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					Fall Preview
                                        2011
          Schedule of Classes




Smart Stories start at CCC.



          Open Registration begins May 24
          Register online – see pg. 6 to get started
          Para información en español – pg. 8

          www.clackamas.edu
  Index
General Information
 Academic Regulations . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79                Dental Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32        Physics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
 Adding & Dropping Classes . . . . . . . . . .79                   Digital Multimedia Communications . . .33                       Political Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
 Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84       Early Childhood . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34         Psychology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63
 Campus Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85            Economics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33       Reading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
 Dates to Remember/Calendar . . . . . . . 1-2                      Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34     Real Estate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
 Distance Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10             Electronics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35     Religious Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64
   Online . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10      Emergency Medical Technology . . . . . . .35                    Renewable Energy Technology . . . . . . . .65
   Hybrid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12      Energy Resources Management . . . . . . .36                     Science Classes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65
 Faculty Advisors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .82          Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .36       Sign Language . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41
 Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6        English Literature/Composition . . . . . . .36                  Small Business Classes/Workshops
 Flexible Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9         English as a Second Language . . . . . . . .37                    (see Business Development Center)
 Getting Started . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3          Environmental Safety and Health . . . . . .40                   Social Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
 Graduation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7        Environmental Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68             Sociology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
 Payment Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6            Family Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40        Spanish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42
 Quick Entry Registration Form . . . . . . . . .5                  Fire Science (Wildland) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40           Speech (see Communication Studies)
 Registration Information. . . . . . . . . . . . 3-4               Food & Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41          Study Skills . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21
 Si Habla Español . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8         Foreign Languages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41           Theatre Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70
 Tuition & Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6         French . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41    Transportation and Logistics . . . . . . . . . .71
 Web Registration Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4            Gardening (see Horticulture)                                    Utility Workforce Training . . . . . . . . . . . .71
 Who to Call . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83         GED-General Education Development . .42                         Water and Environment Technology. . . .71
 Workforce Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9           Geographic Information Systems (GIS) . .43                      Welding Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72
                                                                   Geography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43       Women’s Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
Course Listings            . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-78     Geology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68     Writing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75
 Adult Basic Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13             German . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42      Zoology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69
 American Sign Language . . . . . . . . . . . .41                  Gerontology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
 Anatomy & Physiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66                Greenhouse (see Horticulture)
 Anthropology. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13           Health . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .43
 Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13   Healthcare Professional Development. . .44
 Astronomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69         High School Diploma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
 Auto Body/Refinishing/Repair . . . . . . . .22                    History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
 Automotive Service Technology . . . . . . .15                     Horticulture/Landscape . . . . . . . . . . . . .45
 Biology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65       Human Development & Leadership . . . .47
 Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15      Human Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47
 Business Development Center . . . . . . . .18                     Humanities. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
 Business Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20               Journalism . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48
 Career Planning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21           Life Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68
 Career Planning: Life and Career                                  Manufacturing Technology . . . . . . . . . .48
   Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21       Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50
 Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67         Media Studies (see Digital Multimedia
 Citizenship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37         Communications)
 Clinical Laboratory Assistant . . . . . . . . . .21               Medical Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .53         “Clackamas Community College Schedule
 College Success . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21           Microbiology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67        of Classes, Vol. 24, No. 1” is published
 Collision Repair/Refinishing . . . . . . . . . .22                Microelectronics. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35         quarterly by Clackamas Community
 Communication Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . .23                 Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54   College, 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon
 Computer-Aided Drafting/Technology . .24                          Music Lessons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57         City, Oregon 97045. Periodical postage
 Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24              Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59     paid at Oregon City, OR.
 Computer Workshops . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26                  Nursery (see Horticulture)                                      POSTMASTER:
 Cooperative Work Experience. . . . . . . . .27                    Nutrition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .41     Send address changes to “Clackamas
 Cooperative Work Experience Seminar . .30                         Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60      Community College Schedule of Classes”
 Criminal Justice/Corrections . . . . . . . . . .31                Physical Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60          at 19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon City,
 Criminal Justice: Crime Analysis . . . . . . .31                  Physical Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69        Oregon 97045-7998.



For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
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                                                    septeMber-october 2011
                                                                                             Fall term
                                                                               Week 1         begins


                                                                                Last day 2                3              4               5           6                7                8
GettinG started 3                                                                to add
                                                                             classes w/out                                             See page 2
Resources and information for current and                                      instructor
                                                                                consent
returning CCC students                                                                   9               10             11              12          13               14               15


reGistration resources 4-5                                                     Week 3

Registration resources and helpful information
                                                                                        16               17             18              19          20               21               22

myclackamas 4                                                                  Week 4
Your online fast track to registration, payment,
grades and more.                                                                        23               24             25              26          27               28               29

                                                                               Week 5
Financial Matters 6
Tuition and fees, payment options, financial aid,
scholarships and more.                                                            s            M                   t             w           tH               F              s
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si Habla español 8                                  noVeMber 2011              Week 6                                                See page 2
Para más información sobre clases de inglés y
otros materias, servicios ver pág 8.                                                     6                7              8               9          10               11               12
                                                                                                                                                         Veterans Day
                                                                               Week 7                                                                       college
course listinGs 13-78                                                                                                                                       closed
From A to Z: credit and non-credit courses                                              13               14             15              16          17               18               19
offered this term.                                                                                            Early Winter
                                                                               Week 8                         registration
                                                                                                                begins
wHo to call 83
                                                                                        20               21             22              23          24               25               26
                                                                                                              Open Winter    No evening
                                                                               Week 9                         registration   classes after   Thanksgiving Holiday
                                                                                                                begins          4 p.m.          college closed

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                                                                              Week 10


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                                                    deceMber 2011




                                                                              Week 11                                        Finals Week                                  Fall term
                                                                                                                                                                            ends

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                                                                                        18               19             20              21          22               23               24
                                                                                                                                                           Winter
                                                                                                                                                           Holiday
                                                                                                                                                           college
                                                                                                                                                           closed


3 convenient campuses                                                                   25
                                                                                             Winter
                                                                                             Holiday
                                                                                             college
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    Oregon City                                                                              closed
    19600 Molalla Ave.
    Oregon City, OR 97045

    Wilsonville
    29353 Town Center Loop E




                                                                                                                       Calendar
    Wilsonville, OR 97070

    Harmony
    7738 S.E. Harmony Road
    Milwaukie, OR 97222



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    Dates to Remember
    Fall terM 2011

    May 17                 Early Fall registration for returning students                                           Important Calendar
    May 24                 Open Fall registration & New Student Advising Sessions begin
    Oct. 2                 Last day to add classes without instructor signature (Sunday, 5 p.m.)                    information
    Oct. 7                 Last day to add without $50 late registration fee (Friday, 5 p.m.)
    Oct. 7                 Fall tuition and fees due without $30 deferred payment fee                               Oct. 7
    Oct. 7                 Last day to drop full-term classes and receive a refund                                  •	 $30	deferred	payment	fee	applied	to	
                           *For the refund policy for short or late start classes, please see p.6                      outstanding balance
                              of the Schedule of Classes.                                                           •	 Last	day	to	drop	full-term	classes	and	receive	
    Nov. 4                 $75 Non-Payment fee applied to all accounts with Fall term balance                          refund
    Nov. 4                 Last day to drop classes without responsibility for grade                                •	 Last	day	to	add	w/out	$50	late	registration	fee
    Nov. 4                 Fall term Petitions for Graduation due in the Registrar’s Office
                                                                                                                    Nov. 4
    Nov. 11                Veterans Day Holiday closure
    Nov. 15                Early Winter term registration
                                                                                                                    •	 Last	day	to	drop	w/out	grade	responsibility
    Nov. 22                Open Winter term registration                                                            •	 $75	non-payment	fee	applied	to	outstanding	
    Nov. 23                No evening classes after 4 p.m.                                                             balance
    Nov. 24-25             Thanksgiving Holiday closure
    Dec. 5-10              Finals week
    Dec. 10                Fall term ends
    Dec. 23-26             Winter Holiday closure                                                                    Information
    Jan. 9                 Winter term classes begin
                                                                                                                     503-657-6958
               **Deadlines are the end of the business day unless otherwise noted.**                                 www.clackamas.edu

                                                                                                                     The information in this schedule reflects
                                                                                                                     current programs, requirements, and costs.
                                                                                                                     These are all subject to change, and Clackamas
    Final Exam Schedule                                                                                              Community College reserves the right to make
                                                                                                                     any necessary revisions in the information
    class day &                                              exaM day & tiMe                                         contained here without prior notice.
    start tiMe
    M/w or M/w/F                            Mon. 12/5                      tues. 12/6                  wed. 12/7
     7:45 or 8 a.m. ...................8-10 a.m.
     9 a.m. ...........................................................................................8-10 a.m.
     10 or 10:15 a.m. ...............10 a.m.-noon
     11 or 11:30 a.m. ..........................................................................10 a.m.-noon
     noon or 12:45 p.m. ...........noon-2 p.m.
     1 p.m. ..........................................................................................noon-2 p.m.
     2 p.m. ...............................2-4 p.m.
     3 or 3:15 p.m. ..............................................................................2-4 p.m.
     4 or 5 p.m. ........................4-6 p.m.
    t/tH
     7:30 or 8 a.m. ................................................. 8-10 a.m.
     9 a.m. .............................................................. 10 a.m.-noon
     10 or 10:30 a.m. ............................................. noon-2 p.m.
     1 p.m. ............................................................. 2-4 p.m.
     2:30 or 3 p.m. ................................................. 4-6 p.m.
     4 or 5 p.m. ...................................................... see instructor
     Conflicts .......................................................................................4-6 p.m.
    1. Examinations will be held in the regular classroom unless otherwise assigned by the
       instructor. If you have any questions about the schedule, check with your instructor.
    2. Evening classes starting 6 p.m. or later will have exams at the regular class meeting time
       during final exam week.
    3. Classes which meet at 7 a.m. (or other hours not listed) may schedule the final exam
       during the “CONFLICTS” time on the schedule or at any other time that does not                                non-discrimination
       conflict with the regular exam schedule.                                                                      Clackamas Community College does not
    4. Saturday classes will hold final exams on the last Saturday of their scheduled meeting                        discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion,
       time. Final exams will be given in their regular classrooms.                                                  gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age,
    5. Final examinations take place the last week of each term. You must take finals at the                         national origin/ancestry, disability, family
       scheduled time; exceptions will be made only for illness or other circumstances beyond                        relationship or any other protected status in
       your control, and must be approved by your instructor prior to scheduled exam time.                           accordance with applicable law. The college’s
                                                                                                                     commitment to nondiscrimination applies to
                                                                                                                     curriculum activity and all aspects of operation
                                                                                                                     of the college.
                                                                                                                     accreditation
    College closure information located on p.86                                                                      Clackamas Community College is accredited by the
                                                                                                                     Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities
                                                                                                                     (NWCCU). Programs at CCC are approved for the
                                                                                                                     education of veterans. Accreditation documentation
2   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958                                             is available in the President’s Office.
Start Smart at CCC!
New Student? Start here.                                           Returning CCC Student? Start here.
If you are a new student with no previous CCC credits,             Are you a returning student, already admitted to CCC or
including credits earned in high school, workshops or trainings,   registered for classes? Have you taken classes or workshops
follow these four steps to get started at Clackamas. For more      at CCC within the last three years? If so, you can register for
information about any of these steps, visit our website at         classes online through myCougarTrax – you’ll find it located
www.clackamas.edu.                                                 at http://my.clackamas.edu. You can also register by mail, fax

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                                                                   or in person at any of our three campuses. Registration forms
     apply For adMission                                           can be found online at www.clackamas.edu

	     •	 Go	to	www.clackamas.edu and click on “Apply to            Don’t forget: There’s no need to submit a new admissions
         CCC” to apply online or download an application.          application if you have attended CCC during the past
         Contact the Registrar’s Office at admissions@             three years.
         clackamas.edu if you have any questions.
                                                                   Here’s a helpful registration check list:
2    deterMine your course placeMent

	
     assessMent
      •	 Placement	testing	is	available	at	all	campuses;	
                                                                   1    notiFy tHe reGistrar’s oFFice if you’ve
                                                                        changed your major/program of study, address, or
         see www.clackamas.edu/testing.
                                                                        phone number.
      OR
	     •	 Bring	in	a	copy	of	your	ACT/SAT	to	any	campus	
         Testing Center (minimum scores required). For
                                                                   2    reView your education plan with an
                                                                        academic advisor.
         placement, see www.clackamas.edu/testing for details.


	
      OR
      •	 Bring	in	transcripts	from	another	college	to	an	
                                                                   3    select your courses using the Schedule of
                                                                        Classes.
         academic advisor.

3    subMit your Free application For                              4    clear outstandinG debt or prior term
                                                                        balances at the Enrollment Services Center.
     Federal student aid (FaFsa) ForM


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      •	 Go	to	www.FAFSA.ed.gov

     attend a new student adVisinG session
                                                                   5    reGister For classes online or in person.
                                                                        Registration forms are available at www.clackamas.edu
	     •	 Visit	http://depts.clackamas.edu/advising for current

	
         session availability.
      •	 Bring	a	copy	of	your	placements	results	and	your	
                                                                   6    arranGe For payMent at the time of
                                                                        registration at an Enrollment Services Center.
         student ID number and/or CCC student email
         address.

5    create a MyclackaMas account (see p. 4)




                             For more information about dates, tuition rates, policies and                       Looking
                             academic regulations, visit our website www.clackamas.edu                     for a Quick Entry
                             or the Enrollment Services Center at any of our three campus
                                                                                                          Registration Form?
                             locations – Oregon City, Harmony or Wilsonville. You’ll find
                             contact numbers listed toward the back of this schedule.                     You’ll find it on p. 5
                                                                                                            of the Schedule
                                                                                                               of Classes.



                                                                                                          www.clackamas.edu 3
    my.clackamas.edu
    Your Gateway to...
    •	 myCougartrax	
       (registration,	financial	
       aid, grades, making
       payments, etc.)
    •	 Order	an	official	
       transcript
    •	 Financial	aid	award	
       letters
    •	 Email
    •	 Announcements
    •	 and	much	more


    to access MyclackaMas                                                  want to “search & register” for classes?
    1.   Create an email account through http://my.clackamas.edu           1. Click on the Registration link from myCougartrax menu.
    2.   Click on myAccount link                                           2.    Click on “Register for Sections.”
    3.   Use your full email address and password to log on at             3.    Click on “Search & Register.”
         http://my.clackamas.edu                                           4.    Select the term from the drop down menu.
                                                                           5.    Select the subject area and course number
    using mycougartrax (left side of myclackamas)                                (if latter is known).
    1. Click on Registration from myCougartrax menu.
                                                                           6.    You can limit by days, times, location, etc.
    2.   Click on “Register for Sections.”                                 7.    Click on “Submit.”
    3.   Click on “Express Registration.”                                  8.    Check the box(es) next to the course(s) that you want
    4.   Enter the “Synonyms” (6-digit Course Reg #)                             to register for.
    5.   Click on “Submit.”                                                9.    Click on “Submit.”
    6.   Verify that the information is correct.                           10. Verify that the information is correct.
    7.   Select “Register” from the drop down menu                         11. Select “Register” from the drop down menu next
         next to each class.                                                   to each class.
    8.   Click on “Submit.”                                                12. Click on “Submit.”
    9.   Click on “My Class Schedule” to verify                            print your scHedule
         your schedule is correct.
                                                                           1.    From the Academic Profile link, click on “My Class
                                                                                 Schedule.”
                                                                           2.    Select the term from the drop down menu.
                                                                           3.    Click on “Submit.”
                       New!    Want your refund
              deposited directly into your bank account?                   4.    Select “Print” from your Internet browser’s file menu.
         Click on Payment Information in myClackamas and
         enter your bank account information. This includes                     Grades Final grade information is obtained via the Web at
               financial aid and emergency loan checks.                         my.clackamas.edu
                                                                                Please contact the Registrar’s Office at 503-594-6100 should
                                                                                you need assistance.


4   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                               Clackamas Community College offers a variety of continuing
                                                               education courses, workshops, seminars and trainings both
                                                               as credit and non-credit opportunities.

                                                               The Quick Entry Registration form on this page is for
                                                               students who are not planning to pursue a degree or certificate
                                                               or are registering for less than 6 credits and are looking for
                                                               opportunities to advance their knowledge or skill set.
                                                               If you are planning to register for Community Education courses,
                                                               please refer to the page following the Course Listing in this Schedule
                                                               of Classes for more information and registration form.




                                                                         QUICk ENTRY REGISTRATIoN FoRM 2011-2012
Social Security # or Student I.D.# _____________________________________ Birthdate ✱ _________________ Today’s Date_____________________                                               SUMMER              FALL
                                                                                                                                                                                       WINTER              SPRING
Name ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
               Last                                   First                       Middle                      Previous names                                                       Providing your Social Security
Mailing address ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                               Number (SSN) is voluntary. If you
                                                      Street                      City                        State            County                   Zip                        provide it, the college will use your
Telephone ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                                 SSN for keeping records, doing
                                                      Home                                                    Work                                                                 research, aggregate reporting,
High school attended_______________________________________________________________________________________________________________                                                extending credit and collecting
                                                      Name                                       Location                                               Graduation Date            debts. Your SSN will not be given
                                                                                                                                                                                   to the general public. If you
 Gender            Male       Female                                                         intended academic program                                                             choose not to provide your SSN,
                                                                                                                                                                                   you will not be denied any rights
 ethnicity            Hispanic or Latino        Not Hispanic or Latino                       Program Code/Title                                                                    as a student. Providing your Social
 race (Choose all that apply)           American Indian/Alaska Native        Asian           previous college attendance                                                           Security Number means that you
    Black or African America          Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander    White
                                                                                                                                                                                   consent to the use of the number
                                                                                               Yes    No                                                                           in the manner described.
 residency/student type (Required for tuition purposes)                                      Name of School                                                                        ✱ If you’re under 18, additional
   in state (US citizen or permanent resident of Oregon, Immigrant               Refugee     reason for enrolling                                                                  permissions may be required
     CA, ID, WA, or NV 90 days prior to first day of class.)         Other                      Transfer classes                           Reading/writing/math skills             before you can register for classes.
    out of state                                                                                Learn job skills                           Learn English language
                                                                                                Update job skills                          Personal interest
        US citizen and permanent resident outside of Oregon, CA, ID, WA, NV
                                                                                                High school completion/GED                 Other
        International visitor (B, J, H or other nonstudent Visa)
                                                                                                Explore career/academics
        International student (requires I-20)

   crs. reg.#             section no./course title                                         credits/ceu      time                        M t w th F        s       room         start date          crs. Fee/tuition

payment by:                                  Card #                                            Exp. Date                       Fax to: 503-722-5864 or Mail to:                     A registration confirmation will
  VISA/Mastercard/Discover                                                                                                     registrar, clackamas community college               not be mailed. Please verify
                                    ▼




                                             Name on card
  Check    Cash                                                                                                                19600 Molalla avenue                                 your enrollment by going to
  Other                                      Signature                                                                         oregon city, or 97045-7998                           cougartrax@clackamas.edu

Clackamas Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin/ancestry, disability, family relationship or any other protected
status in accordance with applicable law. The College’s commitment to nondiscrimination applies to curriculum activity and all aspects of operation of the College.




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    Financial Matters
    How much will I owe?                                                                 How	can	I	get	financial	help?
    tuition and Fee table                                                                Getting	Started	with	Financial	Aid	is	as	easy	as	1-2-3!
    Tuition and fee rates are subject to change without prior notice.
                                                                                         1.    Apply to CCC and create a myClackamas account.
                                             tuition              General Fee*
                                                                                         2.    Complete the FAFSA at www.fafsa.gov and return all
    in state students: or/ca/id/nV/wa**                                                        documents requested on your myClackamas account.
    1-15 credit hours                 $77/billing credit hr.      $6.50/credit hr.       3.    Register for classes; sign and return your Award Letter to
    16-18 credit hours                $1,155                      $97.50                       accept your aid.
    Above 18 credit hours             $77/billing credit hr.      $6.50/credit hr.
                                                                                         Note: Financial Aid can take up to 12 weeks to process so plan
    out oF state and international students (except ca, id, nV, wa):                     ahead! All CCC required documentation must be submitted by
    1-15 credit hours                 $228/billing credit hr.     $6.50/credit hr.       these dates to ensure funding for the term:
    16-18 credit hours                $3,420                      $97.50                       Fall term 2011: May 30, 2011
    Above 18 credit hours             $228/billing credit hr.     $6.50/credit hr.
                                                                                               Winter term 2012: September 5, 2011
    Miscellaneous Fees
                                                                                               Spring term 2012: November 28, 2011
    Official transcripts                                          $10/copy
    Additional fee for faxed transcripts                          $15/copy
                                                                                         What if I still have questions?
    Non-payment fee                                               $75
    Non-refundable sponsor billing fee                            $15
                                                                                                           Financial aid & you
    Returned bank item                                            $25 each item
                                                                                              Get answers to your financial aid questions at
    Late registration fee                                         $50 per class
                                                                                              Financial aid & scholarship advising sessions.
    Deferred payment service fee                                  $30
                                                                                              When: Every Monday and Thursday from 3-4 p.m.
    * Certain classes have special fees in addition to tuition and                            Where: Rook Hall, Room 117
      technology/general fee. These are listed in the “Course Fee”
      column in the course listing.                                                           More info: Email finaid@clackamas.edu
      The technology/general fee supports many CCC student activities,
      including athletics, child care, new technology, and student government.
    ** In State tuition rate eligibility requires residency 90 days prior to the start
       date of the term.                                                                      How do I get a refund?
                                                                                              CCC provides full refunds if you drop your classes on
    How do I pay?                                                                             time. We do not provide partial refunds. To receive a full
    Pay Now: Payment is due at the time of registration. You can                              refund YOU must drop your classes:
    pay in person with cash or a local, bank-imprinted check, for                             •	 During	the	first	2	weeks	of	the	class	for	classes	
    the amount due. You can make credit card payments in person                                  meeting 5 weeks or more
    or online using Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express.                           •	 During	the	first	week	of	the	class	for	classes	meeting	
    Pay Later: Payment is due Oct. 7. Accounts with a balance                                    3-4 weeks
    after Oct. 7 will be charged a $30 deferred payment fee. All                              •	 Before	the	class	begins	for	classes	meeting	2	weeks	or	
    account balances must be paid by Nov. 4 or the non-payment                                   less
    fee of $75 will be applied to your account balance. In addi-                              To view the complete refund policy, please go to
    tion, a hold will be put on your account that will prevent future                           www.clackamas.edu
    registration. Your balance must be at least $100 to qualify for
    the pay later option. If your balance is less than $100, payment                          New! Want your refund deposited directly into
    is due in full at the time of registration.                                               your bank account? Click on Payment Information in
                                                                                              myClackamas and enter your bank account information.
    New! Last fall, the online payment process in myClackamas                                 This includes financial aid and emergency loan checks.
    changed. Log into my Clackamas, click on Payment
    Information, then click on Pay and Account Information which
    will direct you to our new site. You can then make payments
    as well as setting up Authorized Users to be able to make                                 Visit the CCC Bookstore online for
    payments on your behalf as well as deducting payments from                                information about textbook costs.
    your checking account.                                                                    http://www.cccbooks.com/Home.aspx


6   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
Registration and Other important information You need to know this!
                                                           Academic	Calendar – Clackamas Community College operates
            Very Important                                 on the quarter system. Each of our terms are eleven weeks in
                                                           length with many courses being offered in a condensed and/or

             Registration                                  standard term format. Be sure to check the Schedule of Classes
                                                           for individual class meeting times.

             Information                                   Course	Pre-requisites	– Some CCC courses have pre-requisite
                                                           requirements. You will be required to meet these prior to
                                                           enrolling.
     With college comes more choice, freedom
     and responsibility. Here are some highlights of       Grades – Grade options generally include A, B, C, D, F, I
     important information for successful college          (Incomplete), W (Withdrawn), P/N (Pass, No Pass), X (Audit), Y
     students.                                             Never Attended). Be sure to select the grade option you want
                                                           at	the	time	of	registration!
     •		avoid the $50 late registration fee!
        If you add a course after the Friday of the        Registration and Transcript Holds – Students who have not
        second week of the term (11-week courses)          met their financial obligations to the college may have restric-
        or after the start of a course (short term and     tions placed on their ability to register for future terms and/or
        late starting courses) you will be charged a       have official transcripts released.
        late registration fee of $50. To avoid this fee,   Ordering Transcripts – Official transcripts (record of your
       make sure you are registered for all of your        classes, grades earned and degrees awarded) are available
       courses in a timely manner.                         upon request for $10 each. Unofficial transcripts are free of
     •		Check	your	schedule	on	myCougarTrax	both	          charge and available via myCougarTrax. Transcript Request
        after you register and the first day of the term   Line, 503-594-6102. Order transcripts online via myCougarTrax
        (your class location may have changed). If         (myClackamas), or www.getmytranscript.com
        you want to add, drop, or change a class,          Student Rights & Responsibilities – When you enroll at
        be certain that you make these changes             Clackamas Community College you assume certain rights and
        through myCougarTrax or Enrollment Services        responsibilities as a student that relate to your educational
        and that the changes are reflected on your         record, academic performance and individual conduct.
        schedule.                                          These are stated in the Student Handbook –
     •		To	receive	a	refund	for	a	full-term	course,	       www.clackamas.edu/documents/handbook.pdf
        be sure to drop it by the end of the second        Student Photo ID Cards – Cards are available at an Enrollment
        week. For classes that do not meet the entire      Services Center and are necessary for library checkout, access
        term (e.g., weekend courses, short courses,        to computer/tutorial labs and admission to college events.
        etc.), it is important to refer to the refund      Picture ID and current enrollment are required. There is
        schedule online at www.clackamas.edu or on         a $10 replacement fee for stolen or lost ID cards.
        the Financial Matters page in this Schedule of
        Classes.
     •		avoid non-payment fees by making pay-
        ments according to the payment plan
                                                              Graduation
        policy. (See p. 10 for more information.)
                                                              petition to Graduate
                                                              In order to be evaluated for a certificate or degree from
     •		Be	a	more	informed	and	successful	student:	           CCC, students must fill out a “Petition for Graduation”
        Read the Academic Regulations after the               and submit it to the Registrar’s Office.
        course listings in this Schedule of Classes.          Please refer to graduation information via the Web for
                                                              filing deadlines. Questions regarding this process may be
     •		Ask	questions!		If	you	are	uncertain	about	           directed to 503-594-6100 or registrar@clackamas.edu.
        something, ask your instructor or a staff mem-
        ber. They can help you get the answer.                Graduation cereMonies
                                                              The certificate and degree graduation ceremony will be
                                                              held Friday evening, June 15, 2012 and the GED/Adult
                                                              High School Diploma graduation ceremony will take
                                                              place Thursday, June 14, 2012. Information for both
                                                              ceremonies will be available on the CCC website in early
                                                              spring. For questions related to the ceremony, contact
                                                              the Instructional Services office at 503-594-3022.




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    Si Habla Español
    coMo coMenzar                                                                  GettinG started
    Es muy fácil... Sólo necesita contactar a la persona indicada de               Getting	started	at	CCC	is	easy!	Just	contact	the	person	listed	
    acuerdo al curso o programa deseado. El proceso de inscrip-                    with the course or program you are interested in. The registra-
    ción es sencillo y con la ayuda de su contacto podrá ingresar                  tion process is simple and with our help you will be able to
    a las clases con éxito.                                                        successfully enroll in classes.
    Existe la posibilidad de ayuda financiera y planes de pago                     Financial Aid help may be available to students who qualify
    para aquellas personas que deseen tomar clases con créditos.                   and payment plans are offered for students planning to take
    Algunas limitaciones pueden ser aplicadas. El departamento                     credit classes. Certain limitations may apply. The Financial Aid
    de ayuda financiera se encuentra en el edificio Rook Hall.                     Department is located in Rook Hall.
    Contamos con consejeros bilingües (inglés y español) para                      We have bilingual academic advisors (English and Spanish) in
    los alumnos que necesiten asesoría académica para ingresar                     the Student Success Center for those students who would like
    a programas específicos. El departamento de orientación aca-                   information about enrolling in specific programs. Academic
    démica se encuentra en el edificio Community Center.                           advisors are located in the Community Center building.

    Matrícula para aluMnos de esl                                                  esl reGistration
    Debe hacer una cita. Para las clases diurnas en Oregon City,                   Make an appointment. For day classes in Oregon City, call
    llame al número 503-594-3234. Para clases nocturnas en                         503-594-3234; for evening classes at Harmony Center, 503-
    Harmony Center, llame al 503-594-0638. Para clases noctur-                     594-0638, noon-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday. For Canby or
    nas en Canby o Molalla, llame al 503-594-3234. Refiérase a la                  Molalla night classes, call 503-594-3234. See p. 37-40 for class
    páginas 37-40 para el horario de clases.                                       listing.

    cursos en español                                                              courses tauGHt in spanisH
    CCC ofrece los siguientes cursos en español. Estos cursos                      CCC offers the following courses taught in Spanish. These
    aparecen en la sección de cursos acreditados, en las páginas                   classes are noted in the credit course listing, p.13-78, with
    13-78, marcadas con ESPAÑOL en la columna izquierda.                           ESPAÑOL in the left column.
    CS-092S       COMPUTACIóN PARA PRINCIPIANTES, ESPAñOL,                         CS-092S          COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS, SPANISH, 3 CREDITS
                  3 CREDITS                                                        GED-049          LATINO GED & LIFE SKILLS, 0 CREDIT
    GED-049       LATINO GED Y HABILIDADES PARA LA VIDA, 0 CREDIT




                                Contact Information:
                                Advising Services ......................................Miguel Cardenas, 503-594-3175
                                Student Success Center Receptionist ........ Norma Martinez, 503-594-3475
                                (Advising, Counseling, and Disability Resource Center)
                                Computer Classes .................. Instructor Adriana Aristizabal, 503-594-3916
                                Counseling Services ............................ Guadalupe Martinez, 503-594-3185
                                English as a Second Language .................... Klaudia Cuevas, 503-594-3233
                                Spanish GED .............................................. Camilo Sanchez, 503-594-3029
                                Testing & Assessment ......................................Maria Dixon, 503-594-3283
                                Workforce Services ........................................... Irene Carillo, 503-594-3433




8   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
Flexible                                                          Workforce
Classes                                                           Services
Clackamas Community College offers many choices for you to
complete college courses while balancing your other responsi-
bilities. We offer evening and weekend classes, and online and
accelerated courses. We also offer a variety of options for you
to	take	classes	close	to	home	or	from	the	comfort	of	home!	

eVeninG/weekend transFer deGree                                   Skill up for jobs of the future! WorkSource
oFFerinGs                                                         Clackamas is preparing Oregonians for jobs in
CCC offers classes for students to gain a transfer degree by      healthcare, green technologies, transportation,
attending evenings and weekends. These classes are held in        logistics and more!
a variety of nontraditional formats including evening classes,
Saturday classes, five-week sessions and Friday/Saturday
sessions. For more information, call CCC at Harmony               Job Search and Training Help
Community Campus, 503-594-0623 or Wilsonville Campus,
503-594-0944.                                                     Are	you	looking	for	a	job?
Flexible start classes
                                                                  Do you need to upgrade your skills to get a better job?
If your time is limited, CCC offers college classes that take     WorkSource Clackamas has no-cost career advancement
less than a term to complete. These classes start at staggered    services which can
times throughout the term. See listings at www.clackamas.edu.     •	help	you	update	your	skills
clackaMas in your coMMunity                                       •	sharpen	your	job	search	expertise
Did you know that Clackamas offers college credit classes at      •	access	jobs	in	high-growth	careers
our Harmony and Wilsonville campuses and at extension sites
in Canby, Estacada and Molalla? For more information, see         Take the next step! Contact our Career Specialists to learn
the Clackamas in Your Community section in this schedule.         more about our incredible career workshops and services.
                                                                  Contact us at 503-594-6246 or visit us on the Web at
distance learninG                                                 www.worksourceclackamas.org
Today’s college students can take their classes to fit their
schedules. Distance Learning lets you study when and where
you have time. We offer online courses, telecourses and cor-      Consult the Experts!
respondence courses. Find Distance Learning on the Web at
                                                                  no-cost career worksHops
http://dl.clackamas.edu or see the Distance Learning section in
                                                                  at worksource clackaMas
this schedule.
                                                                  506 High Street, Oregon City 97045

                                                                  Our Career Specialists are experts in job search strategies.
                                                                  Join a workshop to practice innovative techniques to find
                                                                  employers, develop a resume, improve networking, interview
                                                                  better, and improve your job search.
                                                                  Visit www.worksourceclackamas.org or call to learn more about
                                                                  the NO COST workshops. Call 971-673-6400. Reservations
                                                                  required.


                                                                  Building Skills and Growing Businesses!
                                                                  Sponsored by the Workforce Investment Council of Clackamas
                                                                  County www.wicco.org
                                                                  WorkSource Oregon is an equal opportunity employer/program.
                                                                  WorkSource Oregon es un programa/empleador que respeta la
                                                                  igualdad de oportunidades.


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     Distance Learning
     There are many alternatives to on-campus courses that
     allow busy students to pursue their educational goals. These           Get Started in Distance Learning
     courses may involve the use of computers, video, voice mail,           Instructions for getting started in a Distance Learning class
     email and the Internet. Some of these courses may require              can be found at http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/
     orientation, class meetings, lab work and testing to be done
     on campus. You may contact the course instructor for more              quESTiONS abOuT DiSTaNCE lEarNiNg?
     information about specific on-campus activity requirements.
                                                                            •	   Call	503-594-6310
                                                                                 Email online@clackamas.edu
     Interested in Distance Learning?
     Visit Distance Learning on the Web at http://depts.clackamas.          Online Courses — Fall Term 2011
     edu/dl/ for information about:                                          Complete course information available in Credit
     	     •	   	Course	Offerings                                            Course Listing, p. 13-78. Indicated with: web
     	     •	   	Delivery	Modes                                             business
     	     •	   	Computer	Requirements                                      BA-101-08     INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS, 4 CREDITS
     	     •	   	Technical	Skills	Needed                                    BA-104-02     BUSINESS MATH, 3 CREDITS
     	     •	   	How	to	Get	Started                                         BA-111-02     GENERAL ACCOUNTING I, 4 CREDITS
                                                                            BA-131-05     INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS
     	     •	   	How	to	Get	Help
                                                                            BA-131-06     INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS
     	     •	   	How	to	Contact	Instructors                                 BA-199-01     IFRS (INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING
     	     •	   	Moodle	Workshops	for	Students                                            STANDARDS), 1 CREDIT
                                                                            BA-205-02     SOLVING COMMUNICATION PROBLEMS WITH
                                                                                          TECHNOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
     online courses                                                         BA-211-06     FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I, 4 CREDITS
     Online courses take place over the Internet, allowing students         BA-212-02     FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II, 4 CREDITS
     to complete their assignments, work cooperatively with other           BA-213-02     DECISION MAKING WITH ACCOUNTING
                                                                                          INFORMATION, 4 CREDITS
     students, and take quizzes and exams without having to
                                                                            BA-217-01     BUDGETING FOR MANAGERS, 3 CREDITS
     come to campus. Some online courses may require exams                  BA-218-01     PERSONAL FINANCE, 3 CREDITS
     to be taken on campus or in a proctored setting. You may               BA-223-01     PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING, 4 CREDITS
     contact the course instructor for information about exam               BA-224-01     HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 4 CREDITS
     requirements.                                                          BA-226-04     BUSINESS LAW I, 4 CREDITS
                                                                            BA-249-01     RETAILING, 3 CREDITS
     Hybrid courses                                                         BA-251-01     SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS
                                                                            BA-256-01     INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING, 3 CREDITS
     Hybrid courses describe a format that combines face-to-face            BA-285-02     HUMAN RELATIONS IN BUSINESS, 4 CREDITS
     classroom instruction with computer-based learning. Hybrid             BT-101-01     INTRODUCTION TO E-LEARNING, 1 CREDIT
     courses combine instructional time spent in the classroom              BT-110-01     INCOME TAX PREPARATION, 8 CREDITS
     with online time. The result is a course that offers the student       BT-124-02     BUSINESS EDITING I, 3 CREDITS
     the high-touch aspects of face-to-face time in the classroom           BT-160-01     WORD I, 3 CREDITS
     with the anytime/anywhere high-tech online course learning             Career Planning
     opportunities. The Hybrid format reduces the amount of time            HD-140-01     CAREER EXPLORATION, 3 CREDITS
     the student needs to be on campus. Hybrid courses are iden-
                                                                            College Success
     tified in the quarterly Schedule of Classes by the term HYBRID
     and also the icon Hyb.                                                 EL-103-01     TAKING EFFECTIVE NOTES, 1 CREDIT
                                                                            HD-120-02     COLLEGE SUCCESS, 1 CREDIT
                                                                            HD-120-03     COLLEGE SUCCESS, 1 CREDIT
     Hosted courses                                                         HD-120-04     COLLEGE SUCCESS, 1 CREDIT
     Clackamas occasionally hosts online courses from other                 HD-147-01     DECISION MAKING, 1 CREDIT
     Oregon community colleges. These classes will be identified            LIB-101-02    INTRO TO LIBRARY RESEARCH, 1 CREDIT
     in the schedule as being hosted.                                       Communication Studies
                                                                            COMM-111-12 PUBLIC SPEAKING, 4 CREDITS
     tecHnical skills required
     To participate in an online course, students should have work-
     ing knowledge of word processing software, Internet and
     email use and Moodle software.




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Computer Science                                         Humanities/Social Sciences
CS-120-30     SURVEY OF COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS             ANT-101-01   PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
CS-120-31     SURVEY OF COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS             ANT-103-01   CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
CS-120-32     SURVEY OF COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS             ART-101-01   ART APPRECIATION, 3 CREDITS
CS-120-33     SURVEY OF COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS             ART-204-02   HISTORY OF WESTERN ART, 4 CREDITS
CS-125H-30    HTML & WEB SITE DESIGN, 3 CREDITS          ART-262-02   DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY & IMAGING, 3 CREDITS
CS-133VB-30   VISUAL BASIC.NET I, 3 CREDITS              HST-101-02   HIST. OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION, 4 CREDITS
CS-135I-30    ADV WEB DESIGN W/DREAMWEAVER, 3 CREDITS    HST-101-03   HIST. OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION, 4 CREDITS
CS-135S-30    MICROSOFT EXCEL, 3 CREDITS                 HUM-233-01   ELECTRONIC CULTURE, 4 CREDITS
Criminal Justice                                         MUS-101-02   MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS, 3 CREDITS
                                                         MUS-105-01   MUSIC APPRECIATION, 3 CREDITS
CJA-110-03    INTRO TO LAW ENFORCEMENT, 3 CREDITS        MUS-206-02   MUSIC LIT: HISTORY OF ROCK, 4 CREDITS
CJA-130-02    INTRO TO CORRECTIONS, 3 CREDITS            PHL-103-01   CRITICAL REASONING, 4 CREDITS
CJA-140-01    INTRO CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT             PS-202-01    US GOVT: NATNL GOV INSTITUTION, 4 CREDITS
CJA-141-01    INTRO TO CRIME MAPPING, 1 CREDIT           PSY-110-01   PSYCHOLOGY: AN OVERVIEW, 4 CREDITS
CJA-142-01    STATISTICS FOR CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT    R-210-01     WORLD RELIGIONS, 4 CREDITS
CJA-143-01    CRIME ANALYSIS VIA STATISTICS, 1 CREDIT    R-210-02     WORLD RELIGIONS, 4 CREDITS
CJA-144-01    CRIME ANALYSIS VIA MODUS OPER., 1 CREDIT   SSC-233-01   ELECTRONIC CULTURE, 4 CREDITS
CJA-145-01    CRIME ANALYSIS CAPSTONE, 1 CREDIT          WS-101-01    WOMEN’S STUDIES, 4 CREDITS
CJA-146-01    CRIME ANALYSIS/LINK ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT
CJA-147-01    INTRO PROFILING VIOLENT CRIMES, 1 CREDIT
                                                         Manufacturing
CJA-148-01    CRIME SCENE ANALYSIS: PROFILE, 1 CREDIT    MFG-275-01   MASTERCAM I: STREAMINGTEACHER, 3 CREDITS
CJA-149-01    RESEARCH METHOD/CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT   Mathematics
CJA-150-01    INTRO TO POLICE INTELLIGENCE, 1 CREDIT
CJA-151-01    CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT   MTH-065-09   ALGEBRA II, 4 CREDITS
CJA-152-01    CRIME SCENE ANALYSIS: CAPSTONE, 1 CREDIT   MTH-095-08   ALGEBRA III, 4 CREDITS
CJA-153-01    CRIM INTELLIGENCE ANALYS CAP, 1 CREDIT     MTH-111-06   COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 5 CREDITS
CJA-223-02    CRIMINAL JUSTICE ETHICS, 3 CREDITS         MTH-243-05   STATISTICS I, 4 CREDITS
Economics                                                Medical assistant
EC-201-04     PRINCIPLES OF ECON: MICRO, 4 CREDITS       MA-110-02    MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY, 3 CREDITS
EC-202-03     PRINCIPLES OF ECON: MACRO, 4 CREDITS       MA-110-03    MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY, 3 CREDITS
Education                                                Physical Education
ED-100-02     INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION, 3 CREDITS       PE-270-01    SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY, 3 CREDITS
ED-113-01     INST. STRAT. IN RD & LNG ARTS, 3 CREDITS   Science
ED-131-01     INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES, 3 CREDITS
                                                         BI-101-30    GENERAL BIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
ED-229-01     LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT, 3 CREDITS
                                                         BI-102-30    GENERAL BIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
Environmental Safety & Health                            BI-103-30    GENERAL BIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
ESH-100-01    ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS, 3 CREDITS       BI-234-30    INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
ESH-101-01    HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT, 2 CREDITS      GS-107-30    ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS
                                                         PH-121-30    GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS
English                                                  PH-122-30    GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS
ENG-121-01    MYSTERY FICTION, 4 CREDITS                 Transportation
ENG-199-01    WITNESS LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS
                                                         TTL-141-01   TRANSPORTATION CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS,
Family Studies                                                        3 CREDITS
HDF-260-01    CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT, 3 CREDITS         Writing
Food and Nutrition                                       WR-101-03    COMMUNICATION SKILLS: OCCUPATIONAL WRITING,
FN-110-01     PERSONAL NUTRITION, 3 CREDITS                           3 CREDITS
FN-225-02     NUTRITION, 4 CREDITS                       WR-101-04    COMMUNICATION SKILLS: OCCUPATIONAL WRITING,
                                                                      3 CREDITS
FN-225-03     NUTRITION, 4 CREDITS
                                                         WR-121-17    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
Health                                                   WR-121-18    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
HE-204-01     NUTRITION & WEIGHT CONTROL, 3 CREDITS      WR-121-19    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
HE-204-03     NUTRITION & WEIGHT CONTROL, 3 CREDITS      WR-121-20    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
HE-250-04     PERSONAL HEALTH, 3 CREDITS                 WR-121-21    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
HE-250-05     PERSONAL HEALTH, 3 CREDITS                 WR-121-22    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
HE-252-02     FIRST AID/CPR, 3 CREDITS                   WR-121-23    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
HE-252-05     FIRST AID/CPR, 3 CREDITS                   WR-121-24    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
                                                         WR-122-09    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
                                                         WR-122-10    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
                                                         WR-122-11    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
                                                         WR-123-01    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS
                                                         WR-127-01    SCHOLARSHIP ESSAY WRITING, 1 CREDIT
                                                         WR-227-04    TECHNICAL REPORT WRITING, 4 CREDITS




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     Hybrid Courses                                                         Horticulture/landscape
      Complete course information available in Credit                       HOR-111-01   HORTICULTURE PRACTICUM/FALL, 6 CREDITS
                                                                            HOR-220-01   PLANT PROPAGATION/FALL, 3 CREDITS
      Course Listing, p. 13-78. Indicated with: Hyb                         HOR-226-02   PLANT IDENTIFICATION/FALL, 3 CREDITS
                                                                            HOR-235-02   WEED IDENTIFICATION, 2 CREDITS
     business
                                                                            Humanities/Social Sciences
     BA-120-01    PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS, 3 CREDITS
     BA-122-01    TEAMWORK: PROJECT MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS                   ART-204-01   HISTORY OF WESTERN ART, 4 CREDITS
     BA-205-01    SOLVING COMMUNICATION PROBLEMS WITH                       Mathematics
                  TECHNOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
     BA-240-01    GOVERNMENTAL ACCOUNTING, 4 CREDITS                        MTH-060-02   ALGEBRA I, 4 CREDITS
     BT-262-01    INTEGRATED PROJECTS, 4 CREDITS                            MTH-060-08   ALGEBRA I, 4 CREDITS
                                                                            MTH-065-02   ALGEBRA II, 4 CREDITS
     Computer Science                                                       MTH-065-08   ALGEBRA II, 4 CREDITS
     CS-120-01    SURVEY OF COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS                            MTH-095-07   ALGEBRA III, 4 CREDITS
     CS-120-02    SURVEY OF COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS                            MTH-111-01   COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 5 CREDITS
     CS-120-03    SURVEY OF COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS                            MTH-111-03   COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 5 CREDITS
     CS-120-04    SURVEY OF COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS                            MTH-111-05   COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 5 CREDITS
     CS-120-05    SURVEY OF COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS                            Science
     CS-120-10    SURVEY OF COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS
     CS-229-01    NETWORKING II, 4 CREDITS                                  CH-104-30    INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS
     Computer Workshops: Windows applications, Web                          Writing
     CW-050-01    MS OFFICE SESSION, 0 CREDIT                               WR-121-07    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     CW-050-02    MS OFFICE SESSION, 0 CREDIT                               WR-121-08    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     CW-050-04    MS OFFICE SESSION, 0 CREDIT                               WR-121-12    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     CW-050-05    MS OFFICE SESSION, 0 CREDIT                               WR-121-14    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     CW-052A-01   EXCEL BASIC, 0 CREDIT                                     WR-122-04    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     CW-052B-01   EXCEL INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDIT                              WR-122-07    ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
     CW-052C-01   EXCEL ADVANCED, 0 CREDIT
     CW-054A-01   WORD BASIC, 0 CREDIT
     CW-054B-01   WORD INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDIT
     CW-054C-01   WORD ADVANCED, 0 CREDIT
     CW-055A-01   POWERPOINT BASIC, 0 CREDIT
     CW-055B-01   POWERPOINT INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDIT
     CW-055C-01   POWERPOINT ADVANCED, 0 CREDIT
     CW-056A-01   ACCESS BASIC, 0 CREDIT
     CW-056B-01   ACCESS INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDIT
     CW-056C-01   ACCESS ADVANCED, 0 CREDIT
     Education
     ECE-221-01   OBSERVATION AND GUIDANCE II, 4 CREDITS
     ED-150-01    CREATIVE ACTIVITIES FOR CHILD, 3 CREDITS
     Energy and resource Management
     ERM-100-01 ORIENTATION TO ENERGY & RESOURCE MANAGEMENT,
                  3 CREDITS
     ERM-101-01 ENERGY & RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY I: INTRO, 3 CREDITS
     ERM-201-01 ENERGY APPLICATIONS I: RENEWABLE ENERGY
                  RESOURCES, 4 CREDITS
     English
     ENG-199-02   THE LITERATURE OF HORROR, 4 CREDITS
     ENG-216-01   COMICS & LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS
     Family Studies
     HDF-225-01   PRENATAL, INFANT & TODDLER DEV, 3 CREDITS
     Food and Nutrition
     ECE-235-01   NUTRITION, MUSIC AND MOVEMENT, 3 CREDITS
     Foreign language
     GER-101-01   FIRST-YEAR GERMAN I, 4 CREDITS




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             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
              Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee   Total                  Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee       Total




Credit and non-credit courses offered Fall Preview 2011




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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                          Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
              Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee       Total



Adult Basic Education (ABE)                                                               ANT-280      ANTHROPOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                                                                                          Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
ABE-012      ADULT BASIC EDUCATION, 0 CREDIT                                              work experience in the field of anthropology and/or archaeology.
Instruction offered to improve reading, writing, and math skills. In-                                  ANT-280-01      213544 JOBSITE
dividual schedules are arranged. Students must be 16 years or older.                                    KEELER                               $462       $39         $15         $516V
✔	           ABE-012-67 212834 OIT170            MTWTH 8:30-11:30AM                                     Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
              TEETOR/MCKENNA                     $0    $0        $55              $55
              Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.
             ABE-012-07      212833 D133         MTWTH 12:30-3:30PM
                                                                                          Art
              MCKENNA                            $0    $0        $55              $55     ART-100A JEWELRY MAKING TECHNIQUES, 1 CREDIT
              Required: Instructor consent.                                               Various topics will introduce techniques such as: construction,
                                                                                          forming, fabrication, soldering, inlay, etching, mold making, cast-

Anthropology                                                                              ing, stone setting and silversmithing. Students will be encouraged to
                                                                                          create and design their own jewelry with both meaning and func-
ANT-101      PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                                             tion. Historical and contemporary issues surrounding jewelry and
Introduces the study of humans as biological beings in the context                        body adornment will be presented and discussed during the course.
of modern genetics, evolutionary theory, primate behavior, fossil                                      ART-100A-01 211714 AC120              F          10-12:50PM
hominines, and the role of the physical anthropologist in forensic                                      SCHEER                               $77        $6.50    $125 $208.50
science.                                                                                                Meets: 9/30-11/18. Focus on basic jewelry making: piercing, silver solding
✔	           ANT-101-15      213679 W111         W         6-9:50PM                                     & surface finish.
              PLIMPTON                           $0        $0       $334         $334                  ART-100A-02 211716 AC120              F          2-4:50PM
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Wilsonville                       SCHEER                               $77        $6.50    $125 $208.50
              Campus.                                                                                   Meets: 9/30-11/18. Focus on casting rings & pendants: wax carving, invest-
             ANT-101-01      213680 ONLINE                                                              ing, & centrifugal casting.
              KEELER                             $308      $26        $35        $369                  ART-100A-03 211715 AC120              S          9-3:50PM
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: robertk@                     IIJIMA                               $77        $6.50    $125 $208.50
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3409. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                         Meets: 10/8-10/22. Focus on casting small objects and jewelry.
              ment in RD-115.                                                                          ART-100A-04 211713 AC120              S          9-3:50PM
ANT-102      ARCHAEOLOGY & PREHISTORY, 4 CREDITS                                                        IIJIMA                               $77        $6.50    $125 $208.50
Introduces the methods used by archaeologists to study the devel-                                       Meets: 11/5-11/19. Focus on basic jewelry making: fabrication and hydraulic
opment of human cultures. Provides a survey of world prehistory,                                        press forming.
tracing the transition of human societies from hunting and gather-                        ART-101      ART APPRECIATION, 3 CREDITS
ing to farming, to the beginning of urban life and the rise of early                      Discover the fundamentals of thinking about and creating art
civilizations.                                                                            through readings, class discussions, art projects and gallery/museum
             ANT-102-01      213681 M256         TTH       8-9:50AM                       tours. This course will examine history, ideas and issues associated
              KEELER                             $308      $26      $0           $334     with art and culture from ancient to current times.
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                         ART-101-01      211717 ONLINE
ANT-103      CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                                                           SIEGFRIED                            $231       $19.50      $41        $291.50
Introduces the diversity of contemporary human cultures and the                                         Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: csiegfried@
ways anthropologists study and compare them in an effort to under-                                      clackamas.edu or 503-594-3848.
stand how different societies organize their lives and make sense of                      ART-106      ANIMATION & MOTION GRAPHICS I, 3 CREDITS
the world around them. Explores the interrelationships among the                          Introduction to fundamentals of motion graphics design. This proj-
various elements of culture.                                                              ect-based course will explore experimental and new technological
             ANT-103-01      213543 ONLINE                                                approaches to creating digital effects and animation for video and
              KEELER                             $308      $26        $35        $369     web-based applications.
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: robertk@                    ART-106-01      211718 AC121          MW         2-4:50PM
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3409. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                         WASSON                               $231       $19.50   $90           $340.50
              ment in RD-115.                                                                           Recommended: Previous experience with computer graphics and digital
ANT-232      INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA, 4 CREDITS                                                        video. Offered in MAC format.
A broad survey of the cultures, arts, and history of native Americans                     ART-115      BASIC DESIGN: TWO-DIMENSIONAL DESIGN, 4 CREDITS
north of Mexico. Uses archaeological, ethnohistorical, and ethno-                         Acquaints students with the vocabulary of composition and the ele-
graphic evidence to explore the diversity of native American cultures                     ments and principles of design. Develop creative composition and
from prehisotric times to the present. Includes contemporary issues                       analytical skills through projects and critiques. Examine historical
in Native American life.                                                                  and contemporary issues related to visual composition.
             ANT-232-01      213682 M256         MW        9-10:50AM                                   ART-115-01 211719 AC108               TTH        1-3:50PM
              KEELER                             $308      $26      $0           $334                   BRODNICKI                            $308       $26      $64             $398
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.


✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact           V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
     campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
     location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                       NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 85.
                                        see page 12.
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                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time
                               Instructor                         Tuition   Fee           Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                          Tuition     Fee       Crs. Fee    Total


                 Art, continued                                                                              ART-225      COMPUTER GRAPHICS I, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                             Introduction to the use of digital graphics programs. Photo manipu-
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                 ART-116      BASIC DESIGN: COLOR THEORY & COMPOSITION,
                                                                                                             lation, illustration, and compositing techniques will be explored.
                              4 CREDITS                                                                      Design principles and creative composition will be emphasized. His-
                 Explores the use of color in art. Create charts, paintings and collages                     torical and contemporary issues related to graphic design aesthetics
                 that investigate the elements, principles and theory of color. Exam-                        will be considered.
                 ine historical and contemporary issues of color and composition in                                       ART-225-01      211734 AC121         MW          9-11:50AM
                 the arts.                                                                                                 WASSON                              $231        $19.50   $48     $298.50
                              ART-116-01 211720 AC108  TTH   9-11:50AM                                                     Recommended: Pass ART-115. Section offered in MAC format.
                               TRUE                    $308  $26      $64  $398                              ART-226      COMPUTER GRAPHICS II, 3 CREDITS
                 ART-117      BASIC DESIGN: THREE-DIMENSIONAL COMPOSITION,                                   Continue exploring the processes of digital graphics programs. More
                              4 CREDITS                                                                      advanced aspects of image compositing, bit mapping, layering,
                 Examines the elements of form, space, structure and sculpture. Cre-                         and using channels in Photoshop. More advanced aspects of vector
                 ate works of art using various sculptural processes. Historical and                         graphics creation and document creation in Illustrator and InDe-
                 contemporary issues relating to sculpture, architecture and design                          sign. Creative problem solving, design applications and contempo-
                 are considered.                                                                             rary issues will be explored.
                              ART-117-01 211721 AC122             MW        9-11:50AM                                     ART-226-01      211735 AC121         MW          9-11:50AM
                               SIMMONS                            $308      $26      $64             $398                  WASSON                              $231        $19.50   $48     $298.50
                                                                                                                           Recommended: Pass ART-225. Section offered in MAC format.
                 ART-131      DRAWING, 4 CREDITS
                 Introduces drawing tools, materials, techniques, elements of com-                           ART-250      CERAMICS/BEGINNING, 4 CREDITS
                 position; line, gesture, color and value. Assignments involve obser-                        Broad general background in ceramics. Explore methods of work-
                 vational drawing and its relationship to volume and form on a two-                          ing with clay including pinching, coiling, slab construction, and
                 dimensional plane. Assignments include drawings, readings, term                             throwing on the wheel. Introduction to glazing and firing methods.
                 papers and critiques of projects. Historical issues of drawing will be                      Research into the ancient history of ceramics. Develop fundamental
                 examined.                                                                                   skills to foster artistic growth.
                              ART-131-01      211722 AC102        MW        9-11:50AM                                     ART-250-01 211812 AC123              TTH   9-11:50AM
                               TRUE                               $308      $26      $64             $398                  BRODNICKI                           $308  $26      $64                $398
                              ART-131-03      211724 AC102        TTH       9-11:50AM                                     ART-250-02 211814 AC123              TTH   2-4:50PM
                               ANDERSEN                           $308      $26      $64             $398                  MCFADDEN                            $308  $26      $64                $398
                              ART-131-02      211723 AC102        MW        1-3:50PM                                      ART-250-03 211815 AC123              TTH   6-8:50PM
                               SCHROER                            $308      $26      $64             $398                  MCFADDEN                            $308  $26      $64                $398
                 ✔	           ART-131-15      211725 W218         MW        6-8:50PM                         ART-253      CERAMICS/INTERMEDIATE,              4 CREDITS
                               SIEGFRIED                          $0        $0       $380            $380    Further develop skills and ideas to foster artistic growth. Explore
                               At CCC Wilsonville Campus.                                                    working with clay: pinching, coiling, slab construction, and throw-
                 ART-161      PHOTOGRAPHY I, 3 CREDITS                                                       ing on the wheel. Continue to learn about glazing and firing.
                 Introduction to basic camera operation and darkroom processes in                            Focused research in the ancient history of ceramics.
                 developing and printing film. Elements of composition, content,                                          ART-253-01 211817 AC123              TTH         9-11:50AM
                 and historical reference will be explored.                                                                BRODNICKI                           $308        $26      $64          $398
                              ART-161-01      211726 AC108        MW        1-3:50PM                                       Prerequisites: Pass ART-250, ART-251, and ART-252 or instructor consent.
                               ELIOT                              $231      $19.50   $75         $325.50                  ART-253-02 211819 AC123              TTH         2-4:50PM
                               Required: 35mm camera with adjustable exposure controls.                                    MCFADDEN                            $308        $26      $64          $398
                                                                                                                           Prerequisites: Pass ART-250, ART-251, and ART-252 or instructor consent.
                 ART-194      WATERCOLOR PAINTING, 3 CREDITS
                 A beginning level study and practice course focused on individual                                        ART-253-03 211820 AC123              TTH         6-8:50PM
                                                                                                                           MCFADDEN                            $308        $26      $64          $398
                 exploration in technique and application of watercolor painting.                                          Prerequisites: Pass ART-250, ART-251, and ART-252 or instructor consent.
                 Skill development in: preparation, creative expression, and presenta-
                 tion with the transparent medium of watercolor.                                             ART-262      DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY & PHOTO-IMAGING, 3 CREDITS
                              ART-194-01 211728 AC108 WF     9-11:50AM                                       Introduces concepts, techniques, practices, aesthetics and ethics of
                               WHITTEN                $231   $19.50   $48                        $298.50
                                                                                                             photographic imaging and image-making with digital technology.
                                                                                                                          ART-262-01      211736 AC121         TTH         9-11:50AM
                 ART-204      HISTORY OF WESTERN ART, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                                           DREGER                              $231        $19.50   $48     $298.50
                 Examines art, culture, and history from the Paleolithic era through                                       Prerequisite: Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-120 or instructor consent.
                 the Byzantine style. Present a broad overview of art history. En-                                         Offered in MAC format. Adobe Photoshop will be used.
                 courages an appreciation and understanding of art and its history
                                                                                                                          ART-262-02      211824 ONLINE
                 through readings, lectures, papers and exams.
                                                                                                                           ELIOT                               $231        $19.50    $35    $285.50
                 HYB          ART-204-01 211732 N140              TTH       4-5:20PM                                       Online. Contact: smithe@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3648. Prerequisite:
                               BRODNICKI                          $308      $26      $6              $340                  Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-120 or instructor consent. Photoshop Ele-
                               Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday and Thursday plus online hours. Contact:
                                                                                                                           ments will be used.
                               norab@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3036. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or
                               placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                      ART-280      ART/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                              ART-204-02      211733 ONLINE                                                  Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
                               REID                               $308      $26           $41        $375    work experience in the field of art.
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: dreid@                        ART-280-01      211738 JOBSITE
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3034. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                           TRUE                                $462        $39       $15        $516V
                               ment in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                                         Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.




