Sa 11/14 Brem-BUS 200     Yergler J                      1cr 2462       and development, guidance and discipline, and building family relationships.
                                                                                                           Additional focus on child guidance is explored in this course. (Pass/No Credit)
                OLRM 110          APPRENTICESHIP CAREER PLANNING
               Provides a formula for building an effective career plan, particularly for professional-    Prerequisite: Must have child of preschool age or instructor permission.
               technical students focused on entry into an apprenticeship program.                         Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $16 Kluge B                      2cr 3647
               8:30a- 5:30p        Sa 10/24 Brem-BUS 201                  Bolton K          3cr 2463




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 PARED 115          PARENT EDUCATION COOPERATIvES                                       CE     PE-ED 110         BASIC FIRST AID
Parents learn about child development and positive guidance from instructor, class            Basic First Aid using American Red Cross (ARC) Standards. (Pass/No Credit)
discussions, or other activities. Topics selected based on individual needs/ages of           8:00a- 4:00p         Su 9/27     Brem-BUS 101             $9   Jahnke B            1cr   5130
children. (Pass/No/Credit)                                                                    8:00a- 4:00p         Su 10/4     Brem-BUS 101             $9   Pond J              1cr   5133
Prerequisite: Child enrolled in OC Parent Child Co-Op Preschool or OC Child Care or           8:00a- 4:00p         Su 10/25    Brem-BUS 101             $9   Jahnke B            1cr   5134
permission of instructor.                                                                     8:00a- 4:00p         Su 11/1     Brem-BUS 101             $9   Pond J              1cr   5136
Belfair Preschool                                           Logan K           2cr 3650        8:00a- 4:00p         Su 11/15    Brem-BUS 101             $9   Pond J              1cr   5138




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Hansville                                                   Pitroff M         2cr 3652        8:00a- 4:00p         Su 10/18    Poul-OCP 119             $9   Blackwood W         1cr   8504
Island Preschool                                            Richardson M 2cr 3654              PE-ED 125         SPORTS PSyCHOLOGy
Kingston Preschool                                          Manos D           2cr 3658        Introduction to applied strategies of sport and exercise psychology. Techniques
Poulsbo CO-OP Preschool                                     Mangold S         2cr 3662        such as goal setting, imagery, and self talk will be discussed as a means to increase
South Colby Preschool                                       Brown E           2cr 3665        performance.
Shelton Co-op Preschool          Shel-OCS 123               TBA               2cr 3673        10:00a-11:20a        TTh         Brem-ART 103                  MacKenzie M         3cr 5140
Shelton Co-op Preschool          Shel-OCS 123               TBA               2cr 3674
                                                                                                         phYsical education—fitness and sports
                                    philosophY
                                                                                               Some of the courses listed below have a 100-level and a 200-level course
 PHIL& 101          INTRO TO PHILOSOPHy                                               H/SS     number. Register for the 100-level the first time you take the course. To take
Introduction to philosophical questions that deal with rational inquiry in the various         the course again for additional credit, register for the 200-level.
areas of philosophical study: metaphysics, epistomology, ethics, religion, and other
                                                                                               PEFSP 106/206 GOLF
areas. (Formerly PHILO 101)
                                                                                              The fundamental skills of golf, proper equipment usage, etiquette, and rules
10:00a-12:15p      TTh       Brem-HUM 106                      Jokhi D          5cr 3680      necessary to play golf as a recreational sport. (Students pay for balls at site.)
1:00p- 3:15p       TTh       Shel-TJL 121                      Beck S           5cr 7375      5:00p- 6:40p       TTh         Gold Mountain Golf Course Naff T            1cr
Telecourse - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses               $30 Jokhi D          5cr 3682        Use item # 5202 for PEFSP 106; use item # 5203 for PEFSP 206
  Required orientation: 4:00p-5:00p Monday, Sept. 21, in HL 114
                                                                                               PEFSP 109/209 SELF DEFENSE
 PHIL& 106          INTRO TO LOGIC                                                NS/SS       The fundamental skills necessary to defend yourself and/or others in the event you
Introduction to symbolic logic, emphasizing the relationship of Logic to language,            are confronted by an attacker/assailant.
and the analysis and evaluation of arguments. (Formerly PHILO 120)                            11:00a-11:50a      TTh       Brem-PED 001          $5 Edgar R                      1cr
1:00p- 3:15p          TTh          Brem-HUM 108                   Jokhi D       5cr 3683        Use item # 5206 for PEFSP 109; use item # 5207 for PEFSP 209
 PHIL 240           INTRO TO ETHICS                                                   H/SS     PEFSP 110/210 KARATE
Examine the development of moral philosophy, representing a broad range of some               The fundamental skills of karate and develop an understanding of karate as an
of the key ideas and thinkers as they have come to influence moral and ethical                art form.
choices. (Formerly PHILO 240)                                                                 10:00a-10:50a      TTh       Brem-PED 001          $5 Edgar R                      1cr
4:45p- 7:00p       TTh      Naval Hospital Bremerton TBA             5cr 6269                   Use item # 5214 for PEFSP 110; use item # 5215 for PEFSP 210
  Contact OC at Naval Hospital Bremerton for civilian access 360.377.8178.
                                                                                               PEFSP 111/211 TAI CHI
                   phYsical education—education                                               An introduction to the study of Tai Chi focusing on the philosophy and postures
                                                                                              of this martial art.
 PE-ED 104          HEALTH SCIENCE                                                      SS    9:00a- 9:50a       TTh       Brem-PED 001              Edgar R                     1cr
Survey course of health issues: emotional and physical health topics, drug abuse,               Use item # 5217 for PEFSP 111; use item # 5218 for PEFSP 211
lifestyle diseases, sexuality issues, consumerism, environmental/occupational health,
                                                                                               PEFSP 120/220 SCUBA DIvING
and death and dying.
                                                                                              The skills and knowledge of SCUBA diving necessary for safe diving in local or
7:25p- 9:15p          T            Brem-ST 127 (ITV)              Dominy M      2cr 5100      tropical waters. Certification arrangements may be made upon satisfactory course
7:25p- 9:15p          T            Poul-OCP 109 (ITV)             Dominy M      2cr 8500      performance.
7:25p- 9:15p          T            Shel-TJL 116 (ITV)             Dominy M      2cr 7440
                                                                                              Prerequisite: 16 years of age and pass swimming test.
 PE-ED 105          COLLEGE FIRST AID AND COMMUNITy CPR                                       6:00p- 8:00p        W           Brem-Rotunda        $25 Pentz G                    2cr
Study of prevention of heart disease and practical skills leading to First Aid & CPR            Use item # 5220 for PEFSP 120; use item # 5222 for PEFSP 220
certifications. Students engage in writing and oral presentation projects.                      and 8:00p-10:00p M at Glen Jarstad Aquatic Center, 50 Magnuson Way, Bremerton. Required
10:00a-10:50a         MWF          Brem-BUS 101              $9 Pond J          3cr 5107        books and extra equipment are needed. Please go to www.sounddivecenter.com/olympiccollege.php
                                                                                                for additional fees.
 PE-ED 109          BASIC CPR
Basic Adult CPR using American Red Cross (ARC) Standards. (Pass/No Credit)                     PEFSP 128/228 BASKETBALL
8:00a- 4:00p          Sa 9/26      Brem-BUS 101              $9   Jahnke B      1cr    5120   The fundamental skills of basketball, team strategies of offense and defense and
8:00a- 4:00p          Sa 10/3      Brem-BUS 101              $9   Pond J        1cr    5123   rules necessary to play basketball as a recreational sport. (Pass/No Credit)
8:00a- 4:00p          Sa 10/24     Brem-BUS 101              $9   Jahnke B      1cr    5124   9:00a- 9:50a       MTThF Brem-BSC 101              $5 Felker P                     2cr
8:00a- 4:00p          Sa 10/31     Brem-BUS 101              $9   Pond J        1cr    5126     Use item # 5226 for PEFSP 128; use item # 5227 for PEFSP 228
8:00a- 4:00p          Sa 11/14     Brem-BUS 101              $9   Pond J        1cr    5128    PEFSP 132/232 vOLLEyBALL
8:00a- 4:00p          Sa 10/17     Poul-OCP 119              $9   Blackwood W   1cr    8502   The fundamental skills of volleyball, offenses, defenses, and rules necessary to play
                                                                                              volleyball as a recreational sport.
                                                                                              12:00p-12:50p      MTThF Brem-BSC 101              $5 Mackie M                     2cr
                                                                                                Use item # 5233 for PEFSP 132; use item # 5235 for PEFSP 232




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                PEFSP 140         BEGINNING yOGA                                                            PEFSP 187           BEGINNING WEIGHT TRAINING
               Introduction to the theory and practice of yoga as a form of exercise, relaxation and       Introduction to the basic principles of weight training. Learn how to use both
               improved posture. Help provide a foundation for sound physical and emotional                selected machines and free weights, as well as learn how to incorporate them into
               health.                                                                                     a comprehensive workout program.
               8:00a- 9:40a        MW     Brem-PED 003                $5 Sheets K           2cr 5240       9:00a- 9:50a  MTThF Brem-PED 002    $5 MacKenzie M                                       2cr 5350
               8:00a- 9:40a        TTh    Brem-PED 003                $5 Sheets K           2cr 5243        PEFSP 189/289 ADvANCED WEIGHT TRAINING
               5:00p- 6:40p        MW     Brem-PED 003                $5 Sheets K           2cr 5246       Advanced strength training techniques; primarily utilize free weights, including
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                PEFSP 142         INTERMEDIATE yOGA                                                        Olympic platforms, with an emphasis on strength improvement.
               Further exploration into the practice of yoga. Additional postures and exercises designed   8:00a- 8:50a          MTThF        Brem-PED 002               $5 MacKenzie M             3cr
               to achieve strength, flexibility, and proper body alignment will be presented.                and 8:00a- 8:50a W Brem-HOC 139
               10:00a-11:40a TTh    Brem-PED 003                      $5 Land C             2cr 5247         Use item # 5352 for PEFSP 189; use item # 5354 for PEFSP 289
                PEFSP 145/245 AEROBIC FITNESS                                                                        phYsical education—recreation & dance
               Explores the concepts of improving aerobic fitness and function. Uses vigorous               Some of the courses listed below have a 100-level and a 200-level course
               exercise (including running, jumping, aerobic dance, step, bike, and outdoor exercise)       number. Register for the 100-level the first time you take the course. To take
               and related assignments.                                                                     the course again for additional credit, register for the 200-level.
               7:00a- 7:50a       MTThF Brem-PED 003              $5 LangAnderson           2cr
                 Use item # 5250 for PEFSP 145; use item # 5251 for PEFSP 245                               PE-RD 143/243 JAzz DANCE                                                                      H/SP
                                                                                                           The history and culture of Jazz dance, basic choreography and isolation technique,
                PEFSP 153/253 FAST FITNESS                                                          CE     musical phrasing, and biomechanics for Jazz technique.
               Self-paced fitness class incorporating both resistance training and cardiovascular          12:00p-12:50p      MW        Brem-PED 001          $5 Lau D                              1cr
               exercise.                                                                                     Use item # 5184 for PE-RD 143; use item # 5185 for PE-RD 243
               PEFSP 153          ARR        Brem-PED 002 (HYBD) $5 MacKenzie M        2cr 5260
               PEFSP 153          ARR        Brem-PED 002 (HYBD) $5 MacKenzie M        2cr 5266             PE-RD 147/247 BALLROOM/SWING DANCE
                                                                                                           The history and cultural background in the Foxtrot, Waltz, Swing, Rumba, Cha-
               PEFSP 253          ARR        Brem-PED 002 (HYBD) $5 MacKenzie M        2cr 5262
                                                                                                           Cha, Samba, and Tango dances. Students will also study technique, choreography,
                 Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses.                                                 postural development/body placement, and terminology.
                PEFSP 160/260 vARSITy TEAM—FASTPITCH                                                       7:25p- 9:15p      M          Brem-PED 001              Deeter J         1cr
               Theory and conditioning for offensive and defensive team play necessary for successful        Monday evening: Use item # 5190 for PE-RD 147; use item # 5192 for PE-RD 247
               competitive fastpitch. For students participating in the Fastpitch team.                    7:25p- 9:15p      Th         Brem-PED 001              Forrester D      1cr
               Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                                                       Thursday evening: Use item # 5194 for PE-RD 147; use item # 5196 for PE-RD 247
               ARR                  ARR         ARR                   Cabato J              2cr             PE-RD 170 BACKPACKING AND SURvIvAL
                 Use item # 5300 for PEFSP 160; use item # 5301 for PEFSP 260                              Explore topics related to camping, travel and survival techniques in the outdoors.
                PEFSP 161/261 vARSITy TEAM—vOLLEyBALL                                                      Includes a minimum of 6 hiking/backpacking field trips.
               Theory and conditioning for offensive and defensive team play necessary for                 7:25p- 9:15p          Th           Brem-ART 103               $5 Hendrickson M           3cr 5197
               successful competitive volleyball. For students on Varsity Volleyball.                        Additional hours required, scheduled on Saturdays and Sundays at an arranged time/location.
               Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                                                       Students must attend first night of class/lecture to remain enrolled in the course.
               ARR                  ARR         ARR                   Makaiwi K             2cr             PE-RD 175           BASIC ROCK CLIMBING
                 Use item # 5304 for PEFSP 161; use item # 5305 for PEFSP 261                              Explore topics related to technical (5th class) rock-climbing. Includes 20 hours of
                PEFSP 162/262 vARSITy TEAM—BASEBALL                                                        activity, in a structured rock-climbing environment.
               Theory and conditioning for offensive and defensive team play necessary for                 7:00p- 9:00p          W            Brem-PED 001              $40 Albro B                 1cr 5198
               successful competitive baseball. For students on Varsity Baseball.                            Additional hours required, scheduled on Saturdays and Sundays at an arranged time/location.
               Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                                                       Students must contact instructor (Brad Albro at Vertical World 360.373.6676) before the first day of
               ARR                  ARR         Legion Field - Sheridan Parker R            2cr              class (7:00p-9:00p Wed., Sept. 23rd)
                 Use item # 5302 for PEFSP 162; use item # 5303 for PEFSP 262                                                     phYsical therapist assistant
                PEFSP 165/265 vARSITy TEAM—SOCCER                                                           Classes meet at Poulsbo Village, 19351 - 8th Ave. NE, Suite 200, Poulsbo.
               Theory and conditioning for offensive and defensive team play necessary for                  Phone: 360.779.4026.
               successful competitive soccer. For students on Varsity Soccer.                               PTA 101             INTRODUCTION TO PHySICAL THERAPy
               Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                                                     An introduction to the profession of physical therapy. Content includes: history
               ARR                  ARR         ARR                   Lowry R               2cr            of physical therapy, professional conduct, role of the PTA, communication skills
                 Use item # 5310 for PEFSP 165; use item # 5311 for PEFSP 265                              and psycho-social aspects of practice.
                PEFSP 175/275 JOGGING/AEROBICS                                                             Prerequisite: Admission into the Physical Therapist Assistant program.
               Exploration of concepts of improving lifetime aerobic fitness. Jog a variety of             9:00a- 9:50a         MW         PTA 002 (HYBD)              Bartlett L                   2cr 8602
               distances and courses with sufficient stimulus to produce aerobic fitness.                   PTA 102           MEDICAL TERMINOLOGy FOR PTA
               12:00p-12:50p      MTWTh Brem-PED 003                  MacKenzie M           2cr            An in-depth introduction to medical terminology. Each body system will be
                 Use item # 5316 for PEFSP 175; use item # 5317 for PEFSP 275                              examined individually.
                PEFSP 178/278 AEROBIC WALKING                                                              Prerequisite: Admission into the PTA program.
               Exploration of concepts of improving lifetime aerobic fitness. Walk a variety of            9:00a- 9:50a         TTh        PTA 003 (HYBD) Mimaki S                                  2cr 8604
               distances and courses with sufficient stimulus to produce aerobic fitness.                   PTA 106           KINESIOLOGy AND FUNCTIONAL ANATOMy
               12:00p-12:50p      MTWTh Brem-PED 003                  MacKenzie M           2cr            A study of movement emphasizing functional components of the musculoskeletal
                 Use item # 5330 for PEFSP 178; use item # 5333 for PEFSP 278                              and neuromuscular systems with a two hour palpation lab.
                                                                                                           Prerequisite: Admission to the Physical Therapist Assistant Program.
                                                                                                           11:00a-11:50a        DAILY      PTA 002 (HYBD)               Bartlett L                  6cr 8608
                                                                                                             and 9:00a-11:00a F PTA 002

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 PTA 120           PTA PROCEDURES I-BASIC SKILLS                                              POLS& 202          AMERICAN GOvERNMENT                                                        SS
The course provides an introduction to basic skills used in physical therapy.                Development, structure, and role of U.S. Government, with attention to democratic
Prerequisite: Admission into the Physical Therapist Assistant Program.                       traditions. Constitutionalism, federalism, civil liberties, political parties, and
10:00a-10:50a        MTWTh PTA 003 (HYBD)              $35 Mimaki S           6cr 8614       propaganda. (Formerly POL-S 210)
                                                                                             8:00a- 8:50a       DAILY      Brem-BUS 105                     Kali J                5cr 3704
 PTA 251           CLINICAL AFFILIATION I
Terminal clinical education experience. Students will be placed in clinical facilities
                                                                                             10:00a-12:15p      TTh        Poul-OCP 105                     Torrens V             5cr 8385
for 5 weeks, 8 hours daily. 210 total hours of clinical education will be fulfilled          Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                   $40 Toren D               5cr 3706




