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					                      Schedule of Classes


   Earth Focus
    page 143
                     2009
                      Spring




Red Hot Green Jobs
     page 3




                       Smart Stories Start at CCC.
                              Early Spring registration begins Feb. 24
 1st Scholarship                Register online - see pg . 7 to get started
                             Para información en español – Pg. 14
      page 4
 To the Community
   As I think about the budget challenges facing the state and country,   On the Cover:
                                                                          Justin Steinke is a member of the
I’m reminded of something my mother used to say: “Today is a bit
                                                                          winning CCC basketball team where
different than yesterday.”
                                                                          he plays point guard. A walk-on last
   We are in tough economic times, for certain. And in tough times,
                                                                          fall, Justin is doing well academically
people turn to their community colleges.
                                                                          and on the court. He plans to finish
   Clackamas Community College provides workforce services to help
                                                                          his transfer degree at CCC and move
those out of work. If you need help writing a resume, want to upgrade     on to a four-year school where he
your skills or are looking at a career change, we can help. CCC offers    plans to study business.
more than 60 career and technical programs that will give you the
skills you need to be ready to work. One of our newest offerings will
prepare you for work in the exciting wind energy field.
   If you are a business owner, our Small Business
Development Center offers valuable classes to keep
you competitive in a tight economy. Maybe it’s time
to expand your product or service mix or adopt lean
business practices. We can help.
   Is it time to start or finish your degree? We can help
with high-quality lower division collegiate courses at
times and locations to fit your schedule.
   Our job is to provide the engine to keep our economy
moving forward. We’re deeply committed to helping
Oregonians get back to work.
                                                                          CCC President Dr. Joanne
                                                                          Truesdell with Congressman
                                                                          Kurt Schrader at a fundraiser for
                                                                          the Military Families Scholarship
                                                                          Endowment last fall. The event
  Dr. Joanne Truesdell, CCC President                                     raised more than $60,000 to
  CCC Class of '82                                                        support scholarships at CCC.



  Highlights
                                                                          “Clackamas Community College
                      Hot Jobs in Renewable Energy                  3      Schedule of Classes, Vol. 21,
                                                                           No. 3” is published quarterly by
                      CCC Veterans Center                           4      Clackamas Community College,
                                                                           19600 Molalla Avenue, Oregon
                      Distance Learning                            17      City, Oregon 97045. Periodical
                                                                           postage paid at Oregon City, OR.
                      Community Education                          99
                                                                           POSTMASTER:
                      Sustainability Project @ CCC                142      Send address changes to
                                                                          “Clackamas Community College
                      Smart Story: Earth Focus                    143      Schedule of Classes” at 19600
                                                                           Molalla Avenue, Oregon City,
                                                                           Oregon 97045-7998.
 Help Wanted.
 Now!




More technicians needed to
meet industry demand.
    Oregon’s growing wind energy industry needs
hundreds of technicians over the next few years to
service and manage the mighty turbines that harness the
wind to create electricity.
    Over the past couple of years, Columbia Gorge
Community College (CGCC) in The Dalles has developed
a curriculum to meet the needs of the emerging wind
energy industry. Nearly 60 technicians have completed the
program and are at work in jobs that pay wages ranging
from $18 to $36 an hour. Wind power companies in the
Columbia Gorge will need 500 to 600 more technicians in
the next four years.
    Through a new partnership between Clackamas, Columbia
Gorge and Linn Benton community colleges, students can
begin the Renewable Energy Technology Program in their local
region and finish at CGCC. Students take at least the first year
of the two-year degree requirements at CCC before transferring
to CGCC to finish the program.
If you are looking for work in an exciting, growing field,
give us a call today at 503-657-6958, ext. 2062.



                                                                   www.clackamas.edu 3
    CCC is Proud to Serve Our Veterans
      Clackamas Community College welcomes men and women who have
    served in the U.S. military service and offers a number of specialized
    services to meet your needs. We recognize the sacrifices you have made
    for our country and want to do everything we can to help you find
    success in civilian life.
      Are you seeking a college degree? Job training? Maybe you’re not sure
    what’s the best way to use the skills you gained serving in the military.
    We can help.
      Here’s a few of the services CCC provides to our military veterans:
       • Academic advisor, Jeff Davis, 503-657-6958, ext. 2296
       • Educational benefits specialist, Sharon Maggard, 503-657-6958,
          ext. 2554
       • Career and Employer Resource Center Veterans specialist
      Plus, Operation College Success, a partnership with the Oregon
                                                                                Endowment honors
    National Guard, offers an online class that will help you chart a career
                                                                                military families
    path and the educational plan to get there.
      We’ve also got a Veterans Club that meets twice a month. It’s a time to   Meagan Smallwood is one of the first
                                                                                two recipients of the Military Families
    meet with other veterans for fellowship and support.
                                                                                Scholarship Endowment (MFSE).
      Our Veterans Center, located on the first floor of DeJardin Hall, is a    She is pursuing a nursing degree at
    dedicated space to gather for social reasons or study time.                 Clackamas. Her husband, U.S. Navy
                                                                                Hospital Corpsman Third Class Jonathan
                                                                                Snodderly served with the 8th Provisional
                                                                                Security Company in Djibouti, Africa.

                                                                                 “Clackamas is very
                                                                                  supportive of military
                                                                                  families. This scholarship
                                                                                  means I can earn my
                                                                                  nursing degree!”
                                                                                  — Meagan Smallwood

                                                                                The MFSE endowment was created
                                                                                to recognize the contribution of
                                                                                military families to the readiness of the
                                                                                United States Military. Financial aid
                                                                                and scholarships make a difference for
                                                                                many Clackamas students. For more
                                                                                information, visit www.clackamas.edu and
                                                                                the Future or Current Students Web page.

                                                                                Call the CCC Foundation at
                                                                                503-657-6958, ext. 2402.

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                                                      apRil 2009
                                                                                  Spring term                                                                                 to add
                                                                    Week 1          begins                                                                                classes w/out
                                                                                                                                                                            instructor
                                                                                                                                                                             consent
                                                                              5             6                  7                  8                9              10                  11
                                                                                                                                                         Last day
                                                                    Week 2                                                                             to drop and
Get Ready 7                                                                                                                                            receive full
                                                                                                                                                          refund
Three steps to a Smart Start for new CCC students
                                                                             12            13             14                 15                16                 17                  18

Get Set 7                                                           Week 3
Resources and information for current and
returning CCC students                                                       19            20             21                 22                23                 24                  25

                                                                    Week 4
Go! 8-12
Registration resources, forms and helpful                                    26            27             28                 29                30
information                                                         Week 5

myclackamas 8
Your online fast track to registration, payment,                     S                M              t                w                 tH                  F                  S
grades and more                                                                                                                                                       1               2


Financial MatteRS 11                                  May 2009
Tuition and fees, payment options, financial aid,                             3             4                  5                  6                7                  8                9
                                                                                                                                                         Late fee     Last day
scholarships and more.                                                                                                                                  applied to    to drop
                                                                   Week 6
                                                                                                                                                       outstanding w/out grade
                                                                                                                                                         balance   responsibility
FaQS 13
                                                                             10            11             12                 13                14                 15                  16
                                                                                                  Summer
Si Habla eSpañol 14                                                Week 7                       registration
Para más información sobre clases de inglés y otros                                                begins
materias, servicios ver pág 14.                                              17            18
                                                                                                   Early 19                  20                21                 22
                                                                                                                                                                           Last day
                                                                                                                                                                                      23

                                                                   Week 8                           Fall                                                                   to make
couRSe liStinGS 23-98                                                                           registration                                                               schedule
                                                                                                                                                                           changes
                                                                                                  begins
From A to Z: credit and non-credit courses
                                                                             24            25             26                 27                28                 29                  30
offered this term.                                                                 Memorial                           Open
                                                                   Week 9         Day Holiday                          Fall
                                                                                    College                        registration
coMMunity education 99                                                              closed                           begins
Courses to educate and enrich the lives of our                       S                M              t                w                 tH                  F                  S
community.                                                                   31             1                  2                  3                4                  5               6
                                                      June 2009




                                                                   Week 10
wHo, wHat, wHen & wHeRe 136-140
index 141                                                                     7             8                  9             10                11                 12
                                                                                                                                                                          Spring term
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                                                                                                                                      GED/AHSD         Graduation
                                                                   Week 11                                                            Graduation                             ends
                                                                                                       Finals Week
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                                                                             14            15             16                 17                18                 19                  20




3 convenient campuses                                                        21            22             23                 24                25                 26                  27



    Oregon City
    19600 Molalla Ave.                                                       28            29             30                 31
    Oregon City, OR 97045

    Wilsonville
    29353 Town Center Loop E




                                                                                                         Calendar
    Wilsonville, OR 97070

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



                                                                                                                                             www.clackamas.edu 5
    Dates to Remember
    SpRinG 2009                                                                                                     How are we doing?
    February 24            early Spring Registration for Returning Students                                         At Clackamas Community College, we
    March 3                open Spring Registration & new Student advising Sessions                                 continually work to meet the needs of our
                              begin
                                                                                                                    students and our community. We recently
    March 3                Driver’s Education Registration
                                                                                                                    made some changes to the format of our
    March 23-27            Spring Break                                                                             schedule of classes to make it easier to find
    March 30               Spring term classes begin                                                                important information.
    April 4                Last day to add classes without instructor signature (end of first week)
                                                                                                                    We’d like to hear from you. How are we
    april 10               last day to drop full-term classes and receive full refund
                                                                                                                    doing? Did you find what you were looking
                           *For the refund policy for short or late start classes, please see p. 11
                              of the Schedule of Classes.                                                           for? Do you have any suggestions about
    May 8                  $75 late fee will be assessed on any outstanding account
                                                                                                                    how we can do a better job?
                              balance                                                                               We are also always looking for
    May 9                  Last day to drop classes without responsibility for grade (end of sixth                  good stories about our gradu-
                              week)                                                                                 ates. If you’ve got a good
    May 12                 Summer Registration for all Students                                                     story to share, please send it
    May 19                 early Fall Registration for Returning Students                                           our way.
    May 22                 Spring term Petitions for Graduation due in the Registrar’s Office
    May 23                 Last day to make changes to the schedule (end of eighth week)
    May 25                 Memorial Day Holiday Closure
    May 27                 open Fall Registration and new Student advising Sessions
                              begin                                                                                        Email your suggestions to
    June 8-13              Finals week                                                                                     jpaulson@clackamas.edu.
    June 11                GED/Adult High School Diploma Graduation Ceremony                                                      Thank you!
    June 12                College Certificate and Degree Graduation Ceremony
    June 13                End of Spring Term
    June 22                Summer term classes begin


    Final Exam Schedule
    claSS day &                                     exaM day & tiMe
    StaRt tiMe                                                                                                      Information
    M/w or M/w/F                           Mon. 6/8                  tueS. 6/9                wed. 6/10
     7:45 or 8 a.m. ...................8-10 a.m.                                                                    503-657-6958
     9 a.m. ...........................................................................................8-10 a.m.    TTY/TDD: 503-650-6649
     10 or 10:15 a.m. ...............10 a.m.-noon
                                                                                                                    www.clackamas.edu
     11 or 11:30 a.m. ..........................................................................10 a.m.-noon
     noon or 12:45 p.m. ...........noon-2 p.m.                                                                      The information in this schedule reflects current
     1 p.m. ..........................................................................................noon-2 p.m.   programs, requirements, and costs. These are all
     2 p.m. ...............................2-4 p.m.
                                                                                                                    subject to change, and Clackamas Community
     3 or 3:15 p.m. ..............................................................................2-4 p.m.
                                                                                                                    College reserves the right to make any necessary
     4 or 5 p.m. ........................4-6 p.m.
    t/tH
                                                                                                                    revisions in the information contained here
     7:30 or 8 a.m. ................................................. 8-10 a.m.                                     without prior notice.
     9 a.m. .............................................................. 10 a.m.-noon                             non-discrimination
     10 or 10:30 a.m. ............................................. noon-2 p.m.                                     Clackamas Community College does not
     1 p.m. ............................................................. 2-4 p.m.                                  discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion,
     2:30 or 3 p.m. ................................................. 4-6 p.m.                                      gender, sexual orientation, marital status, age,
     4 or 5 p.m. ...................................................... see instructor
                                                                                                                    national origin/ancestry, disability, family
     Conflicts .......................................................................................4-6 p.m.
                                                                                                                    relationship or any other protected status in
    1. Examinations will be held in the regular classroom unless otherwise assigned by the                          accordance with applicable law. The college’s
       instructor. If you have any questions about the schedule, check with your instructor.                        commitment to nondiscrimination applies to
    2. Evening classes starting 6 p.m. or later will have exams at the regular class meeting                        curriculum activity and all aspects of operation
       time during final exam week.                                                                                 of the college.
    3. Classes which meet at 7 a.m. (or other hours not listed) may schedule the final exam                         accreditation
       during the “CONFLICTS” time on the schedule or at any other time that does not
       conflict with the regular exam schedule.                                                                     Clackamas Community College is accredited
                                                                                                                    by the Northwest Commission on Colleges
    4. Saturday classes will hold final exams on the last Saturday of their scheduled meeting
       time. Final exams will be given in their regular classrooms.                                                 and Universities (NWCCU). Programs at CCC
                                                                                                                    are approved for the education of veterans.
    5. Final examinations take place the last week of each term. You must take finals at
       the scheduled time; exceptions will be made only for illness or other circumstances                          Accreditation documentation is available in the
       beyond your control, and must be approved by your instructor prior to scheduled                              President’s Office.
       exam time.
    College closure information located on p.15.


6   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
Get Ready!
Make a Smart Start at CCC!
Getting started at Clackamas is easy! Just follow these


                                                                 Get Set!
easy steps, and you’ll be ready to register for classes. For
more information about any of these steps, visit our web
site at www.clackamas.edu. Each of our campuses — Oregon
City, Wilsonville or Harmony— offers a full range of student
services.
                                                                 If you are already admitted, currently enrolled or a
1    apply FoR adMiSSion
                                                                 returning student, you can register for classes online at
                                                                 CougarTrax (now located at http://my.clackamas.edu), by
	     •	 Go	to	www.clackamas.edu and click on “Apply to          mail, fax or in person at any of our three campuses. There is
         CCC” to apply online or download an application         no need to submit a new admission application if you have
      OR                                                         previously attended CCC before.
	     •	 Pick	up	a	paper	application	at	any	CCC	campus	
         location.                                               Here’s a helpful registration check list:

2    take youR placeMent aSSeSSMent                              1    notiFy tHe ReGiStRaR’S oFFice if you’ve
                                                                      changed your major/program of study, address, or
	     •	 Placement	testing	is	available	at	all	campuses;	
         see www.clackamas.edu/testing.                               phone number.


	
      OR
      •	 Bring	in	a	copy	of	your	ACT/SAT	to	any	campus	          2    Review youR education plan with an
                                                                      academic advisor.
         Testing Center.


	
      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
     FedeRal Student aid (FaFSa) FoRM
                                                                 4    cleaR outStandinG debt or prior term
                                                                      balances at the Enrollment Services Center.


                                                                 5
      •	 Go	to	www.FAFSA.ed.gov
                                                                      ReGiSteR FoR claSSeS online, mail, fax or in
4    attend a new Student adviSinG SeSSion                            person.

	     •	 Visit	http://depts.clackamas.edu/advising for current
         session availability.                                   6    aRRanGe FoR payMent at an Enrollment
                                                                      Services Center.
	     •	 Bring	a	copy	of	your	placements	results.
                                                                 Help is available at the Enrollment Services Centers at any
                                                                 of our three campus locations. You’ll find contact numbers
                                                                 listed toward the back of this schedule.
                                                                 For more information about dates, tuition rates, policies and
                                                                 academic regulations, visit our web site www.clackamas.edu




                                                                                                              Go!
                                                                                                       www.clackamas.edu 7
    my.clackamas.edu



    Your Gateway to...
    •	 Cougartrax	(registration,	
       financial	aid,	grades,	etc.)
    •	 Financial	aid	award	letters
    •	 Email
    •	 Announcements
    •	 and	much	more

    to acceSS MyclackaMaS                                                  want to “Search & Register” for classes?
    1.   Create an email account through www.clackamas.edu/                1. Click on the Registration link from Cougartrax menu.
         myaccount                                                         2.   Click on “Register for Sections.”
    2.   Go to http://my.clackamas.edu                                     3.   Click on “Search & Register.”
    3.   Use your full email address and password to log on                4.   Select the term from the drop down menu.
                                                                           5.   Select the subject area and course number
    using cougartrax (left side of myclackamas)
                                                                                (if latter is known).
    1. Click on Registration from Cougartrax 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
         your schedule is correct.                                         pRint youR ScHedule
                                                                           1.   From the Academic Profile link, click on “My Class
                                                                                Schedule.”
                                                                           2.   Select the term from the drop down menu.
                                                                           3.   Click on “Submit.”
         Grades Final grade information is                                 4.   Select “Print” from your internet browser’s file menu.
         obtained via the Web at my.clackamas.edu
         Please contact the Registrar’s Office at 503-657-6958, ext.
         2262 should you need assistance.



8   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
                                                                                                                Mail-In or Fax Registration Form
Please use black or blue ink to complete this form. Thank you for printing.                                                                              Today’s date:
Have you previously taken a class at ccc?                                              yes        no

Social Security # or CCC Student ID#                                                               Birthdate ✱                                                Fall         20
                                                                                                                         MM      DD     YYYY
                                                                                                                                                              winter 20
Name
             Last                        First                      Middle                     Previous names                                                 Spring       20
Mailing address                                                                                                                                               Summer 20
                                         Address                    City                       State         County                     Zip

Telephone                                                                                                                                              Providing your Social Security
                                         Home                                                  Work                                                    Number is voluntary. If you
                                                                                                                                                       provide it, the college will use
High school attended                                                                                                                                   your Social Security Number
                                         Name                                       Location                               Graduation Date             for keeping records, doing
                                                                                                                                                       research, aggregate reporting,
                                                                                                                                                       extending credit and collecting
CCC would appreciate your response to the following:             indicate your program title and code: Please refer to the CCC                         debts. Your Social Security
                                                                 Program Offerings page (reverse side) for a list of program titles & codes            Number will not be given
Gender                                                                                                                                                 to the general public. If you
                                                                 _____________________________________________________________                         choose not to provide your
   Male        Female
                                                                                                  Program Title                                        Social Security Number, you
                                                                                                                                                       will not be denied any rights
ethnicity                                                        Program Code:          AAOT       ASOT         AAS       AGS         CC       NA      as a student. Please read the
   American Indian/Alaska Native                                                                                                                       statement in the Schedule
   Asian/Pacific Islander    Black/Non-Hispanic                  previous college attendance                                                           of Classes which describes
                                                                                                                                                       how your number will be
   Hispanic        White/Non-Hispanic                               Yes      No                                                                        used. Providing your Social
                                                                                                        Name of school                                 Security Number means that
Residency/Student type                                                                                                                                 you consent to the use of
Required for tuition purposes
                                                                 educational Goals                                                                     the number in the manner
                                                                    Earn a degree/certificate                                                          described.
   In State (US citizen or permanent resident of
                                                                    Transfer classes                                                                   ✱ If you’re under 18,
   Oregon,	CA,	ID,	WA,	or	NV	90	days	prior	to	first	
                                                                                                                                                       additional permissions may
   day of class.)                                                   Learn job skills                                                                   be required before you can
        Immigrant        Refugee        Other                       Update job skills                                                                  register for classes.
   Out of State:                                                    High school completion/GED
        US citizen and permanent resident outside of                Explore career/academics
   	    Oregon,	CA,	ID,	WA,	or	NV                                   Reading/writing/math skills
        International visitor (B, J, H or other                     Learn English language
   	    nonstudent	Visa)                                            Personal interest
        International student (requires I-20)                       Other



       initial registration this term or                             add classes to current schedule
6-Digit Course Reg.#    A-F P/NP Audit Course Title                                                     Credits Instructor Signature (required once classes have begun)   Tuition/Fees




       drop classes from current schedule
6-Digit Course Reg.#    A-F P/NP Audit Course Title                                                     Credits Instructor Signature (if dropping after the sixth week)   Tuition/Fees




Clackamas Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender,              You may verify your enrollment and make payments by going to
sexual orientation, marital status, age, national origin/ancestry, disability, family relationship or         our home page on the Web at www.clackamas.edu and selecting
any other protected status in accordance with applicable law. The College’s commitment to                     the CougarTrax link.
nondiscrimination applies to curriculum activity and all aspects of operation of the College.

Fax to: 503-722-5864      or    Mail to: Registrar, clackamas community college, 19600 Molalla avenue, oregon city, oR 97045-7998




                                                                                                                                                       www.clackamas.edu 9
     CCC Programs of Study
     are you planning to earn a degree and/or certificate of completion at ccc?
     We offer the following degrees and certificates:
       If your degree/certificate is:                                                          Then your program code is:
       Associate of Arts, Oregon Transfer                                                      AA.OT
       Associate of Science-Business                                                           AS.OT
       Associate of General Studies                                                            AGS
       Associate of Applied Science (see below for a listing of specific interest area)        AAS
       Certificate of Completion (see below for a listing of specific interest area)           CC
       Career Pathway Certificate of Completion
       If completing an AAS or CC, please select your area of interest from the following list:
       AAS       CC           pRoGRaM title                                                    AAS       CC       pRoGRaM title
        ■                     Accounting                                                                 ■        Employment Skills Training
                  ■           Accounting Clerk                                                  ■        ■        Energy & Resource Management
                  ■           Administrative Medical Office Assistant                           ■        ■        Fire Science (Wildland)
                  ■           Administrative Office Assistant                                   ■        ■        Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Technician
                  ■           Administrative Office Assistant Training                                   ■        Gerontology
        ■                     Administrative Office Professional                                ■        ■        Horticulture
        ■         ■           Apprenticeship*                                                   ■                 Human Services
        ■                     Automotive Service Technology                                              ■        Juvenile Corrections
                  ■           Business Management                                               ■                 Landscape
        ■                     CAD/CAM Technology                                                         ■        Landscape Practices
                  ■**         Career Development Facilitator                                    ■        ■        Manufacturing Technology
                  ■           Clinical Laboratory Assistant                                              ■        Marketing
                  ■**         CNC Machining Technician                                          ■                 Marketing & Management
        ■                     Collision Refinishing Technology                                           ■        Medical Assistant
                  ■           Collision Repair/Refinishing Technology                           ■        ■        Microelectronics System Technology
        ■                     Collision Repair Technology                                                ■        Music Technology
        ■                     Computer-Aided Drafting Technology                                ■        ■        Network & Microcomputer Specialist
        ■                     Computer-Aided Drafting Technology/                               ■                 Nursing
                                Architectural                                                            ■        Occupational Skills Training
        ■         ■           Computer Support Specialist                                                ■        Paraeducator
        ■         ■           Corrections                                                                ■**      Professional Truck Driver*
                  ■           Crime Analysis                                                    ■        ■        Project Management
        ■                     Criminal Justice                                                           ■**      Project Management / Tools and Techniques*
                  ■           Dental Assistant                                                           ■**      Project Management / Leadership & Communication
        ■                     Digital Multimedia Communications                                 ■                 Public Safety
                              (formerly Integrated Media Studies)                               ■        ■        Retail Management
        ■         ■           Early Childhood Education & Family Studies                                 ■        Supervisory Training
                  ■           Electronic Publishing                                                      ■**      Utility Workforce Readiness
        ■         ■           Electronics Systems Technology                                             ■        Water/High Purity Production
        ■                     Emergency Management                                              ■        ■        Water & Environmental Technology
                  ■           Emergency Medical Technology                                               ■        Web Design Specialist
                                                                                                ■                 Web Design and Development Specialist
      * Pending state approval          ** Career Pathway Certificate                           ■        ■        Welding Technology

     are you planning to start at ccc and then transfer to a four year college?
     Please see the current CCC Catalog (www.clackamas.edu/documents/catalog.pdf) for information on transferring and select a program/area of
     interest from the following list:
       If your degree/certificate is:                                                          Then your program code is: AA.OT
       Accounting                        Chemistry                            Engineering                          Journalism                 Physics
       Advertising                       Child & Family Studies               English                              Landscape Architecture     Political Science
       Geography                         Communication                        Environmental Science                Mathematics                Psychology
       Anthropology                      Computer Science                     Fisheries/Forestry                   Medicine                   Religious Studies
       Art                               Corrections                          Geology                              Music                      Science
       Arts & Letters                    Criminal Justice                     History                              Nursing                    Social Science
       Biology                           Early Childhood Education            Horticulture                         Philosophy                 Sociology
       Business Administration           Education                            Hospitality, Tourism & Recreation    P.E./Health                Speech
                                                                                                                                              Theatre Arts

     are you undecided about your educational intent or interest area at this time?
     Be sure to contact an Academic Advisor at 503-657-6958 x2794 or advising @clackamas.edu — they will be able to help!
       If your degree/certificate is:                                                          Then your program code is:
       Undecided                                                                               AGS.GENERAL

     are you attending ccc in order to learn basic skills, prepare for college level coursework or
     pursue personal interests?
       If your interest is:                                                                    Then your program code is:
       English as a Second Language/Program of Intensive English                               NA.ESLPIE
       General Education Development/Adult Basic Education                                     NA.ABEGED
       Community/Continuing Education                                                          NA.COMMED




10   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
Financial Matters
                                                                                     PaYMenT oPTions
                                                                                     Full payment is due at the time of registration. If tuition and
    New Tuition and Fee Changes                                                      fee charges are not paid by the sixth Friday of the term,
    CCC is implementing changes effective                                            a $75 late fee will be charged. You can pay in person with
    this Spring term. Please note the following:                                     cash or a local, bank-imprinted check, for the amount due.
                                                                                     You can make credit card payments in person or online using
    •	    Tuition	will	increase	$5	per	credit                                        Visa, Mastercard or Discover. Payment plans are available to
    •	    If	you	add	a	course	after	the	2nd week of the                              students and need to be completed no later than the sixth
          term (11 week courses) or after the start of a                             week of the term. For more information, please contact
          course (short term and late starting courses)                              Student Financial Services at ext. 2253.
          you will be charged a late registration fee of
          $50. To avoid this fee, make sure you are regis-                           FinanCial aid inForMaTion
          tered for all of your courses in a timely manner.                          There are many types of financial aid available to help with
    •	    Requests	for	official	transcripts	will	increase	                           the	costs	of	education.	Be	sure	and	apply	early	as	the	financial	
          from $5 to $10 per transcript.                                             aid process may take up to eight weeks to complete. Visit
                                                                                     www.clackamas.edu for complete CCC financial aid details and
                                                                                     opportunities.

                                                                                     For More inForMaTion...
TuiTion and Fee Table                                                                For complete details, regarding CCC registration, financial
Tuition and fee rates are subject to change without prior notice.                    aid, payment, and related policies and deadlines, visit the
                                                                                     Current Student web pages at www.clackamas.edu,
                                         TuiTion              General Fee*
                                                                                     see the Clackamas Catalog, or call 503-657-6958
                                                                                     ext. 2253.
in sTaTe sTudenTs: or/Ca/id/nV/Wa**
1-15 credit hours                 $67/billing credit hr.      $5/credit hr.
16-18 credit hours                $1005                       $75
Above 18 credit hours             $67/billing credit hr.      $5/credit hr.               Refunds
ouT oF sTaTe and inTernaTional sTudenTs
                                                                                          To remove charges or obtain a refund from your
(except Ca, id, nV, Wa):
                                                                                          account you must drop your classes via CougarTrax,
1-15 credit hours                 $208/billing credit hr.     $5/credit hr.               mail, fax, or in person. To obtain a full refund you
16-18 credit hours                $3,120                      $75                         need to drop your classes:
Above 18 credit hours             $208/billing credit hr.     $5/credit hr.               •	   Before	the	class	starts	for	classes	meeting	two	
MisCellaneous Fees                                                                             weeks or less.
Official transcripts                                          $10/copy                    •	   During	the	first	week	for	classes	meeting	
Additional fee for faxed transcripts                          $15/copy                         three-four weeks.
Late payment fee                                              $75                         •	   Before	the	end	of	week	two	for	classes	meeting	
Non-refundable billing fee                                    $15                              five weeks or more.
Returned bank item                                            $25 each item               To view the complete refund policy, please go to
Late Registration Fee                                         $50                         www.clackamas.edu

* Certain classes have special fees in addition to tuition and
  technology/general fee. These are listed in the “Course Fee”
  column in the course listing.
  The technology/general fee supports many CCC student activities,
  including athletics, child care, new technology, and student government.
                                                                                                        Financial Aid & You
** In State tuition rate eligibility requires residency 90 days prior to the start         Got questions? Get answers to your
   date of the term.                                                                       financial aid questions at Financial Aid
                                                                                           & Scholarship Advising Sessions.
                                                                                           When: Every Thursday from 3-4 p.m.
                                                                                           Where: Rook Hall, Room 117
                                                                                           More info: Call ext. 5008 or ext. 2373



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     Registration and important information
     You need to know this!

                                                                              Academic Calendar – Clackamas Community College
                                                                              operates on the quarter system. Each of our terms are
                  Very Important                                              eleven weeks in length with many courses being offered in
                                                                              a condensed and/or standard term format. Be sure to check
              Registration Information                                        the Schedule of Classes for individual class meeting times.
                                                                              Course Pre-requisites – Some CCC courses have pre-
        With college comes more choice, freedom and                           requisite requirements. You will be required to meet these
        responsibility. Here are some highlights of important                 prior to enrolling.
        information for successful college students.
                                                                              Grades – Grade options generally include A, B, C, D, F, I
        •    Check your schedule on CougarTrax both after                     (Incomplete), W (Withdrawn), P/N (Pass, No Pass), and X
             you register and the first day of the term (your                 (Audit). Be sure to select the grade option you want at the
             class location may have changed). If you want                    time of registration!
             to add, drop, or change a class, be certain that
             you make these changes through CougarTrax                        Registration and Transcript Holds – Students that have
             or Enrollment Services and that the changes are                  not met their financial obligations to the college may have
             reflected on your schedule.                                      restrictions placed on their ability to register for future terms
                                                                              and/or have official transcripts released.
        •    To receive a refund for a full-term course, be
             sure to drop it by the end of the second week.                   Ordering Transcripts – Official transcripts (record of your
             For classes that do not meet the entire term                     classes, grades earned and degrees awarded) are available
             (e.g., weekend courses, short courses, etc.), it is              upon request for $10 each. Unofficial transcripts are free of
             important to refer to the refund schedule online                 charge and available via CougarTrax. Transcript Request Line,
             at www.clackamas.edu or on the Financial                         503-657-6958 ext. 2480.
             Matters page in this Schedule of Classes.                        Student Rights & Responsibilities – When you enroll at
        •    avoid a $75 late fee and pay your bill by                        Clackamas Community College you assume certain rights
             the end of the sixth week.                                       and responsibilities as a student that relate to your educa-
                                                                              tional record, academic performance and individual conduct.
        •    Be a more informed and successful student:
                                                                              These are stated in the Student Handbook – www.clackamas.
             Read the Academic Regulations after the course
                                                                              edu/documents/handbook.pdf
             listings in this Schedule of Classes.
                                                                              Student Photo ID Cards – Cards are available in Roger Rook
        •    Ask questions! If you are uncertain about
                                                                              Hall at the Enrollment Services Center and are necessary
             something, ask your instructor or a staff mem-
                                                                              for library checkout, access to computer/tutorial labs
             ber. They can help you get the answer.
                                                                              and admission to college events. Picture ID and current
                                                                              enrollment are required. There is a $10 replacement fee for
                                                                              stolen or lost ID cards.




                                Graduation
                                Petition to Graduate
                                In order to be evaluated for a certificate or degree from CCC, students
                                must fill out a “Petition for Graduation” and submit it to the Registrar’s Office.
                                Please refer to graduation information via the Web for filing deadlines. Questions
                                regarding this process may be directed to ext. 2262 or registrar@clackamas.edu.

                                CommenCement
                                A ceremony will be held at the end of Spring Term for students who have completed
                                degree or certificate requirements. It will be held on Friday evening, June 12, 2009.
                                The GED/Adult High School Diploma ceremony will be held Thursday evening,
                                June 11, 2009.
                                Information regarding both ceremonies will be mailed out in early spring to those
                                who have filed a “Petition to Graduate.”



12   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
     Registration and important information
     You need to know this!

                                                                              Academic Calendar – Clackamas Community College
                                                                              operates on the quarter system. Each of our terms are
                  Very Important                                              eleven weeks in length with many courses being offered in
                                                                              a condensed and/or standard term format. Be sure to check
              Registration Information                                        the Schedule of Classes for individual class meeting times.
                                                                              Course Pre-requisites – Some CCC courses have pre-
        With college comes more choice, freedom and                           requisite requirements. You will be required to meet these
        responsibility. Here are some highlights of important                 prior to enrolling.
        information for successful college students.
                                                                              Grades – Grade options generally include A, B, C, D, F, I
        •    Check your schedule on CougarTrax both after                     (Incomplete), W (Withdrawn), P/N (Pass, No Pass), and X
             you register and the first day of the term (your                 (Audit). Be sure to select the grade option you want at the
             class location may have changed). If you want                    time of registration!
             to add, drop, or change a class, be certain that
             you make these changes through CougarTrax                        Registration and Transcript Holds – Students that have
             or Enrollment Services and that the changes are                  not met their financial obligations to the college may have
             reflected on your schedule.                                      restrictions placed on their ability to register for future terms
                                                                              and/or have official transcripts released.
        •    To receive a refund for a full-term course, be
             sure to drop it by the end of the second week.                   Ordering Transcripts – Official transcripts (record of your
             For classes that do not meet the entire term                     classes, grades earned and degrees awarded) are available
             (e.g., weekend courses, short courses, etc.), it is              upon request for $10 each. Unofficial transcripts are free of
             important to refer to the refund schedule online                 charge and available via CougarTrax. Transcript Request Line,
             at www.clackamas.edu or on the Financial                         503-657-6958 ext. 2480.
             Matters page in this Schedule of Classes.                        Student Rights & Responsibilities – When you enroll at
        •    avoid a $75 late fee and pay your bill by                        Clackamas Community College you assume certain rights
             the end of the sixth week.                                       and responsibilities as a student that relate to your educa-
                                                                              tional record, academic performance and individual conduct.
        •    Be a more informed and successful student:
                                                                              These are stated in the Student Handbook – www.clackamas.
             Read the Academic Regulations after the course
                                                                              edu/documents/handbook.pdf
             listings in this Schedule of Classes.
                                                                              Student Photo ID Cards – Cards are available in Roger Rook
        •    Ask questions! If you are uncertain about
                                                                              Hall at the Enrollment Services Center and are necessary
             something, ask your instructor or a staff mem-
                                                                              for library checkout, access to computer/tutorial labs
             ber. They can help you get the answer.
                                                                              and admission to college events. Picture ID and current
                                                                              enrollment are required. There is a $10 replacement fee for
                                                                              stolen or lost ID cards.




                                Graduation
                                Petition to Graduate
                                In order to be evaluated for a certificate or degree from CCC, students
                                must fill out a “Petition for Graduation” and submit it to the Registrar’s Office.
                                Please refer to graduation information via the Web for filing deadlines. Questions
                                regarding this process may be directed to ext. 2262 or registrar@clackamas.edu.

                                CommenCement
                                A ceremony will be held at the end of Spring Term for students who have completed
                                degree or certificate requirements. It will be held on Friday evening, June 12, 2009.
                                The GED/Adult High School Diploma ceremony will be held Thursday evening,
                                June 11, 2009.
                                Information regarding both ceremonies will be mailed out in early spring to those
                                who have filed a “Petition to Graduate.”



12   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
FAQs
Are	there	any	classes	I	can	take	to	help	me	as	a	new	college	student?
Refer to the "College Success" course section.
How do I know if I need to take a placement test?
Bring in ACT/SAT scores or previous college transcripts to the testing center. They will determine if you need to take a placement test.
What do I do if I have already taken classes at another college/university?
Get an official transcript from the previous school and bring it into Roger Rook Hall. They’ll help you fill out the forms.
How do I know which classes to take?
Meet with an academic advisor. They will guide you through the process of choosing classes. See "Get Ready" on p. 7 for more info.
How do I get placed into classes?
Refer to Get Ready on p. 7 of this Schedule of Classes.
How do I register for classes?
See "Get Set" on p. 7 and 8 of this Schedule of Classes.
How do I get my Student ID Number?
Stop by Rook Hall with a photo ID or go to myAccount (www.clackamas.edu/myAccount) and click on “What’s My User ID?”
How do I get my myClackamas password?
Stop by Rook Hall with photo ID or go to www.clackamas.edu/myaccount, click on “Change Password,” then "I forgot my password."
How can I get a student email account?
Go to www.clackamas.edu/myAccount to create an email account.
How	can	I	find	out	what	textbooks	I	need	for	my	classes?
The CCC Bookstore has a list of the courses and books at the store and online at www.cccbooks.com.
Where can I get the textbooks I need?
At the CCC Bookstore (store or online) and the Book Exchange (sponsored by student government).
How	do	I	get	started	on	financial	aid?
Go to the financial aid website and/or attend a financial aid advising session (every Thursday, 3-4 p.m., RR117).
Where can I go to pay for class tuition/fees?
Enrollment Services Centers at all 3 campus locations or on CougarTrax (htpp://my.clackamas.edu)
When is payment for my outstanding balance due?
At registration. Pay by the sixth Friday of each term to avoid a late fee (see calendar p. 5 of this Schedule of Classes for more detail).
When is the last day to add courses without instructor’s consent?
Add: First Saturday of the term
When is the last day to drop courses without having to pay for them?
Drop: Second Friday of the term for 11 week classes. Refer to "Refunds" on p. 11 of this Schedule of Classes for more information.
How	can	I	find	out	when	my	final	is?
See p. 6 of this Schedule of Classes.
How do I get in contact with my instructor?
There is an online faculty/staff directory at http://www.clackamas.cc.or.us/app.asp?app=phonebook or click on phonebook in
myClackamas.
Where can I go for important contact information?
Refer to the "Who to Call" page in the back of this Schedule of Classes or to the faculty/staff directory online.
Where	can	I	find	college	closure	information?
On the CCC Web site (www.clackamas.edu) and in the myAnnouncements section of myClackamas.
How	can	I	learn	more	about	tutoring	services,	math	&	computer	lab,	and	other	helpful	services?
See the "Services & Support" section of the Student Handbook.