                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville           Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus         10.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                       location                      HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                          Tuition     Fee      Crs. Fee      Total


ART-281      PAINTING/BEGINNING, 4 CREDITS                                                   AM-130       BRAKE SYSTEMS, 7 CREDITS
Introduces basic painting tools, materials, techniques, and elements                         Theory and lab course covers basic hydraulics, brake fluids, friction




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of composition, color, gesture, and value. Direct observation of real-                       material, seals, disc and drum brakes, disc and drum brake servic-
ity in relation to volume and form on a two-dimensional plane. As-                           ing equipment, hydraulic and vacuum brake boosters and anti-lock
signments include paintings, readings and critique of projects.                              braking systems.
             ART-281-02 211825 AC102             F      9-2:50PM                                          AM-130-01 213774 B109 WTH      7:30-2:50PM
              STAFF                              $308   $26      $64                 $398                  MILLER               $539     $45.50    $105 $689.50
             ART-281-01 211739 AC102             TTH    1-3:50PM                             AM-175       ADVANCED MECHANIC STUDIES I, 3 CREDITS
              ANDERSEN                           $308   $26      $64                 $398    For currently enrolled automotive students wishing to specialize in
ART-284      PAINTING/INTERMEDIATE,             4 CREDITS                                    specific areas of automotive repair.
Utilizes advanced painting concepts, materials, and techniques with                                       AM-175-01   212203 B161              TBA         7:30-2:50PM
emphasis on composition, color, gesture and value. Problems deal                                           MILLER/LOCKWOOD                     $231        $19.50    $45       $295.50
with observation of reality in relation to volume and form on a two-                                       Required: Instructor consent. Days TBA.
dimensional plane. Assignments include paintings, readings and                               AM-185       ADVANCED MECHANIC STUDIES II, 3 CREDITS
critique of projects.                                                                        Lab course for currently enrolled automotive students wishing to
             ART-284-02 211826 AC102              F         9-2:50PM                         specialize in specific areas of automotive repair.
              STAFF                               $308      $26      $64             $398                 AM-185-01   212205 B161              TBA         7:30-2:50PM
             ART-284-01 211740 AC102              TTH       1-3:50PM                                       MILLER/LOCKWOOD                     $231        $19.50    $45       $295.50
              ANDERSEN                            $308      $26      $64             $398                  Required: Instructor consent. Days TBA.
ART-291      SCULPTURE, 4 CREDITS                                                            AM-195       ADVANCED MECHANIC STUDIES III, 3 CREDITS
Introduction to the processes and concepts of sculpture; the ele-                            Lab course for currently enrolled automotive students wishing to
ments of form and space will be explored. Clay, plaster, mold mak-                           specialize in specific areas of automotive repair.
ing, carving, human form, and assemblage will be introduced. Refer-
                                                                                                          AM-195-01   212206 B161              TBA         7:30-2:50PM
ence to historical and aesthetic content will be presented.
                                                                                                           MILLER/LOCKWOOD                     $231        $19.50    $45       $295.50
             ART-291-01      211741 AC122         MW        1-3:50PM                                       Required: Instructor consent. Days TBA.
              SIMMONS                             $308      $26      $64             $398
                                                                                             AM-245       AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SYSTEMS, 7 CREDITS

Automotive Service Technology
                                                                                             A course in automatic transmission repair. Includes diagnosis and
                                                                                             testing, service and rebuilding of automatic transmissions and
Must have ANSI approved eye protection first day and comply with college                     transaxles.
safety policy.                                                                                            AM-245-01 212209 B114                MT          7:30-2:50PM
                                                                                                           LOCKWOOD                            $539        $45.50    $105 $689.50
AM-106       FIX YOUR OWN CAR, 2 CREDITS                                                                   Prerequisite: AM-129.
A do-it-yourself course for non-automotive majors who want to
work on their own cars. Includes: oil change, lubrication, fluid                             AM-280       AUTO MECHANICS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
checks, brakes, cooling system, electrical system, safety, and other                         Cooperative work experience. Work-based learning experience in an
quick services.                                                                              auto repair shop or auto dealership.
             AM-106-01  212197 B109   TH     6:15-9:50PM                                                  AM-280-01   212210 JOBSITE
              POSCHWATTA              $154   $13       $30                           $197                  LEUCK/MILLER/LOCKWOOD               $462        $39      $15         $516V
                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
AM-121       GENERAL AUTO REPAIR I, 3 CREDITS
Course material is coordinated with other auto courses. Includes live
repair work and fundamentals such as safety, tools, measuring, and                           Business
fasteners. For first term automotive students.                                               BA-101       INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS, 4 CREDITS
             AM-121-01   212199 B109              F         7:30-2:50PM                      Introduction to the American business system including business or-
              LEUCK/MILLER/LOCKWOOD               $231      $19.50    $45      $295.50       ganization, accounting, finance, marketing, and management.
              Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of: AM-129,                        BA-101-01       211878 M229          MW          8-9:50AM
              AM-130, AM-131, AM-133, AM-224 or AM-235.                                                    HATFIELD                            $308        $26      $0           $334
AM-122       GENERAL AUTO REPAIR II, 3 CREDITS                                                             Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
Course material is coordinated with other auto courses. Includes live                                     BA-101-02       211879 M229          MW          10-11:50AM
repair work and fundamentals such as safety, tools, measuring, and                                         HATFIELD                            $308        $26      $0           $334
fasteners. For second term automotive students.                                                            Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
             AM-122-01   212200 B109              F         7:30-2:50PM                                   BA-101-03   211880 M229              MW          12-1:50PM
              MILLER/LOCKWOOD/LEUCK               $231      $19.50    $45      $295.50                     EICHENBERGER                        $308        $26      $0           $334
              Prerequisite: AM-121.                                                                        Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
AM-123       GENERAL AUTO REPAIR III, 3 CREDITS                                                           BA-101-04       211881 M229          TTH         8-9:50AM
Course material is coordinated with other auto courses. Includes live                                      HATFIELD                            $308        $26      $0           $334
repair work and fundamentals such as safety, tools, measuring and                                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
fasteners. For third term automotive students.                                                            BA-101-05       211882 M229          TTH         10-11:50AM
             AM-123-01  212201 B109               F         7:30-2:50PM                                    WATERS                              $308        $26      $0           $334
              LOCKWOOD/LEUCK/MILLER               $231      $19.50    $45      $295.50                     Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              Prerequisite: AM-122.                                                                       BA-101-06       211883 M229          TTH         1-2:50PM
                                                                                                           WATERS                              $308        $26      $0           $334
AM-129       ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, 7 CREDITS                                                                 Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
Includes basic electricity, introduction to semiconductors, electrical
measurement, schematics, wiring repair, service of batteries, crank-                                      BA-101-07   211884 M229              T           6-9:50PM
                                                                                                           EICHENBERGER                        $308        $26      $0           $334
ing, charging, lighting and distributor ignition systems.                                                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
             AM-129-01       213773 B114          MT        7:30-2:50PM                                   BA-101-08       211885 ONLINE
              LEUCK                               $539      $45.50    $105 $689.50                         HARTMAN                             $308        $26      $40          $374
                                                                                                           Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: gretah@
                                                                                                           clackamas.edu or 503-594-3691. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                                                                                                           ment in RD-115.
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total


                 Business, continued                                                                                       BA-131-04       211897 M132           T         6-9:50PM
                                                                                                                            MEYERS                               $308      $26      $20              $354
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                                                                                                                            Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                 BA-104       BUSINESS MATH, 3 CREDITS                                                                      BT-120 or instructor consent.
                 Math skills applicable to the business environment. Mark-up, mark-
                 down, simple interest, present value, stocks, bonds, mutuals, and                                         BA-131-05       211898 ONLINE
                 credit cards. Introduces accounting topics such as depreciation, fi-                                       PATRICK                              $308      $26         $20           $354
                 nancial statements, and ratios.                                                                            Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: tanyap@
                                                                                                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3076. Student must have access to the following
                              BA-104-01       211886 M252           TTH       8-9:20AM                                      equipment and software: personal computer with MS Windows 7 operating
                               GREENE                               $231      $19.50   $5          $255.50                  system, MS Office 2010 Professional, internet account including email, and
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-050 or place into higher level math class.                            access to WWW (DSL or cable connection recommended). Recommended:
                              BA-104-02       211887 ONLINE                                                                 Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass BT-120 or instruc-
                               RYAN                                 $231      $19.50      $40      $290.50                  tor consent.
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: joanr@                         BA-131-06       211899 ONLINE
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3077. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-050 or place into                      SEAMAN                               $308      $26         $40           $374
                               higher level math class.                                                                     Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: lynns@
                 BA-111       GENERAL ACCOUNTING I, 4 CREDITS                                                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3495. Student must have access to the following
                 Bookkeeping and accounting systems with procedures emphasized.                                             equipment and software: personal computer wtih MS Windows 7 operating
                 Accounting cycle, general and special journals, subsidiary ledgers,                                        system, MS Office 2010 Professional, internet account including email and
                                                                                                                            access to WWW (DSL or cable connection recommended). Recommended:
                 accounting for cash, and end-of-period operations.
                                                                                                                            Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass BT-120 or instruc-
                              BA-111-01       211888 M254           MW        10-11:50AM                                    tor consent.
                               GREENE                               $308      $26      $5            $339
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                               BA-199       IFRS (INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING
                                                                                                                           STANDARDS), 1 CREDIT
                              BA-111-02       211889 ONLINE                                                   This course explains the what, how, when, and why of the IFRS
                               GREENE                               $308      $26         $40        $374     (International Financial Reporting Standards) which will be fully
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: shannong@
                                                                                                              implemented in the U.S. by 2014. While the requirements are not
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3680. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                                                                                                              locked in at this point (and are are still evolving) students gradu-
                               ment in RD-115.
                                                                                                              ating or transferring in accounting majors must be aware of, un-
                 BA-120       PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS, 3 CREDITS                                      derstand, and be able to discuss the IFRS standards and how they
                 This course offers tools and techniques to perform needs analysis,                           will affect small, medium, and large business financial accounting
                 negotiating and contracting for goals and resources, work/task                               reports.
                 breakdown, project flowchart and schedule, resource allocation,                                           BA-199-01       212077 ONLINE
                 time estimates, critical path, contingency planning, project moni-                                         SALAZAR                              $77       $6.50       $35        $118.50
                 toring, and reporting.                                                                                     Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: charless@
                 HYB          BA-120-01    211891 M252              M         6:30-9:20PM                                   clackamas.edu or 503-594-3827.
                               S. PHILLIPS                          $231      $19.50    $0         $250.50
                               Hybrid. Orientation: 9/26, 6:30-7:50pm. Meets: 9/26, 10/3, 10/17, 10/31,       BA-205       SOLVING COMMUNICATION PROBLEMS WITH
                               11/14 & 11/28 plus online hours. Contact: sherylp@clackamas.edu                             TECHNOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
                               or 503-594-3804.                                                               Skills and technology needed to communicate effectively. Organize
                                                                                                              and present business information electronically, including data col-
                 BA-122       TEAMWORK: PROJECT MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS                                         lection, correspondence, business reporting, business presentations,
                 Focuses on team dynamics, group behavior, and communication                                  and corporate communications.
                 skills. Students study personalities, learning styles, diversity, appreci-                   HYB          BA-205-01   211903 M254               T         1-2:50PM
                 ating differences and values, ethics, decision making, problem solv-
                                                                                                                            CHRISTENSEN                          $308      $26      $10              $344
                 ing, and virtual teaming.                                                                                  Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours. Contact: kathc@
                 HYB          BA-122-01   211892 M252               M         6:30-9:20PM                                   clackamas.edu or 503-594-3072. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                               CHRISTENSEN                          $231      $19.50    $0         $250.50                  ment in RD-115. Prequisites: Pass BA-131 & WR-121.
                               Hybrid. Orientation: 9/26, 8:00-9:20pm. Meets: 9/26, 10/10, 10/24, 11/7,
                                                                                                                           BA-205-02       211902 ONLINE
                               11/21 & 12/5 plus online hours. Contact: kathc@clackamas.edu
                               or 503-594-3072.                                                                             BABIN                                $308      $26         $40           $374
                                                                                                                            Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: moniqueb@
                 BA-131       INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS                                                 clackamas.edu or 503-594-3576. Requires access to MS Office 2010
                 Use and application of Microsoft Office. Use Word, Excel, Access,                                          Professional. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                 and PowerPoint to create business documents. Internet features,                                            Prerequisites: Pass BA-131 & WR-121.
                 multi-tasking, and file management.                                                          BA-206       MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS, 4 CREDITS
                              BA-131-01       211894 M132           MW        10-11:50AM                      Concepts and theories of management with focus on planning,
                               PARKER                               $308      $26      $20           $354     organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling. Organizational
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass            structures, planning principles, and international management
                               BT-120 or instructor consent.                                                  techniques.
                              BA-131-02       211895 M132           MW        12-1:50PM                                    BA-206-01       211904 M252           TTH       1-2:50PM
                               GREENE                               $308      $26      $20           $354                   PARKER                               $308      $26      $0               $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                               BT-120 or instructor consent.
                              BA-131-03       211896 M132           TTH       10-11:50AM
                               PATRICK                              $308      $26      $20           $354
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                               BT-120 or instructor consent.



                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville           Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact              V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus         10.                            department first class                   cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                       location                      HYB Classroom/online course -                                          NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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                                                                                                                                                        Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                           Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
              Instructor                           Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total


BA-211       FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I, 4 CREDITS                                                 BA-223       PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING, 4 CREDITS
Basic principles of accounting cycle for service and merchandising                             Survey and application of marketing principles and vocabulary in




                                                                                                                                                                                             Course Listing
companies, journals, ledgers, accounting for cash, end-of-period op-                           profit and non-profit organizations. Product planning, distribution,
erations, worksheets, entries, and financial statements. Emphasis on                           promotion, price, and customer service are analyzed and applied.
procedure and theory.                                                                                       BA-223-01       211917 ONLINE
             BA-211-01       211905 M252           MW         8-9:50AM                                       HATFIELD                            $308       $26        $40           $374
              SALAZAR                              $308       $26      $5             $339                   Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: daleh@
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3074. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
             BA-211-02       211906 M252           MW         10-11:50AM                                     ment in RD-115.
              GRIMALDI                             $308       $26      $5             $339     BA-224       HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 4 CREDITS
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                 Traditional, current, and emerging personnel practices. Practical and
             BA-211-03       211907 M254           TTH        8-9:50AM                         realistic approach to human resource management, employee wel-
              SALAZAR                              $308       $26      $5             $339     fare, working conditions, selection and placement, personnel func-
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                 tions, and the responsibilities of the personnel director.
             BA-211-04       211908 M254           TTH        10-11:50AM                                    BA-224-01       211918 ONLINE
              GRIMALDI                             $308       $26      $5             $339                   WATERS                              $308       $26        $40           $374
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: billw@
             BA-211-05       211909 M229           M          6-9:50PM                                       clackamas.edu or 503-594-3079. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              LEONG                                $308       $26      $5             $339                   ment in RD-115.
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                 BA-226       BUSINESS LAW I, 4 CREDITS
             BA-211-06       211910 ONLINE                                                     Concepts, principles, and rules of law applicable to business transac-
              GRIMALDI                             $308       $26         $40         $374     tions. Emphasis on constitution, courts, business crimes, torts, and
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: hugog@              consumer contract law.
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3073. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                             BA-226-01       211919 M253          MW         10-11:50AM
              ment in RD-115.
                                                                                                             RYAN                                $308       $26      $0              $334
BA-212       FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II, 4 CREDITS                                                              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
Principles and practices in service and merchandising corporations,                                         BA-226-02       211920 M253          TTH        10-11:50AM
cash controls, receivables, assets, short-term and long-term liabili-                                        RYAN                                $308       $26      $0              $334
ties, debt, and financial statements. Corporate analysis of financial                                        Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
position including the cash flow statement.                                                                 BA-226-03       211921 M253          T          6-9:50PM
             BA-212-01       211911 M253           MW         8-9:50AM                                       HERNDON                             $308       $26      $0              $334
              RYAN                                 $308       $26      $5             $339                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              Prerequisite: Pass BA-211.                                                                    BA-226-04       211922 ONLINE
             BA-212-02       211912 ONLINE                                                                   HERNDON                             $308       $26        $40           $374
              GRIMALDI                             $308       $26         $40         $374                   Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: rherndon@
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: hugog@                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3698. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3073. Prerequisite: Pass BA-211.                                      ment in RD-115.
BA-213       DECISION MAKING WITH ACCOUNTING INFORMATION,                                      BA-239       ADVERTISING, 4 CREDITS
             4 CREDITS                                                                         Relationship to marketing, including how advertising helps accom-
Accounting for manufacturing operations, cost systems, capital bud-                            plish marketing objectives. Advertising planning and strategy and
geting, variances and budget performance reports, job order, process,                          examination of various communication vehicles carrying the adver-
flow, and standard costing. Presentation and interpretation of ac-                             tising message.
counting data to aid decisions.                                                                             BA-239-01       211923 M252          TTH        10-11:50AM
             BA-213-01       211913 M253           TTH        8-9:50AM                                       HATFIELD                            $308       $26      $0              $334
              RYAN                                 $308       $26      $5             $339                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              Prerequisite: Pass BA-212.                                                       BA-240       GOVERNMENTAL ACCOUNTING, 4 CREDITS
             BA-213-02       211914 ONLINE                                                     Accounting procedures, records, and statements to summarize and
              RYAN                                 $308       $26         $40         $374     disclose the results of non-profit and governmental activities. Topics
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: joanr@              include but are not limited to budgetary accounting, general, special
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3077. Prerequisite: Pass BA-212.                        revenue, capital projects, debt service, enterprise and proprietary
BA-217       BUDGETING FOR MANAGERS, 3 CREDITS                                                 funds, general fixed asset accounts.
Budgeting vocabulary, finance, record keeping, cash management,                                HYB          BA-240-01       211924 M252          W          6-9:50PM
cash budgeting, and capital budgeting. Recommended that students                                             GRIMALDI                            $308       $26      $5              $339
pass BA-111 or BA-211 or have experience in accounting or work-                                              Hybrid. Meets: 9/28, 10/12, 10/26 & 11/16 plus online hours. Contact:
related budgeting.                                                                                           hugog@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3073. Prerequisite: Pass BA-212.
             BA-217-01       211915 ONLINE                                                     BA-249       RETAILING, 3 CREDITS
              SALAZAR                              $231       $19.50      $40       $290.50    Provides an understanding of the types of businesses, strategies, op-
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: charless@           erations, formats and environments through which retailing is car-
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3827. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                ried out. Takes a multi-disciplinary approach to consider the process
              ment in RD-115.                                                                  and structure of retailing.
BA-218       PERSONAL FINANCE, 3 CREDITS                                                                    BA-249-01       211925 ONLINE
An analysis and personal application of basic principles in budget-                                          STAFF                               $231       $19.50     $40        $290.50
ing, financial decision-making, use of credit, savings and investing,                                        Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: billw@
home ownership, risk management, estate planning, and other ma-                                              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3079. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
jor personal finance topics.                                                                                 ment in RD-115.
             BA-218-01       211916 ONLINE
              PARKER                               $231       $19.50      $40       $290.50
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: sharonp@
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3075. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 or higher, pass BA-104.
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                           Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee       Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee   Total


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                 BA-251       SUPERVISORY MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS                                               Registration for these workshops does not require college admission. Use
                 Role and responsibilities of the first-line supervisor or manager.                           Quick Entry Registration Form, or e-mail bizcenter@clackamas.edu for online
                 Analyzing business, dealing with change, staffing and scheduling,                            registration instructions.
                 leadership, decision-making and motivational skills, and managing
                                                                                                              For more information on these classes or other questions regarding your
                 teams.
                                                                                                              small business needs, contact the Business Development Center at
                              BA-251-01       211927 ONLINE
                                                                                                              503-594-0738. Website: www.bizcenter.org/clackamas
                               PARKER                             $231      $19.50     $40    $290.50
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: sharonp@          SBM-006      GOING INTO BUSINESS, 0 CREDIT
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3075. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-              Find out what it takes to start up and successfully operate your own
                               ment in RD-115.                                                                business. Assess whether business ownership is the right path for
                 BA-256       INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING, 3 CREDITS                                                you.
                 Detailed review of the federal tax structure as it relates to the prepa-                     ✔	           SBM-006-01 213711 OIT157             TH         6:30-9:20PM
                 ration of individual tax returns. Also provides a brief overview of                                        WILLE                               $0         $0        $0             $0
                 partnership and corporate tax returns.                                                                     Meets: 9/15, 10/13 or 11/17. Call 503-594-0738 or e-mail bizcenter@
                                                                                                                            clackamas.edu to reserve a place in one of these free classes. At Harmony
                              BA-256-01   211928 ONLINE
                                                                                                                            Community Campus.
                               STEKELBERG                         $231      $19.50     $40    $290.50
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jamess@           SBM-006      MARKETING MASTERY, 0 CREDIT
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3861. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-              The business seminar your competition hopes you’ll miss! This
                               ment in RD-115.                                                                seminar will show small businesses how they can create, win and
                 BA-280       BUSINESS/CWE, 3-6V CREDITS                                                      dominate their markets. Topics include winning the perception
                 Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in a business                             game, and what a business has to do to be the customer’s first choice
                 related to the student’s major course of study. Under supervision of                         in today’s hypercompetitive business environment.
                 instructor and employer.                                                                     ✔	           SBM-006-09 213716 OIT157             T          2-4:50PM
                              BA-280-01  211929 JOBSITE                                                                     SHERK                               $0         $0       $139          $139
                                                                                                                            Meets: 10/18, 11/1 & 11/15. At Harmony Community Campus.
                               MIDDENDORFF                        $462      $39        $15        $516V
                               Contact: carolm@clackamas.edu or 503-594-6040. Required: Instructor            SBM-006      TRADE SHOW & EVENT MARKETING, 0 CREDIT
                               consent & a CWE seminar.                                                       There’s more to a trade show than showing up! Trade show and
                              BA-280-02   213250 JOBSITE                                                      event marketing has become a staple of the business world’s market-
                               CHRISTENSEN                        $462      $39        $15        $516V       ing activities. Find out about pre-show/event planning, what to do
                               Restricted to Project Management students only. Contact: kathc@                at the show and afterwards, and why exhibitors fail.
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3072. Required: Instructor consent & a CWE            ✔	           SBM-006-10 213717 OIT157             TH         6:30-9:20PM
                               seminar.                                                                                     SELBY                               $0         $0        $30           $30
                              BA-280-03       213252 JOBSITE                                                                Meets: 10/20. At Harmony Community Campus.
                               GRIMALDI                           $462      $39        $15        $516V       SBM-006      CUSTOMER SERVICE, 0 CREDIT
                               Restricted to Accounting students only. Contact: hugog@clackamas.edu           Customer service is a powerful competitive tool which can be used
                               or 503-594-3073. Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                 to create stronger market position and increase sales through cus-
                 BA-285       HUMAN RELATIONS IN BUSINESS, 4 CREDITS                                          tomer retention and referral. Overview of customer-driven quality,
                 Basic psychology and human relations techniques in building better                           measuring customer satisfaction and the cost of customer dissatis-
                 employer/employee relationships. Interpersonal relations both on                             faction.
                 the job and in everyday life.                                                                ✔	           SBM-006-14 213718 OIT157             TH         2-3:50PM
                              BA-285-01   211932 M252             MW        12-1:50PM                                       SHEA                                $0         $0       $20            $20
                               CHRISTENSEN                        $308      $26      $0            $334                     Meets: 9/29. At Harmony Community Campus.
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                               SBM-006      HIGH IMPACT MARKETING, 0 CREDIT
                              BA-285-02   211933 ONLINE                                                       Fast-paced class surveying variety of businesses and how they
                               CHRISTENSEN                        $308      $26        $40         $374       increased revenue through effective marketing. Emphasis on dif-
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: kathc@            ferentiating your product/service from the competition while on a
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3072. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-              tight budget. Leave with a proven process for developing your own
                               ment in RD-115.                                                                unique marketing strategy.
                                                                                                              ✔	           SBM-006-15 213719 OIT157             TH         6:30-9:20PM
                                                                                                                            WILLE                               $0         $0        $30           $30
                                                                                                                            Meets: 10/6. At Harmony Community Campus.
                                                                                                              SBM-006      MORE PROFIT? MORE SALES!, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                              How do you increase sales when selling is something you have never
                                                                                                              done before? This class covers the basics, from identifying your mar-
                                                                                                              ket, to low-cost sales techniques, to building and sustaining your
                                                                                                              own unique sales process.
                                                                                                              ✔	           SBM-006-16 213720 OIT157             TH         6:30-9:20PM
                                                                                                                            WILLE                               $0         $0        $30           $30
                                                                                                                            Meets: 11/3. At Harmony Community Campus.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact              V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                   cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                          NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            18   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                      Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day        Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                            Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee     Total


SBM-006      SMALL BUSINESS FINANCE, 0 CREDIT                                              SBM-006      PREPARING FOR THE CCB EXAM, 0 CREDIT
If you could benefit from a review of (or intro to), financial basics                      This class will prepare students to qualify for and successfully pass




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in a non-threatening atmosphere with other small business owners,                          the Construction Contractors Board (CCB) exam required for con-
this class is for you. Topics include business planning, financial pro-                    tractor certification in Oregon. The class is taught by a certified
jections and budgeting, cash flow, funding options.                                        CCB education provider and fulfills the CCB pre-exam educational
✔	           SBM-006-17 213721 OIT157             S         9-11:50AM                      requirement.
              POWELL                              $0        $0       $30            $30    ✔	           SBM-006-30 213728 OIT157               F          6:30-9:20PM
              Meets: 10/1. At Harmony Community Campus.                                                                   OIT157               S          9-4:50PM
                                                                                                         VAN FLEET                             $0         $0        $325          $325
SBM-006      FINANCIAL DIAGNOSIS, 0 CREDIT                                                               Meets: 9/9, 9/10 & 9/17. Fee includes course material. Full payment due
Find out how to unlock and understand the secrets that financial                                         before 1st day of class. At Harmony Community Campus.
statements can tell you about the financial health of your business.
Also find out how to generate financial projections, crucial informa-                                   SBM-006-31 213729 OIT157               F          6:30-9:20PM
tion for anyone seeking financing.                                                                                        OIT157               S          9-4:50PM
                                                                                                         VAN FLEET                             $0         $0        $325          $325
✔	           SBM-006-18 213722 OIT157             S         10-12:50PM                                   Meets: 11/4, 11/5 & 11/12. Fee includes course material. Full payment due
              CARROLL                             $0        $0       $30            $30                  before 1st day of class. At Harmony Community Campus.
              Meets: 10/29. Followup session by appointment. At Harmony Community
              Campus.                                                                      SBM-006      LCB RULES & REGULATIONS, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                           This class provides information and forms necessary to open a
SBM-006      RECORDKEEPING & TAXES, 0 CREDIT                                               landscaping business in Oregon, presents rules and regulations for
Find out basic recordkeeping and tax requirements for your busi-                           operating a landscaping contracting company and satisfies the LCB
ness. Assess various options for tracking income and expenses; how                         training requirement.
to select accounting and tax professionals so you don’t have prob-
                                                                                           ✔            SBM-006-32 213730 OIT157               F          6:30-9:20PM
lems with the IRS later. This class is recommended to prepare for
                                                                                                                                               S          9:00AM-4:50PM
QuickBooks training.                                                                                     VAN FLEET                             $0         $0        $325          $325
✔	           SBM-006-19 213723 OIT157             S         9-2:50PM                                     Meets: 10/14, 10/15 & 10/22. Fee includes course materials. Full payment
              WEESNER                             $0        $0       $35            $35                  due before 1st day of class. At Harmony Community Campus.
              Meets: 10/8. At Harmony Community Campus.
                                                                                           SBM-006      MARKETING YOUR ART, 0 CREDIT
SBM-006      WHICH BUSINESS ENTITY IS RIGHT FOR ME?, 0 CREDIT                              This mini-seminar is for artists who want to develop a marketing
Do you understand how your business entity affects your personal                           strategy, as well as share marketing ideas with fellow local artists.
taxes? In this class you will examine the differences between tax                          ✔	           SBM-006-33 213731 OIT157               TH         4:30-6:20PM
requirements for Sole Proprietors, Partnership/LLCs, S-corporations                                      LANSING                               $0         $0        $20            $20
and C-corporations.                                                                                      Meets: 9/29. Class size is limited to 10 for each session, allowing individual
✔	           SBM-006-20 213724 OIT157             T         1-4:50PM                                     attention to each participant’s questions and concerns. At Harmony
              WEESNER                             $0        $0       $30            $30                  Community Campus.
              Meets: 10/25. At Harmony Community Campus.                                   SBM-006      MAKE SEARCH ENGINES LOVE YOUR WEBSITE, 0 CREDIT
SBM-006      QUICKBOOKS PRO: BEGINNING, 0 CREDIT                                           Do you want to find out how the search engines rank your website?
Find out how to set up your books right the first time, using Quick-                       Discover how you can get better search engine results for the search
Books Pro or Premier. If you are new to QuickBooks or have little                          terms that matter to you most.
bookkeeping experience, this class will get you started. Topics in-                        ✔	           SBM-006-39 213733 OIT157               T          6:30-9:20PM
clude how to navigate in QuickBooks, how to enter your sales and                                         PATTON                                $0         $0        $30            $30
pay your bills.                                                                                          Meets: 9/27. At Harmony Community Campus.
✔	           SBM-006-21 213725 OIT154             W         6-8:50PM                       SBM-006      BLOGGING FOR BIZ WITH WORDPRESS, 0 CREDIT
              WEESNER                             $0        $0       $120          $120    Wordpress is an open-source (free) software system that provides
              Meets: 10/5-10/26. Required: Proficiency with computers & Windows.           unparalleled customization and functionality in developing a blog
              At Harmony Community Campus.                                                 site. Small businesses may consider a blog-based site as their primary
SBM-006      QUICKBOOKS PRO: NEXT STEP, 0 CREDIT                                           website, or a blog can be free online additional exposure. Blogs may
In this continuation QuickBooks Pro class, topics will include how                         be easily updated by site owners with no knowledge of website de-
to create and customize company forms and reports, do basic job                            sign.
costing, memorize transactions, reconcile bank and credit card state-                      ✔	           SBM-006-40 213734 OIT154               W          6:30-9:20PM
ments.                                                                                                   PATTON                                $0         $0        $55            $55
✔	           SBM-006-22 213726 OIT154             W         6-8:50PM                                     Meets: 11/30 & 12/7. Familiarity with computers is required. At Harmony
              WEESNER                             $0        $0       $95            $95                  Community Campus.
              Meets: 11/2-11/16. Required: Current enrollment in or successful             SBM-006      GOOGLE ADWORDS FOR SMALL BIZ, 0 CREDIT
              completion of QuickBooks Pro: Beginning, or instructor consent.              Adwords is Google’s pay-per-click advertising system. Participants
              At Harmony Community Campus.                                                 can place paid ads on Google search results and on the Google Net-
SBM-006      QUICKBOOKS BASIC PAYROLL, 0 CREDIT                                            work of content sites. Adwords can be an excellent way to actively
This introductory class is intended for people who want basic infor-                       market a website on the Internet.
mation on how to set up and manage payroll for a small business.                           ✔	           SBM-006-41 213735 OIT154               S          9-11:50AM
Each student will use an established set of “company books” and                                          PATTON                                $0         $0       $30             $30
will set up company payroll information, produce paychecks and                                           Meets: 10/1. Familiarity with computers is required. At Harmony Community
complete monthly federal and state employee reports.                                                     Campus.
✔	           SBM-006-25 213727 OIT154             S         9-3:50PM                       SBM-006      GOOGLE ANALYTICS FOR SMALL BIZ, 0 CREDIT
              WEESNER                             $0        $0       $75            $75    Google Analytics is one of the most powerful website performance
              Meets: 11/12. Required: Familiarity with computers and QuickBooks knowl-     systems available today. Web site owners gain access to an incredible
              edge/experience. At Harmony Community Campus.                                volume of information about site visitors and their behavior.
                                                                                           ✔	           SBM-006-43 213736 OIT154               S          1:30-4:20PM
                                                                                                         PATTON                                $0         $0        $30            $30
                                                                                                         Meets: 10/1. Familiarity with computers is required. At Harmony Community
                                                                                                         Campus.


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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                           Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee      Total


                 Business Development Center, continued                                                                      BT-121-02       211954 M130           W          10-10:50AM
                                                                                                                              KESTEK                               $77        $6.50    $10           $93.50
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                 SBM-020      SMALL BUSINESS GREENHOUSE, 0 CREDIT                                                             Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab.
                 Comprehensive training program designed to assist entrepreneurs in                                          BT-121-03       211956 M130           M          11-11:50AM
                 planning their business start-ups and to develop existing businesses                                         KESTEK                               $77        $6.50    $10           $93.50
                 to make them more profitable and to create jobs. Students do exten-                                          Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab.
                 sive individual work on developing business plans with counseling                                           BT-121-04       211957 M130           W          11-11:50AM
                 from instructor.                                                                                             KESTEK                               $77        $6.50    $10           $93.50
                 ✔		          SBM-020-01 213737 OIT157              T         7-9:50PM                                        Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab.
                               SHEA                                 $0        $0       $495             $495                 BT-121-05    213282 M130              T          6-6:50PM
                               Meets: 10/4-1/24, 2-term course. Fee covers both terms plus class                              A. PHILLIPS                          $77        $6.50    $10           $93.50
                               materials. Call 503-594-0738 or e-mail bizcenter@clackamas.edu for more                        Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab.
                               information. At Harmony Community Campus.
                                                                                                                BT-122       KEYBOARDING SKILLBUILDING, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                                Designed to improve typing proficiency using microcomputers.
                 Business Technology                                                                            Students will refine and further develop speed and accuracy skills
                                                                                                                learned in BT-120 Personal Keyboarding.
                 BT-101       INTRODUCTION TO E-LEARNING, 1 CREDIT                                                           BT-122-01       211958 M130           MW         10-10:50AM
                 This is an introductory course for students who are new to web-
                                                                                                                              KESTEK                               $154       $13      $10              $177
                 based, e-learning courses including courses which are web-assisted,                                          Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab. Prerequisite: Pass
                 hybrid, or full-online. The course will include e-learning fundamen-                                         BT-120 or instructor consent.
                 tals including the use of e-learning course management software,
                                                                                                                             BT-122-02       211959 M130           MW         11-11:50AM
                 e-learning readiness and student success tips, support resources,
                 technical requirements, and online research basics.                                                          KESTEK                               $154       $13      $10              $177
                                                                                                                              Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab. Prerequisite: Pass
                              BT-101-01       211937 ONLINE                                                                   BT-120 or instructor consent.
                               BEINING                              $77       $6.50       $35     $118.50                    BT-122-03       211960 M130           TTH        1-1:50PM
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: sbeining@
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3223.                                                                 STAFF                                $154       $13      $10              $177
                                                                                                                              Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab. Prerequisite: Pass
                 BT-110       INCOME TAX PREPARATION, 8 CREDITS                                                               BT-120 or instructor consent.
                 An introduction to individual income tax law and tax return prepa-                                          BT-122-04    211961 M130              T          6-7:50PM
                 ration. Approved by the Oregon State Board of Tax Practitioners to                                           A. PHILLIPS                          $154       $13      $10              $177
                 prepare students to take the Oregon Licensed Tax Preparer’s Exam.                                            Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab. Prerequisite: Pass
                              BT-110-01   211946 ONLINE                                                                       BT-120 or instructor consent.
                               STEKELBERG                           $616      $52         $40           $708    BT-124       BUSINESS EDITING I, 3 CREDITS
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jamess@             Course builds communication skills through the study of correct
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3861. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                usage of grammar, spelling, vocabulary usage, effective writing, and
                               ment in RD-115.                                                                  editing principles.
                 BT-120       PERSONAL KEYBOARDING, 2 CREDITS                                                                BT-124-01       211962 M253           TTH        1-2:20PM
                 Basic instruction on electronic alphanumeric keyboard. Provides                                              PATRICK                              $231       $19.50   $0        $250.50
                 practice for speed and accuracy with individual program. Students                                            Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                 will develop the necessary skills to effectively use the Internet, use                                      BT-124-02       211963 ONLINE
                 e-mail, and create simple documents.                                                                         PATRICK                              $231       $19.50      $40    $290.50
                              BT-120-01       211947 M130           MW        10-10:50AM                                      Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: tanyap@
                               KESTEK                               $154      $13      $10              $177                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3076. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                               Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab.                                           ment in RD-115.
                              BT-120-02       211948 M130           MW        11-11:50AM                        BT-160       WORD I, 3 CREDITS
                               KESTEK                               $154      $13      $10              $177    This is an introductory level course where students learn basic con-
                               Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab.                             cepts of the Word software program. This course is designed for stu-
                              BT-120-03       211949 M130           TTH       1-1:50PM                          dents who have no or little knowledge of Word.
                               STAFF                                $154      $13      $10              $177                 BT-160-01       211964 ONLINE
                               Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab.                                           PATRICK                              $231       $19.50      $55    $305.50
                              BT-120-04    211950 M130              T         6-7:50PM                                        Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu Contact: tanyap@
                               A. PHILLIPS                          $154      $13      $10              $177                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3076. Recommended: 35 words per minute
                               Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab.                                           typing skill. Prerequisite: Pass BT-120 or instructor consent. Students must
                 BT-121       DATA ENTRY, 1 CREDIT                                                                            have access to Word 2010 or use computer lab at Clackamas for course
                 This course is designed to teach the computer numeric keypad by                                              work.
                 touch with speed and accuracy using industry standards for data
                 entry. This skill is especially helpful to people in the fields of data
                 entry, accounting, office administration, insurance, banking and fi-
                 nance, and any other work that requires numeric input.
                              BT-121-01       211953 M130           M         10-10:50AM
                               KESTEK                               $77       $6.50    $10           $93.50
                               Required: 1 hr/wk lab time in Streeter computer lab.




                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville           Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus         10.                            department first class                     cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                       location                      HYB Classroom/online course -                                            NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                            Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee      Total


BT-262       INTEGRATED PROJECTS, 4 CREDITS
Course focuses on using advanced Microsoft Word skills in creating                           College Success




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letters, reports, and forms; in creating Excel worksheet reports and                         See also Human Development & Leadership for related classes.
budgets; in creating Access databases to generate reports and forms;
and in creating PowerPoint presentations that utilizes integrated fea-                       EL-090       APPLIED STUDY SKILLS, 3 CREDITS
tures such as linking to Excel and saving as Web pages. Inroduction                          Emphasizes practical study skills. Strategies for organizing study
to Acrobat forms and documents and Google Applications such as                               materials and time, remembering information, studying textbooks
Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, Gmail, and other features offered on                            and taking lecture notes will be applied. Methods of preparing for
Google’s web site.                                                                           tests, taking tests, and managing online course components such as
                                                                                             Moodle are addressed.
HYB          BT-262-01       213308 M132            MW        8-9:20AM
             PATRICK         $308   $26             $20       $354                                        EL-090-01       213140 TBA            TTH       1-2:20PM
              Hybrid. Meets: 9/26, 9/28, 10/10, 10/12, 10/24, 10/26, 11/7, 11/9, 11/28 &                   MARKS                                $231      $19.50   $15          $265.50
              11/30 plus online hours. Contact: tanyap@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3076.                      Recommended: Placement in RD-080 or RD-090; placement in WR-080 or
              Recommended: 45 words per minute typing skill. Prerequisite: Pass BT-161                     WR-090.
              with a C or better. Students must have access to Word 2010 or use com-         EL-103       TAKING EFFECTIVE NOTES, 1 CREDIT
              puter lab at Clackamas for online course work.                                 Designed to help students develop effective note-taking skills. Sev-
                                                                                             eral note-taking systems are introduced and practiced.
Career Planning                                                                                           EL-103-01
                                                                                                           MARKS
                                                                                                                          213759 ONLINE
                                                                                                                                                $77       $6.50      $35        $118.50
HD-140       CAREER EXPLORATION, 3 CREDITS                                                                 Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: bmarks@
Students use information about themselves (values, interest, person-                                       clackamas.edu or 503-594-3205. Required: Microsoft Office or compatible
ality and skills), and information about the world of work (career                                         software.
and industries) to make long term career decisions.
                                                                                             EL-111       COLLEGE STUDY SKILLS, 3 CREDITS
             HD-140-01       212238 ONLINE                                                   Emphasizes time management, listening/note-taking, testing skills/
              STAFF                                 $231      $19.50     $45    $295.50      anxiety, library resources, learning styles, study/reading textbooks,
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/
                                                                                             concentration.
                                                                                                          EL-111-02       213143 F117           MWF       11-11:50AM
Career Planning: Life & Career Options                                                                     STAFF
                                                                                                           Prerequisite: Placement in RD-090.
                                                                                                                                                $231      $19.50   $15          $265.50
HD-202       LIFE TRANSITIONS, 3 CREDITS
Examines process and stages of life transitions. Helps re-entry adults                                    EL-111-01       213141 M249           TTH       1-2:20PM
identify personal strengths and barriers related to success in educa-                                      STAFF                                $231      $19.50   $15          $265.50
tion and employment. Offers opportunities to practice interpersonal                                        Prerequisite: Placement in RD-090.
skills. Provides information about CCC campus and community re-                              HD-100       COLLEGE SURVIVAL, 1 CREDIT
sources which can assist students in reaching their goals.                                   Covers various topics supporting student success and retention. May
             HD-202-01       212249 M257            TH        9-11:50AM                      be repeated for credit.
              STAFF                                 $0        $0       $25           $25                  HD-100-02       212220 M257           W         11:30-12:20PM
              Required: Instructor consent. Corequisite: HD-208-01. Part of Life & Career                  STAFF                                $0        $0        $0              $0
              Options.                                                                                     Required: Instructor consent. Recommended for students with disabilities.
HD-208       CAREER AND LIFE PLANNING, 3 CREDITS                                                          HD-100-04       212221 R104           F         8-4PM
Helps re-entry adults identify interests, abilities, values and trans-                                     BROWN                                $0        $0         $0             $0
ferable skills and apply this information to goal setting and career                                       Meets: 9/16. Designed to build college identity and introduce students to
decisions. Students identify and explore options for training, educa-                                      college systems and services. Focus on academic requirements and develop
tion, and employment. Covers job search skills such as interviewing,                                       academic and career plans.
resume writing, and developing a career portfolio. Each student de-                          HD-101       SERVICE LEARNING EXPERIENCE I, 1 CREDIT
velops an action plan identifying goals and next steps.                                      Provides students with service learning experience in a community
             HD-208-01       212251 M257            T         9-11:50AM                      setting. Students complete 30 hours of volunteer work and partici-
              STAFF                                 $0        $0       $25           $25     pate in seminars. Provides information, skill building, reflection and
              Required: Instructor consent. Corequisite: HD-202-01. Part of Life & Career    assessment methods.
              Options.                                                                                    HD-101-01       212223 CC153          M         TBA

Clinical Lab Assistant
                                                                                                           BROWN                                $0        $0         $0             $0
                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent. Contact: mindyb@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                           or 503-594-3041, at office CC153.
The CCC Clinical Laboratory Assistant program is a three-term program of
                                                                                             HD-102       SERVICE LEARNING EXPERIENCE II, 2-6V CREDITS
48 credits which prepares graduates for entry level practice in the labora-
                                                                                             Provides students with a service learning experience in a community
tory setting.
                                                                                             setting. Students complete 60-180 hours per term of volunteer work
CLA-100      INTRODUCTION TO HEALTHCARE, 2 CREDITS                                           and participate in seminars. A continuation of HD-101.
Introduction to healthcare systems and trends, ethical and legal                                          HD-102-01       212224 CC153          TBA       TBA
responsibilities, personal and workplace safety, infection control,                                        BROWN                                $0        $0         $0            $0V
professionalism, life-long learning, and communication.                                                    Required: Instructor consent. Contact: mindyb@clackamas.edu
✔	           CLA-100-01      211609 H230            W         9-10:50AM                                    or 503-594-3041, at office CC153. Recommended: Pass HD-101.
              GRANT                                 $154      $13      $50          $217
               At Harmony Community Campus.
CLA-101      CLINICAL LABORATORY ASSISTANT SKILLS I, 4 CREDITS
Includes state and federal regulations, quality assurance practices,
laboratory terminology, staffing, and a basic understanding of qual-
ity laboratory testing in the clinical laboratory.
✔	           CLA-101-01 211610 H360                 TTH       3-4:20PM
                               H320                 TTH       1:30-2:50PM
              GRANT/WAND                            $308      $26       $175        $509
              Required: Instructor consent. Corequisite: BI-055. At Harmony Community
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                           Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total


                 College Success, continued                                                                                  AB-101-02       212176 B156          S         8-7:50PM
                                                                                                                              NESBITT                             $231      $19.50   $115 $365.50
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                 HD-120       COLLEGE SUCCESS, 1 CREDIT                                                                       Meets: 10/8, 10/22, 11/5, 11/19 & 12/10.
                 Provides strategies for creating college success including understand-                                      AB-101-03  212177 B166  TW      6:30-9:20PM
                 ing self-management, increasing motivation, meaningful goal set-                                             WALTON                 $231    $19.50    $115 $365.50
                 ting, controlling personal time and energy, effective study habits                             AB-112       COLLISION REPAIR WELDING I, 2 CREDITS
                 and use of on and off-campus resources.                                                        Focus on auto collision damage repair. Emphasis is on Metal Inert
                 ✔	           HD-120-01       212225 H310           F          6-8:50PM                         Gas (MIG), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), on light gauge metals,
                                                     H310           S          9-4:50PM                         oxygen-acetylene welding cutting and forming.
                               STAFF                                $77        $6.50    $0            $83.50                 AB-112-01               F
                                                                                                                                             212078 T165   7:30-12:20PM
                               Meets: 10/21 & 10/22. At Harmony Community Campus.                                                                    F
                                                                                                                                                    T152   7:30-12:20PM
                              HD-120-05       213641 RR205          F          6-8:50PM                                       MOLATORE               $154  $13       $114                         $281
                                                     RR205          S          9-4:50PM                                      AB-112-02  212079 T165  F     1-5:50PM
                               STAFF                                $77        $6.50    $0            $83.50                                   T152  F     1-5:50PM
                               Meets: 11/4 & 11/5.
                                                                                                                              PHELPS                 $154  $13       $114                         $281
                 ✔	           HD-120-06       213642 H310           F          6-8:50PM
                                                                                                                AB-113       COLLISION REPAIR I/NONSTRUCTURAL, 6 CREDITS
                                                     H310           S          9-4:50PM
                               STAFF                                $77        $6.50    $0            $83.50    Provides basic instruction in collision repairs, including shop safety
                               Meets: 12/2 & 12/3. At Harmony Community Campus.                                 and chemical hazard safety; proper safe use of tools; basic metal
                              HD-120-02       212230 ONLINE                                                     work and finishing; use of plastic filler; door removal, replacement
                               STAFF                                $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50
                                                                                                                and alignment; and replacement and alignment of bolt-on front end
                               Online. Meets: 10/24-11/4. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/           sheet metal parts.
                              HD-120-03       213639 ONLINE                                                                  AB-113-01  212178 B156               MT        7:30-2:50PM
                               STAFF                                $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50                     BRADLEY/HOUSE/PETERSON              $462      $39       $201        $702
                               Online. Meets: 11/14-12/4. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/                         Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of AB-112 and
                                                                                                                              ABR-125.
                              HD-120-04       213640 ONLINE
                               STAFF                                $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50       AB-123       COLLISION REPAIR WELDING II, 2 CREDITS
                               Online. Meets: 11/14-12/4. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/           Focus on auto collision damage repair. Emphasis is on Metal Inert
                                                                                                                Gas (MIG), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), on light gauge metals,
                 HD-121       COLLEGE SUCCESS EXPANDED, 3 CREDITS                                               oxy-acetylene welding cutting and forming.
                 Provides advanced strategies for creating college success including
                                                                                                                             AB-123-01       212081 T165          F         7:30-12:20PM
                 understanding motivation, exchange theory, taking personal re-
                 sponsibility, learning style, goal setting, systems management, time                                                               T152          F         7:30-12:20PM
                 management, effective study skills/habits/planning, and the use of                                           MOLATORE                            $154      $13       $102        $269
                 on- and off-campus resources.                                                                                Prerequisite: AB-112.
                              HD-121-01  212237 R219  MW     11:30-12:50PM                                                   AB-123-02       212082 T165          F         1-5:50PM
                               STAFF                  $231   $19.50    $10 $260.50                                                                  T152          F         1-5:50PM
                                                                                                                              PHELPS                              $154      $13      $102         $269
                 LIB-101      INTRO TO LIBRARY RESEARCH, 1 CREDIT                                                             Prerequisite: AB-112.
                 Trains students in the use of a variety of print and electronic infor-
                 mation resources, search tools, and source citation. Excellent prepa-                          AB-133       COLLISION REPAIR II/STRUCTURAL, 6 CREDITS
                 ration for term papers and other research assignments.                                         Repair major body damage using modern frame and body repair
                              LIB-101-01      213760 D112           MW         1-3:50PM
                                                                                                                equipment. Includes repair and replacement of bolt-on, bonded, and
                                                                                                                welded components using the latest technology. Includes introduc-
                               MACKEY                               $0         $0       $0               $0
                               Meets: 10/31, 11/2, 11/7 & 11/9. Recommended: Pass CS-090 or equivalent
                                                                                                                tion to computerized measuring and damage analysis.
                               experience.                                                                                   AB-133-01  212180 B156               MT        7:30-2:50PM
                              LIB-101-02      213761 ONLINE                                                                   BRADLEY/HOUSE/PETERSON              $462      $39       $258        $759
                                                                                                                              Prerequisite: AB-113.
                               HALLIDAY                             $0         $0          $0            $0
                               Online. Contact: karenhal@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3314. Recommended:            AB-149       COLLISION REPAIR ESTIMATING I, 2 CREDITS
                               Pass CS-090 or equivalent experience.                                            This course provides instruction in procedure and terminology used
                                                                                                                in the collision repair estimating field. Body part component identi-
                 Collision Repair and Refinishing                                                               fication and the effects of a collision on a vehicle will be studied.
                                                                                                                             AB-149-01  212181 B156   M      6:30-8:50PM
                 Must have ANSI approved eye protection first day and comply with college                                     PETERSON                $154   $13       $78                        $245
                 safety policy/welding prerequisites.                                                           AB-222       COLLISION REPAIR III/ADVANCED STRUCTURAL,
                 AB-009       STREET ROD CONSTRUCTION, 6.6 CEU                                                               6 CREDITS
                 Bring your own project and get hands-on instruction in rust repair,                            Major collision repair with a systems approach: frame and structure,
                 body work, welding, painting and more.                                                         panels, suspension and brakes, electrical and cooling systems. Em-
                                                                                                                phasis on frame and unibody repair, replacement of welded body
                              AB-009-01 211570 B166   THF                      6:30-9:20PM                      panels, and diagnosis and repair of related damage.
                               DAVIS                  $0                       $0      $365.50 $365.50
                                                                                                                             AB-222-01  212182 B156               MT        7:30-2:50PM
                 AB-101       AUTO RESTORATION, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                                              BRADLEY/HOUSE/PETERSON              $462      $39       $282        $783
                 Designed for students interested in auto body repair and painting                                            Prerequisite: AB-133.
                 their own vehicles. Includes dent removal, panel replacement, weld-
                 ing and painting.
                              AB-101-01       212175 B156           S          8-7:50PM
                              PETERSON        $231   $19.50         $115       $365.50
                               Meets: 10/1, 10/15, 10/29, 11/12 & 12/3.

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                     cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                            NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            22   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                   Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
              Instructor                          Tuition     Fee      Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee      Total


AB-224       COLLISION REPAIR IV/ADVANCED STRUCTURAL,                                      ABR-225      PRODUCTION SHOP TECHNIQUES, 6 CREDITS
             6 CREDITS                                                                     Designed for students who wish to gain additional hands-on experi-




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Advanced frame and unibody repair procedures. Electronic measure-                          ence in refinishing, using the most up-to-date methods and materials.
ment and dimensioning, repair documentation, brakes suspension,                                         ABR-225-01 212191 B156              WTH       7:30-2:50PM
and alignment as they relate to collision repair.                                                        BRADLEY/HOUSE/PETERSON             $462      $39       $90           $591
             AB-224-01  212183 B156               MT          7:30-2:50PM                                Prerequisite: ABR-129.
              BRADLEY/HOUSE/PETERSON              $462        $39       $162       $663    ABR-227      RESTORATION PRACTICES, 6 CREDITS
              Prerequisite: AB-222.
                                                                                           Designed for students who wish to broaden their skills base in the
AB-226       COLLISION REPAIR V/ADVANCED STRUCTURAL,                                       upper end refinish market. Projects will be more challenging, with
             6 CREDITS                                                                     standards and expectations set higher.
Uses the latest high quality, productive techniques and equipment                                       ABR-227-01 212192 B156              WTH       7:30-2:50PM
to repair vehicles to pre-collision condition. Covers the refined colli-                                 BRADLEY/HOUSE/PETERSON             $462      $39       $90           $591
sion repair processes for today’s workplace.                                                             Prerequisite: ABR-225.
             AB-226-01  212184 B156               MT          7:30-2:50PM
              BRADLEY/HOUSE/PETERSON
              Prerequisite: AB-224.
                                                  $462        $39       $90        $591
                                                                                           Communication Studies
AB-235       COLLISION REPAIR WELDING III, 2 CREDITS                                       COMM-100 BASIC SPEECH COMMUNICATION, 3 CREDITS
Aluminum welding for collision damage repair. Gas Metal Arc Weld-                          Explores interpersonal and small group dynamics and communica-
ing (GMAW) and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) processes are                               tion skills in day-to-day formal and informal situations. Examines
covered along with related weld repair techniques and equipment/                           positive self-concept, listening skills, and clarity of expression.
safety procedures.                                                                                 COMM-100-01 213330 M202   MW                       12-1:20PM
             AB-235-01       212083 T165          F           7:30-12:20PM                          RICKENBAUGH              $231                     $19.50   $0           $250.50
                                    T152          F           7:30-12:20PM                 COMM-111 PUBLIC SPEAKING, 4 CREDITS
              MOLATORE                            $154        $13       $114       $281    Practice in organization, research and delivery of a variety of speeches.
              Prerequisite: AB-123.                                                                     COMM-111-01 213345 N140             MW        8-9:50AM
             AB-235-02       212084 T165          F           1-5:50PM                                   HUGHES                             $308      $26      $6             $340
                                    T152          F           1-5:50PM                                   Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
              PHELPS                              $154        $13      $114        $281                  ment in WR-121.
              Prerequisite: AB-123.                                                                     COMM-111-06 213333 N140             TTH       8-9:50AM
AB-280       COLLISION REPAIR/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                          BRENNAN                            $308      $26      $6             $340
Cooperative work experience. Work-based learning experience in an                                        Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
auto body repair shop.                                                                                   ment in WR-121.
             AB-280-01       212185 JOBSITE                                                             COMM-111-02 213334 N140             MW        10-11:50AM
              HOUSE                               $462        $39      $15        $516V                  HUGHES                             $308      $26      $6             $340
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                              Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
                                                                                                         ment in WR-121.
ABR-125      COLLISION REPAIR/REFINISHING I, 6 CREDITS
                                                                                                        COMM-111-03 213335 N141             MW        10-11:50AM
Covers shop safety, fire prevention, selection and use of paint prod-
                                                                                                         NELSON LEWIS                       $308      $26      $0             $334
ucts, abrasives, fillers, basic application of top coats, primers and                                    Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
sealers.                                                                                                 ment in WR-121.
             ABR-125-01 212187 B156               WTH         7:30-2:50PM                               COMM-111-07 213342 N141             TTH       10-11:50AM
              BRADLEY/HOUSE/PETERSON              $462        $39       $114       $615                  NELSON LEWIS                       $308      $26      $6             $340
              Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of AB-112 and                     Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
              AB-113.                                                                                    ment in WR-121.
ABR-127      COLLISION REPAIR/REFINISHING II, 6 CREDITS                                    ✔	           COMM-111-04 213340 H230             MW        11-12:50PM
Application of solvent and waterborne finishes, including spot re-                                       STAFF                              $308      $26      $6             $340
pairs, color matching, complete refinishing, and problem solving.                                        Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
Introduction to computerized color information retrieval and mix-                                        ment in WR-121. At Harmony Community Campus.
ing.                                                                                                    COMM-111-05 213338 N140             MW        1-2:50PM
             ABR-127-01 212188 B156               WTH         7:30-2:50PM                                HUGHES                             $308      $26      $6             $340
              BRADLEY/HOUSE/PETERSON              $462        $39       $102       $603                  Prerequisties: Pass RD-090 or placement in Rd-115; pass WR-095 or place-
              Prerequisite: ABR-125.                                                                     ment in WR-121.
ABR-129      COLLISION REPAIR/REFINISHING III, 6 CREDITS                                                COMM-111-08 213341 N140             TTH       1-2:50PM
Application of solvent and waterborne basecoats and tri-coats and                                        BRENNAN                            $308      $26      $6             $340
urethane topcoats, using both foreign and domestic refinish sys-                                         Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
tems. Includes complete refinishing, spot and panel painting, color                                      ment in WR-121.
matching and problem solving.                                                                           COMM-111-09 213337 N141             TTH       3-4:50PM
             ABR-129-01 212189 B156               WTH         7:30-2:50PM                                HUGHES                             $308      $26      $6             $340
              BRADLEY/HOUSE/PETERSON              $462        $39       $114       $615                  Prerequisites: pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
              Prerequisite: ABR-127.                                                                     ment in WR-121.
                                                                                                        COMM-111-10 213343 N140             M         6-9:50PM
ABR-142      AIRBRUSH ART, 2 CREDITS                                                                     STAFF                              $308      $26      $6             $340
Includes original or repair of automotive art, murals, lettering, logos,                                 Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
etc. Techniques may be applied to signage and manicurist projects.                                       placement in WR-121.
Topics include airbrush selection and maintenance, layouts and                             ✔	           COMM-111-11 213336 OIT157           TTH       6-7:50PM
masking, colors and blending.                                                                            STAFF                              $308      $26      $6             $340
             ABR-142-01      212190 B156          TH          6-9:50PM                                   Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              BRADLEY                             $154        $13      $60         $227                  placement in WR-121. At Harmony Community Campus.