                                                                                                                                                                                                  fall classes
under direct supervision of a physical therapist.                                                                            practical nursing
Prerequisite: All prior Physical Therapist Assistant courses with a passing grade and
successful passing of lab practical exit exam.                                                Formal admission to the Practical Nursing (PN) program is required for all
                                                                                              courses in the PN program. Application deadline is August 17 of each year
ARR                   ARR         ARR (HYBD)                  Mimaki S          7cr 8620      for the following Spring Quarter admissions process. Information sessions
 PTA 252             CLINICAL AFFILIATION II                                                  are held each quarter for the Nursing Programs. Additional information is
Final terminal clinical education experience. Will be fulfilled under direct                  located at www.olympic.edu/healthoccupations or call 360.394.2760.
supervision of a physical therapist.                                                          Current Practical Nursing students: Nursing program will give you a list of
                                                                                              courses to register for each quarter.
Prerequisite: All prior Physical Therapist Assistant courses with a passing grade.
ARR                   ARR         ARR (HYBD)                  Bartlett L        7cr 8622                                           psYchologY
                                        phYsics
                                                                                              PSyC& 100          GENERAL PSyCHOLOGy                                                         SS
 PHyS 110          INTRODUCTION TO PHySICS                                           NS      Survey of basic topics in psychology including methods, biological basis of behavior,
Metric System, Velocity and Acceleration, Vector’s, Newton’s Laws, Work and                  sensation, perceptions, learning, memory, motivation, emotion, and clinical
Energy, Momentum, Rotational Motion.                                                         psychology. (Formerly PSYCH 101)
Prerequisite: MATH 099 with a grade of 2.0 or above, or concurrent enrollment in MATH        7:00a- 7:50a          DAILY        Brem-ART 103                   Dunlap D           5cr      3732
099 with permission of instructor.                                                           8:00a- 8:50a          DAILY        Brem-ART 103 (HYBD)            Holbrook T         5cr      3733
10:00a-10:50a       DAILY       Brem-ST 203        $15 Clemen L            6cr 4905          8:26a- 9:50a          MWF          Brem-Rotunda (HYBD)            Barker C           5cr      3734
  and 1:00p- 2:50p W Brem-ST 222 - Lab                                                       10:00a-11:24a         MWF          Brem-Rotunda (HYBD)            Barker C           5cr      3735
                                                                                             4:45p- 7:00p          MW           Naval Hospital Bremerton       Haarstick K        5cr      6271
10:00a-10:50a       DAILY       Brem-ST 203           $15 Clemen L            6cr 4907         Contact OC at Naval Hospital Bremerton for civilian access 360.377.8178.
  and 3:00p- 4:50p W Brem-ST 222 - Lab
                                                                                             1:00p- 3:15p        TTh      Poul-OCP 119                         Haarstick K        5cr      8387
 PHyS 114          GENERAL PHySICS                                                   NS      8:00a-12:00p        Sa       Poul-OCP 220 (HYBD)                  Gibson W           5cr      8386
Mechanics: fundamental quantities, Vectors, one and two dimensional motion,                  1:00p- 3:15p        MW       Shel-PB 002                          Sandler J          5cr      7385
statics, Newton’s Laws, gravitation, work and energy, impulse and momentum, and              Telecourse - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses    $30               Toren D            5cr      3737
rotational motion. (Formerly PHYS& 121 & PHYS 131)                                             Required orientation: 3:00p-4:00p Monday, Sept. 21, in HL 114
Prerequisite: MATH& 141 with a grade of 2.0 or above.                                        Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                          Barker C           5cr      3738
10:00a-10:50a      DAILY      Brem-ST 201          $15 Hess L                 6cr 4909       Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                          Barker C           5cr      3739
  and 12:00p- 1:50p M Brem-ST 222 - Lab                                                      Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                          Barker C           5cr      3740
10:00a-10:50a       DAILY       Brem-ST 201           $15 Hess L              6cr 4911       USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $70            Toren D            5cr      3730
  and 2:00p- 3:50p M Brem-ST 222 - Lab                                                       USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $70            Toren D            5cr      3731
                                                                                               Item# 3730: 9/21 through 12/9; Item# 3731: 10/5 through 12/9
 PHyS 254          ENGINEERING PHySICS                                               NS        USB Drives distributed during orientation session: 1:00p Monday, Sept. 21 in Brem-HUM 103
Mechanics: fundamental units, vectors, statics, laws of kinematics, linear and
rotational motion, work, energy, momentum, impulse, equilibrium, inertia, and                 PSyC 102           PSyCHOLOGy OF ADJUSTMENT                                                   SS
rocket propulsion. (Formerly PHYS& 221 & PHYS& 231)                                          Systematic presentation of scientific psychological principles and procedures for the
Prerequisite: MATH& 163 and PHYS 110 with a grade of 2.0 or above.                           resolution of human problems and relationships. (Formerly PSYCH 102)
9:00a- 9:50a       DAILY     Brem-ST 201         $15 Hess L                   6cr 4915       11:30a-12:54p         MWF          Brem-HUM 117                   Toren D            5cr 3746
  and 12:00p- 1:50p T Brem-ST 222 - Lab                                                       PSyC& 200          LIFESPAN PSyCHOLOGy                                                        SS
9:00a- 9:50a        DAILY       Brem-ST 201           $15 Hess L              6cr 4917       Introduces the development of different stages in physical, cognitive, personality,
  and 2:00p- 3:50p T Brem-ST 222 - Lab                                                       and socio-emotional changes over the life span. (Formerly PSYCH 224)
                                                                                             1:00p- 3:15p       MW         Brem-HUM 105                     Dunlap D              5cr 3741
                               political science                                             Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                   $40 Sandler J             5cr 3742
 POLS& 101         INTRO POLITICAL SCIENCE                                            SS      PSyC& 220          ABNORMAL PSyCHOLOGy                                                        SS
Introduction to the principles and problems of the study of politics and government          A survey of psychopathology, specifically a study of abnormal human behavior, its
with focus on history and philosophy and systems used in the field. (Formerly                description and explanation from several theoretical perspectives and an overview
POL-S 101)                                                                                   of therapies to modify abnormal behavior. (Formerly PSYCH 240)
10:00a-11:24a       MWF      Brem-HUM 103                  Toren D            5cr   3700     1:00p- 3:15p          TTh          Brem-HUM 106                   Sandler J          5cr 3744
11:30a-12:54p       MWF      Brem-TEC 111 (ITV)            Kali J             5cr   3701
5:00p- 7:15p        MW       Brem-HUM 103                  Toren D            5cr   3702      PSyC 260           INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL PSyCH                                             SS
11:30a-12:54p       MWF      Shel-TJL 116 (ITV)            Kali J             5cr   7380     An introduction to professional issues in clinical and counseling psychology and
                                                                                             major therapeutic techniques used in the professions. (Formerly PSYCH 260)
 POLS 175          POLITICS AND LITERATURE                                           SS      Prerequisite: Either PSYC& 100 or SOC& 101 or instructor’s approval.
An examination of the central issues and concepts of politics through the perspective
provided by great literature. Included will be the questions of authority, responsibility,
                                                                                             Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses            $40 Toren D                      5cr 3748
freedom, and power. (Same as HUMAN 175) (Formerly POL-S 175)
1:00p- 3:15p        M           Brem-ENG 115A (HYBD) Hong N                   5cr 3710


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                                                         science                                                                                             spanish
                SCI 100            INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE                                                   NS      SPAN& 121          SPANISH I                                                            H
               Overview of sciences taught at Olympic College. Basic concepts of the scientific                     Deals with principles of pronunciation and with elementary vocabulary and
               method, chemistry, biology, physics, and evolution will be covered. Intended for                     grammar structures for immediate basic communication. Explores geographical
               students with little or no science background.                                                       and cultural aspects of Spanish speaking countries.
               Prerequisite: MATH 094 and ENGL 099 or equivalent as determined by appropriate                       (Formerly FLSPN 101)
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               placement test scores.                                                                               9:00a- 9:50a        DAILY    Brem-HUM 102                     TBA               5cr   3851
               8:00a- 8:50a        DAILY    Brem-ST 201                Galbreath C     5cr 4923                     10:00a-10:50a       DAILY    Brem-HUM 102                     TBA               5cr   3852
               8:30a- 9:54a        MWF      Poul-OCP 105 (ITV)         TBA             5cr 8430                     11:30a-12:54p       MWF      Brem-HUM 107                     TBA               5cr   3853
               5:00p- 7:15p        TTh      Poul-OCP 219               TBA             5cr 8431                     5:00p- 7:15p        TTh      Brem-HUM 107                     Waisman A         5cr   3854
               8:30a- 9:54a        MWF      Shel-TJL 120 (ITV)         TBA             5cr 7460                     5:00p- 7:15p        TTh      Poul-OCP 119                     TBA               5cr   8395
                                                                                                                    3:30p- 4:55p        MWF      Shel-TJL 121                     TBA               5cr   7390
                                                     sociologY                                                      Telecourse - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses              $30 Waisman A         5cr   3855
                                                                                                                      Required orientation: 4:00p-5:00p Monday, Sept. 21, in HL 110
                SOC& 101           INTRO TO SOCIOLOGy                                                         SS
               Introduces the subject matter, theories and methods of sociology. Focuses on the                      SPAN& 123          SPANISH III                                                          H
               interaction between the individual and the social milieu. (Formerly SOCIO 101)                       Deals with upper basic vocabulary and grammar structures for conversational
               8:00a- 8:50a        DAILY     Brem-BUS 101                       Thompson L          5cr      3808   purposes. Explores linguistic, geographical, and cultural aspects and differences of
               9:00a- 9:50a        DAILY     Brem-BUS 105                       Baldwin K           5cr      3803   the Spanish speaking countries and peoples. (Formerly FLSPN 103)
               1:00p- 3:15p        TTh       Brem-HUM 102                       TBA                 5cr      3805   Prerequisite: SPAN& 122 or equivalent.
               7:25p- 9:40p        MW        Brem-HUM 105 (ITV)                 Adams S A           5cr      3806   1:00p- 3:15p        TTh       Brem-HUM 107                        Waisman A     5cr 3856
               11:30a-12:54p       MW        Poul-OCP 105 (ITV/HYBD)            Thompson J          5cr      8391                                         speech
               7:25p- 9:40p        MW        Poul-OCP 105 (ITV)                 Adams S A           5cr      8392
               11:30a-12:54p       MW        Shel-TJL 111 (ITV/HYBD)            Thompson J          5cr      7386    See Communication Studies section.
               7:25p- 9:40p        MW        Shel-TJL 120 (ITV)                 Adams S A           5cr      7387                                    technical design
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $40           Cohen M             5cr      3807
               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $70           Barker C            5cr      3800    TEC-D 107          TECHNICAL DRAWING
               USB Drive Course - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses $70           Barker C            5cr      3801   A beginning drawing course teaching both introductory hand drawing and
                 USB Drives distributed during orientation session: 4:00p Monday, Sept. 21 in Brem-HUM 103          computer drawing skills. Concepts taught include: care and use of instruments,
                                                                                                                    linetypes, sketching, numbering of planes, lettering and linework, orthographic
                SOC 109            FAMILy ABUSE AND NEGLECT                                                   SS    projection, primary and secondary auxiliary projections, introduction to descriptive
               Focuses on sociological theories, research, cause and effect of family violence, abuse               geometry, isometric drawing and isometric sections, orthographic sections, and an
               and neglect, with special emphasis on prevention. (Formerly SOCIO 109)                               introduction to the theory of dimensioning.
               5:00p- 7:50p         W      Brem-BUS 105                         Siler J             3cr 3815        Prerequisite: Students must have appropriate manual drafting tools and access to an
                SOC 125            SOCIOLOGy OF AGING                                                    SS         Olympic College computer using AutoCAD software.
               An introductory course on aging focusing particularly on the social and emotional                    2:00p- 4:50p         TTh       Brem-SHP 115        $30 Raty R              4cr 2500
               dimensions of the aging process. (Formerly SOCIO 125)                                                 TEC-D 116         COMPUTATIONAL TECHNIQUES/TECHNICIANS
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                  $40 Cohen M                5cr 3820        Use of hand calculators and electronic spreadsheets in the solution of technical
                SOC 135         THE FAMILy                                                               SS         calculations. Emphasizes use of calculation aids for algebraic, geometric, and trig,
               Examines structural and personal change factors in families in Western and non-                      power, complex, interactive and repetitive calculations.
               Western countries. (Formerly SOCIO 135)                                                              7:20p-10:00p         TTh    Brem-SHP 115                  $15 Van Wyk S         4cr 2502
               10:00a-10:50a        DAILY   Brem-ENG 115A           Baldwin K                       5cr 3810         TEC-D 150          INTRODUCTION TO GIS
               1:00p- 3:15p         MW      Poul-OCP 105 (ITV/HYBD) Thompson J                      5cr 8394        An overview of GIS and its applications, plus hands-on projects forming data
               1:00p- 3:15p         MW      Shel-TJL 111 (ITV/HYBD) Thompson J                      5cr 7389        relationships displayed in map or graphical formats.
                SOC& 201           SOCIAL PROBLEMS                                                       SS         Prerequisite: None (Equivalent to material offered in TEC-D 136, 137, 138, and 139 courses).
               Students are asked to consider the value of studying social problems from a                          5:00p- 7:15p          TTh         Brem-SHP 114            $15 Kulish M           4cr 2504
               sociological perspective. (Formerly SOCIO 102)                                                        TEC-D 200          INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER-AIDED DESIGN
               7:25p- 9:40p       TTh        Brem-HL 110 (ITV)                  Adams S A           5cr      3811   Introduction to Computer-Aided Drafting using Autodesk ACAD software to
               7:25p- 9:40p       TTh        Poul-OCP 105 (ITV)                 Adams S A           5cr      8393   create, edit, and plot engineering drawings.
               7:25p- 9:40p       TTh        Shel-PB 003 (ITV)                  Adams S A           5cr      7388   Prerequisite: TEC-D 107 with a grade of 2.0 or above or permission of instructor.
               Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses         $40             Cohen M             5cr      3812   2:00p- 4:50p         MW        Brem-SHP 114         $30 Raty R               4cr 2508
                                                                                                                    5:00p- 7:50p         MW        Brem-SHP 114         $30 Raty R               4cr 2506
                 Running Start  A program for High School Juniors or Seniors                                         TEC-D 205         ENGINEERING TECH PROJECT PLANNING
                 •  Are you ready for academic challenges? 
                                                                                                                    An introduction to the concepts used in planning engineering projects. A practical,
                 •  Do you wish to take classes not offered by 
                                                                                                                    hands-on conceptual approach to Engineering Project Planning. Microsoft Project
                    your high school?                                                                               Software may be used as a vehicle to outline this planning. This is intended for those
                 •  Do you want to earn up to two years of                                                          seeking to be engineering technicians to enhance their ability to communicate with
                    college credit while in high school?                                                            engineers. This course is not to teach software, but rather, to teach the engineering
                 •  Do you want to attend college tuition free?                                                     approach to building bridges, etc. as opposed to planning models used in business.
                 Olympic College invites mature and highly motivated                                                5:00p- 7:15p         MW           Brem-TEC 200            $15 TBA               4cr 2510
                 high school juniors and seniors to apply for Running 
                 Start.  See page 4 for admission steps. 
                 Call 360.475.7646 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7646 
                 www.olympic.edu/RunningStart  

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 TEC-D 270        3D ANALyST                                                     CE      WELD 101         ARC WELDING I
For those who want to apply three-dimensional visualization and analysis                Shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) in the flat and horizontal positions on low
techniques to their spatial data. (Pass/No Credit)                                      carbon steel plate using E6010 and E7018 electrodes; Arc cutting with compressed
Prerequisite: TEC-D 139 or TEC-D 150.                                                   air (CAC-A).
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $15 Gross L            2cr 2512      Prerequisite: WELD 106.
                                                                                        7:45a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                   Kitchens A        6cr    2569
 TEC-D 271         GEODATABASES FOR GIS                                        CE       9:55a-12:00p        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                   Kitchens A        6cr    2571
For experienced ArcGIS users who need an introduction to creating, editing, and