                                                                                                                    www.clackamas.edu 13
     Si Habla Español
     coMo coMenzaR                                                          GettinG StaRted
     Es muy fácil... Sólo necesita contactar a la persona indicada de       Clackamas Community College offers a variety of programs
     acuerdo al curso o programa deseado. El proceso de inscrip-            and classes for Spanish speakers. If you want to improve your
     ción es sencillo y con la ayuda de su contacto podrá ingresar          English skills, we offer English as a Second Language courses
     a las clases con éxito.                                                in several Clackamas County cities and communities. We
     Existe la posibilidad de ayuda financiera y planes de pago             can help you earn your GED in Spanish, and we offer several
     para aquellas personas que deseen tomar clases con créditos.           courses that are taught in Spanish, including computer classes.
     Algunas limitaciones pueden ser aplicadas. El departamento             Contact numbers are listed at the bottom of this page.
     de ayuda financiera se encuentra en el edificio Rook Hall.
                                                                            eSl ReGiStRation
     Contamos con consejeros bilingües (inglés y español) para
                                                                            Make an appointment. For day classes in Oregon City, call
     los alumnos que necesiten asesoría académica para ingresar
                                                                            503-657-6958, ext. 2503; for evening classes at Harmony
     a programas específicos. El departamento de orientación aca-
                                                                            Center, 503-594-0638, noon-8 p.m. Monday-Thursday. For
     démica se encuentra en el edificio Community Center.
                                                                            Canby, Estacada, Molalla, or Wilsonville night classes, call
                                                                            503-657-6958, ext. 2503. See p. 57-61 for class listing.
     MatRícula paRa aluMnoS de eSl
     Debe hacer una cita. Para las clases diurnas en Oregon City,           couRSeS tauGHt in SpaniSH
     llame al número 503-657-6958, ext. 2503. Para clases noctur-
                                                                            CCC offers the following courses taught in Spanish. These
     nas en Harmony Center, llame al 503-594-0638. Para clases
                                                                            classes are noted in the credit course listing, p. 23-98, with
     nocturnas en Canby, Estacada, Molalla o Wilsonville, llame al
                                                                            ESPAÑOL in the left column.
     503-657-6958, ext. 2503. Refiérase a la página 57-61 para el
     horario de clases.                                                     ABE-199      ADULT BASIC EDUCATION
                                                                            CS-092S      COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS, SPANISH
     cuRSoS en eSpañol                                                      CS-093S      COMP FOR NEW USERS II SPANISH
     CCC ofrece los siguientes cursos en español. Estos cursos              GED-011      GED IN SPANISH
     aparecen en la sección de cursos acreditados, en las páginas           GED-049      LATINO GED & LIFE SKILLS
     23-98, marcadas con ESPAÑOL en la columna izquierda.
                                                                            MFG-109      COMPUTER LITERACY FOR TECHS
     ABE-199     ADULT BASIC EDUCATION                                      MFG-149A     SPECIAL PROJECTS
     CS-092S     COMPUTACIóN PARA PRINCIPIANTES                             PSY-101S     HUMAN RELATIONS, SPANISH
     CS-093S     COMPUTACIóN PARA PRINCIPIANTES II ESPAñOL
     GED-011     GED EN ESPAñOL
     GeD-049	    GeD	&	HABILIDADeS	PARA	LA	VIDA	DIARIA
     MFG-109     LITERATURA DE LOS COMPUTADORES PARA
                 TECNICOS
     MFG-149A
     PSY-101S
                 PROYECTOS ESPECIALES
                 HUMAN RELATIONS, SPANISH
                                                                              Contact Information:
                                                                              Call CCC’s main number 503-657-6958 and select
                                                                              the extension you need:
                                                                              Advising & Counseling .......... Miguel Cardenas, ext. 2814
                                                                              Advising Receptionist ..................Lupita Gomez, ext. 2794
                                                                              Computer Classes ... Instructor Adriana Sanchez, ext. 5144
                                                                              Counseling Services ..........Guadalupe Martinez, ext. 2717
                                                                              English as a Second Language .. Klaudia Cuevas, ext. 2424
                                                                              Enrollment Services.................Norma Martinez, ext. 5249
                                                                              Spanish GED ............................Camilo Sanchez, ext. 2944
                                                                              Testing & Assessment ................... Maria Dixon, ext. 2269
                                                                              Workforce Services .........................Irene Carillo, ext. 2076




14   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
Flexible
Classes                                                                          COllEGE ClOSuRE
                                                                                   InFoRmAtIon	
Clackamas Community College offers many choices for you to        announceMentS
complete college courses while balancing your other responsi-
                                                                  In the event of hazardous weather or other
bilities. We offer evening and weekend classes, and online and
                                                                  emergencies, the following will carry school schedule
accelerated courses. We also offer a variety of options for you
                                                                  changes and college closure information:
to take classes close to home or from the comfort of home!
                                                                  •	 Clackamas	Web	site, www.clackamas.edu
eveninG/weekend tRanSFeR deGRee                                   •	 Local	radio	and	television	broadcasts	and	Web	sites
oFFeRinGS                                                         •	 Recorded	phone	message	on	the	college’s	main	
CCC offers classes for students to gain a transfer degree by         number 503-657-6958, ext. 5950
attending evenings and weekends. These classes are held in
a variety of nontraditional formats including evening classes,    colleGe cloSuRe tiMeS
Saturday classes, five-week sessions and Friday/Saturday
                                                                  Emergency Closures due to hazardous weather
sessions. For more information, call CCC at Harmony
                                                                  or other emergencies:
Community Campus, 503-594-0623 or Wilsonville Campus,
503-594-0944.                                                     day closure - Offices are closed and classes
                                                                  cancelled unless exceptions are announced.
Flexible StaRt claSSeS                                            late opening - The college will be open at 10 a.m.
If your time is limited, CCC offers college classes that take     for business. Classes beginning before 10 a.m. are
less than a term to complete. These classes start at staggered    cancelled. The rest of the day’s schedule remains the
times throughout the term. See listings at www.clackamas.edu.     same.
                                                                  evening closure - All offices will be closed at 4 p.m.
clackaMaS in youR coMMunity                                       and classes beginning at 4 p.m. or later are cancelled.
Did you know that Clackamas offers college credit classes at
                                                                  Closures during Finals Week:
our Harmony and Wilsonville campuses and at extension sites
in Canby, Estacada and Molalla? For more information, see         one day closure during Finals week:
the Clackamas in Your Community section in this schedule.         Monday, Tuesday, and/or Wednesday daytime finals
                                                                  will be rescheduled for Thursday during the same
diStance leaRninG                                                 time period as originally scheduled.
Today’s college students can take their classes to fit their      Second day closure during Finals week:
schedules. Distance Learning lets you study when and where        Finals will be rescheduled for Friday during the same
you have time. We offer online courses, telecourses and cor-      time period as originally scheduled.
respondence courses. Find Distance Learning on the Web at         evening closure during Finals week:
http://dl.clackamas.edu or see the Distance Learning section in   Finals will be rescheduled for Friday evening during
this schedule.                                                    the same time period as originally scheduled.

eMployMent SkillS tRaininG ceRtiFicate                            (Note: These are general guidelines. Exceptions may
(eSt)                                                             occur.)
The Employment Skills Training certificate is available for
                                                                  colleGe cloSuRe locationS
those who need a quick entry strategy to gain employment.
An individualized education and employment plan will be           In the event that the college is closed due to adverse
created that describes the knowledge and skills necessary to      weather conditions, all college campuses and centers
start or change a career path. Please contact the Career and      will close. In the event of a non-weather related
Employer Resource Center for more information, 503-657-           emergency closure, (e.g., loss of electricity) only the
6958, ext. 2409 or 2794.                                          affected college site will close.




                                                                                                    www.clackamas.edu 15
     Workforce Services
     Job Search and Training Help
     Are	you	looking	for	a	job?	
     Do	you	need	to	upgrade	your	skills	to	get	a	better	job?	
     WorkSource Clackamas has no-cost career advancement services which can
     •	   help	you	update	your	skills
     •	   sharpen	your	job	search	expertise
     •	   access	jobs	in	high-growth	careers
     Take the next step and attend our Job Seeker Information Session to learn more about our incredible Career Workshops
     and services. Contact us at 503-657-6958, ext. 2316 or visit us on the Web at www.worksourceclackamas.org.

     Job SeekeR inFoRMation SeSSionS                                      no-coSt caReeR woRkSHopS
                                                                          at woRkSouRce clackaMaS
     eveRy Monday at noon
                                                                          506 High Street, Oregon City
     Clackamas Community College
     Community Center Rm. 100                                             •	    Fast-Track	Job	Search	
     19600 Molalla Ave.                                                   •	    Job	Search	Networking
     Oregon City, OR 97045                                                •	    Resume	Completion
                                                                          •	    Interviewing	Practice
                                                                          •		   Dealing	with	Background	Issues
     Call 503-657-6958, ext. 2316
                                                                          •		   Workplace	Math	Refresher
     www.worksourceclackamas.org                                          •		   Mapping	Your	Career	Future
                                                                          •		   Youth	employment	Lab,	ages	14-21
     For more info please see “Career Planning Workshops”                 •		   Job	Corps	Orientation
     in this schedule.                                                    •		   Computer	Basics	for	new	users
                                                                          •		   Computer	Basics	for	limited	english	speakers
                                                                          •		   Skills	Lab	to	brush	up	for	GeD	and	other	tests
                                                                          Call 971-673-6400. Reservations required.
                                                                          Visit	www.worksourceclackamas.org
     Also available
     caReeR & eMployeR ReSouRce centeR
     Bill Brod Community Center at CCC Oregon City Campus

     For Individuals
     •	   Career	research	
     •	   Job	search	information	
     •	   Résumé,	cover	letter,	application	and	interviewing	assistance
     •	   Individualized	training	arranged	with	local	employers	
     •	   Online	job	search	and	career	classes
     For Employers
     •	   Individuals	ready	to	work	
     •	   Interns	ready	to	use	their	new	skills
     •	   Job	database	to	post	positions
     •	   Monthly	employer	Spotlights
     For more info please:
     Call 503-657-6958 ext. 2409
     Visit	http://depts.clackamas.edu/career/
                                                                            Building Skills and Growing Businesses!

16   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
Distance learning
There are many alternatives to on-campus courses that allow      blackboaRd
busy students to pursue their educational goals. These courses   Clackamas uses Blackboard to deliver most Distance Learning
may involve the use of computers, video, cable television,       courses. The Distance Learning office offers free, non-credit work-
print materials by correspondence, voice mail, email and the     shops where students can learn to use Blackboard. The workshop
Internet. Some of these courses may require orientation, class   schedule and instructions for signing up can be found at http://
meetings, lab work and testing to be done on campus. You         dl.clackamas.edu/workshops.html
may contact the course instructor for more information about
specific on-campus activity requirements.                        Get Started in Distance learning
Interested in Distance learning?                                 To get started in Distance Learning, take the following steps:

Visit	Distance	Learning	on	the	Web	at	http://dl.clackamas.edu
for information about:                                           1     Register for the course via CougarTrax, fax, mail or
                                                                       in-person.
	     •	 	Course	Offerings
	
	
      •	 	Delivery	Modes
      •	 	Computer	Requirements
                                                                 2     Attend a free Blackboard Introduction workshop if you
                                                                       haven’t already done so. Workshop dates and times are
	     •	 	Technical	Skills	Needed                                      listed on the Web at http://dl.clackamas.edu/workshops.htm/
	     •	 	How	to	Get	Started
	     •	 	How	to	Get	Help                                        3     Go to the Distance Learning website at http://dl.clackamas.
                                                                       edu and read the following
	     •	 	How	to	Contact	Instructors
	     •	 	Blackboard	Workshops	for	Students                      	     •	 	Start	Class	Instructions
                                                                 	     •	 	Orientation	Packet	for	your	course
online couRSeS                                                   	     •	 	Blackboard	Frequently	Asked	Questions
Online courses take place over the Internet, allowing students
to complete their assignments, work cooperatively with other
students, and take quizzes and exams without having to           4     Create a Blackboard account at http://clackamas.blackboard.
                                                                       com (an email address will be required when you create
come to campus. Some online courses may require exams
to be taken on campus or in a proctored setting. You may               your Blackboard account.)
contact the course instructor for information about exam
requirements.
                                                                 5     Enroll in the course through Blackboard.
telecouRSeS
Telecourses are in videotape format and can be completed
without meeting in a traditional classroom. Most telecourses
require students to come to campus for the course orienta-
tion, midterm and final exam.

coRReSpondence couRSeS
The Drafting Technology Department at Clackamas offers
                                                                      Be sure to register for all courses via CougarTrax,
correspondence courses, providing upgrade CAD training for
                                                                      fax, mail or in-person. For Distance Learning
those who have had prior drafting experience or training.
                                                                      courses, in addition to registering, you must also
                                                                      enroll in the course through Blackboard. If you
HoSted couRSeS
                                                                      just enroll in Blackboard you will not be officially
Clackamas occasionally hosts online courses from other
                                                                      registered and cannot participate in the course.
Oregon community colleges. These classes will be identified
in the schedule as being hosted. The deadline for registration
in Spring term hosted classes is March 20, 2009.

tecHnical SkillS ReQuiRed                                        questions about distanCe learninG?
To participate in an online course, students should have work-   •	   email	online@clackamas.edu
ing knowledge of word processing software, Internet and
email use and Blackboard software.                               •	   Call	503-657-6958,	ext.	2462


                                                                                                        www.clackamas.edu 17
                                                                            CJA-145-01    CRIME ANALYSIS CAPSTONE, 1 CREDIT
     Online Courses — Spring Term 2009                                      CJA-146-01    CRIME ANALYSIS/LINK ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT
                                                                            CJA-147-01	   INTRO	PROFILING	VIOLeNT	CRIMeS,	1	CReDIT
      Complete course information available in Credit                       CJA-148-01    CRIME SCENE ANALYSIS: PROFILE, 1 CREDIT
      Course Listing, p. 23-98. Indicated with: web                         CJA-149-01    RESEARCH METHOD/CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT
     art                                                                    CJA-150-01    INTRO TO POLICE INTELLIGENCE, 1 CREDIT
                                                                            CJA-151-01    CRIMINAL INTELLIGENCE ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT
     ART-206-02    HISTORY OF WESTERN ART, 4 CREDITS                        CJA-152-01    CRIME SCENE ANALYSIS: CAPSTONE, 1 CREDIT
     business                                                               CJA-153-01    CRIM INTELLIGENCE ANALYS CAP, 1 CREDIT
     BA-101-05     INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS, 4 CREDITS                      CJA-200-01    COMMUNITY RELATIONS & POLICING, 3 CREDITS
     BA-104-01     BUSINESS MATH, 3 CREDITS                                 CJA-203-01	   CRISIS	INTeRVeNTION,	3	CReDITS
     BA-111-02     GENERAL ACCOUNTING I, 4 CREDITS                          CJA-211-01	   CRIMINAL	INVeSTIGATION	II,	3	CReDITS
     BA-120-01     PROJECT TEAM TOOLS, 3 CREDITS                            CJA-240-01	   CuLTuRAL	DIVSeRSITY/LAW	eNFORC,	3	CReDITS
     BA-131-03     INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS COMPUTING, 4 CREDITS            Cooperative Work experience
     BA-161-01     PURCHASING II, 3 CREDITS                                 CWE-281-06    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR I, 0 CREDITS
     BA-162-01     PROCUREMENT FOR MANAGERS, 3 CREDITS                      CWE-281-26    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR I, 0 CREDITS
     BA-205-02	    SOLVING	COMMuNICATION	PROBLeMS	WITH	TeCHNOL-             CWE-282-06    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR II, 0 CREDITS
                   OGY, 4 CREDITS
                                                                            CWE-282-26    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR II, 0 CREDITS
     BA-206-01     MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS, 4 CREDITS
                                                                            CWE-283-06    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR III, 0 CREDITS
     BA-211-03     FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I, 4 CREDITS
                                                                            CWE-283-26    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR III, 0 CREDITS
     BA-212-03     FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING II, 4 CREDITS
                                                                            CWe-284-06	   COOP	WORK	eXP	SeMINAR	IV,	0	CReDITS
     BA-213-03     DECISION MAKING WITH ACCOUNTING INFORMATION, 4
                   CREDITS                                                  drafting
     BA-217-02     BUDGETING FOR MANAGERS, 3 CREDITS                        CDT-112-20 RESIDENTIAL PRINT READING, 2 CREDITS
     BA-218-02     PERSONAL FINANCE, 3 CREDITS
     BA-223-01     PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING, 4 CREDITS
                                                                            economics
     BA-224-01     HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT, 4 CREDITS                     EC-200-01     INTRODUCTION TO ECONOMICS, 4 CREDITS
     BA-226-03     BUSINESS LAW I, 4 CREDITS                                EC-201-03     PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS: MICRO, 4 CREDITS
     BA-227-01     BUSINESS LAW II, 4 CREDITS                               education
     BA-249-01     RETAILING, 3 CREDITS                                     ED-100-02     INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION, 3 CREDITS
     BA-251-01	    SuPeRVISORY	MANAGeMeNT,	3	CReDITS                        eD-130-01	    COMPReHeNSIVe	CLASSROOM	MANAGeMeNT,	3	CReDITS
     BA-261-02	    CONSuMeR	BeHAVIOR,	4	CReDITS                             ED-169-01     STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS, 3 CREDITS
     BA-268-01     APPLIED PROJECT DEMONSTRATION, 6 CREDITS                 eD-229-01	    LeARNING	&	DeVeLOPMeNT,	3	CReDITS
     BA-285-02     HUMAN RELATIONS IN BUSINESS, 4 CREDITS
     BT-101-01     INTRODUCTION TO ONLINE LEARNING, 1 CREDIT                electronics & Microelectronics
     BT-105-02     COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING, 3 CREDITS                       SM-170-01     SEMICONDUCTOR PROCESSING III, 2 CREDITS
     BT-124-01     BUSINESS EDITING I, 3 CREDITS                            SM-229-01	    VACuuM	TeCHNOLOGY,	2	CReDITS
     BT-125-01     BUSINESS EDITING II, 3 CREDITS                           english
     BT-160-01     WORD I, 3 CREDITS
                                                                            ENG-105-01 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: DRAMA, 4 CREDITS
     BT-161-01     WORD II, 3 CREDITS
                                                                            eNG-205-01	 SuRVeY	OF	eNGLISH	LITeRATuRe,	4	CReDITS
     BT-173-01     INTRODUCTION TO MS POWERPOINT, 2 CREDITS
                                                                            ENG-213-01 U.S. LATINO LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS
     BT-216-01     OFFICE PROCEDURES, 4 CREDITS
     Career Planning                                                        environmental safety and Health
                                                                            eSH-100-01	 eNVIRONMeNTAL	ReGuLATIONS,	3	CReDITS
     HD-140-01     CAREER EXPLORATION, 3 CREDITS
     HD-141-01	    CAReeR	ADVANCeMeNT,	1	CReDIT                             ESH-101-01 HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT, 2 CREDITS
     HD-209-01     JOB SEARCH SKILLS, 1 CREDIT                              Family studies
     College success                                                        HDF-260-01 CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT, 3 CREDITS
     EL-111-03     COLLEGE STUDY SKILLS, 3 CREDITS                          Food and nutrition
     HD-120-17     COLLEGE SUCCESS, 1 CREDIT                                FN-110-01     PERSONAL NUTRITION, 3 CREDITS
     HD-146-01	    VALueS	CLARIFICATION,	1	CReDIT                           FN-225-02     NUTRITION, 4 CREDITS
     HD-147-02     DECISION MAKING, 1 CREDIT                                FN-225-03     NUTRITION, 4 CREDITS
     HD-157-01     PROCRASTINATION & TIME MANAGEMENT, 1 CREDIT
     LIB-101-03    INTRO TO LIBRARY RESEARCH, 1 CREDIT
                                                                            Gis
                                                                            GIS-210-20    RESEARCH TECHNIQUES, 2 CREDITS
     Computer science
     CS-120-30	 SuRVeY	OF	COMPuTING,	4	CReDITS
                                                                            Health
     CS-120-31	 SuRVeY	OF	COMPuTING,	4	CReDITS                              HE-204-01     NUTRITION & WEIGHT CONTROL, 3 CREDITS
     CS-120-32	 SuRVeY	OF	COMPuTING,	4	CReDITS                              HE-205-01     YOUTH ADDICTIONS, 3 CREDITS
     CS-121-30   COMPUTER APPLICATIONS, 3 CREDITS                           HE-250-01     PERSONAL HEALTH, 3 CREDITS
     CS-125H-30 HTML & WEB SITE DESIGN, 3 CREDITS                           HE-250-03     PERSONAL HEALTH, 3 CREDITS
     CS-135DB-30	ADVANCeD	DATABASe,	3	CReDITS                               History
     CS-135I-30	 ADVANCeD	WeB	DeSIGN,	3	CReDITS
                                                                            HST-103-02	 HISTORY	OF	WeSTeRN	CIVILIZATION,	4	CReDITS
     CS-140U-30 OPERATING SYS I: LINUX/UNIX, 3 CREDITS
                                                                            HST-203-03 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, 4 CREDITS
     CS-178-30   INTRO TO THE INTERNET/WWW, 3 CREDITS
     Criminal Justice                                                       Horticulture
     CJA-101-02    CRIMINOLOGY, 3 CREDITS                                   HOR-009-07 ID: WESTERN OREGON BROADLEAF WEEDS, 0.3 CEU
     CJA-112-01    PATROL PROCEDURES, 3 CREDITS                             Human development
     CJA-140-01    INTRO CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT
                                                                            HD-146-01	    VALueS	CLARIFICATION,	1	CReDIT
     CJA-141-01    INTRO TO CRIME MAPPING, 1 CREDIT
                                                                            HD-147-02     DECISION MAKING, 1 CREDIT
     CJA-142-01    STATISTICS FOR CRIME ANALYSIS, 1 CREDIT
                                                                            HD-157-01     PROCRASTINATION & TIME MANAGEMENT, 1 CREDIT
     CJA-143-01	   CRIMe	ANALYSIS	VIA	STATISTICS,	1	CReDIT
     CJA-144-01	   CRIMe	ANALYSIS	VIA	MODuS	OPeR.,	1	CReDIT

18   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
Humanities                                                    BA-225-01     BUSINESS REPORT WRITING, 3 CREDITS
                                                              BA-248-01     AUDITING, 3 CREDITS
ANT-103-01 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
                                                              BT-105-01     COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING, 3 CREDITS
HUM-160-01 FAITH & REASON, 5 CREDITS
                                                              BT-170-01     ACCESS, 3 CREDITS
Manufacturing                                                 BT-220I-01    DESKTOP PUBLISHING INDESIGN, 3 CREDITS
MFG-275-01 MASTERCAM I: STREAMINGTEACHER™, 3 CREDITS          BT-262-01     INTEGRATED PROJECTS, 4 CREDITS
Mathematics                                                   CH-104-30     INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS
                                                              CH-105-30     INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS
MTH-060-20    ALGEBRA I, 4 CREDITS
                                                              CH-106-30     INTRODUCTORY CHEMISTRY, 5 CREDITS
MTH-065-20    ALGEBRA II, 4 CREDITS
                                                              CS-120-08	    SuRVeY	OF	COMPuTING,	4	CReDITS
MTH-065-21    ALGEBRA II, 4 CREDITS
                                                              ECE-239-01    HELPING CHILDREN & FAMILIES COPE WITH STRESS, 3
MTH-095-20    ALGEBRA III, 4 CREDITS                                        CREDITS
MTH-111-20    COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 5 CREDITS                      ED-246-01     SCHOOL, FAMILY & COMMUNITY RELATIONS, 4 CREDITS
MTH-243-20    PROBABILITY & STATISTICS, 4 CREDITS             ENG-104-01    INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: FICTION, 4 CREDITS
Medical assistant                                             ENG-217-01    GAMES AND LITERATURE, 4 CREDITS
MA-110-03     MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY, 3 CREDITS                  eNG-240-01	   NATIVe	AMeRICAN	MYTHOLOGY,	4	CReDITS
                                                              ERM-100-01    ORIENT ENERGY & RESOURCE TECH, 3 CREDITS
Music                                                         ERM-101-01    ENERGY & RESOURCE TECH I: INTRODUCTION, 3 CREDITS
MUS-105-01 MUSIC APPRECIATION, 3 CREDITS                      ERM -107-01   CAREER PORTFOLIO, 4 CREDITS
Philosophy                                                    HDF-140-01    CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN FAMILY, 3 CREDITS
PHL-101-01    PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEMS, 4 CREDITS               HE-252-04     FIRST AID/CPR, 3 CREDITS
                                                              HE-252-05     FIRST AID/CPR, 3 CREDITS
Psychology                                                    HOR-143-01    HORTICULTURE PRACTICUM/SPRING, 6 CREDITS
PSY-110-01	   PSYCHOLOGY:	AN	OVeRVIeW,	4	CReDITS              HOR-228-02    PLANT IDENTIFICATION/SPRING, 3 CREDITS
Physical education                                            HOR-242-01    PLANT PROPAGATION/SPRING, 3 CREDITS
PE-270-01     SPORT & EXERCISE PSYCHOLOGY, 3 CREDITS          HS-219-01	    CAReeR	DeV.	FACILITATOR	III,	4	CReDITS
                                                              HUM-182-01    PATHWAY TO SUSTAINABILITY, 5 CREDITS
religion                                                      MTH-060-07    ALGEBRA I, 4 CREDITS
R-210-01      WORLD RELIGIONS, 4 CREDITS                      MTH-065-07    ALGEBRA II, 4 CREDITS
science                                                       MTH-095-07    ALGEBRA III, 4 CREDITS
BI-101-30     GENERAL BIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                      MTH-111-04    COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 5 CREDITS
BI-102-30     GENERAL BIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                      MTH-111-07    COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 5 CREDITS
BI-103-30     GENERAL BIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS                      MTH-243-03    PROBABILITY & STATISTICS, 4 CREDITS
BI-234-30     INTRODUCTORY MICROBIOLOGY, 4 CREDITS            NRS-231-01    CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY II, 3 CREDITS
GS-107-30     ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS                            NRS-231-02    CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY II, 3 CREDITS
PH-121-30     GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS                    NRS-233-01    PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESS II, 3 CREDITS
PH-122-30     GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS                    NRS-233-02    PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESS II, 3 CREDITS
PH-123-30     GENERAL ASTRONOMY, 4 CREDITS                    SPN-103-08    FIRST-YEAR SPANISH, 4 CREDITS
                                                              SSC-182-01    PATHWAY TO SUSTAINABILITY, 5 CREDITS
social science                                                WR-121-02     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
SSC-160-01    FAITH AND REASON, 5 CREDITS                     WR-121-03     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
speech                                                        WR-122-06     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
SP-111-10     PUBLIC SPEAKING, 4 CREDITS                      WR-122-18     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
SP-218-01     INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION, 4 CREDITS          WR-123-01     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS
                                                              WR-123-02     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS
transportation                                                WR-123-04     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS
TTL-141-01	 TRANSPORTATION	CuST	SVC	SKILLS,	3	CReDITS         WR-123-05     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS
Women’s studies                                               WR-123-06     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS
WS-101-01     WOMEN’S STUDIES, 4 CREDITS                      WR-123-10     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS

Writing                                                       Telecourses
WR-101-03     COMMUNICATION SKILLS: OCCUPATIONAL WRITING, 3    Complete course information available in Credit
              CREDITS
WR-121-11     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS                   Course Listing, p. 23-98. Indicated with: tv
WR-121-12     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS                  PSY-219-02    INTRODUCTION TO ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY, 4 CREDITS
WR-122-11     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS                                (on campus broadcast only)
WR-122-12     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
WR-122-13     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS                  Correspondence Courses
WR-122-14     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
WR-122-17     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
                                                               Complete course information available in Credit
WR-123-07     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS                   Course Listing, p. 23-98. Indicated with:
WR-123-08     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS                  CAD-141-20	   AuTOCAD	LT	LeVeL	I,	3	CReDITS
WR-123-09     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS                  CAD-142-20	   AuTOCAD	LT	LeVeL	II,	3	CReDITS
WR-227-02     TECHNICAL REPORT WRITING, 4 CREDITS             CAD-151-20	   AuTOCAD	LeVeL	I,	3	CReDITS
WR-245-01	    ADVANCeD	POeTRY	WRITING,	4	CReDITS              CAD-152-20	   AuTOCAD	LeVeL	II,	3	CReDITS
                                                              CDT-281-20	   DRAFTING	TeCHNOLOGY/CWe,	2-6V	CReDITS
Hybrid Courses                                                CDT-282-20	   DRAFTING	TeCHNOLOGY/CWe,	2-6V	CReDITS
 Complete course information available in Credit              CDT-283-20	   DRAFTING	TeCHNOLOGY/CWe,	2-6V	CReDITS
                                                              CDT-284-20	   DRAFTING	TeCHNOLOGY/CWe,	2-6V	CReDITS
 Course Listing, p. 23-98. Indicated with: Hyb                CWE-281-20    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR I, 0 CREDITS
ART-206-01    HISTORY OF WESTERN ART, 4 CREDITS               CWE-282-20    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR II, 0 CREDITS
BA-124-01     NEGOTIATION: PROJECT MANAGEMENT, 3 CREDITS      CWE-283-20    COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR III, 0 CREDITS
BA-126-01     PROJECT MANAGEMENT: WORKSHOP, 3 CREDITS         CWe-284-20	   COOP	WORK	eXP	SeMINAR	IV,	0	CReDITS
                                                                                                     www.clackamas.edu 19
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     Along with the Oregon City campus, Clackamas Community College has two additional campuses to serve the
     needs of students in other parts of the district. The college’s Harmony campus is a full-service campus in the
     North Clackamas area (near Clackamas Town Center), and courses can also be taken at the college’s Wilsonville
     site. In addition, there are many CCC courses available in other communities throughout the district.



     CCC at Harmony                                                         SBM-006-22
                                                                            SBM-006-23
                                                                                         QUICKBOOKS PRO: BEGINNING, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                         QUICKBOOKS PRO: NEXT STEP, 0 CREDIT

     Community Campus                                                       SBM-006-24
                                                                            SBM-006-25
                                                                            SBM-006-30
                                                                                         QUICKBOOKS BASICS FOR MANAGERS, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                         QUICKBOOKS PAYROLL, 0 CREDIT
                                                                                         PREPARING FOR THE CCB EXAM, 0 CREDIT
     7738 SE Harmony Road, Milwaukie, Oregon 97222 / OIT Metro
     Center: 7726 SE Harmony Road, Milwaukie, Oregon 97222                  SBM-006-31   PREPARING FOR THE CCB EXAM, 0 CREDIT
                                                                            SBM-006-40   BLOGGING FOR BIZ W/ WORDPRESS, 0 CREDIT
     The following courses are available at Clackamas Community College     SBM-006-41   GOOGLE ADWORDS FOR SMALL BIZ, 0 CREDIT
     at Harmony Community Campus. For more information, contact             SBM-006-42   iGOOGLE FOR SMALL BUSINESS, 0 CREDIT
     503-594-0623.                                                          SBM-006-43   GOOGLE ADSENSE FOR SMALL BIZ, 0 CREDIT
     adult basic education (abe)                                            SBM-006-44   GOOGLE CALENDAR FOR SMALL BIZ, 0 CREDIT
                                                                            SBM-006-46   GOOGLE ANALYTICS FOR SMALL BIZ, 0 CREDIT
     Instruction offered to improve reading, writing, and math skills.      SBM-020-01   GREENHOUSE, 0 CREDIT
     Individual schedules are arranged. Students must be 16 years old.
     Fees determined at assessment. For additional information about        College success
     orientation and scheduling, please call 503-657-6958, ext. 2595.       For more information about these classes call: Advising & Counseling,
     Days/Harmony Campus: M-TH, 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.                        503-657-6958, ext. 2794.
     ABE-012-67    ADULT BASIC EDUCATION, 0 CREDIT                          HD-156-01	   CReATIVe	GOAL	SeTTING,	1	CReDIT
                                                                            HD-158-01    MANAGING CHANGE, 1 CREDIT
     abe/Ged Free tutoring
                                                                            Computer science
     Basic skills tutoring in math, English grammar, composition and GED
     preparation. Any Clackamas Community College or OIT student            For more information about these classes call: 503-657-6958, ext.
     or potential student is welcome. Contact: The tutoring instructor,     2040.
     helenh@clackamas.edu, for additional information.                      CS-090-04  COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS, 2 CREDITS
                                                                            CS-091-24  COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS II, 2 CREDITS
     Evenings/CCC Harmony Campus at the OIT Resource Library: T/TH,
                                                                            CS-092S-01 COMPUTACIóN PARA PRINCIPIANTES, ESPAñOL
     4-5:50 p.m.                                                                       (COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS, SPANISH), 3 CREDITS
     business development Center Classes/Workshops                          CS-120-07	 SuRVeY	OF	COMPuTING,	4	CReDITS
                                                                            CS-125H-02 HTML & WEB SITE DESIGN, 3 CREDITS
     Small Business Development Center (SBDC) classes are offered as
     practical training for owners and managers of small businesses and     Computer Workshops: Windows applications, Web
     do NOT fulfill the requirements for any college transfer, general      These workshops are offered by the CCC Computer Science
     education or certificate programs. For more information about these    Department at our off-campus labs. Classes provide professionally
     classes or other questions regarding your small business needs,        developed courseware and are designed for the student who wishes
     contact the SBDC at 503-594-0738 or e-mail bizcenter@clackamas.        to focus on a specific software application. For a complete listing of
     edu. Website: www.bizcenter.org.                                       course outlines visit our web page at cs.clackamas.edu/cw/index.htm
     SBM-006-01    GOING INTO BUSINESS, 0 CREDIT                            or turn to Computer Workshops: Windows Applications, Web in the
     SBM-006-02    GOING INTO BUSINESS, 0 CREDIT                            Course Listing portion of this schedule.
     SBM-006-03    GOING INTO BUSINESS, 0 CREDIT                            CW-050-01	   WINDOWS	VISTA	/	Ie	7,	0	CReDIT
     SBM-006-10	   NAVIGATING	A	ReCeSSION,	0	CReDIT                         CW-052A      EXCEL BASIC, 0 CREDIT
     SBM-006-11    FINANCIAL DIAGNOSIS, 0 CREDIT                            CW-052B      EXCEL INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDIT
     SBM-006-13    MARKETING YOUR WEB SITE, 0 CREDIT                        CW-052C	     eXCeL	ADVANCeD,	0	CReDIT
     SBM-006-14	   CuSTOMeR	SeRVICe,	0	CReDIT                               CW-054A      WORD BASIC, 0 CREDIT
     SBM-006-15    HIGH IMPACT MARKETING, 0 CREDIT                          CW-054B      WORD INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDIT
     SBM-006-16    MORE PROFIT? MORE SALES!, 0 CREDIT                       CW-054C	     WORD	ADVANCeD,	0	CReDIT
     SBM-006-17    SMALL BUSINESS FINANCE, 0 CREDIT                         CW-055A      POWERPOINT BASIC, 0 CREDIT
     SBM-006-20    SMALL BUSINESS RECORDKEEPING, 0 CREDIT                   CW-055B      POWERPOINT INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDIT
     SBM-006-21    SIMPLE START, 0 CREDIT                                   CW-055C	     POWeRPOINT	ADVANCeD,	0	CReDIT



20   For information about Clackamas Community College, call 503-657-6958
CW-056A       ACCESS BASIC, 0 CREDIT                                   Humanities/social sciences
CW-056B       ACCESS INTERMEDIATE, 0 CREDIT
CW-056C	      ACCeSS	ADVANCeD,	0	CReDIT
                                                                       For more information about these classes call: Humanities
                                                                       Division, 503-657-6958, ext. 2333.
education
                                                                       EC-201-02     PRINCIPLES OF ECON: MICRO, 4 CREDITS
For more information about these classes call Education Program/       HST-202-01    HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES, 4 CREDITS
ECE, 503-657-6958, ext. 2671.                                          MUS-130-01    MUSIC MEDIA: SEX, DRUGS & ROCK, 1 CREDITS
ED-100-01     INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION, 3 CREDITS                     MUS-206-02    MUSIC LIT: HISTORY OF ROCK, 4 CREDITS
                                                                       PHL-102-01    ETHICS, 4 CREDITS
english as a second language
                                                                       PHL-213-01    ASIAN PHILOSOPHY, 4 CREDITS
These classes are for students ages 16 and older whose first           PSY-101-01    HUMAN RELATIONS, 3 CREDITS
language is not English. Required: Instructor consent.                 PSY-101-03    HUMAN RELATIONS, 3 CREDITS
Call 503-594-0638 for information. Para más información, llame         PSY-101-08    HUMAN RELATIONS, 3 CREDITS
503-594-0638.                                                          PSY-215-01	   INTRO	TO	DeVeLOPMeNTAL	PSYCH,	4	CReDITS
ESL-018-06    INTRO TO BUSINESS ENGLISH, 0 CREDIT                      PSY-215-02	   INTRO	TO	DeVeLOPMeNTAL	PSYCH,	4	CReDITS
ESL-022-06    LIFE SKILLS 1 & 2, 0 CREDIT                              PSY-240-02    INTERPER. AWARENESS & GROWTH, 4 CREDITS
ESL-022-07    LIFE SKILLS 1 & 2, 0 CREDIT                              R-204-01      HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY, 4 CREDITS
eSL-033-06	   INTeRMeDIATe	CONVeRSATION,	0	CReDIT                      SOC-205-02    SOCIAL STRAT & SOCIAL SYSTEMS, 4 CREDITS
eSL-034-06	   uPPeR	INTeRMeD	CONVeRSATION,	0	CReDIT                    SP-111-07     PUBLIC SPEAKING, 4 CREDITS
ESL-040-06    BEGINNING GRAMMAR, 0 CREDIT                              SP-111-09     PUBLIC SPEAKING, 4 CREDITS
ESL-041-06    UPPER BEGINNING GRAMMAR, 0 CREDIT                        WR-101-02     COMMUNICATION SKILLS: OCCUPATIONAL WRITING, 3
ESL-042-06    INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR A, 0 CREDIT                                       CREDITS
ESL-044-06    UPPER INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR A, 0 CREDIT                   WR-121-13     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
eSL-046-06	   ADVANCeD	GRAMMAR	B,	0	CReDIT                             WR-121-14     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
ESL-051-06    UPPER BEGINNING READING, 0 CREDIT                        WR-122-18     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS
ESL-052-06    UPPER BEGINNING WRITING, 0 CREDIT                        WR-123-10     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS
ESL-056-06    INTERMEDIATE READING, 0 CREDIT                           Mathematics
ESL-057-06    INTERMEDIATE WRITING, 0 CREDIT
                                                                       For more information about these classes call: Mathematics
ESL-058-06    UPPER INTERMEDIATE READING, 0 CREDIT
                                                                       Department, 503-657-6958, ext. 2218.
ESL-063-06    AMERICAN IDIOMS/SLANG/A, 0 CREDIT
ESL-070-06    COMPUTER LAB, 0 CREDIT                                   MTH-010-02    FUNDAMENTALS OF ARITHMETIC I, 4 CREDITS
ESL-075-06    BEGINNING READING/WRITING II, 0 CREDIT                   MTH-020-04    FUNDAMENTALS OF ARITHMETIC II, 4 CREDITS
ESL-082-06    SPELLING, 0 CREDIT                                       MTH-050-01    TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS I, 3 CREDITS
                                                                       MTH-060-03    ALGEBRA I, 4 CREDITS
Foreign language                                                       MTH-060-06    ALGEBRA I, 4 CREDITS
For more information about these classes call: Foreign Language        MTH-065-04    ALGEBRA II, 4 CREDITS
Department, 503-657-6958, ext. 2813.                                   MTH-065-08    ALGEBRA II, 4 CREDITS
SPN-103-06    FIRST-YEAR SPANISH, 4 CREDITS                            MTH-095-02    ALGEBRA III, 4 CREDITS
SPN-103-07    FIRST-YEAR SPANISH, 4 CREDITS                            MTH-095-06    ALGEBRA III, 4 CREDITS
                                                                       MTH-111-02    COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 5 CREDITS
Ged español                                                            MTH-111-06    COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 5 CREDITS
For more information about this class call: 503-657-6958, ext.         MTH-244-02    STATISTICS, 4 CREDITS
2944. Para más información, llame 503-657-6958, ext. 2944.
GeD-049-04	 GeD	PARA	LATINOS	&	HABILIDADeS	PARA	LA	VIDA		
            DIARIA (LATINO GED & LIFE SKILLS), 0 CREDIT
General education development (Ged)
Individual schedules are arranged and students register by
appointment only. Fees are determined at orientation. For additional
information about scheduling, registration, high school referral, or
release from compulsory attendance, please call 503-657-6958, ext.
2595.
ABE/GED Days/Harmony Campus: M-TH, 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m.
Human development
For more information about these classes call Advising & Counseling,
503-657-6958, ext. 2794.
HD-156-01	    CReATIVe	GOAL	SeTTING,	1	CReDIT
HD-158-01     MANAGING CHANGE, 1 CREDIT