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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time                                       Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition     Fee       Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee     Total


                 Communication Studies, continued                                                            CDT-108A INTRODUCTION TO SOLIDWORKS, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                             This course is an introduction to the SolidWorks parametric me-
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                 ✔	           COMM-111-15 213351 W212              W           6-9:50PM                      chanical design software. Students will design 3D solid parts and as-
                               STAFF                               $0          $0       $322         $322    semblies, and develop 2D documentation from them.
                               At CCC Wilsonville Campus.                                                                 CDT-108A-01 212318 B276             TTH       3-5:50PM
                              COMM-111-12 213344 ONLINE                                                                    WARD                               $231      $19.50   $75        $325.50
                               BRENNAN                             $308        $26       $35         $369
                               Online. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu Contact: kellyb@clackamas.edu
                               or 503-594-3154. Required: Access to a digital video camera and computer      Computer Science
                               to email speeches to instructor and order textbook online. Prerequisites:     For additional information, call 503-594-3164.
                               Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in
                               WR-121.                                                                       CS-090       COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                             This is a course in computers for those with very little or no com-
                 COMM-126 COMMUNICATION BETWEEN SEXES, 4 CREDITS                                             puter experience. It covers the basics of how to use a computer
                 Examines ways women and men are different and similar in their                              running the Microsoft Windows 7 operating system. Topics include
                 communication behaviors. Traditions, myths, social roles and cur-                           using a keyboard and mouse, finding and running programs, using
                 rent issues are discussed.                                                                  program menus and/or ribbons, locating, copying, moving, and
                              COMM-126-01 213346 N140              TTH         10-11:50AM                    deleting files, finding information on the Internet, and using email.
                               BRENNAN                             $308        $26      $0           $334    The class takes place in the computer lab, with one student to a
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or               computer. You will see demonstrations, get hands-on practice in a
                               placement in WR-121.                                                          group setting, and have the opportunity to explore on your own
                              COMM-126-02 213347 ONLINE                                                      with the instructor there to help you.
                               BRENNAN                             $308        $26       $35         $369                 CS-090-01       213256 S144         MW        10-11:50AM
                               Online. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu Contact: kellyb@clackamas.edu                         EATON                              $154      $13      $16            $183
                               or 503-594-3154. Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass                    Meets: 9/26-10/26. Required: Flashdrive, 128 mb minimum.
                               WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                                                                                                                          CS-090-02       213257 S144         MW        2:30-4:20PM
                 COMM-218 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION, 4 CREDITS                                                           SARGENT                            $154      $13       $16           $183
                 The interpersonal communication process examined through lec-                                             Meets: 9/26-10/26. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.
                 tures, reading, and exercises. Subjects include goal-setting, first im-                     ✔            CS-090-03       213258 OIT152       MW        5-6:50PM
                 pressions, conflict resolution, non-verbal messages, image building                                       BANKS                              $154      $13      $16            $183
                 and assertiveness.                                                                                        Meets: 9/26-10/26. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum. At Harmony
                              COMM-218-01 213348 N141              TTH         1-2:50PM                                    Community Campus.
                               HUGHES                              $308        $26      $0           $334                 CS-090-04   213259 S142             TTH       6-7:50PM
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                             SORRENTINO                         $154      $13      $16            $183
                               placement in WR-121.                                                                        Meets: 9/27-10/27. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.
                 COMM-227 NON-VERBAL COMMUNICATION, 4 CREDITS                                                             CS-090-05       213260 S181         T         1-2:50PM
                 Explores theories and types of nonverbal behavior in relation to the                                      EDWARDS                            $154      $13      $16            $183
                 creative process of human communication. Examines the influence,                                          Rerquired: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.
                 interpretation and/or management of such qualities as appearance,                                        CS-090-06       213279 S144         TH        1-2:50PM
                 body movement, facial expression, voice, use of space, touch and                                          EDWARDS                            $154      $13      $16            $183
                 time.                                                                                                     Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.
                              COMM-227-01 213349 N141              MW          1-2:50PM                      CS-091       COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS II, 2 CREDITS
                               NELSON LEWIS                        $308        $26      $6           $340    Continued development of skills learned in CS-090. Topics include
                               Prerequisites: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-      learning intermediate features of the Microsoft Windows 7 operating
                               ment in WR-121.                                                               systems, more work with file management, and more work with ap-
                 COMM-280 SPEECH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                           plications such as word processing using the latest version of Micro-
                 Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job                              soft Word, spreadsheets using the latest version of Microsoft Excel,
                 work experience in the field of communications.                                             and presntations using the latest version of Microsoft PowerPoint.
                              COMM-280-01 213350 JOBSITE                                                     Takes place in the computer lab, one student to a computer.
                               BRENNAN                             $462        $39       $15        $516V                 CS-091-21       213284 S144         MW        10-11:50AM
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                               EATON                              $154      $13      $16            $183
                                                                                                                           Meets: 10/31-11/30. Required. Flashdrive, 128mb minimum. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                                           Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-091.
                 Computer-Aided Drafting Technology                                                                       CS-091-22       213289 S144         MW        2-3:50PM
                 Call 503-594-3318 for more information, or contact the Student Success                                    SARGENT                            $154      $13      $16            $183
                 Center, 503-594-3475.                                                                                     Meets: 10/31-11/30. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                                           Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-091.
                 CDT-102      SKETCHING & PROBLEM SOLVING, 3 CREDITS                                         ✔            CS-091-23       213290 OIT152       MW        5-6:50PM
                 Freehand sketching encountered in drafting engineering projects.                                          BANKS                              $154      $13      $16            $183
                 Selecting views and implementing drafting standards. Dimension-                                           Meets: 10/31-11/30. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum. Prerequisite:
                 ing, lettering, sections and auxiliary views are covered. Problem                                         Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-091. At Harmony Community Campus.
                 solving in individual and group settings.                                                                CS-091-24   213291 S142             TTH       6-7:50PM
                              CDT-102-01      212317 MOD2A         TTH         9-11:50AM                                   SORRENTINO                         $154      $13      $16            $183
                               KORFHAGE                            $231        $19.50   $75     $325.50                    Meets: 11/1-12/6. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                                           Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-091.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            24   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                      Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee      Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total


CS-092S      COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS, SPANISH, 3 CREDITS                                                 CS-120-33       213437 ONLINE
Este es un curso en español, para aquellas personas sin experiencia                                       BEINING                              $308      $26         $46          $380




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alguna en computación. Incluye el uso del ratón, la administración                                        Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl Contact: sbeining@
de archivos, introducción a Windows, la creación de documentos                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3223. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.
utilizando el programa Microsoft Office Word, cómo enviar y recibir                                       Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or place-
e-mail, y cómo navegar en el Internet.                                                                    ment in WR-121.
Taught in Spanish; this course requires no computer experience. In-                         CS-120S      SURVEY OF COMPUTING SEMINAR, 0 CREDIT
cludes using a keyboard and mouse, introduces Windows, file man-                                         CS-120S-01 213439 S183 W      8-9:50AM
agement, create documents using Microsoft Office Word, e-mail,                                            EDWARDS               $0     $0       $0                                   $0
and the Internet. Takes place in the computer lab, one student per                                        Corequisite: CS-120.
computer.
                                                                                                         CS-120S-02      213440 S142           TH        9:30-11:20AM
✔	ESPAñOL	 CS-092S-01 213292 OIT152              F         6-8:50PM
            ARISTIZABAL                          $231      $19.50   $22          $272.50                  BRUNING                              $0        $0        $0                $0
              Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum. At Harmony Community Campus.                           Corequisite: CS-120.
                                                                                                         CS-120S-03      213441 S183           W         10-11:50AM
CS-120       SURVEY OF COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                          BRUNING                              $0        $0       $0                 $0
Computer competency course to familiarize students with computer                                          Corequisite: CS-120.
concepts, software applications and living online. Introduces stu-
dents to computer concepts, including, but not limited to the Win-                                       CS-120S-04      213442 S142           W         1-2:50PM
dows environment, Microsoft office Applications, and the Internet.                                        ABBOTT                               $0        $0       $0                 $0
                                                                                                          Corequisite: CS-120.
Students will co-enroll in a CS-120 seminar for hands-on lab.
HYB          CS-120-01       213293 S135         M         8-9:50AM                                      CS-120S-05      213443 S181           TH        1-2:50PM
              EDWARDS                            $308      $26      $22            $356                   AHLQUIST                             $0        $0       $0                 $0
                                                                                                          Corequisite: CS-120.
              Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: sedwards@clacka-
              mas.edu or 503-594-3645. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum. Prereq-                      CS-120S-06      213444 S181           F         10-11:50AM
              uisites: Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or placement in                    SARGENT                              $0        $0       $0                 $0
              WR-121. Corequisite: One Survey of Computing Seminar.                                       Corequisite: CS-120.
HYB          CS-120-02       213294 S135         T         9:30-11:20AM                                  CS-120S-07      213445 S142           M         3-4:50PM
              BRUNING                            $308      $26       $22           $356                   ABBOTT                               $0        $0       $0                 $0
              Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: wesb@                                Corequisite: CS-120.
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3942. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.           CS-125H      HTML & WEB SITE DESIGN, 3 CREDITS
              Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or place-
                                                                                            Hands-on approach to planning, design, and developing published
              ment in WR-121. Corequisite: One Survey of Computing Seminar.
                                                                                            web sites using HTML tags in a text editor. The class focuses on basic
HYB          CS-120-03       213295 S135         M         10-11:50AM                       HTML coding using XHTML and HTML 5 models. Hyperlinks, imag-
              BRUNING                            $308      $26      $22            $356     es, cascading style sheets, forms, accessibility and design principals
              Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: wesb@                  will be covered, as well as tools such as site management, validators,
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3942. required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.           and page editors.
              Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or place-
              ment in WR-121. Corequisite: One Survey of Computing Seminar.                              CS-125H-01      211683 S181           F         1-3:50PM
HYB          CS-120-04       213296 S135         M         1-2:50PM                                       ALBERS                               $231      $19.50   $22           $272.50
                                                                                                          Recommended: Pass CS-120 or equivalent experience.
              ABBOTT                             $308      $26      $22            $356
              Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: hillarya@                           CS-125H-30      211684 ONLINE
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3550. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.                         D. CARINO                            $231      $19.50      $46        $296.50
              Prerequisites; Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or place-                    Online. Orrientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: dcarino@
              ment in WR-121. Corequisite: One Survey of Computing Seminar.                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3170. Recommended: Pass CS-120 or equivalent
                                                                                                          experience.
HYB          CS-120-05       213297 S135         T         1-2:50PM
              AHLQUIST                           $308      $26      $22            $356     CS-133VB VISUAL BASIC.NET I, 3 CREDITS
              Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours. Contact: ahlquist@             Hands-on approach to software design using object-oriented pro-
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3555. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.           gramming. Planning an application, building a user interface, using
              Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or place-      variables and constants, calculating, accumulating, counting, mak-
              ment in WR-121. Corequisite: One Survey of Computing Seminar.                 ing decisions, using functions, and using menus.
HYB          CS-120-10       213305 OIT152       TTH       10-11:50AM                                    CS-133VB-01 211685 S181               TTH       10:30-11:50AM
✔             AHLQUIST                           $308      $26      $22            $356                   D. CARINO                            $231      $19.50    $22 $272.50
              Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday and Thursday plus online hours. Contact:                        Prerequisites: Pass BA-131; pass MTH-065 or placement in MTH-095.
              ahlquist@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3555. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb                        CS-133VB-02 211686 S181               MW        2:30-3:50PM
              minimum. Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-120; pass
              WR-095 or placement in WR-121. At Harmony Community Campus.
                                                                                                          D. CARINO                            $231      $19.50    $22          $272.50
                                                                                                          Prerequisites: Pass BA-131; pass MTH-065 or placement in MTH-095.
             CS-120-30       213306 ONLINE
                                                                                                         CS-133VB-30 211687 ONLINE
              CROSS                              $308      $26        $46          $380
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl Contact: dougc@
                                                                                                          CARINO                               $231      $19.50      $46        $296.50
                                                                                                          D. Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: dcarino@
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3171. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.
                                                                                                          clackamas.edu or 503-594-3170. Prerequisites: Pass BA-131; pass
              Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or place-
                                                                                                          MTH-065 or placement in MTH-095.
              ment in WR-121.
             CS-120-31       213307 ONLINE                                                  CS-135DB MICROSOFT ACCESS, 3 CREDITS
              CROSS                              $308      $26        $46          $380     This course focuses on the advanced database capabilities using the
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl Contact: dougc@            latest version of Microsoft Access. Topics include design, construc-
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3171. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.           tion, and documentation of a database management system, design-
              Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or place-      ing reports, forms, advanced form techniques, advanced queries,
              ment in WR-121.                                                               customizing tables, and creating and using an application system
             CS-120-32       213432 ONLINE                                                  with macros.
              SARGENT                            $308      $26        $46          $380                  CS-135DB-01 211688 S181               MW        1-2:20PM
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl Contact: dianes@                         EATON                                $231      $19.50   $24           $274.50
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3830. Required: Flashdrive, 128mb minimum.                         Recommended: Pass BA-131; pass MTH-065 or placement in MTH-095.
              Prerequisites: Pass CS-090 or placement in CS-120; pass WR-095 or place-
              ment in WR-121.                                                                                                                                           Continued

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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total


                 Computer Science, continued                                                                   CS-225       COMPUTER END USER SUPPORT, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                               Professional and interpersonal skills needed by computer techni-
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                 CS-135I      ADVANCED WEB DESIGN WITH DREAMWEAVER,                                            cians who support and manage hardware and software information
                              3 CREDITS                                                                        systems. Customer service, troubleshooting, help desk operation;
                 Plan and publish standards-based, accessible web sites via a variety                          customer needs analysis; technical documentation and training
                 of software tools, including Adobe Dreamweaver CS5 and Fireworks                              skills.
                 CS5. Utilize CSS, scripts, audio, video, and other emerging technolo-                                      CS-225-01       211696 S181          MW         9-10:50AM
                 gies to realize site goals. CS-135I emphasizes professional design                                          AHLQUIST                            $231       $19.50   $18     $268.50
                 techniques.                                                                                                 Prerequisites: Pass CS-120 or placement into CS-121; pas WR-095 or place-
                              CS-135I-30      211689 ONLINE                                                                  ment into WR-121.
                               D. CARINO                            $231      $19.50      $47     $297.50      CS-227       COMPUTER HARDWARE & REPAIR I, 4 CREDITS
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: dcarino@           Part 1 of a 2 part series. Covers basic operational concepts, identi-
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3170. Prerequisite: Pass CS-125H.                      fication, installation, and configuration, power supplies, mother-
                 CS-135S      MICROSOFT EXCEL, 3 CREDITS                                                       boards, microprocessors, memory modules, and disk drives. Maps to
                 This course focuses on the advanced spreadsheet capabilities using                            the A+ certification exam objectives.
                 the latest version of Microsoft Excel. Topics include design, con-                                         CS-227-01       211697 S183          TTH        1-3:50PM
                 struction, and documentation of spreadsheets, use of templates,                                             ALBERS                              $231       $26      $33          $290
                 multiple worksheets, complex formulas, functions and filtering,                                             Prerequisite: Pass CS-140 or equivalent experience.
                 advanced chart features, Visual Basic macros, sorting, database capa-                         CS-229       NETWORKING II, 4 CREDITS
                 bilities, finding data, creating subtotals, using lookup tables, finding                      Hands-on training in building and servicing computer LANs. In-
                 trends and forecasting, creating and editing macros, validating data,                         cludes network servers, hubs, routers, wiring closets, cabling, and
                 and working with controls.                                                                    other topics for peer-to-peer and client-server LANs, WANs, and the
                              CS-135S-30 211690 ONLINE                                                         Internet.
                               MOLATORE                             $231      $19.50      $47     $297.50      HYB          CS-229-01       211698 S182          MW         10-11:50AM
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: nickm@                           R. CARINO                           $308       $26      $33          $367
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3169. Recommended: Pass BA-131; pass                                 Hybrid. Meets every Monday & Wednesday plus online hours. Contact:
                               MTH-065 or placement in MTH-095.                                                              rcarino@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3167. Prerequisite: Pass CS-179 and
                 CS-140       INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS, 4 CREDITS                                                   CS-228.
                 Introduction to the theory behind operating systems as well as basic                          CS-280       COMPUTER SCIENCE/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS
                 functions of Windows, Linux/UNIX, and Macintosh operating sys-                                Cooperative work experience provides supervised work experience
                 tems. Discussion of operating system interface with input, output,                            to supplement the school experience from the academic classroom
                 and storage devices and basic network theory.                                                 environment. Examples would be providing user support, work with
                              CS-140-01       211691 S183           MW        1-2:50PM                         computer applications or programming languages, install or manage
                               R. CARINO                            $308      $26      $33             $367    PC computer systems, and developing websites.
                               Prerequisites: Pass CS-120 or placement in CS-121; pass MTH-060 or                           CS-280-01       211700 S181          T          12-12:50PM
                               placement in MTH-065; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                                                                                                                             EATON                               $462       $39      $15         $516V
                              CS-140-02       211692 S183           TTH       4-5:50PM                                       Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar. Prerequisites: Pass BA-131,
                               ALBERS                               $308      $26      $33             $367                  CS-140 & CS-150.
                               Prerequisites: Pass CS-120 or placement in CS-121; pas MTH-060 or
                               placement in MTH-065; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                 CS-150       COMPUTER TECHNICIAN ORIENTATION, 3 CREDITS                                       Computer Workshops:
                 Introduction to computing topics such as computer architecture,
                 data representation, problem solving, programming, and network-                               Windows Applications, Web
                 ing. Also covers careers and certifications in Information Technol-                           These courses are designed to allow the student to work at their own pace
                 ogy.                                                                                          in our classes, or from their home computer. With instructor permission,
                              CS-150-01       211693 S183           TTH       10:30-11:50AM                    students may join classes up until mid term, but must complete the course-
                               R. CARINO                            $231      $19.50    $33 $283.50            work prior to the end of the term. Students must arrange for a mandatory
                               Prerequisites: Pass CS-120 or placement in CS-121; pass WR-095 or place-        orientation prior to attending class and will receive their courseware at the
                               ment in WR-121; pass MTh-065 or placement in MTH-095.
                                                                                                               orientation. Students are required to bring a flash drive to their orientation.
                              CS-150-02       211694 S182           MW        3-4:20PM                         Contact: Kathy Usher at kathyu@clackamas.edu or 503-594-6398.
                               R. CARINO                            $231      $19.50   $33        $283.50
                               Prerequisites: Pass CS-120 or placement in CS-121; pass WR-095 or place-        Instructor Contact Sessions:
                               ment in WR-121; pass MTH-065 or placement in MTH-095.                           Students enrolling in any Computer Workshop Course must also enroll in a
                 CS-161       COMPUTER SCIENCE I, 4 CREDITS                                                    weekly MS Office Session.
                 Disciplined approach to algorithm development, problem-solving                                CW-050       MS OFFICE     SESSION, 0 CREDIT
                 methods, program design, data types, control structures, and sub-
                                                                                                               HYB          CW-050-01      213182 S142    M                 1-2:50PM
                 programs. Uses C++.
                                                                                                                             WARNER                       $0                $0        $0            $0
                              CS-161-01       211695 S182           TTH       10-11:50AM                       HYB          CW-050-02      213183 S142    T                 10-11:50AM
                               ALBERS                               $308      $26      $18             $352                  LOGEMANN                     $0                $0        $0            $0
                               Prerequisites: Pass CS-120 or placement in CS-121; pass MTH-111 or
                               placement in MTH-112, or 4 years high school math.
                                                                                                               ✔	HYB        CW-050-04      213184 OIT152  TH                6:30-8:20PM
                                                                                                                             WARNER                       $0                $0        $0            $0
                                                                                                                              At Harmony Community Campus.
                                                                                                               ✔	HYB        CW-050-05 213185 OIT152              W          9-10:50AM
                                                                                                                             LOGEMANN                            $0         $0       $0             $0
                                                                                                                              At Harmony Community Campus.


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact               V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                    cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                           NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                          Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time
              Instructor                           Tuition   Fee       Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition      Fee    Crs. Fee    Total


CW-052A EXCEL BASIC, 0 CREDIT                                                             CW-055C POWERPOINT ADVANCED, 0 CREDIT
Designed for the student whose goal is to become proficient using                         Designed for the student who wants to integrate sound clips, anima-




                                                                                                                                                                                   Course Listing
Microsoft Excel 2007 to create simple worksheets and charts that                          tion, and other objects into basic PowerPoint presentations. Self-
will be used for internal reports and data tracking. Self-paced class.                    paced class.
HYB          CW-052A-01 213186 ONLINE                                                     HYB          CW-055C-01 213194 ONLINE
              LOGEMANN                             $0        $0        $155       $155                  LOGEMANN                           $0           $0     $155        $155
              Recommended: Windows Vista or 7, with IE7 or 8 Introduction or equivalent                 Uses Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. Recommended: PowerPoint Intermediate.
              experience.
                                                                                          CW-056A ACCESS BASIC, 0 CREDIT
CW-052B EXCEL INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDIT                                                      Designed for the student whose goal is to become familiar with da-
Designed for the student who understands the basics of creating                           tabase concepts and objects and become proficient using Microsoft
simple worksheets and charts, this course introduces skills for using                     Access to create simple database structures. Self-paced class.
large or multiple worksheets, advanced charting and formatting,                           HYB          CW-056A-01 213195 ONLINE
management of files, auditing features and templates. Self-paced                                        LOGEMANN                           $0           $0     $155        $155
class.                                                                                                  Uses Microsoft Access 2010. Recommended: Windows Vista or 7 with IE 7
HYB          CW-052B-01 213187 ONLINE                                                                   or 8 Introduction or equivalent experience.
              LOGEMANN                             $0        $0        $155       $155    CW-056B ACCESS INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDIT
              Uses Microsoft Excel 2010. Prerequisite: Excel Basic.                       Designed for the student whose goal is to become proficient in de-
CW-052C EXCEL ADVANCED, 0 CREDIT                                                          signing tables, setting relationships between tables, validating data
Designed for the student who has the skills to work with large or                         entry in tables, and creating and using advanced queries, forms and
multiple worksheets, this class presents advanced formulas, lookup                        reports in Microsoft Access. Self-paced class.
and data tables, PivotTables, list management, analytical options,                        HYB          CW-056B-01 213196 ONLINE
macros and interactive Web pages. Self-paced class.                                                     LOGEMANN                           $0           $0     $155        $155
HYB          CW-052C-01 213188 ONLINE                                                                   Uses Microsoft Access 2010. Recommended: Access Basic.
              LOGEMANN                             $0        $0        $155       $155    CW-056C ACCESS ADVANCED, 0 CREDIT
              Uses Microsoft Excel 2010. Recommended: Pass Excel Intermediate.            Designed for the student whose goal is to become proficient in
CW-054A WORD BASIC, 0 CREDIT                                                              PivotTables and PivotCharts; creating advanced forms and macros;
Designed for the student whose goal is to become proficient using                         Internet integration; database management and security fundamen-
Microsoft Word 2007 to create, format, save, and print basic docu-                        tals; and explore Access SQL. Self-paced class.
ments. Self-paced class.                                                                  HYB          CW-056C-01 213197 ONLINE
HYB          CW-054A-01 213189 ONLINE                                                                   LOGEMANN                           $0           $0     $155        $155
              LOGEMANN                             $0        $0        $155       $155                  Uses Microsoft Access 2010. Recommended: Access Intermediate.
              Recommended: Windows Vista or 7 with IE7 or 8 or equivalent experience.
CW-054B WORD INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDIT
Designed for the student who is proficient using Microsoft Word to
                                                                                          Cooperative Work Experience
create, format, save and print basic documents. Course introduces                         All students must register for the appropriate CWE course and a CWE
working sections, columns and tables; using styles, graphics and                          Seminar as listed in the following section, Cooperative Work Experience
templates; using headers and footers. Self-paced class.                                   Seminar. Instructor approval is required for all CWE courses. Note: day and
HYB          CW-054B-01 213190 ONLINE                                                     time of CWE classes are arranged according to the student’s work hours
              LOGEMANN                             $0        $0        $155       $155    on the job. Students may earn a maximum of 6 CWE credits per term or
              Uses Microsoft Word 2010. Recommended: Word Basic.                          a maximum of 12 CWE credits per year. Visit the department website at
CW-054C WORD ADVANCED, 0 CREDIT                                                           http://depts.clackamas.edu/cwe/ or call 503-594-3096 for more informa-
Designed for the student who is proficient using Microsoft Word to                        tion.
create, format, save and print advanced documents. Course intro-                          AB-280       COLLISION REPAIR/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
duces creating form letters, Mail Merge, creating and working with                        Cooperative work experience. Work-based learning experience in an
forms, master documents, automating tasks using macros, custom                            auto body repair shop.
menus and tool bars, and encrypting documents. Self-paced class.                                       AB-280-01       212185 JOBSITE
HYB          CW-054C-01 213191 ONLINE                                                                   HOUSE                              $462         $39    $15        $516V
              LOGEMANN                             $0        $0        $155       $155                  Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
              Uses Microsoft Word 2010. Recommended: Word Intermediate.
                                                                                          AM-280       AUTO MECHANICS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
CW-055A POWERPOINT BASIC, 0 CREDIT                                                        Cooperative work experience. Work-based learning experience in an
This class is for the student whose goal is to become proficient using                    auto repair shop or auto dealership.
Microsoft PowerPoint to build, design, format, save, and deliver ba-                                   AM-280-01   212210 JOBSITE
sic presentations. Self-paced class.
                                                                                                        LEUCK/MILLER/LOCKWOOD              $462         $39    $15        $516V
HYB          CW-055A-01 213192 ONLINE                                                                   Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
              LOGEMANN                             $0        $0        $155       $155
              Recommended: Windows Vista or 7 with IE7 or 8 introduction or equivalent    ANT-280      ANTHROPOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
              experience.                                                                 Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
                                                                                          work experience in the field of anthropology and/or archaeology.
CW-055B POWERPOINT INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                       ANT-280-01      213544 JOBSITE
Designed for the student who is proficient using Microsoft Power-
                                                                                                        KEELER                             $462         $39    $15        $516V
Point to build, design, format, save, and deliver basic presentations.
                                                                                                        Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
Self-paced class.
HYB          CW-055B-01 213193 ONLINE                                                     ART-280      ART/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
              LOGEMANN                             $0        $0        $155       $155    Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
              Uses Microsoft PowerPoint 2010. Recommended: PowerPoint Basic.              work experience in the field of art.
                                                                                                       ART-280-01      211738 JOBSITE
                                                                                                        TRUE                               $462         $39    $15        $516V
                                                                                                        Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.



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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition    Fee      Crs. Fee      Total                 Instructor                          Tuition     Fee        Crs. Fee    Total


                 Cooperative Work Experience, continued                                                       ED-270       PRACTICUM I/CWE, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                              Focuses on field experience in a variety of classroom activities di-
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                 BA-280       BUSINESS/CWE, 3-6V CREDITS                                                      rectly related to assisting and supervising children in school settings.
                 Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in a business                             Allows students to apply knowledge, methods, and skills gained
                 related to the student’s major course of study. Under supervision of                         from education courses. The seminar covers classroom experience,
                 instructor and employer.                                                                     problem-solving techniques, and materials.
                              BA-280-01  211929 JOBSITE                                                                    ED-270-01       212278 DJ233         TH          2:30-4:50PM
                               MIDDENDORFF                          $462       $39      $15        $516V                    STAFF                               $308        $26       $0           $334
                               Contact: carolm@clackamas.edu or 503-594-6040. Required: Instructor                          Meets: 9/29, 10/20, 11/17 & 12/8. Required: Instructor consent. Prerequi-
                               consent & a CWE seminar.                                                                     sites: ECE-280 or ED-280.
                              BA-280-02   213250 JOBSITE                                                      ED-280       PRACTICUM/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                               CHRISTENSEN                          $462       $39      $15        $516V      Supervised practicum in a school setting. Students will utilize and
                               Restricted to Project Management students only. Contact: kathc@                develop knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant to working in a
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3072. Required: Instructor consent & a CWE            school and with children.
                               seminar.                                                                                    ED-280-01       212279 JOBSITE
                              BA-280-03       213252 JOBSITE                                                                HAMM                                $462        $39        $15        $516V
                               GRIMALDI                             $462       $39      $15        $516V                    Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar. Contact: paulah@
                               Restricted to Accounting students only. Contact: hugog@clackamas.edu                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-3210. Successful completion of or current enroll-
                               or 503-594-3073. Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                               ment in ED-100.
                 CJA-280      CRIM JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                      ENG-280      ENGLISH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                 Identifies employment opportunities in the criminal justice or cor-                          Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 rections systems. Students must be enrolled full-time in the criminal                        English.
                 justice or corrections program.                                                                           ENG-280-01      213364 JOBSITE
                              CJA-280-01      212574 JOBSITE                                                                MOUNT                               $462        $39        $15        $516V
                               STAFF                                $462       $39      $15        $516V                    Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                               Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite: CJA-170.                           EST-180      EMPLOYMENT SKILLS INTERNSHIP, 1-12V CREDITS
                 CJA-281      CRIM JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                      Develop entry level skills in a specific occupation and practice the
                 Identifes employment opportunities in the criminal justice or cor-                           career management skills necessary to obtain, sustain, and advance
                 rections systems. Students must be enrolled full-time in the criminal                        employment. A comprehensive employment plan is developed in
                 justice or corrections program.                                                              with a focus on a career path.
                              CJA-281-01      212575 JOBSITE                                                               EST-180-01      212219
                               STAFF                                $462       $39      $15        $516V                    STAFF                               $0          $0         $900       $900V
                               Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite: CJA-170.                                         Required: Instructor consent & EST seminar.
                 COMM-280               SPEECH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                              FRP-180      WILDLAND FIRE/CWE, 3 CREDITS
                 Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job                               Work-based learning experience in a wildland firefighting capacity
                 work experience in the field of communications.                                              meeting requirements as set forth in the wildland firefighting task
                              COMM-280-01 213350 JOBSITE                                                      book.
                               BRENNAN                              $462       $39      $15        $516V                   FRP-180-01      212063 JOBSITE
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                                LAUGLE                              $0          $0         $265        $265
                                                                                                                            Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu
                 CS-280       COMPUTER SCIENCE/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS
                                                                                                                            or 503-594-3066. Current enrollment in or successful completion of
                 Cooperative work experience provides supervised work experience                                            FRP-107. Prerequisite: FRP-130.
                 to supplement the school experience from the academic classroom
                 environment. Examples would be providing user support, work with                             FRP-180      WILDLAND FIRE/CWE, 6 CREDITS
                 computer applications or programming languages, install or manage                            Work-based learning experience in a wildland firefighting capacity
                 PC computer systems, and developing websites.                                                meeting requirements as set forth in the wildland firefighting task
                              CS-280-01       211700 S181           T          12-12:50PM                     book.
                               EATON                                $462       $39      $15        $516V                   FRP-180-02      212064 JOBSITE
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar. Prerequisites: Pass BA-131,                    LAUGLE                              $0          $0         $530        $530
                               CS-140 & CS-150.                                                                             Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                                            or 503-594-3066. Current enrollment in or successful completion of
                 DMC-280 DMC/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                              FRP-107. Prerequisite: FRP-130.
                 Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
                 work experience in the field of media studies.                                               FRP-280      WILDLAND FIRE/ADVANCED CWE, 3 CREDITS
                              DMC-280-01 211746 JOBSITE                                                       Work-based learning experience in a wildland firefighting capacity
                               MINGO                                $462       $39      $15        $516V
                                                                                                              meeting requirements as set forth in the wildland firefighting task
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                  book.
                                                                                                                           FRP-280-01      212071 JOBSITE
                                                                                                                            LAUGLE                              $0          $0         $265        $265
                                                                                                                            Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                                            or 503-594-3066. Prerequisites: Pass FRP-180 and FRP-131.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact              V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                   cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                          NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            28   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                     Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time                                       Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time
              Instructor                          Tuition     Fee       Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition     Fee       Crs. Fee    Total


FRP-280      WILDLAND FIRE/ADVANCED CWE, 6 CREDITS                                          HS-282       HUMAN SERVICES GEN III/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
Work-based learning experience in a wildland firefighting capacity                          Cooperative Work Experience level III. Supervised experience in hu-




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meeting requirements as set forth in the wildland firefighting task                         man services occupations.
book.                                                                                                    HS-282-01       212300 JOBSITE
             FRP-280-02      212072 JOBSITE                                                               SMITH                               $462        $39       $15        $516V
              LAUGLE                              $0          $0        $530        $530                  Required: Instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu                                   or 503-594-3207. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or successful comple-
              or 503-594-3066. Prerequisites: Pass FRP-180 and FRP-131.                                   tion of HS-170. Corequisite: CWE-283-26.
GIS-280      GIS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                          HST-280      HISTORY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
Cooperative Work Experience (co-op) is a process of education that                          Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
integrates a student’s classroom work with experience obtained                              work experience in the field of history.
through a cooperating employer.                                                                          HST-280-01 213566 JOBSITE
             GIS-280-01      212330 JOBSITE                                                               MCFARLAND                           $462        $39       $15        $516V
              KOTZE                               $462        $39       $15        $516V                  Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
              Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar.                               J-280        JOURNALISM/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
GRN-280      GERONTOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                  Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
Work-based experience to acquaint gerontology students with the                             journalism.
roles and related activities of organizations serving the elderly. This                                  J-280-01        213318 JOBSITE
course provides an opportunity to apply theories and techniques                                           JONES                               $462        $39       $15        $516V
learned in the classroom.                                                                                 Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
             GRN-280-01      212761 JOBSITE                                                 J-280A       PUBLIC RELATIONS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
              SMITH                               $462        $39       $15        $516V    Provides students with on-the-job experience and training related to
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu                  public relations.
              or 503-594-3207. Current enrollment in or successful completion of
              HS-170.                                                                                    J-280A-01       213319 JOBSITE
                                                                                                          JONES                               $462        $39       $15        $516V
HE-280       HEALTH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                     Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
health.                                                                                     MFG-280      MANUFACTURING TECH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                                                                                            Cooperative work experience. Practical experience in the manufac-
             HE-280-01       210038 R101
                                                                                            turing trades. Coordination of instruction will occur with industry
              WOODS                               $462        $39       $15        $516V    and the manufacturing and cooperative work departments.
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                                                                                                         MFG-280-01 212388 JOBSITE
HOR-280      HORTICULTURE/CWE, 3 CREDITS                                                                  MATTSON                             $462        $39       $15        $516V
Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various                                         Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar.
segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing
nine credits of horticulture courses. May be repeated for up to six                         MUS-280      MUSIC/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
credits.                                                                                    Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
                                                                                            work experience in the field of music. Required: Instructor consent
             HOR-280-01      213509 FIELD
                                                                                            & a CWE seminar. Prerequisites: Pass MUS-107, MUS-140 and
              NELSON                              $231        $19.50    $15    $265.50      MUS-142.
              Required: A CWE seminar and 90 jobsite hours.
                                                                                                         MUS-280-01 212533 JOBSITE
HOR-281      HORTICULTURE/CWE, 6 CREDITS                                                                  DOGGETT/LOTZ                        $462        $39       $114       $615V
Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various                                         Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar. Prerequisites: Pass
segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing                                       MUS-107, MUS-140 and MUS-142.
nine credits of horticulture courses.
                                                                                            PE-280       PHYSICAL EDUCATION/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
             HOR-281-01      213510 FIELD                                                   Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job ex-
              NELSON                              $462        $39       $15         $516    perience, and training related to the Physical Education field. Covers
              Required: A CWE seminar and 180 jobsite hours.                                job problems and procedures, evaluation of student’s job perfor-
HOR-282      HORTICULTURE/CWE, 3 CREDITS                                                    mance by qualified college staff and site supervision.
Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various                                        PE-280-01       210133 R101
segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing                                       WOODS                               $462        $39       $15        $516V
nine credits of horticulture courses. May be repeated for up to six                                       Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
credits.
                                                                                            PS-280       POLITICAL SCIENCE/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
             HOR-282-01      213511 FIELD                                                   Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
              NELSON                              $231        $19.50    $15    $265.50      work experience in the field of political science.
              Required: A CWE seminar and 90 jobsite hours.
                                                                                                         PS-280-01       213579 JOBSITE
HS-280       HUMAN SERV. GENERALIST I/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                   DARRIS                              $462        $39       $15        $516V
Cooperative work experience with supervision in many areas of hu-                                         Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
man services occupations.
                                                                                            PSY-280      PSYCHOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
             HS-280-01       212297 JOBSITE                                                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
              SMITH                               $462        $39       $15        $516V    psychology.
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact:yvonnes@clackamas.edu
              or 503-594-3207. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or successful comple-                 PSY-280-01      213602 JOBSITE
              tion of HS-170. Corequisite: CWE-281-26.                                                    LEWIS                               $462        $39       $15        $516V
                                                                                                          Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
HS-281       HUMAN SERV GENERALIST II/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
Cooperative work experience level II. Supervised experience in hu-                          R-280        RELIGION/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
man services occupations.                                                                   Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                                                                                            religion.
             HS-281-01       212298 JOBSITE
              SMITH                               $462        $39       $15        $516V                 R-280-01        213610 JOBSITE
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu                                TOEBBEN                             $462        $39       $15        $516V
              or 503-594-3207. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or successful comple-                  Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
              tion of HS-170. Corequisite: CWE-282-26.                                                                                                                 Continued

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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time                                       Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
                               Instructor                            Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee   Total


                 Cooperative Work Experience, continued
                                                                                                             Cooperative Work Experience: Seminar
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                 SM-280       ELECTRONICS/MICROELECTRON/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                    “COREQUISITE” seminars for Cooperative Work Experience classes listed
                 Cooperative work experience. Practical experience in the high-tech                          above. All students must register for the appropriate Cooperative Work
                 industry. Coordination of instruction will occur with industry and                          Experience class and a seminar section.
                 the manufacturing and cooperative work departments.
                                                                                                             CWE-281      COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR I, 0 CREDIT
                              SM-280-01       212397 JOBSITE                                                 The seminar provides an opportunity to develop the career manage-
                               MATTSON                               $462      $39     $15         $516V     ment skills necessary to obtain, and sustain employment. Prepares
                               Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar.                               students for career success.
                 SOC-280      SOCIOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                 CWE-281-05 213625 S181                T          12-12:50PM
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                         EATON                                $0         $0       $0             $0
                 sociology.                                                                                                Restricted to Computer Science students only. Required: Instructor consent.
                              SOC-280-01      213617 JOBSITE                                                               Contact: lene@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3138.
                               LEWIS                                 $462      $39     $15         $516V                  CWE-281-06 213626 ONLINE
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                               STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35        $35
                 SPN-280      SPANISH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                    Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
                                                                                                                           clackamas.edu or 503-594-3857.
                 Cooperative work experience. Offers variable credit to students using
                 Spanish on-the-job.                                                                                      CWE-281-26 213627 ONLINE
                              SPN-280-01      213667 JOBSITE                                                               STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35        $35
                                                                                                                           Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
                               MILLER                                $462      $39     $15         $516V
                                                                                                                           clackamas.edu or 503-594-3857.
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                                                                                                             CWE-282      COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR II, 0 CREDIT
                 TA-280       THEATRE/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                                                                                                             The seminar provides an opportunity to develop the career man-
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                                                                                                             agement skills necessary to advance a career. Uses case studies and
                 theatre.
                                                                                                             special projects.
                              TA-280-01       213328 JOBSITE
                                                                                                                          CWE-282-06 213628 ONLINE
                               WHITTEN                               $462      $39     $15         $516V
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                                                                                                                           STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35        $35
                                                                                                                           Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
                 TTL-180      TRANSPORTATION/LOGISTICS/CWE, 6 CREDITS                                                      clackamas.edu or 503-594-3857. Prerequisite: CWE-281.
                 Work-based learning experience in the Transportation & Logistics                                         CWE-282-26 213629 ONLINE
                 field. Supervision and evaluation of the student’s job performance                                        STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35        $35
                 will be provided by qualified staff of the College and employer.                                          Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
                              TTL-180-01 212218 CLSRM                                                                      clackamas.edu or 503-594-3857. Prerequisite: CWE-281.
                               MCKINNEY/CLEM                         $462      $39     $456         $957     CWE-283      COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR III, 0 CREDIT
                               Required: Instructor consent and a weekly CWE seminar. Contact: Pam Clem      This advanced seminar provides an opportunity to conduct an inde-
                               at pamc@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3196.
                                                                                                             pendent study of the career management skills necessary to develop
                 WET-280      WATER & ENVIRONMENTAL PROJ II, 5 CREDITS                                       advanced skills in obtaining, sustaining, and advancing employ-
                 Practical field experience in a municipal, public or private wastewa-                       ment.
                 ter treatment plant of specific activated sludge design. Process load-                                   CWE-283-06 213630 ONLINE
                 ing criteria, data acquisition, trend charting, and relevant process                                      STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35        $35
                 strategies will be addressed.                                                                             Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
                              WET-280-01      213272                                                                       clackamas.edu or 503-594-3857. Prerequisite: CWE-282.
                                                       P131          M         2-3:50PM                                   CWE-283-26 213631 ONLINE
                               STAFF                                 $0        $32.50   $35        $67.50                  STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35        $35
                               Corequisite: Inclusive CWE Seminar.                                                         Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
                 WLD-280 WELDING TECHNOLOGY/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS                                                              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3857. Prerequisite: CWE-282.
                 Work-based learning experience in the welding trades. Coordination                          CWE-284      COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE SEMINAR IV, 0 CREDIT
                 of instruction will occur with industry and the CWE department.                             Applicable in a limited number of programs.
                              WLD-280-01 212154 JOBSITE                                                                   CWE-284-06 213632 ONLINE
                              CALDERA/MOLATORE                       $462      $39     $15         $516V                   STAPLETON                            $0         $0          $35        $35
                               Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar.                                             Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jodis@
                               Contact: suec@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3065 or jeffm@clackamas.edu or                       clackamas.edu or 503-594-3857. Prerequisite: CWE-283.
                               503-594-3169.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time                                           Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                            Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total



Criminal Justice                                                                                             CJA-223-02
                                                                                                              JONES
                                                                                                                             213449 ONLINE
                                                                                                                                                   $231       $19.50      $35       $285.50




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For more information on Criminal Justice, Corrections, credit for completion                                  Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl Contact: jasonj@
of D.P.S.S.T. or law enforcement academies contact Richard Ashbaugh at                                        clackamas.edu or 503-594-3714.
dicka@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3367.                                                            CJA-230      JUVENILE CORRECTIONS, 3 CREDITS
CJA-110      INTRODUCTION TO LAW ENFORCEMENT, 3 CREDITS                                         Studies the historical and contemporary perspectives on juvenile of-
Explores theories, philosophies, and concepts of U.S. criminal jus-                             fenders, code, court and procedures. Describes treatment programs
tice administration. Examines past, present and future operations                               and the differences between adult and juvenile court laws, and pro-
of criminal justice including unique vocabulary used within the                                 cedures.
system. Studies interrelated components of the U.S. criminal justice                                         CJA-230-01 213450 C151 TTH    9-10:20AM
system.                                                                                                       STAFF                 $231   $19.50   $0                              $250.50
             CJA-110-01      212536 C136            TTH        9-10:20AM                        CJA-232      CORRECTIONS CASEWORK, 3 CREDITS
              FLIPPO                                $231       $19.50   $0           $250.50    Describes interviewing and counseling techniques used by correc-
             CJA-110-02      212537 C136            W          6-8:50PM                         tions officers in one-on-one contacts with clients. Stresses positive
              FLIPPO                                $231       $19.50   $0           $250.50    relationships and behavior modification related to the reintegration
             CJA-110-03      213446 ONLINE                                                      process.
              JONES                                 $231       $19.50      $35       $285.50                 CJA-232-01 212570 C151  TTH   10:30-11:50AM
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu.dl/ Contact: jasonj@                            FLIPPO                 $231  $19.50    $0  $250.50
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3714.
                                                                                                CJA-280      CRIMINAL JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
CJA-112      PATROL PROCEDURES, 3 CREDITS                                                       Identifies employment opportunities in the criminal justice or cor-
Describes the nature and purpose of patrol activities for the law en-                           rections systems. Students must be enrolled full-time in the criminal
forcement officer. Includes routine and emergency procedures and                                justice or corrections program.
types of patrols.                                                                                            CJA-280-01      212574 JOBSITE
             CJA-112-01 212539 C136                 TTH        10:30-11:50AM                                  STAFF                                $462       $39         $15        $516V
              STAFF                                 $231       $19.50    $0  $250.50                          Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite: CJA-170.
             CJA-112-02 212540 C136                 M          6-8:50PM
              JONES                                 $231       $19.50    $0  $250.50            CJA-281      CRIMINAL JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                                                                                                Identifes employment opportunities in the criminal justice or cor-
CJA-122      CRIMINAL LAW, 3 CREDITS                                                            rections systems. Students must be enrolled full-time in the criminal
Examines the elements, purpose and functions of criminal, traffic,                              justice or corrections program.
juvenile and liquor laws.                                                                                    CJA-281-01      212575 JOBSITE
             CJA-122-01 212543 C136 MW                         9-10:20AM                                      STAFF                                $462       $39         $15        $516V
              EMMAL                 $231                       $19.50   $0           $250.50                  Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite: CJA-170.
             CJA-122-02 212544 C136 T                          6-8:50PM
              HEALY                 $231                       $19.50   $0           $250.50
CJA-130      INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS,                     3 CREDITS                         Criminal Justice: Crime Analysis
Examines the history, organization, and development of correction-                              CJA-140      INTRODUCTION TO CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT
al institutions. Includes detention facilities and treatment processes                          Examines the history and development of crime analysis in the
such as sentencing, incarceration, probation and parole.                                        criminal justice field. Defines crime analysis, identifies the three
             CJA-130-01      212546 C151            MW         10:30-11:50AM                    categories and four functions within each category, and explores the
              STAFF                                 $231       $19.50    $0  $250.50            tasks and products associated with each category.
             CJA-130-02      213447 ONLINE                                                                   CJA-140-01      212548 ONLINE
              FLIPPO                                $231       $19.50      $35       $285.50                  BAIRD                                $77        $6.50       $35       $118.50
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: iflipp@                            Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3363.                                                                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570.
CJA-200      COMMUNITY RELATIONS & POLICING, 3 CREDITS                                          CJA-141      INTRODUCTION TO CRIME MAPPING, 1 CREDIT
Examines the interrelationships and role expectations of agencies                               Examines the evolution of crime mapping in law enfourcement.
and public policy. Explores racial community tension, minority                                  Describes basic uses: tactical, strategic, and administrative crime
group crime, social forces, community policing and police miscon-                               analysis. Includes: pin and grid mapping, GIS for crime analysis, and
duct.                                                                                           geocoding for law enforcement.
             CJA-200-01 212563 C151   MW     9-10:20AM                                                       CJA-141-01      212549 ONLINE
              BABST                   $231   $19.50   $5                             $255.50                  BAIRD                                $77        $6.50       $35       $118.50
CJA-210      CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION I, 3 CREDITS                                                              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
Introduces the history, theory, and principles of criminal investiga-                                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.
tion in the justice system. Describes crime scene investigation and                             CJA-142      STATISTICS FOR CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT
courtroom aspects of crime scenes including interviews, evidence,                               Introduces mathematical and statistical tools needed for simple
surveillance, follow-up, case preparation and techniques for specific                           crime analysis through the use of statistics.
crimes.                                                                                                      CJA-142-01      212550 ONLINE
             CJA-210-01 212567 C136    MW     10:30-11:50AM                                                   BAIRD                                $77        $6.50       $35       $118.50
              BABST                    $231   $19.50    $5  $255.50                                           Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
CJA-223      CRIMINAL JUSTICE ETHICS, 3 CREDITS                                                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.
Introduces ethical issues, questions and challenges facing policing                             CJA-143      CRIME ANALYSIS VIA STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT
and corrections professionals. Emphasizes recognition of ethical                                Explores statistical tool application in crime analysis and demon-
issues, personal and professional skills in decision making and con-                            strates their use in: Tactical, Strategic, and Administrative Crime
sequences of unethical conduct, and the Law Enforcement Code of                                 Analysis using case-study methodology.
Ethics.                                                                                                      CJA-143-01      212551 ONLINE
             CJA-223-01      212569 C153            TTH        9-10:20AM                                      BAIRD                                $77        $6.50       $35       $118.50
              STAFF                                 $231       $19.50   $0           $250.50                  Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
                                                                                                              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-142.

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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee   Total


                 Criminal Justice: Crime Analysis, continued                                                 CJA-151      CRIME INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                             Discusses legal limitations to intelligence information gathering:
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                 CJA-144      CRIME ANALYSIS VIA MODUS OPERANDI, 1 CREDIT                                    basic police intelligence mission and five-step intelligence process.
                 Examines tactical crime analysis through modus operandi analysis,                           Illustrates differences between investigative unit, strategic and op-
                 characteristics to identify factors for crime types and classifications                     erational intelligence.
                 to provide solvability factors and suspect identification.                                               CJA-151-01      212559 ONLINE
                              CJA-144-01      212552 ONLINE                                                                BAIRD                               $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50
                               BAIRD                               $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50                   Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ markb@clackamas.edu                     clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-150.
                               or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.                                       CJA-152      CRIME SCENE ANALYSIS: CAPSTONE (CSA), 1 CREDIT
                 CJA-145      CRIME ANALYSIS CAPSTONE, 1 CREDIT                                              Final course of the CSA series uses case-study methodology to exam-
                 Final course of the basic crime analysis series. Case-study methodol-                       ine a crime scene and formulate real decisions using proper applica-
                 ogy is used to formulate real decisions, use of proper application of                       tion of analytical tools.
                 statistical and mapping tools, including modus operandi analysis.                                        CJA-152-01      212560 ONLINE
                              CJA-145-01      212553 ONLINE                                                                BAIRD                               $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50
                               BAIRD                               $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50                   Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-148.
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-144.                         CJA-153      CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS CAPSTONE, 1 CREDIT
                 CJA-146      CRIME ANALYSIS/LINK ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT                                         Final part of CIA series. Students demonstrate skills using a case
                 Examines tactical crime analysis through link analysis and other                            study: threat assessments, summaries and estimates, CIA reports,
                 forms of graphic analysis. Presents development of the graphic ana-                         recommendations, and supporting documentation using tools such
                 lytical techniques of link analysis, flow chart analysis, and telephone                     as link analysis tools.
                 toll analysis.                                                                                           CJA-153-01      212561 ONLINE
                              CJA-146-01      212554 ONLINE                                                                BAIRD                               $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50
                               BAIRD                               $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50                   Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-151.
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.
                 CJA-147      INTRO PROFILING VIOLENT CRIMES, 1 CREDIT                                       Dental Assistant
                 Examines psychological profiling history: arson, murder, rape, pedo-                        The CCC Dental Assistant program is a three-term program of 49 credits.
                 philia, terrorism, and misuses such as racial profiling.
                              CJA-147-01      212555 ONLINE                                                  DA-101       DENTAL RADIOLOGY I, 3 CREDITS
                               BAIRD                               $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50     History and principles of dental radiology, terminology, basic phys-
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@           ics associated with x-rays, biological effects of x-rays, anatomical
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.                         landmarks, and infection control. Includes radiation health and
                                                                                                             safety, types of film and holders, film processing, film mounting, x-
                 CJA-148      CRIME SCENE ANALYSIS: PROFILING, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                             ray equipment, infection control techniques, disposal of hazardous
                 Provides case-study methodology using rape and serial murder psy-                           waste, and exposure techniques on x-ray manikins.
                 chological profiling examples.
                                                                                                             ✔	           DA-101-01  211613 H360               W          12:30-2:20PM
                              CJA-148-01      212556 ONLINE
                                                                                                                                            H340               W          9-11:50AM
                               BAIRD                               $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
                                                                                                                           MOUNT/CORONA                        $231       $19.50    $175 $425.50
                                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-147.
                                                                                                             ✔	           DA-101-02  211614 H360               W          12:30-2:20PM
                 CJA-149      RESEARCH METHODS/CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT                                                                     H340               W          3-5:50PM
                 Examines informational resources needed for the research of admin-                                        CORONA/MOUNT                        $231       $19.50    $175 $425.50
                 istrative crime analysis. Demonstrates survey methodology for mea-                                        Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.
                 suring crime and its impact.
                              CJA-149-01      212557 ONLINE                                                  DA-104       CLINICAL PROCEDURES I, 3 CREDITS
                               BAIRD                               $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50     Introduction and practice of basic chairside assisting and general
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@           procedures which are taught in a dental lab setting. OSHA and
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.                         Hazard Communication guidelines are practiced. Includes lectures
                                                                                                             and discussion of the dental professional, dental law, ethics, HIPAA,
                 CJA-150      INTRODUCTION TO POLICE INTELLIGENCE, 1 CREDIT                                  and patient records. Measuring and recording of vital signs are also
                 Examines the basic police intelligence mission. Demonstrates five-                          covered.
                 step intelligence process and illustrates differences between inves-                        ✔	           DA-104-01  211616 H360               M          12:30-2:20PM
                 tigative unit, strategic and operational intelligence. Discusses legal
                                                                                                                                            H340               M          9-11:50AM
                 limitations to intelligence information gathering.
                                                                                                                           MOUNT/CORONA                        $231       $19.50    $225 $475.50
                              CJA-150-01      212558 ONLINE                                                                Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.
                               BAIRD                               $77        $6.50       $35    $118.50
                                                                                                             ✔	           DA-104-02  211617 H360               M          12:30-2:20PM
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: markb@
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3570. Prerequisite: CJA-140.                                                        H340               M          3-5:50PM
                                                                                                                           CORONA/MOUNT                        $231       $19.50    $225 $475.50
                                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                            Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee       Total                 Instructor                         Tuition      Fee     Crs. Fee      Total


DA-107       DENTAL MATERIALS I, 3 CREDITS                                                     DMC-106 ANIMATION & MOTION GRAPHICS I, 3 CREDITS
Introduction to physical and chemical properties of dental restor-                             Introduction to the fundamentals of motion graphics design. This




                                                                                                                                                                                           Course Listing
ative materials and dental cements. Includes details related to haz-                           project-based course will explore the history and theory of motion
ardous dental materials. Amalgam and composite procedures are                                  picture effects in order to better understand and execute experimen-
taught and practiced in a laboratory setting.                                                  tal and new technological approaches to creating digital effects and
✔	           DA-107-01  211618 H360               TH         12:30-2:20PM                      animation for video and web-based applications.
                               H340               TH         9-11:50AM                                      DMC-106-01 211745 AC121             MW           2-4:50PM
              MOUNT/CORONA                        $231       $19.50    $175 $425.50                          WASSON                             $231         $19.50   $90       $340.50
              Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.                                     Recommended: Previous experience with computer graphics and digital
✔	           DA-107-02  211619 H360               TH         12:30-2:20PM                                    video.
                               H340               TH         3-5:50PM                          DMC-280 DMC/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
              MOUNT/CORONA                        $231       $19.50    $175 $425.50            Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
              Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.                       work experience in the field of media studies.
DA-110       CLINICAL PRACTICUM I, 1 CREDIT                                                                 DMC-280-01 211746 JOBSITE
Clinical practicum begins in the seventh week of class. Students ap-                                         MINGO                              $462         $39     $15         $516V
ply basic dental assisting procedures taught in weeks one through                                            Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
six. All protocols are followed to allow for student and patient safety
and protection. A minimum of eight supervised unpaid hours per
week is required for term one practicum. Students will participate in                          Economics
two seminars held during the term.                                                             EC-201       PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MICRO, 4 CREDITS
✔	           DA-110-01       211620 CLSRM         T          TBA                               Focuses on micro-economics theory dealing with the behavior of
              MOUNT                               $77        $6.50      $125 $208.50           individuals and individual firms within different market structures.
              Meets: 11/8, 11/15, 11/22, 11/29 & 12/6. Required: Instructor consent.           Covers concepts of competition, consumer decisions, the use of eco-
              Eight hrs/wk/TBA. At Harmony Community Campus.                                   nomic resources, and international trade.
DA-115       DENTAL SCIENCE, 1 CREDIT                                                                       EC-201-01  213545 M258              TTH          8-9:50AM
Introduction to anatomy and physiology including major body sys-                                             SHACKELFORD                        $308         $26      $0          $334
tems, head and neck anatomy, oral embryology and histology, tooth                                            Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with a
                                                                                                             C or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
morphology, oral pathology, and dental charting.
✔	           DA-115-01       211621 H360          F          10-11:20AM                        ✔	           EC-201-15       213548 W211         S            8-5:20PM
              CORONA                              $77        $6.50    $40       $123.50                      WISMER                             $0           $0       $334        $334
                                                                                                             Meets: 10/1-10/29. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115;
              Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.
                                                                                                             pass MTH-095 with a C or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
DA-125       DENTAL INFECTION CONTROL, 1 CREDIT                                                              At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
Introduction to microbiology, infection control, cross-contamina-                                           EC-201-02  213546 M258              MW           9-10:50AM
tion, instrument processing, methods of sterilization, and instru-                                           SHACKELFORD                        $308         $26      $0          $334
ment storage. Covers OSHA standards of Hazard Communication                                                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with a
and Bloodborne Pathogens. Implement management of Material                                                   C or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
Safety Data Sheets and labeling of hazardous materials.                                        ✔	           EC-201-03       213683 OIT157       W            6-9:50PM
✔	           DA-125-01       211622 H360          F          11:30-12:50PM                                   WISMER                             $308         $26      $0          $334
              CORONA                              $77        $6.50     $40 $123.50                           Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with
              Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.                                     a C or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111. At Harmony
                                                                                                             Community Campus.

Digital Multimedia Communications                                                                           EC-201-04
                                                                                                             WALLIS
                                                                                                                            213547 ONLINE
                                                                                                                                                $308         $26     $35          $369
DMC-100 INTRODUCTION TO MEDIA ARTS, 3 CREDITS                                                                Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: lynnwa@
Presents an overview of career opportunities in the media industry.                                          clackamas.edu or 503-594-3884. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
Introduces basic principles common to success in the media indus-                                            ment in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with a C or better or placement in MTH-105
try, common media industry entrance strategies and the history of                                            or MTH-111.
the industry from film to online media. In addition this course will                           EC-202       PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MACRO, 4 CREDITS
cover basic theories behind what shapes and drives the media indus-                            Introduction to economic theory, policy, and institutions. Focuses
try.                                                                                           on macro-economic theory, scarcity, production, money, unemploy-
        DMC-100-01 211743 M256    MW     12-1:20PM                                             ment, inflation, and international finance.
         MINGO                    $231   $19.50   $90                           $340.50        ✔	           EC-202-15       213553 W211         S            8-5:20PM
DMC-104 DIGITAL VIDEO EDITING, 4 CREDITS                                                                     WISMER                             $0           $0       $334        $334
Students will utilize video editing skills. These skills will include log-                                   Meets: 11/5-12/10. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115;
ging and capturing raw video, assembly of shots on a time line, and                                          pass MTH-095 with a C or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
the use of effects in the creation of a final video sequence. Along                                          At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
with text generation and video compositing, this course will offer                                          EC-202-01  213549 M258              TTH          10-11:50AM
students an in-depth overview of the video editing process. Course                                           SHACKELFORD                        $308         $26      $0          $334
will explore the history of film editing and the theory behind vari-                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with a
ous forms of film and video editing. Lab component included.                                                 C or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
             DMC-104-01 211744 M125               TTH        9-11:40AM                                      EC-202-02  213550 M258              MW           11-12:50PM
              MINGO                               $308       $26      $90          $424                      SHACKELFORD                        $308         $26      $0          $334
              Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                                              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with a
                                                                                                             C or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
                                                                                                            EC-202-03       213552 ONLINE
                                                                                                             WALLIS                             $308         $26     $35          $369
                                                                                                             Online. Orintation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: lynnwa@
                                                                                                             clackamas.edu or 503-594-3884. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                                                                                                             ment in RD-115; pass MTH-095 with a C or better or placement in MTH-105
                                                                                                             or MTH-111.
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee     Total



                 Education                                                                                    ECE-221      OBSERVATION & GUIDANCE II IN ECE SETTINGS,
                                                                                                                           4 CREDITS
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                 ECE-133      INFANT-TODDLER DEVELOPMENT, 1 CREDIT                                            This course is designed to help students explore in greater depth the
                 This course is designed to help students understand the early stages                         observation of PK-4th grade within the classroom environment. In
                 of growth, including early brain development. Topics covered are                             this more advanced course, the student focuses on observation and
                 the development of a warm, welcoming environment, daily routines                             guidance techniques for observing groups of children and addresses
                 and activities, responding to challenging behaviors and building the                         challenging behaviors and other issues within the early childhood
                 important relationship with families.                                                        environment. The practitioner’s role in using observation to pro-
                              ECE-133-01      213435 DJ225         F         4:30-8:20PM                      mote his/her own development and to assist in the development of
                                                                                                              the children is explored in depth.
                                                     DJ225         S         8:30-3:30PM
                               CARRILLO                            $77       $6.50     $10          $93.50    HYB          ECE-221-01      212269 DJ225          M          4-7:50PM
                               Meets: 12/2 & 12/3. Required: CDA Co-hort instructor consent.                                CARRILLO                             $308       $26      $0              $334
                                                                                                                            Hybrid. Meets: 9/26, 10/24 & 12/5. Contact: lillianc@clackamas.edu
                 ECE-134      HEALTH & SAFETY ISSUES IN ECE, 1 CREDIT                                                       or 503-594-3610. Prerequisite: ECE-121.
                 This course is designed to help participants promote children’s
                 physical and socio-emotional development by preventing health                                ECE-235      NUTRITION, MUSIC AND MOVEMENT, 3 CREDITS
                 problems, responding to sick children and encouraging young chil-                            This course provides the knowledge and skills to work effectively
                 dren to develop good nutrition and other health and safety habits.                           with children and their families to help combat the prevalence of
                 Recognizing and reporting child abuse and neglect is included.                               childhood obesity, which plays a major role in how they grow, de-
                                                                                                              velop and learn. Participants will explore various ways of integrating
                              ECE-134-01      213433 DJ225         F         4:30-8:20PM
                                                                                                              nutritional health-related activities into the daily routine. Special
                                                     DJ225         S         8:30-3:30PM
                               SMITH                               $77       $6.50     $10          $93.50    emphasis will be placed on the inclusion of music and movement,
                               Meets: 10/21 & 10/22. Required: CDA Co-hort instructor consent.                which will connect to the total curriculum in developmentally ap-
                                                                                                              propriate ways. The development needs of individual children will
                 ECE-150      INTRODUCTION & OBSERVATION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD                                   be taken into consideration, along with the cultural context.
                              EDUCATION, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                              HYB          ECE-235-01      212270 DJ225          T          4-7:50PM
                 Focuses on the history of early childhood education, the value and                                         STAFF                                $231       $19.50   $0         $250.50
                 use of objective observations as a teaching tool, how to plan and                                          Hybrid. Meets: 9/27, 10/25 & 12/6.
                 adapt your program’s goals/objectives for each individual child/fam-
                 ily. Includes systematic, weekly observations of children.                                   ED-100       INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                              Examines teaching as a profession. Provides opportunities for direct
                              ECE-150-01 212266 DJ225 W     4:30-7:20PM
                               STAFF                  $231  $19.50    $0 $250.50                              experience with, and analysis of, educational settings. Explores cur-
                                                                                                              rent issues in education and characteristics of effective schools.
                 ECE-173      PRESCHOOLERS & LOSS: DIVORCE AND DEATH, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                           ED-100-01       212271 DJ225          TTH        1-2:20PM
                 This course is designed to help participants explore the profound
                 effects that loss from divorce or death can have on young children.                                        HAMM                                 $231       $19.50   $0         $250.50
                 The effects of such loss are examined, including common develop-                                          ED-100-02       212272 ONLINE
                 mental outcomes: social, emotional, cognitive, and physical. Strate-                                       HAMM                                 $231       $19.50      $35     $285.50
                 gies for supporting children and their families through such difficult                                     Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: paulah@
                                                                                                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3210.
                 times of separation are researched.
                              ECE-173-01      212267 DJ225         F         4:30-6:20PM                      ED-113       INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES IN READING AND
                                                     DJ225         S         9-11:50AM                                     LANGUAGE ARTS, 3 CREDITS
                               STAFF                               $77       $6.50     $0           $83.50    Introduces skills and techniques applied in supplemental read-
                               Meets: 10/7, 10/8, 10/14 & 10/15.                                              ing instruction with elementary age students. Includes reading for
                                                                                                              meaning using the four cuing systems: comprehension, strategies,
                 ECE-178      DESIGNING A LEARNING GARDEN, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                              developing sigh/meaning, vocabulary, connecting reading/writing,
                 This course is designed to assist participants in planning, designing
                                                                                                              understanding appropriate uses of graphophonics.
                 and implementing an effective outdoor environment which is an
                 area that has not received a great deal of attention in recent years.                                     ED-113-01       212273 ONLINE
                 Students will recognize how to evaluate various outdoor environ-                                           SCOTT                                $231       $19.50      $35     $285.50
                 ments and activities while becoming familiar with how it can affect                                        Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: laurette@
                 children’s self esteem. All developmental domains will be included:                                        clackamas.edu or 503-594-3840.
                 social, emotional, cognitive, physical (large and small motor skill                          ED-131       INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES, 3 CREDITS
                 development), as well as language-literacy development.                                      Focuses on the components of effective instruction. Students will
                              ECE-178-01      212268 DJ225         F         4:30-6:20PM                      design standards-based activities that integrate multiple content
                                                     DJ225         S         9-11:50AM                        areas, address the instructional needs of diverse learners and include
                               HEIMOWITZ                           $77       $6.50     $0           $83.50    appropriate strategies for assessment.
                               Meets: 11/4, 11/5, 11/11 & 11/12.                                                           ED-131-01       212274 ONLINE
                                                                                                                            HAMM                                 $231       $19.50      $35     $285.50
                                                                                                                            Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: paulah@
                                                                                                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3210.
                                                                                                              ED-150       CREATIVE ACTIVITIES FOR CHILDREN, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                              Focus is on understanding and implementing developmental ap-
                                                                                                              proach to creative activities for young children; involves hands-on
                                                                                                              experience with a variety of mediums including art, music, move-
                                                                                                              ment, and creative dramatics.
                                                                                                              HYB          ED-150-01       212275 DJ225          TH         4-7:50PM
                                                                                                                            SCOTT                                $231       $19.50   $0         $250.50
                                                                                                                            Hybrid. Meets: 9/29, 10/27 & 12/8. Contact: laurette@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                                            or 503-594-3840.

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact              V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                   cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                          NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            34   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
              Instructor                            Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total


ED-229       LEARNING & DEVELOPMENT, 3 CREDITS                                                 EET-227      SEMICONDUCTOR CIRCUITS II, 3 CREDITS
Addresses theory regarding human development, intelligence, mo-                                Second in series concentrating on the application, design and circuit




                                                                                                                                                                                             Course Listing
tivation, and the learning process. Students learn to apply strategies                         analysis of transistor amplifying and switching circuits. Industry
and techniques derived from these theories.                                                    standard devices will be used.
             ED-229-01       212276 ONLINE                                                                  EET-227-01 212325 B152A              MW         4:30-7:20PM
              SCOTT                                 $231       $19.50      $35     $285.50                   SELLEVAAG                           $231       $19.50    $90         $340.50
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: Laurette Scott at                 Prerequisite: EET-127.
              laurette@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3840.                                          EET-239      PRINCIPLES OF TROUBLESHOOTING II, 2 CREDITS
ED-258       MULTICULTURAL EDUCATION, 3 CREDITS                                                Covers advanced applications of diagnosis, service, maintenance
Covers the philosophy, activities, and techniques appropriate to a                             and repair of systems. Also includes preventative maintenance, ap-
culturally sensitive classroom. Students will develop an understand-                           plied statistical process control and RF power generation.
ing of the impact of culture on individual perception and learning                                          EET-239-01      212326 B152A         MW         7:30-9:20PM
and group dynamics.                                                                                          COMBS                               $154       $13       $60           $227
                                                                                                             Recommended: EET-139.
             ED-258-01       212277 ONLINE
              HAMM                                  $231       $19.50      $35     $285.50     SM-150       SEMICONDUCTOR PROCESSING I, 2 CREDITS
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: paulah@             Provides general background knowledge on the processes required
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3210.                                                   to manufacture integrated circuit devices, beginning with silicon
ED-270       PRACTICUM I/CWE, 4 CREDITS                                                        material preparation and ending with testing of a completed device.
Focuses on field experience in a variety of classroom activities di-                           Micro-contamination also covered.
rectly related to assisting and supervising children in school settings.                                    SM-150-01  212396 B152 F    5-6:50PM
Allows students to apply knowledge, methods, and skills gained                                               SELLEVAAG             $154 $13      $60    $227
from education courses. The seminar covers classroom experience,                               SM-280       ELECTRONICS/MICROELECTRON/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
problem-solving techniques, and materials.                                                     Cooperative work experience. Practical experience in the high-tech
             ED-270-01       212278 DJ233           TH         2:30-4:50PM                     industry. Coordination of instruction will occur with industry and
              STAFF                                 $308       $26       $0            $334    the manufacturing and cooperative work departments.
              Meets: 9/29, 10/20, 11/17 & 12/8. Required: Instructor consent. Prerequi-                     SM-280-01       212397 JOBSITE
              sites: ECE-280 or ED-280.                                                                      MATTSON                             $462       $39        $15         $516V
ED-280       PRACTICUM/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                     Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar.
Supervised practicum in a school setting. Students will utilize and
develop knowledge, skills and attitudes relevant to working in a
school and with children.
                                                                                               Emergency Medical Technology
             ED-280-01       212279 JOBSITE                                                    Visit the department website at http://depts.clackamas.edu/emt/ for more
              HAMM                                  $462       $39         $15        $516V    information and to download the EMT Basic registration checklist.
              Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar. Contact: paulah@                 EMT-101      EMT BASIC PART I, 5 CREDITS
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3210. Successful completion of or current enroll-       Develops skills and training at the Basic Life Support (BLS) level.
              ment in ED-100.                                                                  Includes signs and symptoms of illness and injury, initial treatment,
                                                                                               stabilization, and transportation. Focus on airway management and
Electronics & Microelectronics                                                                 patient assessment.
                                                                                               ✔	           EMT-101-01      211624 H330          TTH        12-3:20PM
All degree seeking students should arrange to speak to a faculty advisor                                                           H335          TTH        12-3:20PM
prior to registering. Call 503-594-3318 for more information, or contact the                                 SAWZAK                              $385       $32.50   $175 $592.50
Student Success Center, 503-594-3475.                                                                        Required: Instructor consent and EMT Basic registration check list. See EMT
EET-137      ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS I, 4 CREDITS                                                            website, http://depts.clackamas.edu/emt/ Course required documentation
Introduction to basic concepts of voltage, current, resistance and                                           must be received prior to registration. Prerequisite: AHA CPR-Healthcare
their relationships in DC circuits. Analysis of series, parallel and                                         Provider or ASHI-CPR PRO. At Harmony Community Campus.
series-parallel circuits will be made using Ohm’s and Kirchloff’s laws                         ✔	           EMT-101-02      211623 H330          TTH        6-9:20PM
and DC Network theorems.                                                                                                           H335          TTH        6-9:20PM
                                                                                                             SAWZAK                              $385       $32.50   $175 $592.50
             EET-137-01      212321 B152            TTH        5-8:50PM                                      Required: Instructor consent and EMT Basic registration check list.
              STAGER                                $308       $26      $120           $454
              Recommended: MTH-050 or higher.                                                                See EMT website, http://depts.clackamas.edu/emt/ Course required
                                                                                                             documentation must be received prior to registration. Prerequisite:
EET-139      PRINCIPLES OF TROUBLESHOOTING I, 2 CREDITS                                                      AHA CPR-Healthcare Provider or ASHI-CPR PRO. At Harmony Community
Emphasizes theories and practices useful in troubleshooting failures                                         Campus.
in any application. Focuses on the overall philosophy and strategy
of troubleshooting, as opposed to detailed tactics of specific applica-                        EMT-105      INTRODUCTION TO EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES,
tions. Includes a computer applications laboratory.                                                         3 CREDITS
                                                                                               Introduces the student to EMS. Examines the career path for para-
             EET-139-01 212322 B152                 MW         5:30-7:20PM                     medics. Explores structure and function of EMS systems. Includes
              SELLEVAAG                             $154       $13       $60           $227
              Recommended: MFG-109 or MFG-209.                                                 roles and responsibilities, operations, medico-legal consideration,
                                                                                               stress management, bloodborne pathogens, and other Oregon spe-
EET-215      PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF MANUFACTURING                                      cific content.
             EQUIPMENT TECHNOLOGY, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                               ✔	           EMT-105-01      211625 H330          TTH        4-5:20PM
This course emphasizes applied electromechanical principles and                                              SAWZAK                              $231       $19.50   $40          $290.50
motors. Covers theory, operation and application of force, work,                                              At Harmony Community Campus.
rate, resistance, energy power and force transformers. AC and DC
motors also covered.
             EET-215-01      212324 B152A           TTH        2:30-4:20PM
              MATTSON                               $154       $13       $60           $227
              Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of EET-137.