                                                                                                                                                                                 fall classes
managing data stored in a personal geodatabase. (Pass/No Credit)
                                                                                        12:25p- 2:30p       MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                   Snell K           6cr    2570
                                                                                        2:35p- 4:40p        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                   Snell K           6cr    2572
Prerequisite: TEC-D 139 or TEC-D 150.                                                   6:00p-10:10p        MW    Brem-SHP 108                   Moore F           6cr    2568
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses  $15 Gross L                     2cr 2514      6:00p-10:10p        TTh   Brem-SHP 108                   Beal R            6cr    2573
 TEC-D 272         GEOPROCESSING WITH GIS                                      CE       7:45a- 9:50a        MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton          Hobson C          6cr    7277
For experienced ArcGIS users who want to use geoprocessing tools and models             9:55a-12:00p        MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton          Hobson C          6cr    7278
in their GIS projects. (Pass/No Credit)
                                                                                         WELD 102         ARC WELDING II
Prerequisite: TEC-D 139 or TEC-D 150.                                                   Shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) making sound groove welds and fillet welds
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses  $15 Gross L                     2cr 2516      in all positions using E7018 electrodes on plain carbon steel.
 TEC-D 273         MAP PROJECTIONS IN GIS                                      CE       Prerequisite: WELD 101, completion of WELD 106 or permission of instructor.
For students and GIS professionals who want to understand the properties of             7:45a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                 Kitchens A           6cr   2577
different map projections and coordinate systems. (Pass/No Credit)                      9:55a-12:00p        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                 Kitchens A           6cr   2579
Prerequisite: TEC-D 139 or TEC-D 150.                                                   12:25p- 2:30p       MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                 Snell K              6cr   2578
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $15 Gross L            2cr 2518      2:35p- 4:40p        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                 Snell K              6cr   2580
                                                                                        6:00p-10:10p        MW        Brem-SHP 108             Moore F              6cr   2576
 TEC-D 274         NATURAL RESOURCE GIS                                        CE       6:00p-10:10p        TTh       Brem-SHP 108             Beal R               6cr   2581
Methods for acquiring, evaluating, creating, manipulating, and integrating data in
preparation for analysis and map creation. It addresses problems commonly encountered
                                                                                        7:45a- 9:50a        MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                    6cr   7279
by those in the natural resource and conservation fields. (Pass/No Credit)              9:55a-12:00p        MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                    6cr   7280
Prerequisite: TEC-D 139 or TEC-D 150.                                                    WELD 103         ARC WELDING III
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $15 Gross L            2cr 2520      Producing sound groove welds in the 2G and 3G positions on mild steel welded with the
                                                                                        shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) process using E7018 electrode classification.
 TEC-D 275         SPATIAL ANALyST                                             CE       Prerequisite: WELD 102 and completion of WELD 106 or permission of instructor.
For experienced ArcGIS users who want to work with rasters to identify spatial
                                                                                        7:45a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                 Kitchens A         6cr     2585
relationships, develop suitability models, or calculate the cost of travel over a
surface. (Pass/No Credit)
                                                                                        9:55a-12:00p        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                 Kitchens A         6cr     2587
                                                                                        12:25p- 2:30p       MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                 Snell K            6cr     2586
Prerequisite: TEC-D 139 or TEC-D 150.                                                   2:35p- 4:40p        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                 Snell K            6cr     2588
Online - www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses           $15 Gross L            2cr 2522      6:00p-10:10p        MW       Brem-SHP 108              Moore F            6cr     2584
     transition to adn (associate degree nursing)                                       6:00p-10:10p        TTh      Brem-SHP 108              Beal R             6cr     2589
                                                                                        7:45a- 9:50a        MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                  6cr     7281
 Formal admission to the Transition to Associate Degree Nursing (TADN)                  9:55a-12:00p        MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                  6cr     7282
 program is required for all courses in the TADN program. Application
 deadline is August 17 of each year for the following Spring Quarter                     WELD 104         GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING
 admissions process. Information sessions are held each quarter for the                 Develop skills required for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG) in the flat, horizontal
 Nursing Programs. Additional information is located at www.olympic.edu/                and vertical positions on mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum plate.
 healthoccupations or call 360.394.2760.                                                Prerequisite: WELD 100, 106 and 107 or concurrent enrollment in WELD 107 or
                                                                                        permission of instructor.
                                    welding                                             7:45a- 9:50a         MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                 Kitchens A      6cr       2593
 Required attendance the first day of class for safety orientation. Students must       9:55a-12:00p         MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                 Kitchens A      6cr       2595
 provide own safety equipment. Advising required for all Welding students.              12:25p- 2:30p        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                 Snell K         6cr       2594
 Welding Fees: $5 per credit up to a maximum of $50 per quarter.                        2:35p- 4:40p         MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                 Snell K         6cr       2596
 Shelton classes held at Bronze Works, 50 W. Fredson Rd., 360.432.9555.                 6:00p-10:10p         MW       Brem-SHP 108              Moore F         6cr       2592
 WABO Certification available at OC Welding Technology. Test is given the               6:00p-10:10p         TTh      Brem-SHP 108              Beal R          6cr       2597
 first Friday of each month (except Aug. and Sept.). A WABO form must be                7:45a- 9:50a         MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C               6cr       7283
 submitted by the Monday preceding the test. Visit Brem-SHP 204 or call                 9:55a-12:00p         MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C               6cr       7284
 Al Kitchens, WABO examiner at 360.475.7312 for a test form.
                                                                                         WELD 105           GAS METAL ARC/FLUx CORED ARC WELDING
 WELD 100         OxyACETyLENE WELDING                                                  Develop skills required for Gas Metal Arc (MIG) and flux cored arc welding in the
Oxyacetylene welding and brazing in the flat, horizontal and vertical positions on      flat, horizontal and vertical positions on mild steel and aluminum plate.
mild steel plate; Oxy fuel cutting and plasma arc cutting processes.                    Prerequisite: WELD 106 and 107 or concurrent enrollment in WELD 107 or permission
Prerequisite: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in WELD 106 or by permission of    of instructor.
instructor.                                                                             7:45a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                  Kitchens A       6cr 2601
7:45a- 9:50a        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                    Kitchens A       6cr 2561     9:55a-12:00p        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                  Kitchens A       6cr 2603
9:55a-12:00p        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                    Kitchens A       6cr 2563     12:25p- 2:30p       MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                  Snell K          6cr 2602
12:25p- 2:30p       MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                    Snell K          6cr 2562     2:35p- 4:40p        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                  Snell K          6cr 2604
2:35p- 4:40p        MTWTh Brem-SHP 108                    Snell K          6cr 2564     6:00p-10:10p        MW       Brem-SHP 108               Moore F          6cr 2600
6:00p-10:10p        MW          Brem-SHP 108              Moore F          6cr 2560     6:00p-10:10p        TTh      Brem-SHP 108               Beal R           6cr 2605
6:00p-10:10p        TTh         Brem-SHP 108              Beal R           6cr 2565     7:45a- 9:50a        MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                 6cr 7285
7:45a- 9:50a        MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                   6cr 7275     9:55a-12:00p        MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                 6cr 7286
9:55a-12:00p        MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                   6cr 7276

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                fall classes

                WELD 106           WELDING TECHNICAL ORIENTATION I
               Beginning welding theory with emphasis on safety, weld processes of oxyacetylene
               welding (OAW), oxyfuel cutting (OFC), shielded metal arc welding (SMAW),
                                                                                                                                    OPPORTUNITY GRANT
               carbon arc cutting with compressed air (CAC-A), electrical fundamentals and                        The Opportunity Grant assists with educational
               blue print reading.                                                                                funding for low-income adults in the following
               12:25p- 1:30p         MTWTh       Brem-SHP 200                    Kitchens A          5cr 2608     pathways:
               4:50p- 5:55p          MTWTh       Brem-SHP 116                    Moore F             5cr 2610     Accounting, ECE, CNA, LPN, RN, Electronics,
               ARR                   ARR         Brem-SHP 200                    Kitchens A          5cr 2609     Medical Receptionist, Medical Office Assistant,
fall classes




                                                                                                                  Office Technology, Phlebotomy, Physical
                 Available as independent study for evening students. Contact Al Kitchens: 360.475.7312           Therapist Assistant, and Welding.
               12:25p- 1:30p        MTWTh Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                             5cr 7287     For more information please contact Program Manager Carma Foley at
               ARR                  ARR    Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                            5cr 7288     360.475.7675 or Program Assistant Wendy Belden at 360.475.7525
                                                                                                                  or visit our web site at :
                WELD 107           WELDING TECHNICAL ORIENTATION II
               Advanced welding, cutting, and manufacturing processes and American Welding                        www.olympic.edu/Students/WorkforceDevelopment/OpportunityGrant
               Society weld symbol reading and interpretation.
               Prerequisite: WELD 106 or permission of instructor.
               4:50p- 5:55p        MTWTh Brem-SHP 200                            Snell K             5cr 2615
               ARR                 ARR       Brem-SHP 200                        Snell K             5cr 2614
                 Available as independent study for evening students. Contact Al Kitchens: 360.475.7312
                                                                                                                  NEW! Environmental Studies Program
               WELD 125/126/127 WELDING REFRESHER LAB                                                      CE
               Skill development and certification refresher for the purpose of passing employment
               and/or certification examinations. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor.                          Job growth in the environmental sector is
               WELD 125            ARR           Brem-SHP 108                    Kitchens A          2cr   2627    increasing quickly in Kitsap/Mason counties and
               WELD 125            ARR           Brem-SHP 108                    Snell K             2cr   2628    employers need workers with an understanding of
               WELD 125    6:00p-10:10p          Brem-SHP 108                    Moore F             2cr   2626    basic environmental issues, training in soils
               WELD 125    6:00p-10:10p          Brem-SHP 108                    Beal R              2cr   2629    sampling, water sampling, habitat restoration,
               WELD 125            ARR           Bronze Works, Shelton           Hobson C            2cr   7272    wetlands delineation, and more.
               WELD 125            ARR           Bronze Works, Shelton           Hobson C            2cr   7290    For more information, contact advisor Deanna
               WELD 126            ARR           Brem-SHP 108                    Kitchens A          4cr   2632    Ferguson at 360.475.7274 or dferguson@olympic.edu.
               WELD 126            ARR           Brem-SHP 108                    Snell K             4cr   2633
               WELD 126    6:00p-10:10p          Brem-SHP 108                    Moore F             4cr   2630
               WELD 126    6:00p-10:10p          Brem-SHP 108                    Beal R              4cr   2631
               WELD 126            ARR           Bronze Works, Shelton           Hobson C            4cr   7273
               WELD 126            ARR           Bronze Works, Shelton           Hobson C            4cr   7291
               WELD 127            ARR           Brem-SHP 108                    Kitchens A          6cr   2636
               WELD 127            ARR           Brem-SHP 108                    Snell K             6cr   2637
               WELD 127    6:00p-10:10p          Brem-SHP 108                    Moore F             6cr   2634   NEW! Animation Gaming Production Program
               WELD 127    6:00p-10:10p          Brem-SHP 108                    Beal R              6cr   2635
               WELD 127            ARR           Bronze Works, Shelton           Hobson C            6cr   7274    This new degree consists of several
               WELD 127            ARR           Bronze Works, Shelton           Hobson C            6cr   7292    15-credit modules of skill sets. The need
               WELD 190/191/192 WELDING SPECIAL PROJECTS                                                           for workers will increase in this field as
               The fabrication and manufacture of welded projects selected by the student or                       consumers continue to demand more
               assigned by the instructor. Includes designing, cost analysis, ordering materials, and              realistic video games, movies and TV special
               fabrication of projects. Prerequisite: Advanced standing with instructor's permission.              effects, along with 3D animated movies.
               WELD 190              ARR     Brem-SHP 108          Kitchens A                        3cr   2640
               WELD 190              ARR     Brem-SHP 108          Snell K                           3cr   2641    For more information, contact advisor Joe Silverthorn at
               WELD 190              ARR     Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                          3cr   7296    360.475.7310 or jsilverthorn@olympic.edu.
               WELD 190              ARR     Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                          3cr   7293
               WELD 191              ARR     Brem-SHP 108          Kitchens A                        3cr   2642
               WELD 191              ARR     Brem-SHP 108          Snell K                           3cr   2643
               WELD 191              ARR     Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                          3cr   7297
               WELD 191              ARR     Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                          3cr   7294
               WELD 192              ARR     Brem-SHP 108          Kitchens A                        3cr   2644   NEW! CHEMICAL DEPENDENCY PROFESSIONAL
               WELD 192              ARR     Brem-SHP 108          Snell K                           3cr   2645
               WELD 192              ARR     Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                          3cr   7298
               WELD 192              ARR     Bronze Works, Shelton Hobson C                          3cr   7295   A 61-credit Certificate of Specialization and a
                                                                                                                  new Associate in Technical Arts Degree are
                                            workforce training                                                    available in this high demand field.

                WFT 021            LIFE SKILLS                                                              CE    •   Day and evening classes
               Developmentally disabled students learn to function successfully in the family,                    •   Online courses
               workplace, and community. (Pass/No Credit)
               Prerequisite: Orientation/placement.                                                               For more information, contact advisor
               8:00a-10:50a         DAILY     Shel-PB 002                        Losey D             3cr 7180     Mirelle Cohen at 360.475.7553 or
                                                                                                                  mcohen@olympic.edu.



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                                                         Quick reference classes
                                                                                  What materials and equipment will i need?
  Quick reference classes                                                         • USB Drive:
  The “Quick Reference” section is a summary of classes. Refer to the
  “Credit Classes” section for course descriptions, room numbers, and                   USB drives are available at the appropriate division offices on the
  instructors. Courses are listed in alphabetical order.                                 Bremerton campus or through the instructor. Please see www.olympic.
                                                                                         edu/distanceclasses for information on where to get your USB drive.
                                                                                        Access to a Windows-based computer with a USB 2.0 slot.
                                                                                         USB drive software is self-contained and does not require additional
       Quick reference –
                                                                                     

                                                                                         software to be loaded.

       distance learning                                                          • Textbook: Most instructors require a textbook. Textbooks are
                                                                                    available at the OC bookstore on the Bremerton campus or online at
                                                                                    http://ocbookstore.com.
telecourses                                                                       • Syllabus and Other Materials: The USB is self-contained. All
                                                                                    additional materials are loaded on or provided with the USB drive.
What is a telecourse?
                                                                                  USB drive Fee




                                                                                                                                                                    Quick reference classes
Telecourses are VHS-based courses that combine VHS tapes of lectures and
information with materials from the instructor. These materials can include       All USB drive courses have an $8 per credit fee. Additionally, some
study guides, assignments, examinations, and handouts. Courses are designed       courses (Sociology and Psychology) have an additional $30 licensing fee.
to be taken at home over a specified period of time with little contact between
instructor and student.
                                                                                  online courses
What materials and equipment will i need?
                                                                                  What is an online course?
• Videos
                                                                                  An online course is a course that you can take using your computer and the
      Telecourse tape rentals are available through the Distance Learning        internet.
       department located in the Haselwood Library at OC Bremerton. Tape
       rental is $35 for the entire quarter. You must first pay the fee at the    What materials and equipment will i need?
       Cashier’s Office then bring a receipt to pick up the videos.
                                                                                  • Computer with internet access: While dial-up services will allow you to
      Telecourse tapes are also available on a 24-hour loan from the
                                                                                    access the internet, most courses are faster to access and more comfortable
       Haselwood Library on the Bremerton campus, or at the Johnson Library
                                                                                    to take with a high-speed or broadband connection.
       on the Shelton campus.
                                                                                  • Textbook: Most instructors require a textbook. Textbooks are
      Telecourse videos are also viewable on the Public Access stations for
                                                                                    available at the OC bookstore on the Bremerton campus or online at
       Comcast Cable (channel 12) or Wave Cable (channel 3). These are
                                                                                    http://ocbookstore.com.
       generally broadcast in the early morning hours.
• Textbook: Most instructors require a textbook. Textbooks are                    How do i access my online classroom?
  available at the OC bookstore on the Bremerton campus or online at              • Please see the www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses to know where to access your
  http://ocbookstore.com.                                                           course as instructors use a variety of places.
• Syllabus and Other Course Materials: Most instructors require at least
  one on-campus meeting with students. This is generally an orientation that      Where can i get technical support?
  takes place at the Bremerton campus. Additional materials that students         • For ANGEL based courses, go to http://angel.olympic.edu
  need are passed out at these sessions.                                                Distance Learning provides technical, access, and other support for
                                                                                         ANGEL based online courses.
telecourse Fee
                                                                                        Technical support and assistance is also provided 24 hours a day, 7 days
Each telecourse has a licensing fee of $30 regardless of the way the videos
                                                                                         a week by Presidium at 1-866-425-8412 (Toll free).
are viewed. This fee is passed on to the video producers for the ability to
use their material.                                                               • For all other online courses, please contact your instructor. Instructors
                                                                                    provide technical, access and other support for their non-ANGEL
                                                                                    based online courses.
usB-drive courses
                                                                                  Online Course Fee
What is a USB-drive course?                                                       ANGEL online course fees are $8 per credit.
USB-drive courses, which were until recently called portable courses or
POCO, are self-contained courses delivered on returnable USB memory stick
drives. The courses are designed to provide students with little or no internet
access a more interactive experience than a telecourse, but not as interactive        Distance Learning
as an online course. These courses are designed to be taken from home over            Haselwood Library – OC Bremerton
a specified period of time with little or no contact between instructor and           360.475.7770 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7770
student.                                                                              E-mail: distancelearning@olympic.edu
                                                                                      www.olympic.edu/DistanceLearning
                                                                                      HOURS: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. (M-Th), 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. (F)




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                                  distance learning summer                                                   OLRM 202
                                                                                                             OLRM 220
                                                                                                                            Introduction to Organizational Ethics
                                                                                                                            Human Relations in the Workplace
                                                                                                                                                                      5cr
                                                                                                                                                                      3cr
                                                                                                                                                                             CE

                                  classes                                                                    OLRM 250
                                                                                                             PARED 100
                                                                                                                            Organizational Communication
                                                                                                                            Child Guidance & Development
                                                                                                                                                                      5cr
                                                                                                                                                                      1cr
                                                                                                                                                                             CE

                                                                                                             PARED 101      Child Guidance & Development—Extended     2cr
                          online classes                                                                     POLS& 202      American Government                       5cr    SS
                          For detailed information: www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses                          PSYC& 100      General Psychology                        5cr    SS
                          ACCT& 201-203 Prin of Accounting I, II, III                             5cr        PSYC& 200      Lifespan Psychology                       5cr    SS
                          ANTH& 204       Archaeology                                             5cr   SS   PSYC 221       Social Psychology                         5cr    SS
                          ANTH& 206       Cultural Anthropology                                   5cr   SS   PSYC 260       Introduction to Clinical Psych            5cr    SS
                          ART& 100        Art Appreciation                                        5cr    H   SOC 135        The Family                                5cr    SS
                          BUS& 101        Intro to Business                                       5cr   SS   SOC 190        U.S. Race & Ethnicity                     5cr    SS
                          BUS& 201        Business Law                                            5cr        SOC& 101       Intro to Sociology                        5cr    SS
                          CMST& 102       Intro to Mass Media                                     5cr    H   TEC-D 270      3D Analyst                                2cr    CE
                          CMPTR 101       Computer Literacy                                       1cr   CE   TEC-D 271      Geodatabases for GIS                      2cr    CE
                          CMPTR 110       Information Systems Concepts                            5cr        TEC-D 272      Geoprocessing with GIS                    2cr    CE
                          CMPTR 111       Introduction to Operating Systems                       4cr        TEC-D 273      Map Projections in GIS                    2cr    CE
                          CMPTR 112       Introduction to Windows                                 1cr
Quick reference classes