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     CCC Wilsonville Campus                                                 CCC Extension Sites
     29353 SW Town Center Loop East, Wilsonville, Oregon 97070
     The following courses are available at Clackamas Community             CCC in Canby
     College, Wilsonville Campus and will fulfill all requirements of the   Classes are held at Canby Applied Technology Center unless
     Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer and the Associate of General         otherwise noted. See the Credit Section of the Schedule for
     Studies. For more information, contact 503-594-0944.                   information on location of classes.
     Computer science                                                       Computer science
     For more information about this class call: 503-657-6958, ext.         For more information about this class call: 503-657-6958, ext.
     2040.                                                                  5144. Para más información, llame 503-657-6958, ext. 5144.
     CS-090-15     COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS, 2 CREDITS                       CS-092S-02    COMPUTACIóN PARA PRINCIPIANTES, ESPAñOL
     energy and resource Management                                                       (COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS, SPANISH), 3 CREDITS
                                                                            CS-093S-01    COMPUTACIóN PARA PRINCIPIANTES II, ESPAñOL
     For more information about these classes call: 503-594-0945.                         (COMPUTERS FOR NEW USERS II, SPANISH), 3 CREDITS
     ERM-100-01    ORIENT ENGY & RESRCE TECH, 3 CREDITS                     english as a second language
     ERM-101-01    ENGY & RSRCE TECH: INTRO, 3 CREDITS
     ERM-107-01    CAREER PORTFOLIO, 4 CREDITS                              These classes are for students ages 16 and older whose first
     eRM-172-01	   eNeRGY	IND.	PeRF.	DeVeLOPMeNT,	6	CReDITS                 language is not English. Register first night of class. Required:
     ERM-180-01    ENERGY & RESOURCE MGMT/CWE, 3 CREDITS                    Instructor consent. Call 503-657-6958, ext. 2503 for information.
                                                                            Para más información, llame 503-657-6958, ext. 2503.
     driver education
                                                                            ESL-022-11    LIFE SKILLS 1 & 2, 0 CREDIT
     DRV-3-20	     DRIVeR	eDuCATION,	0	CReDIT                               eSL-033-11	   INTeRMeDIATe	CONVeRSATION,	0	CReDIT
     DRV-3-21	     DRIVeR	eDuCATION,	0	CReDIT                               eSL-034-11	   uPPeR	INTeRMeD	CONVeRSATION,	0	CReDIT
     english as a second language                                           ESL-071-11    ESL SKILLS LAB, 0 CREDIT
                                                                            ESL-074-11    DIFFERENTIATED WRITING INSTR., 0 CREDIT
     These classes are for students ages 16 and older whose first
                                                                            ESL-075-11    BEGINNING READING/WRITING II, 0 CREDIT
     language is not English. Required: Instructor consent. Call 503-657-
     6958, ext. 2503 for information. Para más información, llame 503-      Ged español
     657-6958, ext. 2503.                                                   For more information about this class call: 503-657-6958, ext.
     ESL-022-46    LIFE SKILLS 1 & 2, 0 CREDIT                              2944. Para más información, llame 503-657-6958, ext. 2944.
     eSL-033-46	   INTeRMeDIATe	CONVeRSATION,	0	CReDIT
                                                                            GeD-049-02	 GeD	PARA	LATINOS	&	HABILIDADeS	PARA	LA	VIDA		
     ESL-051-46    UPPER BEGINNING READING, 0 CREDIT                                    DIARIA (LATINO GED & LIFE SKILLS), 0 CREDIT
     Ged español
     For more information about this class call: 503-657-6958, ext.         CCC in Estacada
     2944. Para más información, llame 503-657-6958, ext. 2944.
                                                                            Located at Estacada High School, 355 NE 6th Ave., Estacada.
     GeD-049-06	 GeD	PARA	LATINOS	&	HABILIDADeS	PARA	LA	VIDA		
                 DIARIA (LATINO GED & LIFE SKILLS), 0 CREDIT                Ged español
     Humanities/social sciences                                             For more information about this class call: 503-657-6958, ext.
     For more information about these classes call: Humanities              2944. Para más información, llame 503-657-6958, ext. 2944.
     Division, 503-657-6958, ext. 2333.                                     GeD-049-01	 GeD	PARA	LATINOS	&	HABILIDADeS	PARA	LA	VIDA		
                                                                                        DIARIA (LATINO GED & LIFE SKILLS), 0 CREDIT
     ART-103-15    ART APPRECIATION, 3 CREDITS
     ENG-106-15    INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE: POETRY, 4 CREDITS
     GEO-110-15    CULTURAL & HUMAN GEOGRAPHY, 4 CREDITS                    CCC in Molalla
     HST-102-15	   HIST.	OF	WeSTeRN	CIVILIZATION,	4	CReDITS                 Classes are held at the CCC Molalla Center behind the Molalla Public
     MUS-206-15    MUSIC LIT: HISTORY OF ROCK, 4 CREDITS                    Library, 201 East Fifth, Molalla, Oregon.
     PSY-101-15    HUMAN RELATIONS, 3 CREDITS
     SP-111-15     PUBLIC SPEAKING, 4 CREDITS                               english as a second language
     WR-122-15     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 4 CREDITS                           These classes are for students ages 16 and older whose first
     WR-123-15     ENGLISH COMPOSITION, 3 CREDITS                           language is not English. Register first night of class. Required:
     Mathematics                                                            Instructor consent. Call 503-657-6958, ext. 2503 for information.
                                                                            Para más información, llame 503-657-6958, ext. 2503.
     For more information about these classes call: Mathematics
     Department, 503-657-6958, ext. 2218.                                   ESL-050-41    BEGINNING READING/ WRITING I, 0 CREDIT
                                                                            ESL-052-41    UPPER BEGINNING WRITING, 0 CREDIT
     MTH-111-15 COLLEGE ALGEBRA, 5 CREDITS
                                                                            ESL-070-41    COMPUTER LAB, 0 CREDIT




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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




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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)                                                                         Art
Instruction offered to improve reading, writing, and math skills. In-                               ART-100C	 MULTIPLES:	JEWELRY	CASTING,	1	CREDIT
dividual schedules are arranged. Students must be 16 years old. Fees                                Using centrifugal lost wax casting, students will learn how to make
determined at assessment. For additional information about orienta-                                 jewelry and small sculptures using multiple elements with a focus
tion and scheduling, contact 503-657-6958 ext. 2595.                                                on fundamentals of casting. Techniques covered include simple
ABE-012	            ADULT	BASIC	EDUCATION,	0	CREDIT                                                 mold making, cuttlefish, and centrifugal casting. Wax working tech-
Instruction offered to improve reading, writing, and math skills.                                   niques include additive and subtractive, embossing, and fabrication.
Individual schedules are arranged. Students must be 16 years old.                                   	            ART-100C-01	 178416	 AC120	          TH	       6-9:50PM
✔	                  ABE-012-67	 175799	 OIT170	          MTWTH	 8:30-11:30AM                        	             IIJIMA	                             $67	      $5	      $125	       $197
	                    TEETOR	                             $0	    $0	       $50	               $50                  Meets:	5/7-6/4.
                     Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                           ART-100D	 BASIC	JEWELRY	MAKING,	1	CREDIT
	                   ABE-012-07	 175797	 D133	            MTWTH	 12:30-3:30PM                        Explore various metalsmithing techniques such as silver soldering,
	                    MCKENNA	                            $0	    $0	       $50	               $50    inlay, basic construction and fabrication of sheet metals (copper,
                     Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                  brass, silver) through making rings, brooches and bracelets.
ABE-199	            ADULT	BASIC	EDUCATION,	0	CREDIT                                                 	            ART-100D-01	 178794	 AC120	          TH	       6-9:50PM
Instrucción ofrecida en español para mejorar sus habilidades en lec-                                	             IIJIMA	                             $67	      $5	      $125	       $197
tura, escritura y matemáticas. Se arreglan horarios individuales. Los                                             Meets:	4/2-4/30.
alumnos tienen que ser mayores de 16 años. Se requiere el consen-                                   ART-101	     ART	APPRECIATION,	3	CREDITS
timiento del Instructor.                                                                            Discover the fundamentals of thinking about and creating art
Instruction offered in Spanish to improve reading, writing and                                      through class discussions, gallery/museum tours. This course will ex-
mathematic skills. Individual schedules are arranged. Students must                                 amine history, culture, ideas and issues associated with art.
be 16 years old.                                                                                    	            ART-101-01	 177953	 AC122	 TTH	                9-10:50AM
ESPAñOL	            ABE-199-01	 175800	 D105	            TTH	        5-7:50PM                       	             SIEGFRIED	                $201	               $15	     $36	        $252
	                    SANCHEZ	                            		          		       		                    ART-103	     ART	APPRECIATION,	3	CREDITS
                     Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	Camilo	Sanchez	at	503-657-6958	
                     x2944.                                                                         Discover the fundamentals of thinking about and creating art
                                                                                                    through class discussions, gallery/museum tours. This course will
ABE/GED	FREE	TUTORING                                                                               examine history, culture, ideas and issues associated with Contem-
Basic skills tutoring in math, English grammar, composition and                                     porary Art.
GED preparation. Any Clackamas Community College or OIT stu-                                        	            ART-103-01	 175086	 AC122	           TTH	      9-10:50AM
dent or potential student welcome. Contact: The tutoring instructor,                                	             SIEGFRIED	                          $201	     $15	     $36	        $252
helenh@clackamas.edu, for additional information.
                                                                                                    ✔	           ART-103-15	 178845	 W111	            T	        6-9:50PM
Evenings/CCC	Harmony	Campus	at	the	OIT	Resource	Library:	T/TH,	4-5:50PM                             	             SIEGFRIED	                          $0	       $0	      $252	       $252
                                                                                                                  At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.

Anthropology                                                                                        ART-106	     INTRODUCTION	TO	MOTION	GRAPHICS,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                    Introduction to fundamentals of motion graphics design. This proj-
ANT-103	            CULTURAL	ANTHROPOLOGY,	4	CREDITS                                                ect-based course will explore experimental and new technological
Introduces the diversity of contemporary human cultures and the                                     approaches to creating digital effects and animation for video and
ways anthropologists study and compare them in an effort to under-                                  web-based applications.
stand how different societies organize their lives and make sense of                                	            ART-106-01	 175087	 AC121	           TTH	      1-3:50PM
the world around them.                                                                              	             WASSON	                             $201	     $15	     $36	        $252
         	          ANT-103-01	 175081	 ONLINE	                                                                   Recommended:	Previous	experience	with	computer	graphics	and	digital	
	                    KEELER	                             $268	       $20	      $35	         $323                  video.
                     Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	robertk@
                                                                                                    ART-115	     BASIC	DESIGN:	TWO	DIMENSIONAL	DESIGN,	4	CREDITS
                     clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2339.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
                     placement	in	RD-115.
                                                                                                    Acquaints students with the vocabulary of composition, builds cre-
                                                                                                    ative and analytical skills, and examines historical and contempo-
ANT-280	            ANTHROPOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                  rary issues related to visual composition.
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                   	            ART-115-01	 177948	 AC108	 TTH	  1-3:50PM
anthropology.                                                                                       	             BRODNICKI	                $268	 $20	     $48	 $336
	                   ANT-280-01	 175082	 JOBSITE	
                                                                                                    ART-117	     BASIC	DESIGN:	THREE	DIMENSIONAL	COMPOSITION,	
	                    KEELER	                     $402	               $30	      $15	        $447V
                                                                                                    	            4	CREDITS
                     Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                                                                                                    Examines the elements of form and space, the principles of struc-
                                                                                                    ture, and the processes involving form.
                                                                                                    	            ART-117-01	 175089	 AC122	           MW	       1-3:50PM
                                                                                                    	             SIMMONS	                            $268	     $20	     $48	        $336


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    ✔	       Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.          HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
             campus, other off campus                                                   course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
             location                            Distance Learning:
                                                 Correspondence-                   TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 140.
             Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                          department first class
             see page 14.                                                                                                                                                    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


                 Art, continued                                                                              ART-206	     HISTORY	OF	WESTERN	ART,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                                             Examines art, culture and history from the Medieval Era through
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                                                                                                             the Renaissance. A broad overview of art history. Encourages an
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                 ART-131	     DRAWING,	4	CREDITS
                 Introduces drawing tools, materials, techniques, elements of com-                           appreciation and understanding of art and its history through
                 position; line, gesture, color and value. Assignments involve direct                        readings,lectures, papers and exams.
                 observation and its relationship to volume and form on a two-di-                            HYB	         ART-206-01	 177946	 N140	            TH	       6-8:50PM
                 mensional plane.                                                                            	             BRODNICKI	                          $268	     $20	     $6	           $294
                                                                                                                           Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Thursday	plus	online	hours.	Recommended:	Pass	
                 	            ART-131-01	 177949	 AC102	          MW	       9-11:50AM                                      RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
                 	             TRUE	                              $268	     $20	     $48	            $336        	        ART-206-02	 177947	 ONLINE	
                 	            ART-131-02	 178222	 AC102	          TTH	      9-11:50AM                        	             REID	                               $268	     $20	        $41	       $329
                 	             ANDERSEN	                          $268	     $20	     $48	            $336                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	dreid@
                 ART-133	     DRAWING,	4	CREDITS                                                                           clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2386.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
                 Introduces drawing tools, materials, techniques, elements of com-                                         placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
                 position; line, gesture, color and value. Assignments involve direct                        ART-221	     FLASH	ANIMATION:	DESIGN	&	TECHNIqUE,	3	CREDITS
                 observation and its relationship to volume and form on a two-di-                            Introduces the principles of animation using Macromedia’s Flash
                 mensional plane.                                                                            software. The course will emphasize design principles, analytical
                 	            ART-133-01	 175091	 AC102	 MW	                9-11:50AM                        skills and creativity.
                 	             TRUE	                     $268	              $20	     $48	            $336    	            ART-221-01	 175100	 AC121	           MW	       2-4:50PM
                 	            ART-133-02	 175090	 AC102	 TTH	               9-11:50AM                        	             WASSON	                             $201	     $15	     $36	          $252
                 	             ANDERSEN	                 $268	              $20	     $48	            $336                  Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-195	or	pass	ART-225	or	instructor	consent.
                 ART-161	     PHOTOGRAPHY	I,	3	CREDITS                                                       ART-225	     COMPUTER	GRAPHICS	I,	3	CREDITS
                 Introduction to basic camera operation and darkroom processes in                            Introduction to the use of digital graphics programs. Photo manipu-
                 developing and printing film. Elements of composition, content,                             lation, illustration, and compositing techniques will be explored.
                 and historical reference will be explored.                                                  	            ART-225-01	 175101	 AC121	           MW	       9-11:50AM
                 	            ART-161-01	 175093	 AC120	          MW	       2-4:50PM                         	             WASSON	                             $201	     $15	     $36	          $252
                 	             ELIOT	                             $201	     $15	     $36	            $252                  Recommended:	Pass	ART-115.	Section	offered	in	Mac	format.
                               Required:	35mm	camera	with	adjustable	exposure	controls.                      ART-226	     COMPUTER	GRAPHICS	II,	3	CREDITS
                 	            ART-161-02	 175092	 AC108	          MW	       6-8:50PM                         Continuation of the processes of digital graphics programs. More
                 	             ELIOT	                             $201	     $15	     $36	            $252    advanced aspects of image compositing, bit mapping, layering and
                               Required:	35mm	camera	with	adjustable	exposure	controls.                      using channels in Photoshop.
                 ART-162	     PHOTOGRAPHY	II,	3	CREDITS                                                      	            ART-226-01	 175102	 AC121	           MW	       9-11:50AM
                 Continuation of the exploration of camera operation and darkroom                            	             WASSON	                             $201	     $15	     $36	          $252
                 processes in developing and printing film. Elements of composition,                                       Recommended:	Pass	ART-225.	Section	offered	in	Mac	format.
                 content, and historical reference will be explored.                                         ART-227	     COMPUTER	GRAPHICS	III,	3	CREDITS
                 	            ART-162-01	 175094	 AC120	          MW	       2-4:50PM                         Use of multi-formats to create images, compositions, and docu-
                 	             ELIOT	                             $201	     $15	     $36	            $252    ments. Design principles, creative problem solving, historical and
                               Required:	35mm	camera	with	adjustable	exposure	controls.	Recommended:	        contemporary issues in graphics, and aesthetics will be considered.
                               Pass	ART-161	or	instructor	consent.
                                                                                                             	            ART-227-01	 175103	 AC121	           MW	       9-11:50AM
                 	            ART-162-02	 175095	 AC108	          MW	       6-8:50PM                         	             WASSON	                             $201	     $15	     $36	          $252
                 	             ELIOT	                             $201	     $15	     $36	            $252                  Contact:	tomw@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2294.	Recommended:	
                               Required:	35mm	camera	with	adjustable	exposure	controls.
                                                                                                                           Pass	ART-225	&	pass	ART-226.	Section	offered	in	Mac	format.
                 ART-163	     PHOTOGRAPHY	III,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                             ART-252	     CERAMICS/BEGINNING,	3	CREDITS
                 Continuation of the exploration of camera operation and darkroom                            Broad general background in ceramics. Explore methods of working
                 processes in developing and printing film. Elements of composition,                         with clay: coiling, slab construction, and throwing on the wheel.
                 content, and historical reference will be explored.                                         Introduction to glazing and firing.
                 	            ART-163-01	 175096	 AC120	          MW	       2-4:50PM
                                                                                                             	            ART-252-01	 175104	 AC123	 TTH	  9-11:50AM
                 	             ELIOT	                             $201	     $15	     $36	            $252
                                                                                                             	             BRODNICKI	                $201	 $15	     $36	                        $252
                               Required:	35mm	camera	with	adjustable	exposure	controls.	Recommended:	
                               Pass	ART-162	or	instructor	consent.                                           	            ART-252-02	 175105	 AC123	 TTH	  2-4:50PM
                                                                                                             	             MCFADDEN	                 $201	 $15	     $36	                        $252
                 	            ART-163-02	 178622	 AC108	          MW	       6-8:50PM
                 	             ELIOT	                             $201	     $15	     $36	            $252    	            ART-252-03	 175106	 AC123	 TTH	  6-8:50PM
                               Required:	35mm	camera	with	adjustable	exposure	controls.	Recommended:	        	             MCFADDEN	                 $201	 $15	     $36	                        $252
                               Pass	ART-162	or	instructor	consent.                                           ART-255	     CERAMICS/INTERMEDIATE,	3	CREDITS
                 ART-199	     BEGINNING	WATERCOLOR,	2	CREDITS                                                Further develop skills and ideas to foster artistic growth. Explore
                 For the first time or after dusting off old forgotten brushes; students                     working with clay: pinching, coiling and slab construction, and
                 can explore the fundamental nature of this classic, translucent me-                         throwing on the wheel. Continue to learn about glazing and firing.
                 dium. Focus will be on the perspectives of depth, in one’s work and                         Research contemporary and historical ceramics.
                 self.                                                                                       	            ART-255-01	 175108	 AC123	           TTH	      9-11:50AM
                 	            ART-199-01	 178226	 AC108	          WF	       10-11:50AM                       	             BRODNICKI	                          $201	     $15	     $36	          $252
                 	             WHITTEN	                           $134	     $10	     $24	            $168                  Prerequisites:	Pass	ART-250,	pass	ART-251	&	pass	ART-252	or	instructor	
                                                                                                                           consent.
                                                                                                             	            ART-255-02	 175109	 AC123	           TTH	      2-4:50PM
                                                                                                             	             MCFADDEN	                           $201	     $15	     $36	          $252
                                                                                                                           Prerequisites:	Pass	ART-250,	pass	ART-251	&	pass	ART-252	or	instructor	
                                                                                                                           consent.



                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.        HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                  course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                 TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                        department first class
                      see page 14.

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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


	
	
             ART-255-03	 175110	 AC123	
              MCFADDEN	
                                                  TTH	
                                                  $201	
                                                              6-8:50PM
                                                              $15	     $36	         $252    Automotive Service Technology




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              Prerequisites:	Pass	ART-250,	pass	ART-251	&	pass	ART-252	or	instructor	       Must have ANSI approved eye protection first day and comply with college




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              consent.
                                                                                            safety policy.
ART-259	     JEWELRY	&	METALS,	3	CREDITS
Basic techniques of casting in silver and bronze. Includes cuttlefish,                      AM-106	      FIX	YOUR	OWN	CAR,	2	CREDITS
centrifugal, sand casting, clay impressions, tumbling and patination.                       For non-automotive majors who want to work on their own cars.
Design and execute jewelry, small sculpture and flatware.                                   Includes minor services, such as oil change, lubrication, fluid check,
	            ART-259-01	 175111	 AC120	 TTH	  2-4:50PM                                      brakes, cooling system, and other quick services.
	             SCHEER	                   $201	 $15	     $36	                         $252    	            AM-106-01	 176639	 B109	             S	        8-4:20PM
                                                                                            	             GOLOBACK	                           $134	     $10	     $20	         $164
ART-262	     DIGITAL	PHOTOGRAPHY	&	IMAGING,	3	CREDITS                                                     Class	begins	on	4/4	and	meets	on	alternate	Saturdays.
Introduces concepts, techniques, practices, aesthetics and ethics of
                                                                                            	            AM-106-02	 176640	 B109	 TH	    6:15-9:50PM
photographic imaging and image-making with digital technology.                              	             POSCHWATTA	             $134	  $10	      $20	                       $164
	            ART-262-01	 175112	 AC121	           TTH	        9-11:50AM
	             DREGER	                             $201	       $15	     $36	         $252    AM-121	      GENERAL	AUTO	REPAIR	I,	3	CREDITS
              Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-090	or	placement	in	CS-121	or	instructor	consent.	      Course material is coordinated with other auto courses. Includes live
              Section	offered	in	Mac	format.                                                repair work and fundamentals such as safety, tools, measuring and
                                                                                            fasteners. For first term automotive students.
ART-277	     WELDING:	METAL	SCULPTURE,	2	CREDITS
                                                                                            	            AM-121-01	 176642	 B109	             F	        7:30-2:50PM
Examines basic issues of historical and contemporary visual art
                                                                                            	             LEUCK/MILLER/LOCKWOOD	              $201	     $15	      $30	        $246
while providing practical hands-on experience in the craft and pro-
                                                                                                          Required:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	completion	of	AM-129,	AM-
cess of welding, metal fabrication, and casting.                                                          130,	AM-131,	AM-133,	AM-224	or	AM-235.
	            ART-277-01	 175113	 AC122	           MW	         4-5:50PM
	             SIMMONS	                            $134	       $10	     $75	         $219    AM-122	      GENERAL	AUTO	REPAIR	II,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                            Course material is coordinated with other auto courses. Includes live
ART-280	     ART/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                          repair work and fundamentals such as safety, tools, measuring and
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                           fasteners. For second term automotive students.
art.                                                                                        	            AM-122-01	 176646	 B109	             F	        7:30-2:50PM
	            ART-280-01	 175114	 JOBSITE	                                                   	             LEUCK/MILLER/LOCKWOOD	              $201	     $15	      $30	        $246
	             TRUE	                       $402	               $30	      $15	       $447V                  Prerequisite:	AM-121.
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                                                                                            AM-123	      GENERAL	AUTO	REPAIR	III,	3	CREDITS
ART-283	     PAINTING/BEGINNING,	4	CREDITS                                                  Course material is coordinated with other auto courses. Includes live
Introduces basic painting tools, materials, techniques, and elements                        repair work and fundamentals such as safety, tools, measuring and
of composition, color, gesture, and value. Direct observation of real-                      fasteners. For third term automotive students.
ity in relation to volume and form on a two-dimensional plane.                              	            AM-123-01	 176648	 B109	             F	        7:30-2:50PM
	            ART-283-02	 175115	 AC102	 F	    9-2:50PM                                      	             LEUCK/MILLER/LOCKWOOD	              $201	     $15	      $30	        $246
	             ANDERSEN	                 $268	 $20	     $48	                         $336                  Prerequisite:	AM-122.
	            ART-283-01	 175116	 AC102	 TTH	  1-3:50PM
                                                                                            AM-129	      ELECTRICAL	SYSTEMS,	7	CREDITS
	             ANDERSEN	                 $268	 $20	     $48	                         $336
                                                                                            Includes basic electricity, introduction to semiconductors, electrical
ART-286	     PAINTING/INTERMEDIATE,	4	CREDITS                                               measurements, schematics, wiring repair, service of batteries, crank-
Utilizes advanced painting concepts, materials, and techniques with                         ing, charging, ignition and lighting systems.
emphasis on composition, color, gesture, and value. Problems deal                           	            AM-129-01	 176649	 B114	 WTH	                  3-9:50PM
with observation of reality in relation to volume and form on a two-                        	             MAYLONE	                $469	                 $35	     $70	         $574
dimensional plane.
                                                                                            AM-131	      CHASSIS	SYSTEMS,	7	CREDITS
	            ART-286-02	 175117	 AC102	           F	          9-2:50PM
                                                                                            A theory and lab course covering design, construction, service and
	             ANDERSEN	                           $268	       $20	     $48	         $336
                                                                                            repair of front and rear suspension systems, steering systems, tire
	            ART-286-01	 175118	 AC102	           TTH	        1-3:50PM                      balance and most phases of alignment rack.
	             ANDERSEN	                           $268	       $20	     $48	         $336    	            AM-131-01	 176650	 B109	 MT	   7:30-2:50PM
ART-293	     SCULPTURE,	4	CREDITS                                                           	             MILLER	                 $469	 $35	      $70	                        $574
Introduces metal fabricating, welding, and metal casting. Focus on
                                                                                            AM-175	      ADVANCED	MECHANIC	STUDIES	I,	3	CREDITS
mixed media and visual communication. Concepts of aesthetics in
                                                                                            For currently enrolled automotive students wishing to specialize in
formal composition will be explored through projects, lectures, and
                                                                                            specific areas of automotive repair.
critiques. Historical reference will be examined.
                                                                                            	            AM-175-01	      176651	 B161	        TBA	      7:30-2:50PM
	        ART-293-01	 175120	 AC122	 MW	   1-3:50PM
                                                                                            	             MILLER	                             $201	     $15	      $30	        $246
	         SIMMONS	                  $268	 $20	     $48	                             $336                  Required:	Instructor	consent.
DMC-104	 DIGITAL	VIDEO	EDITING,	4	CREDITS                                                   AM-185	      ADVANCED	MECHANIC	STUDIES	II,	3	CREDITS
Students will utilize video editing skills, including logging and cap-                      For currently enrolled automotive students wishing to specialize in
turing raw video, assembly of shots on a timeline, and the use of                           specific areas of automotive repair.
effects in the creation of a final video sequence.
                                                                                            	            AM-185-01	      176653	 B161	        TBA	      7:30-2:50PM
	            DMC-104-01	 178237	 AC121	           MWF	        12-1:20PM
                                                                                            	             MILLER	                             $201	     $15	      $30	        $246
	             MINGO	                              $268	       $20	     $48	         $336                  Required:	Instructor	consent.
              Prerequisite:	Pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
                                                                                            AM-195	      ADVANCED	MECHANIC	STUDIES	III,	3	CREDITS
DMC-106	 INTRO	TO	MOTION	GRAPHICS,	3	CREDITS                                                For currently enrolled automotive students wishing to specialize in
Introduction to the fundamentals of motion graphics design. This                            specific areas of automotive repair.
project-based course will explore experimental and new technologi-
                                                                                            	            AM-195-01	      176654	 B161	        TBA	      7:30-2:50PM
cal approaches to creating digital effects and animation for video
                                                                                            	             MILLER	                             $201	     $15	      $30	        $246
and web-based applications.
                                                                                                          Required:	Instructor	consent.
	            DMC-106-01	 177950	 AC121	           TTH	        1-3:50PM
	             WASSON	                             $201	       $15	     $36	         $252
              Recommended:	Previous	experience	with	computer	graphics	and	digital	
              video.

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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


                 Automotive Service Technology, continued                                                       BA-111	      GENERAL	ACCOUNTING	I,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                                                Bookkeeping and accounting systems with procedures emphasized.
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                 AM-224	          COMFORT	SYSTEMS,	4	CREDITS                                                    Accounting cycle, general and special journals, subsidiary ledgers,
                 Covers design, construction, testing, maintenance, and repair of au-                           accounting for cash, and end-of-period operations.
                 tomotive heating and air conditioning systems.                                                 	            BA-111-01	      174442	 M254	          T	        6-9:50PM
                 	                AM-224-01	 176655	 B109	 TH	   7:30-3:50PM                                    	             GREENE	                               $268	     $20	     $5	            $293
                                                                                                                              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                 	                 LOCKWOOD	               $268	 $20	      $40	                         $328
                                                                                                                    	        BA-111-02	      174443	 ONLINE	        TBA	      TBA
                 AM-228	          SERVICE	SHOP	MANAGEMENT,	4	CREDITS                                            	             GREENE	                               $268	     $20	         $40	       $328
                 Designed to familiarize students with the responsibilities of the parts                                      Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	greenets@
                 manager, service manager and service writer.                                                                 comcast.net	or	503-657-6958	x2887.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
                 	                AM-228-01	 176656	 P103	 T	    6-9:50PM                                                     placement	in	RD-115.
                 	                 LOCKWOOD	               $268	 $20	     $40	  $328                            BA-120	      PROJECT	TEAM	TOOLS,	3	CREDITS
                 AM-244	          ADVANCED	ELECTRICAL	&	FUEL	SYSTEMS,	7	CREDITS                                 Use project management tools to perform needs analysis, negoti-
                 A continuation of AM-129 and AM-243. In-depth study of systems                                 ating/contracting for goals and resources, work/task breakdown,
                 that affect engine performance and information on computerized                                 project flowchart and schedule, resource allocation, time estimates,
                 diagnostic equipment, including diagnosis and repair of accessory                              critical path, budgeting, contingency planning, project monitoring
                 and restraint systems.                                                                         and reporting.
                 	                AM-244-01	     176657	 B114	        WTH	        7:30-2:50PM                       	        BA-120-01	      174460	 ONLINE	        TBA	      TBA
                 	                 LEUCK	                             $469	       $35	      $70	        $574    	             PHILLIPS	                             $201	     $15	         $40	       $256
                                  Prerequisites:	AM-129	&	AM-243.                                                             Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	sherylp@
                 AM-250	          HIGH	PERFORMANCE	ENGINES	I,	3	CREDITS                                                       clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2663.
                 Covers history and operation of internal combustion engines. In-                               BA-124	      NEGOTIATION:	PROJECT	MANAGEMENT,	3	CREDITS
                 troduction to building and performance requirement for engines                                 Focuses on the basic principles of negotiation. Techniques and
                 designed for street, high performance and racing.                                              elements of negotiation are stressed. Students work alone and in
                 	                AM-250-01	 176658	 B109	 MT	   7-9:50PM                                       groups to practice and demonstrate negotiation skills.
                 	                 USHER	                  $201	 $15	     $30	                          $246    HYB	         BA-124-01	 174461	 M229	               TH	       6:30-9:20PM
                 AM-280	          AUTO	MECHANICS/CWE,	1-6V	CREDITS                                              	             CHRISTENSEN	                          $201	     $15	      $0	           $216
                                                                                                                              Hybrid	class.	Orientation:	4/2,	6-7:50pm.	Meets:	4/2,	4/9,	4/16,	4/30,	5/07,
                 Work-based learning experience in the field of auto mechanics.                                               5/21,	5/28,	&	6/11	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	kathc@clackamas.edu	or	
                 	                AM-280-01	 176659	 JOBSITE	                                                                 503-657-6958	x5275.
                 	                 MILLER/LEUCK	              $402	               $30	      $15	       $447V
                                  Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                 BA-126	      PROJECT	MANAGEMENT:	WORKSHOP,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                                A hands-on, interactive project management simulation. Student
                                                                                                                teams will address weekly topics in the progression of managing the
                 Business                                                                                       project and submit a report summarizing the project experience in-
                                                                                                                cluded in the student portfolio.
                 BA-101	          INTRODUCTION	TO	BUSINESS,	4	CREDITS
                 Introduction to the American business system including business or-                            HYB	         BA-126-01	 174462	 M229	               TH	       6:30-9:20PM
                 ganization, accounting, finance, marketing, and management.                                    	             CHRISTENSEN	                          $201	     $15	      $0	           $216
                                                                                                                              Hybrid	class.	Orientation:	4/2,	8-9:20pm.Meets:	4/2,	4/23,	5/14,	&	6/4	plus
                 	                BA-101-01	     174434	 M254	        MW	         8-9:50AM                                    online	hours.	Contact:	kathc@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5275.	
                 	                 HATFIELD	                          $268	       $20	     $0	          $288                  Prerequisite:	Pass	BA-120,	BA-122,	BA-123	&	BA-125.
                                  Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                                                                                                                BA-131	      INTRODUCTION	TO	BUSINESS	COMPUTING,	4	CREDITS
                 	                BA-101-02	     174435	 M229	        MW	         10-11:50AM                    Use and application of Microsoft Office. Use Word, Excel, Access,
                 	                 HATFIELD	                          $268	       $20	     $0	          $288    and PowerPoint to create business documents. Internet features,
                                  Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                                                                                                                multi-tasking, and file management. Designed for business majors.
                 	                BA-101-03	 174436	 M229	            MW	         12-1:50PM                     	            BA-131-01	      174463	 M132	          MW	       10-11:50AM
                 	                 EICHENBERGER	                      $268	       $20	     $0	          $288    	             PARKER	                               $268	     $20	     $20	           $308
                                  Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                                                                                                                              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.	Prerequisite:	Pass	
                 	                BA-101-04	 174437	 M229	            TTH	        10-11:50AM                                  BT-120	or	instructor	consent.
                 	                 EICHENBERGER	                      $268	       $20	     $0	          $288    	            BA-131-02	      174464	 M130	          T	        6-9:50PM
                                  Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                                                                                                                	             MEYERS	                               $268	     $20	     $20	           $308
                      	           BA-101-05	     174439	 ONLINE	      TBA	        TBA                                         Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.	Prerequisite:	Pass	
                 	                 HARTMAN	                           $268	       $20	      $40	        $328                  BT-120	or	instructor	consent.
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	gretah@         	        BA-131-03	      174465	 ONLINE	        TBA	      TBA
                                  clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2041.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	             	             PATRICK	                              $268	     $20	         $40	       $328
                                  placement	in	RD-115.                                                                        Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	tanyap@
                 BA-104	          BUSINESS	MATH,	3	CREDITS                                                                    clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2426.	Student	must	have	the	following	
                 Math skills applicable to the business environment. Mark-up, mark-                                           equipment	and	software:	personal	computer	with	MS	Windows	XP	operating	
                 down, simple interest, present value, stocks, bonds, mutuals, and                                            system,	MS	Office	2007	Professional,	internet	account	including	email,	and	
                 credit cards. Introduces accounting topics such as depreciation, fi-                                         access	to	WWW	(DSL	or	cable	connection	recommended).	Recommended:	
                 nancial statements, and ratios.                                                                              Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BT-120	or	instruc-
                      	           BA-104-01	     174440	 ONLINE	      TBA	        TBA                                         tor	consent.
                 	                 KESTEK	                            $201	       $15	      $40	        $256
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	donnak@
                                  clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5106.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-050	or	
                                  place	into	higher	level	math	class.




                 ✔	       Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.        HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                          campus, other off campus                                                 course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                          location                            Distance Learning:
                                                              Correspondence-                 TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 140.
                          Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                        department first class
                          see page 14.