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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                          Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
                               Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total



                 Energy Resource Management                                                                GE-101B      ENGINEERING PROGRAMMING, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                           Intro to basic ideas and tools of the engineering profession. Basic
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                 The ERM program offers a one-year certificate and two-year AAS degree to                  preparation in rudiments and working methods of engineering de-
                 prepare students for entry level operations careers in the utility industry. All          sign, analysis and problem soliving, with emphasis on developing
                 degree/certificate seeking students should arrange to speak to an advisor                 skills in computer-aided programming methods via MATLAB script-
                 prior to registering. Call Angie Sandercock at 503-594-0944 for more infor-               ing language.
                 mation or advising needs. See Utility Workforce Readiness for other technical                          GE-101B-01 213213 B276              W         3-4:50PM
                 utility related certificates.                                                                           WILLARDSON                         $154      $13      $40          $207
                                                                                                                         Corequisite: MTH-251.
                 ERM-100      ORIENTATION TO ENERGY & RESOURCE MANAGEMENT,
                              3 CREDITS                                                                    GE-102       ENGINEERING COMPUTATION, 4 CREDITS
                 Overview of the energy, utility and resource industries’ career op-                       Introduction to data structures for solving engineering problems.
                 tions. Through field trips, guest speakers, and research, students will                   Continues developing skills in the algorithmic method for engineer-
                 discover and report on career options in the energy industry.                             ing problem solving.
                 HYB          ERM-100-01 213871 W211              M         6-7:50PM                                    GE-102-01       213215 S182         TTH       10-11:50AM
                               MCLAIN                             $0        $0       $231          $231                  ALBERS                             $308      $26      $20          $354
                               Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: johnmcl@                           Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115, pass WR-095 or
                               clackamas.edu. Recommended: Basic computer skills. Corequisites:                          placement in WR-121. Corequisite: GE-101A and MTH-251.
                               ERM-101-01 and ERM-171-01. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.                       GE-211       STATICS, 4 CREDITS
                 ERM-101      ENERGY & RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY I: INTRO, 3 CREDITS                             First term of engineering mechanics sequence. Force analysis in
                 Examine the history, development and segmentation of the energy                           structures and machines under various loading conditions.
                 industry in the Northwest. Research and report on the effects of re-                                   GE-211-01  213216 P132              MW        1-2:50PM
                 gional energy policies and how they affect specific segments of the                                     WILLARDSON                         $308      $26      $20          $354
                 energy industry.                                                                                        Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                 HYB          ERM-101-01 213873 W211              M         8-9:50PM                                     placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-252. Corequisite: PH-211.
                               MCLAIN                             $0        $0       $231          $231
                               Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: johnmcl@
                               clackamas.edu. Recommended: Basic computer skills. Corequisites:            English Composition
                               ERM 100-01 & ERM-171-01. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.                         See “Writing” for all writing and English composition classes.
                 ERM-171      ENERGY INDUSTRY WORKPLACE HEALTH AWARENESS,
                              3 CREDITS
                 Discover principles and concepts that govern health related envi-                         English Literature
                 ronmental conditions in a workplace setting in the utility industry.                      ENG-104      INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: FICTION, 4 CREDITS
                 Create systems for change specific to health related workplace con-                       Introduction to American and international short fiction.
                 ditions within OSHA standards.                                                                         ENG-104-01 213354 RR209             MW        3-4:50PM
                 ✔	           ERM-171-01 213872 W211              TTH       6-8:50PM                                     CORNELIUS                          $308      $26      $0           $334
                               JOHNSTON                           $0        $0       $316          $316                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                               Meets 9/28-10/27. Corequisite: ERM-100-01 & ERM-101-01. At CCC                            placement in WR-121.
                               Wilsonville Campus.
                                                                                                           ENG-109      WORLD LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS
                 ERM-201      ENERGY APPLICATIONS I: RENEWABLE ENERGY                                      The Romantics through modern times, ranging from Russia to Nige-
                              RESOURCES, 4 CREDITS                                                         ria and Colombia.
                 Access and interpret building performance, conversion technology,
                                                                                                                        ENG-109-01 213452 RR209             TTH       10-11:50AM
                 and the applications of renewable energy resources.
                                                                                                                         BRYANT-TRERISE                     $308      $26      $0           $334
                 HYB          ERM-201-01 213875 W214              T         6-8:50PM                                     Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                               MCLAIN                             $0        $0       $308          $308                  placement in WR-121.
                               Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours. Contact: johnmcl@
                               clackamas.edu. Prerequisite: Pass ERM-103 with a “C” or better.             ENG-121      MYSTERY FICTION, 4 CREDITS
                               At CCC Wilsonville Campus.                                                  Mystery novels and short stories by such writers as Poe, Doyle,
                                                                                                           Christie, Stout, Marsh, Lathen, Sayers, and Chandler.
                 Engineering                                                                                            ENG-121-01
                                                                                                                         MOUNT
                                                                                                                                        213355 ONLINE
                                                                                                                                                            $308      $26        $35        $369
                 GE-101A      ENGINEERING PROBLEM SOLVING, 2 CREDITS                                                     Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: davidmo@
                 Introduction to basic ideas and tools of the engineering profes-                                        clackamas.edu or 503-594-3265. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                 sion. Rudiments and methods of engineering analysis, design and                                         ment in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                 problem solving. Emphasis on developing skills in the algorithmic                         ENG-194      INTRODUCTION TO FILM, 4 CREDITS
                 method.                                                                                   Explores the language of film. Analysis of film beyond its surface
                              GE-101A-01 213208 P132              M         3-4:50PM                       meaning, considering film aesthetics, technology, history, and
                               WILLARDSON                         $154      $13      $10           $177    theory.
                               Corequisite: MTH-251.                                                                    ENG-194-01      213357 RR207        W         6-9:50PM
                                                                                                                         MACH                               $308      $26      $0           $334
                                                                                                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                                                                                                                         placement in WR-121.




                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville           Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact           V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus         10.                            department first class                cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                       location                      HYB Classroom/online course -                                       NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            36   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                       Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                         Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee      Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee       Crs. Fee      Total


ENG-199      THE LITERATURE OF HORROR, 4 CREDITS                                             ENL-117      ADVANCED GRAMMAR A, 3 CREDITS
Oh, the Horror! Tales of literary horror told through the ages, in-                          Part A of a two-part series. Presentation and practice of adverb claus-




                                                                                                                                                                                          Course Listing
cluding classics, cautionary tales, short stories, modern horror fic-                        es, discourse connectors, reported speech, noun clauses and ‘it’ in
tion, and graphic novels. Be prepared to shiver!                                             subject position in written and spoken English.
✔	HYB        ENG-199-02 213453 H310              M            6-8:50PM                                    ENL-117-01      212764 TBA            MW        11:30-12:50PM
              PESZNECKER                         $308         $26      $0          $334                    STAFF                                $231      $19.50    $0  $250.50
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                              Required: Instructor consent. Corequisite: PIE-070.
              placement in WR-121. At Harmony Community Campus.
                                                                                             ENL-119      ADVANCED READING & WRITING, 6 CREDITS
ENG-199      WITNESS LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS                                                   Advanced level ESL students will practice academic reading, writing,
Analyzes the transformation of immediate experience of extreme                               and editing skills. Students generally take this course for more than
events like disasters, trauma, and war into literature.                                      one term to satisfy all requirements.
             ENG-199-01      213358 ONLINE                                                                ENL-119-01      212765 TBA            MWF       9-10:50AM
              GRAY                               $308         $26      $35         $369                    STAFF                                $462      $39      $0          $501
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: kateg@                          Required: Instructor consent.
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3260. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              ment in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                            ESL-010      ESL TUTORING (LITERACY), 0 CREDIT
                                                                                             Adult students meet one-on-one or in a small group with a tutor to
ENG-201      SHAKESPEARE, 4 CREDITS                                                          focus on specific learning needs. Sessions are held in various public
Study of significant plays and sonnets. Selected comedies, histories                         places throughout Clackamas County, such as libraries, schools,
and tragedies covered.                                                                       churches, and the college campuses and outreach sites. Tutors help
             ENG-201-01      213359 RR209        MW           12-1:50PM                      to set student goals and a plan of learning.
              MCALPINE                           $308         $26      $0          $334                   ESL-010-01      212774 CLSRM          TBA       TBA
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                              VERGUN                               $0        $0        $0             $0
              placement in WR-121.                                                                         Required: Instructor consent. Contact Andrea Vergun at 503-594-3880.
ENG-216      COMICS & LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS                                                  ESL-022      LIFE SKILLS 1 & 2, 0 CREDIT
Examines the intrinsic literary and artistic qualities of the comics, as                     Introduces the language necessary to function in day-to-day Ameri-
well as the literature and other art they have inspired.                                     can society at the beginning level; listening, speaking, reading, and
HYB          ENG-216-01      213361 B241B        T            1-2:50PM                       writing are taught in the contexts of work, family, and community.
              DODGE                              $308         $26      $0          $334                   ESL-022-01      212783 D105           MWF       9-10:50AM
              Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours. Contact: trevord@
                                                                                                           STAFF                                $0        $0       $40            $40
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3259. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent.
              ment in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                                                                                             ✔	           ESL-022-06      212784 TBA            MW        6-8:50PM
ENG-253      AMERICAN LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS                                                                STAFF                                $0        $0       $40            $40
Pre-colonial to nineteenth century. Surveys the development of                                             Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.
American fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama through the study                            ✔	           ESL-022-07      212785 TBA            TTH       6-8:50PM
of the works of both major and lesser-known writers.                                                       STAFF                                $0        $0       $40            $40
             ENG-253-01      213363 RR209        TTH          2-3:50PM                                     Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.
              DAVIS                              $308         $26      $0          $334      ESL-033      INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION, 0 CREDIT
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                Intermediate-level students study and practice speaking and listen-
              placement in WR-121.                                                           ing to improve their fluency in English for living and working situ-
ENG-280      ENGLISH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                       ations.
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                         ESL-033-01      212787 D104           TTH       10:30-11:50AM
English.                                                                                                   STAFF                                $0        $0        $20           $20
             ENG-280-01      213364 JOBSITE                                                                Required: Instructor consent.
              MOUNT                              $462         $39      $15        $516V      ✔	           ESL-033-06      212788 TBA            TTH       6-7:20PM
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                                STAFF                                $0        $0       $20            $20
                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.

English as a Second Language                                                                 ESL-034      UPPER INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                             Upper intermediate level students study and practice speaking and
All new students attending classes at CCC campus or Harmony/OIT campus                       listening to improve their fluency in English for living and working
must enroll in ESL-012-01 or ESL-012-06. Call 503-594-3234 for campus                        situations. Emphasis will be on developing conversational skills as
appointment and 503-594-0638 for Harmony/OIT appointment.                                    needed for success in meeting personal, educational, family, and
                                                                                             workplace goals.
Todos los estudiantes de nuevo ingreso que asisten a clases en CCC en
                                                                                                          ESL-034-01      212789 D105           TTH       10:30-11:50AM
Oregon City o Harmony/OIT en Milwaukie, deberán inscribirse en la clase
                                                                                                           STAFF                                $0        $0        $20           $20
ESL-012-01 o ESL-012-06. Llame al 503-594-3234 si quiere ir al campus                                      Required: Instructor consent.
en Oregon City, o al 503-594-0638 si quiere ir al campus de Harmony/OIT
                                                                                             ✔	           ESL-034-06      212790 TBA            TTH       6-7:20PM
en Milwaukie.                                                                                              STAFF                                $0        $0       $20            $20
CIV-007      CITIZENSHIP PREPARATION, 0 CREDIT                                                             Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.
Prepares students to pass the oral exam for U.S. citizenship. Students                       ESL-040      BEGINNING GRAMMAR, 0 CREDIT
study U.S. history, government, citizens’ rights and responsibilities,                       Presentation and practice present simple tense of the verb ‘to be,’
and U.S. symbols independently or in small groups, taking quizzes                            nouns, descriptive/possessive adjectives, prepositions of place and
after completing separate modules.                                                           time, and simple sentence structures in written and spoken English.
             CIV-007-01      212763 CLSRM        TBA          TBA                                         ESL-040-01      212792 S133           MW        11:30-12:50PM
              VERGUN                             $0           $0       $20           $20                   STAFF                                $0        $0        $20           $20
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact Andrea Vergun at 503-594-3880.                         Required: Instructor consent.
                                                                                             ✔	           ESL-040-06      212793 TBA            MW        7:30-8:50PM
                                                                                                           STAFF                                $0        $0        $20           $20
                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.


                                                                                                                                                                       Continued

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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                         Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee       Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee       Crs. Fee   Total


                 English as a Second Language, continued                                                  ESL-050      UPPER BEGINNING READING & WRITING, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                          For upper-beginning level ESL students who read and write at the
Course Listing




                 ESL-041      UPPER BEGINNING GRAMMAR, 0 CREDIT                                           sentence level. Students read short texts in order to improve reading
                 This class will present and practice verb tenses (present simple, past                   skills, write a variety of sentences and put related sentences in para-
                 simple, and present progressive), indefinite articles, and nouns in                      graph form.
                 written and spoken English.                                                                           ESL-050-01      213673 S133         MWF       9-10:50AM
                              ESL-041-01      212795 D105          MW         11:30-12:50PM                             STAFF                              $0        $0       $40         $40
                               STAFF                               $0         $0        $20       $20                   Required: Instructor consent.
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                              ✔	           ESL-050-06      213700 TBA          MW        6-8:50PM
                                                                                                                        STAFF                              $0        $0       $40         $40
                 ✔	           ESL-041-06      212796 TBA           TTH        7:30-8:50PM                               Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.
                               FRANZONI                            $0         $0        $20       $20
                               Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.                 ESL-053      INTERMEDIATE READING & WRITING, 0 CREDIT
                 ESL-042      INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR A, 0 CREDIT                                            This course is designed for the intermediate-level ESL student who
                 This course is Part A of a two-part series of classes designed to pres-                  is ready to begin writing at the paragraph level. The major purpose
                 ent and practice the formation and use of the simple present and                         of the course is to improve the student’s reading and writing skills
                 present progressive with a focus on non-action verbs and extended                        as needed for more advanced ESL and college courses, in the work-
                 time, past simple, past progressive, used to, the future, and wh-ques-                   place, and in everyday life.
                 tions in written and spoken English.                                                                  ESL-053-01      212805 D104         MWF       9-10:50AM
                              ESL-042-01      212798 D104          MW         11:30-12:50PM                             STAFF                              $0        $0       $40         $40
                               STAFF                               $0         $0        $20       $20                   Required: Instructor consent.
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                              ✔	           ESL-053-06      212806 TBA          MW        6-8:50PM
                                                                                                                        STAFF                              $0        $0       $40         $40
                 ✔	           ESL-042-06      212799 TBA           TTH        7:30-8:50PM                               Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.
                               STAFF                               $0         $0        $20       $20
                               Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.                 ESL-054      UPPER INTERMEDIATE READING & WRITING, 0 CREDIT
                 ESL-044      UPPER INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR A, 0 CREDIT                                      Upper-intermediate students will practice reading and writing skills
                 Part A of a two-part series of classes designed to help upper-inter-                     needed to succeed in college, the workplace, and everyday life. In-
                 mediate ESL students gain knowledge and proficiency in the use of                        troduction to multiple paragraph essays.
                 verb forms that frequently occur together, gerunds, infinitives, and                                  ESL-054-01      212807 S136         MWF       9-10:50AM
                 causative verbs.                                                                                       STAFF                              $0        $0       $40         $40
                              ESL-044-01      212801 S136          MW         11:30-12:50PM                             Required: Instructor consent.
                               STAFF                               $0         $0        $20       $20     ✔	           ESL-054-06      212808 TBA          MW        6-8:50PM
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                                            STAFF                              $0        $0       $40         $40
                                                                                                                        Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.
                 ✔	           ESL-044-06      212802 TBA           TTH        7:30-8:50PM
                               STAFF                               $0         $0        $20       $20     ESL-055      ADVANCED READING & WRITING, 0 CREDIT
                               Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.                 Advanced-level students will practice academic reading, writing, and
                 ESL-046      ADVANCED GRAMMAR A, 0 CREDIT                                                editing skills. Students generally take this course for more than one
                 Part A of a two-part series. Presentation and practice of adverb claus-                  term in order to satisfy all requirements.
                 es, connectors, reported speech, ‘it’ in subject position, and noun                                   ESL-055-01      212809 TBA          MWF       9-10:50AM
                 clauses in written and spoken English.                                                                 STAFF                              $0        $0       $40         $40
                              ESL-046-01      213671 TBA           MW         11:30-12:50PM                             Required: Instructor consent.
                               STAFF                               $0         $0        $20       $20     ESL-060 PRONUNCIATION A, 0 CREDIT
                               Required: Instructor consent. Corequisite: ESL-070.                        For intermediate or higher-level ESL students who want to sound
                 ✔            ESL-046-06      213950 TBA           TTH        7:30-8:50PM                 more natural when speaking English. Focuses on increasing aware-
                               STAFF                               $0         $0        $20       $20     ness of the sounds of American English, improving intelligibility,
                               Required: Instructor consent. Corequisite: ESL-070. At Harmony             and producing speech more fluently.
                               Community Campus.                                                                       ESL-060-06      213952 TBA          TTH       6-7:20PM
                 ESL-049      BEGINNING READING & WRITING, 0 CREDIT                                                     STAFF                              $0        $0       $20         $20
                 This course is designed to teach beginning-level students who have                                     Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.
                 limited knowledge of written English. Students will practice alpha-                      ESL-070      COMPUTER LAB, 0 CREDIT
                 bet recognition, read and write short sentences, study new vocabu-                       Provides opportunities to improve English language skills by using
                 lary, read short paragraphs, and gain reading and scanning skills to                     language learning software.
                 use in everyday life and in the workplace.                                                            ESL-070-01      212813 D130         TBA       TBA
                              ESL-049-01      213672 S136          TTH        9-10:20AM                                 STAFF                              $0        $0        $0             $0
                               STAFF                               $0         $0       $20        $20                   Required: Instructor consent.
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                              ✔	           ESL-070-06      212814 H190         TTH       TBA
                 ✔	           ESL-049-06      213699 TBA           MW         6-7:20PM                                  STAFF                              $0        $0        $0             $0
                               STAFF                               $0         $0       $20        $20                   Meets: 6-8:50pm. Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community
                               Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.                               Campus.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact          V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class               cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                      NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            38   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                   Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room   Day       Time
              Instructor                           Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                       Tuition   Fee     Crs. Fee      Total


ESL-071      ESL SKILLS LAB, 0 CREDIT                                                        PIE-042      INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR A, 3 CREDITS
Provides opportunities to improve English language skills by using                           This course is Part A of a two-part series of classes designed to pres-




                                                                                                                                                                                    Course Listing
language learning software.                                                                  ent and practice the formation and use of the simple present and
✔	           ESL-071-11      212815 CATC723 MW               5:30-6:00PM                     present progressive with a focus on non-action verbs and extended
              STAFF                         $0               $0        $0             $0     time, past simple, past progressive, used to, the future, and wh-ques-
              Required: Instructor consent. At Canby Applied Technology Center.              tions in written and spoken English.
✔	           ESL-071-41      212816 CLS1           TTH       5:30-6:00PM                                  PIE-042-01      212823 D104       MW        11:30-12:50PM
              STAFF                                $0        $0        $0             $0                   STAFF                            $231      $19.50    $0  $250.50
              Required: Instructor consent. At Molalla Outreach Center.                                    Required: Instructor consent.
ESL-076      MULTILEVEL ESL, 0 CREDIT                                                        PIE-044      UPPER INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR A, 3 CREDITS
This course introduces the language necessary to function in day-to-                         Part A of a two-part series of classes designed to help upper-inter-
day American society at multiple levels. Speaking, listening, gram-                          mediate ESL students gain knowledge and proficiency in the use of
mar, reading and writing are taught in the contexts of work, family                          verb forms that frequently occur together, gerunds, infinitives, and
and community.                                                                               causative verbs.
✔	           ESL-076-11      213991 CATC706 MW               6-8:50PM                                     PIE-044-01      212824 S136       MW        11:30-12:50PM
              CULLEY                        $0               $0       $20            $20
              Required: Instructor consent. At Canby Applied Technology Center.                            STAFF                            $231      $19.50    $0  $250.50
                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent.
✔	           ESL-076-41      213992 CLS2           TTH       6-8:50PM
              MEIER                                $0        $0       $20            $20     PIE-050      UPPER BEG READING & WRITING, 0 CREDIT
              Required: Instructor consent. At Molalla Outreach Center.                      This course is designed to teach beginning-level students who have
ESL-082      SPELLING, 0 CREDIT                                                              limited knowledge of written English. Students will practice alpha-
Presents and provides opportunities to practice English spelling pat-                        bet recognition, read and write short sentences, study new vocabu-
terns and rules. Individualized instruction to address spelling chal-                        lary, read short paragraphs, and gain reading and scanning skills to
lenges.                                                                                      use in everyday life and in the workplace.
             ESL-082-01      213674 D105           TTH       9-10:20AM                                    PIE-050-01      213697 S133       MWF       9-10:50AM
              STAFF                                $0        $0       $25            $25                   STAFF                            $0        $0       $1407      $1407
                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent.
              Required: Instructor consent.
ESL-083 VOCABULARY BUILDING A, 0 CREDIT                                                      PIE-053      INTERMEDIATE READING/WRITING, 6 CREDITS
Develops upper-intermediate to advanced-level students’ vocabulary                           This course is designed for the intermediate-level ESL student who
range and vocabulary acquisition skills.                                                     is ready to begin writing at the paragraph level. The major purpose
                                                                                             of the course is to improve the student’s reading and writing skills
✔            ESL-083-06      213953 TBA            TTH       6-7:20PM                        as needed for more advanced ESL and college courses, in the work-
              STAFF                                $0        $0       $20            $20
              Required: Instructor consent. At Harmony Community Campus.                     place, and in everyday life.
                                                                                                          PIE-053-01      212825 D104       MWF       9-10:50AM
ESL-087      EDITING FOR BETTER WRITING, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                           STAFF                            $462      $39      $0          $501
In this course, upper-intermediate and higher-level ESL students will                                      Required: Instructor consent.
improve their writing through editing. They will also engage in ex-
tended reading to provide a context for writing.                                             PIE-054      UPPER INTERMEDIATE READ/WRITE, 6 CREDITS
             ESL-087-01      213951 TBA            MWF       9-10:50AM                       Upper-intermediate students will practice reading and writing skills
              STAFF                                $0        $0       $40            $40     needed to succeed in college, the workplace, and everyday life. In-
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                  troduction to multiple paragraph essays.
                                                                                                          PIE-054-01      212826 S136       MWF       9-10:50AM
                                                                                                           STAFF                            $462      $39      $0          $501
PIE-011      PIE TUTORING, 0 CREDIT                                                                        Required: Instructor consent.
Designed for the Program for Intensive English student who needs
one-on-one instruction in conversation, pronunciation, reading,                              PIE-070      COMPUTER LAB, 0 CREDIT
grammar, writing, or GED preparation.                                                        Provides opportunities to improve English language skills by using
             PIE-011-01      212819 CLSRM          TBA       TBA                             language learning software.
              STAFF                                $0        $0  $703.50          $703.50                 PIE-070-01      212828 D130       TBA       TBA
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                                STAFF                            $0        $0      $0             $0
                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent.
PIE-033      INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION, 3 CREDITS
Intermediate-level students study and practice speaking and listen-                          PIE-080      TOEFL/TOEIC PREPARATION, 0 CREDIT
ing to improve their fluency in English for living and working situ-                         Prepares students for the Test of English as a Foreign Language
ations.                                                                                      (TOEFL) and the Test of English for International Communication
             PIE-033-01      212820 D104           TTH       10:30-11:50AM                   (TOEIC) by improving listening, grammar, reading and writing
              STAFF                                $231      $19.50    $0  $250.50           skills. Includes familiarization with test components, test-taking
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                  techniques, strategies and computer skills.
                                                                                                          PIE-080-01      212829 D150       TBA       TBA
PIE-034      UPPER INTERMED CONVERSATION, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                           STAFF                            $0        $0  $703.50        $703.50
Upper-intermediate level students practice speaking and listening to                                       Required: Instructor consent.
improve their fluency in English for living and working situations.
Emphasis will be on developing conversational skills as needed for                           PIE-082      SPELLING, 3 CREDITS
success in meeting personal, educational, family, and workplace                              This course will present and provide opportunities to practice Eng-
goals.                                                                                       lish spelling patterns and rules and individualize instruction to ad-
             PIE-034-01      212821 D105           TTH       10:30-11:50AM                   dress spelling challenges.
              STAFF                                $231      $19.50    $0  $250.50                        PIE-082-01      213696 D105       TTH       9-10:20AM
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                                STAFF                            $231      $19.50   $0        $250.50
                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent.




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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time
                               Instructor                            Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                            Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total


                 English as a Second Language, continued                                                       HDF-132      SELF-CARE FAMILY DEVELOPMENT WORKERS, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                               Designed to assist participants in developing or clarifying their own
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                 PIE-087      EDITING FOR BETTER WRITING, 6 CREDITS                                            personal vision for their work, as it related to family development.
                 In this course, upper-intermediate and higher-level ESL students will                         Topics covered include: balancing work and family life, completing
                 improve their writing through editing. They will also engage in ex-                           a Family Assessment and stress reduction and wellness issues.
                 tended reading to provide a context for writing.                                                           HDF-132-01      212282 ONLINE
                              PIE-087-01      213698 TBA             MWF       9-10:50AM                                     STAFF                                 $77       $6.50       $45    $128.50
                               STAFF                                 $462      $39      $0            $501                   Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                                   HDF-225      PRENATAL, INFANT & TODDLER DEVELOPMENT,
                 PIE-090      THE CLACKAMAS EXPERIENCE!, 0 CREDIT                                                           3 CREDITS
                 Designed for international students entering Clackamas Community                              Explores the principles of child development, prenatal through
                 College for the first time. Students learn about college policies and                         three years of age. Emphasis will be placed on the physical, intel-
                 procedures, student rights and responsibilities, learning styles, possi-                      lectual, emotional and social growth and development of young
                 ble programs of study, matriculation procedures, and culture shock.                           children.
                              PIE-090-01      212830 D105            W         1-2:00PM                        HYB          HDF-225-01      212284 DJ225           F         4:30-7:50PM
                               STAFF                                 $0        $0       $0              $0                                         DJ225           F         4:30-7:50PM
                               Required: Instructor consent.                                                                                       DJ225           F         4:30-7:50PM
                                                                                                                             CARRILLO                              $231      $19.50    $0       $250.50
                                                                                                                             Hybrid. Meets: 9/30, 10/28 & 12/2. Contact: lillianc@clackamas.edu
                 Environmental Safety & Health                                                                               or 503-594-3610.

                 ESH-100      ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS, 3 CREDITS                                             HDF-260      UNDERSTANDING CHILD ABUSE & NEGLECT, 3 CREDITS
                 An overview of environmental regulations as they pertain to indus-                            Overview of child abuse problems for students interested in child
                 try, agriculture, schools and the general public. Major points of envi-                       care education and/or human services. A look at causes of abuse,
                 ronmental law, federal and state regulatory statutes and regulations,                         abused child, abusive parents, role of teachers, areas of treatment,
                 and the agencies responsible for their enforcement. This course has                           education, resources that can assist children and parents.
                 been developed with the cooperation of DEQ.                                                                HDF-260-01      212286 ONLINE
                              ESH-100-01      212056 ONLINE                                                                  STAFF                                 $231      $19.50      $35    $285.50
                               LAUGLE                                $0        $0         $345        $345                   Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: toml@

                 ESH-101
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3066.
                              HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                               Fire Science (Wildland)
                                                                                                               FRP-101      BASIC FOREST MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS
                 DEQ authorized class. This class offers ways to reduce, identify,
                 store, and dispose of hazardous waste in Oregon. Certificate avail-                           A basic introduction to Oregon forest land management functions,
                 able from DEQ.                                                                                tools and processes related to forest stewardship. Students will gain
                                                                                                               knowledge of current forest management activities and practices, as
                              ESH-101-01      212057 ONLINE                                                    well as current forest policy and harvest laws.
                               LAUGLE                                $0        $0         $245        $245
                                                                                                                            FRP-101-01 213941 T118 TH     9-11:50AM
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: toml@
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3066.                                                                CLINE                 $0     $0       $310                             $310
                                                                                                               FRP-107      WILDLAND FIRE CAREER PORTFOLIO, 3 CREDITS

                 Family Studies                                                                                Create a job-marketing tool that integrates knowledge and skills re-
                                                                                                               lated to the wildland fire industry. Portfolio consists of resume, ref-
                 HDF-130      INTRODUCTION TO FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, 1 CREDIT                                     erence letters, work samples and other content that can be updated
                 Designed to introduce front-line family workers and family devel-                             according to need and opportunity. Meets the cooperative work
                 opment workers, who work in various community based child and                                 experience seminar requirement.
                 family support agencies, to the concept of a strength-based ap-                                            FRP-107-01      212059 T112            TBA       TBA
                 proach to family development. Participants will acquire knowledge                                           LAUGLE                                $0        $0          $310       $310
                 related to family development theory and have the opportunity to                                            Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu
                 apply that knowledge to assist and support the family unit across                                           or 503-594-3066.
                 the life span.                                                                                FRP-130      INTRO TO WILDLAND FIREFIGHTING (S-130/S-190),
                              HDF-130-01      212280 ONLINE                                                                 3 CREDITS
                               STAFF                                 $77       $6.50      $45       $128.50    NWCG S-130 & S-190 certified. Introduces students to wildland fire
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/                             behavior and the skills necessary to fight wildland fires under close
                 HDF-131      COMMUNICATION IN FAMILY DEVELOPMENT, 1 CREDIT                                    supervision. No firefighting experience required.
                 Designed to assist participants in strengthening their already present                                     FRP-130-01 212060 T118 T      9-11:50AM
                 communication skills: spoken and written (expressive), and listening                                        CRAWFORD              $0     $0       $310    $310
                 and reading (receptive), and to acquire new skills to become profi-                           FRP-131      ADVANCED FIREFIGHTER TRAINING (S-131), 1 CREDIT
                 cient family development communicators. Particular emphasis will                              NWCG S-131 and S-133 certified. For firefighters who wish to be-
                 be placed on the understanding and use of nonverbal body language                             come qualified in the first level of supervision, Advanced Firefighter/
                 (tone, gestures, facial expressions, etc.), understanding the role of                         Squad Boss, being a first responder to initial fire attack. As a portion
                 empathy in communication, promoting cooperative solutions and                                 of this course, S-133C (Look Up, Look Down, Look All Around) ma-
                 working with language barriers or low levels of literacy.                                     terial is covered.
                              HDF-131-01      212281 ONLINE                                                                 FRP-131-01 212062 T118                 F         6-8:50PM
                               STAFF                                 $77       $6.50      $45       $128.50                                   T118                 S         8-4:50PM
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/                                           CRAWFORD/LOGAN                        $0        $0       $160          $160
                                                                                                                             Meets: 10/21 & 10/22. Prerequisite: Pass FRP-130 (S-130).


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact               V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                    cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                           NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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                                                                                                                                                       Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room         Day       Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                             Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee      Total


FRP-180      WILDLAND FIRE/CWE, 3 CREDITS
Work-based learning experience in a wildland firefighting capacity                         Food & Nutrition




                                                                                                                                                                                             Course Listing
meeting requirements as set forth in the wildland firefighting task                        FN-110       PERSONAL NUTRITION, 3 CREDITS
book.                                                                                      How nutrition affects health and fitness for the individual and the
             FRP-180-01      212063 JOBSITE                                                family. Analysis of present diet and methods to improve food prepa-
              LAUGLE                              $0         $0         $265       $265    ration and habits. Basic nutrition course for students with little or
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu                    no science background.
              or 503-594-3066. Current enrollment in or successful completion of                        FN-110-01        213518 ONLINE
              FRP-107. Prerequisite: FRP-130.                                                            RICE                                   $231       $19.50       $60       $310.50
FRP-180      WILDLAND FIRE/CWE, 6 CREDITS                                                                Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: nuhar@
Work-based learning experience in a wildland firefighting capacity                                       clackamas.edu or 503-594-6005. Does not fulfill nursing requirements.
meeting requirements as set forth in the wildland firefighting task                                      At Harmony Community Campus.
book.                                                                                      FN-225       NUTRITION, 4 CREDITS
             FRP-180-02      212064 JOBSITE                                                The role of nutrients in the development and maintenance of a
              LAUGLE                              $0         $0         $530       $530    healthy body. Students utilize computer aided analysis of own diet
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu                    for nutritional adequacy. Examines current nutrition controversies.
              or 503-594-3066. Current enrollment in or successful completion of           ✔	           FN-225-01        213519 OIT157          MW         9-10:50AM
              FRP-107. Prerequisite: FRP-130.                                                            CORPRON                                $308       $26      $25             $359
FRP-211      PORTABLE PUMPS AND WATER USE (S-211), 1 CREDIT                                              Recommended: Strong background in life sciences. This class fulfills the
NWCG S-211 certified. Practical use and maintenance of portable                                          nutrition requirement for most nursing programs. At Harmony Community
pumps and accessories used in wildland fire suppression.                                                 Campus.
             FRP-211-01      212065 T122          TH         9-11:50AM                                  FN-225-02        213520 ONLINE
                                    T122          TH         9-12:50PM                                   RICE                                   $308       $26          $60         $394
              CRAWFORD                            $0         $0       $160         $160                  Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: nuhar@
              Meets: 9/29, 10/6, 10/13, 10/20 & 10/27.                                                   clackamas.edu or 503-594-6005. Recommended: Strong background in
                                                                                                         life sciences. This class fulfills the nutrition requirement for most nursing
FRP-212      WILDFIRE POWER SAWS S-212, 2 CREDITS                                                        programs. At Harmony Community Campus.
NWCG S-212 certified. Learn techniques and mechanics of power                                           FN-225-03        213521 ONLINE
saws that meet the functional requirements of a power saw operator                                       RICE                                   $308       $26          $60         $394
on a wildland fire incident.                                                                             Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: nuhar@
             FRP-212-01 212066 T118               TH         9-11:50AM                                   clackamas.edu or 503-594-6005. Recommended: Strong background in
                               T118               S          8-4:50PM                                    life sciences. This class fulfills the nutrition requirement for most nursing
              CRAWFORD/LOGAN/LAUGLE               $0         $0       $197         $197                  programs. At Harmony Community Campus.
              Meets: 11/3, 11/10, 11/17, 12/1, & 12/3.
FRP-243      SURVIVOR I: MAPS, COMPASS, GPS, 2 CREDITS
Use maps, compass, grid locations, land descriptions, topography,
                                                                                           Foreign Language
distance, directions, and Global Positioning Systems (GPS).                                ASL-101      AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                           First term of a three-term introductory course. Everyday communi-
             FRP-243-01      212067 T124          T          1:30-3:20PM
                                                                                           cation is the centerpiece of each lesson. Topics revolve around shar-
              LAUGLE                              $0         $0        $197        $197    ing information about ourselves and our environment. Grammar
              Survivor classes do not need to be taken in sequence.
                                                                                           is introduced in context, with an emphasis on developing question
FRP-244      SURVIVOR II: WILDERNESS, 2 CREDITS                                            and answering skills. Strategies are presented to help the student
Be prepared to survive in the wilderness: the psychology of surviv-                        maintain a conversation.
ing and what to do when things go wrong. The USAF Search & Res-                                         ASL-101-01       213622 B239            TTH        1-2:50PM
cue Survival Manual is the text.                                                                         JAUSSI                                 $308       $26      $10             $344
             FRP-244-01      212068 T124          W          1:30-3:20PM                                 Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              LAUGLE                              $0         $0        $197        $197                  placement in WR-121.
              Survivor classes do not need to be taken in sequence.                                     ASL-101-02       213623 B239            MW         5:30-7:20PM
FRP-247      SURVIVOR V: DANGEROUS ANIMALS, 2 CREDITS                                                    JAUSSI                                 $308       $26       $10            $344
                                                                                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
Focuses on Northwest animals’ and insects’ habits, habitats, how
                                                                                                         placement in WR-121.
to prevent and avoid conflict with them and what to do if you’re
attacked. First-hand accounts, stories, CDC statistics and recommen-                       ASL-201      AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I, 4 CREDITS
dations will be included.                                                                  Continues work of American Sign Lanugage by reviewing, expand-
             FRP-247-01      212070 T124          W          10-11:50AM                    ing, and perfecting expressive skill, structure, and vocabulary for the
              LAUGLE                              $0         $0       $197         $197    purpose of active communication. Emphasizes active communica-
              Survivor classes do not need to be taken in sequence.                        tion in sign language.
                                                                                                        ASL-201-01       213633 B239            TTH        4-5:50PM
FRP-280      WILDLAND FIRE/ADVANCED CWE, 3 CREDITS
Work-based learning experience in a wildland firefighting capacity                                       JAUSSI                                 $308       $26      $10             $344
                                                                                                         Prerequisite: Pass ASL-103 or instructor consent.
meeting requirements as set forth in the wildland firefighting task
book.                                                                                      FR-101       FIRST-YEAR FRENCH I, 4 CREDITS
             FRP-280-01      212071 JOBSITE                                                The first year of academic French is designed to give the student a
              LAUGLE                              $0         $0         $265       $265    fundamental knowledge of pronunciation and intonation, structure
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu                    and syntax as well as comprehension skills sufficient for basic com-
              or 503-594-3066. Prerequisites: Pass FRP-180 and FRP-131.                    municative proficiency in the language.
FRP-280      WILDLAND FIRE/ADVANCED CWE, 6 CREDITS                                                      FR-101-01        213634 B237            TTH        1-2:50PM
Work-based learning experience in a wildland firefighting capacity                                       CROPSEY                                $308       $26      $10             $344
meeting requirements as set forth in the wildland firefighting task                                      Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                                                                                                         placement in WR-121.
book.
             FRP-280-02      212072 JOBSITE
              LAUGLE                              $0         $0         $530       $530
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: toml@clackamas.edu
              or 503-594-3066. Prerequisites: Pass FRP-180 and FRP-131.                                                                                                   Continued

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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee      Total                 Instructor                           Tuition    Fee        Crs. Fee    Total


                 Foreign Language, continued                                                                                SPN-101-05 213657 B237                TTH        6-7:50PM
                                                                                                                             JUNQUERA-SANTANA                     $308       $26      $10           $344
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                                                                                                                             Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                 FR-201       SECOND-YEAR FRENCH I, 4 CREDITS                                                                placement in WR-121.
                 The second year of academic French expands on first-year French in
                 the review of grammar and in the cultural reading material. Com-                              SPN-201      SECOND-YEAR SPANISH I, 4 CREDITS
                 munication skills are emphasized stressing oral proficiency.                                  First of a three-term intermediate, multimedia course. Concentra-
                              FR-201-01       213635 B237           TTH       10-11:50AM                       tion is on speaking, listening comprehension, reading and writing.
                               CROPSEY                              $308      $26      $10             $344    Explores cultural differences among Spanish-speaking countries and
                               Prerequisite: Pass FR-103 or instructor consent.                                between the latter and European-American culture.
                                                                                                                            SPN-201-01      213660 B237           TTH        8-9:50AM
                 FR-211       INTERMEDIATE FRENCH CONV., 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                                             BJERRE                               $308       $26      $10           $344
                 A course in intermediate conversational French which will be of-                                            Prerequisite: Pass SPN-103 or instructor consent.
                 fered concurrently with FR-201. Students will be required to attend
                 the firest three-quarters of the time allotted to FR-201. The major                                        SPN-201-02      213661 B237           MW         1-2:50PM
                 topics and level of difficulty will correspond to FR-201. The course                                        BJERRE                               $308       $26      $10           $344
                 is intended to develop speaking and listening proficiency through                                           Prerequisite: Pass SPN-103 or instructor consent.
                 film, radio, presentation, games, and interviews with classmates.                                          SPN-201-03 213663 B237                MW         6-7:50PM
                                                                                                                             JUNQUERA-SANTANA                     $308       $26      $10           $344
                              FR-211-01       213636 B237           TTH       10-11:20AM                                     Prerequisite: Pass SPN-103 or instructor consent.
                               CROPSEY                              $231      $19.50   $10      $260.50
                               Required: Current enrollment in or successful completion of FR-201 or           SPN-211      INTERMEDIATE SPANISH CONV., 3 CREDITS
                               instructor consent.                                                                          SPN-211-01 213665 B238 MW      11-12:20PM
                                                                                                                             JUNQUERA-SANTANA      $231    $19.50   $10                        $260.50
                 GER-101      FIRST-YEAR GERMAN I, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                                             Prerequisite: Pass SPN-203 or instructor consent.
                 Introduction to sound system and basic structural patterns of Ger-
                 man. Emphasis on the skills of listening comprehension, speaking,                             SPN-280      SPANISH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                 reading, writing, and cultural similarities and differences.                                  Cooperative work experience. Offers variable credit to students using
                 HYB          GER-101-01      213637 B238           W         1-1:50PM                         Spanish on-the-job.
                               MILLER                               $308      $26      $10             $344                 SPN-280-01      213667 JOBSITE
                               Hybrid. Meets every Wednesday plus online hours. Contact: millerd@                            MILLER                               $462       $39        $15        $516V
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3247. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                             Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                               ment in RD-115, pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                 GER-201      SECOND-YEAR GERMAN I, 4 CREDITS
                 Review and expansion of basic language skills through discussion,
                                                                                                               General Education Development (GED)
                 reading, and writing of varied contemporary topics from the Ger-                              GED Classes offered Days and Evenings in the Dye Learning Center,
                 man language and cultural area.                                                               D-133.
                              GER-201-01      213638 B238           MW        1-2:50PM                         Individual schedules are arranged and students register by ap-
                               MILLER                               $308      $26      $10             $344    pointment only. Fees are determined at orientation. For additional
                               Prerequisite: Pass GER-103 or instructor consent.                               information about scheduling, registration, high school referral, or
                                                                                                               release from compulsory attendance, please call 503-594-3395.
                 SPN-101      FIRST-YEAR SPANISH I, 4 CREDITS
                 First term of a three-term foundational, multimedia course for                                   GED Days/Dye Learning Center:
                 beginners. Initial emphasis is on speakiing and listening compre-                                D-133, M-TH, 8:30-11:30AM, 12:30-3:30PM
                 hension, with secondary emphasis on reading and writing. Various
                 cultural themes are presented.                                                                   ABE/GED Days/Harmony Campus: OIT-170, M-TH, 8:30AM-
                                                                                                                  11:30AM
                              SPN-101-01      213653 B237           MW        9-10:50AM
                               MILLER                               $308      $26      $10             $344       GED Evenings/Dye Learning Center: D-133, M/W, 5-7:50PM
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                               placement in WR-121.                                                               Other youth programs include:
                              SPN-101-07      213659 B238           MW        9-10:50AM                           Young Parent Opportunity Program: 503-594-3027
                               BJERRE                               $308      $26      $10             $344    GED-011      GED EN ESPANOL, 0 CREDIT
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                 Instrucción del desarrollo de habilidades básicas ofrecida en español.
                               placement in WR-121.                                                            El examen de diagnóstico determina las necesidades académicas
                              SPN-101-04      213656 B238           TTH       10-11:50AM                       del alumno. Entrada y salida de la clase todo el tiempo. Se requiere
                               BARNHILL                             $308      $26      $10             $344    el consentimiento del Instructor para registrarse. Para mayor infor-
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                 mación contactar a Camilo Sánchez al 503-594-3029.
                               placement in WR-121.                                                            Basic academic skill development instruction offered in Spanish.
                              SPN-101-06      213658 B239           TTH       10-11:50AM                       Diagnostic tests determine individual academic needs. Open-entry,
                               MILLER                               $308      $26      $10             $344    open-exit class. Required: Instructor consent. For more information
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                 contact Camilo Sánchez at 503-594-3029.
                               placement in WR-121.                                                            ESPAñOL      GED-011-01 213147 D129                MW         6-8:50PM
                              SPN-101-02      213654 B238           TTH       1-2:50PM                                       ARISTIZABAL                          $0         $0       $50            $50
                               BJERRE                               $308      $26      $10             $344                  Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Adriana Aristizabal at 503-594-3916.
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                 ✔	ESPAñOL	 GED-011-02        213148 CLSRM          MW         6-8:50PM
                               placement in WR-121.                                                                        SANCHEZ                                $0         $0       $50            $50
                              SPN-101-03 213655 M258                MW        1-2:50PM                                       Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Camilo Sanchez at 503-594-3029.
                               JUNQUERA-SANTANA                     $308      $26      $10             $344                  At Gladstone Center for Children & Families, 18905 Portland Avenue,
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                               Gladstone.
                               placement in WR-121.

                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville           Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact               V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus         10.                            department first class                    cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                       location                      HYB Classroom/online course -                                           NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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                                                                                                                                                      Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
              Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee      Total


GED 049      LATINO GED Y HABILIDADES PARA LA VIDA, 0 CREDIT
             (LATINO GED & LIFE SKILLS)                                                      Geography




                                                                                                                                                                                          Course Listing
Desarrollo de habilidades académicas básicas, ofrecida en español                            GEO-121      REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY OF THE DEVELOPING WORLD,
con énfasis en los requerimientos para presentar el test del GED para                                     4 CREDITS
obtener el certificado equivalente a la High School. También se en-                          Provides students with the fundamental knowledge of the cultural
foca en habilidades básicas de la vida, metas personales e interés de                        and physical geography of developing world regions including Mid-
carreras. Se requiere el consentimiento del Instructor para registrarse.                     dle America, South America, SW Asia and North Africa, Sub-Saharan
Para mayor información contactar a Camilo Sánchez al 503-594-                                Africa, South Asia, Southeast Asia, East Asia and the Pacific world.
3029.                                                                                                     GEO-121-01      213684 M249          F         8-11:50AM
Offered in Spanish. Basic academic skill development with empha-                                           FOSTER                              $308      $26      $0             $334
sis on requirements to take the GED test to obtain a high school                                           Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
equivalency certificate. Also focuses on basic life skills, personal and
career goals and interests. Required: Instructor consent. For more
information contact Camilo Sánchez at 503-594-3029.                                          Gerontology
✔	ESPAñOL	 GED-049-04        213157 OIT170         S         9-11:50AM                       GRN-181      ISSUES IN AGING, 3 CREDITS
            SANCHEZ                                $0        $0       $30             $30    Provides an introduction to gerontology including the history of
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Camilo Sanchez at 503-594-3029.         aging and current issues. Covers: myths, stereotypes, economic and
              At Harmony Community Campus.                                                   political aspects, demographics, and service availability for aging
✔	ESPAñOL	 GED-049-02 213155 CATC719 TTH                     6-8:50PM                        populations. Explores careers within the field.
            ARISTIZABAL              $0                      $0       $50             $50                 GRN-181-01 212760 C136 MW    1-2:20PM
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Adriana Aristizabal at 503-594-3916.
              At Canby Applied Technology Center.                                                          SMITH                 $231  $19.50   $0                             $250.50
✔	ESPAñOL	 GED-049-03        213156 CLSRM          TTH       6-8:50PM                        GRN-280      GERONTOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
            SANCHEZ                                $0        $0       $50             $50    Work-based experience to acquaint gerontology students with the
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Camilo Sanchez at 503-594-3029.         roles and related activities of organizations serving the elderly. This
              At Lot Whitcomb Elementary School - Milwaukie.                                 course provides an opportunity to apply theories and techniques
                                                                                             learned in the classroom.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)                                                                      GRN-280-01
                                                                                                           SMITH
                                                                                                                          212761 JOBSITE
                                                                                                                                               $462      $39         $15        $516V
All degree seeking students should arrange to speak to a faculty advisor                                   Required: Instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu
prior to registering. Call 503-594-3318 for more information, or contact the                               or 503-594-3207. Current enrollment in or successful completion of
Student Success Center, 503-594-3475.                                                                      HS-170.


                                                                                             Health
GIS-201      INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEM,
             3 CREDITS
Provides key GIS concepts, methodologies, and techniques. Empha-                             HE-151       BODY & DRUGS I, 3 CREDITS
sis is on developing an understanding of GIS applications, technical                         The first of a two-course sequence, this course examines the history
GIS concepts, terminology, methodology and problem solving tech-                             of legal and illegal drug use, drug classification, the physiological
niques.                                                                                      and psychological impact on body; and treatment modalities for
             GIS-201-01 212327 B274 TTH   4-6:50PM                                           drug abuse/addiction. This class also will review the stimulant group
              KOTZE                 $231  $19.50   $90 $340.50                               of drugs.
GIS-236      VISUAL BASIC PROGRAMMING FOR GIS, 1 CREDIT                                                   HE-151-01 210021 R201  MWF    10-10:50AM
An introduction to Object Oriented Programming and Visual Basic                                            PANTAGES              $231   $19.50   $0                            $250.50
for Application (VBA) programming for ArcGIS. Basics of VBA and
ArcObjects are explained so students can create VBA macros to cus-                           HE-204       NUTRITION & WEIGHT CONTROL, 3 CREDITS
tomize the ArcGIS environment.                                                               Methods of maintaining or improving fitness by considering diets
                                                                                             and dieting, obesity, types of exercise, physical testing, cardio-vascu-
             GIS-236-01      212328 B274           M         4-5:50PM                        lar fitness and nutritional concepts.
              KOTZE                                $77       $6.50    $90       $173.50
              Prerequisite: MFG-109 or equivalent computer competency.                                    HE-204-02       210023 R201          MWF       1-1:50PM
                                                                                                           BUEL                                $231      $19.50   $0           $250.50
GIS-255      INTRO TO ARCGIS 1 - VERSION 9, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                          HE-204-01       210022 ONLINE
Covers fundamental GIS concepts as well as how to query a GIS
database, manipulate tabular data, edit spatial and attribute data                                         BUEL                                $231      $19.50      $35       $285.50
                                                                                                           Online. Meets: 11/21-12/12. Contact: jessicab@clackamas.edu
clearly and efficiently using maps and charts.                                                             or 503-594-3602. Order textbook, “Total Fitness” by Dodd & Powers from
             GIS-255-01      212329 B274           FS        8-4:50PM                                      CCC Bookstore at 503-594-6500.
              KOTZE                                $0        $0       $160           $160                 HE-204-03       210024 ONLINE
              Meets: 10/7 & 10/8.
                                                                                                           BUEL                                $231      $19.50      $35       $285.50
GIS-280      GIS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                         Online. Contact: jessicab@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3602. Order textbook,
Cooperative Work Experience (co-op) is a process of education that                                         “Total Fitness” by Dodd & Powers from Clackamas Bookstore at
integrates a student’s classroom work with experience obtained                                             503-594-6500.
through a cooperating employer.                                                              HE-249       MENTAL HEALTH, 3 CREDITS
             GIS-280-01      212330 JOBSITE                                                  Examines factors which influence emotional and mental well-being.
              KOTZE                                $462      $39         $15        $516V    Emphasis on handling day-to-day situations in a positive, healthful
              Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar.                                manner.
                                                                                                          HE-249-01       210027 R201          MWF       9-9:50AM
                                                                                                           PANTAGES                            $231      $19.50   $0           $250.50




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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time                                       Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition     Fee       Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


                 Health, continued
                                                                                                             Healthcare Professional Development
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                 HE-250       PERSONAL HEALTH, 3 CREDITS                                                     HPD-009      CPR-INITIAL, 0.6 CEU
                 Explores the interaction of health and the quality of life. Includes                        American Heart Association (AHA) Heathcare Provider CPR class. For
                 emotional behavior,drugs, disease, nutrition, human sexuality, car-                         initial training of AHA Healthcare Provider CPR card.
                 diovascular functioning, and medical care.                                                  ✔	           HPD-009-10 211626 H335               S          9-3:20PM
                              HE-250-01       210028 R201          MWF         12-12:50PM                                  SAWZAK/SAWZAK                       $0         $0       $75           $75
                               RHODEN                              $231        $19.50   $0      $250.50                    Meets: 10/1, with half hr lunch break provided. Required: Purchase and read
                              HE-250-04       210030 ONLINE                                                                text prior to class, “AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers.” May be purchased
                                                                                                                           through CCC Harmony Bookstore. See www.cccbooks.com for Bookstore
                               WOODS                               $231        $19.50   $35     $285.50
                                                                                                                           location and hours. At Harmony Community Campus.
                               Online. Meets: 11/21-12/12. Contact: woodsk@clackamas.edu
                               or 503-594-3277. Order textbook, “Health, The Basics” by Donatelle from       ✔	           HPD-009-11      211627 H335          S          9-3:20PM
                               Clackamas bookstore at 503-594-6500.                                                        SAWZAK                              $0         $0       $75           $75
                              HE-250-05       210031 ONLINE                                                                Meets: 11/5, with half hr lunch break provided. Required: Purchase and read
                                                                                                                           text prior to class, “AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers.” May be purchased
                               BUEL                                $231        $19.50   $35     $285.50
                                                                                                                           through CCC Harmony Bookstore. See www.cccbooks.com for Bookstore
                               Online. Contact: jessicab@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3602. Order textbook,
                                                                                                                           location and hours. At Harmony Community Campus.
                               “Health, The Basics” by Donatelle from Clackamas bookstore at
                               503-594-6500.                                                                 ✔	           HPD-009-12 211628 H335               S          9-3:20PM
                                                                                                                           SAWZAK/SAWZAK                       $0         $0       $75           $75
                 HE-252       FIRST AID/CPR, 3 CREDITS                                                                     Meets: 12/3, with half hr lunch break provided. Required: Purchase & read
                 Immediate and temporary care for injuries and sudden illness. Cov-                                        text prior to class, “AHA BLS for Healthcare Providers.” May be purchased
                 ers poisoning, control of bleeding, and proper methods of transpor-                                       through CCC Harmony Bookstore. See www.cccbooks.com for Bookstore
                 tation, splinting, and bandaging. Successful completion (“A” or “B”                                       location and hours. At Harmony Community Campus.
                 grade) of course leads to a Red Cross Responding to Emergencies,
                 First Aid and Community CPR Certification.
                              HE-252-01  210032 R201               TTH         9-10:20AM                     High School Diploma (AHSD)
                               ARIZO                               $231        $19.50   $20     $270.50      Instruction offered day and evening in the Dye Learning Center, D133.
                              HE-252-03  210034 R201               TH          6-8:50PM                      Individual schedules are arranged. Students must be 16 years old. Fees
                               SUNDQUIST                           $231        $19.50   $20     $270.50      determined at assessment. For more information about scheduling, registra-
                              HE-252-02  210033 ONLINE                                                       tion, high school referral or release from compulsory attendance, call
                               WOODS                               $231        $19.50   $55     $305.50      503-594-3395. Other youth programs include Young Parent Opportunity
                               Online. Exams on campus: 12/6. Contact: woodsk@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                             Program (pregnant & parenting teens), 503-594-3027.
                               or 503-594-3277. Order textbook, “First Aid-Responding to Emergencies”
                               by American Red Cross & CPR Skill Cards from Clackamas Bookstore at
                               503-594-6500.
                              HE-252-05       210035 ONLINE
                                                                                                             History
                               STAFF                               $231        $19.50   $55     $305.50      HST-101      HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION, 4 CREDITS
                               Online. Exams on campus: 12/6. Contact: dottyc@clackamas.edu or               Origins and development of western civilization from ancient times
                               503-594-3043. Order textbook, “First Aid-Responding to Emergencies”           to ca. 1300.
                               by American Red Cross & CPR Skill Cards from Clackamas Bookstore at                        HST-101-01 213555 M206               MW         9-10:50AM
                               503-594-6500.                                                                               MCFARLAND                           $308       $26      $0           $334
                 HE-255       BODY & ALCOHOL, 3 CREDITS                                                                    Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                 Covers alcohol as a drug, problem drinking, alcohol use and its ef-                                      HST-101-02 213556 ONLINE
                 fect on family, social and economic well-being and the rehabilita-                                        MCFARLAND                           $308       $26        $35        $369
                 tion process.                                                                                             Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Note: Proctored testing
                              HE-255-01 210036 R201   MWF                      11-11:50AM                                  required. Contact: patmc@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3411. Recommended:
                                                                                                                           Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                               PANTAGES               $231                     $19.50   $0      $250.50
                                                                                                                          HST-101-03 213557 ONLINE
                 HE-280       HEALTH/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                                                                                                                           MCFARLAND                           $308       $26        $35        $369
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                         Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Note: Proctored testing
                 health.                                                                                                   required. Contact: patmc@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3411. Recommended:
                              HE-280-01       210038 R101                                                                  Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                               WOODS                               $462        $39      $15         $516V
                                                                                                             HST-103      HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION, 4 CREDITS
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                                                                                                             Development of western civilization from the 19th century to the
                 HPE-295      HEALTH & FITNESS FOR LIFE, 3 CREDITS                                           present.
                 Explores interaction of physical fitness and health. Meets three                            ✔	           HST-103-01      213558 H210          TH         6-9:50PM
                 hours a week for personal fitness assessment and two hours of class-                                      STAFF                               $308       $26      $0           $334
                 room sessions. Related topics include: nutrition, stress reduction,                                       Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At Harmony
                 relaxation techniques, goal setting, and weight control.                                                  Community Campus.
                              HPE-295-01      210039 R220          MWF         9-10:50AM
                               FISKUM                              $231        $19.50   $20     $270.50
                               Required: 5 hrs TBA.
                              HPE-295-02      213945 TBA           MWF         11-11:50AM
                               MCHONE                              $231        $19.50   $20     $270.50
                               Hybrid. Meets every Monday, Wednesday & Friday plus online hours.
                               Contact: keonim@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3273.



                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville             Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact            V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus           10.                            department first class                 cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                        HYB Classroom/online course -                                        NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                          see page 12.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                          Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time                                     Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
              Instructor                         Tuition      Fee     Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total


HST-136      HISTORY OF POPULAR CULTURE, ENTERTAINMENT &                                  HOR-009      PESTICIDE APPLICATOR, SPANISH, 0.6 CEU
             SPORTS, 4 CREDITS                                                            Un repaso del uso apropiado y seguro de pesticidas, equipo protec-




                                                                                                                                                                                        Course Listing
Explores the topics of popular culture, entertainment and sports in                       tivo, mezclar, cargar, rociar, almacenar, transporte y equipo de apli-
western civilization from ancient Greece to the present and relates                       cación. A review of the safe use of pesticides, protective equipment,
them to the political, social, economic, intellectual and cultural                        mixing, loading, spraying, storage, transportation and application
trends of each time period.                                                               equipment. Recertification credits available.
             HST-136-01 213559 M206              MW           11-12:50PM                  ESPAñOL      HOR-009-02       213491 C143         T         9-3:50PM
              MCFARLAND                          $308         $26      $0         $334                  MERRILL                             $0        $0       $35              $35
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                          Meets: 11/15.
HST-201      HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, 4 CREDITS                                      HOR-009      RHODODENDRON GROWERS, 0.6 CEU
Covers the period from early discovery to the Age of Jackson.                             A gathering of growers & researchers from around the Northwest to
             HST-201-01       213560 M206        TTH          10-11:50AM                  discuss new research, new varieties, and culture of this genus. Lunch
              STAFF                              $308         $26      $0         $334    is included in the fee.
              Recommended that sequence is taken in order. Recommended: Pass                           HOR-009-03       213492 C133         F         9-2:50PM
              RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                                            B. NELSON                           $0        $0       $20              $20
             HST-201-02       213561 M206        MW           1-2:50PM                                  Meets: 12/2. Call Bruce Nelson at 503-594-3296 for information.
              STAFF                              $308         $26      $0         $334    HOR-009      INTRODUCTION TO RAINWATER HARVESTING, 0.8 CEU
              Recommended that sequence is taken in order. Recommended: Pass              This 1 day, 100 level workshop, led by the American Rainwater
              RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                              Catchment Systems Association, is open to anyone interested in
✔	           HST-201-15       213563 W112        T            6-9:50PM                    rainwater harvesting for non-potable applications, such as landscape
              STAFF                              $0           $0       $334       $334    irrigation. Rainwater harvesting, history, uses and conserving rain-
              Recommended that sequence is taken in order. Recommended: Pass
                                                                                          fall as a natural resource will be covered.
              RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
                                                                                                       HOR-009-04       213647 C133         S         8:30-4:50PM
HST-280      HISTORY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                  B. NELSON                           $0        $0        $0               $0
Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job                                          Meets: 9/24. To register visit www.arcsa.org $75 fee. Co-sponsored by
work experience in the field of history.                                                                Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District.
             HST-280-01 213566 JOBSITE                                                    HOR-009      RAINWATER HARVESTING & ACCREDITATION, 1.6 CEU
              MCFARLAND                          $462         $39     $15        $516V    This 2-day, 200 level workshop, led by the American Rainwater
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                               Catchment Systems Association, is open to the public and industry
                                                                                          to learn about rainwater harvesting. Design & installation, outdoor
Horticulture/Landscape                                                                    & in-home use; sanitation; rules & regulations, guidelines & restric-
                                                                                          tions; business mgmt; project plannning; safety; system construc-
For more information call 503-594-3292.                                                   tion & maintenance are covered.
HOR-008      HERB GIFTS/HOLIDAY DECORATING, 0 CREDIT                                                   HOR-009-05       213493 C118         MSU       8:30-4:50PM
Join us for a fabulous morning making herb gifts and holiday ar-                                        B. NELSON                           $0        $0        $0               $0
rangements to take home.                                                                                Meets: 9/25 & 26. To register visit www.arcsa.org $395 workshop only,
             HOR-008-01 213477 C117              S            8-12:20PM                                 $545 workshop & application for ARCSA Accreditation. Co-sponsored by
                                                                                                        Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District.
              BEUTLER/MILLS                      $0           $0       $45         $45
              Meets: 12/3.                                                                HOR-009      RAINWATER HARVESTING, DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION,
                                                                                                       2 CEU
HOR-008      CONCRETE LEAF CASTING, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                          This 3-day, 300 level workshop, led by the American Rainwater
Create your own unique casting using a live textured leaf. Instruc-
                                                                                          Catchment Systems Association, is open to the public and industry.
tion will be given in mixing and casting a leaf in concrete for out-
                                                                                          Apply knowledge by designing and constructing an active rainwater
door use, including stepping stones, wall art and water features.
                                                                                          collection system on CCC campus.
Workshop will cover painting, staining and water proofing informa-
tion. A leaf will be provided but students can bring a fresh, green,                                   HOR-009-06       213650 C118         TH        1-4:50PM
deeply veined leaf, 16 inches or less.                                                                                         C118         F         8:30-4:50PM
             HOR-008-03 213479 C117              S            9-11:50AM                                                        C118         S         8:30-4:50PM
              BRENDING/MESERVY                   $0           $0       $25         $25                  B. NELSON                           $0        $0        $0               $0
              Meets: 10/15.                                                                             Meets: 9/29, 9/30 & 10/1. To register visit www.arcsa.org $395 fee.
                                                                                                        Co-sponsored by Clackamas County Soil and Water Conservation District.
HOR-008      MAKE YOUR OWN MINI HOOP HOUSE, 0 CREDIT
Grow food year round in your own backyard. In this class you will                         HOR-009      FOOD SAFETY FOR FARMS & GARDENS, 0.35 CEU
be guided in the construction of your own mini hoop house. Bring                          Food safety issues are moving to the forefront of consumer con-
up to a dozen, 10ft, 1/2”, galvanized electrical conduit. (Available at                   sciousness at farmers markets, grocery stores and educational gar-
your local home improvement store for approx. $2 ea).                                     dens. This half-day workshop offers direct-market farmers, garden
                                                                                          educators and home gardeners an opportunity to explore Good
             HOR-008-07       213483 C117        S            1-3:50PM                    Agricultural Practices (GAP), including proper use of sanitizer, water
              HOWLEY                             $0           $0       $20         $20    quality issues and potential food safety hazards. Safe food opens
              Meets: 10/15.                                                               new market opportunities for small farms and protects the farm or
HOR-009      PESTICIDE CORE TRAINING, 0.4 CEU                                             garden from liability concerns.
This training fulfills the core requirement of the Private Applicators                                 HOR-009-07       213652 C133         TH        8:30-11:50AM
recertification requirements for the Oregon Department of Agricul-                                      WEST                                $0        $0        $40             $40
ture.                                                                                                   Meets: 12/1.
             HOR-009-01       213490 C133        F            8-11:50AM
              R. NELSON                          $0           $0       $40         $40
              Meets: 11/18.