                                                                                                             TEC-D 274      Natural Resource GIS                      2cr    CE
                          CMPTR 114       Introduction to HTML                                    1cr   CE   TEC-D 275      Spatial Analyst                           2cr    CE
                          CMPTR 115       Introduction to the Internet                            3cr
                          CMPTR 116       Internetworking I                                       4cr
                          CMPTR 122       Applications for IT Professionals                       4cr
                                                                                                             usB – drive classes
                                                                                                             For detailed information: www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses
                          CMPTR 150       Survey/Microcomputing—Personal Cmptr                    4cr        ELECT 101/111   Direct Current/Lab                    5/3cr
                          CMPTR 151       MS Office Transitions: 2003-2007                        2cr   CE   ELECT 102/112   Alternating Current                   5/3cr
                          CMPTR 154       Access for Professionals                                4cr        ELECT 103/113   Introduction to Solid-State/Lab       5/3cr
                          CMPTR 182       Networking Concepts                                     5cr        ELECT 106       Electronic Fabrication                   1cr
                          CO-OP 111       Cooperative Education Seminar I                         2cr   CE   ELECT 160       Computer Applications I                  2cr
                          ECE 100         Introduction to Child Care                              2cr        ELECT 165/166   Introduction to Digital Logic/Lab     4/2cr
                          ECE 165         Early Childhood Curriculum                              3cr        ELECT 170       Computer Applications II                 2cr
                          ECE 184         Health, Safety and Nutrition                            3cr        ELECT 200       Basic Electronics Theory & Assessment    2cr
                          ECE 191         ECE Program Administration                              3cr        ELECT 201/211   Solid-State Devices/Lab               5/3cr
                          ECE 225         Issues and Trends in ECE                                3cr        ELECT 202/212   Advanced Solid-State Devices/Lab      5/3cr
                          ECON& 201       Micro Economics                                         5cr   SS   ELECT 203/213   Special Circuits/Lab                  5/3cr
                          EDUC& 202       Intro to Education                                      5cr   SS   ELECT 225/235   Advanced Digital Circuits/Lab         5/2cr
                          ENGL& 101       English Composition I                                   5cr        ELECT 227/237   Microcomputers/Lab                    3/2cr
                          ENGL& 102       Composition II                                          5cr        ELECT 228/238   Advanced Microprocessors/Lab          3/2cr
                          ENGL& 235       Technical Writing                                       5cr        PSYC& 100       General Psychology                       5cr    SS
                          ENGL& 245       American Literature II                                  5cr   H    SOC& 101        Intro to Sociology                       5cr    SS
                          ENGL 270-276    Creative Writing                                        5cr   H
                          ENGL 284        Survey of World Lit—20th Century                        5cr   H
                          F-FS 202
                          F-FS 207
                                          Fire Protection Systems
                                          Code Enforcement and Inspection
                                                                                                  3cr
                                                                                                  3cr              distance learning fall classes
                          GEN-S 100       Strategies for Academic Success                         2cr
                          GEOL 155        Geologic Hazards                                        5cr   NS   telecourse classes
                          GEOL& 100       Survey of Earth Science                                 5cr   NS   For detailed information: www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses
                          HIST 253        World War I in History and Literature                   5cr   SS   HIST& 116       Western Civilization I                   5cr   SS
                          HS 107          Intro to Human Services                                 5cr   SS   HIST& 136       US History 1                             5cr   SS
                          HUMAN 220       Women in American Culture                               5cr    H   PHIL& 101       Intro to Philosophy                      5cr H/SS
                          HUMAN 253       World War I in History and Literature                   5cr    H   PSYC& 100       General Psychology                       5cr   SS
                          HUMAN 284       Survey of World Lit—20th Century                        5cr    H   SPAN& 121       Spanish I                                5cr    H
                          JOURN 105       Photojournalism                                         5cr    H
                          MATH& 141       Precalculus I: Algebra                                  5cr   NS   online classes
                          MATH& 142       Precalculus II: Trig                                    5cr   NS   For detailed information: www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses
                          OFTEC 110       Beginning Keyboarding                                   3cr        ACCT& 201-203 Prin of Accounting I, II, III              5cr
                          OFTEC 130-132   Accounting Simulations                                  1cr   CE   ANTH& 205       Biological Anthropology                  5cr NS/SS
                                           (Service Business, Merchandising Business, Corporation)           ANTH& 207       Linguistic Anthropology                  5cr H/SS
                          OFTEC 152       MS Excel Specialist                                     4cr        ANTH 335        Culture/Health/Healing                   5cr H/SS
                          OFTEC 156       Business English                                        5cr        ART& 100        Art Appreciation                         5cr     H
                          OFTEC 180       Integration of Software Applications                    2cr        ART 102         Art History/Ancient—Byzantine            5cr     H
                          OFTEC 256       Business Correspondence                                 5cr        BIOL& 241       Human A & P 1                            6cr    NS
                          OLRM 201        Intro to Organizational Leadership                      5cr   CE   BUS& 101        Intro to Business                        5cr    SS
                                                                                                             BUS& 201        Business Law                             5cr

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BMGMT 140       Business and Personal Mathematics            5cr          OFTEC 110       Beginning Keyboarding                                   3cr
BMGMT 203       Small Business Planning & Management         5cr          OFTEC 118       Electronic Communication                                2cr
CMPTR 101       Computer Literacy                            1cr     CE   OFTEC 130-132   Accounting Simulations                                  1cr        CE
CMPTR 103       Women and Technology                         2cr                           (Service Business, Merchandising Business, Corporation)
CMPTR 105       Small Office/Home Office Networking          2cr          OFTEC 141       MS Word Specialist                                      4cr
CMPTR 107       Introduction to PHP                          4cr          OFTEC 156       Business English                                        5cr
CMPTR 110       Information Systems Concepts                 5cr          OFTEC 175       Legal Terminology                                       5cr
CMPTR 111       Introduction to Operating Systems            4cr          OLRM 201        Intro to Organizational Leadership                      5cr        CE
CMPTR 112       Introduction to Windows                      1cr          OLRM 202        Introduction to Organizational Ethics                   5cr        CE
CMPTR 114       Introduction to HTML                         1cr     CE   OLRM 250        Organizational Communication                            5cr        CE
CMPTR 115       Introduction to the Internet                 3cr          OLRM 260        Conflict Resolution                                     5cr        CE
CMPTR 118/201   Internetworking II/Networking lab            5cr          PARED 100       Child Guidance & Development                            1cr
CMPTR 120       Programming Concepts                         5cr          PARED 101       Child Guidance & Development-Extended                   2cr
CMPTR 137       Intro to MS PowerPoint 2007                  1cr          PEFSP 153/253   Fast Fitness                                            2cr        CE
CMPTR 145/200   Intro to C Language/Programming Lab          6cr          POLS& 202       American Government                                     5cr        SS
CMPTR 146/200   Java I Intro to OOP/Programming Lab          6cr          PSYC& 100       General Psychology                                      5cr        SS
CMPTR 150       Survey/Microcomputing—Personal Cmptr         4cr          PSYC& 200       Lifespan Psychology                                     5cr        SS




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CMPTR 154       Access for Professionals                     4cr          PSYC 260        Introduction to Clinical Psych                          5cr        SS
CMPTR 172       PC Hardware Basics                           5cr          SOC& 101        Intro to Sociology                                      5cr        SS
CMPTR 173       Introduction to TCP/IP                       5cr          SOC 125         Sociology of Aging                                      5cr        SS
CMPTR 190       Information System Project Management        4cr          SOC& 201        Social Problems                                         5cr        SS
CMPTR 219       Introduction to ASP.NET                      4cr          TEC-D 270       3D Analyst                                              2cr        CE
CO-OP 111       Cooperative Education Seminar I              2cr     CE   TEC-D 271       Geodatabases for GIS                                    2cr        CE
ECE 100         Introduction to Child Care                   2cr          TEC-D 272       Geoprocessing with GIS                                  2cr        CE
ECE 167         Environments for Children                    3cr          TEC-D 273       Map Projections in GIS                                  2cr        CE
ECE 188         Child Abuse and Neglect                      2cr          TEC-D 274       Natural Resource GIS                                    2cr        CE
ECON& 201       Micro Economics                              5cr     SS   TEC-D 275       Spatial Analyst                                         2cr        CE
EDUC 125        Instructional Roles of Para Educators        5cr
EDUC& 202       Intro to Education                           5cr     SS   usB – drive classes
ELECT 101/111   Direct Current/Lab                         5/3cr          For detailed information: www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses
ELECT 102/112   Alternating Current                        5/3cr          ECE 100         Introduction to Child Care               2cr
ELECT 103/113   Introduction to Solid-State/Lab            5/3cr          ELECT 101/111   Direct Current/Lab                    5/3cr
ELECT 106       Electronic Fabrication                       1cr          ELECT 102/112   Alternating Current                   5/3cr
ELECT 160       Computer Applications I                      2cr          ELECT 103/113   Introduction to Solid-State/Lab       5/3cr
ELECT 165/166   Introduction to Digital Logic/Lab          4/2cr          ELECT 106       Electronic Fabrication                   1cr
ELECT 170       Computer Applications II                     2cr          ELECT 160       Computer Applications I                  2cr
ELECT 200       Basic Electronics Theory & Assessment        2cr          ELECT 165       Introduction to Digital Logic            4cr
ELECT 201/211   Solid-State Devices/Lab                    5/3cr          ELECT 200       Basic Electronics Theory & Assessment    2cr
ELECT 202/212   Advanced Solid-State Devices/Lab           5/3cr          ELECT 201/211   Solid-State Devices/Lab               5/3cr
ELECT 203/213   Special Circuits/Lab                       5/3cr          ELECT 202/212   Advanced Solid-State Devices/Lab      5/3cr
ELECT 225/235   Advanced Digital Circuits/Lab              5/2cr          ELECT 203/213   Special Circuits/Lab                  5/3cr
ENGL& 101       English Composition I                        5cr          ELECT 225/235   Advanced Digital Circuits/Lab         5/2cr
ENGL& 102       Composition II                               5cr          ELECT 227/237   Microcomputers/Lab                    3/2cr
ENGL& 235       Technical Writing                            5cr          ELECT 228/238   Advanced Microprocessors/Lab          3/2cr
ENGL& 245       American Literature II                       5cr     H    OLRM 220        Human Relations in the Workplace         3cr
ENGL 284        Survey of World Lit—20th Century             5cr     H    PSYC& 100       General Psychology                       5cr                       SS
F-FS 202        Fire Protection Systems                      3cr          SOC& 101        Intro to Sociology                       5cr                       SS
F-FS 207        Code Enforcement and Inspection              3cr
GEN-S 100       Strategies for Academic Success              2cr
GEOL 155        Geologic Hazards                             5cr    NS    self-paced classes
HIST& 214       Pacific NW History                           5cr    SS    For detailed information: www.olympic.edu/distanceclasses
Hist 253        World War I in History and Literature        5cr    SS    CMPTR 113       Internet Basics                          1cr                       CE
HUMAN 220       Women in American Culture                    5cr     H    CMPTR 126       Introduction to Microsoft Publisher      1cr                       CE
HUMAN 253       World War I in History and Literature        5cr     H    CMPTR 127       Intro to Microsoft Word 2007             1cr                       CE
HUMAN 284       Survey of World Lit—20th Century             5cr     H    CMPTR 128       Introduction to MS Excel 2007            1cr                       CE
MATH& 107       Math in Society                              5cr    NS    CMPTR 131       Introduction to MS Outlook               1cr                       CE
MATH& 141       Precalculus I: Algebra                       5cr    NS    CMPTR 137       Intro to MS PowerPoint 2007              1cr                       CE
MATH& 142       Precalculus II: Trig                         5cr    NS    CMPTR 139       Intro to MS Visio                        1cr                       CE
MATH& 146       Introduction to Stats                        5cr    NS    CMPTR 153       Intro to MS Access                       1cr                       CE
MATH 147        Business Algebra                             5cr    NS
MEDA 118        Ten-Key Skills                               1cr
MEDA 180        AIDS/HIV/Blood Borne Pathogens               1cr

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                                 Quick reference –                                                               Quick reference – oc poulsbo
                                 military education
                                                                                                              oc poulsbo summer/fall classes
                             military education summer/fall classes                                           general information
                                                                                                              Financial Aid information: go to www.olympic.edu/FinancialAid or call
                             general information (civilians may also attend)                                  360.475.7160 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7160
                             Active duty military and their family members may visit Olympic
                                                                                                              To learn how to get started at OC Poulsbo, contact Student Services
                             College on-base offices to apply, register, make payments, and meet
                                                                                                              at 360.394.2725 or email prospect@olympic.edu.
                             with an academic advisor. In-state tuition rates are awarded for
                             military personnel and family members. Olympic College supports                  Student Services Office, Rm 114, 360.394.2725
                             the CAA (Career Advancement Account) program for military                        1000 Olympic College Place NW
                             spouses. Call us for more information.                                           Poulsbo, WA
                             Valid military ID or temporary civilian pass is required to attend               E-mail: poulsbocampus@olympic.edu
                             on-base classes. Civilians must contact an on-base advisor for base              www.olympic.edu/Poulsbo
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                             access as soon as possible after registering for class. For classes at           HOURS: 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. (M-Th), 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (F)
                             NBK-Bangor, contact OC at NBK-Bangor; for classes at Naval
                             Hospital Bremerton, contact OC at NBK-Bremerton. On-base                         Cashier Services, Rm 114, Student Services Office, 360.394.2725
                             advisors can be reached via email at militaryed@olympic.edu.                     HOURS: 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. (M-Th), 8:30 a.m. - 4 p.m. (F)

                             For civilian base access or class information, please contact:                   NOTE: For campus directions go to www.olympic.edu/Campuses.
                             OC at NBK-Bangor                    OC at NBK-Bremerton or
                             Trident Training Facility,          Naval Hospital Bremerton
                             G Wing, Rm 215                      Navy College, Bldg 853, Rm 204
                             2000 Thresher Ave.                  2255 Cole Ave                             oc poulsbo summer classes
                             360.697.3656                        360.377.8178                              ADESL             English for Speakers of Other Languages                     CE
                                                                                                           ADABE             Adult Basic Skills                                          CE
                                                                                                           ASL& 121          Am Sign Language I                                    5cr    H
                                                                                                           ART 106           Drawing I                                             5cr    H
                          military education summer classes                                                BUS& 201          Business Law                                          5cr
                          Naval Base Kitsap – Bangor                                                       BMGMT 145         Business Ethics                                       2cr
                          CMST& 210         Interpersonal Communicat                         5cr      H    BMGMT 170         Client/Customer Relations                             2cr
                          CJ 116            Police-Community Relatio                         5cr           BMGMT 181         Principles of Sales                                   5cr
                          PSYC& 100         General Psychology                               5cr      SS   CMPTR 110         Information Systems Concepts                          5cr
                                                                                                           CMPTR 111         Introduction to Operating Systems                     4cr
                          Naval Hospital Bremerton                                                         CMPTR 122         Applications for IT Professionals                     4cr
                          BIOL 104          Plant Biology                                    5cr      NS   CMPTR 128         Introduction to MS Excel 2007                         1cr
                          ENGL& 101         English Composition I                            5cr           CMPTR 130         Introduction to Personal Computers                    1cr
                                                                                                           CMPTR 137         Intro to MS PowerPoint 2007                           1cr
                                                                                                           CMPTR 150         Survey/Microcomputing—Personal Cmptr                  4cr
                          military education fall classes                                                  ECON& 201         Micro Economics                                       5cr   SS
                                                                                                           ENGL 099          Reading and Writing Improvement                       5cr
                          Naval Base Kitsap – Bangor                                                       GEOL& 208         Geology of Pacific NW                                 5cr   NS
                          CMST 242          Career Communications                            5cr       H   MATH 094          Elementary Algebra                                    5cr
                          CJ& 105           Intro to Corrections                             5cr      SS   MATH 099          Intermediate Algebra                                  5cr
                          CJ& 112           Criminology                                      5cr           MATH& 146         Introduction to Stats                                 5cr   NS
                          GEOL& 101         Intro Physical Geology                           5cr      NS   MEDA 162          Medical Terminology                                   5cr
                          HIST& 137         US History 2                                     5cr      SS   MUSC 148A, I      Music Lessons: Electric Bass or Guitar             .5-1cr H/SP
                                                                                                           OFTEC 136         Customer Service Information Age                      2cr
                          Naval Hospital Bremerton                                                         OFTEC 138         Peachtree Accounting                                  4cr
                          PHIL 240          Intro to Ethics                                  5cr H/SS      OFTEC 139         QuickBooks                                            4cr
                          PSYC& 100         General Psychology                               5cr   SS      OFTEC 165         Intro to MS Office PowerPoint 2007                    4cr
                                                                                                           PHIL& 101         Intro to Philosophy                                   5cr H/SS
                                                                                                           PE-ED 109         Basic CPR                                             1cr
                                                                                                           PE-ED 110         Basic First Aid                                       1cr
                                                                                                           PNURS 108         Clinical Pharmacology                                 1cr
                                                                                                           PNURS 126         Dosage Calculations                                   1cr
                                                                                                           PSYC& 100         General Psychology                                    5cr   SS
                                                                                                           SCI 100           Introduction to Science                               5cr   NS
                                                                                                           SOC& 101          Intro to Sociology                                    5cr   SS
                                                                                                           SOC& 201          Social Problems                                       5cr   SS

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oc poulsbo fall classes                                                             PE-ED 104        Health Science                                    2cr        SS
ADESL              English for Speakers of Other Languages                     CE   PE-ED 109        Basic CPR                                         1cr
ADABE              Adult Basic Skills                                          CE   PE-ED 110        Basic First Aid                                   1cr
ACCT& 201          Prin of Accounting I                                 5cr         POLS& 202        American Government                               5cr        SS
ASL& 121           Am Sign Language I                                   5cr     H   PSYC& 100        General Psychology                                5cr        SS
ART& 100           Art Appreciation                                     5cr     H   SCI 100          Introduction to Science                           5cr        NS
BIOL& 175          Human Biology w/Lab                                  5cr    NS   SOC& 101         Intro to Sociology                                5cr        SS
BIOL 201           Majors Biology I (For majors & non-majors)           5cr    NS   SOC 135          The Family                                        5cr        SS
BIOL& 241          Human A & P 1                                        6cr    NS   SOC& 201         Social Problems                                   5cr        SS
BIOL& 260          Microbiology                                         5cr    NS   SPAN& 121        Spanish I                                         5cr         H
BUS& 101           Intro to Business                                    5cr    SS
BMGMT 102          Introduction—International Business                  5cr
BMGMT 146          Entrepreneurship—Financial Analysis                  2cr               Quick reference – oc shelton
BMGMT 149          Entrepreneurship—Marketing for Growth                2cr
BMGMT 181          Principles of Sales                                  5cr
BMGMT 183          Negotiations                                         5cr            oc shelton summer/fall classes
CHEM& 121          Intro to Chemistry                                   6cr    NS