            26   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


BA-161	      PURCHASING	II,	3	CREDITS                                                           	        BA-212-03	      174491	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA
Covers more advanced purchasing concepts and techniques, such                               	             GRIMALDI	                           $268	      $20	        $40	      $328




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as win-win negotiations, total cost management, supplier manage-                                          Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	hugog@
ment, continuous quality improvement, value analysis and value                                            clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2151.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BA-211.
engineering, and inventory management.                                                      BA-213	      DECISION	MAKING	WITH	ACCOUNTING	INFORMATION,		
    	        BA-161-01	      174475	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA                            	            4	CREDITS
	             WATERS	                             $201	      $15	       $40	       $256     Accounting for manufacturing operations, cost systems, capital bud-
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	billw@      geting, variances and budget performance reports, job order, process,
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5062.	Required:	Instructor	consent.	Pre-       flow, and standard costing. Presentation and interpretation of ac-
              requisite:	Pass	BA-160	or	instructor	consent.
                                                                                            counting data to aid decisions.
BA-162	      PROCUREMENT	FOR	MANAGERS,	3	CREDITS                                            	            BA-213-01	      174492	 M229	        MW	        8-9:50AM
Addresses the manager’s role in procurement including selection of                          	             GRIMALDI	                           $268	      $20	     $5	          $293
contract types, corporate team agreements, proposal solicitation,                                         Prerequisite:	Pass	BA-212.
source selection, contract awards, contract administration, and                             	            BA-213-02	      174493	 M229	        M	         6-9:50PM
close-out of project procurements.                                                          	             LEONG	                              $268	      $20	     $5	          $293
    	        BA-162-01	      174480	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA                                          Prerequisite:	Pass	BA-212.
	             STAFF	                              $201	      $15	       $40	       $256         	        BA-213-03	      174494	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	kathc@      	             RYAN	                               $268	      $20	        $40	      $328
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5275.                                                        Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	joanr@
BA-205	      SOLVING	COMMUNICATION	PROBLEMS	WITH		                                                        clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2363.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BA-212.
	            TECHNOLOGY,	4	CREDITS                                                          BA-217	      BUDGETING	FOR	MANAGERS,	3	CREDITS
Skills and technology needed to communicate effectively. Organize                           Budgeting vocabulary, finance, record keeping, cash management,
and present business information electronically, including data col-                        cash budgeting, and capital budgeting. Recommended that student
lection, correspondence, business reporting, business presentations,                        has prior course work and/or experience in accounting or work-
and corporate communications.                                                               related budgeting.
	            BA-205-01	 174482	 M252	             TTH	       1-2:50PM                       	            BA-217-01	      174496	 M253	        MW	        12-1:20PM
	             CHRISTENSEN	                        $268	      $20	     $10	         $298     	             RYAN	                               $201	      $15	     $0	          $216
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.	Prerequisite:	Pass	                        Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
              BA-131	&	WR-121.                                                                  	        BA-217-02	      174497	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA
    	        BA-205-02	 174483	 ONLINE	           TBA	       TBA                            	             RYAN	                               $201	      $15	        $40	      $256
	             CHRISTENSEN	                        $268	      $20	       $40	       $328                   Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	joanr@
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	kathc@                    clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2363.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5275.	Required:	Access	to	MS	Office	2007	                    placement	in	RD-115.
              Professional.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.	Prereq-
              uisite:	Pass	BA-131	&	WR-121.                                                 BA-218	      PERSONAL	FINANCE,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                            Goal setting, budgeting, use of credit, personal financial statements,
BA-206	      MANAGEMENT	FUNDAMENTALS,	4	CREDITS                                             consumer spending and saving, investment options, risk manage-
Concepts and theories of management with focus on planning,                                 ment, and estate and tax planning. Financial planning tools and
organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling. Organizational                            practical self-assessment.
structures, planning principles, and international management tech-                         	            BA-218-01	      174498	 M254	        MW	        1-2:20PM
niques.
                                                                                            	             PARKER	                             $201	      $15	     $0	          $216
    	        BA-206-01	      174484	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA                                          Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
	             PARKER	                             $268	      $20	       $40	       $328         	        BA-218-02	      174499	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	sharonp@
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2585.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
                                                                                            	             PARKER	                             $201	      $15	        $40	      $256
                                                                                                          Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	sharonp@
              placement	in	RD-115.
                                                                                                          clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2585.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
BA-211	      FINANCIAL	ACCOUNTING	I,	4	CREDITS                                                            placement	in	RD-115.
Basic principles of accounting cycle for service and merchandising                          BA-223	      PRINCIPLES	OF	MARKETING,	4	CREDITS
companies, journals, ledgers, accounting for cash, end-of-period op-                        Survey and application of marketing principles and vocabulary in
erations, worksheets, entries, and financial statements. Emphasis on                        profit and non-profit organizations. Product planning, distribution,
procedure and theory.                                                                       promotion, price, and customer service are analyzed and applied.
	            BA-211-01	 174486	 M252	             MW	        8-9:50AM
                                                                                                	        BA-223-01	      174500	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA
	             STEKELBERG	                         $268	      $20	     $5	          $293
                                                                                            	             HATFIELD	                           $268	      $20	        $40	      $328
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                                                                                                          Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	daleh@
	            BA-211-02	 174487	 M254	             TTH	       10-11:50AM                                   clackamas.edu	or	call	503-657-6958	x2361.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	
	             STEKELBERG	                         $268	      $20	     $5	          $293                   or	placement	in	RD-115.
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                                                                                            BA-224	      HUMAN	RESOURCE	MANAGEMENT,	4	CREDITS
    	        BA-211-03	      174488	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA
                                                                                            Traditional, current, and emerging personnel practices. Practical and
	             GRIMALDI	                           $268	      $20	       $40	       $328
                                                                                            realistic approach to human resource management, employee wel-
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	hugog@
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2151.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
                                                                                            fare, working conditions, selection and placement, personnel func-
              placement	in	RD-115.                                                          tions, and the responsibilities of the personnel director.
                                                                                                	        BA-224-01	      174502	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA
BA-212	      FINANCIAL	ACCOUNTING	II,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                            	             WATERS	                             $268	      $20	        $40	      $328
Principles and practices in service and merchandising corporations,                                       Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	billw@
cash controls, receivables, assets, short-term and long-term liabili-                                     clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5062.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
ties, debt, and financial statements. Corporate analysis of financial                                     placement	in	RD-115.
position including the cash flow statement.
	            BA-212-01	 174489	 M252	             MW	        10-11:50AM
	             STEKELBERG	                         $268	      $20	     $5	          $293
              Prerequisite:	Pass	BA-211.
	            BA-212-02	 174490	 M254	             TTH	       8-9:50AM
	             STEKELBERG	                         $268	      $20	     $5	          $293
              Prerequisite:	Pass	BA-211.
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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


                 Business, continued                                                                                BA-251	      SUPERVISORY	MANAGEMENT,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                                    Role and responsibilities of the first-line supervisor or manager.
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                 BA-225	          BUSINESS	REPORT	WRITING,	3	CREDITS                                                Analyzing business, dealing with change, staffing and scheduling,
                 Focuses on the skills and techniques required to write and produce                                 leadership, decision-making and motivational skills, and managing
                 professional business reports including research, writing, formatting,                             teams.
                 and presentation.                                                                                      	        BA-251-01	      174526	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA
                 HYB	             BA-225-01	 174503	 M252	             M	        6:30-9:20PM                        	             RYAN	                               $201	      $15	       $40	        $256
                 	                 CHRISTENSEN	                        $201	     $15	      $10	         $226                      Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	joanr@
                                  Hybrid	class.	Meets:	3/30,	4/20,	5/11,	&	6/1	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	                       clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2363.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
                                  kathc@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5275.	Prerequisites:	Pass	WR-121	                          placement	in	RD-115.
                                  &	pass	BA-205	or	instructor	consent.                                              BA-261	      CONSUMER	BEHAVIOR,	4	CREDITS
                 BA-226	          BUSINESS	LAW	I,	4	CREDITS                                                         Consumer behavior and its application to marketing strategies.
                 Concepts, principles, and rules of law applicable to business transac-                             Concepts and models of the consumer decision-making process,
                 tions. Emphasis on constitution, courts, business crimes, torts, and                               personal and interpersonal factors, and their impact on consumer
                 consumer contract law.                                                                             decisions.
                 	                BA-226-01	     174505	 M253	         MW	       10-11:50AM                         	            BA-261-01	      174527	 M252	        TTH	       8-9:50AM
                 	                 MOISO	                              $268	     $20	     $0	           $288        	             HATFIELD	                           $268	      $20	     $0	           $288
                                  Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.                                                Prerequisite:	Pass	BA-101.
                 	                BA-226-02	     174506	 M253	         TTH	      10-11:50AM                             	        BA-261-02	      174528	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA
                 	                 RYAN	                               $268	     $20	     $0	           $288        	             HATFIELD	                           $268	      $20	       $40	        $328
                                  Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.                                                Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	daleh@
                      	           BA-226-03	     174507	 ONLINE	       TBA	      TBA                                              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2361.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BA-101.
                 	                 HERNDON	                            $268	     $20	        $40	       $328        BA-268	      APPLIED	PROJECT	DEMONSTRATION,	6	CREDITS
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:		               This course emphasizes the demonstration of practical project man-
                                  rherndon@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2125.	Recommended:	Pass	                  agement skills, including the scope, control and analysis of profes-
                                  RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.                                                    sional field applications with an organization, vendor, or service
                 BA-227	          BUSINESS	LAW	II,	4	CREDITS                                                        provider. Students will prepare and submit evidence of skill applica-
                 Emphasis on real and personal property, negotiable instruments,                                    tion in a planned and monitored project environment.
                 insurance, documents of title, secured transaction, bailments, com-                                    	        BA-268-01	 174529	 ONLINE	           TBA	       TBA
                 mercial paper, agency, bankruptcy, suretyship, bulk sales, and estate                              	             CHRISTENSEN	                        $402	      $30	       $40	        $472
                 planning.                                                                                                        Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	kathc@
                      	           BA-227-01	     174508	 ONLINE	       TBA	      TBA                                              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5275.	Required:	Instructor	consent.
                 	                 HERNDON	                            $268	     $20	        $40	       $328        BA-280	      BUSINESS/CWE,	3-6V	CREDITS
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:		               Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in a business
                                  rherndon@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2125.	Prerequisite:	Pass		                related to the student’s major course of study. Under supervision of
                                  BA-226.                                                                           instructor and employer.
                 BA-238	          SALES,	4	CREDITS                                                                  	            BA-280-01	 174530	 JOBSITE	 TBA	                TBA
                 Focus on professional selling principles and techniques as applied                                 	             MIDDENDORFF	               $402	               $30	       $15	       $447V
                 both in business and interpersonal settings.                                                                     Contact:	Carol	Middendorff	at	carolm@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	
                 	                BA-238-01	     178405	 M252	         TTH	      10-11:50AM                                       x2412.	Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                 	                 HATFIELD	                           $268	     $20	     $0	           $288        	            BA-280-02	      174533	 JOBSITE	 TBA	           TBA
                                  Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.                                  	             GRIMALDI	                       $402	          $30	       $15	       $447V
                 BA-248	          AUDITING,	3	CREDITS                                                                             Contact:	Hugo	Grimaldi	at	hugog@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2151.
                 Auditing standards and procedures by CPAs in the examination and                                                 Restricted:	Accounting	students	only.	Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	
                                                                                                                                  seminar.
                 issuance of audit reports. Generally accepted auditing standards and
                 conceptual framework necessary for collection of evidence and                                      	            BA-280-03	 174532	 JOBSITE	 TBA	                TBA
                 assessment of risk.                                                                                	             CHRISTENSEN	               $402	               $30	       $15	       $447V
                                                                                                                                  Contact:	Kathy	Christensen	at	kathc@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	
                 HYB	             BA-248-01	     174510	 M229	         T	        6-8:50PM                                         x5275.	Restricted:	Project	Management	students	only.	Required:	Instructor	
                 	                 GRIMALDI	                           $201	     $15	     $5	           $221                      consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                                  Hybrid	class.	Meets:	3/31,	4/14,	4/28,	5/12,	&	5/26	plus	online	hours.	
                                  Contact:	hugog@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2151.	Prerequisite:	                BA-285	      HUMAN	RELATIONS	IN	BUSINESS,	4	CREDITS
                                  Pass	BA-213.                                                                      Basic psychology and human relations techniques in building better
                 BA-249	          RETAILING,	3	CREDITS                                                              employer/employee relationships. Interpersonal relations both on
                 Provides an understanding of the types of businesses, strategies, op-                              the job and in everyday life.
                 erations, formats, and environments through which retailing is car-                                	            BA-285-01	 174537	 M229	             TTH	       8-9:50AM
                 ried out. Takes a multi-disciplinary approach to consider the process                              	             CHRISTENSEN	                        $268	      $20	     $0	           $288
                 and structure of retailing.                                                                                      Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                      	           BA-249-01	     174511	 ONLINE	       TBA	      TBA                                    	        BA-285-02	      174538	 ONLINE	      TBA	       TBA
                 	                 ROY	                                $201	     $15	        $40	       $256        	             HARTMAN	                            $268	      $20	       $40	        $328
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	royg@                         Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	gretah@
                                  clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5352.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	                               clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2041.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
                                  placement	in	RD-115.                                                                            placement	in	RD-115.




                 ✔	       Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.         HYB Classroom/online               V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                          campus, other off campus                                                  course-see page 15.               cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                          location                            Distance Learning:
                                                              Correspondence-                  TBA To be arranged: contact        NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 140.
                          Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                         department first class
                          see page 14.

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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                                                            SBM-006	 SMALL	BUSINESS	FINANCE,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                       If you could benefit from a review of (or intro to) financial basics in




                                                                                                                                                                                    Course Listing
For more information on these classes or other questions regarding your                a non-threatening atmosphere with other small business owners,
small business needs, contact the Business Development Center at                       this class is for you. Topics include business planning, financial pro-
503-594-0738. Website: www.bizcenter.org/clackamas                                     jections & budgeting, cash flow, funding options.
                                                                                       ✔	           SBM-006-17	 178287	 OIT157	           S	        9-11:50AM
SBM-006	 GOING	INTO	BUSINESS,	0	CREDIT                                                 	             POWELL	                              $0	       $0	      $30	           $30
Find out what it takes to start up and successfully operate your own                                 Meets:	4/4.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
business. Assess whether business ownership is the right path for
                                                                                       SBM-006	 SMALL	BUSINESS	RECORDKEEPING,	0	CREDIT
you. An introduction to small business resources.
                                                                                       Find out basic recordkeeping and tax requirements for your busi-
✔	           SBM-006-01	 177305	 OIT157	        TH	       6:30-9:20PM                  ness. Assess various options for tracking income and expenses; how
	             WILLE	                            $0	       $0	       $0	         $0     to select accounting and tax professionals so you don’t have prob-
              Meets:	4/9.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                       lems with the IRS later.
✔	           SBM-006-02	 177306	 OIT157	        S	        9-11:50AM
                                                                                       ✔	           SBM-006-20	 177318	 OIT157	           S	        9-2:50PM
	             WILLE	                            $0	       $0	      $0	          $0
              Meets:	5/9.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                       	             WEESNER	                             $0	       $0	      $45	           $45
                                                                                                     Meets:	4/25.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
✔	           SBM-006-03	 177307	 OIT157	        TH	       6:30-9:20PM
	             WILLE	                            $0	       $0	       $0	         $0     SBM-006	 SIMPLE	START,	0	CREDIT
              Meets:	6/11.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                      Find out how to use Simple Start, simple bookkeeping software from
                                                                                       the makers of QuickBooks. Get hands-on experience in setting up
SBM-006	 NAVIGATING	A	RECESSION,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                       and managing bookkeeping in your sole proprietorship with this
A recession represents change, not crisis. Too, a recession is the best
                                                                                       simple, quick, entry-level accounting software.
time to grow the smaller venture. This seminar describes the 6 ac-
tions needed to successfully navigate the recession and position the                   ✔	           SBM-006-21	 177319	 OIT154	           W	        6-8:50PM
venture for growth and prosperity.                                                     	             WEESNER	                             $0	       $0	      $30	           $30
                                                                                                     Meets:	4/1.	Class	fee	includes	the	Simple	Start	software.	Required:	
✔	           SBM-006-10	 177311	 OIT157	        TH	       1-3:00PM                                   Familiarity	with	computers	and	Windows.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	             JONES	                            $0	       $0	      $30	        $30
              Meets:	5/21.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                       SBM-006	 qUICKBOOKS	PRO:	BEGINNING,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                       Find out how to set up your books right the first time, using Quick-
SBM-006	 FINANCIAL	DIAGNOSIS,	0	CREDIT                                                 Books Pro or Premier. If you are new to QuickBooks or have little
Find out how to unlock and understand the secrets that financial                       bookkeeping experience, this class will get you started. Topics in-
statements can tell you about the financial health of your business.                   clude how to navigate in QuickBooks, how to enter your sales and
Also find out how to generate financial projections, crucial informa-                  pay your bills.
tion for anyone seeking financing.                                                     ✔	           SBM-006-22	 177320	 OIT154	           W	        6-8:50PM
✔	           SBM-006-11	 177312	 OIT157	        M	        3-5:50PM                     	             WEESNER	                             $0	       $0	      $95	           $95
	             CARROLL	                          $0	       $0	      $30	        $30                   Meets:	4/22	-	5/13.	Required:	Familiarity	with	computers	&	Windows.	
              Meets:	5/11.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                    At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
SBM-006	 MARKETING	YOUR	WEB	SITE,	0	CREDIT                                             SBM-006	 qUICKBOOKS	PRO:	NEXT	STEP,	0	CREDIT
The Internet can be a powerful tool for small business success and                     In this continuation class, you will find out about QuickBooks Pro
growth. This class will help you understand more about the Web                         and Premier built-in features that help you understand your finan-
and how to use it effectively to promote your products and services.                   cial data to make better management decisions. Topics include how
✔	           SBM-006-13	 177314	 OIT157	        TH	       6:30-9:20PM                  to create and customize a company in QuickBooks, how to run and
	             PATTON	                           $0	       $0	       $30	       $30     read profit & loss statements.
              Meets:	5/14.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                      ✔	           SBM-006-23	 177321	 OIT154	           W	        6-8:50PM
SBM-006	 CUSTOMER	SERVICE,	0	CREDIT                                                    	             WEESNER	                             $0	       $0	      $85	           $85
Customer service is a powerful competitive tool which can be used                                    Meets:	5/20	-	6/3.	Required:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	
to create stronger market position and increase sales through cus-                                   completion	of	QuickBooks	Pro:	Beginning,	or	instructor	consent.	
                                                                                                     At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
tomer retention and referral. Overview of customer-driven quality,
measuring customer satisfaction and the cost of customer dissatis-                     SBM-006	 qUICKBOOKS	BASICS	FOR	MANAGERS,	0	CREDIT
faction.                                                                               For small business owners/managers who need to know how to use
✔	           SBM-006-14	 177315	 OIT157	        TH	       1-3:50PM                     QuickBooks Pro/Premier managerial functions, including: custom-
	             SHEA	                             $0	       $0	      $30	        $30     izing reports and graphs; the basic time tracking feature; job costing
              Meets:	4/23.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                      features; setting up and maintaining users and passwords.
                                                                                       ✔	           SBM-006-24	 177322	 OIT154	           T	        1-3:50PM
SBM-006	 HIGH	IMPACT	MARKETING,	0	CREDIT
Fast-paced class surveying variety of businesses and how they in-                      	             WEESNER	                             $0	       $0	      $60	           $60
                                                                                                     Meets:	5/12	&	5/19.	Required:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	comple-
creased revenue thru effective marketing. Emphasis on differentiat-                                  tion	of	QuickBooks	Pro:	Beginning,	or	instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	
ing your product/service from the competition while on a tight bud-                                  Campus.
get. Leave with a proven process for developing your own unique
marketing strategy.                                                                    SBM-006	 qUICKBOOKS	PAYROLL,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                       This introductory class is intended for people who want basic infor-
✔	           SBM-006-15	 177316	 OIT157	        TH	       6:30-9:20PM
	             WILLE	                            $0	       $0	       $30	       $30     mation on how to set up and manage payroll for a small business.
              Meets:	4/30.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                      Each student will use an established set of “company books” and
                                                                                       will set up company payroll information, produce paychecks and
SBM-006	 MORE	PROFIT?	MORE	SALES!,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                       complete monthly federal and state employee reports.
How do you increase sales when selling is something you have never
done before? This class covers the basics, from identifying your mar-                  ✔	           SBM-006-25	 177323	 OIT154	           T	        6-8:50PM
                                                                                       	             WEESNER	                             $0	       $0	      $60	           $60
ket, to low-cost sales techniques, to building and sustaining your                                   Meets:	6/2	&	6/9.	Required:	Familiarity	with	computers	&	QuickBooks	
own unique sales process.                                                                            knowledge/experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
✔	           SBM-006-16	 177317	 OIT157	        TH	       6:30-9:20PM
	             WILLE	                            $0	       $0	       $30	       $30
              Meets:	5/21.	At	CCC	Harmony	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


                 Business Development Center, continued                                                  SBM-006	 GOOGLE	ANALYTICS	FOR	SMALL	BIZ,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                                         Google Analytics is one of the most powerful website performance
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                 SBM-006	 PREPARING	FOR	THE	CCB	EXAM,	0	CREDIT                                           systems available today. Web site owners gain access to an incredible
                 This class will prepare students to qualify for and successfully pass                   volume of information about site visitors & their behavior.
                 the Construction Contractors Board (CCB) exam required for con-                         ✔	           SBM-006-46	 178241	 OIT157	            T	        1-3:50PM
                 tractor certification in Oregon. The class is taught by a certified CCB                 	             PATTON	                               $0	       $0	      $30	           $30
                 education provider and fulfills the CCB pre-exam educational re-                                      Meets:	4/7.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 quirement. Fee includes all course materials.                                           SBM-020	 GREENHOUSE,	0	CREDIT
                 ✔	           SBM-006-30	 177324	 OIT157	         F	        6:30-9:30PM                  Comprehensive training program designed to assist entrepreneurs
                 	            	            	      OIT157	         S	        9-4:50PM                     to plan their business start-up & develop existing businesses, make
                 	              VAN	FLEET	                        $0	       $0	       $325	      $325    them more profitable & create jobs. Fee covers both terms plus class
                               Meets:	4/10,	4/11	&	4/18.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                          materials. Call 503-594-0738 for more information.
                 ✔	           SBM-006-31	 177325	 OIT157	         F	        6:30-9:30PM                  ✔	           SBM-020-01	 177508	 OIT157	            T	        7-9:50PM
                 	            	            	      OIT157	         S	        9-4:50PM                     	             SHEA	                                 $0	       $0	      $425	         $425
                 	              VAN	FLEET	                        $0	       $0	       $325	      $325                  1st	term	of	a	2-term	class.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                               Meets:	5/15,	5/16	&	5/23.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 SBM-006	 BLOGGING	FOR	BIZ	W/	WORDPRESS,	0	CREDIT
                 Wordpress is an open-source (free) software system that provides
                                                                                                         Business Technology
                                                                                                         BT-101	      INTRODUCTION	TO	ONLINE	LEARNING,	1	CREDIT
                 unparalleled customization and functionality in developing a blog
                                                                                                         This is an introductory course for students who are new to web-
                 site. Small businesses may consider a blog-based site as their primary
                                                                                                         based courses. The course will include online course fundamentals,
                 website, or a blog can be free online additional exposure. Blogs may
                                                                                                         internet fundamentals, technical requirements, e-mail techniques,
                 be easily updated by site owners with no knowledge of website de-
                                                                                                         and tips for success in online courses.
                 sign. (One-half of class will be spent in computer lab.)
                                                                                                              	       BT-101-01	      174550	 ONLINE	        TBA	      TBA
                 ✔	           SBM-006-40	 177326	 OIT157	         TH	       6:30-9:20PM
                                                                                                         	             PARKER	                               $67	      $5	         $35	       $107
                 	             PATTON	                            $0	       $0	       $60	        $60                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	sharonp@
                               Meets:	4/16	&	4/23.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                                                       clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2585.
                 SBM-006	 GOOGLE	ADWORDS	FOR	SMALL	BIZ,	0	CREDIT                                         BT-105	      COMPUTERIZED	ACCOUNTING,	3	CREDITS
                 Adwords is Google’s pay-per-click advertising system. Participants                      Hands-on experience using integrated accounting software. Cur-
                 can place paid ads on Google search results and on the Google Net-                      rently using QuickBooks. Emphasis on performing general ledger,
                 work of content sites. Adwords can be an excellent way to actively                      accounts receivable, and accounts payable functions.
                 market a website on the Internet. (One-half of class time will be
                 spent in computer lab.)                                                                 HYB	         BT-105-01	      174551	 M132	          W	        6-8:50PM
                                                                                                         	             RYAN	                                 $201	     $15	     $20	          $236
                 ✔	           SBM-006-41	 177327	 OIT157	         T	        1-3:50PM                                   Hybrid	class.	Meets:	4/1,	4/15,	4/29,	5/13,	5/27,	&	6/10	plus	online	hours.	
                 	             PATTON	                            $0	       $0	      $30	         $30                  Contact:	joanr@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2363.	Prerequisite:	Pass	
                               Meets:	4/14.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                     BA-211	or	pass	BA-111.
                 SBM-006	 iGOOGLE	FOR	SMALL	BUSINESS,	0	CREDIT                                                	       BT-105-02	      178402	 ONLINE	        TBA	      TBA
                 iGoogle is the name for Google’s highly-functional home page sys-                       	             RYAN	                                 $201	     $15	        $40	       $256
                 tem. It is effective in organizing multiple information streams for                                   Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	joanr@
                 small business use, including receiving site-based news or commen-                                    clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2363.	Students	must	have	access	to	
                 tary feeds, utilizing maps and other industry-specific information                                    Quickbooks	2008.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BA-211	or	pass	BA-111.
                 streams. (One-half of class time will be spent in computer lab.)                        BT-120	      PERSONAL	KEYBOARDING,	2	CREDITS
                 ✔	           SBM-006-42	 177328	 OIT157	         T	        1-3:50PM                     Basic instruction on electronic alphanumeric keyboard. Provides
                 	             PATTON	                            $0	       $0	      $30	         $30    practice for speed and accuracy with individual program. Students
                               Meets:	4/21.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                       will develop the necessary skills to effectively use the Internet, use
                 SBM-006	 GOOGLE	ADSENSE	FOR	SMALL	BIZ,	0	CREDIT                                         e-mail, and create simple documents.
                 Adsense is Google’s revenue-sharing advertising program. Google                         	            BT-120-01	      174553	 M130	          MW	       10-10:50AM
                 pays website owners for clicks from Google ads placed on the own-                       	             KESTEK	                               $134	     $10	     $10	          $154
                 er’s site. Depending on site traffic, this can be an effective way to                                 Required:	1	hr/wk	lab	time	in	M133.
                 start an additional income stream for a small business. (One-half of                    	            BT-120-02	      174554	 M130	          MW	       11-11:50AM
                 class time will be spent in computer lab.)                                              	             KESTEK	                               $134	     $10	     $10	          $154
                 ✔	           SBM-006-43	 177329	 OIT157	         T	        1-3:50PM                                   Required:	1	hr/wk	lab	time	in	M133.
                 	             PATTON	                            $0	       $0	      $30	         $30    BT-122	      KEYBOARDING	SKILLBUILDING,	2	CREDITS
                               Meets:	4/28.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                       Designed to improve typing proficiency using microcomputers.
                 SBM-006	 GOOGLE	CALENDAR	FOR	SMALL	BIZ,	0	CREDIT                                        Students will refine and further develop speed and accuracy skills
                 Google Calendar is a high-powered, user friendly, web-based cal-                        learned in BT-120 Personal Keyboarding.
                 endar system (which means it can be accessed from virtually any-                        	            BT-122-01	      178403	 M130	          MW	       10-10:50AM
                 where). The calendar is easy to embed in a website and is compatible                    	             KESTEK	                               $134	     $10	     $10	          $154
                 with Outlook, iCal and other popular calendar systems. (One-half of                                   Required:	1	hr/wk	lab	time	in	M133.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BT-120	or	instructor	
                 class time will be spent in computer lab.)                                                            consent.
                 ✔	           SBM-006-44	 177330	 OIT157	         T	        1-3:50PM                     	            BT-122-02	      178404	 M130	          MW	       11-11:50AM
                 	             PATTON	                            $0	       $0	      $30	         $30    	             KESTEK	                               $134	     $10	     $10	          $154
                               Meets:	5/5.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                      Required:	1	hr/wk	lab	time	in	M133.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BT-120	or	instructor	
                                                                                                                       consent.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.    HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                              course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-             TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                    department first class
                      see page 14.

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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-124	      BUSINESS	EDITING	I,	3	CREDITS                                                  BT-216	      OFFICE	PROCEDURES,	4	CREDITS
Course builds communication skills through study of correct usage                           Presents critical thinking, problem solving, and collaborative learn-




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of grammar, spelling, vocabulary usages, effective writing, and edit-                       ing; skills and knowledge are applied to business office operations,
ing principles.                                                                             including communications, technology, records management, work
    	        BT-124-01	      174573	 ONLINE	      TBA	      TBA                             environment, travel, mail, and career planning.
	             PATRICK	                            $201	     $15	        $40	       $256         	        BT-216-01	      174602	 ONLINE	       TBA	       TBA
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	tanyap@     	             SEAMAN	                              $268	      $20	        $40	       $328
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2426.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	                           Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	lynns@
              placement	in	RD-115.                                                                        clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2136.	Recommended:	Placement	in	RD-
BT-125	      BUSINESS	EDITING	II,	3	CREDITS                                                               115.	Prerequisites:	BT-160	or	instructor	consent.
Course follows BT-124 and will continue to build communication                              BT-220I	     DESKTOP	PUBLISHING	INDESIGN,	3	CREDITS
skills by studying correct grammar, spelling, punctuation, vocabu-                          Introduction to electronic page layout and production using Adobe
lary usage, and writing principles.                                                         InDesign. Covers fundamental program functions and techniques
    	        BT-125-01	      174575	 ONLINE	      TBA	      TBA                             for working with text and graphics to create professional-looking
	             PATRICK	                            $201	     $15	        $40	       $256     business publications.
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	tanyap@     HYB	         BT-220I-01	     174604	 M130	         TH	        6-7:20PM
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2426.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BT-124	with	a	        	             PARKER	                              $201	      $15	     $20	          $236
              “C”	or	better.                                                                              Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Thursday	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	sharonp@
                                                                                                          clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2585.	Required:	1	hr/wk	lab	in	M133.	
BT-160	      WORD	I,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                          Prerequisite:	Pass	BA-131	or	pass	CS-121,	or	instructor	consent.
Create and print a variety of business documents. Formatting skills
include changing margins, indenting text, manipulating tabs, super/                         BT-262	      INTEGRATED	PROJECTS,	4	CREDITS
subscript text, and creating section/page breaks. Enhance documents                         Advanced level Microsoft Word uses desktop publishing attributes in
using special features. Introduction to Internet.                                           creating business forms, such as letterhead, fill-in forms, templates,
    	        BT-160-01	      174577	 ONLINE	      TBA	      TBA                             brochures and flyers. Advanced formatting features and functions.
	             PATRICK	                            $201	     $15	        $40	       $256     File management. Introduction to voice recognition and working
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	tanyap@     with Acrobat forms and documents.
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2426.	Required:	Access	to	MS	Word	             HYB	         BT-262-01	      174605	 M132	         TH	        6-8:50PM
              2007.	Recommended:	35	wpm	typing	skill.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BT-120	or	         	             PATRICK	                             $268	      $15	     $20	          $303
              instructor	consent.                                                                         Hybrid	class.	Meets:	4/2,	4/16,	4/30,	5/14,	&	5/28	plus	online	hours.	
                                                                                                          Contact:	tanyap@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2426.	Required:	
BT-161	      WORD	II,	3	CREDITS                                                                           2	hrs/wk	lab	in	M133.	Recommended:	45	wpm	typing	skill.	Prerequisite:	
Create, customize, and print a variety of business documents, such                                        Pass	BT-161.
as merging letters and mailing labels, and creating forms and ad-
vanced tables. Formatting and special features. Internet usage in-
cludes downloading text and clip art.                                                       Career Planning
    	        BT-161-01	      174589	 ONLINE	      TBA	      TBA                             HD-140	      CAREER	EXPLORATION,	1	CREDIT
	             PATRICK	                            $201	     $15	        $40	       $256     Students use information about themselves (values, interest, person-
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	tanyap@     ality and skills) and information about the world of work (careers
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2426.	Required:	Access	to	MS	Word	             and industries) to make long term career decisions.
              2007.	Recommended:	40	wpm	typing	skill.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BT-160.
                                                                                            	            HD-140-02	 176500	 TBA	               F	         6-8:50PM
BT-170	      ACCESS,	3	CREDITS                                                              	            	           	      TBA	               S	         9-4:50PM
Study and application of Microsoft Access involving database cre-                           	              BLESSMAN	                           $67	       $5	      $10	               $82
ation, queries, forms, and reports. Business applications include per-                                    Meets:	5/15	&	5/16.	Contact:	davidb@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	
forming calculations on databases, adding graphics, creating mul-                                         x2267.
tiple forms enhanced with Internet hyperlink, and composing text.                           HD-140	      CAREER	EXPLORATION,	3	CREDITS
HYB	         BT-170-01	      174595	 M132	        T	        6-8:50PM                        Students use information about themselves (values, interest, person-
	             PATRICK	                            $201	     $15	     $20	          $236     ality and skills), and information about the world of work (careers
              Hybrid	class.	Meets:	3/31,	4/14,	4/28,	5/12,	&	5/26	plus	online	hours.	       and industries) to make long term career decisions.
              Contact:	tanyap@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2426.	Required:	2	hrs/
              wk	lab	in	M133.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BT-120	or	instructor	consent.                  	        HD-140-01	      176499	 ONLINE	
                                                                                            	             SEEMANN	                             $201	      $15	        $45	       $261
BT-173	      INTRODUCTION	TO	MS	POWERPOINT,	2	CREDITS                                                     Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	
Fundamentals in learning and using Microsoft’s presentation graph-                                        robs@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5342.
ics program to present data and information.
                                                                                            HD-141	      CAREER	ADVANCEMENT,	1	CREDIT
    	        BT-173-01	      174597	 ONLINE	      TBA	      TBA
                                                                                            Students gather and use information about their current skills, em-
	             PATRICK	                            $134	     $10	        $40	       $184
                                                                                            ployer, and industry to create career advancement opportunities,
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	tanyap@
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2426.	Required:	Access	to	MS	Power-
                                                                                            identify strategies that increase employment stability, and examine
              Point	2007.                                                                   issues that impact successful career pathways.
                                                                                                	        HD-141-01	      176502	 ONLINE	
BT-199	      ESSENTIALS	OF	PERSONAL	FINANCE,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                            	             SEEMANN	                             $67	       $5	         $35	       $107
Introductory class offers practical and responsible approach to man-                                      Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	
aging credit, savings and investments, and planning for a secure                                          robs@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5342.
future. Intended for college students.
	            BT-199-05	  178918	 M229	            TTH	      3-4:50PM                        HD-209	      JOB	SEARCH	SKILLS,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                            Use a job search plan to conduct labor market research, develop job
	             GRIFFITHS/WATERS	                   $0	       $0	      $0	             $0
              Meets:	4/21-5/7.
                                                                                            search networking relationships, and to prepare and present applica-
                                                                                            tions, cover letters, resumes, interviews, and thank you notes.
                                                                                                	        HD-209-01	      176504	 ONLINE	
                                                                                            	             SEEMANN	                             $67	       $5	         $35	       $107
                                                                                                          Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	
                                                                                                          robs@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5342.




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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



                 Career Planning: Life & Career Options                                                     HD-006	      JOB	SEARCH	PLANS	&	STRATEGIES,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                                            Create a job search plan using strategies provided.
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                 BRI-090	     BRIDGES,	3	CREDITS                                                            	            HD-006-05	      179047	 M130	        W	        3-3:50PM
                 The Bridges Program is designed to assist young adults (17-23) in                          	             STAFF	                              $0	       $0	      $0	             $0
                 successfully transitioning to higher education through providing                                         Contact:	503-657-6958	x2409	for	more	information	or	to	reserve	a	space.	
                 awareness of educational options and resources; overcoming bar-                                          Meets:	Weekly.
                 riers; exploring attitudes, abilities and interests; goal setting; and                     HD-006	      PREPARE	FOR	AN	INTERVIEW,	0	CREDIT
                 presenting opportunities to aid students in college success therefore                      Covers basics of preparing for interviewing including: researching
                 enabling them to take full advantage of options that will positively                       the company, materials to take, how to dress, preparing for ques-
                 shape their future.                                                                        tions, questions to ask, references and thank you notes.
                 	            BRI-090-01	     179309	 F117	         TTH	      11:30-12:50PM                 	            HD-006-02	      179043	 M130	        W	        4-4:50PM
                 	             NIELSON	                             $0	       $0	       $50	        $50     	             STAFF	                              $0	       $0	      $0	             $0
                               Restricted:	Bridges	program	students.	Required:	Instructor	consent.		                      Contact:	503-657-6958	x2409	for	more	information	or	to	reserve	a	space.	
                               Contact:		LisaN@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2104.	Prerequisites:	GED	                   Meets:	Alternates	weekly	with	Interview	Practice	workshop.
                               or	High	School	Diploma	and/or	instructor	consent.	                           HD-006	      RESUME/COVER	LETTERS,	0	CREDIT
                 HD-202	      LIFE	TRANSITIONS,	3	CREDITS                                                   Presents the basics and provides assistance in creation of a resume
                 Examines process and stages of life transitions. Helps re-entry adults                     and cover letter.
                 identify personal strengths and barriers related to success in educa-                      	            HD-006-01	      179041	 M130	        TH	       3-4:50PM
                 tion and employment. Offers opportunities to practice interpersonal                        	             STAFF	                              $0	       $0	      $0	             $0
                 skills. Provides information about CCC campus and community re-                                          Contact:	503-657-6958	x2409	for	more	information	or	to	reserve	a	space.	
                 sources which can assist students in reaching their goals.                                               Meets:	Weekly.
                 	            HD-202-01	 177245	 M257	              TH	       9-11:50AM
                 	             ZINGARELLI	                          $0	       $0	
                               Part	of	Life	&	Career	Options.	Corequisite:	HD-208-01.
                                                                                       $25	         $25
                                                                                                            Clinical Lab Assistant
                 	            HD-202-02	 177246	 M257	              T	        5:40-8:30PM                   The CCC Clinical Laboratory Assistant program is a three-term program of
                 	             ZINGARELLI	                          $0	       $0	       $25	        $25     48 credits which prepares graduates for entry level practice in the labora-
                               Part	of	Life	&	Career	Options.	Corequisite:	HD-208-02.                       tory setting.
                 HD-208	      CAREER	&	LIFE	PLANNING,	3	CREDITS                                             CLA-103	     CLINICAL	LABORATORY	ASSISTANT	SKILLS,	4	CREDITS
                 Helps re-entry adults identify interests, abilities, values, and trans-                    Continuation of CLA-102. Focuses on clinical chemistry, immunol-
                 ferable skills and apply this information to goal setting and career                       ogy, and microbiology.
                 decisions. Students identify and explore options for training, educa-                      ✔	           CLA-103-01	 176914	 H320	            TTH	      1:30-2:50PM
                 tion, and employment. Covers job search skills such as interviewing,
                                                                                                            	            	           	       H360	            TTH	      3-4:20PM
                 resume writing, and developing a career portfolio. Each student de-
                                                                                                            	              WAND	                              $268	     $20	      $75	        $363
                 velops an action plan identifying goals and next steps.
                                                                                                                          Required:	Instructor	consent.	Prerequisite:	Pass	CLA-102.	At	CCC	Harmony	
                 	            HD-208-01	      177247	 M257	         T	        9-11:50AM                                   Campus.
                 	             SIMS	                                $0	       $0	      $25	         $25
                               Part	of	Life	&	Career	Options.	Corequisite:	HD-202-01.                       CLA-120	     PHLEBOTOMY/LAB/PRACTICUM	II,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                                            Supervised unpaid assignment in area medical center laboratories to
                 	            HD-208-02	      177248	 M257	         TH	       5:40-8:30PM
                 	             SIMS	                                $0	       $0	       $25	        $25     gain practical experience.
                               Part	of	Life	&	Career	Options.	Corequisite:	HD-202-02.                       ✔	           CLA-120-01	 176915	 H320	            TH	       11-11:50AM
                                                                                                            	             WAND	                               $268	     $20	     $100	        $388

                 Career Planning: Workshops                                                                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	Prerequisite:	Pass	CLA-119.	At	CCC	Harmony	
                                                                                                                          Campus.
                 These FREE workshops are designed to assist with job search, understand-                   CLA-125	     INTRODUCTION	TO	CLINICAL	RESEARCH,	2	CREDITS
                 ing personal skills, creating a plan and career pathway, and developing                    Overview of research as applied through clinical studies. Includes
                 resumes and cover letters. In addition to the workshops listed below, other                the elements of proper research techniques as conducted under the
                 workshops begin throughout the term. Workshops begin the week of Spring                    supervision of a physician or Ph.D.
                 break (March 23-27). For more information about the workshops contact                      ✔	           CLA-125-01	 176916	 H320	            T	        6:30-8:20PM
                 503-657-6958 ext.2409.                                                                     	             GRANT	                              $134	     $10	      $20	        $164
                                                                                                                          At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 HD-006	      CHANGING	CAREER	DIRECTIONS,	0	CREDIT
                 Use online resources for assessing skills and interests.
                 	            HD-006-04	      179046	 M130	         T	        3-4:50PM                      College Success
                 	             STAFF	                               $0	       $0	      $0	            $0    See also Human Development & Leadership for related classes.
                               Contact:	503-657-6958	x2409	for	more	information	or	to	reserve	a	space.	
                               Meets:	Weekly.                                                               EL-103	      TAKING	EFFECTIVE	NOTES,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                            Designed to help students develop effective note taking skills. Sev-
                 HD-006	      INTERVIEW	PRACTICE,	0	CREDIT                                                  eral note taking systems are introduced and practiced.
                 Real questions, real answers, real feedback.
                                                                                                            	            EL-103-01	      176298	 D104	        F	        6-8:50PM
                 	            HD-006-03	      179049	 M130	         W	        4-4:50PM
                 	             STAFF	                               $0	       $0	      $0	            $0    	            	               	       D104	        S	        9-4:50PM
                               Contact:	503-657-6958	x2409	for	more	information	or	to	reserve	a	space.	     	              STAFF	                             $67	      $5	      $15	          $87
                               Meets:	Alternates	weekly	with	Prepare	for	an	Interview	workshop.	                          Meets:	04/17	&	04/18.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.       HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                 course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                       department first class
                      see page 14.