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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                         Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                       Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee     Total


                 Horticulture, continued                                                                  HOR-220      PLANT PROPAGATION/FALL, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                          Proper techniques for reproducing plants from seeds, cuttings, and
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                 HOR-009      AUTUMN FOOD GROWING, 3.3 CEU                                                grafting. Emphasis on seasonal plant production. Class includes a
                 This class utilizes a hands-on approach to organic methods of grow-                      lab component.
                 ing cool season food plants, using a hoop-house, through the study                       HYB          HOR-220-01      213500 C117          TH        6-7:50PM
                 of soil ecosystem, variety selection, pest management, data collec-                                    GORSKI                              $231      $19.50   $50         $300.50
                 tion, harvest, and storage. Participants in this class will share in 50                                Hybrid. Meets every Thursday plus online hours. Contact: jennig@
                 percent of the food grown, while the remainder will be donated to                                      clackamas.edu
                 the local HOPE (Helping Other People Eat) Food Pantry.                                   HOR-224      LANDSCAPE INSTALLATION, 3 CREDITS
                              HOR-009-08 213756 C118 W      1-3:50PM                                      Materials and practices in landscape installation, including plan
                               WEST                  $0     $0       $30                           $30    reading, materials take-off, estimating, bidding, scheduling, grading,
                                                                                                          construction materials, and plant installation. Class includes a lab
                 HOR-111      HORTICULTURE PRACTICUM/FALL, 6 CREDITS
                                                                                                          component.
                 Practical horticulture practices which include seasonal activities cov-
                 ering container and field nurseries, greenhouse management, garden                                    HOR-224-01 213501 C133  M       1-4:50PM
                 design, landscape installation and landscape management. Basic                                         STAFF                  $231    $19.50   $25                        $275.50
                 practices involved in planting, pruning, pest control, equipment op-                     HOR-225      PRINCIPLES OF ARBORICULTURE, 3 CREDITS
                 erations, soil, water, and fertilizer management. Industry field trips                   Management of trees in landscape, including residential, commer-
                 included. Projects parallel Horticulture classes for Fall term. Class                    cial, and urban settings, following course materials prepared by the
                 includes a lab component.                                                                International Society of Arboriculture. Students study the value of
                 HYB          HOR-111-01 213496 C133      MW                8-11:50AM                     trees, including ways that trees enhance the physical, aesthetic, eco-
                               B. NELSON/BENZ/BENZ/HARBER $462              $39      $50          $551    nomic, and psychological experiences of people. Preparation for the
                               Hybrid. Meets every Monday and Wednesday plus online hours. Contact:       ISA Certified Arborist Exam.
                               bethb@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3773.                                                    HOR-225-01 213502 C133  M       6-8:50PM
                                                                                                                        FLANAGAN               $231    $19.50   $25                        $275.50
                 HOR-122      GREENHOUSE CROPS-POTTED PLANTS, 3 CREDITS
                 Environmental influences on plant growth, crop scheduling, green-                        HOR-226      PLANT IDENTIFICATION/FALL, 3 CREDITS
                 house structures, and equipment. Emphasis on foilage and flowering                       Identification of deciduous trees, shrubs, and ground covers, includ-
                 potted plant production. Class includes a lab component.                                 ing their cultural requirements in the landscape. Class includes a lab
                              HOR-122-01 213497 C117 TH    8-11:50AM                                      component. Oregon State University transfer course.
                               HOWLEY                $231  $19.50   $55                       $305.50                  HOR-226-01      213503 C133          T         8-11:50AM
                                                                                                                        HARBER                              $231      $19.50    $35        $285.50
                 HOR-123      LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE, 3 CREDITS
                 Principles and practices of landscape maintenance, plant growth                          HYB          HOR-226-02      213504 C133          W         6:30-7:20PM
                                                                                                                        HARBER                              $231      $19.50    $35        $285.50
                 and development, soil-water-fertilizer management, pruning, turf,                                      Hybrid. Meets every Wednesday plus online hours. Contact: rharber@
                 pest control, diagnosis of problems in trees and shrubs, and mainte-                                   clackamas.edu or 503-594-3294.
                 nance scheduling. Class includes a lab component.
                              HOR-123-01 213498 C133  TH                    1-4:50PM                      HOR-229      BASIC LANDSCAPE DESIGN, 3 CREDITS
                               R. NELSON              $231                  $19.50   $25      $275.50
                                                                                                          Introduction to landscape planning, including basic drafting skills,
                                                                                                          grading, drainage, and site planning. Class includes a lab compo-
                 HOR-124      FOOD HARVEST, 3 CREDITS                                                     nent.
                 Harvest systems for food safety and food quality that result in profit-                               HOR-229-01 213505 C118   W     6-9:50PM
                 able farm-to-table operations. Food handling and storage for sustain-                                  HIPP                    $231  $19.50   $35                         $285.50
                 able urban agriculture operations will be covered. Class includes a
                 lab component.                                                                           HOR-235      WEED IDENTIFICATION, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                          Identification and life cycles of weeds commonly found in land-
                              HOR-124-01 213644 C117 T     1-4:50PM                                       scapes and nurseries. Up to 15 recertification credits may be granted
                               HARBER                $231  $19.50   $50 $300.50                           by the Oregon Department of Agriculture toward pesticide license
                 HOR-125      FOOD PRODUCTION IN THE WILLAMETTE VALLEY,                                   renewal.
                              3 CREDITS                                                                                HOR-235-01      213506 C117          T         6:30-10:20PM
                 Exploration of historical, ethical, practical and scientific aspects                                   HARBER                              $154      $13       $25          $192
                 of food production systems focusing on agricultural sustainability,                                    Meets: 9/27-10/25.
                 including economic, social and environmental impacts of food and                         HYB          HOR-235-02      213645 C117          T         6:30-7:20PM
                 farming will be emphasized. Study of economical farming using sys-                                     HARBER                              $154      $13       $25          $192
                 tems thinking and critical thinking development will be utilized.                                      Hybrid. Meets Tuesdays, 9/27-10/25, plus online hours. Contact rharber@
                              HOR-125-01 213646 C117 M    6-8:50PM                                                      clackamas.edu or 503-594-3294.
                               NELSON                $231 $19.50   $25                        $275.50     HOR-236      INSECT IDENTIFICATION, 2 CREDITS
                 HOR-212      FLOWER ARRANGER’S GARDEN/FALL, 3 CREDITS                                    Identification and life cycles of insects which damage ornamental
                 Learn to identify and grow seasonal plants suitable for use as cut                       plants in greenhouses, landscapes, and nurseries. Recertification
                 flowers and foilage. Includes basic floral design and visits to local                    credits may be granted by the Oregon Department of Agriculture
                 cutting gardens. Ideal for garden designers, home gardeners, and flo-                    toward pesticide license renewal.
                 rists. Class includes a lab component.                                                                HOR-236-01      213507 C133          T         6:30-10:20PM
                              HOR-212-01      213499 C118        T          1-4:50PM                                    B. NELSON                           $154      $13       $25          $192
                               BEUTLER                           $231       $19.50   $55      $305.50                   Meets: 11/1-12/6.
                                                                                                          HOR-241      NURSERY MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                          Essentials of nursery practices, including containers and field grow-
                                                                                                          ing practices, crop scheduling, management, and marketing.
                                                                                                                       HOR-241-01      213508 C117          TH        1-3:50PM
                                                                                                                        SNELL                               $231      $19.50   $20         $270.50

                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville           Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact          V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus         10.                            department first class               cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                       location                      HYB Classroom/online course -                                      NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            46   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                         Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                           Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                           Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee     Total


HOR-250      WESTERN HERBS, 2 CREDITS                                                          HD-157       PROCRASTINATION & TIME MANAGEMENT, 1 CREDIT
This course introduces students to herbs that can be grown locally.                            Provides students the opportunity to study their procrastination




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Instruction will focus on the components and uses of herbs.                                    habits and time management patterns. Course focuses on compo-
             HOR-250-01      213643 C118           F          8-11:50AM                        nents of time organization, choices re: procrastination, and methods
              HOWLEY                               $154       $13      $25             $192    to improve overall use of time.
              Meets: 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4 & 11/18.                                                     HD-157-01       212246 M257           W         2-3:50PM
HOR-280      HORTICULTURE/CWE, 3 CREDITS                                                                     STAFF                                $77       $6.50    $5            $88.50
                                                                                                             Meets: 11/2-11/30.
Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various
segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing                            HD-158       MANAGING CHANGE, 1 CREDIT
nine credits of horticulture courses. May be repeated for up to six                            This course is designed to enhance each student’s knowledge and
credits.                                                                                       understanding about transition and change in their own life and
             HOR-280-01      213509 FIELD                                                      others around them.
              NELSON                               $231       $19.50      $15    $265.50       ✔	           HD-158-01       212247 H310           F         6-8:50PM
              Required: A CWE seminar and 90 jobsite hours.                                                                        H310           S         9-4:50PM
                                                                                                             STAFF                                $77       $6.50    $5            $88.50
HOR-281      HORTICULTURE/CWE, 6 CREDITS                                                                     Meets: 11/4 & 11/5. At Harmony Community Campus.
Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various
segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing                            HD-161       MULTICULTURAL AWARENESS, 1 CREDIT
nine credits of horticulture courses.                                                          Introduction to the complexities of multicultural issues and how
             HOR-281-01      213510 FIELD                                                      they influence one another in everyday life.
              NELSON                               $462       $39         $15          $516                 HD-161-01       212248 RR205          F         6-8:50PM
              Required: A CWE seminar and 180 jobsite hours.                                                                       RR205          S         9-4:50PM
                                                                                                             STAFF                                $77       $6.50    $5            $88.50
HOR-282      HORTICULTURE/CWE, 3 CREDITS                                                                     Meets: 11/18 & 11/19.
Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various
segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing
nine credits of horticulture courses. May be repeated for up to six                            Human Services
credits.                                                                                       HS-100       INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES, 3 CREDITS
             HOR-282-01      213511 FIELD                                                      Student will examine interpersonal skills, personal values, deci-
              NELSON                               $231       $19.50      $15    $265.50       sions and problems for human service trainees. Addresses stresses,
              Required: A CWE seminar and 90 jobsite hours.                                    demands, and rewards of working in this field. Required for Human
                                                                                               Services degree.
Human Development & Leadership                                                                              HS-100-01
                                                                                                             SMITH
                                                                                                                      212288 DJ225 MW
                                                                                                                                   $231
                                                                                                                                          10:30-11:50AM
                                                                                                                                          $19.50    $0  $250.50
See also College Success for related classes.
                                                                                               HS-130       INTRODUCTION TO HOSPICE CARE, 0 CREDIT
HD-145       STRESS MANAGEMENT, 1 CREDIT                                                       For individuals, families, and professionals interested in learning
Identifies specific personal stressors and focus on developing skills                          about hospice care for the terminally ill. Issues include death, dying,
that enable students to deal more effectively with stress.                                     and bereavement, with attention to psycho-social need, pain and
             HD-145-01       212241 RR205          F          6-8:50PM                         symptom control, delivery of medical care, family dynamics, and
                                    RR205          S          9-4:50PM                         philosophical and ethical questions. Required to become a Hospice
              STAFF                                $77        $6.50    $5            $88.50    Volunteer.
              Meets: 10/21 & 10/22.                                                            ✔	           HS-130-01       212291 WFECA          TTH       2:30-4:50PM
HD-147       DECISION MAKING, 1 CREDIT                                                                       WILLE                                $0        $0        $10            $10
Develop and improve your process for making satisfying choices.                                              Restricted to students age 18 years or older. Meets: 9/26 - 11/3. Contact:
The basics of decision making, and processes for making personal,                                            Marianne Wille at 503-722-3734 for instructor consent and class location.
                                                                                                             At Oregon City.
social, and work choices are included. Use this class for your current
decision needs.                                                                                HS-260       VICTIM ADVOCACY & ASSISTANCE, 4 CREDITS
             HD-147-01       212242 ONLINE                                                     Provides basic skills for working with a diverse group of crime vic-
              STAFF                                $77        $6.50       $40    $123.50       tims, including, but not limited to, victims of homicide, sexual
              Online. Meets: 10/3-10/17. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/           assault, child abuse and domestic violence. Topics covered include:
                                                                                               theories of victimology, victim’s rights evolution, crisis intervention,
HD-153       MANAGING CONFLICT IN YOUR LIFE, 1 CREDIT                                          stress reactions and post-traumatic stress syndrome.
Introduction to managing conflict in a positive way. Examine per-
sonal beliefs about conflict and become more effective in solving                                           HS-260-01       212294 DJ233          F         4:30-8:30PM
problems.                                                                                                                          DJ233          S         8-4:50PM
                                                                                                                                   DJ233          SU        8-4:50PM
✔	           HD-153-01       212243 H310           F          6-8:50PM                                       HOLT                                 $308      $26       $10           $344
                                    H310           S          9-4:50PM                                       Meets: 11/4, 11/5, 11/6, 12/2, 12/3 & 12/4. No text required. $10 course fee
              STAFF                                $77        $6.50    $5            $88.50                  covers materials.
              Meets: 10/28 & 10/29. At Harmony Community Campus.
                                                                                               HS-280       HS-280 HUMAN SERVICES GENERALIST I/CWE,
HD-154       BUILDING SELF-CONFIDENCE, 1 CREDIT                                                             2-6V CREDITS
This course is designed to address the elements forming and impact-                            Cooperative work experience with supervision in many areas of hu-
ing self-confidence, disarming your inner critic, including dealing                            man services occupations.
with fear, self-esteem, personal power, and establishing your center.
                                                                                                            HS-280-01       212297 JOBSITE
             HD-154-01       212244 M257           F          6-8:50PM
                                                                                                             SMITH                                $462      $39         $15        $516V
                                    M257           S          9-4:50PM                                       Required: Instructor consent. Contact:yvonnes@clackamas.edu
              STAFF                                $77        $6.50    $5            $88.50                  or 503-594-3207. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or successful comple-
              Meets: 11/18 & 11/19.
                                                                                                             tion of HS-170. Corequisite: CWE-281-26.




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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                         Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee    Total


                 Human Services, continued                                                                   J-220        INTRODUCTION TO BROADCAST JOURNALISM, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                             Provides students the opportunity to develop skills needed to adapt
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                 HS-281       HUMAN SERVICES GENERALIST II/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                 and translate print journalism to other media via scriptwriting, vid-
                 Cooperative work experience level II. Supervised experience in hu-                          eo and audio production, web output, and digital video editing.
                 man services occupations.                                                                                J-220-01        213313 M125         MWF          10-11:29AM
                              HS-281-01       212298 JOBSITE                                                               MINGO                              $308         $26      $90         $424
                               SMITH                               $462      $39         $15        $516V                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                               Required: Instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu                  J-221        BROADCAST JOURNALISM, 4 CREDITS
                               or 503-594-3207. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or successful comple-    Offers students interested in broadcast journalism intermediate skills
                               tion of HS-170. Corequisite: CWE-282-26.                                      of editing, compression, and uploading for broadcast.
                 HS-282       HUMAN SERVICES GENERALIST III/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                             J-221-01        213314 M125         MWF          10-11:29AM
                 Cooperative Work Experience level III. Supervised experience in                                           MINGO                              $308         $26      $90         $424
                 human services occupations.                                                                               Recommended: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass
                              HS-282-01       212300 JOBSITE                                                               J-220 with C or better or instructor consent.
                               SMITH                               $462      $39         $15        $516V    J-222        ADVANCED BROADCAST JOURNALISM, 4 CREDITS
                               Required: Instructor consent. Contact: yvonnes@clackamas.edu                  Offers students interested in broadcast journalism advanced skills of
                               or 503-594-3207. Prerequisite: Current enrollment in or successful comple-    managing reporters, videographers, and a web presence in a broad-
                               tion of HS-170. Corequisite: CWE-283-26.                                      cast newsroom.
                                                                                                                          J-222-01        213315 M125         MWF          10-11:29AM
                 Humanities                                                                                                MINGO                              $308         $26      $90
                                                                                                                           Recommended: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass
                                                                                                                                                                                                $424
                 HUM-180 PATHWAY TO SUSTAINABILITY, 5 CREDITS                                                              J-220 and J-221 with C or better or instructor consent.
                 Can we create a more sustainable and just world? Will we question
                 our assumptions regarding economic models, democracy, our rela-                             J-226        NEWSPAPER PRODUCTION, 4 CREDITS
                 tionships with the environment, and social structures? What are the                         Weekly production of The Clackamas Print, the college newspaper.
                 roots of the current ecological crisis?                                                     Write headlines, design and lay out pages and ads.
                              HUM-180-01 213670 RR208              MW        6-8:20PM                                     J-226-01        213316 RR135        T            1-4:50PM
                               GRABILL                             $385      $32.50   $0        $417.50                    JONES                              $308         $26      $0          $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                            Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                                                                                                                           placement in WR-121.
                 HUM-233 ELECTRONIC CULTURE, 4 CREDITS
                 An introduction to the interdisciplinary field of electronic culture,                       J-230        MULTIMEDIA REPORTING, 4 CREDITS
                 focusing on the use of electronic computer technology by individu-                          Provides students with hands-on training in news reporting for the
                 als and groups. Examines transformation of self, identity, commu-                           Internet, including writing, blogging, podcasting, digital photogra-
                 nication, and development of electronic communities and subcul-                             phy and audio slide shows.
                 tures.                                                                                                   J-230-01        213317 RR208        W            2-5:50PM
                              HUM-233-01 213685 ONLINE                                                                     JONES                              $308         $26      $0          $334
                               SUMMERS-NOMURA                      $308      $26         $35         $369                  Focus will be multicultural perspectives. Recommended: Pass WR-095 or
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: carries@                       placement in WR-121.
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3866. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-             J-280        JOURNALISM/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                               ment in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                           Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                                                                                                             journalism.
                 Journalism                                                                                               J-280-01
                                                                                                                           JONES
                                                                                                                                          213318 JOBSITE
                                                                                                                                                              $462         $39      $15        $516V
                 J-134        PHOTOJOURNALISM, 4 CREDITS                                                                   Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                 Emphasizes composition, lighting and creative ways to illustrate a
                 news story. Analyzes ethical issues in the digital age. Weekly shoot-                       J-280A       PUBLIC RELATIONS/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                 ing assignments.                                                                            Provides students with on-the-job experience and training related to
                                                                                                             public relations.
                              J-134-01   213311 RR135              W         6-9:50PM
                               GUTIERREZ                           $308      $26      $0             $334                 J-280A-01       213319 JOBSITE
                               Recommended: Basic photography skills.                                                      JONES                              $462         $39      $15        $516V
                                                                                                                           Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                 J-215        PUBLICATIONS, 1-3V CREDITS
                 Students learn the components of news stories and photojournalism
                 and study the techniques of putting together news stories and pho-
                 tos, including writing styles, photography rules, ethical standards of
                                                                                                             Manufacturing Technology
                 newsgathering and the rights of a free press in democracy. Students                         All degree seeking students should arrange to speak to a faculty advisor
                 work as writers, photographers and editors on The Clackamas Print                           prior to registering. Call 503-594-3318 for more information, or contact the
                 and its Web site in areas of writing, photography, editing, produc-                         Student Success Center, 503-594-3475.
                 tion and advertising.                                                                       MFG-104      PRINT READING, 2 CREDITS
                              J-215-01        213312 RR135         MWF       1-1:50PM                        Introduction to basic print reading. Students will use the principles
                               JONES                               $231      $19.50   $0       $250.50V      of orthographic projection and current ASME standards as they ap-
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or               ply this knowledge to interpreting prints.
                               placement in WR-121; pass J-216.                                                           MFG-104-01 212335 B151              T            4:30-6:50PM
                                                                                                                           STAFF                              $154         $13       $60        $227




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            48   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                  Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room   Day       Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                       Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee      Total


MFG-106      APPLIED GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING & TOLERANCING                                   MFG-111      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS I, 9 CREDITS
             FOR MANUFACTURING, 3 CREDITS                                                                MFG-111-03 212353 B155  MTWTH 8-12:20PM




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Introduces participants to the application of gauging and inspection                                                       B155B MTWTH 8-12:20PM
using Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing. Students will iden-                                         DELGATTO/SCHMIDT       $693  $58.50   $270 $1021.50
tify inspection equipment and inspect GDT characteristics while                                           Recommended: MFG-104 & MFG-107.
experiencing their manufacturing implications.                                                           MFG-111-06 212356 B155            MTWTH 5:30-9:50PM
             MFG-106-01 212340 B151   T       1-3:50PM                                                                     B155B           MTWTH 5:30-9:50PM
              WANNER                  $231    $19.50   $90                       $340.50                  STOLLBERG/NEWTON                 $693  $58.50    $270 $1021.50
MFG-107      INDUSTRIAL SAFETY & FIRST AID, 3 CREDITS                                                     Recommended: MFG-104 & MFG-107.
The Industrial Safety course is designed to provide the student with                        MFG-112      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS II, 3 CREDITS
a basic understanding of safety hazards and first aid in the work-                          Covers setup and operation of the vertical milling machine and bor-
place. Includes eye safety, grinding wheel hazards, electrical/chemi-                       ing techniques on the lathe. Includes surface grinding and selection
cal hazards, slips, falls and back injuries. Certification in Red Cross                     of abrasive grinding wheels.
first aid, Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and CPR.                                               MFG-112-01 212359 B155            T         8-12:20PM
             MFG-107-01 212341 MOD2A M     3-5:50PM                                                                        B155B           W         8-9:20AM
              STAFF                  $231  $19.50   $90 $340.50                                           DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                 $231      $19.50   $90        $340.50
MFG-109      COMPUTER LITERACY FOR TECHNICIANS, 3 CREDITS                                                 Recommended: Completion of MFG-111.
Presents the uses of computers in business and industry. Subjects                                        MFG-112-04 212362 B155            TTH       7-9:50PM
covered include computer platforms, basic hardware, data commu-                                                            B155B           TTH       7-9:50PM
nication, and operating systems. Reviews and uses word processing,                                        NEWTON                           $231      $19.50   $90        $340.50
spreadsheet, and database software for the PC.                                                            Recommended: MFG-111.
             MFG-109-01 212344 B277 MW    3-4:35PM                                          MFG-112      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS II, 6 CREDITS
              STAFF                 $231  $19.50   $90 $340.50                                           MFG-112-02 212360 B155  MT    8-12:20PM
MFG-110      MANUFACTURING SPECIAL PROJECTS, 3 CREDITS                                                                     B155B W     8-10:50AM
Allows students a great deal of latitude in project selection, design,                                    DELGATTO/SCHMIDT       $462  $39      $180                       $681
and production utilizing manual machine tools, CNC machine                                                Recommended: MFG-111.
tools, CAD/CAM and EDMs. A solid understanding of all basic ma-                                          MFG-112-05 212363 B155            MTWTH 7-9:50PM
chine tools is expected.                                                                                                   B155B           MTWTH 7-9:50PM
             MFG-110-01 212346 B155               M          8-12:20PM                                    NEWTON                           $462  $39      $180             $681
                                                                                                          Recommended: MFG-111.
                               B155B              T          8-9:20AM
              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                    $231       $19.50   $90        $340.50    MFG-112      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS II,               9 CREDITS
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Bob Delgatto at delgatto@                           MFG-112-03 212361 B155  MTWTH               8-12:20PM
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3320.                                                                               B155B MTWTH               8-12:20PM
             MFG-110-03 212348 B155               TTH        7-9:50PM                                     DELGATTO/SCHMIDT       $693                $58.50   $270 $1021.50
                               B155B              TTH        7-9:50PM                                     Recommended: MFG-111.
              NEWTON                              $231       $19.50   $90        $340.50                 MFG-112-06 212364 B155B           MTWTH 5:30-9:50PM
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Brian Newton at bnewton@                                              B155            MTWTH 5:30-9:50PM
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3782.                                                              NEWTON                           $693  $58.50    $270 $1021.50
MFG-110      MANUFACTURING SPECIAL               PROJECTS, 6 CREDITS                                      Recommended: MFG-111.
             MFG-110-02 212347 B155               MW    8-12:20PM                           MFG-113      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS III, 3 CREDITS
                               B155B              TH    8-10:50AM                           Topics include offset boring heads, rotary tables, indexing devices,
              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                    $462  $39      $180              $681     and taper attachments. Also covers applied technical math, inspec-
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Bob Delgatto at delgatto@              tion techniques, optical comparators, coordinate measuring ma-
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3320.                                                chines, and cylindrical grinding.
             MFG-110-04 212349 B155               MTWTH 7-9:50PM                                         MFG-113-01 212367 B155            W         8-12:20PM
                               B155B              MTWTH 7-9:50PM                                                           B155B           TH        8-9:20AM
              NEWTON                              $462  $39      $180              $681                   DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                 $231      $19.50   $90        $340.50
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Brian Newton at bnewton@                             Recommended: Completion of MFG-111 and MFG-112.
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3782.
                                                                                                         MFG-113-04 212370 B155            MW        7-9:50PM
MFG-111      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS I, 3 CREDITS                                                                         B155B          MW        7-9:50PM
Covers machine tool operations including drill presses, lathes, and                                       STOLLBERG/SCHMIDT                $231      $19.50   $90        $340.50
milling machines. Includes internal and external threading.                                               Recommended: MFG-111 & MFG-112.
             MFG-111-01 212351 B155               M          8-12:20PM                      MFG-113      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS III, 6 CREDITS
                               B155B              T          8-9:20AM                                    MFG-113-02 212368 B155 MW     8-12:20PM
              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                    $231       $19.50   $90        $340.50                                   B155 TH     8-10:50AM
              Recommended: Completion of MFG-104 and MFG-107.                                             DELGATTO/SCHMIDT      $462   $39      $180                       $681
             MFG-111-04 212354 B155               MW         7-9:50PM                                     Recommended: MFG-111 & MFG-112.
                                B155B             MW         7-9:50PM                                    MFG-113-05 212371 B155            MTWTH 7-9:50PM
              STOLLBERG/SCHMIDT                   $231       $19.50   $90        $340.50                                    B155B          MTWTH 7-9:50PM
              Recommended: MFG-104 & MFG-107.                                                             STOLLBERG/SCHMIDT                $462  $39      $180             $681
MFG-111      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS I, 6 CREDITS                                                       Recommended: MFG-111 & MFG-112.
             MFG-111-02 212352 B155  MT    8-12:20PM
                               B155B W     8-10:50AM
              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT       $462  $39      $180                           $681
              Recommended: MFG-104 & MFG-107.
             MFG-111-05 212355 B155               MTWTH 7-9:50PM
                               B155B              MTWTH 7-9:50PM
              STOLLBERG/NEWTON                    $462  $39      $180              $681
              Recommended: MFG-104 & MFG-107.

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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                     Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room   Day       Time                                     Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
                               Instructor                       Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


                 Manufacturing Technology, continued                                                  MFG-271      MASTERCAM MILL I, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                      Covers the creation and manipulation of two and three dimensional
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                 MFG-113      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS III, 9 CREDITS                                wire frame models as well as the creating, editing, and verification
                              MFG-113-03 212369 B155B MTWTH 8-12:20PM                                 of 2-1/2 axis toolpaths. A fundamental understanding of the CAD/
                                                B155  MTWTH 8-12:20PM
                                                                                                      CAM process will be gained.
                               DELGATTO/SCHMIDT       $693  $58.50   $270 $1021.50                                 MFG-271-01 212386 B153 MW    4:30-8:20PM
                               Recommended: MFG-111 & MFG-112.                                                      RIZZO                 $308  $26       $200                              $534
                              MFG-113-06 212372 B155B           MTWTH 5:30-9:50PM                     MFG-275      MASTERCAM I: STREAMINGTEACHERTM, 3 CREDITS
                                                B155            MTWTH 5:30-9:50PM                     Current version of Mastercam computer-aided parts creation and
                               STOLLBERG                        $693  $58.50    $270 $1021.50         programming. Covers the creation and modification of two and
                               Recommended: MFG-111 & MFG 112.                                        three-dimensional wire frame models as well as the creation, verifi-
                                                                                                      cation, and editing of 2-1/2 axis toolpaths. Includes basic exposure
                 MFG-130      BASIC ELECTRICITY I, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                      to solid modeling.
                 Explores fundamentals of AC and DC electricity. Includes: atomic
                 structure, direct current, alternating current, Ohm’s law, series, par-                           MFG-275-01 212387 ONLINE
                 allel, and combination circuits, DC circuit theorems, production of                                DELGATTO                             $231       $19.50      $80     $330.50
                 DC voltages, magnetic principles, transformers, motors and genera-                                 Online. Required: Instructor consent and access to a seat of the ‘Current
                 tors.                                                                                              Industrial Version’ or a current ‘Student Version’ of Mastercam. Contact:
                                                                                                                    Bob DelGatto at delgatto@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3320.
                              MFG-130-01 212374 B151   F       5-7:50PM
                               TUGGLE                  $231    $19.50   $225 $475.50                  MFG-280      MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                 MFG-201      CNC I: SET-UP & OPERATION, 4 CREDITS                                    Cooperative work experience. Practical experience in the manufac-
                 ‘Hands-on’ class will teach students how to set-up and operate CNC                   turing trades. Coordination of instruction will occur with industry
                 milling centers and will include an introduction to basic G&M-code                   and the manufacturing and cooperative work departments.
                 programming. Designed for persons with little or no previous expe-                                MFG-280-01 212388 JOBSITE
                 rience.                                                                                            MATTSON                              $462       $39         $15        $516V
                              MFG-201-01 212377 B158            MW        5-8:35PM                                  Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar.
                                                B159            MW        5-8:35PM
                               LOCKE                            $308      $26      $300
                               Recommended: Completion of MFG-109, MFG-112 and MTH-050.
                                                                                              $634
                                                                                                      Mathematics
                                                                                                      MTH-010      FUNDAMENTALS OF ARITHMETIC I, 4 CREDITS
                 MFG-204      COMPUTER AIDED MANUFACTURING I, 4 CREDITS
                 Introduction to computer-aided part programming. Students will                       Reviews operations on whole numbers, elementary fraction con-
                 use CAD/CAM software to generate NC code to produce machined                         cepts, operations on decimals, and measurement.
                 products. Model creation, process verification, code generation, and                              MTH-010-01 213783 S143                MW         1-2:50PM
                 CAD/CAM integration will be covered.                                                               STAFF                                $308       $26      $15            $349
                                                                                                                    PC Lab.
                              MFG-204-01 212378 B277            TTH       5-8:35PM
                               RIZZO                            $308      $26      $300       $634                 MTH-010-02 213784 RR205               TTH        8-9:50AM
                               Recommended: Completion of MFG-201 & MFG-112.                                        STAFF                                $308       $26      $15            $349
                 MFG-211      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS IV, 3 CREDITS                                 ✔            MTH-010-30 213785 OIT154              TTH        6-7:50PM
                                                                                                                    STAFF                                $308       $26      $15            $349
                 Concentrates on CNC setup and operation and on surface grinding.                                   PC Lab. At Harmony Community Campus.
                 Students will develop and apply their machining skills while creat-
                 ing products in a team environment. Additional topics may include                    ✔            MTH-010-31 213786 OIT154              MW         9-10:50AM
                 fixture design and cutting mechanics.                                                              STAFF                                $308       $26      $15            $349
                                                                                                                    PC Lab. At Harmony Community Campus.
                              MFG-211-01 212381 B155            TTH       8-10:50AM
                                                B155B           TTH       8-10:50AM                   MTH-020      FUNDAMENTALS OF ARITHMETIC II, 4 CREDITS
                               DELGATTO/SCHMIDT                 $231      $19.50   $90    $340.50     Topics include factors and multiples, operations on fractions, per-
                               Recommended: Completion of MFG-104, MFG-105 and MFG-113.               cents, ratios and proportions, powers and square roots, introduction
                              MFG-211-03 212383 B155            TTH       7-9:50PM                    to graphs, and signed numbers.
                                                B155B           TTH       7-9:50PM                                 MTH-020-01 213787 S143                MW         1-2:50PM
                               NEWTON                           $231      $19.50   $90    $340.50                   STAFF                                $308       $26      $15            $349
                               Recommended: MFG-104, MFG-105 & MFG-113.                                             PC Lab. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a C or better or placement in
                                                                                                                    MTH-020.
                 MFG-211      MACHINE TOOL FUNDAMENTALS IV, 6 CREDITS
                              MFG-211-02 212382 B158 MTWTH 8-10:50AM                                               MTH-020-02 213788 RR204               TTH        6-7:50PM
                                                                                                                    STAFF                                $308       $26      $15            $349
                                                B159 MTWTH 8-10:50AM                                                Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a C or better or placement in MTH-020.
                               DELGATTO/SCHMIDT      $462  $39      $180                      $681                 MTH-020-03 213789 RR204               TTH        1-2:50PM
                               Recommended: Completion of MFG-104, MFG-105 and MFG-113.
                                                                                                                    STAFF                                $308       $26      $15            $349
                              MFG-211-04 212384 B155B           MTWTH 7-9:50PM                                      Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a C or better or placement in MTH-020.
                                                B155            MTWTH 7-9:50PM                                     MTH-020-04 213790 RR205               MW         10-11:50AM
                               NEWTON                           $462  $39      $180           $681
                               Recommended: MFG-104, MFG-105 & MFG-113.                                             STAFF                                $308       $26      $15            $349
                                                                                                                    Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a C or better or placement in MTH-020.
                 MFG-221      MATERIALS SCIENCE, 3 CREDITS                                                         MTH-020-05 213791 M255                MW         8-9:50AM
                 Introduces metallurgy and materials science. Extractive and physical
                                                                                                                    STAFF                                $308       $26      $15            $349
                 metallurgy will be covered. Specific topics include heat treatment,                                Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a C or better or placement in MTH-020.
                 materials analysis, the iron carbon phase diagram, composites, ce-
                 ramics and industrial plastics.                                                                   MTH-020-06 213792 M255                TTH        8-9:50AM
                                                                                                                    STAFF                                $308       $26      $15            $349
                              MFG-221-01 212385 B151            MW        2:30-5:20PM                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a C or better or placement in MTH-020.
                               MATTSON                          $231      $19.50    $90   $340.50

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact      V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class           cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                  NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            50   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                       Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                           Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total


             MTH-020-07 213793 S135               S          9-12:50PM                                     MTH-060-09 213818 ONLINE
              STAFF                               $308       $26      $15             $349                  LEWANDOWSKI                         $308      $26         $50           $384




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              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a C or better or placement in MTH-020.                        Online. Contact: kurtl@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3329. Prerequisite: Pass
             MTH-020-08 213794 M255               MW         12-1:50PM                                      MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-060.
              STAFF                               $308       $26      $15             $349                 MTH-060-10 213819 TBA                MW        1-2:50PM
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a C or better or placement in MTH-020.                        STAFF                               $308      $26      $15              $349
✔            MTH-020-30 213795 OIT154             TTH        6-7:50PM                                       Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-060.
              STAFF                               $308       $26      $15             $349    ✔	           MTH-060-15 213820 W112               MW        5:30-7:20PM
              PC Lab. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a C or better or placement in                         STAFF                               $0        $0        $349            $349
              MTH-020. At Harmony Community Campus.                                                         Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-060.
✔            MTH-020-31 213796 OIT154             MW         9-10:50AM                                      At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
              STAFF                               $308       $26      $15             $349    ✔	           MTH-060-30 213821 H330               MW        9-10:50AM
              PC lab. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-010 with a C or better or placement in                         STAFF                               $308      $26      $15              $349
              MTH-020. At Harmony Community Campus.                                                         Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-060.
                                                                                                            At Harmony Community Campus.
MTH-050      TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS I, 3 CREDITS
This course is designed for career and technical students. The topics                         ✔            MTH-060-31 213822 OIT155             TTH       6-7:50PM
focus on critical thinking, problem solving and mathematical com-                                           STAFF                               $308      $26      $15              $349
                                                                                                            Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-060.
munication using applications in applied arithmetic, measurement,
                                                                                                            At Harmony Community Campus.
geometry, and statistics and probability.
             MTH-050-01 213797 S134               MW         3-4:50PM                         MTH-065      ALGEBRA II, 4 CREDITS
              STAFF                               $231       $19.50   $15       $265.50       The second term of topics in algebra. This course continues the ex-
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-050 or        ploration of expressions, equations, and inequalities numerically,
              MTH-060.                                                                        symbolically, graphically, and verbally.
             MTH-050-02 213798 RR204              TTH        8-9:50PM                                      MTH-065-01 213823 S134               TTH       8-9:50AM
              STAFF                               $231       $19.50   $15       $265.50                     STAFF                               $308      $26      $15              $349
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-050 or                      Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a C or better or placement in MTH-065.
              MTH-060.                                                                        HYB          MTH-065-02 213824 RR204              M         10-11:50AM
             MTH-050-03 213799 RR205              F          10-3:00PM                                      BARATTO                             $308      $26      $15              $349
              STAFF                               $231       $19.50   $15       $265.50                     Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: sbaratto@
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-050 or                      clackamas.edu or 503-594-3325. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a C or
              MTH-060.                                                                                      better or placement in MTH-065.
MTH-054      MEDICATION CALCULATIONS FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANTS,                                               MTH-065-03 213826 RR204              MW        4-5:50PM
             4 CREDITS                                                                                      STAFF                               $308      $26      $15              $349
                                                                                                            Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a C or better or placement in MTH-065.
Topics include problem solving, ratios and proportions, percents, ac-
curacy and precision of metric, apothecary and household systems                                           MTH-065-04 213827 RR205              TTH       3-4:50PM
of measurement and calculating medication doses.                                                            STAFF                               $308      $26      $15              $349
                                                                                                            Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-065.
             MTH-054-01 213800 TBA                T          4-7:50PM
              STAFF                               $308       $26      $15             $349                 MTH-065-05 213828 RR206              MW        10-11:50AM
              Required: Instructor consent. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better                   STAFF                               $308      $26      $15              $349
              or placement in MTH-060.                                                                      Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a C or better or placement in MTH-065.
MTH-060      ALGEBRA I, 4 CREDITS                                                                          MTH-065-06 213829 M255               TTH       1-2:50PM
Designed for review or for the beginner, this course is an introduc-                                        STAFF                               $308      $26      $15              $349
tion to topics in algebra. Expressions, equations, and inequalities are                                     Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a C or better or placement in MTH-065.
explored numerically, symbolically, graphically, and verbally.                                             MTH-065-07 213830 RR204              S         1:30-5:20PM
             MTH-060-01 213809 S134               MW         8-9:50AM                                       STAFF                               $308      $26       $15             $349
              STAFF                               $308       $26      $15             $349                  Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a C or better or placement in MTH-065.
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-060.          HYB          MTH-065-08 213831 S134               T         6-7:50PM
HYB          MTH-060-02 213811 S134               M          10-11:50AM                                     STAFF                               $308      $26      $15              $349
                                                                                                            Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours. Contact: carriek@
              LEWANDOWSKI                         $308       $26      $15             $349                  clackamas.edu or 503-594-3328. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a C
              Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: kurtl@clackamas.
                                                                                                            or better or placement in MTH-065.
              edu or 503-594-3329. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or
              placement in MTH-060.                                                                        MTH-065-09 213832 ONLINE
             MTH-060-03 213812 S134               TTH        1-2:50PM                                       STAFF                               $308      $26         $50           $384
                                                                                                            Online. Orientation:Contact: carriek@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3328. Pre-
              NORDSTROM HULL                      $308       $26      $15             $349
                                                                                                            requisite: Pass MTH-060 with a C or better or placement in MTH-065.
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-060.
                                                                                              ✔	           MTH-065-15 213833 W112               MW        7:30-9:20PM
             MTH-060-04 213813 RR205              TTH        10-11:50AM                                     STAFF                               $0        $0        $349            $349
              YANNOTTA                            $308       $26      $15             $349                  Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a C or better or placement in MTH-065.
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-060.                        At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
             MTH-060-05 213814 RR204              MW         2-3:50PM                         ✔	           MTH-065-30 213834 H320               MW        9-10:50AM
              STAFF                               $308       $26      $15             $349                  STAFF                               $308      $26      $15              $349
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-060.                        PC Lab. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a C or better or placement in
             MTH-060-06 213815 M255               MW         10-11:50AM                                     MTH-065. At Harmony Community Campus.
              NORDSTROM HULL                      $308       $26      $15             $349    ✔            MTH-065-31 213835 H320               TTH       6-7:50PM
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-060.                        STAFF                               $308      $26      $15              $349
             MTH-060-07 213816 S134               S          9-12:50PM                                      Prerequisite: Pass MTH-060 with a C or better or placement in MTH-065.
              STAFF                               $308       $26      $15             $349                  At Harmony Community Campus.
              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or better or placement in MTH-060.
HYB          MTH-060-08 213817 S134               M          6-7:50PM
              BARATTO                             $308       $26      $15             $349
              Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: sbaratto@
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3325. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-020 with a C or
              better or placement in MTH-060.                                                                                                                            Continued

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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                           Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee       Total


                 Mathematics, continued                                                                         ✔            MTH-095-31 213846 H335              MW         6-7:50PM
                                                                                                                              STAFF                              $308       $26      $15          $349
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                                                                                                                              Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a C or better or placement in MTH-095.
                 MTH-080      TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS II, 3 CREDITS                                                             At Harmony Community Campus.
                 This course is the second in a sequence designed for career and
                 technical students. The topics focus on crictical thinking, problem                            MTH-105      INTRO TO CONTEMPORARY MATH, 4 CREDITS
                 solving, and mathematical communication using applications in                                  A transfer mathematics course for non-science majors. Topics focus
                 arithmetic, algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.                                               on critical thinking, problem solving, mathematical communica-
                              MTH-080-01 213836 RR206               MW        4-5:50PM                          tion, and applications relevant to contemporary society.
                               STAFF                                $231      $19.50   $15        $265.50                    MTH-105-01 213847 RR205             MW         12-1:50PM
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-050 with a C or better or instructor consent.                           STAFF                              $308       $26      $15          $349
                 MTH-082A WASTEWATER MATH I, 1 CREDIT                                                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                                                                                                                              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a C or better or
                 Quantitative component to understanding wastewater operations.
                                                                                                                              placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
                 Simple unit conversions, fraction to decimal conversions and more
                 complicated problem solving as applied to wastewater preliminary                                            MTH-105-02 213848 RR206             TTH        8-9:50AM
                 and primary treatment.                                                                                       HALL                               $308       $26      $15          $349
                                                                                                                              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                              MTH-082A-01 213275 P131               T         8-8:50PM
                                                                                                                              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a C or better or
                               STAFF                                $77       $6.50    $5             $88.50
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-080                        placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
                               or MTH-095. Corequisite: WQT-110. This course may not be waived.                              MTH-105-03 213849 RR204             MW         6-7:50PM
                                                                                                                              STAFF                              $308       $26      $15          $349
                 MTH-082B WATERWORKS MATH I, 1 CREDIT                                                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                 Problem solving for waterworks applications. Introduction to basic                                           placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a C or better or
                 algebra and math concepts, conversions and calculations encoun-                                              placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.
                 tered in the waterworks industry.
                                                                                                                MTH-111      COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 5 CREDITS
                              MTH-082B-01 213277 P131               M         5-5:50PM                          A transfer course designed for students preparing for trigonometry,
                               LAFORCE                              $77       $6.50    $5             $88.50
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-080          statistics or calculus. Analysis of piecewise, polynomial, rational, ex-
                               or MTH-095. Corequisite: WQT-111. This course may not be waived.                 ponential, logarithmic, power functions and their properties, includ-
                                                                                                                ing transformations and symmetry, composition, inverse, regression,
                 MTH-095      ALGEBRA III, 4 CREDITS                                                            the binomial theorem and an introduction to sequences and series.
                 The third term of topics in algebra using the rule-of-four approach                            HYB          MTH-111-01 213850 S134              MW         1-2:50PM
                 is designed to prepare students for transfer-level math courses. This                                        NORDSTROM HULL                     $385       $32.50   $15      $432.50
                 course emphasizes problem-solving and graphical techniques with                                              Hybrid. Meets every Monday & Wednesday plus online hours. Contact:
                 the use of a graphing utility.                                                                               rhondah@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3331. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or
                              MTH-095-01 213837 RR204               MW        8-9:50AM                                        placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite:
                               STAFF                                $308      $26      $15             $349                   Pass MTH-095 with a C or better or placement in MTH-111.
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a C or better or placement in MTH-095.                        MTH-111-02 213851 RR205             MWF        8-9:25AM
                              MTH-095-02 213838 RR204               MW        12-1:50PM                                       YANNOTTA                           $385       $32.50   $15      $432.50
                               HULL                                 $308      $26      $15             $349                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a C or better or placement in MTH-095.                         placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a C or better or
                              MTH-095-03 213839 RR205               TTH       1-2:50PM                                        placement in MTH-111.
                               HULL                                 $308      $26      $15             $349     HYB          MTH-111-03 213852 RR206             TTH        10-11:50AM
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a C or better or placement in MTH-095.                         NORDSTROM HULL                     $385       $32.50   $15      $432.50
                              MTH-095-04 213840 RR206               TTH       3-4:50PM                                        Hybrid. Meets every Monday & Wednesday plus online hours. Contact:
                               STAFF                                $308      $26      $15             $349                   rhondah@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3331. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a C or better or placement in MTH-095.                         placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite:
                                                                                                                              Pass MTH-095 with a C or better or placement in MTH-111.
                              MTH-095-05 213841 M255                TTH       10-11:50AM
                                                                                                                             MTH-111-04 213853 RR204             S          8-12:50PM
                               STAFF                                $308      $26      $15             $349
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a C or better or placement in MTH-095.                         STAFF                              $385       $32.50   $15      $432.50
                                                                                                                              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                              MTH-095-06 213842 RR206               S         9-12:50PM                                       placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a C or better or
                               STAFF                                $308      $26      $15             $349                   placement in MTH-111.
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a C or better or placement in MTH-095.
                                                                                                                HYB          MTH-111-05 213854 RR206             T          6-8:20PM
                 HYB          MTH-095-07 213843 S134                W         6-7:50PM                                        STAFF                              $385       $32.50   $15      $432.50
                               STAFF                                $308      $26      $15             $349                   Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours. Contact: carriek@
                               Hybrid. Meets every Wednesday plus online hours. Contact: carriek@                             clackamas.edu or 503-594-3328. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or
                               clackamas.edu or 503-5943328. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a C                              placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite:
                               or better or placement in MTH-095.                                                             Pass MTH-095 with a C or better or placement in MTH-111.
                              MTH-095-08 213844 ONLINE                                                                       MTH-111-06 213855 ONLINE
                               STAFF                                $308      $26         $50          $384                   LEWANDOWSKI                        $385       $32.50     $15    $432.50
                               Online. Contact: carriek@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3328. Prerequisite:                          Online. Contact: kurtl@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3329. Recommended:
                               Pass MTH-065 with a C or better or placment in MTH-095.                                        Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in
                 ✔            MTH-095-30 213845 H320                MW        11-12:50PM                                      WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a C or better or placement in
                               STAFF                                $308      $26      $15             $349                   MTH-111.
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a C or better or placement in MTH-095.
                               At Harmony Community Campus.




                 ✔	    Harmony or Wilsonville           Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                       campus, other off campus         10.                            department first class                     cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                       location                      HYB Classroom/online course -                                            NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            52   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                         Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                            Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day        Time
              Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee       Total                 Instructor                            Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee      Total


✔            MTH-111-30 213856 H330              MW         11-1:20PM                                      MTH-251-02 213867 RR206                MW         12-2:20PM
              YANNOTTA                           $385       $32.50   $15      $432.50                       KYSER                                 $385       $32.50   $15           $432.50




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              PC Lab. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass                                 Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a C or                         placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-112 with a C or better or
              better or placement in MTH-111. At Harmony Community Campus.                                  placement in MTH-251.
✔            MTH-111-31 213857 H330              MW         6-8:20PM                          MTH-252      CALCULUS II, 5 CREDITS
              YANNOTTA                           $385       $32.50   $15      $432.50         Topics and applications of integration.
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a C or better or                        MTH-252-01 213868 RR204                T          10-11:50AM
              placement in MTH-111. At Harmony Community Campus.                                                             RR204                TH         10-12:50PM
                                                                                                            HULL                                  $385       $32.50   $15           $432.50
MTH-112      TRIGONOMETRY/PRE-CALCULUS, 5 CREDITS                                                           Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
A transfer course designed for students preparing for calculus.                                             placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-251 with a C or better.
Standards-based approaches to trigonometric functions, polar coor-
dinates, vectors, and parametric equations. Particular attention will                         MTH-254      VECTOR CALCULUS, 5 CREDITS
be paid to modeling applications and solving problems.                                        An introduction to the study of curves and surfaces in space, partial
                                                                                              derivatives, curve and surface integrals, and applications of these
             MTH-112-01 213858 S134              T          10-11:50AM                        topics.
                               S134              TH         10-12:50PM
                                                                                                           MTH-254-01 213869 RR204                TTH        3-5:20PM
              KYSER                              $385       $32.50   $15      $432.50
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                               SIMMONS                               $385       $32.50   $15           $432.50
              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-111 with a C or better or                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              placement in MTH-112.                                                                         placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-252 with a C or better.
             MTH-112-02 213859 RR205             MW         2-4:20PM
              BARATTO                            $385       $32.50   $15
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                                                                              $432.50         Medical Assistant
              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-111 with a C or better or           The CCC Medical Assistant program is a three-term program of 54 credits
              placement in MTH-112.                                                           which prepares graduates for entry level practice into the ambulatory care
                                                                                              setting.
MTH-211      FUND OF ELEMENTARY MATH I, 4 CREDITS
The first in a three-term sequence designed for prospective elemen-                           MA-110       MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY, 3 CREDITS
tary education majors. Topics include problem solving, set theory,                            Understanding and effectively communicating with other health-
number theory, and whole numbers.                                                             care professionals. Includes pronunciation, spelling, and meaning of
             MTH-211-01 213860 RR204             TTH        8-9:50AM                          words. Introduction to pathophysiology/disease processes.
              SHELLABARGER                       $308       $26      $15          $349        ✔	           MA-110-01       211630 H320            TTH        10-11:20AM
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                               STAFF                                 $231       $19.50   $30           $280.50
              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a C or better or                          At Harmony Community Campus.
              placement in MTH-111.                                                                        MA-110-02       211632 ONLINE
MTH-243      STATISTICS I, 4 CREDITS                                                                        OLSON                                 $231       $19.50       $65       $315.50
Descriptive statistics, obervational studies, experiments, elementary                                       Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: darreno@
probability, random variables, and sampling distributions.                                                  clackamas.edu or 503-913-0838. At Harmony Community Campus.
             MTH-243-01 213861 RR204             WF         10-11:50AM                                     MA-110-03       211633 ONLINE
              STAFF                              $308       $26      $15          $349                      OLSON                                 $231       $19.50       $65       $315.50
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: darreno@
              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-105 or MTH-111 with a C or                        clackamas.edu or 503-913-0838. At Harmony Community Campus.
              better or placement in MTH-112.                                                 MA-112       MEDICAL OFFICE PRACTICE, 4 CREDITS
             MTH-243-02 213862 RR206             MW         8-9:50AM                          Examines medical law and bioethics and introduces students to the
              HULL                               $308       $26      $15          $349        administrative and transdisciplinary skills/competencies of a medi-
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                 cal assistant.
              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-105 or MTH-111 with a C or          ✔	           MA-112-01       211635 H310            MW         10-11:50AM
              better or placement in MTH-112.
                                                                                                            STAFF                                 $308       $26      $75             $409
             MTH-243-03 213863 RR206             TTH        1-2:50PM                                        Required: Instructor consent. Corequisite: MA-145, MA-110, & BI-055 or
              SIMMONS                            $308       $26      $15          $349                      BI-102. At Harmony Community Campus.
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-105 or MTH-111 with a C or          MA-115       PHLEBOTOMY, 1 CREDIT
              better or placement in MTH-112.                                                 Develops basic understanding and application of blood specimen
                                                                                              collection and handling techniques used in the ambulatory care set-
             MTH-243-04 213864 RR206             TTH        6-7:50PM
              SIMMONS                            $308       $26      $15          $349        ting and hospital laboratory setting.
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                 ✔	           MA-115-01  211636 H335                 M          10-11:50AM
              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-105 or MTH-111 with a C or                        GRANT/WAND                            $77        $6.50    $200 $283.50
              better or placement in MTH-112.                                                               Restricted: CLA Students Only. Required: Instructor consent. Corequisite:
             MTH-243-05 213865 ONLINE                                                                       MA-110, MA-121, & BI-055 or BI-102. At Harmony Community Campus.
              SIMMONS                            $308       $26        $50        $384        MA-145       MEDICAL CODING & HEALTH INFORMATION
              Online. Contact: bruces@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3332. Recommended:                          MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS
              Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in                 ICD9/CPT coding, insurance and billing, accounts receivable and
              WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-105 or MTH-111 with a C or better or             data management in the ambulatory care office. This course does
              placement in MTH-112.                                                           NOT meet the requirement for the Medical Office Administrative As-
MTH-251      CALCULUS I, 5 CREDITS                                                            sistant Certificate.
Topics and applications of differentiation.                                                   ✔	           MA-145-01       211637 OIT152          TTH        8:30-9:50AM
             MTH-251-01 213866 S134              WF         10-12:20PM                                      STAFF                                 $231       $19.50    $30          $280.50
              LEWANDOWSKI                        $385       $32.50   $15      $432.50                       This course will NOT meet the requirement for the Medical Office Adminis-
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                               trative Assistant Certificate. Restricted: MA students only. Required: Instruc-
              placement in WR-121. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-112 with a C or better or                         tor consent. Corequisite: MA-110, MA-112, & BI-055 or BI-102. At Harmony
              placement in MTH-251.                                                                         Community Campus.
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                                 Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition   Fee            Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee            Crs. Fee     Total



                 Music                                                                                            MUP-158      CHAMBER ENSEMBLE, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                  Rehearsal and performance of traditional vocal and instrumental
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                 MUP-102      CONCERT BAND, 0 CREDIT                                                              chamber music (one musician per part). Includes concerts and
                 Performance and study of traditional and contemporary band litera-                               coaching by area professionals. Highly recommended for music ma-
                 ture. Emphasis on musical style and basic instrumental techniques                                jors. May be repeated for up to 8 credits.
                 as applied to ensemble playing. No audition required. Tuition waiv-                                           MUP-158-01 212419 N114                W         10-10:50AM
                 ers available. May be repeated for up to 8 credits.                                                            NELSON                               $77       $6.50    $85          $168.50
                              MUP-102-01 212410 N119                MWF       12-12:50PM                                        Required: Weekly rehearsal times to be arranged among students and
                                                N119                TTH       12-1:20PM                                         instructor. Recommended: MUP-102 or MUP-122.
                               MILLS                                $0        $0       $0                  $0     MUP-202      CONCERT BAND, 0 CREDIT
                               Required: Ability to read music and play a band instrument.                        Performance and study of traditional and contemporary band litera-
                 MUP-102      CONCERT BAND, 1-2V CREDITS                                                          ture. Emphasis on musical style and basic instrumental techniques
                              MUP-102-02 212411 N119  MWF                     12-12:50PM                          as applied to ensemble playing. No audition required. Tuition waiv-
                                                N119  TTH                     12-1:20PM                           ers available. May be repeated for up to 8 credits.
                               MILLS                  $154                    $13      $0               $167V                  MUP-202-01 212447 N119                MWF       12-12:50PM
                               Required: Ability to read music and play a band instrument.                                                       N119                TTH       12-1:20PM
                                                                                                                                MILLS                                $0        $0       $0                  $0
                 MUP-104      PEP BAND/COMBO-IMPROV, 0 CREDIT                                                                   Required: Ability to read music and play a band instrument.
                 Instrumental performing group concentrating on rock, pop, and
                 contemporary styles in the small to medium-sized group setting. No                               MUP-202      CONCERT BAND, 1-2V CREDITS
                 audition required. May be repeated for up to 8 credits.                                                       MUP-202-02 212448 N119  MWF                     12-12:50PM
                              MUP-104-01 212412 N119                M         4-4:50PM                                                           N119  TTH                     12-1:20PM
                               WAKELING                             $0        $0       $0                  $0                   MILLS                  $154                    $13      $0               $167V
                               Recommended: MUP-105 or MUP-125.                                                                 Required: Ability to read music and play a band instrument.
                 MUP-104      PEP BAND/COMBO-IMPROV, 1 CREDIT                                                     MUP-204      PEP BAND/COMBO-IMPROV, 0 CREDIT
                              MUP-104-02 212413 N119 M     4-4:50PM                                               Instrumental performing group concentrating on rock, pop, and
                               WAKELING              $77   $6.50    $0                                  $83.50    contemporary styles in the small to medium-sized group setting. No
                               Recommended: MUP-105 or MUP-125.                                                   audition required. May be repeated for up to 8 credits.
                 MUP-105      JAZZ ENSEMBLE, 2 CREDITS                                                                         MUP-204-01 212449 N119                M         4-4:50PM
                 Instrumental performing group concentrating on jazz, Afro-Cuban,                                               WAKELING                             $0        $0       $0                  $0
                 funk, and contemporary styles in the ‘big band’ setting. Includes ex-                                          Recommended: MUP-205 or MUP-225.
                 ploration of jazz improvisation and styles of famous jazz orchestras                             MUP-204      PEP BAND/COMBO-IMPROV, 1 CREDIT
                 and composers. May be repeated for up to 8 credits.                                                           MUP-204-02 212450 N119 M     4-4:50PM
                              MUP-105-01 212414 N119                MWF       2-3:50PM                                          WAKELING              $77   $6.50    $0                                  $83.50
                               WAKELING                             $154      $13      $0                $167                   Recommended: MUP-205 or MUP-225.
                               Recommended: MUP-102 & MUP-104.                                                    MUP-205      JAZZ ENSEMBLE, 2 CREDITS
                 MUP-122      CHAMBER CHOIR, 2 CREDITS                                                            Instrumental performing group concentrating on jazz, Afro-Cuban,
                 Select vocal ensemble which rehearses and performs choral music                                  funk, and contemporary styles in the ‘big-band’ setting. Includes ex-
                 from the Renaissance to the 21st century. Provides preparation for                               ploration of jazz improvisation and styles of famous jazz orchestras
                 entering professional fields of music and performance. Emphasis on                               and composers. May be repeated for up to 8 credits.
                 a cappella singing applied to appropriate chamber music. Recom-                                               MUP-205-01 212451 N119                MWF       2-3:50PM
                 mended for vocal music majors. By audition. May be repeated for up                                             WAKELING                             $154      $13      $0                $167
                 to 8 credits.                                                                                                  Recommended: MUP-202 & MUP-204.
                              MUP-122-01 212416 N114                MWF       11-11:50AM                          MUP-222      CHAMBER CHOIR, 2 CREDITS
                                                N114                TTH       10:30-11:50AM                       Select vocal ensemble which rehearses and performs choral music
                               CLINE                                $154      $13       $52              $219     from the Renaissance to the 21st century. Provides preparation for
                               By audition.                                                                       entering professional fields of music and performance. Emphasis on
                 MUP-125      VJE: MAINSTREAM, 2 CREDITS                                                          a cappella singing applied to appropriate chamber music. Recom-
                 Performing ensemble that cultivates musical, professional, and                                   mended for vocal music majors. By audition. May be repeated for up
                 personal growth through rehearsal and performance with rhythm                                    to 8 credits.
                 section of jazz, rock, pop, funk, and fusion. Includes study of jazz                                          MUP-222-01 212452 N114                MWF       11-11:50AM
                 as it applies to vocal ensemble combined with rhythm section. Em-                                                               N114                TTH       10:30-11:50AM
                 phasis on style, improvisation, and techniques. By audition. May be                                            CLINE                                $154      $13       $52              $219
                 repeated for up to 8 credits.                                                                                  By audition.
                              MUP-125-01 212417 N114                MWF       2-3:50PM                            MUP-225      VJE: MAINSTREAM, 2 CREDITS
                               CLINE                                $154      $13      $52               $219     Performing ensemble that cultivates musical, professional, and
                               By audition. Recommended: MUP-104.                                                 personal growth through rehearsal and performance with rhythm
                 MUP-141      COLLEGE ORCHESTRA, 1 CREDIT                                                         section of jazz, rock, pop, funk, and fusion. Emphasis on style, im-
                 Performance and study of orchestral literature. College students may                             provisation, and techniques. By audition. May be repeated for up to
                 earn credit for playing in one of several approved orchestral groups.                            8 credits.
                 Minimum of one performance per term. May be repeated for up to                                                MUP-225-01 212453 N114                MWF       2-3:50PM
                 8 credits.                                                                                                     CLINE                                $154      $13      $52               $219
                              MUP-141-01 212418 N128                                                                            By audition. Recommended: MUP-204.
                               WAKELING                             $77       $6.50          $0         $83.50
                               Required: Instructor consent.