                                                                                                                                                                       Quick reference classes
CHEM& 131          Intro to Organic/Biochem                             6cr    NS      general information
CMST& 220          Public Speaking                                      5cr     H      Financial Aid information: go to www.olympic.edu/FinancialAid or call
CMPTR 110          Information Systems Concepts                         5cr            360.475.7160 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7160
CMPTR 111          Introduction to Operating Systems                    4cr            Location: 937 W. Alpine Way, Shelton, WA, 360.432.5400
CMPTR 115          Introduction to the Internet                         3cr
CMPTR 122          Applications for IT Professionals                    4cr            E-mail: sheltoncampus@olympic.edu
CMPTR 127          Intro to Microsoft Word 2007                         1cr            www.olympic.edu/Shelton
CMPTR 128          Introduction to MS Excel 2007                        1cr            Summer Session: June 22 – Aug. 28 (Summer session ends Aug. 13)
CMPTR 137          Intro to MS PowerPoint 2007                          1cr            HOURS: 8 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. (M-Th), 8 a.m. - Noon (F)
CMPTR 150          Survey/Microcomputing—Personal Cmptr                 4cr
                                                                                       Pre-Fall Quarter: Aug. 31 – Sept. 18
CO-OP 120          Transition to Work                                   3cr    CE      HOURS: 8 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. (M- Th), 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (F)
DRMA& 101          Intro to Theatre                                     5cr     H
ENGL 098/GEN-S 100 Reading & Writing/Strategies for Academic Success    7cr            Fall Quarter: Sept. 21 – Sept. 25 (1st week of classes)
ENGL 099           Reading and Writing Improvement                      5cr            HOURS: 8 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. (M- Th), 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (F)
ENGL& 101          English Composition I                                5cr            Sept. 28 – Dec. 31st (Remainder of the quarter, with Fall quarter
ENGL& 102          Composition II                                       5cr            ending Dec. 11)
ENGL& 111          Intro to Literature                                  5cr     H      HOURS: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. (M–Th), 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. (F)
GEN-S 100          Strategies for Academic Success                      2cr
GEOG 101           Introduction to Geography                            5cr NS/SS      NOTE: For campus directions go to www.olympic.edu/Campuses.
HUMAN 204          Introduction to Eastern Religions                    5cr     H
IMM 120/220        Beginning/Intermediate Photoshop                     5cr            How to Register
JAPN& 121          Japanese I                                           5cr     H      new students
MATH 089           Essential Mathematics                                5cr
MATH 090           Prealgebra                                           5cr            1. Start at the OC Shelton front desk.
MATH 094           Elementary Algebra                                   5cr               • Pick up new student packet and sign up for Accuplacer testing
MATH 099           Intermediate Algebra                                 5cr                 ($15). Pick up a Financial Aid application if necessary.
MATH& 107          Math in Society                                      5cr    NS      2. Attend Accuplacer testing session.
MATH& 141          Precalculus I: Algebra                               5cr    NS      3. See advisor and plan your schedule. Bring Accuplacer scores.
                                                                                       4. Register.
MUSC 189           Intro to Jazz History                                5cr     H
MUSC 148A, I       Music Lessons: Electric Bass or Guitar            .5-1cr H/SP       Counselors are available to help you decide what classes to take. Make
NURSE 151          Dosage Calculations                                  1cr            an appointment at 360.432.5400.
NURSE 152          Introduction to Pharmacology                         1cr
OFTEC 110          Beginning Keyboarding                                3cr            continuing/former students
OFTEC 111          Data Entry Skill Building                            3cr            See page 5 for information on how to register as a continuing/
OFTEC 112          Document Formatting                                  3cr            former student.
OFTEC 115          Speed and Accuracy Keyboarding                       3cr
OFTEC 121          Practical Accounting                                 5cr
OFTEC 123          Payroll Accounting                                   5cr
OFTEC 134          Computerized Accounting                              4cr
                                                                                    oc shelton summer classes
OFTEC 162          General Office Procedures                            4cr         ADESL            English for Speakers of Other Languages                      CE
OFTEC 170          Records and Database Management                      5cr         ADABE            Adult Basic Skills                                           CE
OFTEC 214          Advanced Office Applications                         4cr         BUS& 201         Business Law                                      5cr
OFTEC 226          Business Taxation                                    5cr         BMGMT 145        Business Ethics                                   2cr
OFTEC 256          Business Correspondence                              5cr         BMGMT 147        Human Resource Management                         2cr
PARED 115          Parent Education Cooperatives                        2cr    CE   BMGMT 170        Client/Customer Relations                         2cr

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                          BMGMT 181          Principles of Sales                                     5cr        CJ& 110           Criminal Law                                           5cr
                          CMPTR 110          Information Systems Concepts                            5cr        DRMA& 101         Intro to Theatre                                       5cr    H
                          CMPTR 111          Introduction to Operating Systems                       4cr        EDUC& 202         Intro to Education                                     5cr   SS
                          CMPTR 122          Applications for IT Professionals                       4cr        ENGL 093          Developing Skills in English                           5cr
                          CMPTR 150          Survey/Microcomputing—Personal Cmptr                    4cr        ENGL 099/ENGL&101 Reading & Writing Improvement/English Composition I 10cr
                          CJ& 101            Intro Criminal Justice                                  5cr   SS   ENGL& 101         English Composition I                                  5cr
                          ECON& 201          Micro Economics                                         5cr   SS   GEN-S 100         Strategies for Academic Success                        2cr
                          ENGL 098/GEN-S 100 Reading & Writing/Strategies for Academic Success       7cr        GEN-S 101         Orientation to College                                 1cr
                          GEN-S 100          Strategies for Academic Success                         2cr        GEOL& 101         Intro Physical Geology                                 5cr   NS
                          MATH 090           College Arithmetic                                      5cr        HIST 230          Films in American Culture                              5cr   SS
                          MATH 094           Elementary Algebra                                      5cr        HUMAN 230         Films in American Culture                              5cr    H
                          MATH 099           Intermediate Algebra                                    5cr        MATH 089          Essential Mathematics                                  5cr
                          MEDA 162           Medical Terminology                                     5cr        MATH 090          Prealgebra                                             5cr
                          OFTEC 110          Beginning Keyboarding                                   3cr        MATH 094          Elementary Algebra                                     5cr
                          OFTEC 111          Data Entry Skill Building                               3cr        MATH 099          Intermediate Algebra                                   5cr
                          OFTEC 112          Document Formatting                                     3cr        MUSC 189          Intro to Jazz History                                  5cr    H
                          OFTEC 115          Speed and Accuracy Keyboarding                          3cr        MUSC 147C         Music Lessons: Voice                               .5- 1cr H/SP
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                          OFTEC 124          Electronic Printing Calculators                         2cr        OFTEC 101-109     Adaptive Technology Courses          3/1/3/3/3/3/3/3/3cr
                          OFTEC 136          Customer Service Information Age                        2cr        OFTEC 110         Beginning Keyboarding                                  3cr
                          OFTEC 138          Peachtree Accounting                                    4cr        OFTEC 111         Data Entry Skill Building                              3cr
                          OFTEC 139          QuickBooks                                              4cr        OFTEC 112         Document Formatting                                    3cr
                          OFTEC 141          MS Word Specialist                                      4cr        OFTEC 115         Speed and Accuracy Keyboarding                         3cr
                          OFTEC 152          MS Excel Specialist                                     4cr        OFTEC 121         Practical Accounting                                   5cr
                          OFTEC 214          Advanced Office Applications                            4cr        OFTEC 123         Payroll Accounting                                     5cr
                          PHIL& 101          Intro to Philosophy                                     5cr H/SS   OFTEC 124         Electronic Printing Calculators                        2cr
                          PE-ED 109          Basic CPR                                               1cr        OFTEC 134         Computerized Accounting                                4cr
                          PE-ED 110          Basic First Aid                                         1cr        OFTEC 141         MS Word Specialist                                     4cr
                          PNURS 108          Clinical Pharmacology                                   1cr        OFTEC 152         MS Excel Specialist                                    4cr
                          PNURS 126          Dosage Calculations                                     1cr        OFTEC 162         General Office Procedures                              4cr
                          PSYC& 100          General Psychology                                      5cr   SS   OFTEC 170         Records and Database Management                        5cr
                          SCI 100            Introduction to Science                                 5cr   NS   OFTEC 214         Advanced Office Applications                           4cr
                          SOC& 101           Intro to Sociology                                      5cr   SS   OFTEC 226         Business Taxation                                      5cr
                          SOC& 201           Social Problems                                         5cr   SS   OFTEC 256         Business Correspondence                                5cr
                          WELD 100-105       Welding Program Courses                                 6cr        OLRM 220          Human Relations in the Workplace                       3cr
                          WELD 125/126/127 Welding Refresher Lab                                 2/4/6cr   CE   PARED 115         Parent Education Cooperatives                          2cr   CE
                          WELD 190/191/192 Welding Special Projects                                  3cr        PHIL& 101         Intro to Philosophy                                    5cr H/SS
                                                                                                                PE-ED 104         Health Science                                         2cr   SS
                          oc shelton fall classes                                                               POLS& 101         Intro Political Science                                5cr   SS
                          ADESL               English for Speakers of Other Languages                      CE   PSYC& 100         General Psychology                                     5cr   SS
                          ADABE               Adult Basic Skills                                           CE   SCI 100           Introduction to Science                                5cr   NS
                          ACCT& 201           Prin of Accounting I                                  5cr         SOC& 101          Intro to Sociology                                     5cr   SS
                          ART 110             Design I                                              5cr     H   SOC 135           The Family                                             5cr   SS
                          BIOL& 175           Human Biology w/Lab                                   5cr    NS   SOC& 201          Social Problems                                        5cr   SS
                          BUS& 101            Intro to Business                                     5cr    SS   SPAN& 121         Spanish I                                              5cr    H
                          BMGMT 102           Introduction—International Business                   5cr         WELD 100-105      Welding Program Courses                                6cr
                          BMGMT 146           Entrepreneurship—Financial Analysis                   2cr         WELD 106          Welding Technical Orientation I                        5cr
                          BMGMT 149           Entrepreneurship—Marketing for Growth                 2cr         WELD 125/126/127 Welding Refresher Lab                              2/4/6cr    CE
                          BMGMT 181           Principles of Sales                                   5cr         WELD 190/191/192 Welding Special Projects                                3cr
                          BMGMT 183           Negotiations                                          5cr         WFT 021           Life Skills                                            3cr   CE
                          CHEM& 121           Intro to Chemistry                                    6cr    NS
                          CMST& 210
                          CMPTR 110
                                              Interpersonal Communicat
                                              Information Systems Concepts
                                                                                                    5cr
                                                                                                    5cr
                                                                                                            H
                                                                                                                        Welding Information Sessions 
                          CMPTR 111           Introduction to Operating Systems                     4cr           OC Bremerton (OCB), Shop 200: Thursday, June 4, 2009 6‐7pm 
                          CMPTR 115           Introduction to the Internet                          3cr           OC Shelton (OCS), Palmer Center: Thursday, June 4, 2009 5‐6 pm 
                          CMPTR 122           Applications for IT Professionals                     4cr           Everything you want to know about starting the Welding program  
                          CMPTR 127           Intro to Microsoft Word 2007                          1cr           at OC. Meet the instructor, learn about courses and what tools and 
                          CMPTR 128           Introduction to MS Excel 2007                         1cr           equipment you need to start spring quarter. It’s not too late to start 
                                                                                                                  a career in welding! If you have questions, please contact:  
                          CMPTR 130           Introduction to Personal Computers                    1cr
                                                                                                                   
                          CMPTR 137           Intro to MS PowerPoint 2007                           1cr                                                   a
                                                                                                                  Al Kitchens, OCB faculty 360.475.7312   kitchens@olympic.edu 
                          CMPTR 150           Survey/Microcomputing—Personal Cmptr                  4cr           Kevin Snell, OCB faculty 360.475.7395  ksnell@olympic.edu  
                          CO-OP 120           Transition to Work                                    3cr    CE     Chris Hobson, OCS faculty 360.432.9555 chobson@olympic.edu 
                          CJ& 106             Juvenile Justice                                      5cr    SS
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                                                                                   PEFSP 140        Beginning Yoga                             (OCB)           2cr
      Quick reference – evening and                                                POLS& 101        Intro Political Science                    (OCB)           5cr          SS
                                                                                   PNURS 108        Clinical Pharmacology                      (OCS)           1cr
      weekend - all sites                                                          PSYC& 100        General Psychology                         (OCP*, Bangor) 5cr           SS
                                                                                   SCI 100          Introduction to Science                    (OCP, OCS)      5cr          NS
                                                                                   SOC& 101         Intro to Sociology                         (OCB, OCP, OCS) 5cr          SS
evening and weekend summer classes                                                 SOC& 201         Social Problems                            (OCB, OCP, OCS) 5cr          SS
* meets on a saturday and/or sunday                                                WELD 100-105     Welding Program Courses                    (OCB)           6cr
ADESL           English for Speakers of Other Languages (OCB, OCP, OCS)       CE   WELD 125/126/127 Welding Refresher Lab                      (OCB)       2/4/6cr          CE
ADABE           Adult Basic Skills                   (OCB)                    CE
ASL& 121        Am Sign Language I                   (OCP)              5cr    H   evening and weekend fall classes
ASL& 122        Am Sign Language II                  (OCB)              5cr    H   * meets on a saturday and/or sunday
ASL& 123        Am Sign Language III                 (OCB)              5cr    H
ART 106         Drawing I                            (OCP)              5cr    H   ADESL              English for Speakers of Other Languages (OCB, OCP, OCS)               CE
ASTRO 101       Introduction to Astronomy            (OCB)              5cr   NS   ADABE              Adult Basic Skills                            (OCB, OCP, OCS)         CE
AUT-T 101       Intro Auto Tech Systems/Service      (OCB)              3cr   CE   ASL& 121           Am Sign Language I                           (OCB)              5cr    H
AUT-T 171       Basic Car Repair                     (OCB)              3cr        ART& 100           Art Appreciation                             (OCP)              5cr    H
                                                                                   ART 106            Drawing I                                    (OCB)              5cr    H




                                                                                                                                                                                 Quick reference classes
AVIAT 111       Private Pilot Ground School          (Brem. Airport*) 5cr
AVIAT 216       Instrument Pilot Ground School       (Brem. Airport) 5cr           ART 125/225/226 Ceramics I, II, III                             (OCB)              5cr H/SP
BIOL& 160       General Biology w/Lab                (OCB)              5cr   NS   ART 136            Photography I                                (OCB)              5cr    H
BIOL& 260       Microbiology                         (OCB)              5cr   NS   ASTRO 101          Introduction to Astronomy                    (OCB)              5cr   NS
BUS& 201        Business Law                         (OCB, OCP, OCS) 5cr           AUT-T 101          Intro to Auto Tech Systems/Service (OCB)                        3cr   CE
BMGMT 145       Business Ethics                      (OCB*, OCP*, OCS*) 2cr        AUT-T 171          Basic Car Repair                             (OCB)              3cr
BMGMT 147       Human Resource Management            (OCB*, OCS*) 2cr              AVIAT 101          Aviation Fundamentals                        (OCB)              3cr
BMGMT 170       Client/Customer Relations            (OCB, OCP, OCS) 2cr           AVIAT 111          Private Pilot Ground School (Brem. Airport-Eve & Sa*) 5cr
BMGMT 181       Principles of Sales                  (OCB, OCP, OCS) 5cr           AVIAT 216          Instrument Pilot Ground School               (Brem. Airport) 5cr
CHEM& 131       Intro to Organic/Biochem             (OCB)              6cr   NS   BIOL 104           Plant Biology                                (OCB)              5cr   NS
CMST& 220       Public Speaking                      (OCB)              5cr    H   BIOL& 175          Human Biology w/Lab                          (OCP)              5cr   NS
CMPTR 118       Internetworking II                   (OCB*)             4cr        BIOL 201           Majors Biology I                             (OCB)              5cr   NS
CMPTR 122       Applications for IT Professionals    (OCB, OCP, OCS) 4cr           BIOL& 241/242 Human A & P 1, 2                                  (OCB)              6cr   NS
CMPTR 126       Intro to Microsoft Publisher         (OCB*)             1cr        BUS& 101           Intro to Business                            (OCB, OCP, OCS) 5cr      SS
CMPTR 127       Intro to Microsoft Word 2007         (OCB*)             1cr        BMGMT 102          Intro-International Business                 (OCB, OCP, OCS) 5cr
CMPTR 128       Introduction to MS Excel 2007        (OCB*, OCP*) 1cr              BMGMT 140          Business & Personal Mathematics              (OCB)              5cr
CMPTR 130       Intro to Personal Computers          (OCB*, OCP*) 1cr              BMGMT 146          Entrepreneurship-Financial Analysis (OCB*, OCP*, OCS*) 2cr
CMPTR 137       Intro to MS PowerPoint 2007          (OCB*, OCP*) 1cr              BMGMT 149          Entrepreneurship-Marketing for Growth (OCB*, OCP*, OCS*) 2cr
CMPTR 150       Survey/Microcomputing-PCs            (OCB)              4cr        BMGMT 183          Negotiations                                 (OCB, OCP, OCS) 5cr
CMPTR 216       Internetworking IV                   (OCB)              4cr        CHEM& 121          Intro to Chemistry                           (OCB, OCS)         6cr   NS
DRMA 245-248    Screenwriting I, II, III, IV         (OCB)              5cr    H   CHEM& 139          General Chemistry Prep                       (OCB)              5cr   NS
ECON& 201       Micro Economics                      (OCB, OCP, OCS) 5cr      SS   CMST& 210          Interpersonal Communicat                     (OCB)              5cr    H
ENGR 170        Fundamentals of Materials Science (OCB)                 4cr        CMPTR 110          Information Systems Concepts                 (OCB, OCP, OCS) 5cr
ENGR 171        Materials Science Laboratory         (OCB)              1cr        CMPTR 112          Intro to Windows                             (OCB*)             1cr
ENGL 099        Reading & Writing Improvement        (OCP)              5cr        CMPTR 114          Intro to HTML                                (OCB*)             1cr
ENGL& 101       English Composition I                (OCB)              5cr        CMPTR 116          Internetworking I                            (OCB)              4cr
GEOG 102        Physical Geography                   (OCB)              5cr   NS   CMPTR 119/201 Internetworking III/Lab                           (OCB*)             5cr
GEOL& 208       Geology of Pacific NW                (OCP)              5cr   NS   CMPTR 126          Intro to Microsoft Publisher                 (OCB*)             1cr
HS 114          CDP Group Counseling                 (OCB)              3cr        CMPTR 127          Intro to Microsoft Word 2007                 (OCB*, OCP*, OCS*) 1cr
IMM 101         Intro to Integrated Multimedia       (OCB)              5cr        CMPTR 128          Intro to MS Excel 2007                       (OCB*, OCP*, OCS*) 1cr
MANU 130        Measurement, Tools, and Safety       (WST)              6cr        CMPTR 130          Intro to Personal Computers                  (OCB*, OCS*) 1cr
MANU 140        Planning, Drawing, & Technology      (WST)              5cr        CMPTR 131          Intro to MS Outlook                          (OCB*)             1cr
MATH 090        College Arithmetic                   (OCB)              5cr        CMPTR 137          Intro to MS PowerPoint 2007                  (OCB*, OCP*, OCS*) 1cr
MATH 094        Elementary Algebra                   (OCB, OCP)         5cr        CMPTR 139          Intro to MS Visio                            (OCB*)             1cr
MATH 099        Intermediate Algebra                 (OCB, OCP)         5cr        CMPTR 150          Survey/Microcomputing-PCs                    (OCB)              4cr
MATH& 107       Math in Society                      (OCB)              5cr   NS   CMPTR 236-238/201 Information System Security I, II, III/Lab (OCB)                 5cr
MATH& 141       Precalculus I: Algebra               (OCB)              5cr   NS   CMPTR 290/201 Microsoft LAN Administration I/Lab                (OCB)              5cr
MATH& 142       Precalculus II: Trig                 (OCB)              5cr   NS   CJ& 106            Juvenile Justice                             (OCB, OCS)         5cr   SS
MATH& 146       Introduction to Stats                (OCP)              5cr   NS   CJ& 110            Criminal Law                                 (OCB, OCS)         5cr
MUSC 133/233    Beginning/Intermediate Class Piano (OCB)                2cr H/SP   ECE 101, 151, 201 Practicum I, II, III                          (OCB) 3/2-6/5cr          CE
OLRM 150        Improving Human Effectiveness        (OCB*)             2cr        ECE 120            Intro Childcare—Integrated                   (OCB*)             2cr
OLRM 220        Human Relations in the Workplace (OCB)                  3cr        ECE 164            Mathematics for Early Childhood Ed           (OCB)              5cr
PE-ED 109       Basic CPR                            (OCB*, OCP*, OCS*) 1cr        ECE 173            Art and Creative Activities                  (OCB)              3cr
PE-ED 110       Basic First Aid                      (OCB*, OCP*, OCS*) 1cr        ENGR& 114          Engineering Graphics                         (OCB)              4cr
PEFSP 106/206   Golf                                 (Gold Mtn.)        1cr        ENGL 091/GEN-S 099 Reading & Writing/Intro College Study Skills (OCB)              7cr