            32   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


EL-111	      COLLEGE	STUDY	SKILLS,	3	CREDITS                                                    HD-146	      VALUES	CLARIFICATION,	1	CREDIT
Emphasizes time management, listening/notetaking, testing skills/                               Helps students examine beliefs, attitudes, and values behind deci-




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anxiety, library resources, learning styles, study/reading textbooks,                           sions and actions. The student will examine whether behavior
concentration.                                                                                  matches stated beliefs, evaluate the consequences of choices, and
	            EL-111-01	      176299	 D135	         TTH	       12-1:20PM                         focus on clarifying a personal value system.
	             MARKS	                               $201	      $15	     $15	          $231       	            HD-146-02	      177235	 RR205	        F	         6-8:50PM
              Prerequisite:	Placement	in	RD-090.                                                	            	               	       RR205	        S	         9-4:50PM
    	        EL-111-03	      176300	 ONLINE	                                                    	              TEETOR	                             $67	       $5	      $5	                $77
	             MARKS	                               $201	      $15	        $35	       $251                     Meets:	4/24	&	4/25.
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	brendai@             	       HD-146-01	      177234	 ONLINE	
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2515.	Prerequisite:	Placement	in	RD-090.           	             MARTINEZ	                            $67	       $5	         $40	       $112
HD-100	      COLLEGE	SURVIVAL,	1	CREDIT                                                                       Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	
Covers various topics supporting student success and retention.                                               lupem@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2717.
Small group discussion and information-sharing class for students                               HD-147	      DECISION	MAKING,	1	CREDIT
with disabilities.                                                                              Develop and improve your process for making satisfying choices.
	            HD-100-02	      177224	 M257	         W	         11:30-12:20PM                     The basics of decision making, and processes for making personal,
	             PACHECO	                             $0	        $0	       $0	                $0   social, and work choices are included. Use this class for your current
              Recommended	for	students	with	disabilities.                                       decision needs.
HD-101	      SERVICE	LEARNING	EXPERIENCE	I,	1	CREDIT                                                 	       HD-147-02	      177236	 ONLINE	
Provides students with service learning experience in a community                               	             MARTINEZ	                            $67	       $5	         $35	       $107
setting. Students complete 22 hours of volunteer work and partici-                                            Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	
pate in seminars. Provides information, skill building, reflection and                                        lupem@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2717.
assessment methods.                                                                             HD-148	      DEALING	WITH	DEPRESSION,	1	CREDIT
	            HD-101-01	      177225	 CC152	        TBA	       TBA                               Introduction to causal theories, symptoms, treatment and preven-
	             BROWN	                               $0	        $0	         $0	             $0    tive methods for depression, a common mood disorder. Provides an
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                     opportunity to understand the impact of depression on the lives of
HD-102	      SERVICE	LEARNING	EXPERIENCE	II,	2-6V	CREDITS                                       those affected.
Provides students with a service learning experience in a community                             	            HD-148-01	      177237	 RR205	        F	         6-8:50PM
setting. Students complete 60-180 hours per term of volunteer work                              	            	               	       RR205	        S	         9-4:50PM
and participate in seminars. A continuation of HD-101.                                          	              CONE	                               $67	       $5	      $5	                $77
	            HD-102-01	      177226	 CC152	        TBA	       TBA                                             Meets:	4/17	&	4/18.
	             BROWN	                               $0	        $0	         $0	             $0    HD-153	      MANAGING	CONFLICT	IN	YOUR	LIFE,	1	CREDIT
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Recommended:	Pass	HD-101.                           Introduction to managing conflict in a positive way. Examine per-
HD-120	      COLLEGE	SUCCESS,	1	CREDIT                                                          sonal beliefs about conflict and become more effective in solving
Provides strategies for creating college success including understand-                          problems.
ing self-management, increasing motivation, meaningful goal set-                                	            HD-153-01	 177239	 RR205	             F	         6-8:50PM
ting, controlling personal time and energy, effective study habits,                             	            	            	     RR205	             S	         9-4:50PM
and use of on-and off-campus resources.                                                         	              GONZALEZ-REYES	                     $67	       $5	      $5	                $77
	            HD-120-02	      177228	 M257	         F	         6-8:50PM                                        Meets:	5/8	&	5/9.
	            	               	       M257	         S	         9-4:50PM                          HD-154	      BUILDING	SELF-CONFIDENCE,	1	CREDIT
	              DAVIS	                              $67	       $5	      $0	                $72   Addresses elements forming and impacting self-confidence, includ-
              Meets:	4/24	&	4/25.                                                               ing dealing with fear, self esteem, personal power, and establishing
	            HD-120-05	      178993	 		            		         	                                 your center.
	             DAVIS	                               $0	        $0	         $0	              $0   	            HD-154-01	      177240	 RR205	        F	         6-8:50PM
              Meets:	3/31-4/16.	Required:	Instructor	consent.	Part	one	of	the	Spring	3	for	     	            	               	       RR205	        S	         9-4:50PM
              Free	class	sequence.                                                              	              DAVIS	                              $67	       $5	      $5	                $77
    	        HD-120-17	      177231	 ONLINE	                                                                  Meets:	5/29	&	5/30.
	             MARTINEZ	                            $67	       $5	         $35	       $107       HD-156	      CREATIVE	GOAL	SETTING,	1	CREDIT
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	         Use the creative process with a variety of media to define, clarify,
              lupem@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2717.                                        plan, and achieve personal or professional goals.
HD-121	      COLLEGE	SUCCESS	EXPANDED,	3	CREDITS                                                ✔	           HD-156-01	      177241	 OIT155	       F	         6-8:50PM
Provides advanced strategies for creating college success including                             	            	               	       OIT155	       S	         9-4:50PM
understanding motivation, exchange theory, taking personal re-                                  	              MALLATT	                            $67	       $5	      $10	               $82
sponsibility, learning style, goal setting, systems management, time                                          Meets:	5/22	&	5/23.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
management, effective study skills/habits/ planning, and the use of
                                                                                                HD-157	      PROCRASTINATION	&	TIME	MANAGEMENT,	1	CREDIT
on, and off-campus resources.
                                                                                                Provides students the opportunity to study their procrastination
	            HD-121-01	 177232	 R219	 TTH	                    9-10:20AM
                                                                                                habits and time management patterns. Course focuses on compo-
	             PFEIFER	                $201	                   $15	     $10	          $226       nents of time organization, choices re: procrastination, and methods
HD-145	      STRESS	MANAGEMENT,	1	CREDIT                                                        to improve overall use of time.
Identifies specific personal stressors, and focus on developing skills                               	       HD-157-01	 177242	 ONLINE	
that enable students to deal more effectively with stress.                                      	             HOLLATZ-WISELY	                      $67	       $5	         $40	       $112
	            HD-145-01	 177233	 RR205	             F	         6-8:50PM                                        Distance	Learning:	Online.	Meets:	4/27-5/29.	Orientation:	http://
	            	            	     RR205	             S	         9-4:50PM                                        dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	cherylhw@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	
	              HOLLATZ-WISELY	                     $67	       $5	      $5	                $77                 x2861.
              Meets:	5/1	&	5/2.




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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


                 College Success, continued
                                                                                                              Collision Repair/Refinishing
Course Listing




                 HD-158	          MANAGING	CHANGE,	1	CREDIT                                                   Must have ANSI approved eye protection first day and comply with college
                 Designed to enhance each student’s knowledge and understanding                               safety policy/welding prerequisites.
                 about transition and change in their own life and others around                              AB-009	      BASIC	METAL	FORMING,	3.3	CEU	
                 them.                                                                                        This course offers training in skills needed for the restoration indus-
                 ✔	               HD-158-01	     177243	 OIT155	     F	        6-8:50PM                       try. Build auto body and motorcycle parts, using English wheel and
                 	                	              	       OIT155	     S	        9-4:50PM                       other metal shaping tools and techniques.
                 	                  MALLATT	                         $67	      $5	      $5	            $77    	            AB-009-02	 174977	 B156	 T	    6:30-9:20PM
                                  Meets:	6/5	&	6/6.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                    	             WALTON	                 $0	   $0	       $200	                          $200
                 HD-159	          SURVIVING	LOSS/REDISCOVER	JOY,	1	CREDIT                                     AB-009	      STREET	ROD	CONSTRUCTION,	6.6	CEU	
                 Helps students understand the human experience of loss. Teaches                              Bring your own project and get hands-on instruction in rust repair,
                 the elements of bereavement, the stages of grief, as well as identifies                      body work, welding, painting and more.
                 different ways to cope.                                                                      	            AB-009-01	 174976	 B166	 THF	                  6:30-9:20PM
                 	                HD-159-01	     178449	 RR205	      F	        6-8:50PM                       	             DAVIS	                  $0	                   $0	       $301	          $301
                 	                	              	       RR205	      S	        9-4:50PM                       AB-101	      AUTO	RESTORATION,	3	CREDITS
                 	                  SEEMANN	                         $67	      $5	      $10	           $82    Designed for students who want to do body and paint repair on
                                  Meets:	5/15	&	5/16.
                                                                                                              their own vehicles. Covers all phases of repair, including dent re-
                 HD-161	          MULTICULTURAL	AWARENESS,	1	CREDIT                                           moval, panel replacement, welding and painting.
                 Introduction of the complexities of multicultural issues and how                             	            AB-101-01	 174985	 B166	             S	        8-7:50PM
                 they influence one another in everyday life.                                                 	             PETERSON	                           $201	     $15	     $115	           $331
                 	                HD-161-01	     178414	 M257	       F	        6-8:50PM                                     Class	begins	on	4/4	and	meets	on	alternate	Saturdays.
                 	                	              	       M257	       S	        9-4:50PM                       	            AB-101-02	      174986	 B156	        S	        8-7:50PM
                 	                  DAVIS	                           $67	      $5	      $5	            $77    	             NESBITT	                            $201	     $15	     $115	           $331
                                  Meets:	5/15	&	5/16.                                                                       Class	begins	on	4/11	and	meets	on	alternate	Saturdays.
                 HD-162	          MEDITATION	&	RELAXATION,	1	CREDIT                                           	            AB-101-03	 174987	 B164	 MW	    6:30-9:20PM
                 Meditation techniques such as breathing awareness, progressive re-                           	             WALTON	                 $201	  $15	      $115	                         $331
                 laxation, and visualization will be discussed and practiced. Theories                        AB-112	      COLLISION	REPAIR	WELDING	I,	2	CREDITS
                 and approaches to the importance of meditation are discussed.                                Focuses on auto collision damage repair. Emphasis on MIG welding
                 NEW	             HD-162-01	 178422	 M257	 T	   12-12:50PM                                    on light gauge metals, oxy-acetylene cutting and forming.
                 	                 MALLATT	                $67	 $5	      $0	                           $72    	            AB-112-01	 176623	 T165	 F	    7:30-12:20PM
                 HD-199	          INTERCULTURAL	DIALOGUE,	3	CREDITS                                           	             MOLATORE	               $134	 $10	      $70	 $214
                 This course is designed to give students a practical application of                          AB-113	      COLLISION	REPAIR	I/NONSTRUCTURAL,	1-12V	CREDITS
                 intercultural conversations. Students will lead small conversation                           Metal finishing with instruction in dent repair and plastic body
                 groups of adult English as a Second Language learners on the Clack-                          filler. Includes shop safety, service of doors, door components, glass,
                 amas Community College campus.                                                               bumpers, hoods, deck lids and wind/water leaks.
                 NEW	             HD-199-01	 178298	 R220	 TTH	  10:30-11:50AM                                	            AB-113-01	      174995	 B156	        WTH	      7:30-6:20PM
                 	                 PACHECO	                $201	 $15	      $0	                        $216    	             AUSTEN	                             $804	     $60	      $120	         $984V
                 LIB-101	         INTRO	TO	LIBRARY	RESEARCH,	1	CREDIT                                                       Required:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	completion	of	AB-112.
                 Trains students in the use of a variety of print and electronic infor-                       AB-123	      COLLISION	REPAIR	WELDING	II,	2	CREDITS
                 mation resources, search tools, and source citation. Excellent prepa-                        Training in light gauge metal repair, GMAW, Plasma Arc Cutting
                 ration for term papers and other research assignments.                                       (PAC), Squeeze-Type Resistance Spot Welding (S-TRSW), and other
                 	                LIB-101-01	    178767	 D112	       MW	       1-3:50PM                       advanced welding techniques specific to collision damage repair.
                 	                 HALLIDAY	                         $0	       $0	      $5	             $5    	            AB-123-01	 176624	 T165	             F	        7:30-12:20PM
                                  Meets:	4/6,	4/8,	4/13,	&	4/15.	Recommended:	Pass	CS-090	or	equivalent	      	             MOLATORE	                           $134	     $10	      $70	           $214
                                  experience.                                                                               Prerequisite:	AB-112.
                 	                LIB-101-05	    178920	 M229	       TTH	      3-4:20PM
                                                                                                              AB-133	      COLLISION	REPAIR	II/STRUCTURAL,	1-12V	CREDITS
                 	                 MACKEY	                           $0	       $0	      $0	             $0    Major body damage repairs using modern & conventional frame re-
                                  Meets:	5/12-6/4.
                                                                                                              pair equipment. Replacement of fixed glass, welded body panels and
                 	                LIB-101-02	    178768	 D112	       TTH	      6-8:50PM                       parts. Includes intro to uni-body repair & estimating.
                 	                 HALLIDAY	                         $0	       $0	      $5	             $5
                                  Meets:	4/21,	4/23,	4/28,	&	4/30.	Recomended:	Pass	CS-090	or	equivalent	
                                                                                                              	            AB-133-01	      176626	 B156	        WTH	      7:30-6:20PM
                                  experience.                                                                 	             AUSTEN	                             $804	     $60	      $120	         $984V
                      	           LIB-101-03	    178769	 ONLINE	                                                            Required:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	completion	of	AB-113	&	AB-
                                                                                                                            123.
                 	                 HALLIDAY	                         $0	       $0	         $5	          $5
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Contact:	karenhal@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-      AB-211	      COLLISION	REPAIR/ELECTRICAL,	7	CREDITS
                                  6958	x2493.	Recommended:	Pass	CS-090	or	equivalent	experience.              Develops entry level skills in testing, diagnosing and repairing
                                                                                                              chassis wiring systems relating to automotive collision damage.
                                                                                                              Includes advanced electrical diagnosis and repair, passive/non-
                                                                                                              passive restraint systems, such as seat belt restraints, air bags and
                                                                                                              impact sensor units.
                                                                                                              	            AB-211-01	      178615	 B114	        MT	       7:30-2:50PM
                                                                                                              	             MAYLONE	                            $469	     $35	      $70	           $574




                 ✔	       Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.      HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                          campus, other off campus                                               course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                          location                            Distance Learning:
                                                              Correspondence-               TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 140.
                          Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                      department first class
                          see page 14.

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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


AB-222	
	
             COLLISION	REPAIR	III/ADVANCED	STRUCTURAL,	
             1-12V	CREDITS                                                                   Computer-Aided Drafting Technology:
                                                                                             Autodesk Training Center & CAD




                                                                                                                                                                                      Course Listing
Major auto body repair: Dents, bolt-on parts replacement, replace-
ment of welded body panels and parts, unibody and conventional
frame repair, and flexible bumper repair.
	            AB-222-01	      176627	 B156	        WTH	        7:30-6:20PM                    Training
	             AUSTEN	                             $804	       $60	      $120	       $984V    These day and evening courses (prefix “CAD”) are designed for persons
              Prerequisites:	AB-133	&	AB-211.                                                currently working in the drafting, design, engineering, or related fields who
AB-224	      ADVANCED	COLLISION	REPAIR	IV,	1-12V	CREDITS                                     wish to acquire or upgrade CAD skills. Some courses are offered for persons
Advanced frame repair and advanced unibody repair. Advanced                                  who have an interest in learning more about specific software and graphics
electronic frame measuring and aluminum welding.                                             technologies. Call 503-657-6958, ext. 2379 for more information.
	            AB-224-01	      176628	 B156	        WTH	        7:30-6:20PM
                                                                                             CAD-009	 AUTOCAD	UPDATE,	0.8	CEU	
	             AUSTEN	                             $804	       $60	      $120	       $984V
              Prerequisite:	AB-222.                                                          AutoCAD provides a host of new productivity controls, improved
                                                                                             user interface features and increased performance.
AB-235	      COLLISION	REPAIR	WELDING	III,	2	CREDITS                                         	            CAD-009-01	 177951	 B274	           F	        8-4:50PM
Focuses on aluminum welding for collision damage repair. GMAW                                	             RICHARD	                           $0	       $0	      $295	        $295
and GTAW processes are covered along with related weld repair                                              Meets:	4/3.
techniques and equipment and safety procedures.
	            AB-235-01	 176629	 T165	             F	          7:30-12:20PM                   CAD-141	 AUTOCAD	LT	LEVEL	I,	3	CREDITS
	             MOLATORE	                           $134	       $10	      $70	         $214
                                                                                             AutoCAD LT user interface, drawing setup parameters, coordinate
              Prerequisite:	AB-123.                                                          entry, 2D geometric entities, line types, object snaps, selection sets,
                                                                                             display control functions, text creation, 2D editing commands, in-
AB-280	      COLLISION	REPAIR/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                              quiry commands, layers and basic dimensioning.
Work-based learning experience in a collision repair shop.                                       	        CAD-141-20	 176660	 ONLINE	
	            AB-280-01	 176631	 JOBSITE	                                                     	             RICHARD	                           $0	       $0	        $545	      $545
	             MILLER/LEUCK/LOCKWOOD	     $402	                $30	      $15	        $447V                  Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	prichard@clackamas.edu	or	
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                                503-657-6958	x2795.
ABR-125	 COLLISION	REPAIR	REFINISHING	I,	1-12V	CREDITS                                       CAD-142	 AUTOCAD	LT	LEVEL	II,	3	CREDITS
Includes shop safety, fire prevention, selection and use of paint                            Covers advanced features of AutoCAD LT and includes dimension-
products, abrasives, fillers, basic application of top coats, primers                        ing techniques and styles, creating and managing symbols, external-
and sealers.                                                                                 ly referenced files and blocked attibutes, multi-view paper space lay-
	            ABR-125-01	 176632	 B156	            MT	         7:30-6:20PM                    out, 3D drafting options, customized menus, and Internet utilities.
	             BRADLEY	                            $804	       $60	      $120	       $984V        	        CAD-142-20	 176661	 ONLINE	
              Required:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	completion	of	AB-112.            	             RICHARD	                           $0	       $0	        $545	      $545
ABR-127	 COLLISION	REPAIR/REFINISHING	II,	1-12V	CREDITS                                                    Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	prichard@clackamas.edu	or	
Application of urethane top coats. Includes complete refinishing,                                          503-657-6958	x2795.	Recommended:	CAD-141.
spot painting, color matching & problem solving. Introduction to                             CAD-151	 AUTOCAD	LEVEL	I,	3	CREDITS
computer color information retrieval and mixing.                                             Introduction to AutoCAD basics including drawing setup, coordi-
	            ABR-127-01	 176633	 B156	            MT	         7:30-6:20PM                    nate entry methods, 2D drawing and editing, object snaps, polar
	             BRADLEY	                            $804	       $60	      $120	       $984V    tracking, text management, display control, utilizing layers and ba-
              Prerequisite:	ABR-125.                                                         sic plotting techniques.
ABR-129	 COLLISION	REPAIR/REFINISHING	III,	1-12V	CREDITS                                     	            CAD-151-01	 176662	 B277	           FS	       8-4:50PM
Application of urethane enamel, urethane base coat/clear coat and                            	             RICHARD	                           $0	       $0	      $510	        $510
tri-coat/pearl finishes. Includes complete refinishing, spot and panel                                     Meets:	4/17,	4/18,	4/24,	&	4/25.	Recommended:	Working	knowledge	of	
painting, color matching, and problem solving.                                                             Windows.
	            ABR-129-01	 176634	 B156	            MT	         7:30-6:20PM                    	            CAD-151-02	 176663	 B277	           MTWTH	 6-9:50PM
	             BRADLEY	                            $804	       $60	      $120	       $984V    	             O’DAY	                             $0	    $0	      $510	           $510
              Prerequisite:	ABR-127.                                                                       Meets:	3/30-4/9.	Recommended:	Working	knowledge	of	Windows.
                                                                                                 	        CAD-151-20	 176664	 ONLINE	
ABR-152	 CUSTOM	PAINTING	FUNDAMENTALS,	2	CREDITS
                                                                                             	             RICHARD	                           $0	       $0	        $545	      $545
Custom color application and special effects. Theory and practical
                                                                                                           Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	prichard@clackamas.edu	or	
application of personal protection, shop safety and fire prevention,                                       503-547-6958	x2795.	Recommended:	Working	knowledge	of	Windows.
environmental concerns and hazardous waste disposal methods, etc.
                                                                                             CAD-152	 AUTOCAD	LEVEL	II,	3	CREDITS
	        ABR-152-01	 176635	 B156	 TH	   6-9:50PM
	         BRADLEY	                 $134	 $10	     $60	                               $204    Advanced AutoCAD features including drawing & editing complex
                                                                                             lines, dimensioning techniques, hatching, creating blocks & symbol
ABR-180	 COLLISION	REFINISHING/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                             libraries, managing block attributes, working with external refer-
Work-based learning experience in an auto refinishing shop.                                  ences (xrefs).
	            ABR-180-01	 176636	 JOBSITE	 TBA	                TBA                            	            CAD-152-01	 176665	 B277	           FS	       8-4:50PM
	             MILLER	                     $402	               $30	      $15	        $447V    	             RICHARD	                           $0	       $0	      $510	        $510
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                                Meets:	5/1,	5/2,	5/8	&	5/9.	Recommended:	CAD-151.
ABR-225	 PRODUCTION	SHOP	TECHNIqUES,	1-10V	CREDITS                                           	            CAD-152-02	 176666	 B277	           MTWTH	 6-9:50PM
Designed for students who wish to gain additional hands-on experi-                           	             O’DAY	                             $0	    $0	      $510	           $510
ence in refinishing, using the most up-to-date methods and materi-                                         Meets:	4/13-4/23.	Recommended:	CAD-151.
als.                                                                                             	        CAD-152-20	 176667	 ONLINE	
	            ABR-225-01	 176637	 B156	            MT	         7:30-5:50PM                    	             RICHARD	                           $0	       $0	        $545	      $545
	             BRADLEY	                            $670	       $50	      $100	       $820V                  Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	prichard@clackamas.edu	or	
              Prerequisites:	ABR-125,	ABR-127	&	ABR-129.                                                   503-657-6958	x2795.	Recommended:	CAD-151.
ABR-227	 RESTORATION	PRACTICES,	1-10V	CREDITS
Designed for students who wish to broaden their skills base in the
upper end refinish market. Projects will be more challenging, with
standards and expectations set higher.
	            ABR-227-01	 176638	 B156	            MT	         7:30-5:50PM
	             BRADLEY	                            $670	       $50	      $100	       $820V                                                                             Continued
              Prerequisites:	ABR-125,	ABR-127,	ABR-129	&	ABR-225.
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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



                 Computer-Aided Drafting Technology: Autodesk Training Center &                          Computer-Aided Drafting Technology
Course Listing




                 CAD Training, continued                                                                 These day and evening courses (prefix “CDT”) are requirements and options
                                                                                                         for an Associate of Applied Science degree in Computer-Aided Drafting Tech-
                 CAD-160	 REVIT	ARCHITECTURE,	3	CREDITS                                                  nology. All degree-seeking students should schedule an appointment with a
                 Introduction to the basic principals in Revit Architecture. Students                    faculty advisor. Call 503-657-6958, ext. 2379 for more information.
                 create floor plans using walls, doors, and windows; add furniture
                 fixtures, curtain walls, floors, ceiling grids, and generate elevations,                CDT-101	     DRAFTING	TECHNOLOGY	SURVEY,	1-3V	CREDITS
                 sections, details and schedules directly from the model.                                Course provides a detailed look at the field of Drafting Technology.
                                                                                                         It includes an examination of the different drafting disciplines and
                 	            CAD-160-01	 177952	 B277	           MTWTH	 6-9:50PM
                 	             O’DAY	                             $0	    $0	      $635	          $635    the companies, both locally and worldwide, that hire drafters.
                               Meets:	5/4-5/14.                                                          	            CDT-101-01	 176679	 B277	 MW	   8:30-11:20AM
                                                                                                         	             KEALA	                   $201	 $15	      $75	                     $291V
                 CAD-170	 INTRO	TO	VBA	PROGRAMMING,	1	CREDIT
                 Introduction to Visual Basics for Applications (VBA) programming                        CDT-102	     SKETCHING	&	PROBLEM	SOLVING,	1-3V	CREDITS
                 language for AutoCAD. VBA basics explained so students can pro-                         Covers freehand sketching encountered in drafting engineering
                 gram macros that create and modify AutoCAD entities, interact                           projects, as well as selecting views and implementing drafting stan-
                 with the user, select drawing objects and manage AutoCAD’s symbol                       dards. Includes dimensioning, lettering, section and auxiliary views,
                 tables.                                                                                 and problem solving in individual and group settings.
                 	            CAD-170-01	 176668	 B277	           FS	       8-4:50PM                     	            CDT-102-01	 176680	 P104	 TTH	  10-12:50PM
                 	             RICHARD	                           $0	       $0	      $495	       $495    	             WARD	                    $201	 $15	     $75	                      $291V
                               Meets:	5/15	&	5/16.                                                       	            CDT-102-02	 176681	 B274	 TTH	  7-9:50PM
                 CAD-171	 ADVANCED	VBA	PROGRAMMING,	1	CREDIT                                             	             HELBIG	                  $201	 $15	     $75	                      $291V
                 Advanced VBA programming techniques including how to manage                             CDT-103	     COMPUTER-AIDED	DRAFTING	I,	1-4V	CREDITS
                 blocks and attributes, work with xrefs, and plot drawings. Other top-                   Introduction to drafting applications using AutoCAD. Covers prob-
                 ics include how to create programs using VBA forms and share data                       lem solving, drawing layout, orthographic multi-view projection,
                 with other Microsoft applications using Active X/Automation.                            line types, geometric construction, and current drafting techniques.
                 	            CAD-171-01	 176669	 B277	           FS	       8-4:50PM                     Uses industry standards for CAD drawing, editing, file management,
                 	             RICHARD	                           $0	       $0	      $495	       $495    dimensions and notes.
                               Meets:	5/29	&	5/30.	Recommended:	CAD-170.                                 	            CDT-103-01	 176686	 B276	 MW	   1-4:50PM
                 CAD-220	 MICROSTATION	FOR	AUTOCAD	USER,	1	CREDIT                                        	             JONES	                   $268	 $20	     $100	 $388V
                 This course is designed for experienced AutoCAD users who want                          	            CDT-103-02	 176687	 B276	 MW	   6-9:50PM
                 to transition their current CAD skills and knowledge to MicroSta-                       	             RICHARD	                 $268	 $20	     $100	 $388V
                 tion. Various engineering disciplines are represented in the form of                    CDT-104	     PROFESSIONAL	COMPUTING	BASICS,	1-3V	CREDITS
                 hands-on exercises.                                                                     Professional computing techniques, fundamentals of comput-
                 	            CAD-220-01	 176670	 B276	           FS	       8-4:50PM                     ing equipment, specifications and terminology. Course covers the
                 	             KEALA	                             $0	       $0	      $495	       $495    Windows Operating System, Internet, email, web browsers, how to
                               Meets:	5/15	&	5/16.                                                       create and manage network file systems and prfessional technical
                 CAD-275	 AUTODESK	CIVIL	3D	FUNDAMENTALS,	2	CREDITS                                      documents.
                 Provides instruction in Autodesk Civil 3D to support civil engineer-                    	            CDT-104-01	 176692	 B277	 MW	   10-12:50PM
                 ing design projects. Includes civil design tasks such as creating site                  	             KEALA	                   $201	 $15	     $75	                      $291V
                 boundaries, surfaces, road alignments, profiles and sections, and                       CDT-105	     COMPUTER-AIDED	DRAFTING	II,	1-4V	CREDITS
                 volume calculations.                                                                    Create, modify and manage dimension styles for multiple industry
                 	            CAD-275-01	 176672	 B276	           FSSU	     8-4:50PM                     disciplines. Covers dimensioning with tolerances, scaled drawing
                 	             BUSH	                              $0	       $0	      $585	       $585    output to plotting device using paper space layouts and viewports.
                               Meets:	5/1,	5/2,	&	5/3.                                                   Also covers mechanical drawings, multi-view projection, and auxil-
                 CAD-293	 SOLIDWORKS,	3	CREDITS                                                          iary views.
                 This course is an introduction to the SolidWorks parametric me-                         	            CDT-105-01	 176693	 B276	           MW	       8:30-12:20PM
                 chanical design software. Students will design 3D solid parts, sheet                    	             JONES	                             $268	     $20	      $100	      $388V
                 metal parts and assemblies, and develop 2D documentation from                                         Recommended:	CDT-103.
                 them.                                                                                   	            CDT-105-02	 176694	 B276	           MW	       6-9:50PM
                 	            CAD-293-01	 177954	 B276	           FS	       8-4:50PM                     	             RICHARD	                           $268	     $20	     $100	       $388V
                 	             WARD	                              $0	       $0	      $635	       $635                  Recommended:	CDT-103.
                               Meets:	4/10,	4/11,	4/17,	&	4/18.                                          CDT-106	     APPLIED	DESCRIPTIVE	GEOMETRY,	1-3V	CREDITS
                 CAD-295	 AUTODESK	INVENTOR,	3	CREDITS                                                   Graphical solutions to imaginary and visualization problems. Ap-
                 Introduces parametric and adaptive modeling techniques using                            plies concepts of true length, true shape & point location to simplify
                 Autodesk Inventor. This course will guide students through design                       complex design problems.
                 environment setup, creation of simple and complex part geometry,                        	            CDT-106-01	 176695	 P104	           TTH	      7:30-10:20AM
                 assembly building, animation, and detailed 2D drawing output.                           	             WARD	                              $201	     $15	      $75	       $291V
                 	            CAD-295-01	 176673	 B276	           SSU	      8-4:50PM                                   Recommended:	CDT-103	&	MTH-050.
                 	             NORMAND	                           $0	       $0	      $635	       $635    	            CDT-106-02	 177955	 B274	           TTH	      5:30-8:20PM
                               Meets:	5/30,	5/31,	6/6,	&	6/7.	Recommended:	Windows	2000	and	Excel	       	             HELBIG	                            $201	     $15	      $75	       $291V
                               knowledge.                                                                              Recommended:	CDT-103	&	MTH-050.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.    HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                              course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-             TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                    department first class
                      see page 14.

            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


CDT-107	     COMPUTER-AIDED	DRAFTING	III,	1-4V	CREDITS                                  CDT-112	     RESIDENTIAL	PRINT	READING,	2	CREDITS
Create and manage symbols and utilize externally referenced draw-                       Read and interpret building construction drawings; identify con-




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ings. Attribute definition, editing, and management. Covers drawing                     struction terms and information useful for estimating and schedul-
thread representations, fasteners, springs, surface finishes, sections                  ing. Includes reading the major componenets of a typical set of
views, and welding symbols, as well as total drawing environment                        construction drawings, including symbols, schedules, sections and
management and editing.                                                                 detail interpretation.
	            CDT-107-01	 176697	 B276	          MW	       8:30-12:20PM                      	        CDT-112-20	 176710	 ONLINE	
	             JONES	                            $268	     $20	      $100	      $388V    	             HELBIG	                             $134	     $10	      $85	        $229
              Recommended:	CDT-105.                                                                   Distance	Learning:	Online.	Contact:	ronh@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	
	            CDT-107-02	 176698	 B276	          MW	       6-9:50PM                                    x2833.
	             RICHARD	                          $268	     $20	     $100	       $388V    CDT-201	     AUTOCAD	CUSTOMIZATION,	1-3V	CREDITS
              Recommended:	CDT-105.                                                     Covers techniques for customizing the AutoCAD interface and sup-
CDT-108	     CAD	3D,	1-3V	CREDITS                                                       port files. Includes adding command aliases, customizing menus
Construct 3D and solid models using 3D coordinates, user coordi-                        and tool palettes, creating command macros, custom linetypes and
nate systems, and standard editing commands. Create a rendered                          hatch patterns, writing script files, VisualLisp programs and VBA
scene of the 3D model with lighting and shading.                                        macros.
	            CDT-108-01	 176699	 B274	          MW	       1:30-4:20PM                   	            CDT-201-01	 176711	 B277	            MW	       1-3:50PM
	             KEALA	                            $201	     $15	      $75	       $291V    	             RICHARD	                            $201	     $15	     $75	        $291V
              Recommended:	CDT-103,	CDT-104	&	CDT-105.                                                Recommended:	CDT-103	&	CDT-105.
CDT-108A	 INTRODUCTION	TO	SOLIDWORKS,	1-3V	CREDITS                                      CDT-202	     ARCHITECTURAL	DRAFTING	I,	1-4V	CREDITS
This course is an introduction to the SolidWorks parametric me-                         An introductory course for residential design. Students develop a
chanical design software. Students will design 3D solid parts and as-                   construction drawing set for a one-story house that complies with
semblies, and develop 2D documentation from them.                                       current ORSC, Oregon Energy Code Path 1, and is suitable to obtain
	            CDT-108A-01	 177956	 B276	 TTH	  1-3:50PM                                  a building permit from local municipalities. Instruction emphasizes
	             WARD	                     $201	 $15	     $75	                    $291V    drafting standards comparable to practices employed by industry.
CDT-109	     PROJECT	DRAFTING	I,	1-5V	CREDITS                                           	            CDT-202-01	 176712	 B276	            TTH	      8-11:50AM
Course is designed to incorporate all the necessary detail and as-                      	             COOK	                               $268	     $20	     $100	       $388V
                                                                                                      Prerequisites:	CDT-105	&	MTH-050.
sembly drawings required to describe an industrial product. Special
emphasis is placed on the use of Machinery’s Handbook, ASME stan-                       CDT-203	     SHEET	METAL	DRAFTING,	1-3V	CREDITS
dards, vendor information, and other general references.                                Introduction to drawing HVAC plans, and the basics of pattern de-
	            CDT-109-01	 176702	 B277	          TTH	      7:30-12:20PM                  velopment, material bending, seams, and intersection of geometric
	             KORFHAGE	                         $335	     $25	      $125	      $485V    shapes used in the sheet metal fabrication industry.
              Recommended:	MTH-080.	Prerequisite:	CDT-105.                              	            CDT-203-01	 176718	 B277	            TTH	      9-11:50AM
	            CDT-109-02	 176703	 B274	          TTH	      5-9:50PM                      	             KORFHAGE	                           $201	     $15	     $75	        $291V
	             HELBIG	                           $335	     $25	     $125	       $485V                  Recommended:	CDT-106	&	MTH-050.	Prerequisite:	CDT-105.
              Recommended:	MTH-080.	Prerequisite:	CDT-105.                              	            CDT-203-02	 176719	 B274	            TTH	      6:30-9:20PM
CDT-109A	 PROJECT	DRAFTING	I	-	CAD/CAM,	1-2V	CREDITS                                    	             HELBIG	                             $201	     $15	      $75	       $291V
                                                                                                      Recommended:	CDT-106	&	MTH-050.	Prerequisite:	CDT-105.
Course is designed to incorporate the necessary detail and assembly
drawings required to describe industrial products. Special emphasis                     CDT-206	     CAD/CAM	INTEGRATION,	1-2V	CREDITS
is placed on use of Machinery’s Handbook, ASME standards, vendor                        Convert CAD drawings to computer numerical control (CNC)
information, and other general references.                                              machine code. Create tool paths and write code for machining me-
	            CDT-109A-01	 176704	 B277	         TTH	      7:30-9:20AM                   chanical parts. Includes machining projects developed using a vari-
	             KORFHAGE	                         $134	     $10	      $50	       $194V    ety of industry-standard software.
              Recommended:	CDT-105.                                                     	            CDT-206-01	 176720	 B158	            MW	       10-11:50AM
	            CDT-109A-02	 176705	 B274	         TTH	      5-6:50PM                      	             WARD	                               $134	     $10	     $50	        $194V
	             HELBIG	                           $134	     $10	     $50	        $194V                  Recommended:	CDT-105.
              Recommended:	CDT-105.                                                     CDT-207	     INTRODUCTION	TO	AUTOLISP,	1-3V	CREDITS
CDT-110	     KINEMATICS	DRAFTING,	1-3V	CREDITS                                          Introduction to AutoLISP programming language. Basics of AutoLISP
Introduces techniques required of drafters who work with machine                        are explained so students can create AutoLISP functions and pro-
designers. Covers symbols common to kinematics drafting. CAM                            gram files that automate repetitive or redundant tasks, define new
design, gears, and belt/chain drives presented.                                         AutoCAD commands and increase drafting productivity.
	            CDT-110-01	 176706	 B277	          TTH	      8-10:50AM                     	            CDT-207-01	 176721	 B277	            MW	       2-4:50PM
	             KORFHAGE	                         $201	     $15	     $75	        $291V    	             RICHARD	                            $201	     $15	     $75	        $291V
              Recommended:	CDT-106	&	MTH-080.	Prerequisite:	CDT-105.                                  Recommended:	CDT-201.
	            CDT-110-02	 176707	 B276	          TTH	      6-8:50PM                      CDT-209	     STRUCTURAL	DRAFTING	I,	1-3V	CREDITS
	             SOLL	                             $201	     $15	     $75	        $291V    Introducion to commercial construction methods. Students com-
              Recommended:	CDT-106	&	MTH-080.	Prerequisite:	CDT-105.                    plete detail drawings of timber, steel, concrete masonry units, tilt-up
CDT-111	     GEOMETRIC	DIMENSIONING	&	TOLERANCING,	                                     concrete panel, and fire resistive construction. Emphasizes analytical
	            1-3V	CREDITS                                                               interpretation of written assignments and drafting standards compa-
This course deals with basic geometric dimensioning and toleranc-                       rable to industry practices.
ing, GD&T methods as interpreted in the ASME Y14.5M-1994. Stu-                          	            CDT-209-01	 176723	 B274	            MW	       8-10:50AM
dents will learn to read and use geometric tolerancing symbolism                        	             KORFHAGE	                           $201	     $15	     $75	        $291V
and terms.                                                                                            Prerequisite:	CDT-105.
	            CDT-111-01	 176708	 B277	          TTH	      9:30-12:20PM
	             KORFHAGE	                         $201	     $15	      $75	       $291V
              Recommended:	CDT-101,	CDT-105	&	MTH-050.
	            CDT-111-02	 176709	 B276	          TTH	      5:30-8:20PM
	             SOLL	                             $201	     $15	      $75	       $291V
              Recommended:	CDT-101,	CDT-105	&	MTH-050.