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact                  V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                       cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                              NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
              Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee      Total


MUP-241      COLLEGE ORCHESTRA, 1 CREDIT                                                       MUS-109      INTRO TO AUDIO RECORDING III, 3 CREDITS
Performance and study of orchestral literature. College students may                           Exploration of digital recording/editing software and production of




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earn credit for playing in one of several approved orchestral groups.                          CD project. Advanced exploration of techniques and tools used in
Minimum of one performance per term. May be repeated for up to                                 audio recording. Areas of study include signal path, microphone ap-
8 credits.                                                                                     plications, software, hardware, outboard gear, tracking, mixing, and
             MUP-241-01 212454 N128                TBA        TBA                              editing. Analog, digital, and hard drive recording will be explored.
              WAKELING                             $77        $6.50       $0         $83.50    Software/hardware includes ProTools, ADAT, Mackie, etc.
              Required: Instructor consent.                                                                 MUS-109-02 212499 N217              W         9-11:50AM
MUP-258      CHAMBER ENSEMBLE, 1 CREDIT                                                                      BASKERVILLE                        $231      $19.50   $99          $349.50
                                                                                                             Prerequisite: Pass MUS-107 & MUS-108.
Rehearsal and performance of traditional vocal and instrumental
chamber music (one musician per part). Includes concerts and                                                MUS-109-01 212498 N217              TH        6:30-9:20PM
coaching by area professionals. Highly recommended for music ma-                                             ROSE                               $231      $19.50    $99         $349.50
                                                                                                             Prerequisite: Pass MUS-107 & MUS-108.
jors. May be repeated for up to 8 credits.
             MUP-258-01 212455 N114                W          10-10:50AM                       MUS-111      MUSIC THEORY I, 3 CREDITS
              NELSON                               $77        $6.50    $85        $168.50      For non-majors and music majors. Presents the diatonic material
              Required: Weekly rehearsal times to be arranged among students and               and structure of tonal music in theory and practice through written
              instructor. Recommended: MUP-202 or MUP-222.                                     exercises, compositions, listening, and analysis. Provides a thorough
                                                                                               groundwork in the melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic elements of
MUS-101      MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS, 3 CREDITS                                                     music. Includes study of the practices and styles of Bach, Haydn,
Introduction to fundamentals of reading and writing music. De-                                 Mozart, Beethoven, and other 17th and 18th century composers.
signed for non-music majors or majors needing substantial prepara-                             Required for music majors.
tion for Music Theory I.
                                                                                                            MUS-111-01 212500 N217              TTH       4:30-5:50PM
             MUS-101-01 212490 N217                TTH        3-4:20PM                                       DEITZ                              $231      $19.50    $0          $250.50
              DEITZ                                $231       $19.50   $10        $260.50                    Required: Ability to read music. Recommended: Pass MTH-095 or
             MUS-101-02 212491 ONLINE                                                                        placement in MTH-111; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass
              HEDBERG                              $231       $19.50      $45     $295.50                    WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
              Distance Learning: Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/
                                                                                               MUS-111L MIDI LAB I, 1 CREDIT
              Contact: krumet1@gmail.com or 503-594-3337.
                                                                                               Introduces students to Finale (music notation software) on Macin-
MUS-105      MUSIC APPRECIATION, 3 CREDITS                                                     tosh computers. Required for first-year music majors.
For non-majors and music majors. Emphasis on engaging in the                                                MUS-111L-01 212501 N216             M         1-1:50PM
study of instrumental and vocal musical genres from the ancient                                              MILLS                              $77       $6.50    $44          $127.50
period through the contemporary music of our time. Includes criti-                                           Required: Two additional hours per week to be arranged among students
cal analysis, study of elements, forms, styles, composers, performers,                                       and instructor.
cultural, and historical issues and events.
                                                                                               MUS-114      AURAL SKILLS I, 2 CREDITS
             MUS-105-01 212492 ONLINE
                                                                                               Diatonic sight singing in major keys using sol feg syllables and
              HEDBERG                              $231       $19.50      $45     $295.50      moveable ‘do.’ Melodic dictation and aural recognition of intervals
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: krumet1@
                                                                                               and triads. Required for first-year music majors.
              gmail.com or 503-594-3337. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in
              RD-115, and pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                                               MUS-114-01 212502 N217              W         4-5:50PM
                                                                                                             DEITZ                              $154      $13      $0             $167
MUS-106      AUDIO RECORDING AT HOME, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                               MUS-117      SIGHT-READING, 1 CREDIT
An overview of the basic tools and techniques used in audio re-
cording at home. Get help with your home recording equipment.                                  Learning to read and sing music by sight. Students will spend time
Depending on participant needs, topics may include signal path, mi-                            practicing sightsinging, starting with easy exercises and moving to
crophone applications, software, hardware, outboard gear, soldering                            more difficult exercises as the term progresses.
techniques, tracking, mixing, and editing.                                                                  MUS-117-01 212503 N114   T                    6:30-8:20PM
                                                                                                             DENBESTE                $77                  $6.50     $85         $168.50
             MUS-106-01 212493 N217                F          6:30-8:20PM
                               N217                S          9-5:50PM                         MUS-127      KEYBOARD SKILLS I, 2 CREDITS
              ROSE                                 $77        $6.50     $99       $182.50      Develops basic keyboard skills. Studies keyboard applications of the
              Meets: 10/21 & 10/22.                                                            materials of tonal music. Required for music majors.
MUS-107      INTRO TO AUDIO RECORDING I, 3 CREDITS                                                          MUS-127-01 212504 N216  WF     1-1:50PM
Introduction to the basic techniques and tools used in audio record-                                         MIYAMA                 $154   $13      $10                           $177
ing. Areas of study include signal path, microphone applications,                              MUS-130      MUSIC MEDIA: SEX, DRUGS & ROCK, 1 CREDIT
software, hardware, outboard gear, soldering techniques, tracking,                             Explores the relationship of music to economic, political, cultural
mixing, and editing.                                                                           and artistic subjects. Examines how music serves and is served by
             MUS-107-02 212495 N217 M        9-11:50AM                                         pop culture and media.
              BASKERVILLE           $231     $19.50    $99                        $349.50      ✔	           MUS-130-01 212506 OIT191            F         6:30-9:20PM
             MUS-107-01 212494 N217 T        6:30-9:20PM                                                                      OIT191            S         9-5:20PM
              ROSE                  $231     $19.50    $99                        $349.50                    PANTAGES/DEITZ                     $77       $6.50     $25         $108.50
                                                                                                             Meets: 11/4 & 11/5. At Harmony Community Campus.
MUS-108      INTRO TO AUDIO RECORDING II, 3 CREDITS
Exploration of techniques and tools used in audio recording. Ana-                              ✔	           MUS-130-15 212507 W112              F         6:30-9:20PM
log, digital, and hard drive recording will be explored. Areas of                                                             W112              S         9-5:20PM
study include multi-tracking, signal path, microphone applications,                                          PANTAGES/DEITZ                     $0        $0      $108.50 $108.50
                                                                                                             Meets: 11/18 & 11/19. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
software, hardware, outboard gear, soldering techniques, tracking,
mixing, and editing. Software/hardware includes ProTools, ADAT,                                MUS-131      PIANO FOR PLEASURE, 1 CREDIT
Mackie, etc.                                                                                   Beginning classroom piano instruction for non-music majors. In-
             MUS-108-02 212497 N217                W          9-11:50AM                        cludes reading, theory, technique, exercises, and the opportunity to
              BASKERVILLE                          $231       $19.50   $99        $349.50      share your music with others. All levels welcome, beginners through
              Prerequisite: Pass MUS-107.                                                      advanced.
             MUS-108-01 212496 N217                TH         6:30-9:20PM                                   MUS-131-01 212508 N216              WF        12-12:50PM
              ROSE                                 $231       $19.50    $99       $349.50                    MIYAMA                             $77       $6.50    $85          $168.50
              Prerequisite: Pass MUS-107.
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                     Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room   Day       Time                                     Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
                               Instructor                       Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee     Total


                 Music, continued                                                                     MUS-148      LIVE SOUND ENGINEERING, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                      Introduction to the basic techniques and tools used in live sound
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                 MUS-134      GROUP VOICE, 1 CREDIT                                                   engineering and mixing. Areas of study include set up, signal path,
                 Basic vocal techniques for the solo and ensemble singer. For music                   microphone applications, hardware and outboard gear.
                 and non-music majors, voice and music education majors, and/or                                    MUS-148-01 212519 N119 TH     6:30-9:20PM
                 students who received low rating on MUP-174 audition.                                              SOMMERS               $231   $19.50    $99                      $349.50
                              MUS-134-01 212509 N114  MW    12-12:50PM                                MUS-189      PERFORMANCE AND REPERTOIRE, 1 CREDIT
                               DENBESTE               $77   $6.50    $85                  $168.50     A performance forum required for all students studying privately
                                                                                                      non-jazz sections at the MUP 171-191 and MUP 271-291 levels.
                 MUS-137      GROUP GUITAR I: GUITAR/DUMMIES, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                      Each student must perform as a soloist on his/her major instrument
                 For beginning to advanced players. Covers finger picking, lead gui-
                                                                                                      at least once a term and must be present for performances of class-
                 tar, rock and popular styles, music reading, and music theory. Stu-
                                                                                                      mates. Performers will be critiqued by the instructor. Students will
                 dents provide their own instrument.
                                                                                                      be required to attend approved concerts.
                              MUS-137-01 212510 N217   TTH                11-11:50AM
                                                                                                                   MUS-189-01 212520 N114   M       4-4:50PM
                               SNYDER                  $77                $6.50    $85    $168.50                   MIYAMA                  $77     $6.50    $0                         $83.50
                 MUS-140      CAREERS IN MUSIC, 3 CREDITS                                             MUS-206      MUSIC LIT: HISTORY OF ROCK, 4 CREDITS
                 An overview of the music industry career opportunities. Studies                      For non-majors and music majors. Emphasis on engaging in the
                 include recording studio management/engineering, music merchan-                      study of Rock music and surrounding cultural/historical issues. In-
                 dising, promotion, music contracting, agent/personal manager, live                   cludes critical analysis, study of elements, forms, styles, composers,
                 performing, teaching, technical support, record business, video and                  performers, cultural, and historical issues and events. An examina-
                 film production/editing, retailing, and instrument repair. Required                  tion of Rock music as a contemporary social medium.
                 course for the Music Technology certificate.
                                                                                                                   MUS-206-03 212523 N119              MWF        10-10:50AM
                              MUS-140-01 212511 N114  W      6:30-9:20PM                                            MILLS                              $308       $26      $0            $334
                               MILLS                  $231   $19.50    $0                 $250.50                   Required: Attendance at three concert field trips TBA. Recommended: Pass
                 MUS-142      INTRO TO ELECTRONIC MUSIC, 3 CREDITS                                                  RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                 Introduction to synthesis, MIDI sequencing, basic musical elements,                  ✔	           MUS-206-04 212524 OIT191            TTH        10-11:50AM
                 and the basics of production. Learn how to make beats, loops, etc.                                 LOTZ                               $308       $26      $0            $334
                 Uses common production software/hardware.                                                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                              MUS-142-01 212513 N216    T                 9-11:50AM                                 placement in WR-121. At Harmony Community Campus.
                               GIBERSON                 $231              $19.50    $99   $349.50     ✔	           MUS-206-01 212521 OIT191            T          6-9:50PM
                              MUS-142-02 212514 N216    M                 6:30-9:20PM                               LOTZ                               $308       $26      $0            $334
                               ROSE                     $231              $19.50    $99   $349.50                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                 MUS-143      ELECTRONIC MUSIC II, 3 CREDITS                                                        placement in WR-121. At Harmony Community Campus.
                 An introduction to digital audio in the MIDI environment. Course                                  MUS-206-02 212522 ONLINE
                 continues MIDI sequencing and integrates audio into the MIDI envi-                                 HEDBERG                            $308       $26        $35         $369
                 ronment. Uses common production software/hardware.                                                 Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: krumet1@
                              MUS-143-01 212515 N216            W         6:30-9:20PM                               gmail.com or 503-594-3337. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in
                               ROSE                             $231      $19.50    $99   $349.50                   RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                               Prerequisite: Pass MUS-142.                                            MUS-211      MUSIC THEORY II, 3 CREDITS
                 MUS-144      ELECTRONIC MUSIC III, 3 CREDITS                                         For non-majors and music majors. Continuation of the study of
                 Exploration of digital sound recording and editing, synthesis, sam-                  harmony and of the material and structure of tonal music in theory
                 pling, and sequencing. Presents CD production techniques integrat-                   and practice through written exercises, compositions, listening, and
                 ing digital audio with the MIDI sequence. Uses Pro Tools, and other                  analysis. Includes study of harmonic counterpoint and composition
                 common production software/hardware.                                                 in small forms in various 18th, 19th and 20th century idioms. Re-
                              MUS-144-01 212516 N216            W         6:30-9:20PM                 quired for music majors.
                               ROSE                             $231      $19.50    $99   $349.50                  MUS-211-01 212526 N217              TTH        1:30-2:50PM
                               Prerequisites: Pass MUS-143.                                                         DEITZ                              $231       $19.50    $269 $519.50
                 MUS-145      DIGITAL SOUND/VIDEO/ANIMATION, 3 CREDITS                                              Recommended: Pass MTH-095 or placement in MTH-111, pass RD-090 or
                                                                                                                    placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Prerequisites:
                 An introduction to new media. Includes sound, video, animation,
                                                                                                                    Pass MUS-113 and MUS-113L.
                 mp3, DVD, and compression technology.
                              MUS-145-01 212517 N216 TH     9-11:50AM                                 MUS-211L MIDI LAB II, 1 CREDIT
                               GIBERSON              $231   $19.50   $99                  $349.50     Advanced use of Finale (music notation software). Required for
                                                                                                      second-year music majors.
                 MUS-147      MUSIC, SOUND & MOVIEMAKING, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                   MUS-211L-01 212527 N216             M          9-9:50AM
                 Introduction to music and sound as related to moviemaking. Stu-
                 dents will have the opportunity to create and assemble music,                                      MILLS                              $77        $6.50    $44      $127.50
                                                                                                                    Required: Two additional hours per week to be arranged among students
                 sound, and video into a finished product.
                                                                                                                    and instructor. Prerequisite: Pass MUS-113L.
                              MUS-147-01 212518 N216            F         6:30-8:20PM
                                                N216            S         9-5:50PM                    MUS-214      KEYBOARD SKILLS II, 2 CREDITS
                               ROSE                             $77       $6.50     $99   $182.50     Advanced keyboard applications of the materials of diatonic and
                               Meets: 11/4 & 11/5.                                                    chromatic music. Required for second-year music majors.
                                                                                                                   MUS-214-01 212528 N216              WF         9-9:50AM
                                                                                                                    MIYAMA                             $154       $13      $85           $252
                                                                                                                    Prerequisite: Pass MUS-129.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact      V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class           cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                  NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room   Day       Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                       Tuition   Fee     Crs. Fee   Total


MUS-224      AURAL SKILLS II, 2 CREDITS                                                    MUP-171      IND. LESSONS: PIANO, 1 CREDIT
Diatonic and chromatic sight singing with sol feg syllables and                                         MUP-171-01 212420 N128




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moveable ‘do.’ Four-part dictation including all chromatic devices                                       MIYAMA                   $77               $6.50   $269 $352.50
studied in Theory II. Required for second-year music majors.                                             Corequisite: MUS-189.
             MUS-224-01 212530 N217               T         9-9:50AM                       MUP-171J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ PIANO, 1 CREDIT
                               N217               W         1-1:50PM                                MUP-171J-01 212421 N128
              DEITZ                               $154      $13      $85           $252              GIBERSON                 $77    $6.50                  $269 $352.50
              Prerequisite: Pass MUS-116.
                                                                                           MUP-174 IND. LESSONS: VOICE, 1 CREDIT
MUS-230      MUSIC MEDIA: SEX, DRUGS, ROCK, 4 CREDITS                                               MUP-174-01 212422 N128
Explores history and development of the pop music, pop culture                                       DENBESTE                 $77    $6.50                  $269 $352.50
and media industries in America.                                                                         Corequisite: MUS-189.
             MUS-230-01 212531 N114  TTH                    1-2:50PM
                                                                                           MUP-174J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ VOICE, 1 CREDIT
              PANTAGES               $308                   $26      $25           $359
                                                                                                    MUP-174J-01 212423 N128
MUS-280      MUSIC/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                 CLINE                    $77    $6.50                  $269 $352.50
Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
work experience in the field of music. Required: Instructor consent                        MUP-175 IND. LESSONS: VIOLIN, 1 CREDIT
& a CWE seminar. Prerequisites: Pass MUS-107, MUS-140 and MUS-                                      MUP-175-01 212424 N128
142.                                                                                                 BALDINO                  $77    $6.50                  $269 $352.50
                                                                                                         Corequisite: MUS-189.
             MUS-280-01 212533 JOBSITE
              DOGGETT/LOTZ                        $462      $39        $114       $615V    MUP-176      IND. LESSONS: VIOLA, 1 CREDIT
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar. Prerequisites: Pass                         MUP-176-01 212425 N128
              MUS-107, MUS-140 and MUS-142.                                                              STAFF                    $77               $6.50   $269 $352.50
                                                                                                         Corequisite: MUS-189.
WKS-007      UNISTUS CHOIR, 0 CREDIT
Select choir: by audition only.                                                            MUP-177      IND. LESSONS: CELLO, 1 CREDIT
             WKS-007-01 212534 N114               M         6:30-9:20PM                                 MUP-177-01 212426 N128
             CLINE                                $0        $0        $0             $0                  PRESTHUS                 $77               $6.50   $269 $352.50
                                                                                                         Corequisite: MUS-189.

Music: Individual Lessons                                                                  MUP-178      IND. LESSONS: BASS, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                        MUP-178-01 212427 N128
College level private lessons required for music majors and available to qual-
                                                                                                         WAKELING/DEITZ           $77               $6.50   $269 $352.50
ified non-majors. End-of-term juried performance mandatory. Students will                                Corequisite: MUS-189.
pay a $269 private instruction fee at the time of registration when noted in
the course fee column which is nonrefundable. This fee may not cover the                   MUP-178J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ BASS, 1 CREDIT
entire cost of private lessons. MUP-100, MUP-171-191 and MUP-271-291                                MUP-178J-01 212428 N128
must fill out schedule card in the Music office (N128) before registering.                           WAKELING/DEITZ            $77    $6.50                 $269 $352.50
                                                                                           MUP-180 IND. LESSONS: GUITAR, 1 CREDIT
MUP-100      IND. LESSONS: NON-MUSIC MAJORS, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                    MUP-180-01 212429 N128
Private lessons for beginners, non-music majors, and students who
receive a low rating in MUP 171-191 auditions. Brass, woodwind,                                      DAVIS                     $77    $6.50                 $269 $352.50
                                                                                                         Corequisite: MUS-189.
percussion, string and keyboard instruments, and voice. May be re-
peated for up to 6 credits.                                                                MUP-180J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ GUITAR, 1 CREDIT
             MUP-100-01 212398        N128                                                          MUP-180J-01 212430 N128
              DENBESTE                            $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50                  WOITACH                  $77    $6.50                  $269 $352.50
             MUP-100-02 212399        N128                                                 MUP-181 IND. LESSONS: FLUTE, 1 CREDIT
              MIYAMA                              $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50                 MUP-181-01 212431 N128
             MUP-100-03 212400        N128                                                           GIFFORD/MURPHY           $77    $6.50                  $269 $352.50
              CLINE                               $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50                      Corequisite: MUS-189.
             MUP-100-04 212401        N128                                                 MUP-181J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ FLUTE, 1 CREDIT
              DAVIS                               $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50                 MUP-181J-01 212432 N128
             MUP-100-05 212402        N128                                                           HARRIS                    $77   $6.50                  $269 $352.50
              SNYDER                              $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50
                                                                                           MUP-182 IND. LESSONS: OBOE, 1 CREDIT
             MUP-100-06 212403        N128
                                                                                                    MUP-182-01 212433 N128
              BALDINO                             $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50
                                                                                                     PITKIN                    $77   $6.50                  $269 $352.50
             MUP-100-07 212404        N128                                                               Corequisite: MUS-189.
              ALLEN                               $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50
             MUP-100-08 212405        N128                                                 MUP-183      IND. LESSONS: CLARINET, 1 CREDIT
              DOGGETT                             $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50                     MUP-183-01 212434 N128
             MUP-100-09 212406        N128                                                               HARRIS                    $77   $6.50              $269 $352.50
                                                                                                         Corequisite: MUS-189.
              GIBERSON                            $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50
             MUP-100-10 212407        N128                                                 MUP-183J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ CLARINET, 1 CREDIT
              HARRIS                              $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50                 MUP-183J-01 212435 N128
             MUP-100-11 212408        N128                                                           WAKELING                 $77    $6.50                  $269 $352.50
              RUTHERFORD                          $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50        MUP-184 IND. LESSONS: SAXOPHONE, 1 CREDIT
             MUP-100-12 212409        N128                                                          MUP-184-01 212436 N128
              DEITZ/WAKELING                      $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50                  HARRIS                   $77    $6.50                  $269 $352.50
             MUP-100-13 213451                                                                           Corequisite: MUS-189.
              WOITACH                             $77       $6.50      $269 $352.50        MUP-184J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ SAXOPHONE, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                    MUP-184J-01 212437 N128
                                                                                                     HARRIS                  $77    $6.50  $269 $352.50
                                                                                                                                                               Continued

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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                    Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room   Day       Time                                    Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
                               Instructor                       Tuition   Fee     Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee     Crs. Fee   Total


                 Music, continued                                                                    MUP-278      IND. LESSONS: BASS, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                  MUP-278-01 212464 N128
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                 MUP-185      IND. LESSONS: BASSOON, 1 CREDIT                                                      WAKELING/DEITZ           $77                 $6.50   $269 $352.50
                              MUP-185-01 212438 N128                                                               Corequisite: MUS-189.
                               STAFF                    $77   $6.50               $269 $352.50       MUP-278J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ BASS, 1 CREDIT
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                          MUP-278J-01 212465 N128
                 MUP-186      IND. LESSONS: TRUMPET, 1 CREDIT                                                  WAKELING                  $77    $6.50                   $269 $352.50
                              MUP-186-01 212439 N128                                                 MUP-280 IND. LESSONS: GUITAR, 1 CREDIT
                               RUTHERFORD               $77   $6.50               $269 $352.50                MUP-280-01 212466 N128
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                           DAVIS                     $77    $6.50                   $269 $352.50
                 MUP-186J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ TRUMPET, 1 CREDIT                                                     Corequisite: MUS-189.
                          MUP-186J-01 212440 N128                                                    MUP-280J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ GUITAR, 1 CREDIT
                           MAZZIO                  $77    $6.50                   $269 $352.50                MUP-280J-01 212467 N128
                 MUP-188 IND. LESSONS: TROMBONE, 1 CREDIT                                                      WOITACH                  $77    $6.50                    $269 $352.50
                          MUP-188-01 212441 N128                                                     MUP-281 IND. LESSONS: FLUTE, 1 CREDIT
                           NELSON                  $77    $6.50                   $269 $352.50                MUP-281-01 212468 N128
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                           MURPHY                   $77    $6.50                    $269 $352.50
                 MUP-188J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ TROMBONE, 1 CREDIT                                                    Corequisite: MUS-189.
                          MUP-188J-01 212442 N128                                                    MUP-281J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ FLUTE, 1 CREDIT
                           STAFF                   $77    $6.50                   $269 $352.50                MUP-281J-01 212469 N128
                 MUP-189 IND. LESSONS: BARITONE, 1 CREDIT                                                      HARRIS                    $77   $6.50                    $269 $352.50
                          MUP-189-01 212443 N128                                                     MUP-282 IND. LESSONS: OBOE, 1 CREDIT
                           STAFF                   $77    $6.50                   $269 $352.50                MUP-282-01 212470 N128
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                           STAFF                     $77   $6.50                    $269 $352.50
                 MUP-190      IND. LESSONS: TUBA, 1 CREDIT                                                         Corequisite: MUS-189.
                              MUP-190-01 212444 N128                                                 MUP-283      IND. LESSONS: CLARINET, 1 CREDIT
                               STAFF                    $77               $6.50   $269 $352.50                    MUP-283-01 212471 N128
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                               STAFF                     $77   $6.50                $269 $352.50
                 MUP-191      IND. LESSONS: PERCUSSION, 1 CREDIT                                                   Corequisite: MUS-189.
                              MUP-191-01 212445 N128                                                 MUP-283J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ CLARINET, 1 CREDIT
                               ALLEN                    $77   $6.50               $269 $352.50                MUP-283J-01 212472 N128
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                           WAKELING                 $77    $6.50                    $269 $352.50
                 MUP-191J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ PERCUSSION, 1 CREDIT                                    MUP-284 IND. LESSONS: SAXOPHONE, 1 CREDIT
                          MUP-191J-01 212446 N128                                                             MUP-284-01 212473 N128
                           DOGGETT                 $77     $6.50  $269 $352.50                                 HARRIS                   $77    $6.50                    $269 $352.50
                 MUP-271 IND. LESSONS: PIANO, 1 CREDIT                                                             Corequisite: MUS-189.
                          MUP-271-01 212456 N128                                                     MUP-284J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ SAXOPHONE, 1 CREDIT
                           MIYAMA                  $77     $6.50  $269 $352.50                                MUP-284J-01 212474 N128
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                           HARRIS                  $77    $6.50  $269 $352.50
                 MUP-271J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ PIANO, 1 CREDIT                                         MUP-285 IND. LESSONS: BASSOON, 1 CREDIT
                          MUP-271J-01 212458 N128                                                             MUP-285-01 212475 N128
                           GIBERSON                 $77    $6.50                  $269 $352.50                 STAFF                   $77    $6.50  $269 $352.50
                 MUP-274 IND. LESSONS: VOICE, 1 CREDIT                                                             Corequisite: MUS-189.
                          MUP-274-01 212459 N128                                                     MUP-286      IND. LESSONS: TRUMPET, 1 CREDIT
                           DENBESTE                 $77    $6.50                  $269 $352.50                    MUP-286-01 212476 N128
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                               RUTHERFORD               $77   $6.50                 $269 $352.50
                 MUP-274J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ VOICE, 1 CREDIT                                                       Corequisite: MUS-189.
                          MUP-274J-01 212460 N128                                                    MUP-286J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ TRUMPET, 1 CREDIT
                           CLINE                    $77    $6.50                  $269 $352.50                MUP-286J-01 212477 N128
                 MUP-275 IND. LESSONS: VIOLIN, 1 CREDIT                                                        MAZZIO                  $77    $6.50                     $269 $352.50
                          MUP-275-01 212461 N128                                                     MUP-288 IND. LESSONS: TROMBONE, 1 CREDIT
                           BALDINO                  $77    $6.50                  $269 $352.50                MUP-288-01 212478 N128
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                           NELSON                  $77    $6.50                     $269 $352.50
                 MUP-276      IND. LESSONS: VIOLA, 1 CREDIT                                                        Corequisite: MUS-189.
                              MUP-276-01 212462 N128                                                 MUP-288J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ TROMBONE, 1 CREDIT
                               STAFF                    $77               $6.50   $269 $352.50                MUP-288J-01 212479 N128
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                           STAFF                   $77    $6.50                     $269 $352.50
                 MUP-277      IND. LESSONS: CELLO, 1 CREDIT                                          MUP-289 IND. LESSONS: BARITONE, 1 CREDIT
                              MUP-277-01 212463 N128                                                          MUP-289-01 212480 N128
                               STAFF                    $77               $6.50   $269 $352.50                 STAFF                   $77    $6.50                     $269 $352.50
                               Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                               Corequisite: MUS-189.

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact     V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class          cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                 NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


MUP-290      IND. LESSONS: TUBA, 1 CREDIT                                                  NRS-222      ACUTE CARE II & END OF LIFE, 3 CREDITS
             MUP-290-01 212481 N128                                                        This course builds on NRS-112 and focuses on more complex and/or




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              STAFF                    $77                  $6.50      $269 $352.50        unstable patient care conditions, some of which may result in death.
              Corequisite: MUS-189.                                                        These patient care conditions require strong noticing and rapid
                                                                                           decision-making skills. Evidence base is used to support appropriate
MUP-291      IND. LESSONS: PERCUSSION, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                           focused assessments, and effective, efficient nursing interventions.
             MUP-291-01 212482 N128
                                                                                           Life span and developmental factors, cultural variables, and legal as-
              ALLEN                    $77   $6.50                     $269 $352.50        pects of care frame the ethical decision-making employed in patient
              Corequisite: MUS-189.
                                                                                           choices for treatment or palliative care within the acute care setting.
MUP-291J IND. LESSONS: JAZZ PERCUSSION, 1 CREDIT                                           Case scenarios incorporate prioritizing care needs, delegation and
         MUP-291J-01 212483 N128                                                           supervision, and family and patient teaching for either discharge
          DOGGETT                 $77     $6.50  $269 $352.50                              planning or end-of-life care. Exemplars include acute conditions af-
                                                                                           fecting multiple body systems. Includes classroom and clinical learn-
Nursing                                                                                    ing experiences.
                                                                                           ✔	           NRS-222-01      213528 H230           M          8-10:50AM
The Nursing program at Clackamas Community College is a full partner in                                  REILLY                               $231       $19.50   $100 $350.50
the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education (OCNE). The curriculum in                                    Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. Prerequisite: NRS-112,
OCNE nursing programs is a competency-based curriculum developed in col-                                 NRS-231, NRS-233. At Harmony Community Campus.
laboration with Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) and other com-                   NRS-222C ACUTE CARE II-EOL CLINICAL, 6 CREDITS
munity colleges around the state. This curriculum, which has been approved                 Clinical application of NRS-222 content.
by the Oregon State Board of Education as well as the Oregon State Board                   ✔	           NRS-222C-01 213529 PMEDCLS TW                    3-11:20PM
of Nursing, can ultimately culminate in a Baccalaureate of Science Degree                                                  H250    M                     11:30-1:20PM
with a focus in Nursing on the community college campus offered by OHSU.                                 SCHNEIDER/WHALEN          $462                  $39       $180         $681
Admission into the nursing program is by special application only. Accep-                                Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. At Portland.
tance to the nursing program allows for co-enrollment to Clackamas Com-                    ✔            NRS-222C-02 213530 SUNKCLS            T          7-7:20PM
munity College and Oregon Health & Science University, School of Nursing.                                                  H250               W          10-11:50AM
                                                                                                                           TBA                W          12:30-4:20PM
The Nursing Assistant course, while not required to enter the Nursing pro-                               SMITH/SCHNEIDER                      $462       $39       $180         $681
gram, provides a strong foundation regarding the delivery of care to clients                             Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. At Portland.
in various settings.                                                                       ✔            NRS-222C-03 213531 LMPHCON            T          7-7:20PM
NRS-110      FOUNDATIONS - HEALTH PROMOTION, 5 CREDITS                                                                     H250               W          1-2:50PM
This course introduces the learner to framework of the Oregon Con-                                                         TBA                W          8:30-12:20PM
sortium of Nursing Education (OCNE) curriculum. The emphasis is                                          SCHNEIDER/SHENE                      $462       $39       $180         $681
on health promotion across the life span including learning about                                        Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. At Tualatin.
self-health and client health practices. To support self and client                        ✔            NRS-222C-04 213532 OHSUCL             TW         3-11:20PM
health practices, students learn to access research evidence about                                                         H260               M          12-1:50PM
health lifestyle patterns and risk factors for disease/illness, apply                                    THORN/SCHNEIDER                      $462       $39      $180          $681
growth and development theory, interview clients in a culturally                                         Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. At Portland.
senstive manner, work as members of a multidisciplinary team giv-                          ✔            NRS-222C-05 213533 OHSUCL             TW         7-3:20PM
ing and receiving feedback about performance, and use reflective                                                           H250               M          2-3:50PM
thinking about their practice as nursing students. Populations stud-
                                                                                                         PRICHARD/SCHNEIDER                   $462       $39      $180          $681
ied in the course include children, adults, older adults and the fam-                                    Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. At Portland.
ily experieicing a normal pregnancy. Includes classroom and clinical
learning experiences.                                                                      ✔            NRS-222C-06 213534 LMPHCON            W          7-7:20PM
                                                                                                                           H250               F          8-9:50AM
✔	           NRS-110-01      213522 H210          M         8-10:20AM
                                                                                                                           H268               F          11-2:50PM
                                    H210          F         8-10:20AM
                                                                                                         LAMARCHE/SCHNEIDER                   $462       $39      $180          $681
              DODSON                              $385      $32.50   $205 $622.50                        Restricted: Admitted CCC nursing students only. At Tualatin.
              Prerequisite: Admission into the CCC Nursing program. Corequisite: One
              NRS-100C clinical. At Harmony Community Campus.                              NUR-090      NURSING ASSISTANT I, 7 CREDITS
NRS-110C HEALTH PROMOTION CLINICAL, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                           Prepares the student to perform routine nursing assistant tasks to
Clinical application of NRS-110 content.                                                   clients in sub-acute care settings as well as and in the community.
                                                                                           Includes 75 hours of didactic and skills lab instruction.
✔	           NRS-110C-01 213523 H210              TW        7-11:50AM
                                                                                           ✔	           NUR-090-01 213536 H230                T          9-11:50AM
                                H250              T         3-4:50PM
                                                                                                                          H230                T          1-3:20PM
              SCHNEIDER                           $308      $26      $75          $409
              Corequisite: NRS-110. At Harmony Community Campus.                                                          H260                WTH        9-11:50AM
                                                                                                                          H260                WTH        1-2:50PM
✔            NRS-110C-02 213524 H210              TW        7-11:50AM
                                                                                                         ANDERSON/MILLBROOKE/LIX              $539       $45.50   $290 $874.50
                                H250              T         1-2:50PM                                     Meets: 9/27-10/27. Corequisite: One NUR-090C clinical. Contact: teresaf@
              DODSON/SCHNEIDER                    $308      $26      $75          $409                   clackamas.edu or 503-594-0650 regarding proof of competency in reading
              Corequisite: NRS-110. At Harmony Community Campus.                                         and writing. Mandatory orientation, 8/2, 9-10am, H230. At Harmony Com-
✔            NRS-110C-03 213525 H210              TW        7-11:50AM                                    munity Campus.
                                H250              W         3-4:50PM                       NUR-090C NURSING ASSISTANT I CLINICAL, 0 CREDIT
              REILLY/SCHNEIDER                    $308      $26      $75          $409     Prepares the student to perform routine nursing assistant tasks to
              Corequisite: NRS-110. At Harmony Community Campus.
                                                                                           clients in hospitals, long-term and skilled care facilities, as well as in
✔            NRS-110C-04 213526 H210              TW        7-11:50AM                      the community. Includes 75 hours of clinical practicum.
                                H250              TH        8-9:50AM                       ✔	           NUR-090C-01 213538 MQCACL TW                     6-3:20PM
              CANNON/SCHNEIDER                    $308      $26      $75          $409                   ANDERSON/MILLBROOKE      $0                     $0       $0               $0
              Corequisite: NRS-110. At Harmony Community Campus.                                         Meets: 11/1-12/10. Mandatory 3 hours orientation at clinical site/TBA.
✔            NRS-110C-05 213527 H210              TW        7-11:50AM                                    Additional 3 hours during finals week for skills testing/TBA. At Marquis Care-
                                H250              F         12-1:50PM                                    Hope Village, Canby.
              BRADBURY/SCHNEIDER                  $308      $26      $75          $409
              Corequisite: NRS-110. At Harmony Community Campus.                                                                                                        Continued

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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee     Total


                 Nursing, continued                                                                           PE-185       PHYSICAL ACTIVITY CLASSES, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                              Numerous physical activity classes that encompass leisure-type,
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                 ✔            NUR-090C-02 213539 WVCOCLS MTW                  1-9:50PM                        recreational-type and lifelong activities as well as activities related to
                               LIX                       $0                   $0       $0               $0    sports conditioning and wellness.
                               Meets: 10/31-12/10. Clinical does not meet every week. Mandatory 3 hours       Some PE-185 classes require an additional fee for facility use which
                               orientation at clinical site/TBA. Additional 3 hours during finals week for    is PAID ON SITE, for example: bowling, racquetball, and swimming.
                               skills testing/TBA. At Willamette View Health Center, Portland.                A physical examination is recommended prior to taking aerobics.
                                                                                                                           AEROBIC DANCE, STEP, 1 CREDIT
                 Philosophy                                                                                                PE-185-001 210042 R104
                                                                                                                            ALLEN
                                                                                                                                                    MWF
                                                                                                                                                    $77
                                                                                                                                                                           10-10:50AM
                                                                                                                                                                           $6.50    $20       $103.50
                 PHL-101      PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEMS, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                                           AIKIDO, 1 CREDIT
                 Presents a variety of topics that may include: the nature of reality,
                                                                                                              ✔	           PE-185-004 210045 CLSRM  T                      7-8:20PM
                 knowledge, and doubt; the human condition; truth; and the search
                 for meaning.                                                                                                                CLSRM  TH                     6-7:20PM
                                                                                                                            FIFE                    $77                    $6.50    $0            $83.50
                              PHL-101-01      213570 M256           TTH       1-2:50PM                                      $80 fee payable to Aikido Northwest. At Milwaukie.
                               STAFF                                $308      $26      $0            $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                                                                                                                           AQUATIC EXERCISE, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                              ✔	           PE-185-003 210044 POOL   MWF                    9-9:50AM
                 PHL-102      ETHICS, 4 CREDITS                                                                             WHITNEY                 $77                    $6.50    $0            $83.50
                 Introduces the study of morality; e.g., right and wrong, free will and                                     $70 fee payable to North Clackamas Aquatic Center. At North Clackamas.
                 determinism, morals and society.
                                                                                                                           BASEBALL TECHNIQUES/BEG, 1 CREDIT
                 ✔	           PHL-102-01      213572 H210           M         6-9:50PM
                               SEVERSON                             $308      $26      $0            $334                  PE-185-006 210047 RBBALL MTWTHF 3-5:00PM
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At Harmony                                  ROBINSON                $77    $6.50    $20                       $103.50
                               Community Campus.                                                                            Meets: 9/19-10/28.

                 PHL-103      CRITICAL REASONING, 4 CREDITS                                                                BASEBALL TECHNIQUES/INT, 1 CREDIT
                 Focuses on improving reasoning and critical assessment ability.                                           PE-185-007 210048 RBBALL MTWTHF 3-5:00PM
                 Emphasizes practical methods, involves study of editorials, essays,                                        ROBINSON                $77    $6.50    $20                       $103.50
                 propaganda and advertisements.                                                                             Meets: 9/19-10/28.
                              PHL-103-01      213573 ONLINE                                                                BASKETBALL COND/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
                               SEVERSON                             $308      $26         $35        $369                  PE-185-014 210055 R104 MTWTHF 2-3:50PM
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: kjirsten@                       WEGNER                $77    $6.50    $20                         $103.50
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3842. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                            Meets: 9/26-10/14. Men’s rules for team play. Required: Instructor consent.
                               ment in RD-115.                                                                             PE-185-016      210057 R104           MTWTHF 4-5:50PM
                 PHL-210      PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION, 4 CREDITS                                                             STEEN                                $77    $6.50    $20          $103.50
                 Introduces philosophic basis of religious thought in world culture.                                        Meets: 9/26-10/14. Women’s rules for team play.
                 Explores different points of view.                                                                        BASKETBALL COND/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
                 ✔	           PHL-210-15      213574 W218           TH        6-9:50PM                                     PE-185-015 210056 R104 MTWTHF 2-3:50PM
                               STAFF                                $0        $0       $334          $334                   WEGNER                $77    $6.50    $20                         $103.50
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Wilsonville                          Meets: 9/26-10/14. Men’s rules for team play. Required: Instructor consent.
                               Campus.
                                                                                                                           PE-185-017      210059 R104           MTWTHF 4-5:50PM
                 PHL-213      ASIAN PHILOSOPHY, 4 CREDITS                                                                   STEEN                                $77    $6.50    $20          $103.50
                 Examines the underlying belief systems of Hinduism, Buddhism,                                              Meets: 9/26-10/14. Women’s rules for team play.
                 Taoism, and Confucianism. Course explores their concepts of cause                                         BASKETBALL/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT
                 and effect, freedom, personal identity, moral value, truth and en-                                        PE-185-013 210054 R104  MWF    11-11:50AM
                 lightenment.                                                                                               WEGNER                 $77    $6.50     $20 $103.50
                 ✔	           PHL-213-01      213687 OIT157         MW        11-12:50PM
                                                                                                                           BASKETBALL/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
                               SEVERSON                             $308      $26      $0            $334
                                                                                                                           PE-185-010 210051 R104  MWF    11-11:50AM
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At Harmony Com-
                               munity Campus.                                                                               WEGNER                 $77    $6.50     $20 $103.50
                                                                                                                           BASKETBALL/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT

                 Physical Education                                                                                        PE-185-012 210053 R104
                                                                                                                            WEGNER
                                                                                                                                                   MWF
                                                                                                                                                   $77
                                                                                                                                                          11-11:50AM
                                                                                                                                                          $6.50     $20 $103.50
                 HPE-295      HEALTH & FITNESS FOR LIFE, 3 CREDITS                                                         BOWLING/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT
                 Explores interaction of physical fitness and health. Meets three                             ✔	           PE-185-023 210065 BA    TTH    10:30-11:50AM
                 hours a week for personal fitness assessment and two hours of class-                                       COMBS                  $77    $6.50     $0   $83.50
                 room sessions. Related topics include: nutrition, stress reduction,                                        $60 payable to Milwaukie Bowl. At Milwaukie.
                 relaxation techniques, goal setting, and weight control.
                                                                                                                           BOWLING/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
                              HPE-295-01      210039 R220           MWF       9-10:50AM
                                                                                                              ✔	           PE-185-021 210063 BA   TTH                      10:30-11:50AM
                               FISKUM                               $231      $19.50   $20        $270.50
                               Required: 5 hrs TBA.
                                                                                                                            COMBS                 $77                      $6.50     $0           $83.50
                                                                                                                            $60 fee payable to Milwaukie Bowl. At Milwaukie.
                              HPE-295-02      213945 TBA            MWF       11-11:50AM
                               MCHONE                               $231      $19.50   $20        $270.50                  BOWLING/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
                               Hybrid. Meets every Monday, Wednesday & Friday plus online hours.              ✔	           PE-185-022 210064 BA   TTH    10:30-11:50AM
                               Contact: keonim@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3273.                                               COMBS                 $77    $6.50     $0                             $83.50
                                                                                                                            $60 fee payable to Milwaukie Bowl. At Milwaukie.


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville             Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus           10.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                        HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                          see page 12.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room           Day       Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                               Tuition   Fee     Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee     Crs. Fee      Total


             CONDITIONING I, 1 CREDIT                                                                      ROCK CLIMBING/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT
             PE-185-009 210050 R014   MWF    12-12:50PM                                                    PE-185-057 210098 R219 TH     6-8:50PM




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              ROBINSON                $77    $6.50    $20                       $103.50                     KENDALL               $77    $6.50                     $20        $103.50
             CROSS TRAINING I/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                          ROCK CLIMBING/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
             PE-185-027 210069 R014   TBA    TBA                                                           PE-185-056 210097 R219 TH     6-8:50PM
              RHODEN                  $77    $6.50    $20                       $103.50                     KENDALL               $77    $6.50                     $20        $103.50
              Mandatory: Attend a one hour orientation offered on Monday 9/26 or                           ROCK CLIMBING/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
              Wednesday 9/28; at one of the following times: 9am or 1pm. Student must                      PE-185-024 210066 R219 TH     6-8:50PM
              provide student ID number at the orientation and all workouts. Contact:                       KENDALL               $77    $6.50                     $20        $103.50
              kaylas@clackamas.edu or 503-594-6394.
                                                                                                           SCUBA DIVING, 1 CREDIT
             CROSS TRAINING I/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                       PE-185-100 210129 R220 TH     6-8:50PM
             PE-185-028 210070 R014  TBA    TBA                                                             SHROUFE               $77    $6.50                     $0          $83.50
              RHODEN                 $77    $6.50    $20                        $103.50                     $290 fee payable to Steve’s Scuba.
              Mandatory: Attend a one hour orientation offered on Monday 9/26 or                           SELF DEFENSE, 1 CREDIT
              Wednesday 9/28; at 9am or 1pm. Student must provide student ID number                        PE-185-059 210099 R104A MWF   11-11:50AM
              at the orientation and all workouts. Contact: kaylas@clackamas.edu                            ROBINSON               $77   $6.50     $20                        $103.50
              or 503-594-6394.
                                                                                                           SOCCER/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT
             DANCE, BALLET/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                             PE-185-063 210102 RSOC1 TTH   10:30-11:50AM
             PE-185-025 210067 R208   MW    1:30-2:50PM                                                     SZPARA                 $77   $6.50     $20                        $103.50
              ARZT                    $77   $6.50     $20                       $103.50
                                                                                                           SOCCER/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
             DANCE, BALLET/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                          PE-185-061 210100 RSOC1 TTH   10:30-11:50AM
             PE-185-026 210068 R208   MW    1:30-2:50PM                                                     SZPARA                 $77   $6.50     $20                        $103.50
              ARZT                    $77   $6.50     $20                       $103.50
                                                                                                           SOCCER/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
             DANCE, SWING/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                              PE-185-062 210101 RSOC1 TTH   10:30-11:50AM
             PE-185-036 210078 R208   MWF   9-9:50AM                                                        SZPARA                 $77   $6.50     $20                        $103.50
              ROBINSON                $77   $6.50     $20                       $103.50
                                                                                                           SOFTBALL TECHNIQUES/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
             DANCE, SWING/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                           PE-185-064 210103 RSB1  MWF   2-3:50PM
             PE-185-038 210080 R208   MWF   9-9:50AM                                                        BUEL                   $77   $6.50     $20                        $103.50
              ROBINSON                $77   $6.50     $20                       $103.50                     Meets: 9/19-10/29.
             GOLF/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                                      SOFTBALL TECHNIQUES/INTERMED., 1 CREDIT
             PE-185-051 210092 R220   TTH   9-10:20AM                                                      PE-185-065 210104 RSB1 MWF    2-3:50PM
              FISKUM                  $77   $6.50     $0                            $83.50                  BUEL                  $77    $6.50    $20                         $103.50
              $50 fee payable to Fundamental Golf. Class will also meet at Sah-Ha-Lee                       Meets: 9/19-10/29.
              Golf Course. At Beavercreek.
                                                                                                           STABILITY BALL CORE TRAINING, 1 CREDIT
             GOLF/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                           PE-185-011 210052 R104A   MWF   12-12:50PM
             PE-185-052 210093 R220  TTH                         9-10:20AM
                                                                                                            O’DOUD-VEGA              $77   $6.50    $20                       $103.50
              FISKUM                 $77                         $6.50    $0        $83.50
              $50 fee payable to Fundamental Golf. Class will also meet at Sah-Ha-Lee                      SWIM CONDITIONING, 1 CREDIT
              Golf Course. At Beavercreek.                                                    ✔	           PE-185-068 210106 CANPOOL MWF   6-6:50AM
             KARATE/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                                     LAITINEN                 $77   $6.50    $0                         $83.50
                                                                                                            $50 fee to Canby Pool. At Canby.
             PE-185-049 210090 R104A MWF                         10-10:50AM
              ROBINSON               $77                         $6.50    $20   $103.50       ✔	           PE-185-069      210107 POOL           MWF       6-6:50AM
                                                                                                            PARSCH                               $77       $6.50    $0         $83.50
             KARATE/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                                  $50 fee to Oregon City Pool. At Oregon City.
             PE-185-050 210091 R104A MWF                         10-10:50AM                   ✔	           PE-185-070      210108 POOL           MWF       7-7:50AM
              ROBINSON               $77                         $6.50    $20   $103.50                     PARSCH                               $77       $6.50    $0         $83.50
             KUNG-FU, 1 CREDIT                                                                              $50 fee to Oregon City Pool.
✔	           PE-185-005 210046 CLSRM TTH                         11-12:20PM                   ✔	           PE-185-071      210109 POOL           MWF       12-12:50PM
              HANCOCK                $77                         $6.50    $0        $83.50                  PARSCH                               $77       $6.50    $0         $83.50
              $130 fee payable to Balance & Harmony. At Eastham, Oregon City.                               $50 fee to Oregon City Pool. At Oregon City.
             KUNG-FU II, 1 CREDIT                                                             ✔	           PE-185-072      210110 CANPOOL MWF              12-12:50PM
✔	           PE-185-079 210115 CLSRM                   TTH       11-12:20PM                                 LAITINEN                      $77              $6.50    $0         $83.50
              HANCOCK                                  $77       $6.50    $0        $83.50                  $50 fee to Canby Pool. At Canby.
              $130 fee payable to Balance and Harmony. At Eastham, Oregon City.                            SWIM/WATER EXERCISE, 1 CREDIT
             LUNGS & LEGS/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                 ✔	           PE-185-041 210083 CANPOOL MWF 8-8:50AM
✔	           PE-185-039 213704 CLSRM TTH    5:15-6:35AM                                                     LAITINEN                 $77 $6.50    $0                           $83.50
              RAINES                 $77    $6.50     $0                            $83.50                  $50 fee payable to Canby Swim Center. At Canby.
              $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                          ✔	           PE-185-074      210111 POOL           MWF       8-8:50AM
             LUNGS & LEGS/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                            PARSCH                               $77       $6.50    $0         $83.50
                                                                                                            $50 fee to Oregon City Pool. At Oregon City.
✔	           PE-185-040 213705 CLSRM TTH    5:15-6:35AM
              RAINES                 $77    $6.50     $0                            $83.50                 TAI CHI/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT
              $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                                       PE-185-077 210113 R104A  TTH                    9-10:20AM
             PILATES I, 1 CREDIT                                                                            HANCOCK                 $77                    $6.50    $20       $103.50
             PE-185-102 210131 R208                    MW        12-1:20PM                                 TAI CHI/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
              ARZT                                     $77       $6.50    $20   $103.50                    PE-185-076 210112 R104A  TTH                    9-10:20AM
             PILATES II, 1 CREDIT                                                                           HANCOCK                 $77                    $6.50    $20       $103.50
             PE-185-101 210130 R208                    MW        12-1:20PM
              ARZT                                     $77       $6.50    $20   $103.50
                                                                                                                                                                      Continued

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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                               Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room           Day       Time                                       Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time
                               Instructor                               Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                         Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee    Total


                 Physical Education, continued                                                                               WEIGHT CIRCUIT/AEROBIC I, 1 CREDIT
                                                                                                                             PE-185-088 210123 R014  TTH     10:30-11:50AM
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                              TAI CHI/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                                  FISKUM                 $77     $6.50     $20                    $103.50
                              PE-185-078 210114 R104A  TTH                        9-10:20AM                                  WEIGHT TRAINING/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT
                               HANCOCK                 $77                        $6.50    $20    $103.50                    PE-185-020 210062 R014  TTH     9-10:20AM
                              TENNIS/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                                      WEGNER                 $77     $6.50     $20                    $103.50
                              PE-185-080 210116 RTEN1  MWF                        11-12:50PM                                 WEIGHT TRAINING/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
                               FISKUM                  $77                        $6.50    $20    $103.50                    PE-185-018 210060 R014  TTH     9-10:20AM
                               Meets: 9/26-10/28.                                                                             WEGNER                 $77     $6.50     $20                    $103.50
                              TENNIS/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT                                                                  WEIGHT TRAINING/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
                              PE-185-081 210117 RTEN1  MWF                        11-12:50PM                                 PE-185-019 210061 R014  TTH     9-10:20AM
                               FISKUM                  $77                        $6.50    $20    $103.50                     WEGNER                 $77     $6.50     $20                    $103.50
                               Meets: 9/26-10/28.                                                                            WRESTLING CONDITIONING/BEG, 1 CREDIT
                              TOTAL BODY BOOT CAMP/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT                                                        PE-185-096 210126 R104A MTWTHF 3-4:50PM
                 ✔	           PE-185-035 210077 CLSRM MW  5:45-7:05PM                                                         RHODEN                 $77     $6.50     $20                    $103.50
                               RAINES                 $77 $6.50     $0                                $83.50                  Meets: 9/26-10/14.
                               $99 payable to Club Fit. At Canby.
                                                                                                                             WRESTLING CONDITIONING/INT, 1 CREDIT
                 ✔	           PE-185-044      213709 CLSRM              TTH       7-8:20PM
                               RAINES                                   $77       $6.50    $0         $83.50                 PE-185-097 210127 R104A MTWTHF 3-4:50PM
                               $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                                         RHODEN                 $77    $6.50    $20                      $103.50
                                                                                                                              Meets: 9/26-10/14.
                              TOTAL BODY BOOT CAMP/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
                 ✔	           PE-185-029 213707 CLSRM MWF 5:15-6:05AM                                                        YOGA I, 1 CREDIT
                               RAINES                 $77 $6.50     $0                                $83.50                 PE-185-099 210128 R208              MW           10-11:50AM
                               $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                                         HANCOCK                            $77          $6.50     $20 $103.50
                 ✔	           PE-185-032      210074 CLSRM              MWF       10:15-11:05AM                              PE-185-008 210049 R208              TTH          5:30-6:50PM
                                                                                                                              HANCOCK                            $77          $6.50     $20 $103.50
                               RAINES                                   $77       $6.50     $0        $83.50    ✔	            PE-185-037                         210079       CLSRM MW 6-7:20PM
                               $99 payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                                             HANCOCK                            $77          $6.50     $0   $83.50
                 ✔	           PE-185-089      210124 CLSRM              MW        12-1:20PM                                   $130 fee payable to Balance & Harmony. At Aurora.
                               RAINES                                   $77       $6.50    $0         $83.50    PE-270       SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY, 3 CREDITS
                               $99 payable to Club Fit. At Canby.
                                                                                                                This course provides students the basic understanding and knowl-
                              TOTAL BODY BOOT CAMP/INTERMED., 1 CREDIT                                          edge of psychological skills used to improve physical performance in
                 ✔	           PE-185-030 213706 CLSRM MWF 5:15-6:05AM                                           themselves and/or their peers/teammates.
                               RAINES                 $77 $6.50     $0                                $83.50                 PE-270-01       210132 ONLINE
                               $99 fee payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                                         MCHONE                             $231         $19.50   $35    $285.50
                 ✔	           PE-185-033      210075 CLSRM              MWF       10:15-11:05AM                               Online. Contact: keonim@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3273.
                               RAINES                                   $77       $6.50     $0        $83.50    PE-280       PHYSICAL EDUCATION/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                               $99 payable to Club Fit. At Canby.                                               Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job ex-
                 ✔	           PE-185-090      213708 CLSRM              MW        12-1:20PM                     perience, and training related to the Physical Education field. Covers
                               RAINES                                   $77       $6.50    $0         $83.50    job problems and procedures, evaluation of student’s job perfor-
                               $99 fee payable to Club Fit.                                                     mance by qualified college staff and site supervision.
                 ✔	           PE-185-034      210076 CLSRM              MW        5:45-7:05PM                                PE-280-01       210133 R101
                               RAINES                                   $77       $6.50     $0        $83.50                  WOODS                              $462         $39      $15        $516V
                               $99 payable to Club Fit.
                                                                                                                              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                 ✔	           PE-185-043      213710 CLSRM              TTH       7-8:20PM
                               RAINES                                   $77       $6.50    $0         $83.50    PE-294       CROSS COUNTRY SKILLS & STRATEG, 1 CREDIT
                               $99 fee payable to Club Fit.                                                                  PE-294-02 210134 RTRACK MWF     2-3:50PM
                              TRACK FUNDAMENTALS/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT                                                          MANTALAS                $77    $6.50    $20                     $103.50
                              PE-185-082 210118 RTRACK MWF   2-3:50PM                                           PE-294       SOCCER SKILLS & STRATEGIES, 1 CREDIT
                               MCHONE                  $77   $6.50    $20                         $103.50                    PE-294-03 210135 RSOC1   MWF    1-2:50PM
                              TRACK FUNDAMENTALS/INTERMED., 1 CREDIT                                                          SZPARA                  $77    $6.50    $20                     $103.50
                                                                                                                              Required: Instructor consent.
                              PE-185-083 210119 RTRACK MWF   2-3:50PM
                               MCHONE                  $77   $6.50    $20                         $103.50       PE-294       VOLLEYBALL SKILLS & STRATEGIES, 1 CREDIT
                              VOLLEYBALL/ADVANCED, 1 CREDIT                                                                  PE-294-04 210136 R104   MWF     12-1:50PM
                              PE-185-086 210122 R104   TTH   9-10:20AM                                                        WOODS                  $77     $6.50    $20                     $103.50
                                                                                                                              Required: Instructor consent.
                               GERKE                   $77   $6.50    $20                         $103.50
                              VOLLEYBALL/BEGINNING, 1 CREDIT
                              PE-185-084 210120 R104   TTH   9-10:20AM
                               GERKE                   $77   $6.50    $20                         $103.50
                              VOLLEYBALL/INTERMEDIATE, 1 CREDIT
                              PE-185-085 210121 R104   TTH   9-10:20AM
                               GERKE                   $77   $6.50    $20                         $103.50



                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville             Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact               V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus           10.                            department first class                    cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                        HYB Classroom/online course -                                           NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                          see page 12.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room    Day       Time
              Instructor                         Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                        Tuition   Fee       Crs. Fee   Total



Political Science                                                                          PSY-110      PSYCHOLOGY: AN OVERVIEW, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                           A general introduction to the field of psychology. Explores a wide




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PS-201       US GOVERNMENT: NATIONAL POLITICAL PROCESS,                                    variety of topics.
             4 CREDITS                                                                                  PSY-110-01      213589 ONLINE
Focuses on understanding the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of                                           E. LEWIS                          $308      $26        $35       $369
Rights both legally and politically. Moreover the class examines the                                     Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: ericl@
Congress, the Presidency and the federal courts.                                                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-3410. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
             PS-201-01       213575 M249         MW           9-10:50AM                                  ment in RD-115.
              DARRIS                             $308         $26      $0          $334    PSY-200      PSYCHOLOGY AS A NATURAL SCIENCE, 4 CREDITS
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                             Introduction to physiological psychology, the study of how the ner-
             PS-201-02       213576 M249         MW           11-12:50PM                   vous system produces behavior and cognition. Further topics may
              DARRIS                             $308         $26      $0          $334    include consciousness, sleep, memory, emotion and language.
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                          PSY-200-01 213590 M201             TTH       8-9:50AM
PS-202       US GOVERNMENT: NATIONAL GOVERNMENT                                                          PICKETT-COOPER                    $308      $26      $0          $334
             INSTITUTION, 4 CREDITS                                                                      Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
Examines American political parties, the role of money in politics                         PSY-205      PSYCHOLOGY AS A SOCIAL SCIENCE, 4 CREDITS
and American political participation in general. Examines American                         Introduction to principles of conditioning and social psychology,
domestic, economic and foreign policy.                                                     the study of how groups affect the individual. Further topics may
             PS-202-01       213577 ONLINE                                                 include motivation, personality, development and stress.
              DARRIS                             $308         $26      $35         $369                 PSY-205-01 213592 M201             TTH       10-11:50AM
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: deand@                        PICKETT-COOPER                    $308      $26      $0          $334
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3404. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              ment in RD-115.
                                                                                           PSY-215      INTRO TO DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
PS-225       INTRO TO POLITICAL IDEOLOGIES, 4 CREDITS                                      Introduction to research and theories regarding the development of
Focuses primarily on the various political ideologies that make up                         the individual from conception to death, including physical, social,
the ideological universe and critically examines such distinct ide-                        and cognitive changes.
ologies as liberalism, conservativism, socialism, libertarianism and
                                                                                           ✔	           PSY-215-01      213594 H310        TTH       8-9:50AM
fascism.
                                                                                                         BENNETT                           $308      $26      $0          $334
             PS-225-01       213578 M249         TTH          10-11:50AM                                 Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At Harmony Com-
              DARRIS                             $308         $26      $0          $334                  munity Campus.
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                                                                                                        PSY-215-02      213595 M201        F         8-11:50AM
PS-280       POLITICAL SCIENCE/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                         BENNETT                           $308      $26      $0          $334
Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job                                           Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
work experience in the field of political science.                                                      PSY-215-03      213596 M206        TTH       1-2:50PM
             PS-280-01       213579 JOBSITE                                                              BENNETT                           $308      $26      $0          $334
              DARRIS                             $462         $39      $15        $516V                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                                                                                           PSY-219      INTRO TO ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                           Introduction to abnormal psychology including disorders and ap-
Psychology                                                                                 proaches to treatment.
                                                                                           ✔	           PSY-219-01      213597 H310        TTH       10-11:50AM
PSY-101      HUMAN RELATIONS, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                         BENNETT                           $308      $26      $0          $334
Introduction to interpersonal relationships and human relations in                                       Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At Harmony Com-
a social context. Includes individual and group activities, lecture,                                     munity Campus.
and discussions with an emphasis on student participation.
             PSY-101-01      213580 M204         TTH          8-9:20AM                     PSY-221      INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELING, 4 CREDITS
              STAFF                              $231         $19.50   $0     $250.50      Provides an overview of the theoretical background for different
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                             approaches to counseling. Practical skills development emphasized.
                                                                                           Role playing, instructor demonstrations, and experiential exercises
✔	           PSY-101-02      213581 OIT155       MW           9-10:20AM
                                                                                           will be explored.
              STAFF                              $231         $19.50   $0     $250.50
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At Harmony Com-                          PSY-221-01      213598 M256        TTH       10-11:50AM
              munity Campus.                                                                             STAFF                             $308      $26      $0          $334
                                                                                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
             PSY-101-03      213582 M204         F            9-4:20PM
              STAFF                              $231         $19.50   $0     $250.50      PSY-231      INTRO TO HUMAN SEXUALITY, 4 CREDITS
              Meets: 11/4-12/9. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.           Introduction to research and theories of human sexual behavior,
             PSY-101-04      213583 M204         MW           11-12:20PM                   including sexual relationships, communication and intimacy, sex
              STAFF                              $231         $19.50   $0     $250.50      roles, the development of gender, social trends regarding sexuality,
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                             and the biology of sexuality and conception.
             PSY-101-05      213584 M204         MW           1-2:20PM                                  PSY-231-01      213599 M201        TTH       1-2:50PM
              STAFF                              $231         $19.50   $0     $250.50                    E. LEWIS                          $308      $26      $35         $369
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                           Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
             PSY-101-06      213585 M204         TTH          1-2:20PM                     PSY-240      INTERPERSONAL AWARENESS & GROWTH, 4 CREDITS
              STAFF                              $231         $19.50   $0     $250.50      Examines the dynamics of personality and explores techniques for
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                             overcoming self-defeating behaviors. Develops methods for making
✔	           PSY-101-07      213586 H230         M            6-8:50PM                     personal changes.
              STAFF                              $231         $19.50   $0     $250.50      ✔	           PSY-240-01      213600 H210        T         6-9:50PM
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At Harmony                                STAFF                             $308      $26      $0          $334
              Community Campus.                                                                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At Harmony
✔	           PSY-101-15      213588 W211         W            6-8:50PM                                   Community Campus.
              STAFF                              $0           $0    $250.50   $250.50
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC Wilsonville
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                             Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day         Time
                               Instructor                           Tuition    Fee        Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition     Fee       Crs. Fee     Total


                 Psychology, continued                                                                        RD-115       COLLEGE READING, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                              Emphasizes comprehension, critical reading and thinking, and vo-
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                 PSY-280      PSYCHOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                    cabulary.
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                         RD-115-01      213171 D135           MWF         12-12:50PM
                 psychology.                                                                                                BAKER                               $231        $19.50   $15     $265.50
                              PSY-280-01      213602 JOBSITE                                                                Prerequisite: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                               LEWIS                                $462       $39       $15         $516V                 RD-115-02      213172 D135           TTH         1-2:20PM
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                                BAKER                               $231        $19.50   $15     $265.50
                                                                                                                            Prerequisite: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.