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                          ENGL 093             Developing Skills in English                   (OCB, OCS)   5cr           PE-RD 147/247    Ballroom/Swing Dance                   (OCB)           1cr
                          ENGL 098/GEN-S 100   Reading & Writing/Strategies for Academic Success (OCB)     7cr           PE-RD 170        Backpacking and Survival               (OCB)           3cr
                          ENGL 099             Reading & Writing Improvement         (OCB, OCP)            5cr           PE-RD 175        Basic Rock Climbing                    (OCB Eve & Sa*) 1cr
                          ENGL& 101            English Composition I              (OCB, OCP Eve & Sa*)     5cr           POLS& 101        Intro Political Science                (OCB)           5cr   SS
                          ENGL& 102            Composition II                        (OCB)                 5cr           PSYC& 100        General Psychology                     (OCP*)          5cr   SS
                          ENGL& 235            Technical Writing                     (OCB)                 5cr           SCI 100          Introduction to Science                (OCP)           5cr   NS
                          ENVS 100             Environmental Careers                 (OCB)                 1cr           SOC& 101         Intro to Sociology                     (OCB, OCP, OCS) 5cr   SS
                          F-FS 112             Fundamentals of Emergency Medicine (KRC Eve & Sa*)          2cr           SOC 109          Family Abuse and Neglect               (OCB)           3cr   SS
                          F-FS 200             Emergency Medical Technician          (KRC Eve & Sa*)       6cr      CE   SOC& 201         Social Problems                        (OCB, OCP, OCS) 5cr   SS
                          GEN-S 101            Orientation to College                (OCB*, OCS*)          1cr           SPAN& 121        Spanish I                              (OCB, OCP, OCS) 5cr    H
                          GEOG 101             Intro to Geography                    (OCB)                 5cr NS/SS     TEC-D 116        Computational Techniques/Technicians   (OCB)           4cr
                          GEOG 207             Intro to Economic Geography           (OCB)                 5cr      SS   TEC-D 150        Introduction to GIS                    (OCB)           4cr
                          GEOL& 101            Intro Physical Geology                (OCS)                 5cr      NS   TEC-D 200        Intro to Computer-Aided Design         (OCB)           4cr
                          GEOL& 103            Historical Geology                    (OCB)                 5cr      NS   TEC-D 205        Engineering Tech Project Planning      (OCB)           4cr
                          HIST& 116            Western Civilization I                (OCB)                 5cr      SS   WELD 100-105     Welding Program Courses                (OCB)           6cr
                          HS 110               Diversity, Ethics & Professionalism (OCB*)                  3cr           WELD 106/107     Welding Technical Orientation I, II    (OCB)           5cr
                          HS 115               Adolescent Addiction & Treatment (OCB)                      2cr           WELD 125/126/127 Welding Refresher Lab                  (OCB)       2/4/6cr   CE
Quick reference classes




                          HSSA& 101            Intro to Addictive Drugs              (OCB)                 5cr      SS
                          IMM 101              Intro to Integrated Multimedia        (OCB)                 5cr
                          IMM 120/220          Beginning/Intermediate Photoshop (OCB)                      5cr
                          IMM 137              Intermediate Digital Photography (OCB)                      5cr
                          IMM 154              Electronic Music Foundations          (OCB)                 5cr           NEW!
                                                                                                                         NEW!         Manufacturing Information Sessions 
                          IMM 155              Electronic Music—Intermediate         (OCB)                 5cr
                          JAPN& 121            Japanese I                            (OCP)                 5cr       H    West Sound Tech, room 223: Friday, Aug. 21, 2009 at 1 pm 
                          MATH 089             Essential Mathematics                 (OCB, OCS)            5cr            West Sound Tech, room 223: Thursday, Sept. 10, 2009 at 5:30 pm 
                          MATH 090             Prealgebra                            (OCB, OCS)            5cr            Everything you want to know about starting the Manufacturing 
                          MATH 094             Elementary Algebra                    (OCB, OCP, OCS)       5cr            Technology  program offered by OC! Meet the instructor, learn about 
                          MATH 099             Intermediate Algebra                  (OCB, OCP, OCS)       5cr            course offerings and employment opportunities, as well as tools and 
                                                                                                                          equipment you need to start your classes. Information on financial 
                          MATH& 107            Math in Society                       (OCP)                 5cr      NS    assistance will also be available. 
                          MATH& 141            Precalculus I: Algebra                (OCB)                 5cr      NS    For more information, contact:  
                          MATH& 151            Calculus I                            (OCB)                 5cr      NS
                                                                                                                          Chris Gallagher  360.475.7676 or cgallagher2@olympic.edu 
                          MEDA 160             Medical Terminology I                 (OCB)                 3cr
                          MEDA 220             Phlebotomy: Introduction              (OCB)                 6cr
                          MUSC 189             Intro to Jazz History                 (OCP, OCS)            5cr       H
                          MUSC 117/217         Symphony Orchestra                    (OCB)                 1cr CE,H/SP
                          MUSC 133/233
                          MUSC 136/236
                                               Beginning/Intermediate Class Piano (OCB)
                                               Class Guitar                          (OCB)
                                                                                                           2cr H/SP
                                                                                                           2cr H/SP
                                                                                                                            SAINT MARTIN’S UNIVERSITY 
                          MUSC 144/244         Wind Ensemble                         (OCB)                 2cr CE,H/SP    Saint Martin’s University offers a degree 
                          MUSC 157/158         Recording Techniques I, II            (OCB)                 5cr H/SP       completion program in mechanical                  Bachelor of  
                          OFTEC 110            Beginning Keyboarding                 (OCB, OCS)            3cr            engineering at OC Bremerton.  
                          OFTEC 111            Data Entry Skill Building             (OCB, OCS)            3cr             
                                                                                                                                                                            Science Degree 
                          OFTEC 112            Document Formatting                   (OCS)                 3cr            For more information, contact George Stevens 
                                                                                                                          Telephone: 360.475.7686 
                                                                                                                                                                            in Mechanical 
                          OFTEC 115            Speed and Accuracy Keyboarding        (OCB, OCS)            3cr
                          OFTEC 121            Practical Accounting                  (OCB)                 5cr            Email: GeorgeStevens@stmartin.edu                 Engineering  
                          OFTEC 123            Payroll Accounting                    (OCB, OCP, OCS)       5cr               www.stmartin.edu 
                          OFTEC 124            Electronic Printing Calculators       (OCS)                 2cr
                          OFTEC 141            MS Word Specialist                    (OCS)                 4cr
                          OFTEC 152            MS Excel Specialist                   (OCS)                 4cr
                          OFTEC 162            General Office Procedures             (OCB, OCP, OCS)       4cr
                          OFTEC 170            Records & Database Management (OCB, OCP, OCS)               5cr
                          OFTEC 214            Advanced Office Applications          (OCS)                 4cr
                                                                                                                                         EXPANDED ELECTRONICS PROGRAM
                          OFTEC 256            Business Correspondence               (OCB, OCP, OCS)       5cr            SHORT CERTIFICATES AND COURSES ON
                          OLRM 105             Appreciating Diversity                (OCB*)                1cr      CE    USB DRIVE ARE HERE!
                          OLRM 110             Apprenticeship Career Planning        (OCB*)                3cr            Looking for a new career? Electronics graduates have
                          OLRM 150             Improving Human Effectiveness         (OCB*)                2cr            little trouble finding employment in our local area.
                                                                                                                          Labor market demand for workers with electronics
                          OLRM 220             Human Relations in the Workplace (OCB)                      3cr            training remains strong due to the local military
                          PE-ED 104            Health Science                        (OCB, OCP, OCS)       2cr      SS    presence, the growing marine technical industry and
                          PE-ED 109            Basic CPR                             (OCB*, OCP*)          1cr            the demand for consumer electronics.
                          PE-ED 110            Basic First Aid                       (OCB*, OCP*)          1cr            For more information, call Michael Szymkewicz
                                                                                                                          at 360-475-7375 or msymkewicz@olympic.edu.
                          PEFSP 106/206        Golf                                  (Gold Mtn.)           1cr
                          PEFSP 120/220        SCUBA Diving                          (OCB)                 2cr
                          PEFSP 140            Beginning Yoga                        (OCB)                 2cr

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         continuing education non-credit classes
continuing education summer/fall                                                                                                                 summer classes
non-credit classes for kitsap and                                                                                                         continuing studies – kitsap county
mason counties                                                                                                                                                            Business essentials
in this Section:                                                                                                                           CNSMB 001           HOW TO START yOUR BUSINESS
Kitsap county                                                                                                                             Starting a business—this is the information you need. This session explores the
Continuing Studies ............................................................................................................ 71-72     basic issues involved in starting your own business including starting from scratch,
Community Enrichment ..................................................................................................... 72-73          business management skills and elements of the business plan.
mason county                                                                                                                              1:00p- 4:00p           M 6/8 NDGC*                            $49 Riedrich R                     9980
Continuing Studies ................................................................................................................. 73   8:00a-11:00a           Th 7/16 NDGC*                          $49 Riedrich R                     9981
Community Enrichment .......................................................................................................... 73        1:00p- 4:00p           Th 8/20 NDGC*                          $49 Riedrich R                     9982
early Fall classes – All Sites .................................................................. 73-74                                     *NDGC = 4th floor meeting room, Norm Dicks Gov’t Ctr, 345 - 6th St., Bremerton 360.307.4220

                                                                                                                                                                                   computer
how to register for continuing
education classes                                                                                                                          CNCMP 031           MS ExCEL 2007: WORKSHEETS
                                                                                                                                          Using MS Excel 2007, students will learn the basics of this spreadsheet program.
Complete the Continuing Education Registration form on page 75. Send                                                                      Students will enter data and navigate in a worksheet, work with ranges, movement
it to Olympic College or register by phone or in person.                                                                                  techniques, copying, moving data, modifying worksheets, etc.
       Continuing Education - Kitsap County                                                                                               Prerequisite: Basic Windows skills. FREE student manual included.
       OC Bremerton - 1600 Chester Ave, Bremerton                                                                                         5:00p- 9:00p MW 6/29,7/1 Brem-TEC 100               $115 Cain J C                                9933
       OC Poulsbo - 1000 Olympic College Place NW, Poulsbo                                                                                 CNCMP 032           MS ExCEL 2007: INTERMEDIATE
       Info: 360.475.7786                                                                                                                 Using MS Excel 2007, students will learn charting and organize data, create and
                                                                                                                                          modify chart sheets, modify embedded chart, format and autoformat, work with
       Registration
                                                                                                                                          graphic objects, sorting data, filtering and more.
       360.394.2725, 360.394.2732 FAX
                                                                                                                                          Prerequisite: CNCMP 031. FREE student manual included.




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  continuing ed non-credit classes
       In person: OC Poulsbo, OC Bremerton
                                                                                                                                          5:00p- 9:00p MW 7/13,7/15 Brem-TEC 100            $105 Cain J C                                  9934
       Continuing Education - Mason County                                                                                                 CNCMP 083           WEB PAGE DESIGN 1
       OC Shelton - 937 W Alpine Way, Shelton                                                                                             Learn the basics of web page development and publishing aspects of HTML.
       Info: 360.432.5400                                                                                                                 Students gain hands-on experience creating HTML tags, tag attributes, character
       Registration                                                                                                                       references and different types of hyperlinks. Construct your own web page and
       360.432.5400, 360.432.5412 FAX                                                                                                     publish it on the web. Hands-on class for students, families & business.
                                                                                                                                          Prerequisite: Basic computer skills and Internet usage skills.
       E-mail: ContinuingEd@olympic.edu                                                                                                   5:00p- 9:00p TTh 7/14,7/16 Brem-TEC 100              $125 Poole J                                9935
       www.olympic.edu/ContinuingEducation
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continuing education online                                                                                                                CNPRF 021           FLAGGING CERTIFICATION
In addition to the classes listed, Continuing Education also offers                                                                       Learn what it takes to become a flagger. Objectives include maximum protection
online classes at www.ed2go.com/occe. Learn in the comfort of your home                                                                   for employees and the public with minimum interference from vehicle/pedestrian
or office through 250 online zero-credit classes. Flexible and affordable,                                                                traffic, proper use of traffic control devices, and other flagger duties. Certification
online classes feature powerful, well-written lessons, instructor-led                                                                     test administered upon completion of class. (Must be 18 years of age or older.)
discussions, and interactive assignments in a variety of subjects. Try a                                                                  9:00a- 3:30p           Th 6/18      Brem-SHP 200              $65   Wiley D                      9951
no-cost demonstration class at www.educationtogo.com/demo.                                                                                9:00a- 3:30p           Sa 7/11      Brem-Rotunda              $65   Wiley D                      9950
Contact: 360.475.7786                                                                                                                     9:00a- 3:30p           Th 7/30      Brem-ENG 115A             $65   Miller R                     9952
                                                                                                                                          9:00a- 3:30p           Sa 8/8       Brem-HUM 105              $65   Miller R                     9953
                                                                                                                                            If you need to recertify as a Flagger, you must take this entire 6-hour course again and pass the
                                                                                                                                            exam. There is no alternative to recertification at this time.

      STUDY ABROAD IN SUMMER!                                                                                                                                      professional deVelopment
 OC       at    Cambridge University 
 Stay at Cambridge University, attend classes under                                                                                       ONLINE COURSES:
 Cambridge professors, study with over 1,000 students from                                                                                 Upon registration, or for more information, contact the Continuing
 nearly 40 countries, and earn up to 10 credits at OC!                                                                                     Education office at 360.475.7786 or continuinged@olympic.edu to gain
 Attend two- or four-week, mixed-subject programs in the                                                                                   access to your online classroom. Classes are convenient and start anytime.
 Humanities, or take your choice of two- or four-week,
 dedicated-subject programs in the Sciences, Literature,
                                                                                                                                           CNPRF 063           PROJECT MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE
 Shakespeare, History, Medieval Studies and Art.                                                                                          Project Management is one of the fastest growing skills used in healthcare,
                                                                                                                                          government and education. Expertise in project management is a source of
 For OC student information, call Dr. Tom Cameron at 360.475.7509, or send an e-mail to
 tcameron@olympic.edu                                                                                                                     security, prosperity and power to organizations as it creates streamlining to improve
                                                                                                                                          productivity. (40-hour course)
                  Affiliated with the Florida Consortium: http://global.usf.edu/studyabroad/cambridge/
                                                                                                                                          Online-in partnership with Gatlin Education Services $1495 TBA                                   9955
                                                                continuing education non-credit classes - kitsap: 360.475.7786 - mason: 360.432.5400