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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


                 Computer-Aided Drafting Technology, continued                                             CDT-217	     INTRODUCTION	TO	REMODELING,	1-4V	CREDITS
                                                                                                           Introduction to residential remodeling. Students develop a construc-
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                 CDT-211	     CAD	TECHNICAL	COMMUNICATION,	1-3V	CREDITS                                    tion drawing set to remodel the one-story house they design in CDT-
                 Explores isometric drawing in AutoCAD. Creation of reports                                202 that satisfies a specific client’s requirements and budget. Project
                 with graphics utilizing a variety of software. Covers operation                           deadlines overlap to simulate a typical office environment.
                 manuals,use of graphics, tables, and imported images in construct-                        	            CDT-217-01	 176731	 B276	           MW	          8-11:50AM
                 ing a technical report. Construct a resume, cover letter, and portfo-                     	             COOK	                              $268	        $20	     $100	         $388V
                 lio.                                                                                                    Prerequisites:	CDT-202,	CDT-212A	&	CDT-212B.
                 	            CDT-211-01	 176724	 B274	           MW	       1-3:50PM                       CDT-219	     ARCHITECTURAL	DETAILING,	1-3V	CREDITS
                 	             KEALA	                             $201	     $15	     $75	        $291V     Students complete drawing assignments of typical residential con-
                               Prerequisites:	CDT-107,	CDT-108	&	WR-101.                                   struction details associated with foundation, wall, roof, and stair
                 CDT-212A	 ARCHITECTURAL	DRAFTING	II,	1-3V	CREDITS                                         construction methods. Instruction emphasizes drafting standards
                 Students develop a partial construction drawing set for a one story,                      comparable to practices employed by industry.
                 “stick-framed” house that complies with current ORSC and Oregon                           	            CDT-219-01	 176732	 B274	           MW	          9-11:50AM
                 Energy Code Path 1. Instruction reinforces, and expands upon, ob-                         	             KORFHAGE	                          $201	        $15	     $25	          $241V
                 jectives of CDT-202.                                                                                    Prerequisites:	CDT-212A	&	CDT-212B.
                 	            CDT-212A-01	 176725	 B276	          TTH	      8-10:50AM                      CDT-225	     ADVANCED	SOLIDWORKS,	1-3V	CREDITS
                 	             COOK	                              $201	     $15	     $75	        $291V     Advanced features of SolidWorks will be discussed and problems will
                               Recommended:	CDT-214.	Prerequisite:	CDT-202.	Corequisite:	CDT-212B.         be worked that exemplify them. Subjects include equations, configu-
                 CDT-212B	 ARCHITECTURAL	MATERIALS,	1-2V	CREDITS                                           rations, design tables and dynamics.
                 An introductory course to loads and other forces a house must                             	            CDT-225-01	 178235	 B276	           TTH	         2:30-5:20PM
                 withstand. Students use tables and computer software programs to                          	             WARD	                              $201	        $15	      $75	         $291V
                 design structural components and drawings that complete the con-                                        Prerequisites:	CDT-108A	or	CAD-293	or	instructor	consent.
                 struction set for the house they design in CDT-212A.                                      CDT-226	     VBA	FOR	AUTOCAD,	1-3V	CREDITS
                 	            CDT-212B-01	 176726	 B276	          TTH	      10-11:50AM                     An introduction to Object Oriented Programming using the Visual
                 	             COOK	                              $134	     $10	     $50	        $194V     Basic for Application (VBA) programming language for AutoCAD.
                               Prerequisites:	CDT-202	&	MTH-080.	Corequisite:	CDT-212A.                    The basics of Visual Basic programming are explained to demon-
                 CDT-213	     ARCHITECTURAL	DRAFTING	III,	1-4V	CREDITS                                     strate how to create useful VBA macros.
                 Design and complete plans for a one-story house with daylight base-                       	            CDT-226-01	 176734	 B277	           MW	          3-5:50PM
                 ment that complies with current ORSC, Oregon Energy Code Path 1,                          	             RICHARD	                           $201	        $15	     $75	          $291V
                 and is suitable to obtain a building permit from local municipalities.                                  Prerequisite:	CDT-207.
                 Expands upon objectives of CDT-202, CDT-212A and CDT-212B.                                CDT-280	     DRAFTING	TECHNOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 	            CDT-213-01	 176727	 B276	           TTH	      8-11:50AM                      Course is intended to provide the student with a learning experience
                 	             COOK	                              $268	     $20	     $100	       $388V     related to their course of study and career goal. Major emphasis will
                               Recommended:	CDT-214.	Prerequisites:	CDT-212A	&	CDT-212B.                   be given to work-based learning experience and training.
                 CDT-214	     BUILDING	CODES,	1-2V	CREDITS                                                 	            CDT-280-01	 176735	 JOBSITE	
                 A survey course of the Oregon Residential Specialty Code, Clacka-                         	             KEALA	                      $402	               $30	        $15	       $447V
                 mas County Zoning Ordinances, and Americans With Disabilities                                           Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                 Act (applicable to residential and light commercial construction).                        CDT-281	     DRAFTING	TECHNOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 The final exam requires students to apply the ORSC to sample resi-                        Combines work-based learning experience in drafting and design
                 dential drawings.                                                                         with a seminar focus on communication, teamwork, success, and
                 	            CDT-214-01	 176728	 B276	           TTH	      9-10:50AM                      setting goals.
                 	             COOK	                              $134	     $10	     $50	        $194V         	        CDT-281-20	 176736	 ONLINE	
                               Prerequisite:	CDT-202.                                                      	             KEALA	                              $402	       $30	        $50	       $482V
                 CDT-215	     STRUCTURAL	DRAFTING	II,	1-4V	CREDITS                                                       Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	kellyk@clackamas.edu	or	
                 An introductory course of commercial drawing requirements. Stu-                                         503-657-6958	x2653.	Restricted:	Drafting	Technology	students.	Required:	
                 dents develop a partial construction drawing set for a warehouse                                        Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	CWE-281-20.
                 constructed of CMU and timber structural supports with an attached                        CDT-282	     DRAFTING	TECHNOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 office. Instruction emphasizes drafting standards comparable to in-                       Combines work-based learning experience in drafting and design
                 dustry practices.                                                                         with a seminar.
                 	            CDT-215-01	 176729	 B274	           MW	       8-11:50AM                          	        CDT-282-20	 176737	 ONLINE	
                 	             KORFHAGE	                          $268	     $20	     $100	       $388V     	             KEALA	                              $402	       $30	        $50	       $482V
                               Prerequisite:	CDT-209.                                                                    Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	kellyk@clackamas.edu	or	
                                                                                                                         503-657-6958	x2653.	Restricted:	Drafting	Technology	students.	Required:	
                 CDT-216	     STRUCTURAL	DRAFTING	III,	1-4V	CREDITS
                                                                                                                         Instructor	consent.	Prerequisites:	CDT-281.Corequisite:	CWE-282-20.
                 Introduction to commercial drawing requirements. Students develop
                 partial construction drawings for a warehouse constructed of tilt-up                      CDT-283	     DRAFTING	TECHNOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 concrete panels and timber structural supports with a mezzanine                           Combines work-based learning experience in drafting and design
                 and attached office. Instruction emphasizes drafting standards com-                       with a seminar.
                 parable to industry practices.                                                                	        CDT-283-20	 176738	 ONLINE	
                 	            CDT-216-01	 176730	 B274	           MW	       8-11:50AM                      	             KEALA	                              $402	       $30	        $50	       $482V
                 	             KORFHAGE	                          $268	     $20	     $100	       $388V                   Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	kellyk@clackamas.edu	or	
                               Prerequisite:	CDT-215.                                                                    503-657-6958	x2653.	Restricted:	Drafting	Technology	students.	Required:	
                                                                                                                         Instructor	consent.	Prerequisites:	CDT-282	&	CWE-282.	Corequisite:	CWE-
                                                                                                                         283-20.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.       HYB Classroom/online           V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                 course-see page 15.           cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                TBA To be arranged: contact    NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                       department first class
                      see page 14.

            38   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


CDT-284	     DRAFTING	TECHNOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                         CS-092S	     COMP	FOR	NEW	USERS,	SPANISH,	3	CREDITS
Combines work-based learning experience in drafting and design                             Este es un curso en Español. Para aquellas personas sin experiencia




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with a seminar.                                                                            alguna en computación. Incluye el uso del ratón, la administración
     	       CDT-284-20	 176739	 ONLINE	                                                   de archivos en programas de Windows, la creación de una hoja de
	             KEALA	                              $402	     $30	       $50	       $482V    trabajo, cómo enviar y recibir e-mail, y cómo navegar en el Internet.
              Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	kellyk@clackamas.edu	or	         Taught in Spanish. Requires no computer experience. Includes using
              503-657-6958	x2653.	Restricted:	Drafting	Technology	students.	Required:	     a keyboard and mouse, introduces Windows, file management, us-
              Instructor	consent.	Prerequisites:	CDT-283	&	CWE-283.	Corequisite:	CWE-      ing Office applications, e-mail and the Internet.
              284-20.                                                                      ✔	ESPAñOL	 CS-092S-01	 174312	 OIT152	            F	        9-11:50AM
CDT-295	     TOOL	DESIGN,	1-3V	CREDITS                                                     	           SANCHEZ	                              $201	     $15	     $22	          $238
Introduces techniques and resources required to design industrial                                        At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
tools. Covers design of jigs and fixtures, and print reading for tool                      	          CS-092S-02	 178888	 CATC719	 S	                  9-11:50AM
designers, CAD techniques, purchased components, and clamping                              ✔	ESPAñOL	 SANCHEZ	                     $201	               $15	     $22	          $238
work pieces.                                                                                             At	Canby.
	            CDT-295-01	 176740	 B276	           TTH	       6:30-9:20PM                    CS-093S	     COMP	FOR	NEW	USERS	II	SPANISH,	3	CREDITS
	             SOLL	                              $201	      $15	      $75	        $291V    Clase en Español para aquellas que ya tomaron la clase CS-092S.
              Recommended:	CDT-105	or	equivalent	experience.                               Usted estará disponible para crear, modificar, dar formato e imprimir
CDT-296	     TOOL	DESIGN	II,	1-3V	CREDITS                                                  una hoja de cálculo sencilla utilizando el programa Microsoft Excel y
Advanced tool design techniques emphasizing design of tools & fix-                         una presentación en PowerPoint. For those who have taken CS-092S.
tures, complex fixturing problems and correct detailing techniques.                        Create, modify, format, and print simple worksheets in Excel, tables,
Complete tool design project using AutoCAD.                                                and basic presentations in PowerPoint.
	            CDT-296-01	 176741	 B276	           TTH	       5:30-8:20PM                    ✔	ESPAñOL	 CS-093S-01	 178884	 CATC719	 S	                  1-3:50PM
	             SOLL	                              $201	      $15	      $75	        $291V    	           SANCHEZ	                    $201	               $15	     $22	          $238
              Recommended:	CDT-295.                                                                      Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-092S.	At	Canby.
                                                                                           CS-120	      SURVEY	OF	COMPUTING,	4	CREDITS
Computer Science                                                                           Survey course to familiarize students with computer concepts,
                                                                                           software applications and living online leading towards computer
For additional information, call 503-657-6958, ext. 2040.                                  literacy. Introduces students to Windows file management, word
CS-090	      COMPUTERS	FOR	NEW	USERS,	2	CREDITS                                            processing, spreadsheet, and presentation graphics skills in a hands-
For those with no computer experience. Includes using a keyboard                           on seminar setting.
and mouse, making commands in Windows programs, using ap-                                  	            CS-120-01	      174315	 S135	        M	        8-9:50AM
plications to accomplish tasks using a word processor, e-mail, and                         	            	               	       S142	        W	        8-9:50AM
Internet. Takes place in the computer lab, one student per computer.                       	              BRUNING	                           $268	     $20	     $22	          $310
	            CS-090-01	 174302	 S144	            MW	        1:30-3:20PM                                  Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-090	or	
	             SORRENTINO	                        $134	      $10	      $16	         $160                  placement	in	CS-120;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
              Meets:	3/30-4/29.	Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.                       	            CS-120-02	      174316	 S135	        T	        8-9:50AM
	            CS-090-02	      174303	 S144	       TTH	       10-11:50AM                     	            	               	       S142	        TH	       8-9:50AM
	             EDWARDS	                           $134	      $10	     $16	          $160    	              SANCHEZ	                           $268	     $20	     $22	          $310
              Meets:	3/31-4/30.	Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.                                     Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-090	or	
	            CS-090-03	 174304	 S144	            T	         6:30-8:20PM                                  placement	in	CS-120;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
	             BRUBAKER	                          $134	      $10	      $16	         $160    	            CS-120-03	      174317	 S142	        M	        10-11:50AM
              Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.                                         	            	               	       S135	        W	        10-11:50AM
✔	           CS-090-04	      174305	 OIT152	     TTH	       1-2:50PM                       	              ALLEN	                             $268	     $20	     $22	          $310
	             STAFF	                             $134	      $10	     $16	          $160                  Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-090	or	
              Meets:	3/31-4/30.	Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	At	CCC	Harmony	                     placement	in	CS-120;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
              Campus.                                                                      	            CS-120-04	      174318	 S135	        T	        10-11:50AM
✔	           CS-090-15	 174306	 W214	            M	         6-7:50PM                       	            	               	       S142	        TH	       10-11:50AM
	             SORRENTINO	                        $0	        $0	      $160	         $160    	              AHLQUIST	                          $268	     $20	     $22	          $310
              Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.                            Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-090	or	
CS-091	      COMPUTERS	FOR	NEW	USERS	II,	2	CREDITS                                                       placement	in	CS-120;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
Follow-up of CS-090. More work with applications, including word                           	            CS-120-05	      174319	 S135	        M	        1-2:50PM
processing, and spreadsheet. Windows file management. Takes place                          	            	               	       S142	        W	        1-2:50PM
in the computer lab, one student to a computer.                                            	              AHLQUIST	                          $268	     $20	     $22	          $310
	            CS-091-01	      174309	 S144	       TH	        6-7:50PM                                     Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-090	or	
	             BANKS	                             $134	      $10	     $16	          $160                  placement	in	CS-120;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
              Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-090	or	           	            CS-120-06	      174320	 S135	        T	        1-2:50PM
              placement	in	CS-091.                                                         	            	               	       S142	        TH	       1-2:50PM
	            CS-091-21	 174310	 S144	            MW	        1:30-3:20PM                    	              EDWARDS	                           $268	     $20	     $22	          $310
	             SORRENTINO	                        $134	      $10	      $16	         $160                  Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-090	or	place-
              Meets:	5/4-6/8.	Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	Prerequisite:	Pass	                   ment	in	CS-120;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
              CS-090	or	placement	in	CS-091.                                               ✔	           CS-120-07	      174321	 OIT152	      TTH	      3-4:50PM
	            CS-091-22	      177838	 S144	       TTH	       10-11:50AM                     	             ALLEN	                              $268	     $20	     $22	          $310
	             EDWARDS	                           $134	      $10	     $16	          $160                  Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-090	or	
              Meets:	5/5-6/4.	Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	Prerequisite:	Pass	                   placement	in	CS-120;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	At	CCC	Har-
              CS-090	or	placement	in	CS-091.                                                             mony	Campus.
✔	           CS-091-24	      177839	 OIT152	     TTH	       1-2:50PM                       HYB	         CS-120-08	      174322	 S135	        TH	       6-7:20PM
	             STAFF	                             $134	      $10	     $16	          $160    	            	               	       S142	        TH	       7:30-8:50PM
              Meets:	5/5-6/4.	Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	Prerequisite:	Pass	     	              AHLQUIST	                          $268	     $20	      $22	         $310
              CS-090	or	placement	in	CS-091.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                      Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Thursday	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	ahlquist@
                                                                                                         clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5012.	Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	
                                                                                                         minimum.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-090	or	placement	in	CS-120;	pass	
                                                                                                         WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
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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-133VB	 VISUAL	BASIC.NET	I,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                                   Hands-on approach to software design using object-oriented pro-
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                                                                                                                   gramming. Planning an application, building a user interface, using
                      	           CS-120-30	     174324	 ONLINE	        TBA	       TBA
                                                                                                                   variables and constants, calculating, accumulating, counting, mak-
                 	                 BRUNING	                             $268	      $20	        $46	       $334     ing decisions, using functions, and using menus.
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu/	Contact:	
                                  wesb@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2534.	Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	
                                                                                                                   	            CS-133VB-01	 174333	 S181	           TTH	      10:30-11:50AM
                                  minimum.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-090	or	placement	in	CS-120;	pass	                	             HERMAN	                             $201	     $15	      $22	         $238
                                  WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.                                                                 Prerequisites:	Pass	BA-131	or	pass	CS-121;	pass	MTH-065	or	placement	in	
                                                                                                                                 MTH-095.
                      	           CS-120-31	     174325	 ONLINE	        TBA	       TBA
                 	                 ABBOTT	                              $268	      $20	        $46	       $334     	            CS-133VB-02	 177848	 S181	           TH	       6-8:50PM
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu/	Contact:	       	             ALBERS	                             $201	     $15	     $22	          $238
                                  hillarya@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2984.	Required:	Flashdrive,	                           Prerequisites:	Pass	BA-131	or	pass	CS-121;	pass	MTH-065	or	placement	in	
                                                                                                                                 MTH-095.
                                  128mb	minimum.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-090	or	placement	in	CS-120;	pass	
                                  WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.                                                   CS-135DB	 ADVANCED	DATABASE,	3	CREDITS
                      	           CS-120-32	     174326	 ONLINE	        TBA	       TBA                             Using MS Access for design, construction, and documentation of a
                 	                 ABBOTT	                              $268	      $20	        $46	       $334     database management system. Designing reports, forms, advanced
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu/	Contact:	       form techniques, OLE fields, customizing tables, creating and using
                                  hillarya@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2984.	Required:	Flashdrive,	             an application system and macros.
                                  128mb	minimum.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-090	or	placement	in	CS-120;	pass	              	        CS-135DB-30	 177856	 ONLINE	         TBA	      TBA
                                  WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.                                                   	             STAFF	                              $201	     $15	        $46	       $262
                 CS-121	          COMPUTER	APPLICATIONS,	3	CREDITS                                                               Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu/	
                 Continuation of CS-120. Hands-on approach to word processing, da-                                               Contact:	lene@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2751.	Recommended:	
                 tabase management, and electronic spreadsheets. Uses Word, Excel,                                               Pass	CS-121;	pass	MTH-065	or	placement	in	MTH-095.
                 and Access.                                                                                       CS-135I	     ADVANCED	WEB	DESIGN,	3	CREDITS
                 	                CS-121-01	     174327	 S181	          TTH	       9-10:20AM                       Plan and publish standards-based, accessible web sites via a variety
                 	                 HERMAN	                              $201	      $15	     $22	          $238     of software tools, including Dreamweaver and Fireworks. Utilize
                                  Required:	Flashdrive,	128mb	minimum.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-120	or	              CSS, scripts, audio, video, and other emerging technologies. Empha-
                                  placement	in	CS-121;	pass	MTH-060	or	placement	in	MTH-065.                       sizes professional design techniques.
                      	           CS-121-30	     174329	 ONLINE	        TBA	       TBA                             	            CS-135I-01	     177857	 S181	        F	        1-3:50PM
                 	                 EDWARDS	                             $201	      $15	        $46	       $262     	             SARGENT	                            $201	     $15	     $22	          $238
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu/	Contact:	                     Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-125H.
                                  sedwards@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2631.	Required:	Flashdrive,	                 	        CS-135I-30	     177858	 ONLINE	      TBA	      TBA
                                  128mb	minimum.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-120	or	placement	in	CS-121;	pass	          	             SARGENT	                            $201	     $15	        $46	       $262
                                  MTH-060	or	placement	in	MTH-065.                                                               Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.	edu/		
                 CS-125H	         HTML	&	WEB	SITE	DESIGN,	3	CREDITS                                                              Contact:	dianes@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2758.	Prerequisite:	Pass	
                 Hands-on approach to planning, design, and development of pub-                                                  CS-125H.
                 lished web sites using HTML tags in text editors. Includes page struc-                            CS-135S	     ADVANCED	SPREADSHEET,	3	CREDITS
                 ture, hyperlinks, images, tables, frames, styles, and limited scripting.                          Using MS Excel for design, construction, and documentation of
                 Brief introduction to page editors.                                                               advanced spreadsheets. Templates, multiple worksheets, complex
                 	                CS-125H-01	 174330	 S181	             T	         6-8:50PM                        formulas, advanced chart features, Visual Basic macros, sorting, da-
                 	                 STAFF	                               $201	      $15	     $22	          $238     tabase capabilities.
                                  Recommended:	Pass	CS-121	or	equivalent	experience.                               	            CS-135S-01	 177859	 S181	            MW	       10:30-11:50AM
                 ✔	               CS-125H-02	 177840	 OIT152	           F	         1-3:50PM                        	             SARGENT	                            $201	     $15	      $22	         $238
                 	                 SORRENTINO	                          $201	      $15	     $22	          $238                   Recommended:	Pass	CS-121;	pass	MTH-065	or	placement	in	MTH-095.
                                  Recommended:	Pass	CS-121	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	               CS-140	      OPERATING	SYSTEMS	I,	4	CREDITS
                                  Campus.
                                                                                                                   Introduction to the theory behind operating systems as well as basic
                      	           CS-125H-30	 174331	 ONLINE	           TBA	       TBA                             functions of Windows, Linux/UNIX, and Macintosh operating sys-
                 	                 ALBERS	                              $201	      $15	        $46	       $262     tems. Discussion of operating system interface with input, output,
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu/	Contact:		      storage devices, and basic network theory.
                                  richa@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2117.	Recommended:	Pass		
                                  CS-121	or	equivalent	experience.
                                                                                                                   	            CS-140-01	      177860	 S183	        MW	       1-2:50PM
                                                                                                                   	             CARINO	                             $268	     $20	     $28	          $316
                 CS-133S	         WEB	APPLICATION	DEVELOPMENT	I,	3	CREDITS                                                       Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-120	or	placement	in	CS-121;	pass	MTH-060	or	
                 Design, programming, testing of scripted web pages using JavaScript,                                            placement	in	MTH-065;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
                 ASP, and PHP. Introduction to server-side programming and funda-
                                                                                                                   CS-140U	     OPERATING	SYS	I:	LINUX/UNIX,	3	CREDITS
                 mental concepts of interactive web pages, program control state-
                                                                                                                   Computer operating systems concepts using Linux/UNIX. General
                 ments, variables, database access, and functions.
                                                                                                                   operating system concepts, file management, network utilities, text
                 	                CS-133S-01	 177841	 S181	             MW	        9-10:20AM
                                                                                                                   editing, shell environment configuration, and Linux installation.
                 	                 ALBERS	                              $201	      $15	     $22	          $238
                                                                                                                       	        CS-140U-30	 177861	 ONLINE	          TBA	      TBA
                                  Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-125H;	pass	MTH-065	or	placement	in	MTH-095.
                                                                                                                   	             MOLATORE	                           $201	     $15	        $46	       $262
                 CS-133VA	 VISUAL	BASIC	FOR	APPLICATIONS,	3	CREDITS                                                              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu/	Contact:	
                 Using Visual Basic for Applications to develop advanced application                                             nickm@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2438.	Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-140.
                 features for MS Word, Excel, Access, and PowerPoint. Topics will
                 cover VB editor, objects, properties, variables, repeating statements,
                 debugging codes, and integrating applications.
                 	                CS-133VA-01	 177842	 S142	            MW	        3-4:20PM
                 	                 SARGENT	                             $201	      $15	     $22	          $238
                                  Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-121	or	pass	BA-131.

                 ✔	       Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.          HYB Classroom/online             V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                          campus, other off campus                                                   course-see page 15.             cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                          location                            Distance Learning:
                                                              Correspondence-                   TBA To be arranged: contact      NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 140.
                          Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                          department first class
                          see page 14.

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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


CS-150	      COMPUTER	TECH	ORIENTATION,	2	CREDITS                                          CS-289A	     WEB	SRVR	ADMIN:	APACHE,	3	CREDITS
Introduction to computing topics such as computer architecture,                            Introduction to Apache Web Server. Covers installing, administer-




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data representation, problem solving, programming, and network-                            ing, securing, and troubleshooting Apache Web Server running
ing. Also covers careers and certifications in Information Technol-                        on Linux. Additional topics include http, https, ftp protocols, and
ogy.                                                                                       FrontPage extensions.
	            CS-150-01	      177865	 S183	        TTH	      11-11:50AM                     	            CS-289A-01	 177873	 S182	          TTH	      3-4:50PM
	             CARINO	                             $134	     $10	     $16	          $160    	             MOLATORE	                         $201	     $15	     $20	         $236
              Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-120	or	placement	in	CS-121;	pass	WR-095	or	place-                   Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-240U.
              ment	in	WR-121;	pass	MTH-065	or	placement	in	MTH-095.                        CS-297N	     NETWORK	CAPSTONE,	4	CREDITS
CS-178	      INTRO	TO	THE	INTERNET/WWW,	3	CREDITS                                          This class affords students the opportunity to put all the discrete
Introductory course on the use and history of the Internet. Explore                        information learned from their program classes together towards the
the philosophy of the Internet, use tools for research, communica-                         completion of an enterprise computer project.
tion, and entertainment. Develop and publish a simple web page.                            	        CS-297N-01	 177875	 S183	 MW	                    9-11:50AM
    	        CS-178-30	      174336	 ONLINE	      TBA	      TBA                            	         MOLATORE	                $268	                  $20	     $33	         $321
	             STAFF	                              $201	     $15	       $39	        $255    CS-297W	 WEBSITE	CAPSTONE,	3	CREDITS
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	Online.	Contact:	rjohnson@	          Continuation of CS-195, culminating in a portfolio. Students submit
              chemeketa.edu	or	503-399-6074.	Register	by	3/13/09.	Recommended:	Pass	
                                                                                           a project proposal to be admitted. Project involves web design, cli-
              CS-091	or	placement	in	CS-120.	HOSTED	from	Chemeketa	Community		
              College.                                                                     ent-side, and/or server-side applications, demonstration of digital
                                                                                           imaging, streaming media, and multimedia concepts.
CS-228	      PC	HARDWARE	&	REPAIR	II,	4	CREDITS                                            	            CS-297W-01	 177874	 S181	          TTH	      1-2:20PM
Continuation of CS-227. Emphasizes using diagnostic software tools                         	             ALBERS	                           $201	     $15	     $30	         $246
and troubleshooting advanced problems. Technical topics on sound                                         Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-195	and	CS-133S;	or	pass	CS-195	and	CS-135I.
cards, CD-ROM, hard drives, data recovery, networks, and other top-
ics. Includes building, maintaining, and upgrading a PC.
	            CS-228-01	      177866	 S183	        TTH	      1-3:50PM                       Computer Workshops:
	             CARINO	
              Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-227.
                                                  $268	     $20	     $33	          $321
                                                                                           Windows Applications, Web
CS-234S	     WEB	APPLICATION	DEVELOPMNT	III,	3	CREDITS                                     These courses are designed to allow the students to work at their own
Use PHP and MySQL to develop dynamic Web sites for use on the                              pace in our computer lab or at home. Students are required to show proof
Internet or Intranet. Develop web sites from simple online order                           of registration when attending a mandatory orientation and will receive
forms to complex e-commerce sites. Web database building, connec-                          courseware at that time. Students may begin classes as late as the 7th week
tivity, maintenance, and security.                                                         of the term but must complete the coursework prior to the end of the term.
	            CS-234S-01	 177867	 S182	            MW	       10:30-11:50AM                  Visit our website at cs.clackamas.edu/cs/workshops for the most current
	             ALBERS	                             $201	     $15	      $22	         $238    information about self-paced computer workshops or contact Kathy Loge-
              Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-133S;	or	pass	CS-125H	&	pass	CS-133VB;	or	pass	       mann at kathyl@clackamas.edu or 503-657-6958 ext. 2308.
              CS-125H	&	pass	CS-161.
CS-260	      DATA	STRUCTURES,	4	CREDITS                                                    CW-050	      WINDOWS	VISTA	/	IE	7,	0	CREDIT
Continuation of CS-162. Includes linear, linked lists, trees, abstract                     This class is for the student whose goal is to become proficient using
data types, searching and sorting algorithms, and their analysis.                          the Windows Vista operating system and Internet Explorer 7.0. Self-
	            CS-260-01	 177868	 S182	             TTH	      10-11:50AM                     paced class. See course outline at cs.clackamas.edu/cw Call Kathy Lo-
	             MOLATORE	                           $268	     $20	     $18	          $306    gemann, 503-657-6958 x2308, to schedule your mandatory orienta-
              Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-162.                                                   tion. Begin any time between 1/5 and 2/16. Course to be completed
                                                                                           by 3/21.
CS-279W	 LAN	I:	WINDOWS	SERVER	ADMIN,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                           ✔	           CW-050-01	 173844	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM
Managing a Microsoft Windows server network. Topics include: Net-                          	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	       $155	       $155
work protocols, Active Directory, performance issues, managing web                                       Recommended:	Some	knowledge	of	keyboard	helpful.	At	CCC	Harmony	
resources, security, and disaster recovery.                                                              Campus.
	            CS-279W-01	 177872	 S182	            MW	       1-3:50PM                       CW-052A	 EXCEL	BASIC,	0	CREDIT
	             MOLATORE	                           $268	     $20	     $33	          $321    This class is for the student whose goal is to become proficient using
              Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-179	&	pass	CS-240W.
                                                                                           MS Excel to create simple worksheets and charts that will be used
CS-280	      COMPUTER	SCIENCE/CWE,	3-6V	CREDITS                                            for internal reports and data tracking. Self-paced class. See course
Cooperative work experience. Provides supervised work experience                           outline at cs.clackamas.edu/cw Call Kathy Logemann, 503-657-6858
to supplement the school experience from the academic classroom                            x2308, to schedule your mandatory orientation. Begin any time be-
environment. User support, work with computer applications or                              tween 3/30 and 5/8. Course to be completed by 6/13.
programming languages, install or manage PC computer systems,                              ✔	           CW-052A-01	 173845	 OIT152	        M	        9-10:50AM
and website development.                                                                   	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	        $155
	            CS-280-01	      174345	 S181	        W	        12-12:50PM                                   Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	Intro-
	             EATON	                              $402	     $30	     $15	         $447V                  duction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-121,	   ✔	           CW-052A-02	 173846	 OIT152	        M	        9-10:50AM
              pass	CS-140	&	pass	CS-160.                                                   	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	        $155
CS-287X	     MICROSOFT	EXCHANGE	SERVER,	3	CREDITS                                                        Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	Intro-
Introduction to installation, administration, and troubleshooting                                        duction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
Exchange Server. Topics include Internet mail protocols, Exchange                          ✔	           CW-052A-03	 173847	 OIT152	        T	        6:30-8:20PM
Server architecture, installation, management, and security.                               	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	       $155	       $155
HYB	         CS-287X-01	 178595	 S182	            TH	       5:30-7:20PM                                  Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
	             CARINO	                             $201	     $15	      $27	         $243                  Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
              Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-279W	or	network	administration	experience.             ✔	           CW-052A-04	 173848	 OIT152	        T	        6:30-8:20PM
                                                                                           	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	       $155	       $155
                                                                                                         Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
                                                                                                         Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.



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                               Instructor                         Tuition   Fee       Crs. Fee   Total                 Instructor                         Tuition   Fee        Crs. Fee   Total


                 Computer Workshops:                                                                     	            CW-052B-07	 173861	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM
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                                                                                                                       Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Basic	or	
                                                                                                                       equivalent	experience.
                 	            CW-052A-05	 173849	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM                   	            CW-052B-08	 173862	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM
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                               Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7                            Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Basic	or	
                               Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.                                                  equivalent	experience.
                 	            CW-052A-06	 173850	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM                   ✔	           CW-052B-09	 173863	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	                           Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Basic	or	
                               Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.                                                  equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	            CW-052A-07	 173851	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM                  ✔	           CW-052B-10	 173864	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	      $155    	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	                           Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Basic	or	
                               Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.                                                  equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	            CW-052A-08	 173852	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM                  ✔	           CW-052B-11	 178537	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	      $155    	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	        $155
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	                           Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Basic	or	
                               Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.                                                  equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 ✔	           CW-052A-09	 173853	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM                  ✔	           CW-052B-12	 178538	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	      $155    	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	        $155
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	                           Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Basic	or	
                               Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                           equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 ✔	           CW-052A-10	 173854	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM                  CW-052C	 EXCEL	ADVANCED,	0	CREDIT
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	      $155
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	             Designed for the student who has the skills to work with large or
                               Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.             multiple worksheets, this class presents advanced formulas, lookup
                 ✔	           CW-052A-11	 178468	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM                    and data tables, PivotTables, list management, analytical options,
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    macros and interactive Web pages. Self-paced class. See course out-
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	             line at cs.clackamas.edu/cw Call Kathy Logemann, 503-657-6958
                               Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.             x2308, to schedule your mandatory orientation. Begin any time be-
                 ✔	           CW-052A-12	 178470	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM                    tween 3/30 and 5/8. Course to be completed by 6/13.
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    ✔	           CW-052C-01	 173865	 OIT152	         M	        9-10:50AM
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	             	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	        $155
                               Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                           Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Intermedi-
                                                                                                                       ate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 CW-052B	 EXCEL	INTERMEDIATE,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                                         ✔	           CW-052C-02	 173866	 OIT152	         M	        9-10:50AM
                 Designed for the student who understands the basics of creating
                 simple worksheets and charts, this course introduces skills for using                   	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	        $155
                                                                                                                       Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Intermedi-
                 large or multiple worksheets, advanced charting and formatting,
                                                                                                                       ate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 management of files, auditing features and templates. Self-paced
                 class. See course outline at cs.clackamas.edu/cw Call Kathy Loge-                       ✔	           CW-052C-03	 173867	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM
                                                                                                         	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	       $155	       $155
                 mann, 503-657-6958 x2308, to schedule your mandatory orienta-                                         Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	
                 tion. Begin any time between 3/30 and 5/8. Course to be completed                                     Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 by 6/13.
                                                                                                         ✔	           CW-052C-04	 173868	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM
                 ✔	           CW-052B-01	 173855	 OIT152	         M	        9-10:50AM                    	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	       $155	       $155
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	       $155                  Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Basic	or	                     Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                               equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                             	            CW-052C-05	 173869	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM
                 ✔	           CW-052B-02	 173856	 OIT152	         M	        9-10:50AM                    	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	        $155
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	       $155                  Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Basic	or	                     Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.
                               equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                             	            CW-052C-06	 173870	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM
                 ✔	           CW-052B-03	 173857	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM                  	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	        $155
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	       $155	      $155                  Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Basic	or	                     Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.
                               equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                                         	            CW-052C-07	 173871	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM
                 ✔	           CW-052B-04	 173858	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM                  	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	       $155	      $155                  Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	I
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Basic	or	                     ntermediate	or	equivalent	experience.
                               equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                                         	            CW-052C-08	 173872	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM
                 	            CW-052B-05	 173859	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM                   	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	       $155                  Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Basic	or	                     Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.
                               equivalent	experience.                                                    ✔	           CW-052C-09	 173873	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM
                 	            CW-052B-06	 173860	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM                   	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	       $155                  Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	
                               Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	Basic	or	                     Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                               equivalent	experience.


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.    HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                              course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-             TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                    department first class
                      see page 14.

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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-052C-10	 173874	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM                   CW-054B	 WORD	INTERMEDIATE,	0	CREDIT
	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    Designed for the student who is proficient using Microsoft Word to
              Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	




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                                                                                         create, format, save and print basic documents. Course introduces
              Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.              working sections, columns and tables; using styles, graphics and
✔	           CW-052C-11	 178539	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM                     templates; using headers and footers. Self-paced class. See course
	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    outline at cs.clackamas.edu/cw Call Kathy Logemann, 503-657-6958
              Uses	MS	Excel	2007	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	                 x2308, to schedule your mandatory orientation. Begin any time be-
              Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.              tween 1/5 and 2/16. Course to be completed by 3/21.
✔	           CW-052C-12	 178540	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM                     ✔	           CW-054B-01	 173885	 OIT152	        M	        9-10:50AM
	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
              Uses	MS	Excel	2003	software.	Recommended:	Excel	2003/2007	                               Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Basic	or	
              Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                            equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
CW-054A	 WORD	BASIC,	0	CREDIT                                                            ✔	           CW-054B-02	 173886	 OIT152	        M	        9-10:50AM
This class is for the student whose goal is to become proficient using                   	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
Microsoft Word to create, format, save, and print basic documents.                                     Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Basic	or	
Self-paced class. See course outline at cs.clackamas.edu/cw Call                                       equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
Kathy Logemann, 503-657-6958 x2308, to schedule your manda-                              ✔	           CW-054B-03	 173887	 OIT152	        T	        6:30-8:20PM
tory orientation. Begin any time between 3/30 and 5/8. Course to be                      	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
completed by 6/13.                                                                                     Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Basic	or	
✔	           CW-054A-01	 173875	 OIT152	         M	        9-10:50AM                                   equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    ✔	           CW-054B-04	 173888	 OIT152	        T	        6:30-8:20PM
              Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	or	            	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
              equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                            Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Basic	or	
✔	           CW-054A-02	 173876	 OIT152	         M	        9-10:50AM                                   equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    	            CW-054B-05	 173889	 S142	          W	        10-11:50AM
              Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	or	            	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
              equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                            Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Basic	or	
                                                                                                       equivalent	experience.
✔	           CW-054A-03	 173877	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM
	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    	            CW-054B-06	 173890	 S142	          W	        10-11:50AM
              Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	or	            	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
              equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                            Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Basic	or	
✔	           CW-054A-04	 173878	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM                                 equivalent	experience.
	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    	            CW-054B-07	 173891	 S142	          W	        6:30-8:20PM
              Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	or	            	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
              equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                            Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Basic	or	
	            CW-054A-05	 173879	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM                                  equivalent	experience.
	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    	            CW-054B-08	 173892	 S142	          W	        6:30-8:20PM
              Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	or	            	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
              equivalent	experience.                                                                   Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Basic	or	
	            CW-054A-06	 173880	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM                                  equivalent	experience.
	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    ✔	           CW-054B-09	 173893	 OIT152	        TH	       6:30-8:20PM
              Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	or	            	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
              equivalent	experience.                                                                   Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Basic	or	
                                                                                                       equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	            CW-054A-07	 173881	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM
	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    ✔	           CW-054B-10	 173894	 OIT152	        TH	       6:30-8:20PM
              Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	or	            	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
              equivalent	experience.                                                                   Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Basic	or	
                                                                                                       equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	            CW-054A-08	 173882	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM
	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    ✔	           CW-054B-11	 178554	 OIT152	        S	        9-11:50AM
              Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	or	            	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
              equivalent	experience.                                                                   Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Basic	or	
✔	           CW-054A-09	 173883	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM                                 equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    ✔	           CW-054B-12	 178555	 OIT152	        S	        9-10:50AM
              Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	or	            	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
              equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                            Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Basic	or	
✔	           CW-054A-10	 173884	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM                                 equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    CW-054C	 WORD	ADVANCED,	0	CREDIT
              Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	or	            Designed for the student who is proficient using Microsoft Word to
              equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                         create, format, save and print advanced documents. Course intro-
✔	           CW-054A-11	 178541	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM
                                                                                         duces creating form letters, Mail Merge, creating and working with
	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    forms, master documents, automating tasks using macros, custom
              Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	or	
                                                                                         menus and tool bars, and encrypting documents. Self-paced class.
              equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                         See course outline at cs.clackamas.edu/cw Call Kathy Logemann,
✔	           CW-054A-12	 178542	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM
                                                                                         503-657-6958 x2308, to schedule your mandatory orientation. Begin
	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    any time between 3/30 and 5/8. Course to be completed by 6/13.
              Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	or	
              equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                         ✔	           CW-054C-01	 173895	 OIT152	        M	        9-10:50AM
                                                                                         	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
                                                                                                       Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Intermedi-
                                                                                                       ate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
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                                                                                                       Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	Intermedi-
                                                                                                       ate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	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


                 Computer Workshops:                                                                      	            CW-055A-05	 173909	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM
                 Windows Applications, Web, continued                                                     	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
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                                                                                                                        Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
                                                                                                                        Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.
                 ✔	           CW-054C-03	 173897	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    	            CW-055A-06	 173910	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM
                               Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	                   	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                            Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
                 ✔	           CW-054C-04	 173898	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM                                 Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    	            CW-055A-07	 173911	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM
                               Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	                   	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                            Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recomended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
                 	            CW-054C-05	 173899	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM                                  Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    	            CW-055A-08	 173912	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM
                               Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	                   	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.                                                   Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
                 	            CW-054C-06	 173900	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM                                  Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    ✔	           CW-055A-09	 173913	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM
                               Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	                   	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.                                                   Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vist/IE	7	
                                                                                                                        Introduction	or	equiavelnt	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	            CW-054C-07	 173901	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    ✔	           CW-055A-10	 173914	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM
                               Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	                   	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.                                                   Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
                                                                                                                        Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	            CW-054C-08	 173902	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    ✔	           CW-055A-11	 178563	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM
                               Uses	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	                      	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
                               Intermediate	or	equiavelnt	experience.                                                   Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vist/IE	7	
                 ✔	           CW-054C-09	 173903	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM                                 Introduction	or	equiavelnt	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    	            CW-055A-12	 178564	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM
                               Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	                   ✔	            WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                            Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vist/IE	7	
                 ✔	           CW-054C-10	 173904	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM                                 Introduction	or	equiavelnt	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    CW-055B	 POWERPOINT	INTERMEDIATE,	0	CREDIT
                               Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	                   This class is for the student who is proficient using Microsoft Power-
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                                          Point to build, design, format, save, and deliver basic presentations.
                 ✔	           CW-054C-11	 178557	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM                     Self-paced class. See course outline at cs.clackamas.edu/cw Call
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    Kathy Logemann, 503-657-6958 x2308, to schedule your manda-
                               Uses	MS	Word	2007	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	                   tory orientation. Begin anytime between 3/30 and 5/8. Course to be
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                                          completed by 6/13.
                 ✔	           CW-054C-12	 178558	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM                     ✔	           CW-055B-01	 173915	 OIT152	         M	        9-10:50AM
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
                               Uses	MS	Word	2003	software.	Recommended:	Word	2003/2007	
                                                                                                                        Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended	PowerPoint	2003/2007	
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                                                        Basic	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 CW-055A	 POWERPOINT	BASIC,	0	CREDIT                                                      ✔	           CW-055B-03	 173917	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM
                 This class is for the student whose goal is to become proficient using                   	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
                 Microsoft PowerPoint to build, design, format, save, and deliver ba-                                   Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007
                 sic presentations. Self-paced class. See course outline at cs.clackamas.                               Basic	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 edu/cw Call Kathy Logemann, 503-657-6958 x2308, to schedule                              	            CW-055B-05	 173919	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM
                 your mandatory orientation. Begin any time between 3/30 and 5/8.                         	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
                 Course to be completed by 6/13.                                                                        Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007	
                 ✔	           CW-055A-01	 173905	 OIT152	         M	        9-10:50AM                                   Basic	or	equivalent	experience.
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    	            CW-055B-07	 178534	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM
                               Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	         	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
                               Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                            Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007
                 ✔	           CW-055A-02	 173906	 OIT152	         M	        9-10:50AM                                   Basic	or	equivalent	experience.
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	        $155    ✔	           CW-055B-09	 178566	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM
                               Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	         	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	     $155
                               Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                            Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended	PowerPoint	2003/2007
                                                                                                                        Basic	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 ✔	           CW-055A-03	 173907	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	       $155	       $155    ✔	           CW-055B-11	 178567	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM
                               Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	         	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	      $155
                               Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                            Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended	PowerPoint	2003/2007	
                 ✔	           CW-055A-04	 173908	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM                                 Basic	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	       $155	       $155
                               Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
                               Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.     HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                               course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-              TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                     department first class
                      see page 14.