                 Real Estate                                                                                  Religious Studies
                 RE-118       REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL I, 3 CREDITS
                 Overview of real property concepts and characteristics, legal con-                           R-101        COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS, 4 CREDITS
                 sideration, value influences, real estate finance, types of value,                           The nature of myth and story; ancient religions, ideas of God, Juda-
                 economic principles, real estate markets and analysis, and ethics in                         ism, and introduction to religious topics.
                 appraisal.                                                                                                R-101-01       213603 RR208          TTH         10-11:50AM
                              RE-118-01       211966 M252           T          6:30-9:20PM                                  TOEBBEN                             $308        $26      $0           $334
                               WERNER                               $231       $19.50    $0      $250.50                    Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                                                                                                              R-103        COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS, 4 CREDITS
                 Reading                                                                                      The history, ideas, and philosophy of the Eastern religions including
                                                                                                              Buddhism, Hinduism, and Taoism.
                 RD-080       FUNDAMENTALS COLLEGE READING, 3 CREDITS                                         ✔	           R-103-01       213605 H310           TTH         1-2:50PM
                 This course focuses on fundamental reading skills for non-fiction                                          STAFF                               $308        $26      $0           $334
                 text, including identifying main ideas, supporting details and orga-                                       Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At Harmony Com-
                 nizational patterns. Vocabulary improvement emphasizes dictionary                                          munity Campus.
                 skills. Core reading comprehension strategies and inferences are
                 introduced.                                                                                  R-210        WORLD RELIGIONS, 4 CREDITS
                              RD-080-01       213162 D135           TTH        9-10:20AM
                                                                                                              An overview course that examines Eastern/Western religions and
                                                                                                              philosophies through film, text, and/or online presentations. Intro-
                               MARKS                                $231       $19.50   $15      $265.50
                               Prerequisite: Placement in RD-080.
                                                                                                              duces Hinduism, Buddhism, Chinese religions, Christianity, Juda-
                                                                                                              ism, and Islam.
                              RD-080-02       213163 D135           MW         1-3:50PM
                                                                                                                           R-210-01       213606 ONLINE
                               MARKS                                $231       $19.50   $15      $265.50
                               Meets: 9/26-10/26. Prerequisite: Placement in RD-080. Must also enroll in                    TOEBBEN                             $308        $26      $35          $369
                               RD-090-02.                                                                                   Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: bradt@
                                                                                                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3413. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                 RD-090       INTERMEDIATE READING SKILLS, 3 CREDITS                                                        ment in RD-115. For required course material, contact alarkin@clackamas.
                 Introduces and reinforces skills for success in entry-level college                                        edu or 503-594-3403.
                 classes. Emphasizes vocabulary building, comprehension, reading                                           R-210-02       213607 ONLINE
                 strategies, critical thinking.                                                                             TOEBBEN                             $308        $26      $35          $369
                              RD-090-01       213164 D135           MWF        9-9:50AM                                     Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: bradt@
                               BAKER                                $231       $19.50   $15      $265.50                    clackamas.edu or 503-594-3413. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                               Prerequisite: Pass RD-080 or placement in RD-090.                                            ment in RD-115. For required course material, contact alarkin@clackamas.
                              RD-090-04       213168 D135           TH         10:30-11:50AM                                edu or 503-594-3403.
                               MARKS                                $231       $19.50    $15 $265.50          R-212        HISTORY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT, 4 CREDITS
                               Prerequisite: Pass RD-080 or placement in RD-090.                              Covers the first century influences on the New Testament texts, the
                              RD-090-03       213167 D135           MWF        11-11:50AM                     life of Jesus, and the Pauline letters. Other early writings will be dis-
                               BAKER                                $231       $19.50   $15      $265.50      cussed.
                               Prerequisite: Pass RD-080 or placement in RD-090.                                           R-212-01       213609 RR208          TTH         1-2:50PM
                              RD-090-02       213166 D135           MW         1-3:50PM                                     TOEBBEN                             $308        $26      $0           $334
                               MARKS                                $231       $19.50   $15      $265.50                    Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                               Meets: 10/31-12/7. Must also enroll in RD-080-02.                              R-280        RELIGION/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
                              RD-090-05       213169 D135           TH         5:30-8:20PM                    Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                               STAFF                                $231       $19.50    $15     $265.50      religion.
                               Prerequisite: Pass RD-080 or placement in RD-090.
                                                                                                                           R-280-01       213610 JOBSITE
                                                                                                                            TOEBBEN                             $462        $39      $15         $516V
                                                                                                                            Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact              V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                   cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                          NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            64   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total



Renewable Energy Technology                                                                RET-213      RENEW ENERGY III:INST & MAINT, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                           The third in a series of technical courses, RET III: Installation and




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All degree seeking students should arrange to speak to a faculty advisor                   Maintenance will provide an introduction to installation and main-
prior to registering. Call 503-594-3318 for more information, or contact the               tenance of renewable energy systems for commercial and residential
Student Success Center, 503-594-3475.                                                      installations. Students will apply their knowledge of electro-me-
                                                                                           chanical systems to the application of these systems. Topics covered
RCT-120      INTRODUCTION TO COMPOSITES, 3 CREDITS                                         will include site survey, site preparation, building codes, measure-
This lecture-based class will provide students with an introduction                        ment tools, preventative maintenance and worksite safety. Includes
to the composites industry including fundamentals of composites                            hands-on lab exercises.
and their applications as well as workplace performance, health and                                     RET-213-01      212394 B154A         MW        4:30-7:20PM
safety.                                                                                                  FOUHY                               $231      $19.50    $90         $340.50
             RCT-120-01      213777 TBA           TBA       TBA                                          Prerequisite: RET-211.
              LYNCH                               $231      $19.50      $140 $390.50
              Meets: 9/26-10/8. Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Manufacturing
                                                                                           RET-240      ALTERNATIVE FUELS, 4 CREDITS
              Department at 503-594-3318.
                                                                                           Offers students familiarity and entry levels to work with alternative
                                                                                           fuel systems. Explores (technically, economically and ecologically)
RCT-122      BASIC COMPOSITE APPLICATIONS, 2 CREDITS                                       the following alternative fuels: bio-diesel, vegetable oils, electricity,
This course is designed to provide skills and knowledge in the basic                       ethanol, hydrogen, propane, methanol, natural gas, heat engines,
application of composite materials to prepare students for work-                           fuel cell and hybrid vehicles.
ing with reinforcement and resins in the composites industry. This                                      RET-240-01      212211 MOD2A         TTH       6-9:50PM
course will demonstrate proper safety and health performance                                                                   TBA           TH        6-9:50PM
standards in the composites industry, provide an orientation to a va-                                    FOUHY                               $308      $26      $60            $394
riety of hand-tools used and their functions, and provide hands-on                                       Lab component TBA.
training on specific techniques used to fabricate flat, horizontal, and

                                                                                           Science: Biology
vertical parts. Materials used for this class are commonly used in the
fiberglass and composites industry for repair and maintenance of
fiberglass wind turbine blades.                                                            BI-101       GENERAL BIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
             RCT-122-01      213779 TBA           TBA       TBA                            A laboratory course emphasizing an evolutionary approach to cellu-
              LYNCH                               $154      $13         $140       $307    lar biology, genetics, and natural selection.
              Contact: Manufacturing Department at 503-594-3318.
              Prerequisite: RCT-120.
                                                                                                        BI-101-01       211574 P102          MW        8-9:20AM
                                                                                                         STAFF                               $308      $26      $45            $379
RCT-124      VACUUM BAG./WIND BLADE REPAIR, 2 CREDITS                                                    Corequisite: One BI-101L lab. Lectures should be scheduled prior to labs
This class will introduce the vacuum bagging process and how it                                          each week. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065; pass
will be used during the wind turbine blade repair process as well as                                     RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
workplace performance, health and safety. Students will learn about                                     BI-101-02       211575 P102          MW        12-1:20PM
new materials used in the vacuum bagging process for compression.                                        MAYER                               $308      $26      $45            $379
Students will build parts using both methods.                                                            Corequisite: One BI-101L lab. Lectures should be scheduled prior to labs
             RCT-124-01      213780 TBA           TBA       TBA                                          each week. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065; pass
              LYNCH                               $0        $13         $140       $153                  RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
              Contact: Manufacturing Department at 503-594-3318.                                        BI-101-03       211668 DJ191         TTH       8-9:20AM
              Prerequisites: RCT-122 & RCT-126.                                                          STAFF                               $308      $26      $45            $379
RCT-125      WIND TURBINE BLADE REPAIR, 2 CREDITS                                                        Corequisite: One BI-101L lab. Lectures should be scheduled prior to labs
With a combination of lecture and outdoor lab, students will learn                                       each week. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065; pass
proper fiberglass repair techniques for working in the field. Students                                   RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
will learn to work in and around a wind turbine blade. this class will                                  BI-101-04       211669 DJ191         TTH       12-1:20PM
emphasize proper repair inspection and identification, repair prepa-                                     STAFF                               $308      $26      $45            $379
ration, proper removal of the damaged area and repair using the                                          Corequisite: One BI-101L lab. Lectures should be scheduled prior to labs
proper laminate schedule, suing hand lay-up, vacuum bagging and                                          each week. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065; pass
surface finishing coatings. Safe working practices will be emphasized                                    RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
during class.                                                                                           BI-101-20       211670 P141          MW        6-7:20PM
             RCT-125-01      213776 TBA           TBA       TBA                                                                P141          MW        7:30-8:50PM
              LYNCH                               $154      $13         $140       $307                  CARPENTER                           $308      $26       $45           $379
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: Manufacturing Department at                         Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065; pass RD-090 or
              503-594-3318. Prerequisite: RCT-124.                                                       placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Lab included.
RET-200      RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS, 4 CREDITS                                                        BI-101-30       211576 ONLINE
This course provides a survey of various renewable energy systems.                                       OSTLUND                             $308      $26        $80          $414
Participants will learn about the benefits and limitations of each                                       Online. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu Contact: kimo@clackamas.edu
type of energy source as well as their functional principles. Students                                   or 503-594-3953. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in
                                                                                                         MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
will participate in several field learning exercises related to energy
                                                                                                         ment in WR-121. Labs are completed at home using a kit available from the
systems. The intended audiences are technical students wishing to                                        CCC Bookstore.
explore the Renewable Energy field and students from the humani-
ties and social sciences wanting a better understanding of this so-
cially important technology.
             RET-200-01      212392 MOD2A         TTH       3-4:50PM
              FOUHY                               $308      $26      $120          $454




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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                            Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee     Total


                 Science: Biology, continued                                                                BI-120       INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY,
                                                                                                                         4 CREDITS
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                 BI-101L      GENERAL BIOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT                                                 This course is designed to serve the students in the Medical Assis-
                              BI-101L-01 211671 P141   MW                    9:30-10:50AM
                                                                                                            tant and Clinical Assistant Laboratory certificate programs as part of
                                                                                                            their core curriculum. Material covered includes the structure and
                               STAFF                   $0                    $0        $0             $0
                                                                                                            function of the human body. Basic chemistry and cell structures are
                              BI-101L-02 211672 P141   MW                    1:30-2:50PM                    covered, as well as the organization of tissues, organs, and organ
                               MAYER                   $0                    $0        $0             $0    systems affecting the human body. Correlations can then be made
                              BI-101L-03 211673 P141   MW                    3-4:20PM                       between this material and disease states commonly encountered in
                               MAYER                   $0                    $0        $0             $0    the practice of these fields.
                              BI-101L-04 211674 P141   TTH                   9:30-10:50AM                   ✔	           BI-120-01  214009 OIT191               MW         1:00-2:20PM
                               STAFF                   $0                    $0        $0             $0                  PATTERSON                             $296       $20       $45          $361
                              BI-101L-05 211675 P141   TTH                   1:30-2:50PM                                  Restricted to Clinical Assistant or Medical Assistant students. Corequisite:
                               STAFF                   $0                    $0        $0             $0                  One BI-120L lab. At Harmony Community Campus.
                              BI-101L-06 211676 P141   TTH                   3-4:20PM
                                                                                                            BI-120L      INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
                               STAFF                   $0                    $0        $0             $0                 LAB, 0 CREDIT
                 BI-102       GENERAL BIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                                                    ✔	           BI-120L-01 214010 H360 M   2:30-5:20PM
                              BI-102-30  211579 ONLINE                                                                    PATTERSON             $0  $0        $0    $0
                               KAPILA                  $308                  $26        $80         $414                  At Harmony Community Campus.
                               Online. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu Contact: akapila@clackamas.edu         ✔	           BI-120L-02 214011 H360                 W          2:30-5:20PM
                               or 503-594-3719. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in                                 PATTERSON                             $0         $0        $0              $0
                               MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-                         At Harmony Community Campus.
                               ment in WR-121. Labs are completed at home using a kit available from the
                               CCC Bookstore.                                                               BI-211       BIOLOGY (SCIENCE MAJORS), 5 CREDITS
                                                                                                            A lab course for biology majors and preprofessional students. An
                 BI-103       GENERAL BIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                            evolutionary approach to cell structure, organization and metabo-
                              BI-103-30 211581 ONLINE                                                       lism, genetics, and evolution. Introduction to tissues and organ
                               STAFF                  $308                   $26        $80         $414    systems.
                               Online. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu Contact: lillym@clackamas.edu
                               or 503-594-3356. Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in                                BI-211-01       211813 DJ191           MW         8-9:50AM
                               MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-                         MAYER                                 $385       $32.50   $45        $462.50
                               ment in WR-121. Labs are completed at home using a kit available from the                  Recommended: Pass MTH-105 or pass MTH-111 with a “C” or better or
                               CCC Bookstore.                                                                             placement in MTH-112; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095
                                                                                                                          or placement in WR-121. Corequisites: CH-104 or CH-221 & one BI-211L
                 BI-112       GENERAL BIOLOGY FOR THE HEALTH SCIENCES,                                                    lab. Seminar included.
                              4 CREDITS
                 One-term preparatory biology lab course for students who want to                           BI-211L      BIOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT
                 take Anatomy & Physiology and/or Microbiology. Cellular aspects of                                      BI-211L-01 211816 DJ181 TH                        8-10:50AM
                 biology including genetics and organ systems.                                                            MAYER                  $0                        $0       $0               $0
                              BI-112-01       211582 P132          MW        9-10:20AM                                   BI-211L-02 211818 DJ181 T                         8-10:50AM
                               BOWN                                $308      $26      $45           $379                  MAYER                  $0                        $0       $0               $0
                               Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065; pass RD-090 or            BI-231       HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY                       I, 4 CREDITS
                               placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Corequisite:        A lab course designed for students entering physical education or
                               BI-112L; CH-112 strongly recommended.                                        medically related fields. Includes body organization, terminology,
                              BI-112-02  211677 P103               TTH       12:30-1:50PM                   tissues, and a study of the integumentary, skeletal, and nervous sys-
                               PATTERSON                           $308      $26       $45          $379    tems. Animal organ dissection required.
                               Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065; pass RD-090 or                         BI-231-01       211584 P131            MW         8:30-9:50AM
                               placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Corequisite:                      KOP                                   $308       $26       $45          $379
                               BI-112L; CH-112 strongly recommended.                                                      Recommended: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in
                              BI-112-20       211583 P103          TTH       6-7:20PM                                     MTH-105 or MTH-111; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095
                                                     P142          TTH       7:30-8:50PM                                  or placement in WR-121. Prerequisites: Pass BI-112 (recommended) or
                               STAFF                               $308      $26       $45          $379                  pass BI-101 & BI-102, or pass BI-211. Pass CH-112 (recommended) or
                               Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065; pass RD-090 or                          pass CH-104 & CH-105, or pass CH-221 & CH-222. Corequisite: One
                               placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                                   BI-231L lab.
                               Corequisite: CH-112 strongly recommended. Lab included.                                   BI-231-02       211821 DJ191           MW         11-12:20PM
                              BI-112-40       211678 P131          S         9-11:50AM                                    KOP                                   $308       $26      $45           $379
                                                     P142          S         1-3:50PM                                     Recommended: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in
                               STAFF                               $308      $26      $45           $379                  MTH-105 or MTH-111; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095
                               Recommended: Pass MTH-060 or placement in MTH-065; pass RD-090 or                          or placement in WR-121. Prerequisites: Pass BI-112 (recommended) or
                               placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Corequisite:                      pass BI-101 & BI-102, or pass BI-211. Pass CH-112 (recommended) or
                               CH-112 strongly recommended. Lab included.                                                 pass CH-104 & CH-105, or pass CH-221 & CH-222. Corequisite: One
                                                                                                                          BI-231L lab.
                 BI-112L      GEN BIOLOGY/HEALTH SCIENCE LAB, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                                         BI-231-03  211822 P131                 TTH        11-12:20PM
                              BI-112L-01 211680 P142 T      2-4:50PM
                                                                                                                          PATTERSON                             $308       $26      $45           $379
                               STAFF                 $0     $0       $0                               $0                  Recommended: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in
                              BI-112L-02 211681 P142 W      2-4:50PM                                                      MTH-105 or MTH-111; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095
                               STAFF                 $0     $0       $0                               $0                  or placement in WR-121. Prerequisites: Pass BI-112 (recommended) or
                              BI-112L-03 211682 P142 TH     8-10:50AM                                                     pass BI-101 & BI-102, or pass BI-211. Pass CH-112 (recommended) or
                               STAFF                 $0     $0       $0                               $0                  pass CH-104 & CH-105, or pass CH-221 & CH-222. Corequisite: One
                                                                                                                          BI-231L lab.

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact            V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                 cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                        NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total


             BI-231-20   211823 P103
                                P151
                                                   M
                                                   W
                                                              6:30-9:20PM
                                                              6:30-9:20PM                     Science: Chemistry




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              KOP/PATTERSON                        $308       $26       $45          $379     Introductory Chemistry day students must register for one lecture, one semi-
              Recommended: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in
                                                                                              nar, and spend 4-5 hours/week in the Introductory Chemistry Lab,
              MTH-105 or MTH-111; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095
                                                                                              Room P-165. Lab hours: T, 10am-4pm; W/F, 9am-3pm; TH, 10am-4pm and
              or placement in WR-121. Prerequisites: Pass BI-112 (recommended) or
              pass BI-101 & BI-102, or pass BI-211. Pass CH-112 (recommended) or
                                                                                              6-9pm.
              pass CH-104 & CH-105, or pass CH-221 & CH-222. Lab included.                    CH-104       INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS
BI-231L      HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY                      I LAB, 0 CREDIT                  A lab transfer course for students in nursing, allied health fields, and
             BI-231L-01 211585 P151 M                         12:30-3:20PM                    liberal arts. Observation, measurement, composition, stoichiometry,
              STAFF                 $0                        $0        $0              $0
                                                                                              atomic structure, periodic table, bonding, and nomenclature.
             BI-231L-02 211586 P151 T                         8-10:50AM                                    CH-104-01       211594 P103           M         2-3:50PM
              GORDON                $0                        $0        $0              $0                  FRANCIS                              $385      $32.50   $40           $457.50
                                                                                                            Required: 4hrs/wk in the Introductory Chemistry Lab. Lab Hours: Tuesday
             BI-231L-03 211827 P151 T                         3-5:50PM
                                                                                                            10am-4pm; Wednesday & Friday 9am-3pm; Thursday 10am-4pm & 6pm-
              STAFF                 $0                        $0        $0              $0                  9pm. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in
             BI-231L-04 211829 P151 W                         8-10:50AM                                     MTH-095.
              STAFF                 $0                        $0        $0              $0                 CH-104-20       211840 P164           W         6-8:50PM
             BI-231L-05 211830 P151 TH                        3-5:50PM                                      STAFF                                $385      $32.50   $40           $457.50
              STAFF                 $0                        $0        $0              $0                  Required: 4hrs/wk in the Introductory Chemistry Lab. Lab Hours: Tuesday
BI-232       HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY                      II, 4 CREDITS                                  10am-4pm; Wednesday & Friday 9am-3pm; Thursday 10am-4pm &
A lab course covering structure and function of the muscular, cardio-                                       6pm-9pm. Prerequisites: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in
vascular, lymphatic, and respiratory systems. Animal organ dissec-                                          MTH-095. Seminar included. Lab begins first week.
tion required.                                                                                HYB          CH-104-30       211839 P165           TBA       TBA
             BI-232-01       211587 P101           TTH        9-10:20AM                                     FRANCIS                              $385      $32.50      $40        $457.50
              KOP                                  $308       $26      $45           $379                   Hybrid. Orientation. Online at http://dl.clackamas.edu/ch104-00/ See online
              Prerequisite: Pass BI-231 with a “C” or better. Corequisite: One BI-232L lab.                 syllabus for lab hours, lab begins first week. Contact edenf@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                            or 503-594-3352. Required: 4 hrs/wk on campus for lab work and weekly
BI-232L      HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY                      II LAB, 0 CREDIT                               quiz. Lab Hours: Tuesday 10am-4pm; Thursday 10am-4pm & 6pm-9pm;
             BI-232L-01 211588 P151 T                         11-1:50PM                                     Wednesday & Friday 9am-3pm. Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or
              GORDON                $0                        $0       $0               $0                  better or placement in MTH-095. This class does not use Moodle.
             BI-232L-02 211589 P151 TH                        11-1:50PM                       CH-104S      INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY SEMINAR, 0 CREDIT
              STAFF                 $0                        $0       $0               $0                 CH-104S-01 211841 P103  W      2-2:50PM
BI-233       HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY                      III, 4 CREDITS                                 FRANCIS                $0     $0       $0                                 $0
A lab course covering neuroendocrine control, digestive, excretory,                                        CH-104S-02 211842 P103  W      3-3:50PM
and reproductive systems. Study of fluid, electrolyte, and acid base                                        FRANCIS                $0     $0       $0                                 $0
balance. Animal organ dissection required.                                                    CH-112       CHEMISTRY FOR HEALTH SCIENCES, 4 CREDITS
             BI-233-01       211590 P101           MW         2-3:20PM                        One-term preparatory chemistry lab course for students who want
              KOP                                  $308       $26      $45           $379     to take Anatomy & Physiology, and/or Microbiology. Includes mea-
              Prerequisite: Pass BI-232 with a “C” or better. Corequisite: One BI-233L lab.   surement; atomic structure; periodic table; bonding, nomeclature;
BI-233L      HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY III LAB, 0 CREDIT                                     heat; molecular and ionic interactions in solids; liquids and solu-
             BI-233L-01 211592 P151 M     3:30-6:20PM                                         tions; chemical reactions including acid-base; organic chemistry;
              STAFF                 $0    $0        $0                                  $0    and biochemistry.
             BI-233L-02 211593 P151 W     3:30-6:20PM                                                      CH-112-01       211601 P103           MW        12:30-1:50PM
              STAFF                 $0    $0        $0                                  $0                  STAFF                                $308      $26       $40            $374
                                                                                                            Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095.
BI-234       INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                                                           Corequisite: One CH-112L lab; BI-112 strongly recommended.
A lab course for health science and science majors. Includes charac-
teristics, physiology and growth requirements of microorganisms,                                           CH-112-02       211843 P103           TTH       9-10:20AM
interactions between humans and microorganisms, immunology,                                                 STAFF                                $308      $26      $40             $374
infection, and principles of microbial control.                                                             Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095.
                                                                                                            Corequisite: One CH-112L lab; BI-112 strongly recommended.
             BI-234-01       211833 DJ191          MW         12:30-1:50PM
                                                                                                           CH-112-20       211602 P102           MW        6-7:20PM
              SCHULZ                               $308       $26       $45          $379
              Prerequisite: Pass BI-101, BI-112 or BI-211 and pass CH-104, CH-112 or                                              P161           MW        7:30-8:50PM
                                                                                                            STAFF                                $308      $26       $40            $374
              CH-221. Corequisite: One BI-234L Lab.
                                                                                                            Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-095.
             BI-234-30       211834 ONLINE                                                                  Corequisite: BI-112 strongly recommended. Lab included.
              KAPILA                               $308       $26         $195       $529
              Online. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu Contact: akapila@clackamas.edu            CH-112L      CHEMISTRY FOR THE HEALTH SCIENCES LAB, 0 CREDIT
              or 503-594-3719. Prerequisites: Pass BI-101, BI-112 or BI-211 and pass                       CH-112L-01 211845 P161 T       2-4:50PM
              CH-104, CH-112 or CH-221. Labs are completed at home using a kit avail-                       STAFF                 $0      $0       $0      $0
              able from the Science Department.                                                            CH-112L-02 211846 P161 W       9-11:50AM
BI-234L      INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT                                                        STAFF                 $0      $0       $0      $0
             BI-234L-01 211835 DJ190 MW  2-3:20PM                                                          CH-112L-03 211847 P161 F       9-11:50AM
              SCHULZ                 $0  $0        $0                                   $0                  STAFF                 $0      $0       $0      $0
             BI-234L-02 211836 DJ190 MW  3:30-4:50PM                                          CH-150       PREPARATION FOR CHEMISTRY, 4 CREDITS
              SCHULZ                 $0  $0        $0                                   $0    One-term preparatory course for students who must take the general
                                                                                              chemistry sequence (CH-221/222/223) but have no chemistry back-
                                                                                              ground.
                                                                                                           CH-150-01       211848 P102           MWF       10-10:50AM
                                                                                                            ARTER                                $308      $26      $0              $334
                                                                                                            Prerequisite: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-111.
                                                                                                            Corequisite: One CH-150S seminar.
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee          Crs. Fee   Total


                 Science: Chemistry, continued                                                              ESR-171L     ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE LAB, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                                         ESR-171L-01 211859 P142 M      11-1:50PM
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                 CH-150S      PREPARATION FOR CHEMISTRY SEMINAR, 0 CREDIT                                                 RUEB                   $0     $0       $0                                  $0
                              CH-150S-01 211849 P131  TH   10-10:50AM                                                    ESR-171L-02 211860 P142 W      11-1:50PM
                               ARTER                  $0   $0       $0                                $0                  RUEB                   $0     $0       $0                                  $0
                                                                                                                         ESR-171L-03 211861 P142 TH     1-3:50PM
                 CH-221       GENERAL CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS
                 Transfer lab course for science, engineering and professional majors.                                    STAFF                  $0     $0       $0                                  $0
                 The nature of chemistry, atomic theory, electron configuration,
                 structure, bonding, properties, composition and nomenclature of
                 covalent and ionic substances. Introduces organic chemistry and
                                                                                                            Science: Geology
                 biochemistry topics.                                                                       G-101        GENERAL GEOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                            For liberal arts majors. A lab course introducing geologic principles
                              CH-221-01       211850 P101          MWF       10-10:50AM
                                                                                                            and concepts, earth structure, igneous, sedimentary, and metamor-
                               HAMEL                               $385      $32.50   $40       $457.50     phic rock environments; volcanic activity, and landforms. Introduc-
                               Prerequisites: A year of high school chemistry or pass CH-150 or CH-104
                               and CH-105; pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-105 or
                                                                                                            tion to minerals, ores, and basic types of rocks.
                               MTH-111. Corequisite: CH-221L Lab and CH-221S Seminar.                                    G-101-01        211990 P101          MW         12-1:20PM
                                                                                                                          HOOVER                              $308       $26      $40           $374
                 CH-221L      GENERAL CHEMISTRY LAB, 0 CREDIT                                                             Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Corequisite: One
                              CH-221L-01 211851 P161  TH     8-10:50AM                                                    G-101L lab. Lab begins first week.
                               HAMEL                  $0     $0       $0                              $0                 G-101-02        211992 P101          TTH        12-1:20PM
                              CH-221L-02 211852 P161  TH     12-2:50PM                                                    HOOVER                              $308       $26      $40           $374
                               HAMEL                  $0     $0       $0                              $0                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Corequisite: One
                              CH-221L-03 211853 P161  F      1-3:50PM                                                     G-101L lab. Lab begins first week.
                               HAMEL                  $0     $0       $0                              $0
                                                                                                            G-101L       GENERAL GEOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT
                 CH-221S      GENERAL CHEMISTRY SEMINAR, 0 CREDIT                                                        G-101L-01 211993 P164   M                       1:30-4:20PM
                              CH-221S-01 211854 P102  W      11-11:50AM                                                   HOOVER                 $0                      $0        $0                $0
                               HAMEL                  $0     $0       $0                              $0                 G-101L-02 211994 P164   T                       9-11:50AM
                              CH-221S-02 211855 P102  W      2-2:50PM                                                     CARROLL                $0                      $0        $0                $0
                               HAMEL                  $0     $0       $0                              $0                 G-101L-03 211995 P164   W                       9-11:50AM
                              CH-221S-03 211856 P102  W      3-3:50PM                                                     CARROLL                $0                      $0        $0                $0
                               HAMEL                  $0     $0       $0                              $0
                                                                                                            G-201        GENERAL GEOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
                 CH-241       ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, 4 CREDITS                                                  For geology and science majors. A lab course introducing geologic
                 First term of a transfer sequence lab course meeting the organic                           principles and concepts, earth structure, igneous, sedimentary, meta-
                 chemistry requirement for premedical, dental, veterinary, pharmacy,                        morphic rocks, weathering, soils, volcanic activity, and landforms.
                 chiropractic medicine, chemical engineering, and biology majors.                           Introduction to environmental geology.
                              CH-241-01       213266 P104          MWF       1-1:50PM                                    G-201-01        211996 P101          MW         12-1:20PM
                               ARTER                               $308      $26      $40           $374                  HOOVER                              $308       $26      $40           $374
                               Prerequisite: Pass CH-223. Corequisite: CH-241L-01 lab.                                    Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Corequisite: One
                 CH-241L      ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB, 0 CREDIT                                                             G-201L lab. Lab begins first week.
                              CH-241L-01 213268 P161  M      2-4:50PM                                                    G-201-02        211997 P101          TTH        12-1:20PM
                               ARTER                  $0     $0       $0                              $0                  HOOVER                              $308       $26      $40           $374
                                                                                                                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Corequisite: One

                 Science: Environmental
                                                                                                                          G-201L lab. Lab begins first week.
                                                                                                            G-201L       GENERAL GEOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDIT
                 ESR-171      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE, 4 CREDITS                                                           G-201L-01 211998 P164   M                       1:30-4:20PM
                 A lab course introducing environmental science issues, the scien-                                        HOOVER                 $0                      $0        $0                $0
                 tific method, systems and feedback, biogeochemical cycles, human                                        G-201L-02 211999 P164   T                       9-11:50AM
                 population growth, communities and ecosystems, productivity and                                          CARROLL                $0                      $0        $0                $0
                 energy flow, world food supply, environmental effects of agriculture,                                   G-201L-03 212000 P164   W                       9-11:50AM
                 and endangered species.                                                                                  CARROLL                $0                      $0        $0                $0
                              ESR-171-01      211857 P103          MW        9-10:20AM
                               RUEB                                $308      $26      $45
                               Recommended: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in
                                                                                                    $379
                                                                                                            Science: Life Science
                               MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-           ASC-200      INTEGRATED SCIENCE INQUIRY, 4 CREDITS
                               ment in WR-121. Corequisite: One ESR-171L lab.
                                                                                                            Introductory lab science course for liberal arts majors. Interdisciplin-
                              ESR-171-02      211858 P103          TTH       11-12:20PM                     ary perspective on science. Collaborative scientific investigations
                               RUEB                                $308      $26      $45           $379    and critical thinking. Topics vary.
                               Recommended: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in
                                                                                                                         ASC-200-01      211661 DJ191         TTH        9:30-10:50AM
                               MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or place-
                               ment in WR-121. Corequisite: One ESR-171L lab.                                             SCHULZ                              $308       $26       $45          $379
                                                                                                                          A look at Darwin and his ideas 150 years after the voyage of the Beagle.
                 ✔            ESR-171-20      213517 OIT191        M         6-8:50PM                                     Recommended: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. Corequisite: One
                                                     H360          W         6-8:50PM                                     ASC-200L lab.
                               RUEB                                $308      $26      $45           $379
                               Recommended: Pass MTH-060 with a “C” or better or placement in
                               MTH-065; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                               placement in WR-121. Lab included. At Harmony Community Campus.

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact            V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                 cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                        NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            68   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                  Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                          Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
              Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee      Total


ASC-200L INTEGRATED SCIENCE INQUIRY LAB, 0 CREDIT                                         PH-201S      GENERAL PHYSICS          SEMINAR, 0 CREDIT
	        ASC-200L-01 211662 DJ190 TTH   12-1:20PM                                                      PH-201S-01 212013        P132    TH     9-9:50AM




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          SCHULZ                  $0    $0        $0                                 $0                 BOSTROM                         $0     $0       $0                       $0
         ASC-200L-02 211663 DJ190 TTH   1:30-2:50PM                                                    PH-201S-02 212014        P132    TH     1-1:50PM
          SCHULZ                  $0    $0        $0                                 $0                 BOSTROM                         $0     $0       $0                       $0
                                                                                          PH-211       GENERAL PHYSICS          WITH CALCULUS, 5 CREDITS
Science: Physical Science                                                                 A lab course covering vectors, motion, kinematics, forces and New-
                                                                                          ton’s laws, gravity, the conservation laws for momentum and en-
GS-104       EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE, 4 CREDITS                                              ergy, rotational motion, and oscillations.
A general science sequence designed to give an overview of the                                         PH-211-01       212015 P132         MWF       12-12:50PM
physical sciences by examining the relationship between physics,
                                                                                                        BOSTROM                            $385      $32.50   $40           $457.50
chemistry and geology.                                                                                  Prerequisite: Pass MATH-251 with a “C” or better or placement in MATH-
             GS-104-01       212001 P131         TTH       2-3:20PM                                     252; pass RD-115 with a “C” or better; pass WR-095 or placement in
              HOOVER                             $308      $26      $40           $374                  WR-121.
              Recommended: Pass MTH-065. Corequisite: One GS-104L lab. Lab begins
              first week.                                                                 PH-211L      GENERAL PHYSICS          LAB, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                                       PH-211L-01 212016        P132     T     10-12:50PM
GS-104L      EARTH SYSTEM SCIENCE LAB, 0 CREDIT                                                         BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                       $0
             GS-104L-01 212002 P164  TH     9-11:50AM                                                  PH-211L-02 212017        P132     TH    10-12:50PM
              HOOVER                 $0     $0       $0                              $0                 BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                       $0
             GS-104L-02 212003 P164  W      2-4:50PM                                                   PH-211L-03 212018        P132     TH    2-4:50PM
              HOOVER                 $0     $0       $0                              $0                 BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                       $0
GS-107       ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS                                                                      PH-211L-04 212019        P132     T     2-4:50PM
A lab course discussing the history of astronomy, the Earth and                                         BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                       $0
moon, all the planets in our solar system, along with asteroids, me-                      PH-211S      GENERAL PHYSICS          SEMINAR, 0 CREDIT
teors, and comets.
                                                                                                       PH-211S-01 212020        P132     T     9-9:50AM
             GS-107-30  212004 ONLINE                                                                   BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                       $0
              DICKINSON                          $308      $26         $75        $409                 PH-211S-02 212021        P132     T     1-1:50PM
              Online. Orientation: On campus 9/27, 6pm, P132. Contact: jamesd@clacka-
                                                                                                        BOSTROM                          $0    $0       $0                       $0
              mas.edu or 503-594-3350. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in
              RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121; pass MTH-095 with a “C”
              or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.                               Science: Zoology
                                                                                          Z-201        GENERAL ZOOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
Science: Physics                                                                          A lab course offering cellular and molecular basis of animal life in-
                                                                                          cluding genetics, evolution, systematics, and protist diversity.
PH-121       GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS
A lab course discussing the history of astronomy, the Earth and                                        Z-201-01        212022 P103         MW        10:30-11:50AM
moon, all planets in our solar system, along wtih asteroids, meteors,                                   BOWN                               $308      $26       $45            $379
and comets.                                                                                             Recommended: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” or better or placement in
                                                                                                        MTH-105 or MTH-111; pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095
             PH-121-30  212005 ONLINE                                                                   or placement in WR-121. Corequisite: One Z-201L lab.
              DICKINSON                          $308      $26         $75        $409
              Online. Orientation: On campus 9/27, 6pm, P132. Contact: jamesd@clacka-     Z-201L       ZOOLOGY LAB, 0 CREDITS
              mas.edu or 503-594-3350. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in                        Z-201L-01 212023 P142               T         9-11:50AM
              RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121; pass MTH-095 with a “C”                       BOWN                               $0        $0        $0                $0
              or better or placement in MTH-105 or MTH-111.                                            Z-201L-02 212024 P151               W         12:30-3:20PM
PH-122       GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS                                                               BOWN                               $0        $0        $0                $0
A lab course discussing the properties of our sun, other stars, and
stellar evolution.
             PH-122-30  212006 ONLINE
                                                                                          Small Business Classes/Workshops
              DICKINSON                          $308      $26         $75        $409    See “Business Development Center”.
              Online. Contact: jamesd@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3350. Prerequisite:

PH-201
              Pass PH-121 or GS-107.
             GENERAL PHYSICS, 5 CREDITS
                                                                                          Sociology
A lab course covering vectors, motion, kinematics, forces and New-                        SOC-204      INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
ton’s laws, gravity, the conservation laws for momentum and en-                           Explores the social perspectives on the principles and processes of
ergy, rotational motion, and oscillations.                                                human social behavior. Examines culture, socialization, social struc-
                                                                                          ture, roles, groups, organizations, and social stratification.
             PH-201-01       212007 P101         MWF       11-11:50AM
              BOSTROM                            $385      $32.50   $40       $457.50                  SOC-204-01 213611 RR208             MW        9-10:50AM
              Prerequisite: Pass MATH-112 with a “C” or better or placement in MTH-251;                 SUMMERS-NOMURA                     $308      $26      $0              $334
              pass RD-115 with a “C” or better; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                     Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                                                                                                        placement in WR-121.
PH-201L      GENERAL PHYSICS          LAB, 0 CREDIT                                                    SOC-204-02      213612 M258         TTH       1-2:50PM
             PH-201L-01 212008        P132     T           10-12:50PM                                   PFEIFER                            $308      $26      $0              $334
              BOSTROM                          $0          $0       $0               $0                 Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
             PH-201L-02 212009        P132     TH          10-12:50PM                                   placement in WR-121.
              BOSTROM                          $0          $0       $0               $0
             PH-201L-03 212010        P132     TH          2-4:50PM
              BOSTROM                          $0          $0       $0               $0
             PH-201L-04 212011        P132     T           2-4:50PM
              BOSTROM                          $0          $0       $0               $0


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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day          Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
                               Instructor                         Tuition      Fee      Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee      Total


                 Sociology, continued
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                 SOC-205      SOCIAL STRATIfICATIOn & SOCIAL SYSTEMS, 4 CREDITS                             See Communication Studies.
                 Examines issues of social structure and social stratification. Explores
                 various social institutions and inequalities of race, class, gender, and
                 age as well as various theoretical perspectives.                                           Theatre Arts
                              SOC-205-01 213613 M206              F            8-11:50AM                    ATH-005      PLAYS & REHEARSALS, 0 CREDIT
                               SUMMERS-NOMURA                     $308         $26      $0          $334    Training in theater production through intensive study and rehears-
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or              al of scenes and plays for public performances.
                               placement in WR-121.                                                                      ATH-005-01 213309 N147                MWF       3-5:50PM
                 SOC-206      InSTITUTIOnS & SOCIAL CHAnGE, 4 CREDITS                                                     SMITH-ENGLISH                        $0        $0       $20           $20
                 Explores various social institutions, stratification systems, social                                     Required: Instructor consent & successful audition.
                 movements, and other elements of culture from a social change                              ATH-006      STAGECRAFT, 0 CREDIT
                 perspective. Theories of social organization and sources will be ex-                       Training in theatrical production through in-class intensive prepara-
                 amined.                                                                                    tion, study, and program development for public presentation. Uses
                              SOC-206-01      213614 M201         MW           1-2:50PM                     all forms of performing arts.
                               PFEIFER                            $308         $26      $0          $334                 ATH-006-01 213310 N147                MWF       12-2:50PM
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                            SMITH-ENGLISH                        $0        $0       $20           $20
                               placement in WR-121.                                                                       Required: Instructor consent.
                 SOC-210      MARRIAGE, fAMILY AnD InTIMATE RELATIOnS,                                      TA-111       FUND OF TECHNICAL THEATRE, 4 CREDITS
                              4 CREDITS                                                                     Study and practice in techniques of assembling various types of pro-
                 Course will introduce students to the study of marriage, intimate re-                      ductions for presentation. Includes basic principles and techniques
                 lations, and family systems from the sociological viewpoint.                               in stage design, construction, and lighting.
                              SOC-210-01      213615 M201         TTH          6-7:50PM                                  TA-111-01   213320 N147               TTH       9-11:50AM
                               PFEIFER                            $308         $26      $0          $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or                            WHITTEN/BRADFORD                     $308      $26      $0         $334
                               placement in WR-121.                                                         TA-141       ACTING I, 4 CREDITS
                 SOC-225      SOCIAL PROBLEMS, 4 CREDITS                                                                 TA-141-01   213321 N147               MWF       10:15-11:20AM
                 Applies the sociological framework to the study of social problems,                                      SMITH-ENGLISH                        $308      $26       $0        $334
                                                                                                                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                 their identification, analysis of causes and possible solutions.
                                                                                                                          placement in WR-121.
                              SOC-225-01 213616 RR208             MW           11-12:50PM
                               SUMMERS-NOMURA                     $308         $26      $0          $334    TA-153       THEATRE REHEARSAL/PERFORMANCE, 1-3V CREDITS
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or              Training in theatre production through intensive study and rehears-
                               placement in WR-121.                                                         al of scenes and plays for public performances.
                 SOC-280      SOCIOLOGY/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS                                                                TA-153-01   213322 N147               MWF       3-5:50PM
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                        SMITH-ENGLISH                        $231      $19.50   $20 $270.50V
                                                                                                                          Required: Instructor consent & successful audition.
                 sociology.
                              SOC-280-01      213617 JOBSITE                                                TA-195       STUDENT PERFORMANCE SHOWCASE, 1-3V CREDITS
                               LEWIS                              $462         $39     $15         $516V    Training in special forms of theatrical presentation through in-class
                               Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                intensive preparation, study, and program development for public
                                                                                                            presentation including comedy improv, stand-up comedy, and stu-
                                                                                                            dent directed one-act plays.
                 Social Science                                                                                          TA-195-01   213323 N147               MWF       12-2:50PM
                 SSC-180      PATHWAY TO SUSTAInABILITY, 5 CREDITS                                                        SMITH-ENGLISH                        $231      $19.50   $20 $270.50V
                 Can we create a more sustainable and just world? We will question                                        Required: Instructor consent and successful audition.
                 our assuptions regarding economic models, democracy, our relation-                         TA-211       TECHNICAL THEATRE STUDY, 4 CREDITS
                 ships with the environment, and social structures? What are the                            Comprehensive study and practice in presentational graphics, scene
                 roots of the current ecological crisis?                                                    design, lighting design, and chromatics. The full creative process of
                              SSC-180-01      213618 RR208        MW           6-8:20PM                     staging a production will be explored.
                               GRABILL                            $385         $32.50   $0     $417.50                   TA-211-01       213325 N147           TTH       9-11:50AM
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                                                                                                                          WHITTEN                              $308      $26      $0         $334
                 SSC-233      ELECTROnIC CULTURE, 4 CREDITS                                                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115; pass WR-095 or
                 An introduction to the interdisciplinary field of electronic culture,                                    placement in WR-121. Prerequisites: Pass TA-111, pass TA-112 & pass
                 focusing on the use of electronic computer technology by individu-                                       TA-113.
                 als and groups. Examines transformation of self, identity, commu-                          TA-253       THEATRE REHEARSAL/PERFORMANCE, 1-3V CREDITS
                 nication, and development of electronic communities and subcul-                            Training in theatre production through intensive study and rehears-
                 tures.                                                                                     al of scenes and plays for public performances.
                              SSC-233-01 213686 ONLINE                                                                   TA-253-01   213327 N147               MWF       3-5:50PM
                               SUMMERS-NOMURA                     $308         $26     $35          $369                  SMITH-ENGLISH                        $231      $19.50   $20 $270.50V
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: carries@                      Required: Instructor consent and successful audition.
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3866. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                               ment in RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact            V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                 cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                        NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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Course No.   Course title/credit                                                              Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day        Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
              Instructor                           Tuition    Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


TA-280       THEATRE/CWE, 2-6V CREDITS
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                             Utility Workforce Training




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theatre.                                                                                      CCC Wilsonville campus offers two certificate programs that prepare stu-
             TA-280-01       213328 JOBSITE                                                   dents for entry level technical careers in the utility industry. The Utility Work-
              WHITTEN                              $462       $39         $15        $516V    force Readiness certificate two-term 30 credit program prepares students
              Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.                                   with general entry level skills for careers in the utility industry.
TA-295       STUDENT PERFORMANCE SHOWCASE, 1-3V CREDITS                                       The Utility Trade Preparation: Lineworker one-year certificate program trains
Training in special forms of theatrical presentation through in-class                         students for trade specific entry level skills. All degree/certificate seeking stu-
intensive preparation, study, and program development for public                              dents should arrange to speak to an advisor prior to registering. Call Angie
presentation including comedy improv, stand-up comedy, and stu-
                                                                                              Sandercock at 503-594-0944 for more information or advising needs. See
dent directed one-act plays.
                                                                                              Energy Resource Management for one year certificate and AAS degree.
             TA-295-01   213329 N147               MWF        12-2:50PM
              SMITH-ENGLISH                        $231       $19.50   $20 $270.50V           ERM-100      ORIENTATION TO ENERGY & RESOURCE MANAGEMENT,
              Required: Instructor consent and successful audition.                                        3 CREDITS
                                                                                              Overview of the energy, utility and resource industries’ career op-

Transportation & Logistics                                                                    tions. Through field trips, guest speakers, and research, students will
                                                                                              discover and report on career options in the energy industry.
Through a first-ever public/private partnership with IITR (International Insti-               HYB          ERM-100-01 213871 W211               M          6-7:50PM
tute of Transportation Resource), CCC is offering a series of Transportation                                MCLAIN                              $0         $0       $231         $231
                                                                                                            Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: johnmcl@
and Logistics courses which include Commercial Driver’s Licensing (CDL)
                                                                                                            clackamas.edu. Recommended: Basic computer skills. Corequisites:
training, practical applications, customer service skills, and cooperative work
                                                                                                            ERM-101-01 and ERM-171-01. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
experience.
                                                                                              ERM-101      ENERGY & RESOURCE TECHNOLOGY I: INTRO, 3 CREDITS
TTL-101 and TTL-121 will be taken in combination, and are available in                        Examine the history, development and segmentation of the energy
daytime, evening and weekend formats. The combined class fee is to be                         industry in the Northwest. Research and report on the effects of re-
PAID ON SITE to IITR. TTL-141 Customer Service is only available on-line,                     gional energy policies and how they affect specific segments of the
with fees payable to CCC. For more information on IITR and this training                      energy industry.
program, contact Dave Riggins at 503-657-8225, or inquire at http://www.                      HYB          ERM-101-01 213873 W211               M          8-9:50PM
iitr.net/information.html                                                                                   MCLAIN                              $0         $0       $231         $231
                                                                                                            Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: johnmcl@
TTL-101      INTRO TRANSPORTATION/LOGISTICS, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                            clackamas.edu. Recommended: Basic computer skills. Corequisites:
Introduction to logistics and commercial vehicle operation, covering                                        ERM 100-01 & ERM-171-01. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
control systems, coupling procedures, cargo handling and pre-trip
inspections. Covers regulations and requirements for CDL, speed                               ERM-171      ENERGY INDUSTRY WORKPLACE HEALTH AWARENESS,
management, road conditions, and accident scene management.                                                3 CREDITS
✔	           TTL-101-01ITR 212213 CLSRM            TBA        TBA                             Discover principles and concepts that govern health related envi-
              MCKINNEY/CLEM                        $0         $0          $0            $0    ronmental conditions in a workplace setting in the utility industry.
              Required: Instructor consent. To register, contact Dave Riggins at              Create systems for change specific to health related workplace con-
              503-657-8225. A $5,210 fee is payable to IITR; this includes the cost of the    ditions within OSHA standards.
              corequisite class TTL-121-01ITR. Corequisite: TTL-121. At Clackamas.            ✔	           ERM-171-01 213872 W211               TTH        6-8:50PM
                                                                                                            JOHNSTON                            $0         $0       $316         $316
TTL-121      PRAC APPS: TRANSP & LOGISTICS, 6 CREDITS                                                       Meets 9/28-10/27. Corequisite: ERM-100-01 & ERM-101-01.
Demonstration of skill development related to safe commercial vehi-                                         At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
cle operation. In-depth coverage of logistics, business processes and
communication skills development. Covers delivery vehicle basics,                             ERM-172      ENERGY INDUSTRY SAFETY DEVELOPMENT, 3 CREDITS
including backing, visual search, shifting, turning, space and speed                          Discover principles and concepts that govern safe work practices in
management.                                                                                   the utility industry. Create systems for change in specific safe work
                                                                                              practices. Focus on safety awareness and development.
✔	           TTL-121-01ITR 212215 CLSRM            TBA        TBA
              MCKINNEY/CLEM                        $0         $0          $0            $0    ✔	           ERM-172-01 213874 W211               TTH        6-8:50PM
              Required: Instructor consent. To register, contact Dave Riggins at
                                                                                                            TRACY                               $0         $0       $291         $291
                                                                                                            Meets: 11/2-12/8. Orientation: Wilsonville Campus, 9/22, 6:00 pm, W- 211.
              503-657-8225. Course fees are included upon registration in
                                                                                                            Contact: shellyt@clackamas.edu or 503-594-0945. Required: Valid Driver’s
              TTL-101-01ITR. Corequisite: TTL-101. At Clackamas.
                                                                                                            License and satisfactory driving record to pass the CDL permit requirements
TTL-141      TRANSPORTATION CUSTOMER SERVICE SKILLS,                                                        of ODMV. Prerequisite: Pass ERM-171 with a ‘C’ or better).
             3 CREDITS                                                                                      At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
Focuses on building necessary skills for outstanding customer
service, including effective listening, conflict resolution, and com-
munication. Identify internal and external customers, learn how to                            Water & Environmental Technology
handle potentially unproductive interactions, and create positive                             WET-009      4 DAY CROSS CONN SPEC COURSE, 3.2 CEU
experiences for all customers.                                                                Explanation of current State of Oregon rules and regulations , for
             TTL-141-01       212217 ONLINE                                                   managing a cross connection program and information on best
              CLEM                                 $0         $0          $263        $263    practices for cross connection programs. Successful completion of
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: Pam Clem at        this course qualifies you to apply to the State of Oregon for certifica-
              pamc@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3196.                                             tion as a Cross Connection Specialist.
TTL-180      TRANSPORTATION/LOGISTICS/CWE, 6 CREDITS                                                       WET-009-41 213244 T150               MTWTH 8-4:50PM
Work-based learning experience in the Transportation & Logistics                                           ANDERSON                             $0    $0       $375              $375
field. Supervision and evaluation of the student’s job performance                                          Meets: 10/31-11/3.
will be provided by qualified staff of the College and employer.
             TTL-180-01 212218 CLSRM
              MCKINNEY/CLEM                        $462       $39         $456        $957
              Required: Instructor consent and a weekly CWE seminar. Contact: Pam Clem
              at pamc@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3196.

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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                         Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                       Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room        Day       Time
                               Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                            Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee     Total


                 Water & Environmental Technology, continued                                              WET-111      WATERWORKS OPERATIONS I, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                          Introduction to municipal drinking water treatment and distribu-
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                 WET-009      5 DAY BACKFLOW TESTER COURSE, 4 CEU                                         tion systems. Basic waterworks hydraulics, drinking water regula-
                 Learn how to test all approved backflow assemblies, proper installa-                     tions, waterworks bacteriology, and introduction to disinfection.
                 tion, trouble shooting, and basic repair methods. Successful comple-                                  WET-111-01      213249 P131            M         6-8:50PM
                 tion of this course qualifies you to apply to the State of Oregon for                                 LAFORCE                                $231      $19.50   $15     $265.50
                 certification as a Certified Backflow Assembly Tester.                                                 Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065, or placement in MTH-080. Corequisite:
                                                                                                                        MTH-082B-01.
                              WET-009-51       213241 T150        MTWTHF 8-4:50PM
                              LAFORCE                             $0     $0       $470            $470    WET-241      AQUATIC MICROBIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
                               Meets: 9/12-9/16.                                                          A lab course with topics in applied microbiology. Utilize methods
                              WET-009-52       213242 T150        MTWTHF 8-4:50PM                         to detect the coliform group in water and wastewater. Identify both
                              LAFORCE                             $0     $0       $470            $470    filamentous bacteria and indicator protozoa groups in the activated
                               Meets: 12/5-12/9.                                                          sludge process.
                                                                                                                       WET-241-01      213251 DJ190           MW        8-10:50AM
                 WET-009      ONE DAY SPEC RENEWAL COURSE, 0.6 CEU
                                                                                                                       LAFORCE                                $308      $26      $40         $374
                 Course will give you knowledge of current rules and regulations                                        Prerequisite: Pass BI-204.
                 and a wealth of information on best practices for cross connection
                 program managers. Successful completion of this course satisfies the                                  WET-241-02      213269 DJ190           TTH       8-10:50AM
                 continuing education unit requirement for renewal of your certifica-                                  LAFORCE                                $308      $26      $40         $374
                 tion.                                                                                                  Prerequisite: Pass BI-204.
                              WET-009-31 213245 T150              F         8-2:50PM                      WET-242      HYDRAULICS/WATER & WASTEWATER, 3 CREDITS
                              ANDERSON                            $0        $0       $85           $85    Study of closed conduit and open channel flow. Includes hydrostat-
                               Meets: 10/28.                                                              ics, head loss, pump characteristics, Bernoulli’s and the energy equa-
                                                                                                          tions, and basic characteristics of water.
                 WET-009      ONE DAY TESTER RENEWAL COURSE, 0.6 CEU
                 Prepares currently licensed backflow testers to demonstrate backflow                                  WET-242-01      213270 P131            W         12-2:50PM
                 testing skills on approved backflow assemblies. Practice assemblies                                   STAFF                                  $231      $19.50   $15     $265.50
                 (both vertical and horizontal)will be available. Written exam and                                      Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 or placement in MTH-080.
                 hands-on assembly testing exam will commence. This course satis-                         WET-245      INSTRUMENTATION AND CONTROL, 4 CREDITS
                 fies the State of Oregon continuing education unit requirement for                       A lab course introducing methods used to monitor and control treat-
                 renewing Backflow License.                                                               ment processes in wastewater, water and high-purity water facilities.
                              WET-009-11       213239 T150        F         8-2:50PM                      Advanced water analysis to include typical monitoring of HPW
                              LAFORCE                             $0        $0       $85           $85    treatment. Fundamentals of control loops, control systems and data
                               Meets: 10/7/11.                                                            management.
                              WET-009-12       213240 T150        F         8-2:50PM                                   WET-245-01 213271 P131 WTH     5-7:50PM
                              LAFORCE                             $0        $0       $85           $85                 CARR                   $308    $26      $40                           $374
                               Meets: 11/4/11.                                                            WET-280      WATER & ENVIRONMENTAL PROJ II, 5 CREDITS
                 WET-010      WASTEWATER OPERATIONS I, 3 CREDITS                                          Practical field experience in a municipal, public or private wastewa-
                 Introduction to the fundamental of wastewater treatment plant op-                        ter treatment plant of specific activated sludge design. Process load-
                 eration. Includes collections systems, preliminary and primary treat-                    ing criteria, data acquisition, trend charting, and relevant process
                 ment, waste characteristics including organic removals, and solids                       strategies will be addressed.
                 profiles.                                                                                             WET-280-01      213272
                              WET-010-01       213246 P131        T         5-7:50PM                                                            P131          M         2-3:50PM
                              STAFF                               $231      $19.50   $15      $265.50                   STAFF                                 $0        $32.50   $35        $67.50
                               For professional upgrade only.                                                           Corequisite: Inclusive CWE Seminar.
                 WET-011      WATERWORKS OPERATIONS I, 3 CREDITS
                 Introduction to municipal drinking water treatment and distribu-
                 tion systems. Basic waterworks hydraulics, drinking water regula-
                                                                                                          Welding Technology
                 tions, waterworks bacteriology, and introduction to disinfection.                        AB-112       COLLISION REPAIR WELDING I, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                          Focus on auto collision damage repair. Emphasis is on Metal Inert
                              WET-011-01       213247 P131        M         6-8:50PM
                              LAFORCE                             $231      $19.50   $15      $265.50     Gas (MIG), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), on light gauge metals,
                               For professional upgrade only.                                             oxygen-acetylene welding cutting and forming.
                                                                                                                       AB-112-01  212078 T159  F        7:30-12:20PM
                 WET-110      WASTEWATER OPERATIONS I, 3 CREDITS
                                                                                                                        MOLATORE               $154     $13       $114                       $281
                 Introduction to the fundamentals of wastewater operations. In-
                 cludes collection systems, preliminary and primary treatment, waste                                   AB-112-02  212079 T159  F        1-5:50PM
                 characteristics including organic removals, and solids profiles.                                       PHELPS                 $154     $13       $114                       $281
                              WET-110-01       213248 P131        T         5-7:50PM                      AB-123       COLLISION REPAIR WELDING II, 2 CREDITS
                              STAFF                               $231      $19.50   $15      $265.50     Focus on auto collision damage repair. Emphasis is on Metal Inert
                               Prerequisite: Pass MTH-065 or placement in MTH-080. Corequisite:           Gas (MIG), Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), on light gauge metals,
                               MTH-082A-01.                                                               oxy-acetylene welding cutting and forming.
                                                                                                                       AB-123-01 212081 T159                  F         7:30-12:20PM
                                                                                                                        MOLATORE                              $154      $13       $102       $269
                                                                                                                        Prerequisite: AB-112.
                                                                                                                       AB-123-02       212082 T159            F         1-5:50PM
                                                                                                                        PHELPS                                $154      $13      $102        $269
                                                                                                                        Prerequisite: AB-112.


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact          V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class               cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                      NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            72   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                 Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                         Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room    Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
              Instructor                        Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


AB-235       COLLISION REPAIR WELDING III, 2 CREDITS                                     WLD-104 INTRO TO CNC PLASMA CUTTING, 2 CREDITS
Aluminum welding for collision damage repair. Gas Metal Arc Weld-                        Introduces the student to the basics of CNC plasma cutting. Partici-




                                                                                                                                                                                    Course Listing
ing (GMAW) and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) processes are                             pants will learn operation and set-up procedures for CNC plasma as
covered along with related weld repair techniques and equipment/                         well as geometry creation and programming. This course is recom-
safety procedures.                                                                       mended for anyone interested in CNC plasma cutting for industry
             AB-235-01 212083 T159              F         7:30-12:20PM                   applications or artwork.
              MOLATORE                          $154      $13       $114         $281            WLD-104-01 212097 T159   MW    3-4:50PM
              Prerequisite: AB-123.                                                              VOSKUIL                  $154  $13      $90                                $257
             AB-235-02       212084 T159        F         1-5:50PM                       WLD-110 WELDER CERTIFICATION, 1-2V CREDITS
              PHELPS                            $154      $13      $114          $281    Provides theory and practical instruction in welder certification.
              Prerequisite: AB-123.                                                      Choose FCAW, SMAW or GTAW for certification.
WLD-007A AWS CERTIFICATN 1 PLATE TEST, 0 CREDIT                                                       WLD-110-09 213765 T159              S         1:30-5:20PM
Welder certification in accordance with AWS Dl .1 for one position                                    RAKICH                              $0        $0        $257         $257V
for students enrolled in any CCC welding course. City card upon                                        Required: Instructor consent. Contact: mylanr@clackamas.edu
request.                                                                                               or 503-594-3810.
             WLD-007A-01 213767 T159            TBA       TBA                            WLD-110 WELDER CERTIFICATION, 1-4V CREDITS
             CALDERA/MOLATORE                   $0        $0          $140       $140    Provides theory and practical instruction in welder certification.
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: suec@clackamas.edu                  Choose FCAW, SMAW or GTAW for certification.
              or 503-594-3065 or jeffm@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3169.                                 WLD-110-03 212100 T159              MW        8-11:50AM
WLD-007B AWS CERTIFICATN 2 PLATE TEST, 0 CREDIT                                                       CALDERA                             $0        $0       $514          $514V
Welder certification in any two positions, in accordance with AWS                                      Required: Instructor consent. Contact: suec@clackamas.edu or 503-594-
D1.1 for students enrolled in any CCC welding course. City card                                        3065.
upon request.                                                                                         WLD-110-04 212101 T159              TTH       8-11:50AM
             WLD-007B-01 213768 T159            TBA       TBA                                         CALDERA                             $0        $0       $514          $514V
             CALDERA/MOLATORE                   $0        $0          $280       $280                  Required: Instructor consent. Contact: suec@clackamas.edu or 503-594-
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: suec@clackamas.edu                                3065.
              or 503-594-3065 or jeffm@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3169.                                 WLD-110-08 212105 T159              SSU       10-1:50PM
                                                                                                      KAUFFMAN                            $0        $0       $514          $514V
WLD-007C AWS CERTIFICATION PIPE TEST, 0 CREDIT
Welder certification on pipe in accordance with AWS D1.1 for stu-                                     WLD-110-05 212102 T159              TTH       1-4:50PM
dents enrolled in any CCC welding course. City card upon request.                                     BATES                               $0        $0       $514          $514V
                                                                                                       Required: Instructor consent. Contact: dustinb@clackamas.edu
             WLD-007C-01 213769 T159            TBA       TBA                                          or 503-594-3579.
             CALDERA/MOLATORE                   $0        $0          $280       $280
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: suec@clackamas.edu                               WLD-110-01 212098 T159              MW        6-9:50PM
                                                                                                      PHELPS                              $0        $0       $514          $514V
              or 503-594-3065 or jeffm@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3169.                                  Required: Instructor consent. Contact: johnp@clackamas.edu
WLD-100 WELDERS PRINT READING I, 3 CREDITS                                                             or 503-594-6378.
Provides instruction in reading and interpretation of sketches and                                    WLD-110-02 212099 T159              TTH       6-9:50PM
prints common in the welding industry. Interpretation of conven-                                      PHELPS                              $0        $0       $514          $514V
tional drafting symbols, welding symbols, development of basic                                         Required: Instructor consent. Contact: johnp@clackamas.edu
shop drawings and projects.                                                                            or 503-594-6378.
        WLD-100-01 212086 T159 W      12:30-3:20PM                                               WLD-110-06 212103 T159 MW                           10-11:59PM
         MOLATORE              $231   $19.50    $45                          $295.50                               T159 TTH                          12:01-1:50AM
                                                                                                  PHELPS                $0                           $0        $514        $514V
WLD-102 INTRODUCTION TO WELDING, 2 CREDITS
Designed for the beginner and experimental welder. Includes: oxy-                                WLD-110-07 212104 T159 TTH                          10-11:59PM
acetylene, stick, wire feed and TIG welding, oxy-acetylene and                                                     T159 WF                           12:01-1:50AM
                                                                                                  RAKICH                $0                           $0        $514        $514V
plasma arc cutting.
             WLD-102-02      212088 T159
                                S    9-12:50PM                                           WLD-111 SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING, 8                      CREDITS
             RAKICH             $154 $13       $90                               $257    Provides students with the opportunity to acquire knowledge and
                                                                                         skills to perform fillet welds in all positions with the SMAW process.
                 212089 T159
             WLD-102-03         S    1:30-5:20PM
                                                                                         Oxy-fuel cutting, air carbon arc cutting and gouging also covered.
             RAKICH             $154 $13       $90                               $257
                 212087 T159
             WLD-102-01         F    2-5:50PM                                                     WLD-111-01 212106 T159 MTWTH 6-9:50PM
                                                                                                   PHELPS                $616    $52    $360                               $1028
             RAKICH             $154 $13       $90                               $257
             WLD-102-07
                 212093 T159    S    6-9:50PM                                            WLD-111A SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING, 4 CREDITS
             RAKICH             $154 $13       $90                               $257    Part one of WLD-111 which provides opportunity to acquire knowl-
             WLD-102-05
                 212091 T159    T    10-11:59PM                                          edge and skills to perform fillet and groove welds in flat and hori-
                        T159    W    12:01-1:50AM                                        zontal positions with the SMAW process.
         ROMANS                 $154 $13       $90                               $257             WLD-111A-02 212109 T159 SSU                        10-1:50PM
WLD-103 BLACKSMITHING & TRAD. IRON WRK, 2 CREDITS                                                  KAUFFMAN               $308                       $26      $180          $514
Introduces the student to basic blacksmithing techniques and pro-                                 WLD-111A-01 212108 T159 MW                         6-9:50PM
cesses, as well as terminology, steel types, heat treating and tool                                PHELPS                 $308                       $26      $180          $514
making. Multiple projects allow the student to practice the varied                       WLD-111B SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING, 4                     CREDITS
methods of manual metal forming. No welding experience required.                         Part two of WLD-111 with additional opportunity to perform vari-
             WLD-103-04 213766 T159             SU        10-1:50PM                      ous welds in vertical and overhead positions with the SMAW pro-
             ROMANS                             $154      $13       $90          $257    cess.
             WLD-103-01 212094 T159             F         6-9:50PM                                    WLD-111B-02 212111 T159             SSU       10-1:50PM
             ROMANS                             $154      $13       $90          $257                 KAUFFMAN                            $308      $26      $180           $514
             WLD-103-02 212095 T159             TH        10-11:59PM                                   Prerequisite: WLD-111A.
                               T159             F         12:01-1:50AM                                WLD-111B-01 212110 T159             TTH       6-9:50PM
             ROMANS                             $154      $13       $90          $257                 PHELPS                              $308      $26      $180           $514
                                                                                                       Prerequisite: WLD-111A.