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                                    CNPRF 065         CERTIFIED BOOKKEEPER
                                   This nationally recognized bookkeeping online certification course and home
                                                                                                                                 community enrichment – kitsap county
                                   study training program for experienced bookkeepers leads to national certification                                           children and Youth
                                   with the American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB). All textbooks
                                   included. (80-hour course)                                                                     CECy 001            EDvENTURE LUNCH CLUB
                                   Online-in partnership with Gatlin Education Services $1795 TBA                       9956     Stay on campus for lunch between AM and PM Edventure programs during the
                                                                                                                                 same week. Edventure staff will be available for tours around campus, outdoor
                                    CNPRF 066         BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS ONLINE EDUCATION                                      access, and other fun activities! Bring your own non-perishable lunch daily.
                                   Designed to provide understanding concerning what bloodborne pathogens are
                                                                                                                                 For registered Edventure students participating in two Edventure programs during the
                                   and how to reduce risk of exposure both to oneself and others. OSHA and CDC
                                   guidelines are recommended.                                                                   same week.
                                   Online - in partnership with Prevention MD            $10 TBA                        9957     12:30p- 1:30p DAILY            Brem-BSC               $25 TBA                     9913
                                                                                                                                   Lunch hour for Edventure. Will be held indoors in the BSC cafeteria or outdoors, weather permitting.
                                    CNPRF 067         2-HOUR HIv/AIDS ONLINE EDUCATION
                                   Online course covers basic etiology and epidemiology of HIV, transmission and                  CECy 040            BEG/DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHy & GRAPHICS
                                   infection control, legal and ethical issues, and psychosocial issues. Designed for            Take digital photos and edit them while designing cool new graphics! learn what
                                   day-foster-adult care.                                                                        makes a good photo and practice getting your own perfect shots. then, add on the
                                   Online - in partnership with Prevention MD            $20 TBA                        9958     cool skill of image editing (adding color, shape, and light).
                                                                                                                                 Prerequisite: For kids entering grades 6-8. Must have an approved digital camera/cables.
                                    CNPRF 068         4-HOUR HIv/AIDS ONLINE EDUCATION                                           9:00a-12:30p DAILY 6/22-6/26 Brem-ART 113 $119 Ahrens T                             9914
                                   Online course covers basic etiology and epidemiology of HIV, transmission and
                                   infection control, legal and ethical issues in more detail than the 2-hour course. Designed    CECy 070            BEGINNING LEGO ROBOTICS
                                   for non-licensed healthcare providers, certain licensed providers and EMS.                    Participants will learn to design, build, operate, program, test and demonstrate their
                                   Online - in partnership with Prevention MD            $40 TBA                        9959     robots using kid-friendly LEGO RCX technology and Robolab software! Work
                                                                                                                                 with gears, wheels, motors, lights and much more doing hands-on activities.
                                    CNPRF 069         7-HOUR HIv/AIDS ONLINE EDUCATION
                                   Online course covers infection control, legal and ethical issues, and psychosocial            Prerequisite: Basic computer skills required. For kids entering grades 4-6. Must work
                                   issues. course also discusses testing, counseling, clinical manifestations and                well with a partner.
                                   treatment. Designed for most licensed healthcare providers.                                   1:30p- 5:00p DAILY 7/6-7/10 Brem-HUM 120 $119 TBA                                   9916
                                   Online - in partnership with Prevention MD            $70 TBA                        9960     1:30p- 5:00p DAILY 7/13-7/17 Brem-HUM 120 $119 TBA                                  9917
                                                                                                                                 1:30p- 5:00p DAILY 8/3-8/7 Brem-HUM 120 $119 TBA                                    9918
                                                                         mY turn
                                                                                                                                  CECy 072            INTERMEDIATE LEGO ROBOTICS
                                    A variety of classes for those who are ready to focus on what they want in
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                                                                                                                                 Now that you have the skills to design, build, and operate a robot, challenge yourself
                                    personal enrichment and professional development.                                            further by building complex programs to maneuver your robot around an obstacle
                                    CNSNR 065         I’vE TURNED THE COMPUTER ON-NOW WHAT?                                      course, make your robot dance, and more! Participants will work with partners.
                                   What does the mouse do? This hands-on class is an overview of the hardware                    Prerequisite: For kids entering grades 4-6. Lego RCX and Robolab software or CECY 070
                                   and mouse basics. Appropriate for those wanting a more relaxed, more personal,                experience required.
                                   approach to learning. (Formerly CNCMP 003)                                                    1:30p- 5:00p DAILY 7/27-7/31 Brem-HUM 120 $119 TBA                               9919
                                   1:00p- 4:00p         F 6/26     Brem-ENG 114          $35 Poole J                    9970
                                                                                                                                  CECy 080            BEGINNING FLASH ANIMATION
                                    CNSNR 066         WINDOWS FOR ABSOLUTE BEGINNERS                                             Expand your web design skills with this class using Flash software. You’ll learn
                                   You’ve mastered the basics of using your computer’s hardware! Now, learn how to               how to animate your web site using 2-D animation. This course covers layers, text,
                                   open and close programs, print, save to a floppy disk or CD, and save documents               banners, morphing, animating, motion guide, drawing, sound and more!
                                   onto a CD. Make your computer work for you!                                                   Prerequisite: For kids entering grades 6-8. Basic computer skills and knowledge.
                                   Prerequisite: CNSNR 065 or permission of instructor required.                                 9:00a-12:30p DAILY 7/20-7/24 Brem-ART 113 $119 Ahrens T                          9920
                                   1:00p- 4:00p        F 7/10 Brem-ENG 114              $35 Poole J                     9971
                                                                                                                                  CECy 082            INTERMEDIATE FLASH ANIMATION
                                    CNSNR 067         INTRO TO MS WORD                                                           Create several 2-D animation projects to add “flash” to your web site or just for fun!
                                   An introduction to MS Word designed specifically for those age fifty and up. The              Projects could include creating an interactive e-card, mini-film, and even a game!
                                   students will learn how to use this word processing program for simple documents,             Prerequisite: For kids entering grades 6-8. Beginning Flash Animation (CECY 080) required.
                                   such as editing, formatting, tabs, saving files, retrieving files, tables and more!           9:00a-12:30p DAILY 8/3-8/7 Brem-ART 113                 $119 Ahrens T                  9921
                                   Prerequisite: CNSNR 066 or permission of instructor required.
                                   1:00p- 4:00p        F 7/24 Brem-ENG 114              $35 Poole J                     9972      CECy 084            NEW! 3-D ANIMATION WITH MAyA
                                                                                                                                 Learn to make models and animate much like Dreamworks animated movies! All
                                    CNSNR 068         INTERMEDIATE MS WORD                                                       you need is basic computer skills in order to participate!
                                   Create personal stationery, a holiday-themed letter and other personal documents
                                   by inserting pictures, experimenting with fonts and colors, WordArt, and more!                Prerequisite: Entering grades 9-12. Basic computer skills required.
                                                                                                                                 9:00a-12:30p DAILY 7/27-7/31 Brem-SHP 114 $119 George L                                         9922
                                   Prerequisite: CNSNR 067 or permission of instructor required.
                                   1:00p- 4:00p        F 8/7     Brem-ENG 114           $35 Poole J                     9973      CECy 086            NEW! MUSIC vIDEO PRODUCTION
                                                                                                                                 Make a music video using a song of your choice! Program will cover shooting your
                                                                                                                                 music video footage and editing. Songs must be approved by instructor.
                                                                                                                                 Prerequisite: Entering grades 8-12. Basic computer skills required.
                                                                                                                                 9:00a-12:30p DAILY 8/3-8/7 Brem-MSI 002             $119 George L                               9923




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 CECy 090            BEGINNING WEB DESIGN
Create your own cool web site! Working with the same software professionals use,
                                                                                                        community enrichment – mason county
learn how to add content, images, navigation, links, tables, sound, pop-ups and                                                         children and Youth
image maps that will give you a voice on the Web.
Prerequisite: For kids entering grades 6-8. Basic computer skills and knowledge.                         CECy 070             BEGINNING LEGO ROBOTICS
9:00a-12:30p DAILY 7/13-7/17 Brem-ENG 114 $119 Baggs K                           9924                   Participants will learn to design, build, operate, program, test and demonstrate their
                                                                                                        robots using kid-friendly LEGO RCX technology and Robolab software! Work
 CECy 092            INTERMEDIATE WEB DESIGN                                                            with gears, wheels, motors, lights and much more doing hands-on activities.
Continue using professional software to expand your basic web site to create                            Prerequisite: Basic computer skills required. For kids entering grades 4-6. Must work
something that is as complex and original as you!
                                                                                                        well with a partner.
Prerequisite: For kids entering grades 6-8. CECY 090 Beginning Web Design.                              1:30p- 5:00p DAILY 7/20-7/24 Shel-OCS 107 $119 TBA                                  7916
9:00a-12:30p DAILY 7/27-7/31 Brem-ENG 114 $119 Baggs K                                           9925
                                                                                                                                            leisure actiVities
                                   leisure actiVities
 CELEI 020           RIvER RAFTING—NISQUALLy RIvER FLOAT                                                 CELEI 022            NEW! WA STATE APPROvED BOATING
No experience is necessary for this leisurely float on the historic river that served                   Be prepared for the new regulations on mandatory boater safety education with this
as a pathway to Indians and settlers. Follow meandering river channels through a                        NASBLA/Washington State approved course, which covers boating equipment,
flood plain of unsurpassed natural beauty and view wildlife along the riverbanks!                       trip planning and preparation, marine environment, boat operations, emergency
                                                                                                        preparedness.
Prerequisite: Minimum age: 6 years. Call 360-394-2702 for details. Transportation is                    8:00a- 4:30p           Sa 7/25 Shel-PB 002                      $69 Karch J                         7921
NOT provided. Lunch is included.
12:00p- 4:30p       Su 8/30 ARR                    $81 Amundson R                9928                    CELEI 027            COASTAL NAvIGATION FOR BOATERS
                                                                                                        Navigation in the Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, Canadian Gulf Islands, and
 CELEI 021           SKAGIT WHITEWATER RAFTING                                                          Washington coastal areas. Learn dead reckoning, position fixing, nautical charts,
The upper Skagit River is a relaxing calm water float devoted to scenery so magnificent                 compass use, tides, currents and trip planning for sailboats and powerboats.
it earned a place in the National Wild and Scenic River System. View wildlife along                     Prerequisite: Knowledge of basic navigation is helpful but not necessary.
the banks and ride a quarter of a mile, Class III, section of whitewater.
                                                                                                        8:30a- 2:00p Sa 8/1,8/8        Shel-PB 002          $119 Karch J                                    7923
Prerequisite: Minimum age 6 years. Transportation NOT provided. Lunch included.
11:00a- 3:00p       Su 7/19 ARR                    $81 Amundson R               9929                     CELEI 034            BUyING AND SELLING ON CRAIGS LIST
11:00a- 3:00p       Sa 8/1 ARR                     $81 Amundson R               9930                    Are you looking for great bargains or are you trying to sell all those bargains you
                                                                                                        bought last year? Craig’s List might be your answer. Come learn how to buy and
 CELEI 022           NEW! WA STATE APPROvED BOATING                                                     sell effectively and safely on this easy to use, on-line classified site.




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Be prepared for the new regulations on mandatory boater safety education with this                      9:30a- 2:00p           Sa 7/18 Shel-OCS 107                     $49 Morgan D                        7925
NASBLA/Washington State approved course, which covers boating equipment,                                  Please bring an item you wish to sell, a credit card and either a picture on a disk or their camera with
trip planning and preparation, marine environment, boat operations, emergency                             the cord. Students are required to know how to access their home e-mail from the classroom computer.
preparedness.
8:30a- 5:00p           Sa 6/27 Brem-ENG 116                   $69 Karch J                        9931    CELEI 078            THE ART OF WINE TASTING
                                                                                                        Wine is a vital and exciting part of many varied cultures and cuisines. Discussions
 CELEI 027           COASTAL NAvIGATION FOR BOATERS                                                     will include (but are not limited to) classification, evaluation, tips on buying and
Navigation in the Puget Sound, San Juan Islands, Canadian Gulf Islands, and                             storing and how to deal with wine snobbery. Cost includes wine tasting.
Washington coastal areas. Learn dead reckoning, position fixing, nautical charts,                       Prerequisite: Must be at least 21 to register and attend. Must present valid photo ID in
compass use, tides, currents and trip planning for sailboats and powerboats.
                                                                                                        order to enter classroom.
Prerequisite: Knowledge of basic navigation is helpful but not necessary.                               1:00p- 4:00p         Sa 6/27 Shel-TJL 108              $29 Culligan J                7927
8:30a- 3:00p Sa 7/11,7/18 Brem-ENG 116              $119 Karch J                                 9932

continuing studies – mason county                                                                               early fall classes - all sites
                                Business essentials
                                                                                                                                                   flagging
 CNSMB 001           HOW TO START yOUR BUSINESS
Starting a business--this is the information you need. This session explores the                         CNPRF 021            FLAGGING CERTIFICATION
basic issues involved in starting your own business including starting from scratch,                    Learn what it takes to become a flagger. Objectives include maximum protection
business management skills and elements of the business plan.                                           for employees and the public with minimum interference from vehicle/pedestrian
1:00p- 4:00p           T 7/7        Shel-PB 001               $49 Riedrich R                     7911   traffic, proper use of traffic control devices, and other flagger duties. Certification
                                                                                                        test administered upon completion of class. (Must be 18 years of age or older.)
                                          flagging                                                      9:00a- 3:30p           Sa 9/12 Shelton-OCS 116                  $65 Pollard A                       7902
                                                                                                          If you need to recertify as a Flagger, you must take this entire 6-hour course again and pass the
 CNPRF 021           FLAGGING CERTIFICATION                                                               exam. There is no alternative to recertification at this time.
Learn what it takes to become a flagger. Objectives include maximum protection
for employees and the public with minimum interference from vehicle/pedestrian
traffic, proper use of traffic control devices, and other flagger duties. Certification
test administered upon completion of class. (Must be 18 years of age or older.)
9:00a- 3:30p           Sa 7/11 Shel-OCS 116                   $65 Pollard A                      7901
9:00a- 3:30p           Sa 8/8 Shel-OCS 116                    $65 Pollard A                      7903
  If you need to recertify as a Flagger, you must take this entire 6-hour course again and pass the
  exam. There is no alternative to recertification at this time.




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                                    CECy 001            EDvENTURE LUNCH CLUB
                                   Stay on campus for lunch between AM and PM Edventure programs during the
                                   same week. Edventure staff will be available for tours around campus, outdoor                            (cont. from pg. 3)
                                   access, and other fun activities! Bring your own non-perishable lunch daily.
                                   For registered Edventure students participating in two Edventure programs during the                     OC Student Brigid Lohman
                                   same week.                                                                                               I AM...pre-med major, comic-strip artist, OC running
                                   12:30p- 1:30p DAILY 8/17-8/21 Poulsbo-OCP 116 $25 TBA                             8913                   start & high school student
                                     Lunch hour for Edventure. Will be held indoors in the OCP cafeteria or outdoors, weather permitting.
                                                                                                                                            who has been your favorite instructor at oc?
                                    CECy 017            NEW! EDvENTURE—BOOK ARTS
                                   Participants will have an opportunity to learn the process involved in creating a variety                I have genuinely enjoyed most of my classes at Olympic College. My favorite
                                   of fabulous books, i.e., journals or gifts for recording dreams and aspirations. Week                    professor has been Ted Baldwin, who I was lucky to have for Inorganic
                                   will include creation of one first edition to share with group at end of week.                           Chemistry and its accompanying lab. During the first class session, he
                                   Prerequisite: Entering grades 4 through 6.                                                               demonstrated the difference between a physical and a chemical change by
                                   1:30p-5:00p DAILY 8/17-8/21 Poulsbo-OCP 107 $119 TBA                                           8910      zooming around the room, pouring water on tabletops, and chewing up the
                                                                                                                                            front row’s papers. That’s one class I’ll never forget.
                                    CECy 018            NEW! EDvENTURE—CREATIvE CREATIONS
                                   Participants will create a variety of masks and puppets from a variety of culture,                       what activities have you been involved in?
                                   culminating in performances that will bring learning to life.
                                                                                                                                            When I enrolled at Olympic College, I began attending meetings of the Math
                                   Prerequisite: Entering grades 9 through 12.                                                              Club. At the end of the year, I was asked to serve as President. I’ve been
                                   9:00a-12:30p DAILY 8/17-8/21 Poulsbo-OCP 107 $119 TBA                                          8911      involved in planning fundraisers, fieldtrips, and projects. As President of the
                                    CECy 019            NEW! EDvENTURE—ExPLORING GUITAR                                                     Math Club, I noticed that the Engineering Club was inactive. I collaborated
                                   Join intermediate guitarists and bass players to explore different styles of rock and                    with ex-members and the past advisor to combine the two clubs into one
                                   blues. Students play in groups to enhance rhythm and solo techniques. Performance                        with double the resources and the ability to do more projects. It was through
                                   on Friday will showcase learning.                                                                        my service with the Math and Engineering Club that I became involved as a
                                   1:30p-5:00p DAILY 8/17-8/21 Poulsbo-OCP 221 $119 TBA                            8912                     Student-at-Large with both ASOC (student government) Budget Committee and
                                                                                                                                            the college’s Technology Advisory Committee.
                                    CECy 040            BEG/DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHy & GRAPHICS
                                   Take digital photos and edit them while designing cool new graphics! learn what                          what are your hobbies?
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                                   makes a good photo and practice getting your own perfect shots. then, add on the
                                   cool skill of image editing (adding color, shape, and light).                                            A friend on the staff of the Olympian (OC’s student newspaper) encouraged
                                                                                                                                            me to submit my original comic strips to the paper. They were published, and
                                   Prerequisite: For kids entering grades 6-8. Must have an approved digital camera/cables.                 the Olympian will be finishing out the year using my comics!
                                   9:00a-12:30p DAILY 8/17-8/21 Poulsbo-OCP 108 $119 Baggs K                           8914
                                    CECy 070            BEGINNING LEGO ROBOTICS                                                             how do you volunteer in the community?
                                   Participants will learn to design, build, operate, program, test and demonstrate their                   I’ve worked with my former teachers to advance literacy and provide
                                   robots using kid-friendly LEGO RCX technology and Robolab software! Work                                 enrichment programs for gifted children. I organized a weekly reading and
                                   with gears, wheels, motors, lights and much more doing hands-on activities.                              analysis group for gifted third-graders so they would get some advanced
                                   Prerequisite: Basic computer skills required. For kids entering grades 4-6. Must work                    reading material and guidance in concept interpretation. It was important
                                   well with a partner.                                                                                     to me to provide enrichment for the strong students because I would have
                                   1:30p- 5:00p DAILY 8/17-8/21 Poulsbo-OCP 109 $119 TBA                              8916                  benefited from such a program. All students deserve to be challenged.
                                   9:00a-12:30p DAILY 8/17-8/21 Poulsbo-OCP 109 $119 TBA                              8917
                                                                                                                                            what was your childhood like?
                                    CECy 090            BEGINNING WEB DESIGN
                                   Create your own cool web site! Working with the same software professionals use,                         As a child of enlisted military parents, I was taught to push past the limits most
                                   learn how to add content, images, navigation, links, tables, sound, pop-ups and                          people set for themselves. I was born overseas, the youngest of four daughters,
                                   image maps that will give you a voice on the Web.                                                        and my family spent the first three years of my life moving from base to base.
                                   Prerequisite: For kids entering grades 6-8. Basic computer skills and knowledge.                         My parents tried to have me advanced to first grade when I was in
                                   1:30p-5:00p DAILY 8/17-8/21 Poulsbo-OCP 108 $119 Baggs K                         8928                    kindergarten. They met resistance. In second grade, I tested as reading beyond
                                                                                                                                            a high school level. Again, there was resistance. After spending six years in a
                                                                                                                                            sub-par elementary school, my parents sent me to spend a year at a private
                                                                                                                                            boarding school in Virginia. Within two weeks at the school, I was advanced
                                   “Before coming to OC, I had                                                                              from sixth to seventh grade based on initial assessments.
                                                                                                                                            I returned after the one year to the school district my father was teaching in,
                                   never even considered                                                                                    instead of my home district. I found and took honors courses, as well as a
                                                                                                                                            few higher level courses that could count for college credit. Later, I entered the
                                   becoming a doctor. I didn’t                                                                              OC Running Start program at 15 years old. I’ve taken classes every quarter,
                                                                                                                                            including summer quarter. I plan to graduate at the end of spring quarter with
                                   know I possessed the drive…                                                                              an Associate in Arts and Sciences degree from OC and from high school. 