            44   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


CW-055C	 POWERPOINT	ADVANCED,	0	CREDIT                                                 ✔	           CW-056A-04	 173933	 OIT152	        T	        6:30-8:20PM
This class is for the student who wants to integrate sound clips,                      	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	       $155	      $155
                                                                                                     Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	




                                                                                                                                                                              Course Listing
animation, and other objects into basic PowerPoint presentations.
Self-paced class. See course outline at cs.clackamas.edu/cw Call                                     Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
Kathy Logemann, 503-657-6958 x2308, to schedule your manda-                            	            CW-056A-05	 173934	 S142	          W	        10-11:50AM
tory orientation. Begin any time between 3/30 and 5/8. Course to be                    	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	       $155
completed by 6/13.                                                                                   Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
✔	           CW-055C-01	 173920	 OIT152	        M	        9-10:50AM                                  Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.
	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    	            CW-056A-06	 173935	 S142	          W	        10-11:50AM
              Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007	     	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	       $155
              Basic	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                 Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
✔	           CW-055C-02	 173921	 OIT152	        M	        9-10:50AM                                  Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.
	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    	            CW-056A-07	 173936	 S142	          W	        6:30-8:20PM
              Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2003	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007	     	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	      $155
              Basic	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                 Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
                                                                                                     Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.
✔	           CW-055C-03	 173922	 OIT152	        T	        6:30-8:20PM
	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	       $155	      $155    	            CW-056A-08	 173937	 S142	          W	        6:30-8:20PM
              Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007      	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	      $155
              Basic	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                 Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
                                                                                                     Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.
✔	           CW-055C-04	 173923	 OIT152	        T	        6:30-8:20PM
	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	       $155	      $155    ✔	           CW-056A-09	 173938	 OIT152	        TH	       6:30-8:20PM
              Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2003	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007      	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	      $155
              Basic	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                 Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
                                                                                                     Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	            CW-055C-05	 173924	 S142	          W	        10-11:50AM
                                                                                       ✔	           CW-056A-10	 173939	 OIT152	        TH	       6:30-8:20PM
	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	      $155
              Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007	                   Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
              Basic	or	equivalent	experience.                                                        Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	            CW-055C-06	 173925	 S142	          W	        10-11:50AM                   ✔	           CW-056A-11	 178570	 OIT152	        S	        9-10:50AM
	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	      $155	       $155
              Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2003	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007	                   Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
              Basic	or	equivalent	experience.                                                        Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	            CW-055C-07	 173926	 S142	          W	        6:30-8:20PM                  ✔	           CW-056A-12	 178571	 OIT152	        S	        9-10:50AM
	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	      $155    	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	      $155	       $155
              Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007	
                                                                                                     Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
              Basic	or	equivalent	experience.
                                                                                                     Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	            CW-055C-08	 173927	 S142	          W	        6:30-8:20PM
	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	      $155    CW-056B	 ACCESS	INTERMEDIATE,	0	CREDIT
              Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2003	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007	     Created for the student whose goal is to become proficient in de-
              Basic	or	equivalent	experience.                                          signing tables, setting relationships between tables, validating data
✔	           CW-055C-09	 173928	 OIT152	        TH	       6:30-8:20PM                  entry in tables, and creating and using advanced queries, forms and
	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	      $155    reports in Microsoft Access. Self-paced class. See course outline at
              Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007	     cs.clackamas.edu/cw Call Kathy Logemann, 503-657-6958 x2308, to
              Basic	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                   schedule your mandatory orientation. Begin any time between 3/30
	            CW-055C-10	 173929	 OIT152	        TH	       6:30-8:20PM                  and 5/8. Course to be completed by 6/13.
✔	            WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	      $155    ✔	           CW-056B-01	 173940	 OIT152	        M	        9-10:50AM
              Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2003	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007	     	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	       $155
              Basic	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                 Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	Basic	or	
✔	           CW-055C-11	 178568	 OIT152	        S	        9-10:50AM                                  equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    ✔	           CW-056B-02	 173941	 OIT152	        M	        9-10:50AM
              Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2007	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007	     	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	       $155
              Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                          Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	Basic	or	
✔	           CW-055C-12	 178569	 OIT152	        S	        9-10:50AM                                  equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    ✔	           CW-056B-03	 173942	 OIT152	        T	        6:30-8:20PM
              Uses	MS	PowerPoint	2003	software.	Recommended:	PowerPoint	2003/2007	     	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	       $155	      $155
              Basic	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                 Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	Basic	or
CW-056A	 ACCESS	BASIC,	0	CREDIT                                                                      equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
This class is for the student whose goal is to become familiar with                    ✔	           CW-056B-04	 173943	 OIT152	        T	        6:30-8:20PM
database concepts and objects and become proficient using Micro-                       	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	       $155	      $155
soft Access to create simple database structures. Self-paced class. See                              Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	Basic	or
course outline at cs.clackamas.edu/cw Call Kathy Logemann, 503-                                      equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
657-6958 x2308, to schedule your mandatory orientation. Begin any                      	            CW-056B-05	 173944	 S142	          W	        10-11:50AM
time between 3/30 and 5/8. Course to be completed by 6/13.                             	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	       $155
✔	           CW-056A-01	 173930	 OIT152	        M	        9-10:50AM                                  Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	Basic	or	
                                                                                                     equivalent	experience.
	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	       $155
              Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	Intro-     	            CW-056B-06	 173945	 S142	          W	        10-11:50AM
              duction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                 	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	       $155
	            CW-056A-02	 173931	 OIT152	        M	        9-10:50AM                                  Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommenede:	Access	2003/2007	Basic	or	
                                                                                                     equivalnet	experience.
✔	            LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	      $155	       $155
              Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	Intro-     	            CW-056B-07	 173946	 S142	          W	        6:30-8:20PM
              duction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                 	             WARNER	                           $0	       $0	       $155	      $155
                                                                                                     Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	Basic	or
✔	           CW-056A-03	 173932	 OIT152	        T	        6:30-8:20PM                                	equivalent	experience.
	             LOGEMANN	                         $0	       $0	       $155	      $155
              Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Windows	Vista/IE	7	
              Introduction	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	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


                 Computer Workshops:                                                                     ✔	           CW-056C-11	 178581	 OIT152	          S	          9-10:50AM
                 Windows Applications, Web, continued                                                    	             WARNER	                             $0	         $0	      $155	        $155
Course Listing




                                                                                                                       Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	
                 	            CW-056B-08	 173947	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM                                Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	      $155    ✔	           CW-056C-12	 178583	 OIT152	          S	          9-10:50AM
                               Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	Basic	or      	             WARNER	                             $0	         $0	      $155	        $155
                               	equivalent	experience.                                                                 Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	
                 ✔	           CW-056B-09	 173948	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM                                Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	      $155

                                                                                                         Cooperative Work Experience
                               Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	Basic	or
                               	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 ✔	           CW-056B-10	 178575	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM                  All students must register for the appropriate CWE course and a CWE
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	      $155
                               Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	Basic	or	     Seminar as listed in the following section, Cooperative Work Experience
                               equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                             Seminar. Instructor approval is required for all CWE courses. Note: day and
                 ✔	           CW-056B-11	 178577	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM                    time of CWE classes are arranged according to the student’s work hours
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    on the job. Students may earn a maximum of 6 CWE credits per term or a
                               Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	Basic	or	     maximum of 12 CWE credits per year. For more information call the CWE
                               equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                             Office, 503-657-6958, ext. 2273.
                 ✔	           CW-056B-12	 178578	 OIT152	         S	        9-10:50AM
                                                                                                         AB-280	      COLLISION	REPAIR/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	      $155	       $155
                                                                                                         Work-based learning experience in a collision repair shop.
                               Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	Basic	or	
                               equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                             	            AB-280-01	 176631	 JOBSITE	
                                                                                                         	             MILLER/LEUCK/LOCKWOOD	     $402	                $30	      $15	       $447V
                 CW-056C	 ACCESS	ADVANCED,	0	CREDIT                                                                    Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                 Created for the student whose goal is to become proficient in Piv-
                 otTables and PivotCharts; creating advanced forms and macros;                           AM-280	      AUTO	MECHANICS/CWE,	1-6V	CREDITS
                 Internet integration; database management and security fundamen-                        Work-based learning experience in the field of auto mechanics.
                 tals; and explore Access SQL. Self-paced class. See course outline at                   	            AM-280-01	 176659	 JOBSITE	
                 cs.clackamas.edu/cw Call Kathy Logemann, 503-657-6958 x2308, to                         	             MILLER/LEUCK	              $402	                $30	      $15	       $447V
                 schedule your mandatory orientation. Begin any time between 3/30                                      Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                 and 5/8. Course to be completed by 6/13.                                                ANT-280	     ANTHROPOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 ✔	           CW-056C-01	 173949	 OIT152	         M	        9-10:50AM                    Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    anthropology.
                               Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	              	            ANT-280-01	 175082	 JOBSITE	
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.             	             KEELER	                     $402	               $30	      $15	       $447V
                 ✔	           CW-056C-02	 173950	 OIT152	         M	        9-10:50AM                                  Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    ART-280	     ART/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                               Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	              Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.             art.
                 ✔	           CW-056C-03	 173951	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM                  	            ART-280-01	 175114	 JOBSITE	
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	       $155	      $155    	             TRUE	                       $402	               $30	      $15	       $447V
                               Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	
                                                                                                                       Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 ✔	           CW-056C-04	 173952	 OIT152	         T	        6:30-8:20PM                  BA-280	      BUSINESS/CWE,	3-6V	CREDITS
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	       $155	      $155    Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in a business
                               Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	              related to the student’s major course of study. Under supervision of
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.             instructor and employer.
                 	            CW-056C-05	 173953	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM                   	            BA-280-01	 174530	 JOBSITE	
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	       $155    	             MIDDENDORFF	               $402	                $30	      $15	       $447V
                               Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	                            Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.                                    	            BA-280-02	      174533	 JOBSITE	
                 	            CW-056C-06	 173954	 S142	           W	        10-11:50AM                   	             GRIMALDI	                           $402	       $30	      $15	       $447V
                 	             LOGEMANN	                          $0	       $0	      $155	       $155                  Restricted:	Accounting	students	only.	Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	
                               Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	                            seminar.
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.                                    	            BA-280-03	 174532	 JOBSITE	
                 	            CW-056C-07	 173955	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM                  	             CHRISTENSEN	               $402	                $30	      $15	       $447V
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	      $155                  Restricted:	Project	Management	students	only.	Required:	Instructor	consent	
                               Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	                            &	a	CWE	seminar.
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.
                                                                                                         BI-280	      BIOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 	            CW-056C-08	 173956	 S142	           W	        6:30-8:20PM                  Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	      $155
                               Uses	MS	Access	2003	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	              work experience in the field of biology.
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.                                    	            BI-280-01	      174297	 JOBSITE	
                 ✔	           CW-056C-09	 173957	 OIT152	         TH	       6:30-8:20PM                  	             SCHULZ	                             $402	       $30	      $15	       $447V
                 	             WARNER	                            $0	       $0	       $155	      $155                  Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	Seminar.
                               Uses	MS	Access	2007	software.	Recommended:	Access	2003/2007	
                               Intermediate	or	equivalent	experience.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.    HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                              course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-             TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                    department first class
                      see page 14.

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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


CDT-280	     DRAFTING	TECHNOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                         CS-280	      COMPUTER	SCIENCE/CWE,	3-6V	CREDITS
Course is intended to provide the student with a learning experience                       Cooperative work experience. Provides supervised work experience




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related to their course of study and career goal. Major emphasis will                      to supplement the school experience from the academic classroom
be given to work-based learning experience and training.                                   environment. User support, work with computer applications or
	            CDT-280-01	 176735	 JOBSITE	                                                  programming languages, install or manage PC computer systems,
	             KEALA	                      $402	               $30	     $15	       $447V    and website development.
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                	            CS-280-01	      174345	 S181	        W	          12-12:50PM
CDT-281	     DRAFTING	TECHNOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                         	             EATON	                              $402	       $30	     $15	         $447V
Combines work-based learning experience in drafting and design                                           Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-121,	
with a seminar focus on communication, teamwork, success, and                                            pass	CS-140	&	pass	CS-160.
setting goals.                                                                             ECE-280	     EARLY	CHILDHOOD	EDUCATION/CWE,	3	CREDITS
    	        CDT-281-20	 176736	 ONLINE	                                                   Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
	             KEALA	                              $402	       $30	     $50	       $482V    early childhood education.
              Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	kellyk@clackamas.edu	or	         	            ECE-280-01	     175665	 JOBSITE	
              503-657-6958	x2653.	Restricted:	Drafting	Technology	students.	Required:	     	             MCILVEEN	                            $201	      $15	       $15	        $231
              Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	CWE-281-20.                                               Contact:	patriciam@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2240.	Required:
CDT-282	     DRAFTING	TECHNOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                       Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	CWE-281-30.
Combines work-based learning experience in drafting and design                             ED-272	      PRACTICUM	III,	4	CREDITS
with a seminar.                                                                            Educational field experience in a classroom setting for students pur-
    	        CDT-282-20	 176737	 ONLINE	                                                   suing careers in early childhood education.
	             KEALA	                              $402	       $30	     $50	       $482V    	            ED-272-01	      175676	 DJ225	       TH	         2-4:20PM
              Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	kellyk@clackamas.edu	or	         	             MCILVEEN	                           $268	       $20	     $0	           $288
              503-657-6958	x2653.	Restricted:	Drafting	Technology	students.	Required:	                   Required:	Instructor	consent.	Meets:	4/2,	4/30,	5/21	&	6/11.	Contact:	
              Instructor	consent.	Prerequisites:	CDT-281.Corequisite:	CWE-282-20.                        patriciam@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2240.	Prerequisites:	ED-270	
CDT-283	     DRAFTING	TECHNOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                       &	ED-271.
Combines work-based learning experience in drafting and design                             ENG-280	 ENGLISH/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
with a seminar.                                                                            Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
    	        CDT-283-20	 176738	 ONLINE	                                                   English studies.
	             KEALA	                              $402	       $30	     $50	       $482V    	            ENG-280-01	 175165	 JOBSITE	
              Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	kellyk@clackamas.edu	or	         	             GRAY	                       $402	               $30	       $15	       $447V
              503-657-6958	x2653.	Restricted:	Drafting	Technology	students.	Required:	                   Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
              Instructor	consent.	Prerequisites:	CDT-282	&	CWE-282.	Corequisite:	          ERM-180	 ENERGY	&	RESOURCE	MGMT/CWE,	3	CREDITS
              CWE-283-20.
                                                                                           Provides practical work experience in an energy or utility company
CDT-284	     DRAFTING	TECHNOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                         under the supervision of the instructor & employer.
Combines work-based learning experience in drafting and design                             ✔	           ERM-180-01	 177364	
with a seminar.                                                                            	             STAFF	                               $0	        $0	        $201	       $201
    	        CDT-284-20	 176739	 ONLINE	                                                                 Required:	Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	ERM	107.	Contact:	Bernice	Ivey	
	             KEALA	                              $402	       $30	     $50	       $482V                  503-594-0942	or	bernicei@clackamas.edu.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.
              Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	kellyk@clackamas.edu	or	         EST-180	     EMPLOYMENT	SKILLS	TRAINING/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
              503-657-6958	x2653.	Restricted:	Drafting	Technology	students.	Required:	
                                                                                           Provide students with work based training related to his/her career
              Instructor	consent.	Prerequisites:	CDT-283	&	CWE-283.	Corequisite:	
              CWE-284-20.                                                                  goal. Focus on career goals through individualized instruction with
                                                                                           a local employer.
CJA-280	     CRIM	JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                    	            EST-180-01	 176497	 CC109	
Identifies employment opportunities in the criminal justice or cor-                        	             BLESSMAN	                            $402	      $30	       $100	      $532V
rections system. Students must be enrolled full-time in the criminal                                     Contact:	davidb@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2267.	Required:	Instruc-
justice or corrections program. CWE seminar required. Course re-                                         tor	consent	&	EST	seminar.
lated practicum. For seminar requirement, students must be concur-
rently enrolled in CJA-170.                                                                FRP-180	     WILDLAND	FIRE/CWE,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                           Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field
	            CJA-280-01	     176995	 JOBSITE	
                                                                                           of wildland fire fighting.
	             KRAMER	                             $402	       $30	     $15	       $447V
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	tinak@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-       	            FRP-180-01	 176759	 JOBSITE	
              6958	x2603.	Corequisite:	CJA-170.                                            	             LAUGLE	                     $0	                 $0	        $216	       $216
                                                                                                         Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	toml@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
CJA-281	     CRIM	JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                  6958	x2319.
Identifies employment opportunities in the criminal justice or cor-
rections system. Students must be enrolled full-time in the criminal                       FRP-180	     WILDLAND	FIRE/CWE,	6	CREDITS
justice or corrections program. CWE seminar required. Course re-                           Provides student with work-based learning experience in the field of
lated practicum. For seminar requirement, students must be concur-                         wildland fire fighting.
rently enrolled in CJA-170.                                                                	            FRP-180-02	 176760	 JOBSITE	
	            CJA-281-01	     176997	 JOBSITE	                                              	             LAUGLE	                     $0	                 $0	        $447	       $447
                                                                                                         Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	toml@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
	             KRAMER	                             $402	       $30	     $15	       $447V
                                                                                                         6958	x2319.
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	tinak@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
              6958	x2603.	Corequisite:	CJA-170.                                            FRP-280	     WILDLAND	FIRE/ADVANCED	CWE,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                           Provides student with work-based learning experience in the field of
                                                                                           wildland fire fighting.
                                                                                           	            FRP-280-01	 176776	 JOBSITE	
                                                                                           	             LAUGLE	                     $0	                 $0	        $216	       $216
                                                                                                         Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	toml@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
                                                                                                         6958	x2319.




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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


                 Cooperative Work Experience, continued                                                       HS-282	      HUMAN	SERVICES	GENERALIST	III/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                                                                                                              Cooperative Work Experience level III. Supervised experience in hu-
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                 FRP-280	     WILDLAND	FIRE/ADVANCED	CWE,	6	CREDITS                                           man services occupations.
                 	            FRP-280-02	 176777	 JOBSITE	                                                    	            HS-282-01	      177259	 CC152	
                 	             LAUGLE	                     $0	 $0	 $447	                              $447    	             BROWN	                               $402	      $30	       $15	       $447V
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	toml@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-                        Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	mindyb@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
                               6958	x2319.                                                                                  6958	x2250.	Prerequisite:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	completion	of	
                                                                                                                            HS-170.	Corequisite:	CWE-283-26.
                 GEO-280	 GEOGRAPHY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                            HST-280	     HISTORY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 geography.                                                                                   Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 	            GEO-280-01	 175202	 JOBSITE	
                                                                                                              history.
                                                                                                              	            HST-280-01	 175254	 JOBSITE	
                 	             KEELER	                     $402	               $30	       $15	       $447V
                               Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                  	             FLOWERS	                    $402	               $30	       $15	       $447V
                                                                                                                            Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                 GIS-280	     GIS/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field                           J-280	       JOURNALISM/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 of geographic information systems (GIS).                                                     Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 	            GIS-280-01	     176787	 JOBSITE	
                                                                                                              journalism.
                                                                                                              	            J-280-01	       175272	 JOBSITE	
                 	             KOTZE	                               $402	      $30	       $15	       $447V
                               Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                  	             JONES	                               $402	      $30	       $15	       $447V
                                                                                                                            Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                 HE-280	      HEALTH/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                            J-280	       PUBLIC	RELATIONS/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 health.                                                                                      Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 	            HE-280-01	      176531	 R101	
                                                                                                              public relations.
                                                                                                              	            J-280-02	       175273	 JOBSITE	
                 	             WOODS	                               $402	      $30	       $15	       $447V
                               Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                  	             JONES	                               $402	      $30	       $15	       $447V
                                                                                                                            Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                 HOR-280	 HORTICULTURE/CWE,	3	CREDITS
                 Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various                            MFG-280	 MANUFACTURING	TECH/CWE,	1-6V	CREDITS
                 segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing 9                        Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field
                 credits of horticulture courses. May be repeated up to 6 credits.                            of manufacturing.
                 	            HOR-280-01	 174887	 JOBSITE	                                                    	            MFG-280-01	 176857	 JOBSITE	
                 	             NELSON	                     $201	               $15	       $15	        $231    	             MATTSON	                    $402	               $30	       $15	       $447V
                               Required:	A	CWE	seminar.                                                                     Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.

                 HOR-281	 HORTICULTURE/CWE,	6	CREDITS                                                         MTH-280	 MATHEMATICS/CWE,	1-6V	CREDITS
                 Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various                            Cooperative work experience. Practical experience in teaching,
                 segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing 9                        tutoring or applying mathematics while supervised by a teacher or
                 credits of horticulture courses.                                                             mathematician.
                 	            HOR-281-01	 174888	 JOBSITE	                                                    	            MTH-280-01	 178991	 JOBSITE	
                 	             NELSON	                     $402	               $30	       $15	       $447V    	             BARATTO	                    $0	                 $0	        $0	           $0	
                               Required:	A	CWE	seminar.                                                                     Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.

                 HOR-282	 HORTICULTURE/CWE,	3	CREDITS                                                         MUS-280	 MUSIC/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various                            Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing 9                        music.
                 credits of horticulture courses. May be repeated up to 6 credits.                            	            MUS-280-01	 175398	 JOBSITE	
                 	            HOR-282-01	 174889	 JOBSITE	                                                    	             DOGGETT/LOTZ	               $402	               $30	       $114	      $546V
                                                                                                                            Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.	Prerequisites:	Pass	
                 	             NELSON	                     $201	               $15	       $15	        $231
                                                                                                                            MUS-107,	pass	MUS-140	&	pass	MUS-142.
                               Required:	A	CWE	seminar.
                                                                                                              OST-180	     OCCUPATIONAL	SKILLS	TRAINING/CWE,	1-12V	CREDITS
                 HS-280	      HUMAN	SERVICES	GENERALIST	I/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 Cooperative work experience with supervision in many areas of hu-                            Provides students hands-on training in a specific occupational area.
                 man services occupations.                                                                    The class, and program are designed for students who need work-
                                                                                                              based training, and classroom instruction to be competitively em-
                 	            HS-280-01	      177257	 CC152	
                                                                                                              ployable.
                 	             BROWN	                               $402	      $30	       $15	       $447V
                                                                                                              	            OST-180-01	 176509	 CC109	            		         	
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:mindyb@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
                               6958	x2250.	Prerequisite:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	completion	of	   	             BLESSMAN	                            $0	        $0	        $810	      $810V
                               HS-170.	Corequisite:	CWE-281-26.                                                             Contact:	davidb@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2267.	Required:
                                                                                                                            Instructor	consent.
                 HS-281	      HUMAN	SERVICES	GENERALIST	II/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 Cooperative work experience level II. Supervised experience in hu-                           PE-280	      PHYSICAL	EDUCATION/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 man services occupations.                                                                    Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 	            HS-281-01	      177258	 CC152	
                                                                                                              physical education.
                                                                                                              	            PE-280-01	      176621	 R101	
                 	             BROWN	                               $402	      $30	       $15	       $447V
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	mindyb@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-        	             WOODS	                               $402	      $30	       $15	       $447V
                               6958	x2250.	Prerequisite:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	completion	of	                 Required:	Instructor	consent.
                               HS-170.	Corequisite:	CWE-282-26.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.        HYB Classroom/online             V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                  course-see page 15.             cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                 TBA To be arranged: contact      NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                        department first class
                      see page 14.

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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


PS-280	      POLITICAL	SCIENCE/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                               WqT-180	 WATER	&	ENVIRONMENTAL	PROJ	I,	5	CREDITS
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                              Practical work experience in a municipal, industrial treatment,




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political science.                                                                             distribution, or collection system. Placement in consulting firms,
	            PS-280-01	      175410	 JOBSITE	                                                  federal and state regulatory agencies, BLM, BPA, and other regulated
	             KEELER	                               $402	     $30	        $15	       $447V     governmental organizations.
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                    	            WQT-180-01	 175011	 P131	             W	        1-2:50PM
PSY-280	     PSYCHOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                      	            LEWIS	                                $335	     $25	     $22	          $382
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                            Required:	12	hrs/wk	TBA.	Corequisite:	Inclusive	CWE	Seminar.
psychology.
	
	
             PSY-280-01	 175441	 JOBSITE	
              GROSSMANN	                  $402	               $30	        $15	       $447V
                                                                                               Cooperative Work Experience: Seminar
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                    “COREQUISITE” for Cooperative Work Experience classes listed above. All
                                                                                               students must also register for the appropriate Cooperative Work Experience
R-280	       RELIGION/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                                                                                               class.
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
religion.                                                                                      CWE-281	 COOPERATIVE	WORK	EXPERIENCE	SEMINAR	I,	0	CREDIT
	            R-280-01	       175448	 JOBSITE	                                                  The seminar provides an opportunity to develop the career manage-
	             TOEBBEN	                              $402	     $30	        $15	       $447V     ment skills necessary to obtain, and sustain employment. Prepares
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                    students for career success. Corequisite for program specific CWE
SM-280	      ELECT/MICROELECTRONICS	CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                          courses.
Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field                             	            CWE-281-05	 176485	 S181	             W	        12-12:50PM
of microelectronics or electronics.                                                            	             EATON	                               $0	       $0	      $0	                $0
	            SM-280-01	      176864	 JOBSITE	                                                                Restricted:	Computer	Science	students	only.	Required:	Instructor	Consent.
	             MATTSON	                              $402	     $30	        $15	       $447V     	            CWE-281-30	 178427	 DJ225	            T	        2-4:20PM
              Restricted:	Microelectronics	or	electronics	students.	Required:	Instructor	      	             MCILVEEN	                            $0	       $0	      $0	                $0
              consent	and	a	CWE	seminar.                                                                     Meets:	3/31,	4/28,	5/19	&	6/9.	Contact:	patriciam@clackamas.edu	or	
                                                                                                             503-657-6958	x2240.	Restricted:	ECE-280	students.	Required:	Instructor	
SOC-280	     SOCIOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                                     consent.	Corequisite:	ECE-280-01.
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
sociology.                                                                                     CWE-281	 COOPERATIVE	WORK	EXPERIENCE	SEMINAR	I,	0	CREDIT
	            SOC-280-01	 175460	 JOBSITE	                                                      Prepares students for career success. Uses on-the-job learning experi-
	             KEELER	                     $402	               $30	        $15	       $447V     ence and case studies to stimulate decision making & discussion.
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                        	        CWE-281-06	 176486	 ONLINE	
                                                                                               	             STAPLETON	                           $0	       $0	         $35	        $35
SP-280	      SPEECH/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                                        Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	jodis@
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                            clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2273.
communications.                                                                                    	        CWE-281-20	 176487	 ONLINE	
	            SP-280-01	      175488	 JOBSITE	                                                  	             KEALA	                               $0	       $0	         $35	        $35
	             BRENNAN	                              $402	     $30	        $15	       $447V                   Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	kellyk@clackamas.edu	or	
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                                  503-657-6958	x2653.	Restricted:	Drafting	Technology	students.	Corequisite:	
SP-280	      SPEECH/CWE-SPEAKER’S	BUREAU,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                       CDT-281-20.
	            SP-280-02	 175489	 JOBSITE	                                                           	        CWE-281-26	 176488	 ONLINE	
	             BRENNAN	                   $0	 $0	   $0	                                    $0   	             STAPLETON	                           $0	       $0	         $35	        $35
              Restricted:	Speaker’s	Bureau	students	only.	Required:	Instructor	consent.                      Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	jodis@
SPN-280	     SPANISH/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                                       clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2273.
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                              CWE-282	 COOPERATIVE	WORK	EXPERIENCE	SEMINAR	II,	0	CREDIT
Spanish.                                                                                       The seminar provides an opportunity to develop the career man-
	            SPN-280-01	 175585	 JOBSITE	                                                      agement skills necessary to advance a career. Uses case studies, and
	             MILLER	                     $402	               $30	        $15	       $447V     special projects.
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                        	        CWE-282-06	 176489	 ONLINE	
TA-280	      THEATRE/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                         	             STAPLETON	                           $0	       $0	         $35	        $35
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                            Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	jodis@
                                                                                                             clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2273.	Prerequisite:	CWE-281.
theatre.
                                                                                                   	        CWE-282-20	 176490	 ONLINE	
	            TA-280-01	  175602	 JOBSITE	
                                                                                               	             KEALA	                               $0	       $0	         $35	        $35
	             SMITH-ENGLISH	              $402	               $30	        $15	       $447V
                                                                                                             Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	kellyk@clackamas.edu	or	
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                                                                                                             503-657-6958	x2653.	Restricted:	Drafting	Technology	students.	Prerequi-
TTL-180	     TRANSPORTATION	LOGISTICS/CWE,	6	CREDITS                                                         sites:	CDT-281	&	CWE-281.	Corequisite:	CDT-282-20.
Provides work-based learning experience in the field of transporta-                                	        CWE-282-26	 176491	 ONLINE	
tion and logistics.                                                                            	             STAPLETON	                           $0	       $0	         $35	        $35
	            TTL-180-01	     176937	 JOBSITE	 MTW	            8-2:30PM                                       Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	jodis@
	             STAFF	                          $0	             $0	      $500	          $500                   clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2273.	Prerequisite:	CWE-281.
              Required:	Instructor	consent	and	a	weekly	CWE	seminar.	Contact	laneb@            CWE-283	 COOPERATIVE	WORK	EXPERIENCE	SEMINAR	III,	0	CREDIT
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x3152.
                                                                                               This advanced seminar provides an opportunity to conduct an inde-
WLD-280	 WELDING	TECHNOLOGY/CWE,	1-6V	CREDITS                                                  pendent study of the career management skills necessary to develop
Provides students with work-based experience in the field of weld-                             advanced skills in obtaining, sustaining, and advancing employ-
ing.                                                                                           ment.
	            WLD-280-01	 178417	 JOBSITE	                                                          	        CWE-283-06	 176492	 ONLINE	
	            CALDERA/WILLIAMS	            $402	               $30	        $15	       $447V     	             STAPLETON	                           $0	       $0	         $35	        $35
              Restricted:	welding	students.	Required:	instructor	consent	and	a	CWE	semi-                     Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	jodis@
              nar.	Contact	Sue	Caldera	at	503-657-6958	x2013	or	suec@clackamas.edu	or	                       clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2273.	Prerequisite:	CWE-282.
              Dave	Williams	at	503-657-6958	x2535	or	davidwi@clackamas.edu.


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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


                 Cooperative Work Experience: Seminar, continued                                                 CJA-142	     STATISTICS	FOR	CRIME	ANALYSIS,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                                 Introduces mathemetical/statistical tools needed for simple crime
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                                                                                                                 analysis through statistics.
                      	           CWE-283-20	 176493	 ONLINE	
                                                                                                                     	        CJA-142-01	     176969	 ONLINE	
                 	                 KEALA	                              $0	       $0	         $35	        $35
                                  Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	kellyk@clackamas.edu	or	           	             NELSON	                             $67	       $5	        $35	       $107
                                  503-657-6958	x2653.	Restricted:	Drafting	Technology	students.	Prerequi-                      Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	kurtn@
                                  sites:	CDT-282	&	CWE-282.	Corequisite:	CDT-283-20.                                           clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2147.	Prerequisite:	CJA-140.
                      	           CWE-283-26	 176494	 ONLINE	                                                    CJA-143	     CRIME	ANALYSIS	VIA	STATISTICAL	ANALYSIS,	1	CREDIT
                 	                 STAPLETON	                          $0	       $0	         $35	        $35     Explores statistical tool application in crime analysis and demon-
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	jodis@       strates use in: tactical, strategic, and administrative crime analysis
                                  clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2273.	Prerequisite:	CWE-282.                    using case-study method.
                 CWE-284	 COOPERATIVE	WORK	EXPERIENCE	SEMINAR	IV,	0	CREDIT                                           	        CJA-143-01	     176970	 ONLINE	
                 Applicable in a limited number of programs.                                                     	             NELSON	                             $67	       $5	        $35	       $107
                      	           CWE-284-06	 176495	 ONLINE	                                                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	kurtn@
                                                                                                                               clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2147.	Prerequisites:	CJA-140	&	CJA-142.
                 	                 STAPLETON	                          $0	       $0	         $35	        $35
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	jodis@       CJA-144	     CRIME	ANALYSIS	VIA	MODUS	OPERANDI,	1	CREDIT
                                  clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2273.	Prerequisite:	CWE-283.                    Examines tactical crime analysis through modus operandi analysis,
                      	           CWE-284-20	 176496	 ONLINE	                                                    characteristics to identify factors for crime types and classifications
                 	                 KEALA	                              $0	       $0	         $35	        $35     to provide solvability factors and suspect identification.
                                  Distance	Learning:	Correspondence.	Contact:	kellyk@clackamas.edu	or	               	        CJA-144-01	     176971	 ONLINE	
                                  503-657-6958	x2653.	Restricted:	Drafting	Technology	students.	Prerequi-        	             NELSON	                             $67	       $5	        $35	       $107
                                  sites:	CDT-283	&	CWE-283.	Corequisite:	CDT-284-20.                                           Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	kurtn@
                                                                                                                               clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2147.	Prerequisite:	CJA-140.

                 Criminal Justice                                                                                CJA-145	     CRIME	ANALYSIS	CAPSTONE,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                                 Final course of Crime Analysis series. Case-study methodology is
                 For more information on Criminal Justice, Corrections, credit for completion                    used to formulate real decisions and use of the proper application of
                 of D.P.S.S.T. or law enforcement academies contact Richard Ashbaugh at                          statistical and mapping tools, including modus operandi analysis.
                 dicka@clackamas.edu or 503-657-6958, ext. 2237.                                                     	        CJA-145-01	     176972	 ONLINE	
                 CJA-101	         CRIMINOLOGY,	3	CREDITS                                                         	             NELSON	                             $67	       $5	        $35	       $107
                 Discusses the nature and control of crime and delinquency. Exam-                                              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	kurtn@
                                                                                                                               clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2147.	Prerequisites:	CJA-140,	CJA-142	
                 ines criminal behaviors, legal aspects of crime control and treatment
                                                                                                                               &	CJA-144.
                 processes. Socio-psychological study of crime from the criminal
                 point of view.                                                                                  CJA-146	     CRIME	ANALYSIS/LINK	ANALYSIS,	1	CREDIT
                 	                CJA-101-01	    176954	 C136	         W	        6-8:50PM                        Examines tactical crime analysis through Link Analysis and other
                 	                 FLIPPO	                             $201	     $15	     $0	           $216     forms of graphical analysis. Presents development of the graphic
                      	           CJA-101-02	    176955	 ONLINE	                                                 analytical techniques for Link Analysis, flow chart analysis and tele-
                 	                 FLIPPO	                             $201	     $15	        $35	       $251     phone toll analysis.
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	iflipp@          	        CJA-146-01	     176973	 ONLINE	
                                  clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2255.	Recommended:	Broadband	Internet	          	             BAIRD	                              $67	       $5	        $35	       $107
                                  access.                                                                                      Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	markb@
                                                                                                                               clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2611.	Prerequisite:	CJA-140.
                 CJA-112	         PATROL	PROCEDURES,	3	CREDITS
                 Describes the nature and purpose of patrol activities for the law en-                           CJA-147	     INTRO	PROFILING	VIOLENT	CRIMES,	1	CREDIT
                 forcement officer. Includes routine and emergency procedures and                                Examines: psychological profiling history; arson, murder, rape, pe-
                 types of patrols.                                                                               dophilia, terrorism, and misuses such as racial profiling.
                      	           CJA-112-01	    178419	 ONLINE	                                                     	        CJA-147-01	     176974	 ONLINE	
                 	                 M.	NOLAN	                           $201	     $15	        $35	       $251     	             BAIRD	                              $67	       $5	        $35	       $107
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	mnolan@                    Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	markb@
                                  clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2149.	Recommended:	Broadband	Internet	                        clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2611.	Prerequisite:	CJA-140.
                                  access.                                                                        CJA-148	     CRIME	SCENE	ANALYSIS:	PROFILE,	1	CREDIT
                 CJA-140	         INTRODUCTION	TO	CRIME	ANALYSIS,	1	CREDIT                                       Provides case-study methodology using rape and serial murder psy-
                 Examines history and development of crime analysis in the field of                              chological profiling examples.
                 criminal justice.                                                                                   	        CJA-148-01	     176975	 ONLINE	
                      	           CJA-140-01	    176967	 ONLINE	                                                 	             BAIRD	                              $67	       $5	        $35	       $107
                 	                 NELSON	                             $67	      $5	         $35	       $107                   Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	markb@
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	kurtn@                     clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2611.	Prerequisites:	CJA-140	&	CJA-147.
                                  clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2147.                                           CJA-149	     RESEARCH	METHOD/CRIME	ANALYSIS,	1	CREDIT
                 CJA-141	         INTRO	TO	CRIME	MAPPING,	1	CREDIT                                               Examines statistical information needed for research of administra-
                 Examines evolution of crime mapping in law enforcement. De-                                     tive crime analysis. Demonstrates survey methodology used to mea-
                 scribes basic uses including pin mapping, grid mapping, GIS for                                 sure crime and its impact.
                 crime analysis, and geo-coding for law enforcement.                                                 	        CJA-149-01	     176976	 ONLINE	
                      	           CJA-141-01	    176968	 ONLINE	                                                 	             BAIRD	                              $67	       $5	        $35	       $107
                 	                 NELSON	                             $67	      $5	         $35	       $107                   Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	markb@
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	kurtn@                     clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2611.	Prerequisite:	CJA-140.
                                  clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2147.	Prerequisite:	CJA-140.




                 ✔	       Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.        HYB Classroom/online             V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                          campus, other off campus                                                 course-see page 15.             cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                          location                            Distance Learning:
                                                              Correspondence-                 TBA To be arranged: contact      NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 140.
                          Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                        department first class
                          see page 14.