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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                      Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room   Day       Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
                               Instructor                       Tuition   Fee      Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee      Total


                 Welding Technology, continued                                                         WLD-210 BEGINNING SMAW PIPE WELDING, 2 CREDITS
                                                                                                       Provides an opportunity to acquire knowledge and skills to perform
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                 WLD-112 INTRO SMAW PRE-PIPE WELDING, 2 CREDITS                                        open root groove welds on plate and pipe using E6010 and E7018.
                 Provides beginning theory and practical instruction in SMAW in                        Oxy-fuel pipe cutting is included.
                 preparation for pipe welding. Stringer, fillet, root groove welds on                               WLD-210-01 212121 T159              W         1-4:50PM
                 plate and oxy-fuel cutting will be covered.                                                        BATES                               $154      $13      $90          $257
                         WLD-112-01 212112 T159 M     1-4:50PM                                                       Required: Instructor consent. Contact: dustinb@clackamas.edu
                          BATES                 $154  $13      $90                             $257                  or 503-594-3579. Prerequisite: WLD-112.

                 WLD-113 GMAW/FCAW (WIREFEED), 8 CREDITS                                               WLD-211 ADVANCED SMAW, 4 CREDITS
                 Acquire knowledge and skills to perform fillet and groove welds in                    Acquire knowledge and skills to perform groove welds in all posi-
                 all positions with GMAW and FCAW. Oxy-fuel and plasma cutting                         tions using the SMAW process. Cutting and gouging processes, ad-
                 also covered.                                                                         vanced welding theory, and AWS welding procedures are included.
                          WLD-113-01 212113 T159 MTWTH 8-11:50AM                                                    WLD-211-01 212122 T159              MW        6-9:50PM
                           CALDERA               $616  $52      $360                          $1028                 VOSKUIL                             $308      $26      $180         $514
                                                                                                                     Prerequisite: WLD-111 or WLD-111A and WLD-111B.
                 WLD-113A GMAW/FCAW (WIREFEED), 4 CREDITS
                 Part one of a WLD-113 which provides the opportunity to acquire                       WLD-212 SMAW PIPE WELDING, 2 CREDITS
                 knowledge and skills to perform fillet and groove welds in flat and                   Provides theory and practical instruction in open root V groove pipe
                 horizontal positions with GMAW and FCAW processes. Oxy-fuel and                       welding using E6010 and E7018 electrodes. Oxy-fuel pipe cutting
                 plasma cutting also covered.                                                          will be included.
                          WLD-113A-01 212114 T159 MW   8-11:50AM                                                    WLD-212-01 212123 T159              W         1-4:50PM
                           CALDERA                $308 $26      $180                           $514                 BATES                               $154      $13      $90          $257
                                                                                                                     Required: Instructor consent and SMAW experience. Contact: dustinb@
                 WLD-113B GMAW/FCAW (WIREFEED), 4 CREDITS                                                            clackamas.edu or 503-594-3579. Prerequisite: WLD-211.
                 Part two of WLD-113 which provides additional knowledge and
                 skills to perform fillet and groove welds in vertical and overhead po-                WLD-213 ADVANCED GMAW/FCAW, 4 CREDITS
                 sitions with the GMAW and FCAW processes.                                             Acquire knowledge and skills to perform groove welds in all posi-
                                                                                                       tions using the GMAW and FCAW processes. Industrial-cutting pro-
                              WLD-113B-01 212115 T159           TTH       8-11:50AM                    cesses, advanced welding theory and AWS welding procedures are
                              CALDERA                           $308      $26      $180        $514    included.
                               Prerequisite: WLD-113A.
                                                                                                                    WLD-213-01 212124 T159              MW        8-11:50AM
                 WLD-115 GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING/GTAW, 8 CREDITS                                                   CALDERA                             $308      $26      $180         $514
                 Acquire knowledge and skills to perform fillet and groove welds in                                  Prerequisite: WLD-113 or WLD-113A and WLD-113B.
                 various positions on steel, stainless steel and aluminum with the
                 GTAW process. Plasma cutting also covered.                                            WLD-215 ADVANCED GTAW, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                       Acquire knowledge and skills to perform welds in all positions on
                          WLD-115-01 212116 T159 MTWTH 10-11:59PM                                      plain carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum using the GTAW
                                            T159 TWTHF 12:01-1:50AM                                    process. Industrial cutting processes, advanced welding theory and
                           PHELPS/RAKICH         $616  $52       $360                         $1028
                                                                                                       AWS welding procedures are included.
                 WLD-115A GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING/GTAW, 4 CREDITS                                                  WLD-215-01 213762 T159              TTH       10-11:59PM
                 Part one of WLD-115 which provides opportunity to acquire                                                            T159              WF        12:01-1:50AM
                 knowledge and skills to perform fillet and groove welds in flat and                                RAKICH                              $308      $26       $180        $514
                 horizontal positions on steel, stainless steel and aluminum with the                                Prerequisites: WLD-115 or WLD-115A and WLD-115B.
                 GTAW process.
                                                                                                       WLD-250 WELD FAB I/BEGINNING PROJECT, 4 CREDITS
                          WLD-115A-01 212117 T159 MW   10-11:59PM                                      Instruction in fabrication techniques including blueprint reading,
                                             T159 TTH  12:01-1:50AM                                    layout, sketching, bills of material, job cost calculations, measuring,
                           PHELPS                 $308 $26       $180                          $514
                                                                                                       fitting, cutting and welding. Beginning projects will be assigned.
                 WLD-115B GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING/GTAW, 4 CREDITS                                                  WLD-250-01 212125 T159              TTH       1-4:50PM
                 Part two of WLD-115 which provides additional opportunity to per-                                  BATES                               $308      $26      $180         $514
                 form various welds in vertical and overhead positions on steel, stain-                              Prerequisite: WLD-111, WLD-113 or WLD-115.
                 less steel and aluminum with the GTAW process.
                              WLD-115B-01 212118 T159           TTH       10-11:59PM                   WLD-251 WELD FAB II/INTERMEDIATE PROJ, 4 CREDITS
                                                                                                       Students will be assigned intermediate fabrication projects based on
                                                 T159           WF        12:01-1:50AM
                              RAKICH                            $308      $26       $180       $514    skills learned in WLD-250 Fabrication I.
                               Prerequisite: WLD-115A.                                                              WLD-251-01 212127 T159              TTH       1-4:50PM
                 WLD-150 WELDING PROCESSES, 4 CREDITS                                                               BATES                               $308      $26      $180         $514
                                                                                                                     Prerequisite: WLD-250.
                 Covers oxy-acetylene welding, brazing, cutting, stick welding, wire
                 feed, oxy-fuel and plasma cutting. Includes: safety, electrical funda-                WLD-252 WELDING FAB III ADVANCED PROJ, 4 CREDITS
                 mentals, routine maintenance, minor repairs, and terms and defini-                    Students will use techniques from WLD-250 Fabrication I and
                 tions.                                                                                WLD-251 Fabrication II to build advanced projects. Students will be
                              WLD-150-01 212119 T159            TTH       6-9:50PM                     responsible for managing their projects to completion.
                              VOSKUIL                           $308      $26      $180        $514                 WLD-252-01 212128 T159              TTH       1-4:50PM
                                                                                                                    BATES                               $308      $26      $180         $514
                                                                                                                     Prerequisite: WLD-251.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact       V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class            cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                   NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            74   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                                                     Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time                                        Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                          Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee       Crs. Fee      Total


WLD-261 WELDING SPECIAL PROJECTS, 1-2V CREDITS                                                     WLD-261-20 212148 T159 TH   10-11:59PM
Allows students to improve their welding skills while working on                                                     T159 F    12:01-1:50AM




                                                                                                                                                                                        Course Listing
instructor-approved projects. May be repeated for 9 credits.                                       RAKICH                 $154 $13       $90                                  $257V
             WLD-261-09 212137 T159               F         7:30-11:20AM                           WLD-261-21 212149 T159 M    10-11:59PM
             MOLATORE                             $154      $13       $90         $257V                              T159 T    12:01-1:50AM
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: jeffm@clackamas.edu                           PHELPS                 $154 $13       $90                                  $257V
              or 503-594-3169.                                                                     WLD-261-22 212150 T159 W    10-11:59PM
             WLD-261-01 212129 T159               M         8-11:50AM                                                T159 TH   12:01-1:50AM
             CALDERA                              $154      $13      $90          $257V            PHELPS                 $154 $13       $90                                  $257V
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: suec@clackamas.edu                    WLD-280 WELDING TECHNOLOGY/CWE, 1-6V CREDITS
              or 503-594-3065.                                                             Work-based learning experience in the welding trades. Coordination
             WLD-261-02 212130 T159               T         8-11:50AM                      of instruction will occur with industry and the CWE department.
             CALDERA                              $154      $13      $90          $257V                 WLD-280-01 212154 JOBSITE
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: suec@clackamas.edu                                 CALDERA/MOLATORE                      $462      $39       $15         $516V
              or 503-594-3065.                                                                           Required: Instructor consent and a CWE seminar. Contact: suec@
             WLD-261-03 212131 T159               W         8-11:50AM                                    clackamas.edu or 503-594-3065 or jeffm@clackamas.edu
             CALDERA                              $154      $13      $90          $257V                  or 503-594-3169.
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: suec@clackamas.edu
              or 503-594-3065.
             WLD-261-04 212132 T159               TH        8-11:50AM
                                                                                           Women’s Studies
             CALDERA                              $154      $13      $90          $257V    WKS-001      CHRYSALIS, 0 CREDIT
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: suec@clackamas.edu                    Local author Pat Lichen leads women writers of all levels through
              or 503-594-3065.                                                             weekly discussions of their work. Share your written words and be
             WLD-261-12      212140 T159          S         9-12:50PM                      inspired by the words of other women writers.
             RAKICH                               $154      $13      $90          $257V                 WKS-001-01 213367 RR220 W                       12-1:50PM
             WLD-261-15      212143 T159          SU        10-1:50PM                                   LICHEN                  $0                      $0       $0               $0
             ROMANS                               $154      $13      $90          $257V    WS-101       WOMEN’S STUDIES, 4 CREDITS
             WLD-261-23      212151 T159          S         10-1:50PM                      Course will examine and analyze the position of women in society
             KAUFFMAN                             $154      $13      $90          $257V    and critically explore social issues relevant to women’s lives and
             WLD-261-24      212152 T159          SU        10-1:50PM                      feminism historically and in the future.
             KAUFFMAN                             $154      $13      $90          $257V                 WS-101-01       213621 ONLINE
             WLD-261-25      213763 T159          M         1-4:50PM                                    SEVERSON                              $308      $26       $35          $369
             BATES                                $154      $13      $90          $257V                  Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: kjirsten@
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: dustinb@clackamas.edu                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3842. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              or 503-594-3579.                                                                           ment in RD-115.
             WLD-261-26 213764 T159               W         1-4:50PM
             BATES                                $154      $13      $90
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: dustinb@clackamas.edu
                                                                                  $257V
                                                                                           Writing
              or 503-594-3579.                                                             WR-080       BASIC WRITING SKILLS, 3 CREDITS
             WLD-261-13 212141 T159               S         1:30-5:20PM                    Grammar and punctuation review for native English speakers who
             RAKICH                               $154      $13       $90         $257V    wish to develop or improve basic writing skills.
             WLD-261-10 212138 T159               F         2-5:50PM                                    WR-080-01       213174 S133           TTH       9-10:20AM
             RAKICH                               $154      $13       $90         $257V                 STAFF                                 $231      $19.50   $15         $265.50
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: mylanr@clackamas.edu                                Prerequisite: Placement in WR-080.
              or 503-594-3810.                                                                          WR-080-02       213176 M202           MWF       10-10:50AM
             WLD-261-16 212144 T159               SU        2-5:50PM                                    STAFF                                 $231      $19.50   $15         $265.50
             ROMANS                               $154      $13      $90          $257V                  Prerequisite: Placement in WR-080.
             WLD-261-05 212133 T159               M         6-9:50PM                                    WR-080-03       213178 M204           TTH       10:30-11:50AM
             VOSKUIL                              $154      $13      $90          $257V                 BAKER                                 $231      $19.50    $15 $265.50
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: justinv@clackamas.edu                               Prerequisite: Placement in WR-080.
              or 503-594-6399.                                                                          WR-080-04       213179 D105           MWF       2-2:50PM
             WLD-261-06 212134 T159               T         6-9:50PM                                    STAFF                                 $231      $19.50   $15         $265.50
             VOSKUIL                              $154      $13      $90          $257V                  Prerequisite: Placement in WR-080.
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: justinv@clackamas.edu
              or 503-594-6399.
                                                                                                        WR-080-05       213180 D135           TTH       2:30-3:50PM
                                                                                                        STAFF                                 $231      $19.50    $15        $265.50
             WLD-261-07 212135 T159               W         6-9:50PM                                     Prerequisite: Placement in WR-080.
             VOSKUIL                              $154      $13      $90          $257V
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: justinv@clackamas.edu
              or 503-594-6399.
             WLD-261-08 212136 T159               TH        6-9:50PM
             VOSKUIL                              $154      $13      $90          $257V
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: justinv@clackamas.edu
              or 503-594-6399.
             WLD-261-11 212139 T159               F         6-9:50PM
             ROMANS                               $154      $13      $90          $257V
              Required: Instructor consent. Contact: bertr@clackamas.edu
              or 503-594-3966.
             WLD-261-14 212142 T159               S         6-9:50PM
             RAKICH                               $154      $13       $90         $257V
             WLD-261-19 212147 T159               T         10-11:59PM
                               T159               W         12:01-1:50AM
             RAKICH                               $154      $13       $90         $257V
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                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                          Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room    Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room      Day       Time
                               Instructor                        Tuition   Fee       Crs. Fee      Total                 Instructor                          Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total


                 Writing, continued                                                                                     WR-101-02       213454 B241B         TTH        8:30-9:50AM
                                                                                                                        STAFF                                $231       $19.50    $0       $250.50
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                 WR-090       FUNDAMENTALS OF ENGLISH, 3 CREDITS                                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                 Writing confidently and solving problems in grammar, punctuation,                                       WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                 and usage.                                                                                             WR-101-03       213385 ONLINE
                              WR-090-01       213371 M206        MW        8:30-9:50AM                                  STAFF                                $231       $19.50     $35     $285.50
                                                                                                                         Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: ritas@
                              PEABODY                            $231      $19.50    $0     $250.50
                                                                                                                         clackamas.edu or 503-594-3254. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                               Prerequisite: Pass WR-080 or placement in WR-090.
                                                                                                                         ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                              WR-090-02       213372 B241B       MW        10-11:20AM
                                                                                                                        WR-101-04       213455 ONLINE
                              MOUNT                              $231      $19.50   $0      $250.50
                                                                                                                        STAFF                                $231       $19.50     $35     $285.50
                               Prerequisite: Pass WR-080 or placement in WR-090.
                                                                                                                         Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: ritas@
                              WR-090-03       213373 B241B       MW        12-1:20PM                                     clackamas.edu or 503-594-3254. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                              STAFF                              $231      $19.50   $0      $250.50                      ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                               Prerequisite: Pass WR-080 or placement in WR-090.
                                                                                                           WR-121       ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
                              WR-090-04       213374 M202        MW        2-3:20PM                        Introduces the academic essay: analyzing and developing a topic,
                              STAFF                              $231      $19.50   $0      $250.50        writing grammatically correct and organized essays, reading profes-
                               Prerequisite: Pass WR-080 or placement in WR-090.
                                                                                                           sional writing, and applying writing techniques to a range of aca-
                              WR-090-05       213375 RR207       TTH       8:30-9:50AM                     demic essay styles.
                              STAFF                              $231      $19.50    $0     $250.50                     WR-121-01       213386 RR207         MW         8-9:50AM
                               Prerequisite: Pass WR-080 or placement in WR-090.
                                                                                                                        WALLIN                               $308       $26      $0           $334
                              WR-090-06       213376 M202        TTH       1-2:20PM                                      Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                              MACH                               $231      $19.50   $0      $250.50                      WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                               Prerequisite: Pass WR-080 or placement in WR-090.                                        WR-121-02       213388 B239          MW         10-11:50AM
                 ✔            WR-090-07       213943 OIT149      MW        6-7:50PM                                     MCALPINE                             $308       $26      $0           $334
                              MACH                               $231      $19.50   $0      $250.50                      Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                               Prerequisite: Pass WR-080 or placement in WR-090. At Harmony Com-                         WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                               munity Campus.                                                                           WR-121-03       213389 M201          MW         10-11:50AM
                 WR-095       PARAGRAPH TO ESSAY, 3 CREDITS                                                             WALLIN                               $308       $26      $0           $334
                 Preparatory study for transfer writing courses, with emphasis on                                        Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                 paragraph construction and short papers.                                                                WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                              WR-095-01       213378 M202        MW        8:30-9:50AM                                  WR-121-04       213390 B239          MW         12-1:50PM
                              STAFF                              $231      $19.50    $0     $250.50                     DAVIS                                $308       $26      $0           $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass                       Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                               WR-090 or placement in WR-095.                                                            WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                              WR-095-02 213379 RR207             MW        10-11:20AM                                   WR-121-05 213391 R222                MW         12-1:50PM
                              BRYANT-TRERISE                     $231      $19.50   $0      $250.50                     CORNELIUS                            $308       $26      $0           $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass                       Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                               WR-090 or placement in WR-095.                                                            WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                              WR-095-03       213380 R221        MW        12-1:20PM                                    WR-121-06       213392 RR207         MW         2-3:50PM
                              WALLIN                             $231      $19.50   $0      $250.50                     CRUMRINE                             $308       $26      $0           $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass                       Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                               WR-090 or placement in WR-095.                                                            WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                              WR-095-04       213381 RR208       TTH       8:30-9:50AM                     HYB          WR-121-07       213393 RR207         F          9-11:50AM
                              IRISH                              $231      $19.50    $0     $250.50                     ORMANDY                              $308       $26      $0           $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass                       Hybrid. Meets every Friday plus online hours. Contact: leslieo@clackamas.
                               WR-090 or placement in WR-095.                                                            edu or 503-594-3790. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in
                              WR-095-05       213382 RR207       TTH       1-2:20PM                                      RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                              STAFF                              $231      $19.50   $0      $250.50        HYB          WR-121-08       213394 B241B         F          9-11:50AM
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass                      STAFF                                $308       $26      $0           $334
                               WR-090 or placement in WR-095.                                                            Hybrid. Meets every Friday plus online hours. Contact: ritas@clackamas.edu
                              WR-095-06       213383 RR208       TTH       3-4:20PM                                      or 503-594-3254. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                                                                                                                         Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                              STAFF                              $231      $19.50   $0      $250.50
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass                      WR-121-09       213395 RR209         TTH        8-9:50AM
                               WR-090 or placement in WR-095.                                                           BEAL                                 $308       $26      $0           $334
                                                                                                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                 WR-101       COMMUNICATION SKILLS: OCCUPATIONAL WRITING,                                                WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                              3 CREDITS
                 Develops basic modes of technical writing, including summaries,                                        WR-121-10       213396 M202          TTH        10-11:50AM
                 process analysis, instructions, and reports.                                                           STAFF                                $308       $26      $0           $334
                                                                                                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                              WR-101-01       213384 B241B       MW        2-3:20PM                                      WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                              PEABODY                            $231      $19.50   $0      $250.50
                                                                                                           ✔            WR-121-11       213397 OIT157        TTH        10-11:50AM
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                               WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                                                           STAFF                                $308       $26      $0           $334
                                                                                                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                                                                                                                         WR-095 or placement in WR-121. At Harmony Community Campus.



                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact           V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                       NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


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                                                                                                                                                     Course Listing
Course No.   Course title/credit                                                           Course No.   Course title/credit
             Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                         Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room       Day       Time
              Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee    Total                 Instructor                           Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee       Total


HYB          WR-121-12       213398 RR207        M          6-8:50PM                                    WR-122-03       213412 M249           MW        2-3:50PM
             ORMANDY                             $308       $26      $0           $334                  PEKAL                                 $308      $26      $0              $334
              Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: leslieo@




                                                                                                                                                                                           Course Listing
                                                                                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3790. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or                                 WR-121 with a C or better.
              placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.       HYB          WR-122-04 213513 RR209                F         9-11:50AM
✔            WR-121-13       213399 H320         MW         6-7:50PM                                    BRYANT-TRERISE                        $308      $26      $0              $334
             PEKAL                               $308       $26      $0           $334                   Hybrid. Meets every Friday plus online hours. Contact: jamesb@
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite:                             clackamas.edu or 503-594-3255. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. At Harmony Community Campus.                           ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-121 with a C or better.
HYB          WR-121-14       213400 B241B        T          6-8:50PM                                    WR-122-05       213414 B241B          TTH       10-11:50AM
             ORMANDY                             $308       $26      $0           $334
              Hybrid. Meets every Tuesday plus online hours. Contact: leslieo@                          MACH                                  $308      $26      $0              $334
                                                                                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3790. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or
                                                                                                         WR-121 with a C or better.
              placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                                                                                                        WR-122-06       213413 OIT155         TTH       10-11:50AM
✔	           WR-121-15       213401 W111         TTH        6-9:50PM
             PEKAL                               $0         $0       $334         $334                  MURPHY                                $308      $26      $0              $334
              Meets: 9/27-10/29. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                        Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
              Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121. At CCC Wilsonville                       WR-121 with a C or better. At Harmony Community Campus.
              Campus.                                                                      HYB          WR-122-07       213416 B241B          M         6-8:50PM
                                                                                                        STAFF                                 $308      $26      $0              $334
             WR-121-17 213402 ONLINE                                                                     Hybrid. Meets every Monday plus online hours. Contact: ritas@
             CORNELIUS                           $308       $26        $35        $369                   clackamas.edu or 503-594-3254. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: tristac@                      placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-121 with a C or better.
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3266. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.            ✔            WR-122-08       213415 TBA            TTH       6-7:50PM
                                                                                                        STAFF                                 $308      $26      $0              $334
             WR-121-18       213403 ONLINE                                                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
             DODGE                               $308       $26        $35        $369                   WR-121 with a C or better. At Harmony Community Campus.
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: trevord@
                                                                                                        WR-122-09       213418 ONLINE
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3259. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                         MURPHY                                $308      $26         $35          $369
                                                                                                         Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: murphyr@
             WR-121-19       213404 ONLINE                                                               pdx.edu or 503-594-3777. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in
             DODGE                               $308       $26        $35        $369                   RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-121 with a C or better.
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: trevord@
                                                                                                        WR-122-10       213419 ONLINE
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3259. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                         MURPHY                                $308      $26         $35          $369
                                                                                                         Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: murphyr@
             WR-121-20       213405 ONLINE                                                               pdx.edu or 503-594-3777. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in
             MCALPINE                            $308       $26        $35        $369                   RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-121 with a C or better.
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jeffmc@
                                                                                                        WR-122-11       213417 ONLINE
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3263. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                         STAFF                                 $308      $26         $35          $369
                                                                                                         Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: ritas@
             WR-121-21       213406 ONLINE                                                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3254. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
             CRUMRINE                            $308       $26        $35        $369                   ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-121 with a C or better.
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: paulc@
                                                                                           ✔	           WR-122-15       213420 W111           TTH       6-9:50PM
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3622. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                         PEKAL                                 $0        $0       $334            $334
              ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                          Meets: 11/1-12/1. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
             WR-121-22       213407 ONLINE                                                               Prerequisite: Pass WR-121 with a C or better. At CCC Wilsonville Campus.
             STAFF                               $308       $26        $35        $369
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: crumrine@       WR-123       ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3254. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-            Writing the longer academic research paper: format and style, ad-
              ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.            vanced research techniques, and organizational skills.
             WR-121-23       213408 ONLINE                                                              WR-123-01       213421 ONLINE
             STAFF                               $308       $26        $35        $369                  STAFF                                 $231      $19.50      $35        $285.50
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: ritas@                        Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: ritas@
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3254. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-                          clackamas.edu or 503-594-3254. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
              ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                          ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-121 & WR-122.
             WR-121-24       213409 ONLINE                                                 WR-127       SCHOLARSHIP ESSAY WRITING, 0 CREDIT
             STAFF                               $308       $26        $35        $369     Introduces scholarship resources and the application process. Exam-
              Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: ritas@          ines and applies the concepts of “telling the story of me,” and draft-
              clackamas.edu or 503-594-3254. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-            ing, revising, and editing a complete scholarship application essay.
              ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                         WR-127-01       213422 ONLINE
WR-122       ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS                                                             GRAY                                  $0        $0          $35            $35
Major principles of argumentation and persuasion. Analyzing and                                          Online. Meets: 10/31-12/10. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/
writing persuasive essays. Finding, using, and documenting sources.                                      Contact: kateg@clackamas.edu or 503-594-3260.
             WR-122-01       213410 RR209        MW         8-9:50AM                       WR-140       INTRO TO WRITING CREATIVELY, 4 CREDITS
             BEAL                                $308       $26      $0           $334     Guides students through the discussion and practice of writing cre-
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass          atively in many genres, primarily poetry, fiction, drama, and creative
              WR-121 with a C or better.                                                   nonfiction in a workshop format. May also include screenwriting,
             WR-122-02 213411 RR207              MW         12-1:50PM                      film, and performance genres.
             BRYANT-TRERISE                      $308       $26      $0           $334                  WR-140-01       213423 RR209          MW        10-11:50AM
              Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass                       DAVIS                                 $308      $26      $0              $334
              WR-121 with a C or better.                                                                 Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                                                                                                         WR-095 or placement in WR-121.


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                  Course Listing
                 Course No.   Course title/credit                                                            Course No.   Course title/credit
                              Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg. Room     Day       Time
                               Instructor                         Tuition   Fee         Crs. Fee     Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee     Crs. Fee   Total


                 Writing, continued
Course Listing




                 WR-227       TECHNICAL REPORT WRITING, 4 CREDITS
                 Introduction to report and proposal writing, stressing organization,
                 form, and style. Emphasis on materials gathered from professional
                 fields such as medicine, dentistry, government, criminal justice,
                 business, engineering, technology, science and public relations.
                              WR-227-01       213426 B239         MW        8-9:50AM
                              STAFF                               $308      $26      $0             $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                               WR-121 with a C or better.
                              WR-227-02       213427 R207         TTH       10-11:50AM
                              DAVIS                               $308      $26      $0             $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                               WR-121 with a C or better.
                              WR-227-03       213428 B241B        TTH       3-4:50PM
                              GRABILL                             $308      $26      $0             $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                               WR-121 with a C or better.
                              WR-227-04       213429 ONLINE
                              MCALPINE                            $308      $26         $35         $369
                               Online. Orientation: http://depts.clackamas.edu/dl/ Contact: jeffmc@
                               clackamas.edu or 503-594-3263. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
                               ment in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass WR-121 with a C or better.
                 WR-239       CREATIVE NONFICTION INTENSIVE, 1 CREDIT
                 Techniques of developing and editing creative nonfiction (personal
                 essays, memoirs, and literary journalism).
                              WR-239-01       213514 RR209        S         10-3:50PM
                              GRABILL                             $77       $6.50    $0            $83.50
                               Meets: 10/15 & 11/5. Prerequisite: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115;
                               pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.
                 WR-240       CREATIVE WRITING: NONFICTION, 4 CREDITS
                 Techniques of writing and analyzing types of creative nonfiction
                 such as literary journalism, memoirs, nature or science writing and
                 personal essays.
                              WR-240-01       213515 RR209        T         6-9:50PM
                              GRABILL                             $308      $26      $0             $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                               WR-095 or placement in WR-121 or instructor consent.
                 WR-241       CREATIVE WRITING: FICTION, 4 CREDITS
                 Techniques of creative writing and the development of critical ap-
                 preciation of the art of writing fiction.
                              WR-241-01       213430 RR209        W         6-9:50PM
                              DODGE                               $308      $26      $0             $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                               WR-095 or placement in WR-121 or instructor consent.
                 WR-262       INTRODUCTION TO SCREENWRITING, 4 CREDITS
                 Explores the fundamentals of screenplay composition through the
                 use of various writing exercises and workshop techniques. Discus-
                 sion of dramatic structure and the elements of good storytelling.
                              WR-262-01       213431 RR209        M         6-9:50PM
                              MACH                                $308      $26      $0             $334
                               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. Prerequisite: Pass
                               WR-095 or placement in WR-121 or instructor consent.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville            Online course - see page   TBA To be arranged: contact             V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus          10.                            department first class                  cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                       HYB Classroom/online course -                                         NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 85.
                                                         see page 12.


            78   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
Academic Regulations
Absences/Attendance
•	   You	must	be	officially	registered	to	attend	class.
•	   Be	sure	to	notify	your	instructor	if	you	can’t	make	it	to	               FERPA
     your	first	day	of	class.	If	you	don’t,	you	may	lose	your	
     seat	to	a	student	on	the	wait	list.                                      Directory	information	about	your	student	
                                                                              record	may	be	released	without	your	
•	   If you stop going to class and you don’t officially drop
                                                                              permission	under	the	Family	Educational	
     the classes from your schedule, you will be held aca-
     demically and financially responsible.                                   Rights	&	Privacy	Act	(FERPA).	CCC	will	release	
                                                                              the	following	Directory	Information:
•	   If	the	college	is	open	on	a	religious	holiday,	you	may	
     be	excused	through	prior	arrangement	with	your	                          •	   Enrollment	status
     instructors1.                                                            •	   Verification	of	certificate	or	degree	award
•	   If	you	attend	a	college-sponsored	field	trip,	intercollegiate	           •	   Residency	status
     function	or	other	event,	you	may	be	excused	through	
     prior	arrangement	with	your	instructors.                                 •	   Major/Program
•	   Financial aid programs have specific attendance                          •	   Athletic	participation
     requirements. Contact the Student Financial Services                     No	other	information	will	be	released	with-
     Office for more information at finaid@clackamas.edu
                                                                              out	your	permission.	If	you	have	questions	
     or www.clackamas.edu.
                                                                              regarding	FERPA,	please	contact	Enrollment	
Academic Standing                                                             Services,	503-594-6100	or	go	to	our	website:	
If	you	are	a	degree/certificate	student	taking	6	or	more	                     www.clackamas.edu
credits,	you	are	required	to	maintain	a	2.0	GPA	and	complete	
at	least	50%	of	your	attempted	credits	in	order	to	remain	in	
good	academic	standing.
                                                                      Administrative Withdraw
Active Military Duty
                                                                      •	   If	you	don’t	attend	your	class	during	the	first	two	
If	you	are	called	up	for	active	military	duty,	and	wish	to	with-           weeks	of	the	class,	instructors	MAY	drop	you	but	ARE
draw	from	classes,	you	will	be	held	harmless	with	regard	to	               NOT REQUIRED	to	do	so.	This	is	called	administrative	
financial	and	academic	responsibility.                                     withdrawal.
•	   You	will	be	asked	to	officially	withdraw	from	classes	by	        •	   If	an	instructor	does	an	administrative	withdrawal,	you	
     web,	fax,	mail,	or	in	person.                                         may	be	granted	a	full	refund	of	charges	for	the	class.	
•	   Students	who	have	already	shipped	out	or	are	unable	to	          •	   An	instructor	may	administratively	withdraw	you	from	a	
     drop	classes	should	contact	the	Registrar’s	Office	directly:	         course	if	you	are	unable	to	demonstrate	fulfillment	of	the	
     503-594-6100	or	registrar@clackamas.edu.                              stated	class	prerequisite	or	co-requisite	requirement.
•	   You	will	be	asked	to	submit	a	copy	of	your	orders	along	         •	   If	you	are	utilizing	Financial	Aid	or	Veteran’s	benefits,	you	
     with	a	request	for	a	refund/credit	to	the	Registrar’s	Office.         may	owe	a	repayment.	Please	check	with	these	offices	for	
•	   Requests	to	be	held	harmless	financially	and	academically	            additional	information	regarding	your	enrollment	status	
     for	a	prior	term	enrollment	must	be	submitted	directly	to	            and	entitlement	to	benefits.
     the	Registrar	at	503-594-3370	or	taras@clackamas.edu.            •	   If	you	are	administratively	withdrawn	from	a	course,	you	
Adding and Dropping Classes                                                will	be	notified	by	the	Registrar’s	Office.
•	   You	are	required	to	obtain	instructor	permission	(signa-         Audit
     ture)	after	open	enrollment	ends.	Generally	this	is	after	       An	audit	allows	you	to	attend	class	without	responsibility	for	
     the	first	week	of	the	term	or	after	the	course	begins.           a	grade.	Audit	carries	no	credit,	doesn’t	contribute	toward	
•	   You	must	officially	drop	courses	you	have	registered	for	        full-time	status	and	does	not	meet	full-time	status	required	for	
     if	you	decide	to	stop	going	to	class.	Ceasing to attend          Veterans,	Social	Security,	Financial	Aid	or	athletic	eligibility.	
     class does not constitute official withdrawal!	You will          All	other	college	policies	apply	including	registration,	tuition	
     be held responsible academically and financially if you          payment,	refunds,	and	attendance.	If	you	decide	to	change	
     do not officially drop your courses. Official withdrawal         your	status	from	audit	to	credit	or	credit	to	audit,	notify	your	
     is via myCougarTrax or in person.                                instructor	prior	to	the	end	of	the	sixth	week	of	the	term.
                                                                      If	you	are	a	financial	aid	student,	please	notify	the	Financial	
                                                                      Aid	Office	if	you	change	from	a	credit	to	an	audit	or	receive	
                                                                      an	audit	grade.	You	may	be	required	to	pay	back	funds.	Audit	
                                                                      classes	do	not	qualify	for	financial	aid.



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     Variable Credit
     Some	courses	are	eligible	for	variable	credit.	These	courses	                       ThE CCC GuARAnTEE
     are	noted	in	the	Schedule	of	Classes	with	a	“V”	in	the	credit	
     column.	This	option	allows	you	to	pursue	an	individual-
                                                                            College Transfer
                                                                            Clackamas	Community	College	will	refund	the	tuition	
     ized	learning	program.	You	must	register	for	the	number	of	
                                                                            of	any	CCC	graduate	for	any	traditional	transfer	course	
     credits	you	expect	to	earn	in	that	term	as	determined	with	
                                                                            work	passed	at	CCC	with	a	“C”	grade	or	better,	if	that	
     your	instructor.	Changes	to	variable	credit	must	be	processed	
                                                                            earned	course	credit	does	not	qualify	for	transfer	to	an	
     through	registration	by	the	end	of	the	10th	week	of	the	term.
                                                                            Oregon	public	college	or	university	within	two	years	of	
     Wait List                                                              graduation	from	Clackamas.
     Some	CCC	classes	utilize	a	wait	list	option.	If	the	class	you	         ProfessIonal TeCHnICal eDUCaTIon
     want	to	register	for	is	full	and	it	has	a	wait	list:                   Clackamas	Community	College	will	provide	tuition-
     •	   Add	your	name	to	the	waitlist	via	myCougarTrax	or	in	             free	skill	training	of	up	to	16	credits	to	any	graduate	of	
          person.                                                           an	associate	degree	program	in	professional	technical	
     •	   You	will	be	added	to	the	course	by	the	Registrar’s	Office	        studies	judged	by	the	employer	as	lacking	in	technical	
          on	a	first-come,	first-served	and	eligibility	basis.		            job	skills	normally	expected	of	an	entry-level	employee.
          Note:	this	process	ends	once	a	course	begins.	You	must	           TUITIon reBaTe
          contact	your	instructor	directly	once	a	course	has	started.       Clackamas	Community	College	will	freeze	tuition	rates	
     •	   You	will	be	notified	by	email	and	sent	a	letter	                  for	students	who	graduate	from	CCC	within	three	
          immediately	when	you	are	added	to	a	class.                        years.	Any	tuition	increase	levied	by	the	college	during	
                                                                            those	three	years	will	be	refunded	to	the	student	upon	
     •	   You	are	responsible	academically	and	financially	if	you	no	
                                                                            graduation.
          longer	want	to	be	in	the	class	and	don’t	drop	it.
     The	following	conditions	may	affect	your	eligibility	for	wait	list	    special conditions	apply	to	the	guarantee.		
     placement:                                                             A	detailed	explanation	of	these	conditions	can	be	
                                                                            obtained	at	the	Registrar’s	Office.
     •	   Wait	list	capacity	has	been	met.
     •	   There	is	a	“hold”	on	your	student	record	that	restricts	
          registration.
     •	   There	are	course	restrictions	in	place	such	as	“instructor	
          consent.”
     •	   You	are	already	enrolled	in	another	section	of	the	same	
          course.
     •	   There	is	a	time	conflict	with	the	course	you	have	
          selected.
     •	   You	have	reached	the	maximum	number	of	credits	
          allowed	(20)	without	additional	authorization.
     •	   Class	has	already	begun.
                                                                                Student Right to Know and
                                                                                Other Notification Requirements
                                                                                Clackamas	Community	College	information	
                                                                                regarding	academic	programs,	student	
                                                                                completion/graduation	rates,	financial	
                                                                                assistance,	athletics,	institutional	financial	
                                                                                support,	privacy	rights	(FERPA),	campus	
                                                                                security,	crime	statistics	and	other	Student	
                                                                                Right	to	Know	items	as	listed	in	34	CFR	
                                                                                Part	668	may	be	obtained	by	viewing	
                                                                                our	annual	college	catalog	or	by	going	to	
                                                                                www.clackamas.edu. Printed	copies	of	this	
                                                                                information	may	also	be	obtained		
                                                                                by	contacting	the	Registrar’s	Office	at		
                                                                                503-594-6100	or	registrar@clackamas.edu.




80   For	information	about	Clackamas	Community	College,	call	503-657-6958
TrIMeT servICe
Clackamas	Community	College	is	served	by	TriMet	bus	lines	
32/Oatfield,	33/McLoughlin,	and	99/McLoughlin	Express.
•	   Line	32-Oatfield:	From	Milwaukie	City	Center	to	CCC:	
                                                                         Student Services
     Weekday	morning	rush-hour	service	is	every	30	minutes;	       The	Student	Activities	Office	in	room	152	of	the	
     mid-day	service	is	every	40-60	minutes;	evening	rush-hour	    Community	Center	offers	lots	of	services	to	help	you.	
     service	is	every	20-40	minutes.	Saturday	service	is	every	    Here’s	a	list.	For	more	information,	call	503-594-3040.	
     20-40	minutes.	Please	note:	Only	four	evening	rush-hour	      http://depts.clackamas.edu/asg
     trips	depart	from	downtown	Portland.	
                                                                   Book Exchange:		Save	money	on	used	textbooks.	
•	   Line	33-McLoughlin:	From	downtown	Portland	to	                Students	can	sell/buy	books	here.	The	Book	Exchange	
     CCC:	Weekday	morning	rush-hour	service	is	every	20-35	        runs	during	finals	week	and	the	first	two	weeks	of	the	
     minutes;	mid-day	service	is	every	40	minutes;	evening	        term.
     rush-hour	service	is	every	17-30	minutes;	late-night	
     service	is	hourly.	Saturday	service	is	every	40	minutes.	
                                                                   Tours: 	Explore	the	campus	with	a	CCC	student	
                                                                   ambassador.	These	are	current	CCC	students	whose	
     Sunday	service	is	every	40-60	minutes.	Please	note:	Not	
                                                                   job	is	to	help	students	get	accustomed	to	the	college.	
     all	weekday	trips	departing	downtown	Portland	run	all	the	
                                                                   For	more	information	you	may	call	the	ambassador	
     way	to	the	Oregon	City	TC	or	CCC.
                                                                   line	at	503-594-6249.
•	   Line	99-McLoughlin	Express:	To	downtown	Portland	
     from	CCC:	Seven	weekday	morning	rush-hour	trips	every	        Calculator Rentals:		A	great	alternative	to	buying	an	
     17-20	minutes.	From	downtown	Portland	to	CCC:	Nine	           expensive	calculator,	students	may	rent	a	calculator	
     weekday	evening	rush-hour	trips	every	17-25	minutes.	         for	24	hours	for	free.	You	can	also	rent	a	calculator	for	
                                                                   the	entire	term	for	$20.	
The	Clackamas	Community	College	Park	&	Ride	location	
is	available	to	commuters.	Please	be	courteous	and	park	in	the	    Locker Rentals: 	Backpacks	can	get	heavy	with	all	
designated	area	located	in	the	Community	Center	parking	lot.       those	textbooks.	Rent	a	locker	to	store	your	textbooks	
                                                                   and	school	work.
TriMet	tickets	and	passes	are	sold	on	campus	in	the	CCC	
Bookstore.	Schedules	are	also	available	in	the	Community	          Childcare and textbook grants:		Grants	are	awarded	
Center	near	the	cafeteria.	TriMet	information	and	trip	planning	   each	term	to	students	who	have	demonstrated	need.	
are	available	at	trimet.org.                                       Fill	out	an	application	in	the	Student	Activities	Office.	
                                                                   There	is	a	screening	process.
                                                                   Community Service:		Student	Government	offers	a	
                                                                   variety	of	opportunities	to	get	involved	in	the	commu-
                                                                   nity.	Get	involved!
                                                                   Clubs:		Do	you	have	a	special	interest?	Want	to	meet	
                                                                   new	people?	CCC	offers	many	clubs	for	students.	Find	
                                                                   out	more	in	Student	Activities.
                                                                   Lost & Found:		Located	in	the	Student	Government	
                                                                   office	in	CC	152.
                                                                   Fax & Phone:		Fax	service	is	available	for	50	cents	per	
                                                                   page	for	local	numbers	and	$1	for	the	first	page	on	
                                                                   long	distance	numbers.	All	pages	thereafter	are	50	
                                                                   cents	per	page.	There	is	a	phone	you	can	use,	free	of	
                                                                   charge,	in	the	Community	Center.	Please	limit	calls	to	
                                                                   three	minutes.
                                                                   Register to Vote:		It’s	simple	and	fast.	Fill	out	the	form	
                                                                   in	the	Student	Government	office.	A	student	gov-
                                                                   ernment	representative	will	deliver	the	forms	to	the	
                                                                   county	office.



CanBY anD Molalla BUs servICe
Bus	services	to	CCC	are	available	from	Molalla	and	Canby.	         YMCa CHIlD DeveloPMenT CenTer
Information	on	routes,	schedules	and	rates	are	available	          Regular	child	care	is	available	Monday-Friday,		
at	South	Clackamas	Transit	District	website:	http://www.           7	a.m.-6	p.m.	for	children	ages	six	weeks		
southclackamastransportation.com	or	call	503-632-7000.	From	       to	12	years	old.
that,	click	bus	routes,	then	the	Molalla	to	CCC	schedule	for	      Pre-enrollment	is	necessary	(no	drop-ins).		
more	information.	Canby	information	is	available	at	the	link	      Call	503-657-9795	for	rates	and	availability.
at	the	bottom	right	of	the	page,	Canby	Area	Transit,	or	call	
503-266-4022.

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     Faculty Advisors
                                                                                                                                         Undecided	or	need	more	information	
                                                                                                                                         about	your	program	of	study?
                                                                                                                                         Faculty	advisors	have	the	answers.

     PrograM                                                                          aDvIsor                            PHone                                rooM                        eMaIl

     Accounting	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Hugo	Grimaldi	. . . . . . . . 503-594-3073	. . . . . . .                    .
                                                                                                                                                              M247	 . . . . . . . . .     hugog@clackamas.edu
                                                                      .
     Administrative	Office	Assistant/Professional	 . . . . . . . . . . . Tanya	Patrick	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3076	. . . . . . .                                 .
                                                                                                                                                              M242	 . . . . . . . . .     tanyap@clackamas.edu
     Adult	High	School	Diploma 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cathy	Hanson 	. . . . . . . . 503-594-3399	. . . . . . .                        D145	. . . . . . . . . .    cathyh@clackamas.edu
     Anthropology	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert	Keeler	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3406 	. . . . . . .                   .
                                                                                                                                                              M210	 . . . . . . . . .     robertk@clackamas.edu
     Apprenticeship	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paul	Wanner 	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3387	. . . . . . .               T130	. . . . . . . . . .    paulw@clackamas.edu
     Art 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Rick	True 	. . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3038	. . . . . . .   AC106	. . . . . . . . .     rtrue@clackamas.edu
                      .
     Automotive	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David	Bradley.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	. 503-594-3051	. . . . . . .              B263	. . . . . . . . . .    bradleyd@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                         .
     Business	Administration 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Joan	Ryan	 . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3077	. . . . . . .                       .
                                                                                                                                                              M248	 . . . . . . . . .     joanr@clackamas.edu
                                                  .
     Business	Development	Center	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tim	Shea	. . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0733	. . . . . . .                       OIT172d 	. . . . . . .      tshea@clackamas.edu
                                    .
     Clinical	Lab	Assistant	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Helen	Wand	. . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0694	. . . . . . .                H380	. . . . . . . . . .    helenw@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                               .
     Communications/Speech	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kelly	Brennan	 . . . . . . . . 503-594-3154	. . . . . . .                        N139	. . . . . . . . . .    kellyb@clackamas.edu
     Computer	Science 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Debra	Carino	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3170	. . . . . . .                  S131 	. . . . . . . . . .   dcarino@clackamas.edu
     Cooperative	Work	Experience	(CWE)		. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David	Blessman	. . . . . . . 503-594-3446	. . . . . . .                               DJ219 	. . . . . . . . .    davidb@clackamas.edu
                                                                    .                                            .
     Criminal	Justice/Emergency	Management	 . . . . . . . . . . . . Dick	Ashbaugh	 . . . . . . . 503-594-3367	. . . . . . .                                   C150	. . . . . . . . . .    dicka@clackamas.edu
     Customized	Training	&	Development	Services 	. . . . . . . . . Ray	Hoyt 	. . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3195	. . . . . . .                               DJ210 	. . . . . . . . .    rayh@clackamas.edu
                                                                                                               .
     Dental	Assistant 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Maria	Corona	 . . . . . . . . 503-594-0693	. . . . . . .               H379	. . . . . . . . . .    mariac@clackamas.edu
                                                            .                                                .
     Digital	Multimedia	Communications	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Andy	Mingo	 . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3264 	. . . . . . .                             RR238 	. . . . . . . . .    andym@clackamas.edu
     Distance	Learning	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Steve	Beining	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3223 	. . . . . . .              S179 	. . . . . . . . . .   sbeining@clackamas.edu
     Economics 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alan	Shackelford 	. . . . . . 503-594-3412 	. . . . . . .                   .
                                                                                                                                                              M215	 . . . . . . . . .     alans@clackamas.edu
     Education	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paula	Hamm 	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3210	. . . . . . .             DJ223 	. . . . . . . . .    paulah@clackamas.edu	
     Electronics	and	Microelectronics	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike	Mattson.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	. 503-594-3318	. . . . . . .                        B267	. . . . . . . . . .    mattsonm@clackamas.edu
     Emergency	Medical	Technology	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Zig	Sawzak 	. . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0696	. . . . . . .                          H382	. . . . . . . . . .    zigs@clackamas.edu
     Energy	Resource	Management	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Angie	Sandercock 	. . . . . 503-594-0944	. . . . . . .                              W147a	. . . . . . . . .     angies@clackamas.edu
     Engineering 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . John	Lewis	. . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3149	. . . . . . .           P124f	. . . . . . . . . .   jlewis@clackamas.edu
                .
     English		 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David	Mount	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3265	. . . . . . .           RR237 	. . . . . . . . .    davidmo@clackamas.edu
     English	as	a	Second	Language 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alice	Goldstein	. . . . . . . . 503-594-3237	. . . . . . .                       D146	. . . . . . . . . .    aliceg@clackamas.edu
     Environmental	Safety	and	Health 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom	Laugle	. . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3066	. . . . . . .                         T112	. . . . . . . . . .    toml@clackamas.edu
     Foreign	Languages	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . David	Miller	. . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3247	. . . . . . .                B202a 	. . . . . . . . .    millerd@clackamas.edu
     GED/ABE 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cathy	Hanson 	. . . . . . . . 503-594-3399	. . . . . . .              D145	. . . . . . . . . .    cathyh@clackamas.edu
     Geography	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Robert	Keeler	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3406 	. . . . . . .                  .
                                                                                                                                                              M210	 . . . . . . . . .     robertk@clackamas.edu
     Gerontology	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yvonne	Smith 	. . . . . . . . 503-594-3207	. . . . . . .               DJ224 	. . . . . . . . .    yvonnes@clackamas.edu
     GIS	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike	Mattson.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	. 503-594-3318	. . . . . . .         B267	. . . . . . . . . .    mattsonm@clackamas.edu
     History	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Patricia	McFarland	. . . . . 503-594-3411 	. . . . . . .                 .
                                                                                                                                                              M219	 . . . . . . . . .     patmc@clackamas.edu
                                        .
     Horticulture/Landscape	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elizabeth	Howley	. . . . . . 503-594-3295	. . . . . . .                      C119	. . . . . . . . . .    ehowley@clackamas.edu
     Human	Resource	Management	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bill	Waters	. . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3079 	. . . . . . .                              .
                                                                                                                                                              M245	 . . . . . . . . .     billw@clackamas.edu
     Human	Services 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Yvonne	Smith 	. . . . . . . . 503-594-3207	. . . . . . .                 DJ224 	. . . . . . . . .    yvonnes@clackamas.edu
     Humanities	 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric	Lewis	. . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3410	. . . . . . .               .
                                                                                                                                                              M213	 . . . . . . . . .     ericl@clackamas.edu
     Journalism 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Melissa	Jones	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3261	. . . . . . .           RR132 	. . . . . . . . .    melissaj@clackamas.edu
     Landscape 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Elizabeth	Howley	. . . . . . 503-594-3295	. . . . . . .               C119	. . . . . . . . . .    ehowley@clackamas.edu
     Manufacturing	Technology	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike	Mattson.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	. 503-594-3318	. . . . . . .                        B267	. . . . . . . . . .    mattsonm@clackamas.edu
                    .
     Marketing	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dale	Hatfield 	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3074 	. . . . . . .                .
                                                                                                                                                              M246	 . . . . . . . . .     daleh@clackamas.edu
     Math 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Carrie	Kyser	. . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3328	. . . . . . .        S109 	. . . . . . . . . .   carriek@clackamas.edu
     Medical	Assistant 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Karen	Maynard 	. . . . . . . 503-594-0695	. . . . . . .                 H381	. . . . . . . . . .    kmaynard@clackamas.edu
     Music	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tom	Wakeling 	. . . . . . . . 503-594-3341	. . . . . . .           N131	. . . . . . . . . .    wakelingt@clackamas.edu
     Nursing 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Barb	Cannon	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-0659	. . . . . . .            H285	. . . . . . . . . .    barbc@clackamas.edu
     Paraeducator 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Paula	Hamm 	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3210	. . . . . . .               DJ223 	. . . . . . . . .    paulah@clackamas.edu
     Philosophy	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Don	Hartsock	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3408 	. . . . . . .                  .
                                                                                                                                                              M223	 . . . . . . . . .     donnh@clackamas.edu
     Physical	Education/Health	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jim	Martineau		. . . . . . . . 503-594-3271	. . . . . . .                    R101c 	. . . . . . . . .    jmartineau@clackamas.edu
     Political	Science 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dean	Darris	. . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3404 	. . . . . . .                 .
                                                                                                                                                              M211	 . . . . . . . . .     deand@clackamas.edu
     Pre-Professional	(medical,	dental,	pharmacy) 	. . . . . . . . . . Jennifer	Bown 	. . . . . . . . 503-594-3348	. . . . . . .                              P124i	. . . . . . . . . .   jenb@clackamas.edu
     Project	Management 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Kathy	Christensen 	. . . . . 503-594-3072	. . . . . . .                            .
                                                                                                                                                              M243	 . . . . . . . . .     kathc@clackamas.edu
     Psychology	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric	Lewis	. . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3410 	. . . . . . .              .
                                                                                                                                                              M213	 . . . . . . . . .     ericl@clackamas.edu
     Religion 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Brad	Toebben 	. . . . . . . . 503-594-3413 	. . . . . . .                .
                                                                                                                                                              M225	 . . . . . . . . .     bradt@clackamas.edu
     Reading/Study	Skills	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nancy	Baker 	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3397	. . . . . . .                 D137	. . . . . . . . . .    nancyb@clackamas.edu
     Renewable	Energy 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mike	Mattson.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	. 503-594-3318	. . . . . . .                   B267	. . . . . . . . . .    mattsonm@clackamas.edu
     Retail	Management.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	 Pam	Clem 	. . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3196	. . . . . . .                 DJ217 	. . . . . . . . .    pamc@clackamas.edu
     Science	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jennifer	Bown 	. . . . . . . . 503-594-3348	. . . . . . .          P124i	. . . . . . . . . .   jenb@clackamas.edu	
     Skills	Development	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Cathy	Hanson 	. . . . . . . . 503-594-3399	. . . . . . .                  D145	. . . . . . . . . .    cathyh@clackamas.edu
     Social	Science	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric	Lewis	. . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3410	. . . . . . .               .
                                                                                                                                                              M213	 . . . . . . . . .     ericl@clackamas.edu
     Sociology	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Eric	Lewis	. . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3410 	. . . . . . .             .
                                                                                                                                                              M213	 . . . . . . . . .     ericl@clackamas.edu


82   For	information	about	Clackamas	Community	College,	call	503-657-6958
Theatre	Arts 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   Chris	Whitten		. . . . . . . . 503-594-3158	. . . . . . .        N152	. . . . . . . . . .     chrisw@clackamas.edu
Undecided	Major	of	Study 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .             Student	Success	Dept.	. . 503-594-3475	. . . . . . .             CC	. . . . . . . . . . . .   advising@clackamas.edu
Utility	Workforce	Training	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .          Angie	Sandercock 	. . . . . 503-594-0944	. . . . . . .           W147a	. . . . . . . . .      angies@clackamas.edu
Water	&	Environmental	Technology	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .                    Matt	LaForce	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3148	. . . . . . .        P124g	. . . . . . . . .      LaForce@clackamas.edu
Welding	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .   Paul	Wanner 	. . . . . . . . . 503-594-3387	. . . . . . .        T130	. . . . . . . . . .     paulw@clackamas.edu
Wildland	Fire 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .    Tom	Laugle	. . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3066	. . . . . . .        T112	. . . . . . . . . .     toml@clackamas.edu
Women’s	Studies 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .        Eric	Lewis	. . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3410 	. . . . . . .          .
                                                                                                                                                       M213	 . . . . . . . . .      ericl@clackamas.edu	




Who to Call                                                                                         CCC’s	Main	PhOnE	nUMbER	is	503-657-6958.	

BlDg.*          DeParTMenT/offICe                                                      PHone                        BlDg.         DeParTMenT/offICe                                             PHone

D	        ABE/GED/High	School	Diploma 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3395                                        C	                                       .
                                                                                                                             Horticulture/Landscape	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3292
RR	       Admissions	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-6100                          B	      Human	Resources/Employment	Opportunity 	. . . 503-594-3458
CC	       Advanced	College	Credit 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3025                                  DJ	     Human	Services 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3207
CC	       Advising	Services 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3475                            B	      Instructional	Media	Services	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3500
H	        Allied	Health	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0690                         CC	     Life	&	Career	Options	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3475
T	        Apprenticeship	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3387                            D	      Library 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-6323
CC	       Army	Strong	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-6215                           B	      Manufacturing	Technology	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3318
AC	       Art 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3034                    S	      Math 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3395
R	        Athletics	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3043                       N	      Music	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3337
B	                         .
          Automotive	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3047                           H	      Nursing 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0650
M	        Bookstore—Oregon	City	Campus	 	. . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-6500                                          R	      Physical	Education 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3043
H	        Bookstore—Harmony	Campus 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0647                                         RR	     Registrar’s	Office	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-6100
M		       Business	Administration 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3071                                B	      Renewable	Energy	Technology	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3318
OIT	                                                   .
          Business	Development	Center	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0738                                      RR	     Scholarships	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3421
M	        Campus	Safety	Office	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .503-594-6234/6650                                    P	      Science	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3345
F	        Child	Care	Center	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-657-9795                             M	      Social	Sciences	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3403
CC	                            .
          Campus	Tours	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-6249                             N	      Speech	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3153
H	        Community	Education	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0628                                   RR	     Student	Accounts	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-6100
S	        Computer	Lab 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-6310                             CC	     Student	Government 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3040
S	        Computer	Science 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3164                               CC	                                          .
                                                                                                                             Student	Life	&	Leadership	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3040
DJ	       Cooperative	Work	Experience	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3096                                     CC	     Student	Outreach	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3284
CC	       Cougar	Station	Cafeteria/Food	Service	. . . . . . . . 503-594-6091                                         CC	     Student	Services	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3475
CC	       Counseling	Services 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3475                              B	      Technical	Career	Programs	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3441
C	        Criminal	Justice/Emergency	Management	 . . . . . 503-594-3366  .                                           RR	     Testing/Assessment	Center	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3283
DJ	       Customized	Training	&	Development	 	. . . . . . . . 503-594-3203                                           N	      Theater	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3153
AC	       Digital	Multimedia	Communications.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	 503-594-3034                                         CC	     Tutoring	Services 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3181
CC	       Disability	Resource	Center.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	 503-594-3181                                DJ	                                                            .
                                                                                                                             Veterans	Education	&	Training	Center	 . . . . . . . . 503-594-3438
S	        Distance	Learning	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3223                             P	      Water	&	Environmental	Technology	. . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3345
DJ	       Education	Program/ECE	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3209                                   T	      Welding	Technology	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3064
B	        Electronics	&	Microelectronics 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3318                                   W	                                               .
                                                                                                                             Wilsonville	Campus	Advising	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0944
W	        Energy	&	Utility	Resource	Management	. . . . . . . 503-594-0942                                            W	      Wilsonville	Campus	Information	. . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0940
P	        Engineering 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3345                          W	      Wilsonville	Campus	Registration	. . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0940
RR	       English	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3254                       W	                                             .
                                                                                                                             Wilsonville	Campus	Testing	 . . . . . . . . . . . .503-594-0944/0940	
D	        English	as	a	Second	Language 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3234                                     CC	     Workforce	Development	Services 	. . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-6246
RR	       Enrollment	Services	Center	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-6100                                  F	      Young	Parent	Opportunity	Program	. . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3027
ELC	      Environmental	Learning	Center.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	.	 503-594-3696                                     M	      Writing	Center	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-6275
T	        Environmental	Safety	&	Health	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3064
RR	       Financial	Aid	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-6100
T	        Fire	Science	(Wildland	Fire)	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3064
B	                                   .
          Foreign	Language	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3244
DJ	       Gerontology	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3207                                                     Campus Safety
B	        GIS	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3318
H	        Harmony	Campus	Advising.	.	.	. 503-594-0623	&	503-594-0625                                                             In	an	emergency	or	life-threatening	
H	        Harmony	Campus	Information	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0620                                                    situation,	dial	911	from	any	phone.
H	        Harmony	Campus	Registration	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0620
H	        Harmony	Campus	Testing	 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-0636
                                                 .                                                                         Campus	Safety	Office,	ext.	6234	or	6650	
CC	       High	School	Partnerships 	. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 503-594-3025
                                                                                                                                  or	call	971-563-0101.
* Find building code key on campus map page.


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                         CCC BooKSToRES                                     CoLLEGE CLoSuRE
          Oregon	City	Campus	–	in	McLoughlin	Hall,	ground	floor             InFoRMATIon
                                 503-594-6500                               annoUnCeMenTs
             Harmony	Campus	–	Harmony	Building,	Main	hall                   In	the	event	of	hazardous	weather	or	other	
                                                                            emergencies,	the	following	will	carry	school	schedule	
                                 503-594-0647                               changes	and	college	closure	information:
                         Online	at	www.cccbooks.com                         •	 Clackamas	website, www.clackamas.edu
      In-store customers		                                                  •	 Local	radio	and	television	broadcasts	and	websites
      	      Payment	types:                                                 •	 Recorded	phone	message	on	the	college’s	main	
      	        •	Cash                                                          number	503-657-6958
      	        •	Debit/credit	(Visa,	Mastercard,Discover,	American	         College ClosUre loCaTIons
                   Express)                                                 In	the	event	that	the	college	is	closed	due	to	adverse	
      	        •	Personal	or	parent/guardian	checks	(local,	                weather	conditions,	all	college	campuses	and	centers	
                   imprinted	checks	only!	Student	ID	and	ODL	               will	close.	In	the	event	of	a	non-weather	related	emer-
                   required.	Max	$5	cash	back.)	                            gency	closure,	(e.g.,	loss	of	electricity)	only	the	affected	
                                                                            college	site	will	close.
      	        •	CCC	Emergency	Loan	Checks	(maximum	of	$50	
                  cash	back)                                                College ClosUre TIMes
                                                                            Emergency Closures due to hazardous weather or other
             Please note:		Purchases made by check require 14
                                                                            emergencies:
             days before a cash refund can be issued. Store credit
             issued in the interim.                                         Day	Closure	-	Offices	are	closed	and	classes	cancelled	
                                                                            unless	exceptions	are	announced.
      online orders	can	be	shipped	out	(for	a	fee)	or	held		                Late	Opening	-	The	college	will	be	open	at	10	a.m.	
      for	customer	pick-up.			
                                                                            for	business.	Classes	beginning	before	10	a.m.	are	
      	        •	Credit	card	payment	required	at	time	of	order              cancelled.	The	rest	of	the	day’s	schedule	remains	the	
      	        •	E-mail	notifications	will	be	sent	when	order	is	           same.
                   shipped	or	is	ready	to	be	picked	up	                     Evening	Closure	-	All	offices	will	be	closed	at	4	p.m.	
                                                                            and	classes	beginning	at	4	p.m.	or	later	are	cancelled.	
      Fall 2011 dates to remember:                                          Closures during Finals Week:
                                                                            One	Day	Closure	during	Finals	Week:	
           Website	open	for	textbook	info	..................Aug.	11
                                                                            Monday,	Tuesday,	and/or	Wednesday	daytime	finals	
           Textbook	sales	begin	online	and	in-store	....Aug.	22             will	be	rescheduled	for	Thursday	during	the	same	time	
           Last	day	for	textbook	refunds	.....................Oct.	8        period	as	originally	scheduled.
           End	of	term	textbook	buyback	...................Dec.	5-9         second	Day	Closure	during	Finals	Week:		
                                                                            Finals	will	be	rescheduled	for	Friday	during	the	same	
           Bookstores	closed	for	holidays	....................Nov.	11,	
                                                                            time	period	as	originally	scheduled.
           	                                                  Nov.	24-25
                                                                            Evening	Closure	during	Finals	Week:	
      For	campus	maps,	store	hours,	shipping	costs,	refund/                 Finals	will	be	rescheduled	for	Friday	evening	during	the	
      returns	policies,	ordering	details,	etc.…please	see		                 same	time	period	as	originally	scheduled.
      www.cccbooks.com,	or	call	the	bookstore	at	503-594-6500	
                                                                            (Note: These are general guidelines. Exceptions may occur.)
      —	we	will	be	happy	to	answer	your	questions	personally!		
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CCC is Proud to Serve Our Veterans

The Veterans Education
and Training Center
in	DeJardin	Hall.
The first stop to transition
from military to civilian life.
503-594-3438
vetinfo@clackamas.edu
http://depts.clackamas.edu/veterans	


Now at CCC
Army Strong Community Center
in	room	140	of	the	Community	Center.
Connecting soldiers, families and communities.
503-594-6215
paul.teters@us.army.mil	
barbara.e.mccain@us.army.mil




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