                                   but now I do!”                                                                                              Read Brigid's complete story online at
                                   – Brigid Lohman, OC student                                                                                     www.olympic.edu/iAMOC.
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                                                                                                                      non-credit                                           2009-2010
                                                                                                                   registration form                                    Summer                        Fall
                                                                                                                                                                        Winter                        Spring

           CONTINUING                                                                                                          EDUCATION
Student ID/SSN                                                                                                  Questions? ContinuingEd@olympic.edu
                                                                                                                 Birthday                      /                 /                         Male             Female
Name
Address
                                                                                                               Daytime Evening Phone                              –                      –
City                                                     Zip

                                                                                                                           Evening Phone                          –                      –
E-mail address
            Are you a U.S. Citizen?       Yes       No      NEW to OC (4)             CONTINUING Attended OC Last Quarter (1)                       FORMER Attended OC but not last quarter (2)

New Students
What is your reason for attending OC                 Are you a veteran?                                            Indicate race you consider yourself            Plan to attend
(Intent)?                                                Not a veteran (0)                                         to be (mark one or more boxes)                     One quarter (11)
 Improve job skills (J)                                  SE Asia Vet receiving educational benefits (1)              White (800)                                      One year (13)
 Personal enrichment (L)                                 SE Asia Vet NOT receiving educational benefits (3)          African American (872)                           Do not know (16)
 Undecided (X)                                           Spouse/dependent receiving educational benefits (5)         American Indian (597)
 Other (Y)                                               Other veteran receiving educational benefits (2)            Alaska Native (015)
                                                                                                                                                                  What is your current work status?
                                                         Other veteran NOT receiving educational                                                                      Full-time homemaker (11)
                                                                                                                     Native Hawaiian (653)
What is your long-term educational                       benefits (4)                                                                                                 Full-time (12)
                                                                                                                     Other Pacific Islander (681)
                                                                                                                                                                      Part-time (13)
goal (Purpose)?                                                                                                      Vietnamese (619)
                                                                                                                                                                      Unemployed (15)
 Take courses related to current/future work (11)    High School Graduate?      Yes   No   GED                       Filipino (608)
                                                     Last High School attended in WA?  Yes  No                       Chinese (605)
 Obtain a two year degree and then transfer (12)                                                                                                                  What is your highest level of education?
 High school diploma or GED (13)                     Last High School attended:                                      Korean (612)                                     Less than high school graduate (11)
 Explore career direction (14)                                                                                       Japanese (611)                                   High school graduate (13)




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 Personal enrichment (15)                                                                                            Other Asian (621)                                Other (90)
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                                                     Last college attended other than OC:                                                                         What is your family status?
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    If you have a disability that will require                                       Year                                                                             Without children (13)
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  contact Access Services at 360.475.7540
           to make arrangements.

                                                                                                                                      PAYMENT IS NOW DUE UPON REGISTRATION
 Item #                                         Class Title                                            Start Date                   Fee                        Easy! Ways to register
                                                                                                                                                                            Olympic College Poulsbo
                                                                                                                                                                            Student Services
                                                                                                                                                       Mail                 1600 Chester Ave
                                                                                                                                                                            Bremerton, WA 98337-1699
                                                                                                                                                                            Kitsap       360.394.2732
                                                                                                                                                       Fax                  Mason        360.432.5412

                                                                                                                                                                            Olympic College Bremerton
                                                                                                                                                                            Olympic College Poulsbo
                                                                                                                                                       Walk-in              Olympic College Shelton
                                                                                                                                                                            NBK – Bangor and Bremerton

                                                                                                                                                                            Kitsap           360.394.2725
                                                                                                                   Total                               Phone
                                                                                                                                                                            Mason            360.432.5400
                                                                                                                                                                            Mon - Thu,       8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                            Friday           8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Purchase Order/ Money Order /Check# ____________________________________________________________                                                                        Withdrawals / Refunds
                                                                                                                                                       Following applies whether student attends class or not:
                                                                                                                                                       Classes cancelled by the college…………………100%
                                                                                                                                                       Withdrawal requests at least 5 business days before
                                                                                                  Visa         Mastercard                              class start…………………………….……………..90%
                                                                                                                                                       Withdrawal requests less than 5 business days of class
                                                                                                                                                       start or after class start……………………………..0%
Expires:                                     Credit Validation #:
                                                                                                                                                              Appeals? E-mail ContinuingEd@olympic.edu
                                                                                                                                                       All withdrawal/transfer requests need to be made in writing.
                                                                                                                                                       Transfers at least 5 business days prior to start of class
Signature __________________________________________________ Date ________________                                                                     welcomed. Students are required to notify the
                                                                                                                                                       Continuing Education office if they are unable to attend
                                                                                                                                                       class, even if they have not paid. Students are not
Office Use Only               Registered ___________________                    By _____________________________________                               automatically dropped and may still be billed.


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              information
                     campus locations                              kitsap county emergency services
                                                                   readiness complex
              oc Bremerton                                         1211 Carver Street – Bremerton, WA
              1600 Chester Avenue, Bremerton, WA 98337             360.447.2040
              Campus Switchboard: 360.792.6050 or 1.800.259.6718
              360.475.7151 FAX                                     Email: ReadinessResponseInstitute@olympic.edu
              www.olympic.edu                                      www.olympic.edu/RRI

              Refer to page 4 for hours and information.
                                                                   physical therapist assistant program
                                                                   19351 8th Ave. NE, Suite 200 (Poulsbo Village)
              oc poulsbo                                           Poulsbo, WA 98370
              1000 Olympic College Place NW, Poulsbo, WA           360.779.4026
              360.394.2725, 360.394.2705 FAX
                                                                   Email: ocpta@olympic.edu
              Email: poulsbocampus@olympic.edu
              www.olympic.edu/Poulsbo
              Refer to page 66 for hours and information.          oc weld shop
                                                                   50 W Fredson Rd. (Bronze Works)
                                                                   Shelton, WA 98584
              oc shelton                                           360.432.9555
              937 W. Alpine Way, Shelton, WA
              360.432.5400, 360.432.5412 FAX
              E-mail: sheltoncampus@olympic.edu
              www.olympic.edu/Shelton                                     Business & community services
              Refer to page 67 for hours and information.
                                                                   continuing education
                                                                   Continuing Education - Kitsap County
                     distance learning                             OC Bremerton - 1600 Chester Ave, Bremerton
                                                                   OC Poulsbo - 1000 Olympic College Place NW, Poulsbo
                                                                   Info: 360.475.7786
              Haselwood Library – OC Bremerton
              360.475.7770 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7770            Continuing Education - Mason County
              E-mail: distancelearning@olympic.edu                 OC Shelton - 937 W Alpine Way, Shelton
              www.olympic.edu/DistanceLearning                     Info: 360.432.5400
              Refer to page 63 for additional information.         E-mail: continuinged@olympic.edu
                                                                   www.olympic.edu/ContinuingEducation


                     other oc locations                            small Business development center - oc
                                                                   Norm Dicks Government Center, Bremerton, WA
                                                                   345 Sixth Street, Suite 568
              oc at naval base kitsap Bangor and                   Bremerton WA 98337
              naval hospital Bremerton                             360.307.4220
              OC at NBK - Bangor                                   E-mail: sbdc@olympic.edu
              Trident Training Facility, G Wing, Rm 215            www.olympic.edu/SBDC
              2000 Thresher Ave.
information




              360.697.3656
                                                                   automotive service center
              OC at NBK - Bremerton                                1600 Warren Avenue, Bremerton, WA
              Navy College, Bldg 853, Rm 204                       360.475.7348
              2255 Cole Ave.                                       Email: automotive@olympic.edu
              360.377.8178                                         www.olympic.edu/Automotive
              Naval Hospital Bremerton
              1 Boone Rd
              Bremerton, WA                                        catering/food service
              360.377.8178                                         1600 Chester Avenue, Bremerton, WA
                                                                   360.475.7577 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7577
              E-mail: militaryed@olympic.edu                       Email: ngiovanni@olympic.edu
              www.olympic.edu/MilitaryEd
              Refer to page 66 for base access and information.
                                                                   customized training - Business
                                                                   1600 Chester Avenue, Bremerton, WA
                                                                   360.475.7786 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7786
                                                                   Email: customtraining@olympic.edu
                                                                   www.olympic.edu/students/learning/customizedtraining



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       Your right to know                                                               parking
Olympic College makes an effort to comply with all state and federal              OC Bremerton: Safety and Security/Parking, Bremer Student Center
report requirements of the Student Right-to-Know legislation of 1990;             360.475.7803 or 1.800.259.6718, Ext. 7803
the American with Disabilities Act of 1990; the Campus Security Act of
1990 (also known as the Clery Act); and the Civil Rights Act of 1991 and          There are five student parking lots at OC Bremerton, including the lot on
later (1998) Amendments. Information is collected and printed annually or         11th Street between Lincoln and Ohio. The parking spaces are clearly posted
biennially as required. It is available in printed form at the Bremerton campus   and striped with WHITE paint. With the exception of handicap and carpool
(College Service Center and the Bremer Student Center), Communications            spaces (which are reserved and enforced 24 hours a day, seven days a week),
Department, at Olympic College Shelton, the Olympic College office at             there is open parking in all lots after 4 p.m. year round.
the Bangor Education Center, and other locations for students. The same
information is available on the OC website within the Communications
Department pages. For details, see the following Dispatches:                      permits are required for students and
• Drug-Free Schools, Workplaces, and Communities                                  Visitors
• Safety and Security                                                             Visitor Permits
 • Athlete Completion Statistics                                                  Visitor permits can be obtained at the College Service Center at OC
In addition, the brochure, “Street Sense-It’s Elementary,” a guide to personal    Bremerton or the Safety and Security Office in the Bremer Student Center
safety awareness and reporting procedures, is recommended.                        at OC Bremerton.

Olympic College’s policy on discrimination and harassment is specific and
available in the following brochures:                                             Student Parking Permits
                                                                                  Student parking permits are required to park in all student lots at OC
• You Can Stop Racial Discrimination                                              Bremerton. OC Shelton parking passes can be obtained in the main office at
• You Can Stop Sex Discrimination                                                 OC Shelton. OC Poulsbo requires a parking permit, which can be obtained at
                                                                                  OC Poulsbo. Student permits and copies of OC parking rules and regulations
• You Can Stop Harassment & Discrimination Against Persons with                   are available at the Safety and Security Office at OC Bremerton. Students
  Disabilities                                                                    will need to show an Olympic College photo ID and vehicle registration to
                                                                                  obtain a permit.

       safety and security                                                        Faculty and Staff Parking
OC Bremerton: Bremer Student Center 360.475.7800 or 1.800.259.6718,               Posted faculty and staff parking lots are striped and numbered with
Ext. 7800                                                                         YELLOW paint.
The Office of Safety & Security is located in the upper level of the Bremer
Student Center and is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Besides          Handicap and Carpool Spaces
overall campus security, this office also provides numerous services aimed at     Handicap and carpool spaces are appropriately signed and available in all
enhancement of the personal safety, welfare and protection of property within     lots; parking in these spaces requires appropriate permits.
our campus community. Some of these services are listed below:
                                                                                  NOTE: Street parking adjacent to campus is controlled by the City of
• Personal safety advice - seminars                                               Bremerton and subject to all applicable city ordinances. Bicycle riders are
• Escort service from class to vehicle                                            required to honor all regulations pertaining to bicycle use and parking
                                                                                  on campus. Olympic College reserves the right to enforce all parking
• Lost and found                                                                  regulations. The drivers of all motorized vehicles must comply.
• Hazardous waste removal
• Emergency message delivery
• Environmental safety                                                                  emergency communications
• Victim assistance referral                                                      Olympic College notifies the media and posts messages on its website and




                                                                                                                                                                information
• Processing “unsafe condition” referrals                                         phone line in an emergency or when change in operations occur. To find out
                                                                                  more where to access information go to www.olympic.edu.
• Crime prevention consultation


emergency messages for students                                                         public transportation
Safety and Security personnel will deliver ONLY emergency messages to             Kitsap Transit 360.377.2877 or 1.800.501.7433
students on campus. Emergency means the message concerns serious illness,         Discount bus passes are available to students and can be purchased at the
death, accident, or a child care situation.                                       Cashier’s Office at the CSC (College Service Center, OC Bremerton).

                                                                                  Mason County Transit 360.427.5033 or 1.800.374.3747
                                                                                  All in-county transit is FREE; out of county is $1 each way.




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                information

                                                                                                                                 Student Entry & Advising Center (SEAC)..... 475.7230, Getadvice@olympic.edu
                        telephone directory                                                                                      Student Programs & Leadership Development ..... 475.7441, thartsfield@olympic.edu
              (Area Code 360)                                                                                                    Testing Center ........................................ 475.7238, testingcenter@olympic.edu
                                                                                                                                   • Testing Center Announcement Line ........................................... 475.7239
              oc Bremerton                                                                                                       Theater................................................................................................ 475.7529
              Access Services ......................................475.7540, accessservices@olympic.edu                         Tutorial Services .............................................. 475.7546, shawks@olympic.edu
              Adaptive Technology ........................................475.7510, isindel@olympic.edu                          Veterans Services ............................... 475.7560, VeteranServices@olympic.edu
              Admissions .................................................... 475.7479, prospect@olympic.edu                     VP of Instruction (interim) .........................475.7401, mgarguile@olympic.edu
               • New Student Info ................................. 475.7479, , prospect@olympic.edu                             VP of Student Services .................................. 475.7474, mstjohn@olympic.edu
              Adult Education ................................................................................. 475.7550         Women’s Programs & College Success ........ 475.7478, ladamson@olympic.edu
              Apprenticeship Education Office ....................................................... 475.7525                    • Keys to College and Career ......................................................... 475.7557
              Associated Students of OC (ASOC) ...................475.7290, asoc@olympic.edu                                     Workforce Development .........................................475.7555, 475.7845 (FAX)
              Athletics ....................................................... 475.7458, bjanusch@olympic.edu                   WorkFirst ........................................................................................... 475.7230
              Automotive Service Center .......................475.7348, automotive@olympic.edu                                  Worker Retraining.............................................................................. 475.7230
              Auto Technology Center .................................................................... 475.7348               Writing Center ................................................ 475.7318, sbegert@olympic.edu
              Bookstore ................................................ 475.7420, ocbookstore@olympic.edu
              Career Center .......................................... 475.7480, careercenter@olympic.edu                        oc poulsbo
              Cashier ............................................................................................... 475.7181      • Admissions .................................................................................. 475.7479
                                                                                                                                    • Advising ...................................................................................... 394.2725
              Childcare and Early Learning
                                                                                                                                    • Assessment (Accuplacer) ............................................................. 394.2725
               • Child Development & Family Center .475.7191, rlockwood@olympic.edu
                                                                                                                                    • Enrollment Services ................................................................... 394.2725
               • Early Head Start .....................................792.2127, dgalano@olympic.edu
                                                                                                                                    • Continuing Education ................... 394.2702, continuinged@olympic.edu
               • Head Start ................................................................................... 475.7592
                                                                                                                                    • General Information.................................................................... 394.2700
              Cooperative Education & Internship Program ....475.7480, CoopEd@olympic.edu                                           • Math Study Center ..............394.2700 or 475.7546, shawks@olympic.edu
              Continuing Education.............................475.7786, continuinged@olympic.edu                                   • Poulsbo Library/Computer Lab ............394.2720, librarians@olympic.edu
              Counseling Services............................................................................ 475.7530              • Nursing ........................................................................................ 394.2760
              Customized Training .......................... 475.7786, customtraining@olympic.edu                                   • Registration ................................................................................. 394.2725
              English Speakers of Other Language (ESOL)................................... 475.7278                                 • Student Services .......................................................................... 394.2725
              Financial Aid ................ 475.7160, 475.7471 (FAX), financialaid@olympic.edu                                     • Science Tutoring ...................394.2700 or 475.7546, shawks@olympic.edu
                                                                                                                                    • Writing Center .....................394.2713 or 475.7318, sbegert@olympic.edu
              Fitness Center .................................................................................... 475.7227
              Food Service (Culinary Arts & Catering) .......................................... 475.7570
              Foundation ................................................475.7120, foundation@olympic.edu
                                                                                                                                 oc shelton
                                                                                                                                    • Adult Education .......................................................................... 432.5471
              I-Best .................................................................................................475.7408
                                                                                                                                    • Adult High School Completion .................................................. 432.5400
              Information Technology ............................... 475.7600, helpdesk@olympic.edu
                                                                                                                                    • Advising/Counseling ................................................................... 432.5400
              Instructional Division Offices                                                                                        • ASOC (Student Gov’t) ............................................................... 432.5413
                • Business & Technology ............................................................... 475.7360                    • Accuplacer/GED Testing ............................................................ 432.5400
                • Mathematics, Engineering, Sciences and Health Division .......... 475.7700                                        • Bookstore..................................................................................... 432.5442
                • Social Sciences & Humanities ..................................................... 475.7766                       • Career Center .............................................432.5431, kcopp@olympic.edu
              International Student Admissions .......... 475.7479, international@olympic.edu                                       • Continuing Education - Mason ..... 432.5400, continuinged@olympic.edu
              Intramurals ......................................................................................... 475.7461        • General Information.................................................................... 432.5400
                                                                                                                                    • The Johnson Library ..............................432.5460, librarians@olympic.edu
              Haselwood Library .......................................475.7250, librarians@olympic.edu
                                                                                                                                    • Math Study Center ..............432.5400 or 475.7546, shawks@olympic.edu
               •	Library	Over	Dues	&	Holds ........................................................ 475.7250
                                                                                                                                    • Peste Headstart Center................................................................ 432.5410
information




               •	Inter-Library	Loans ..................................................................... 475.7250
                                                                                                                                    • Registration/Cashiering .............................................................. 432.5400
               •	Reference	Desk............................................................................. 475.7252
                                                                                                                                    • Science Tutoring ...................432.5400 or 475.7546, shawks@olympic.edu
               •	Media	Services ............................................................................. 475.7770
                                                                                                                                    • Tutoring/Access Services ............................................................. 432.5400
              Math Study Center .....................475.7765 or 475.7546, shawks@olympic.edu                                       • Weld Shop. ............................................. 432.9555, chobson@olympic.edu
              Military Education Administration............ 475.7786, militaryed@olympic.edu                                        • Workforce Development ............................. 432.5423, rferri@olympic.edu
              Multicultural Services.................................. 475.7680, rwellman@olympic.edu                               • Worker Retraining....................................... 432.5423, rferri@olympic.edu
              The Olympian Student Newspaper .............. 475.7690, olyeditor@olympic.edu                                         • Writing Center .....................432.5400 or 475.7546, shawks@olympic.edu
              Parent Education/Co-op .................................................................... 475.7195
              Parking Information ........................................................................... 475.7800           university services
                                                                                                                                    • Old Dominion University ..................................475.7280, ttnoc@odu.edu
              President’s Office ................................................................................ 475.7100
                                                                                                                                    • Saint Martin’s University ........... 475.7686, George.Stevens@Stmartin.edu
              Registration & Records ................................... 475.7200, webreg@olympic.edu                               • Western Washington University .................................................. 475.7272
              Running Start ..........................................475.7646, runningstart@olympic.edu
              Safety & Security/Lost & Found ....................................................... 475.7800
              Science Tutoring .............................................. 475.7546, shawks@olympic.edu
              Small Business Development Center-OC.....307.4220, rriedrich@olympic.edu



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      oc Bremerton campus Building guide
Construction changes will be taking place throughout Summer quarter. Visit www.olympic.edu to see latest updates and changes.




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