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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


CJA-150	     INTRO	TO	POLICE	INTELLIGENCE,	1	CREDIT                                        	         CJA-203-03	 179292	 C136	  TTH	   9-10:20AM
Examines the basic police intelligence mission. Demonstrates five-                         	          E.	NOLAN	                 $201	  $15	     $0	                            $216




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step intelligence process, illustrates differences between tactical                        CJA-211		CRIMINAL	INVESTIGATION	II,	3	CREDITS
intelligence (investigative unit), strategic intelligence, and opera-                      Continues the study and application of investigative techniques for
tional intelligence. Discusses legal limitations to information                            specific offenses. Identifies similarities, differences, and elements of
gathering.                                                                                 proof needed under state statutes.
    	        CJA-150-01	     176977	 ONLINE	                                                   	        CJA-211-01	     179270	 ONLINE
	             BAIRD	                              $67	      $5	         $35	       $107    	             E.	NOLAN	                           $201	     $15	        $35	        $251
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	markb@                   Distance	Learning:		Online.		Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu		Contact:	erinN@
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2611.	Prerequisite:	CJA-140.                                clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2148.	Prerequisite:		CJA-210	or	instructor	
CJA-151	     CRIMINAL	INTELLIGENCE	ANALYSIS,	1	CREDIT                                                    consent.
Discusses the legal limitations to intelligence information gathering:                     CJA-212	     CRIMINAL	INVESTIGATION	III,	3	CREDITS
basic police intelligence mission and five-step intelligence process.                      Final part of the Criminal Investigation series. Applies techniques
Illustrates differences between tactical intelligence (investigative                       acquired in CJA-210 Criminal Investigation I and CJA-211 Criminal
unit), strategic, and operational intelligence.                                            Investigation II. Includes investigative techniques from a practical
    	        CJA-151-01	     176978	 ONLINE	                                               aspect, with some “hands-on” experimentation, including finger-
	             BAIRD	                              $67	      $5	         $35	       $107    printing, photography, diagramming, and reconstruction.
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	markb@      	            CJA-212-01	     176987	 C151	        TTH	      10:30-11:50AM
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2611.	Prerequisites:	CJA-140	&	CJA-150.
                                                                                           	             E.	NOLAN	                           $201	     $15	      $25	          $241
CJA-152	     CRIME	SCENE	ANALYSIS:	CAPSTONE,	1	CREDIT                                                    Prerequisite:	CJA-211	or	instructor	consent.	Contact:	erinN@clackamas.edu	
Final course for the Crime Scene Analysis series uses case-study                                         or	503-657-6958	x2148.
methodology to examine a crime scene and formulate real decisions                          	            CJA-212-02	     176988	 C151	        T	        6-8:50PM
using proper application of analytical tools.                                              	             KRAMER	                             $201	     $15	     $25	           $241
    	        CJA-152-01	     176979	 ONLINE	                                                             Prerequisite:	CJA-211	or	instructor	consent.	Contact:	tinak@clackamas.edu	
	             BAIRD	                              $67	      $5	         $35	       $107                  or	503-657-6958	x2603.
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	markb@     CJA-222	     PROCEDURAL	LAW,	3	CREDITS
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2611.	Prerequisites:	CJA-140,	CJA-147	        Discusses the constitutional and statutory provisions related to ar-
              &	CJA-148.                                                                   rest, search and seizure. Includes use of deadly force, admissions,
CJA-153	     CRIME	INTELLIGENCE	ANALYSIS	CAPSTONE,	1	CREDIT                                interrogations, plain view limitations, law of stop and frisk, and of-
Final part of Criminal Intelligence Analysis series. Students demon-                       ficer testimony.
strate: threat assessments, threat summaries, threat estimates, crime                      	            CJA-222-01	 176989	 C151	 MW	                  9-10:20AM
intelligence analysis reports and recommendations, and supporting                          	             EMMAL	                   $201	                $15	     $0	            $216
documentation such as link analysis tools.                                                 	            CJA-222-02	 176990	 C151	 M	                   6-8:50PM
    	        CJA-153-01	     176980	 ONLINE	                                               	             HEALY	                   $201	                $15	     $0	            $216
	             BAIRD	                              $67	      $5	         $35	       $107    CJA-230	     JUVENILE	CORRECTIONS,	3	CREDITS
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	markb@
                                                                                           Studies historical and contemporary perspectives on juvenile offend-
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2611.	Prerequisites:	CJA-140,	CJA-146,	
              CJA-150	&	CJA-151.
                                                                                           ers, juvenile code, juvenile court and procedures. Describes treat-
                                                                                           ment programs and the differences between adult and juvenile court
CJA-170	     CAREERS	IN	CRIMINAL	JUSTICE	FIELDS,	3	CREDITS                                 laws and procedures.
Discusses career opportunities throughout the criminal justice sys-                        	            CJA-230-01	 176991	 C136	 TH	   6-8:50PM
tem, including law enforcement, the practice of law, courts, correc-                       	             HANSEN	                  $201	 $15	     $0	 $216
tions, and private security. Addresses hiring, promotions, and work-
place ethics. This course is required as preparation for participation                     CJA-240	     CULTURAL	DIVERSITY/LAW	ENFORCEMENT,	3	CREDITS
in Criminal Justice/Corrections Cooperative Work Experience.                               Provides information and guidelines on how law enforcement pro-
	            CJA-170-01	 179045	 C136	 W	    10:30-11:50AM                                 fessionals can effectively work with diverse cultural groups, both in-
	             FLIPPO	                  $201	 $15	      $0	                         $216
                                                                                           side their organizations as well as in the community. Explores racial
                                                                                           profiling, hate crimes, community based policing, undocumented
CJA-200	     COMMUNITY	RELATIONS	&	POLICING,	3	CREDITS                                     immigrants and alternative lifestyles in law enforcement.
Examines interrelationships and role expectations of agencies and                              	        CJA-240-01	     176994	
public policy. Explores racial community tension, minority group                           	             KRAMER	                             $201	     $15	        $35	        $251
crime, social forces, community policing and police conduct.                                             Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	tinak@
    	        CJA-200-01	     178413	 ONLINE	                                                             clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2603.	Recommended:	Broadband	Internet	
	             E.	NOLAN	                           $201	     $15	        $35	       $251                  access.
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	erinN@
                                                                                           CJA-280	     CRIMINAL	JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2148.	Recommended:	Broadband	Internet	
              access.
                                                                                           Identifies employment opportunities in the criminal justice or cor-
                                                                                           rections system. Students must be enrolled full-time in the criminal
CJA-201	     JUVENILE	DELINqUENCY,	3	CREDITS                                               justice or corrections program. CWE seminar required. Course re-
Surveys the nature and extent of delinquent behavior. Explores                             lated practicum. For seminar requirement, students must be concur-
causes, legal apprehension, controls and treatment.                                        rently enrolled in CJA-170.
	            CJA-201-01	 176982	 C136	 MW	                  9-10:20AM                      	            CJA-280-01	     176995	 JOBSITE	
	             FLIPPO	                  $201	                $15	     $0	           $216    	             KRAMER	                             $402	     $30	        $15	       $447V
CJA-203	     CRISIS	INTERVENTION,	3	CREDITS                                                              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	tinak@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
Examines crisis intervention as it applies to emergency service work-                                    6958	x2603.	Corequisite:	CJA-170.
ers. Includes psychodynamics of family crisis; alcohol/drug related
problems; suicide; sexual assault victims; domestic violence; men-
tally disturbed; neglected; battered; and abused children.
	            CJA-203-02	     176984	 C136	        M	        6-8:50PM
	             M.	NOLAN	                           $201	     $15	     $0	           $216
    	        CJA-203-01	     176983	 ONLINE	
	             M.	NOLAN	                           $201	     $15	        $35	       $251
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	mnolan@
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2149.	Recommended:	Broadband	Internet	
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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, continued                                                                    DA-106	      CLINICAL	PROCEDURES	III,	2	CREDITS
                                                                                                                Introduction to basic procedures, tray set-up, and dental materials of
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                 CJA-281	         CRIMINAL	JUSTICE/CORRECTIONS/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                dental specialties: pedodontic, orthodontic, periodontics, oral sur-
                 Identifies employment opportunities in the criminal justice or cor-                            gery, and endodontics. Continue to perfect EFDA skills. Preclinical
                 rections system. Students must be enrolled full-time in the criminal                           instruction in amalgam and composite polishing will be taught.
                 justice or corrections program. CWE seminar required. Course re-                               ✔	           DA-106-03	      178536	 H340	         M	         9-11:50AM
                 lated practicum. For seminar requirement, students must be concur-                             	            	               	       H310	         M	         9-11:50AM
                 rently enrolled in CJA-170.                                                                    	              CORONA	                             $134	      $10	     $225	         $369
                 	                CJA-281-01	    176997	 JOBSITE	                                                             At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	                 KRAMER	                            $402	     $30	        $15	       $447V    ✔	           DA-106-02	      176919	 H340	         M	         3-5:50PM
                                  Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	tinak@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-        	            	               	       H310	         M	         3-5:50PM
                                  6958	x2603.	Corequisite:	CJA-170.                                             	              CORONA	                             $134	      $10	     $225	         $369
                 HE-205	          YOUTH	ADDICTIONS,	3	CREDITS                                                                 Required:	Instructor	consent.	Prerequisite:	Pass	DA-105	with	a	“C”	or	better.	
                                                                                                                              At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 Increase knowledge of adolescent development and programs de-
                 signed for prevention, assessment, intervention and treatment of                               DA-107	      DENTAL	MATERIALS	I,	3	CREDITS
                 chemically dependent youth. Investigates specific techniques for                               Introduction to physical and chemical properties of dental restor-
                 counseling youth. Required for Criminal Justice & Correction stu-                              ative materials and dental cements. Includes details related to haz-
                 dents.                                                                                         ardous dental materials. Amalgam and composite procedures are
                      	           HE-205-01	     177193	                                                        taught and practiced in a laboratory setting.
                 	                 LUNA	                              $201	     $15	        $35	        $251    ✔	           DA-107-20	      178502	 H340	         TH	        12-2:50PM
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	            	            	               	       H320	         TH	        3:30-5:20PM
                                  michaelL@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2143.	Recommended:	                   	            	               	       H340	         TH	        3:30-5:20PM
                                  Broadband	Internet	access.                                                    	              CORONA	                             $201	      $15	      $125	        $341
                                                                                                                              Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 Dental Assistant                                                                               ✔	
                                                                                                                	
                                                                                                                             DA-107-21	 178503	 H320	
                                                                                                                             	            	     H340	
                                                                                                                                                                   TH	
                                                                                                                                                                   TH	
                                                                                                                                                                              3:30-5:20PM
                                                                                                                                                                              3:30-5:20PM
                 The CCC Dental Assistant program is a three-term program of 49 credits                         	            	            	     H340	              TH	        6-8:50PM
                 which prepares graduates for entry level practice in the dental office setting.                	              CORONA/GIBBONEY	                    $201	      $15	      $125	        $341
                 DA-101	          DENTAL	RADIOLOGY	I,	3	CREDITS                                                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 History and principles of dental radiology, terminology, basic phys-                           DA-110	      CLINICAL	PRACTICUM	I,	1	CREDIT
                 ics associated with x-rays, biological effects of x-rays, anatomical                           Clinical practicum begins in the seventh week of class. Students ap-
                 landmarks, and infection control. Includes radiation health and                                ply basic dental assisting procedures taught in weeks one through
                 safety, types of film and holders, film processing, film mounting, x-                          six. All protocols are followed to allow for student and patient safety
                 ray equipment, infection control techniques, disposal of hazardous                             and protection. A minimum of eight supervised unpaid hours per
                 waste, and exposure techniques on manikins.                                                    week is required for term one practicum. Students will participate in
                 ✔	               DA-101-20	     178454	   H340	      W	        12-2:50PM                       two seminars held during the term.
                 	                	              	         H360	      W	        12-2:50PM                       ✔	           DA-110-20	      178504	 TBA	          T	         8-4:50PM
                 	                	              	         H340	      W	        3:30-5:20PM                     	             CORONA	                              $67	       $5	      $30	          $102
                 	                	              	         H360	      W	        3:30-5:20PM                                   At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	                  CORONA	                           $201	     $15	      $75	          $291    DA-115	      DENTAL	SCIENCE,	1	CREDIT
                                  Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                          Introduction to anatomy and physiology including major body sys-
                 ✔	               DA-101-21	 178488	       H360	      W	        3:30-5:20PM                     tems, head and neck anatomy, oral embryology and histology, tooth
                 	                	            	           H340	      W	        3:30-5:20PM                     morphology, oral pathology, and dental charting.
                 	                	            	           H340	      W	        6-8:50PM                        ✔	           DA-115-20	      178505	 H320	         F	         10-11:20AM
                 	                	            	           H360	      W	        6-8:50PM                        	             STAFF	                               $67	       $5	      $30	          $102
                 	                  CORONA/GIBBONEY	                  $201	     $15	      $75	          $291                  Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                  Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                          DA-125	      DENTAL	INFECTION	CONTROL,	1	CREDIT
                 DA-104	          CLINICAL	PROCEDURES	I,	3	CREDITS                                              Introduction to microbiology, infection control, cross-contamina-
                 Introduction and practice of basic chairside assisting and general                             tion, instrument processing, methods of sterilization, and instru-
                 procedures which are taught in a dental lab setting. OSHA and HAZ-                             ment storage. Covers OSHA standards of Hazard Communication
                 COM guidelines are practiced. Includes lectures and discussion of                              and Bloodborne Pathogens. Implement management of Material
                 the dental professional, dental law, ethics, HIPAA, and patient re-                            Safety Data Sheets and labeling of hazardous materials.
                 cords. Measuring and recording of vital signs are also covered.                                ✔	           DA-125-20	      178506	 H320	         F	         11:30-12:50PM
                 ✔	               DA-104-20	     178494	 H340	        M	        12-2:50PM                       	             STAFF	                               $67	       $5	       $30	         $102
                 	                	              	       H360	        M	        12-2:50PM                                     Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	                	              	       H360	        M	        3:30-5:20PM
                 	                  MOUNT	                            $201	     $15	      $150	         $366
                                  Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 ✔	               DA-104-21	 178498	 H360	            M	        3:30-5:20PM
                 	                	           	      H340	            M	        6-8:50PM
                 	                	           	      H360	            M	        6-8:50PM
                 	                  MOUNT/GIBBONEY	                   $201	     $15	      $150	         $366
                                  Required:	Instructor	consent	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.




                 ✔	       Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.       HYB Classroom/online             V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                          campus, other off campus                                                course-see page 15.             cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                          location                            Distance Learning:
                                                              Correspondence-                TBA To be arranged: contact      NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 140.
                          Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                       department first class
                          see page 14.

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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


DA-130	      CLINICAL	PRACTICUM	III,	8	CREDITS
Supervised unpaid practice and improvement of advanced clinical                                Driver Education




                                                                                                                                                                                                Course Listing
skills in all areas of chairside dental assisting, laboratory procedures,                      Program	requirements:
specialties, radiology, and EFDA procedures. A minimum of forty-
four hours performing business office procedures will be required.                             • 33 hours classroom instruction and 12 hours behind-the-wheel training
Responsible to meet ten hours of community service. Students will                                (6 hours driving/6 hours observation).
participate in three seminars during the term: orientation seminar;                            • Attendance at all sessions (both classroom and behind-the-wheel).
mid-term seminar and concluding seminar.
✔	           DA-130-01	      176920	 TBA	          TWTH	      8-4:50PM                         • 5 hours home practice driving during the course.
	             CORONA	                              $536	      $40	     $30	          $606      • Workbook packet (available at the CCC bookstore)
              Required:	Instructor	consent	and	ten	hours	community	service.	Prerequisite:	
              Pass	DA-120	with	a	“C”	or	better.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                         Register	now.	See	page	8	for	registration	information.
DA-145	      DENTAL	OFFICE	PROCEDURES,	2	CREDITS                                               Classes fill quickly so early registration is recommended.
A specialized study of dental business office procedures associated
with desk and dental office management responsibilities. Includes                              • Register for DRV-3-01 if the student is under the age of 18, holds a valid
employment strategies.                                                                           driving permit and is attending high school.
✔	           DA-145-01	      176921	 H320	         M	         12:30-2:20PM                     • Register for DRV-3-40* if the student is 18 years or older and/or has a
	             CORONA	                              $134	      $10	      $20	         $164        driver’s license.
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Prerequisite:	Pass	CS-120	with	a	“C”	or	better.	
              At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                           • Oregon City students must also register for one driving lab.
                                                                                               Additional	information:
Digital Multimedia Communications                                                              • The first classroom session includes a segment for parents and guardians
DMC-104	 DIGITAL	VIDEO	EDITING,	4	CREDITS                                                        to join and discuss procedures, helpful tips and provide an opportunity
Students will utilize video editing skills, including logging and cap-                           to meet the classroom and behind-the-wheel instructors. Parents please
turing raw video, assembly of shots on a timeline, and the use of                                come to the first classroom session at 6:30 p.m.
effects in the creation of a final video sequence.
                                                                                               • Students may have to change their driving time in order to ensure all
	            DMC-104-01	 178237	 AC121	            MWF	       12-1:20PM
                                                                                                 drivers have partners and lab times are run sequentially.
	             MINGO	                               $268	      $20	     $48	          $336
              Prerequisite:	Pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.                                • Students must have a valid Oregon Learners Permit by the first classroom
DMC-106	 INTRO	TO	MOTION	GRAPHICS,	3	CREDITS                                                     session and have their permit with them during all classroom sessions
Introduction to the fundamentals of motion graphics design. This                                 and driving labs.
project-based course will explore experimental and new technologi-                             *Students who are 18 and older at course completion or who are licensed
cal approaches to creating digital effects and animation for video
                                                                                               drivers or obtain their license prior to completing the course pay an ad-
and web-based applications.
                                                                                               ditional $150.00 (included in DRV-3-40).
	            DMC-106-01	 177950	 AC121	            TTH	       1-3:50PM
	             WASSON	                              $201	      $15	     $36	          $252      For directions to class locations visit www.clackamas.edu, select
              Recommended:	Previous	experience	with	computer	graphics	and	digital	             “Campuses.”
              video.
DMC-265	 ADVANCED	DIGITAL	FILMMAKING,	4	CREDITS
Applies filmmaking skills to the production of a short film from a                             Driver Education: Oregon City
written script.                                                                                Location:	Clackamas Community College, Oregon City Campus, 19600
	            DMC-265-01	 178254	 R221	             TTH	       3-4:50PM                         Molalla Ave., Oregon City
	             MINGO	                               $268	      $20	     $0	           $288
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	                 Classroom	sessions: Wednesdays, 4:30–7:30 p.m., April 1-June 10.
              placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	DMC-264	or	instructor	consent.           Driving	labs: 2-hour in-car sessions begin Thursday, April 9 and meet
                                                                                               once a week for 6 weeks. Choose from the driving lab times listed below.
Drafting                                                                                       For more information call 503-594-0629.
See “Computer-Aided Drafting.”                                                                 DRV-3	       DRIVER	EDUCATION,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                               	            DRV-3-01	 171945	 C153	 W	                        4:30-7:30PM
                                                                                               	             STAFF	                 $0	                       $0	       $230	           $230
                                                                                                             Restricted	to	students	under	the	age	of	18	with	driving	permits.
                                                                                               	            DRV-3-40	       171948	 C153	          W	         4:30-7:30PM
                                                                                               	             STAFF	                                $0	        $0	       $380	           $380
                                                                                                             Restricted	to	students	18	and	older	and	all	licensed	drivers.
                                                                                               DRV-3L	      DRIVING	LAB,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                               	            DRV-3L-02	 171954	 PKLO	               TH	        3-5:00PM
                                                                                               	             STAFF	                                		         		       		
                                                                                               	            DRV-3L-03	 171955	 PKLO	               TH	        5-7:00PM
                                                                                               	             STAFF	                                		         		       		
                                                                                               	            DRV-3L-04	 171956	 PKLO	               TH	        7-9:00PM
                                                                                               	             STAFF	                                		         		       		
                                                                                               	            DRV-3L-05	 171957	 PKLO	               S	         8-10:00AM
                                                                                               	             STAFF	                                		         		       		
                                                                                               	            DRV-3L-06	 171958	 PKLO	               S	         10-12:00PM
                                                                                               	             STAFF	                                		         		       		
                                                                                               	            DRV-3L-07	 171959	 PKLO	               S	         12-2:00PM
                                                                                               	             STAFF	                                		         		       		
                                                                                               	            DRV-3L-08	 171960	 PKLO	               M	         3-5:00PM
                                                                                               	             STAFF	                                		         		       		
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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


                 Driver Education: Oregon City, continued                                                           EC-202	      PRINCIPLES	OF	ECONOMICS:	MACRO,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                                                    Introduction to economic theory, policy, and institutions. Focuses
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                 	                DRV-3L-09	     171961	 PKLO	          M	         5-7:00PM                         on macro-economic theory, scarcity, production, money, unemploy-
                 	                 STAFF	                               		         		          		                   ment, inflation, and international finance.
                 	                DRV-3L-10	     171962	 PKLO	          M	         7-9:00PM                         	            EC-202-01	 175140	 M258	              MWF	      9-10:05AM
                 	                 STAFF	                               		         		          		                   	             SHACKELFORD	                         $268	     $20	     $0	           $288
                 	                DRV-3L-11	     171963	 PKLO	          T	         3-5:00PM                                       Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                 	                 STAFF	                               		         		          		
                 	
                 	
                                  DRV-3L-12	
                                   STAFF	
                                                 171964	 PKLO	          T	
                                                                        		
                                                                                   5-7:00PM
                                                                                   		          		
                                                                                                                    Education
                                                                                                                    ECE-135	     SELF-ESTEEM	IN	THE	ECE	CLASS,	1	CREDIT
                 	                DRV-3L-13	     171965	 PKLO	          T	         7-9:00PM
                 	                 STAFF                                                                            Self-Esteem in the ECE Classroom Meets: 4/17 & 4/18 CDA CCC
                                                                                                                    Headstart Cohort

                 Driver Education: Wilsonville                                                                      	
                                                                                                                    	
                                                                                                                                 ECE-135-01	 178757	 DJ226	
                                                                                                                                 	           	       DJ226	
                                                                                                                                                            F	
                                                                                                                                                            S	
                                                                                                                                                                 5:30-7:50PM
                                                                                                                                                                 9-4:50PM
                 Location:	Clackamas Community College, Wilsonville Campus, 29353                                   	              CARRILLO	                $67	 $5	       $10	 $82
                 Town Center Loop, East, Wilsonville                                                                ECE-179	     STARTING	POINTS:	THE	OREGON	REGISTRY,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                                    Designed to help participants explore in depth The Oregon Registry.
                 Classroom	sessions: Tuesdays, 4:30–7:30 p.m., March 31-June 9.
                                                                                                                    Participants will be guided through the foundations of Oregon’s pro-
                 Driving	labs: 2-hour in-car sessions begin Monday, April 13 and meet                               fessional development system while engaging in relevant hands-on
                 once a week for 6 weeks. Driving times will be selected during the first                           activities. They will receive the information and materials needed to
                 classroom session.                                                                                 apply to The Oregon Registry.
                                                                                                                    	            ECE-179-01	     178425	 DJ226	        M	        4:30-7:50PM
                 For more information call 503-594-0629.                                                            	             MARINO	                              $67	      $5	       $0	           $72
                 DRV-3	           DRIVER	EDUCATION,	0	CREDIT                                                                      Meets:	5/4,	5/11	&	5/18.
                 ✔	               DRV-3-20	 171946	 W215	 T	                       4:30-7:30PM                      ECE-186	     NATURE	AND	GARDENING	WITH	PRESCHOOLERS,		
                 	                 STAFF	                 $0	                      $0	       $230	        $230      	            1	CREDIT
                                  Restricted	to	students	under	the	age	of	18	with	driving	permits.	                 Designed to assist participants in bringing nature and gardening
                                  At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.                                                        experiences to their early childhood environments. The many ben-
                 ✔	               DRV-3-21	      171947	 W215	          T	         4:30-7:30PM                      efits of this type of natural experience are explored, not the least of
                 	                 STAFF	                               $0	        $0	       $380	        $380      which is fostering their development across the various domains:
                                  Restricted	to	students	18	and	older	and	all	licensed	drivers.	                    cognitive, socio-emotional, physical and language-literacy, while ex-
                                  At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.                                                        periencing the changing contexts of the four seasons.
                                                                                                                    	            ECE-186-01	     178426	 DJ225	        W	        4:30-7:50PM
                 Economics                                                                                          	             MCILVEEN	
                                                                                                                                  Meets:	5/6,	5/13	&	5/20.
                                                                                                                                                                       $67	      $5	       $0	           $72
                 EC-200	          INTRODUCTION	TO	ECONOMICS,	4	CREDITS                                              ECE-239	     HELPING	CHILDREN	AND	FAMILIES	COPE	WITH	STRESS,	
                 General introduction to microeconomics as applied to individual                                    	            3	CREDITS
                 decision-making units and to macroeconomics as applied to the op-                                  Explore stressors in society that can affect children and families;
                 eration of the economy as a whole.                                                                 the effects of stress on children and families and ways to help them
                      	           EC-200-01	     175135	 ONLINE	                                                    cope.
                 	                 WALLIS	                              $268	      $20	        $35	       $323      HYB	         ECE-239-01	     175664	 DJ225	        M	        4:30-7:50PM
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	lynnwa@         	             WATKINS	                             $201	     $15	      $0	          $216
                                  clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x3111.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	                               Hybrid	class	meets:	3/30,	4/27	&	6/1.
                                  placement	in	RD-115.
                                                                                                                    ECE-280	     EARLY	CHILDHOOD	EDUCATION/CWE,	3	CREDITS
                 EC-201	          PRINCIPLES	OF	ECONOMICS:	MICRO,	4	CREDITS                                         Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 Focuses on micro-economic theory dealing with the behavior of                                      early childhood education.
                 individuals and individual firms within different market structures.                               	            ECE-280-01	     175665	 JOBSITE	
                 Covers concepts of competition, consumer decisions, the use price
                                                                                                                    	             MCILVEEN	                            $201	     $15	        $15	       $231
                 of economic resources, and international trade.                                                                  Contact:	patriciam@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2240.	Required:	In-
                 	                EC-201-01	 175137	 M258	              MWF	       10:15-11:20AM                                  structor	consent.	Corequisite:	CWE-281-30.
                 	                 SHACKELFORD	                         $268	      $20	      $0	          $288
                                  Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.                                  ED-100	      INTRODUCTION	TO	EDUCATION,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                                    Examines teaching as a profession. Provides opportunities for direct
                 ✔	               EC-201-02	     175138	 OIT149	        W	         6-9:50PM                         experience with, and analysis of, educational settings. Explores cur-
                 	                 WISMER	                              $268	      $20	     $0	           $288
                                  Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.	At	CCC	Harmony	                  rent issues in education and characteristics of effective schools.
                                  Campus.                                                                           ✔	           ED-100-01	      175667	 OIT147	       TTH	      1-2:20PM
                      	           EC-201-03	     175139	 ONLINE	                                                    	             SCOTT	                               $201	     $15	     $0	           $216
                 	                 WALLIS	                              $268	      $20	        $35	       $323                    At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	lynnwa@              	       ED-100-02	      175668	 ONLINE	
                                  clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x3111.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	                 	             SCOTT	                               $201	     $15	        $35	       $251
                                  placement	in	RD-115.                                                                            Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	laurette@
                                                                                                                                  clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5195.




                 ✔	       Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.             HYB Classroom/online           V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                          campus, other off campus                                                      course-see page 15.           cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                          location                            Distance Learning:
                                                              Correspondence-                      TBA To be arranged: contact    NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 140.
                          Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                             department first class
                          see page 14.

            54   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-114	      INSTITUTIONAL	STRATEGIES	IN	MATH	AND	SCIENCE,		                                 EET-142	     ELECTRICAL	FUNDAMENTALS	III,	4	CREDITS
	            3	CREDITS                                                                       AC circuits analysis, peak, average, RMS, and peak-to-peak voltages




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Introduces the development of math and science concepts and                                  in relation to AC circuits. Power, energy, frequency, and transform-
presents a systematic approach to math and science instruction. Stu-                         ers are covered.
dents learn to link math and science instruction and assessment to                           	            EET-142-01	     176745	 B152	          TTHF	     6:30-8:50PM
state content standards.                                                                     	             STAGER	                               $268	     $20	      $60	          $348
	            ED-114-01	 175669	 DJ225	 TH	   4:30-7:20PM                                                   Prerequisite:	EET-141.
	             MCCORMICK	               $201	 $15	      $0	 $216                              EET-230	     LASER	&	FIBER	OPTICS,	3	CREDITS
ED-130	      COMPREHENSIVE	CLASSROOM	MANAGEMENT,	3	CREDITS                                   Covers basic theory and practice of laser and fiber optics. Includes
Provides theory & methodology for managing small & large groups.                             optical fiber, optical components, testing and instrumentation, opti-
Covers the four major factors or skill areas of effective classroom                          cal networks.
management.                                                                                  	            EET-230-01	 176748	 B152	  TTH	                  2-3:20PM
    	        ED-130-01	      175670	 ONLINE	                                                 	             STAGER	                   $201	                 $15	     $45	           $261
	             CODY	                                $201	     $15	        $35	       $251     EET-257	     DIGITAL	LOGIC	II,	4	CREDITS
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	judiec@      Bus systems, computer peripherals and systems using latches, regis-
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2877.                                           ters, counter and memory circuits are developed and analyzed.
ED-169	      STUDENTS	WITH	SPECIAL	NEEDS,	3	CREDITS                                          	            EET-257-01	 176751	 B152	              MW	       4:30-8:20PM
An introduction to the disabling conditions of students with special                         	             SELLEVAAG	                            $268	     $20	      $60	          $348
needs and their implications in school settings. Defines and identi-                                       Prerequisite:	EET-157.
fies intervention strategies for disabilities covered under federal law.                     SM-170	      SEMICONDUCTOR	PROCESSING	III,	2	CREDITS
    	        ED-169-01	      175671	 ONLINE	                                                 Covers essential process and equipment related to etching, diffusion
	             CODY	                                $201	     $15	        $35	       $251     & ion implantation. Troubleshooting of common equipment pro-
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	judiec@      cess and related problems.
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2877.                                                	       SM-170-01	 176862	 ONLINE	
ED-229	      LEARNING	&	DEVELOPMENT,	3	CREDITS                                               	             SELLEVAAG	                            $134	     $10	        $65	        $209
Addresses current theory regarding human development, intelli-                                             Prerequisite:	SM-150.
gence, motivation, and the learning process. Student learn to apply                          SM-229	      VACUUM	TECHNOLOGY,	2	CREDITS
strategies and techniques derived from these theories.                                       Focuses on elementary theory and practices of high vacuum equip-
    	        ED-229-01	      175672	 ONLINE	                                                 ment for microelectronics processing. Covers vacuum fundamentals,
	             SCOTT	                               $201	     $15	        $35	       $251     pumps and equipment used in vacuum systems.
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	laurette@         	       SM-229-01	 176863	 ONLINE	
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5195.
                                                                                             	             SELLEVAAG	                            $134	     $10	        $65	        $209
ED-246	      SCHOOL,	FAMILY	&	COMMUNITY	RELATIONS,	4	CREDITS                                               Prerequisite:	SM-150.
Provides the knowledge and skills required to work effectively with                          SM-280	      ELECTRONICS	&	MICROELECTRONICS/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
schools, families and communities in early childhood PK-3 settings                           Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field
via use of conferences, meetings and other resources (including in-                          of microelectronics or electronics.
ternet research.)                                                                            	            SM-280-01	      176864	 JOBSITE	
HYB	         ED-246-01	      175673	 DJ225	        W	        4:30-8:20PM                     	             MATTSON	                              $402	     $30	        $15	       $447V
	             MCILVEEN	                            $268	     $20	      $0	          $288                   Restricted:	Microelectronics	or	electronics	students.	Required:	Instructor	
              Hybrid	class.	Meets:	4/15,	4/22	&	6/10.
                                                                                                           consent	and	a	CWE	seminar.
ED-258	      MULTICULTURAL	EDUCATION,	3	CREDITS
Covers the philosophy, activities, and techniques appropriate to a
culturally sensitive classroom. Students will develop an understand-                         Emergency Medical Technology
ing of the impact of culture on individual perception and learning                           Visit the department website at http://depts.clackamas.edu/emt/ for more
and group dynamics.                                                                          information and to download the EMT Basic registration checklist.
	            ED-258-01	 175675	 DJ225	             TTH	      9-10:20AM
	             SCOTT	                               $201	     $15	     $0	           $216     EMT-102	 EMT	BASIC	PART	II,	5	CREDITS
                                                                                             Continuation of EMT-101. Focus on: medical and trauma emergen-
ED-272	      PRACTICUM	III,	4	CREDITS                                                        cies, EMS operations, and special populations.
Educational field experience in a classroom setting for students pur-
                                                                                             ✔	           EMT-102-01	 176922	 H330	              TTH	      2-5:20PM
suing careers in early childhood education.
                                                                                             	            	           	       H335	              TTH	      2-5:20PM
	            ED-272-01	      175676	 DJ225	        TH	       2-4:20PM
                                                                                             	              RICHMOND-GENERAZZO	                  $335	     $25	     $175	          $535
	             MCILVEEN	                            $268	     $20	     $0	           $288                   Includes	16	hrs	of	observational	time	in	an	emergency	department	with	an	
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Meets:	4/2,	4/30,	5/21	&	6/11.		
                                                                                                           EMS	unit.	Prerequisite:	Pass	EMT-101.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
              Contact:	patriciam@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2240.	Prerequisites:	
              ED-270	&	ED-271.                                                               EMT-105	 INTRODUCTION	TO	EMERGENCY	MEDICAL	SERVICES,		
                                                                                             	        3	CREDITS

Electronics & Microelectronics                                                               Introduces the student to EMS. Examines the career path for para-
                                                                                             medics. Explores structure and function of EMS systems. Includes
All degree seeking students should arrange to speak to a faculty advisor                     roles and responsibilities, operations, medico-legal consideration,
prior to registering. Call 503-657-6958, ext. 2062 for more information, or                  stress management, blood borne pathogens, and other Oregon spe-
contact the Advising & Counseling Center, ext. 2794.                                         cific content.
                                                                                             ✔	           EMT-105-01	 176924	 H330	              W	        2-4:50PM
EET-127	     SEMICONDUCTOR	CIRCUITS	I,	4	CREDITS                                             	            	           	       H335	              W	        2-4:50PM
Introduction to basic concepts of semiconductor devices and funda-                           	              SAWZAK	                              $201	     $15	     $20	           $236
mental principles of the device operation. Industry standard devices                                       At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
used.
	            EET-127-01	     176742	 B152	         TTHF	     4-6:20PM
	             STAGER	                              $268	     $20	     $60	          $348
              Prerequisite:	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


                 Emergency Medical Technology, continued
                                                                                                                 Energy Resource & Utility Management
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                 EMT-106	 EMERGENCY	COMMUNICATION	&	PATIENT		                                                    The Utility Workforce Readiness certificate is a two-term program of 30
                 	        TRANSPORTATION,	3	CREDITS                                                              credits which prepares students for entry-level careers in the utility industry.
                 Covers EMS operational areas including emergency communications                                 Call Shelly Tracy at 503-594-0945 for more information.
                 and radio use techniques, ambulance operation, maintenance, laws
                 and safety, emergency response and driving techniques, route plan-                              ERM-100	 ORIENTATION	TO	ENERGY	&	RESOURCE	MANAGEMENT	
                 ning, communications systems and more.                                                          	        TECHNOLOGY,	3	CREDITS
                 ✔	           EMT-106-01	 176925	 H330	             T	        6-8:50PM
                                                                                                                 Overview of the energy & utility industry career options. Discover
                                                                                                                 career options through guest speakers, field trips & research.
                 	            	           	       H335	             T	        6-8:50PM
                 	              STAFF	                              $201	     $15	     $30	          $246        ✔	HYB	       ERM-100-01	 178702	 W214	            W	         6-8:50PM
                               Required:	16	lab/observation	hrs/TBA.	Prerequisite:	Pass	EMT-101.	                	             MCLAIN	                             $0	        $0	      $201	         $201
                               At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                                          Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Wednesday	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	johnmcl@
                                                                                                                               clackamas.edu.	Recommended:	Basic	coomputer	skills.	Corequisite:	
                 EMT-107	 EMT	RESCUE,	3	CREDITS                                                                                ERM-101.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.
                 Covers EMS operational areas incuding rescue practices, standard                                ERM-101	 ENERGY	&	RESOURCE	TECHNOLOGY	I:	INTRO,	3	CREDITS
                 and rapid patient extrication, introduction to heavy extrication,                               Examine the history & development of the energy industry in the
                 control of rescue operations, scene safety and more.                                            northwest. Research the effects of regional energy policies.
                 ✔	           EMT-107-01	 176926	 H330	             TH	       6-8:50PM                           ✔	HYB	       ERM-101-01	 178731	 W214	            W	         6-8:50PM
                 	            	           	       H335	             TH	       6-8:50PM                           	             MCLAIN	                             $0	        $0	      $201	         $201
                 	              STAFF	                              $201	     $15	     $30	          $246                      Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Wednesday	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	johnmcl@
                               Required:	16	lab/observation	hrs/TBA.	Prerequisite:	Pass	EMT-101.	                              clackamas.edu.	Recommended:	Basic	computer	skills.	Corequisite:	
                               At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                                          ERM-100.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.
                 EMT-117	 EMT	INTERMEDIATE	PART	II,	5	CREDITS                                                    ERM-107	 CAREER	PORTFOLIO,	4	CREDITS
                 Continuation of EMT-116. Focus on: cardiac and other medical                                    Develop and organize a professional portfolio to record knowledge,
                 emergencies, and trauma management.                                                             learning and experiences related to energy and utility resource in-
                 ✔	           EMT-117-01	 178509	 H330	             MW	       6-9:20PM                           dustries. Portfolio consists of resume, reference letters, work and
                 	            	           	       H335	             MW	       6-9:20PM                           learning samples and expand computer literacy.
                 	              ZOLLNER	                            $335	     $25	     $105	         $465        ✔	HYB	       ERM-107-01	 177346	 W214	            T	         6-7:50PM
                               Prerequisites:	Current	State	of	Oregon	EMT-Basic	certification	in	good	           	             STAFF	                              $0	        $0	      $298	         $298
                               standing,	AHA	Healthcare	Provider	CPR	or	equivalent,	and	EMS	agency                             Hybrid	class.	Tuesday	evening	classes	plus	online	hours.	Recommended:	
                               	affiliation	with	medical	director	letter	of	recommendation,	and	pass	                          Flashdrive,	256mb	minimum.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.
                               EMT-116.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                                                 ERM-172	 ENERGY	INDUSTRY	PERFORMANCE	DEVELOPMENT,		
                 HPD-009	 CPR-INITIAL,	0.6	CEU	                                                                  	        6	CREDITS
                 American Heart Association (AHA) Heathcare Provider CPR class. For                              Discover principles & concepts that govern performance develop-
                 initial training of AHA Healthcare Provider (Level “C”) CPR card.                               ment & team efficiency in the utility industry.
                 ✔	           HPD-009-10	 176938	 H330	             S	        9-3:20PM                           ✔	           ERM-172-01	 177353	 W110	            TH	        6-9:50PM
                 	            	           	       H335	             S	        9-3:20PM                           	             STAFF	                              $0	        $0	      $427	         $427
                 	              STAFF	                              $0	       $0	      $45	              $45                   Required:	Successful	completion	of	ERM	108A-B.	Five	Saturdays	TBA.	At	
                               Meets:	4/11,	with	half	hr	lunch	break	provided.	Required:	Purchase	and	read	                    CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.
                               text	prior	to	class,	“AHA	BLS	for	Healthcare	Providers.”	May	be	purchased	        ERM-180	 ENERGY	&	RESOURCE	MANAGEMENT/CWE,	3	CREDITS
                               through	a	CCC	Bookstore.	See	www.cccbooks.com	for	Bookstore	location(s)	          Provides practical work experience in an energy or utility company
                               and	hours.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                 under the supervision of the instructor & employer.
                 ✔	           HPD-009-13	 176941	 H330	             S	        9-3:20PM                           ✔	           ERM-180-01	 177364	
                 	            	           	       H335	             S	        9-3:20PM                           	             STAFF	                               $0	       $0	         $216	      $216
                 	              STAFF	                              $0	       $0	      $45	              $45                   Required:	Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	ERM	107.	Contact:	Bernice	Ivey	
                               Meets:	4/25,	with	half	hr	lunch	break	provided.	Required:	Purchase	and	read	                    503-594-0942	or	bernicei@clackamas.edu.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.
                               text	prior	to	class,	“AHA	BLS	for	Healthcare	Providers.”	May	be	purchased	
                               through	a	CCC	Bookstore.	See	www.cccbooks.com	for	Bookstore	location(s)	
                               and	hours.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                 Engineering
                 ✔	           HPD-009-14	 176942	 H330	             S	        9-3:20PM                           GE-213	      STRENGTH	OF	MATERIALS,	4	CREDITS
                 	            	           	       H335	             S	        9-3:20PM                           The relation of externally applied loads and their internal effects on
                 	              STAFF	                              $0	       $0	      $45	              $45     deformable bodies; such as columns, shafts, beams, and statically in-
                               Meets:	5/9,	with	half	hr	lunch	break	provided.	Required:	Purchase	&	read	         determinant structures or systems made up of such members.
                               text	prior	to	class,	“AHA	BLS	for	Healthcare	Providers.”	May	be	purchased	        	            GE-213-01	 178551	 P102	             MW	        3-4:50PM
                               through	a	CCC	Bookstore.	See	www.cccbooks.com	for	Bookstore	location(s)	          	             WILLARDSON	                         $268	      $20	     $7	           $295
                               and	hours.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                               Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
                 ✔	           HPD-009-15	 176943	 H330	             S	        9-3:20PM                                         placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	GE-211.
                 	            	           	       H335	             S	        9-3:20PM
                 	              STAFF	                              $0	       $0	      $45	              $45
                               Meets:	5/30,	with	half	hr	lunch	break	provided.	Required:	Purchase	and	read	      English Composition
                               text	prior	to	class,	“AHA	BLS	for	Healthcare	Providers.”	May	be	purchased	        See “Writing” for all writing and English composition classes.
                               through	a	CCC	Bookstore.	See	www.cccbooks.com	for	Bookstore	location(s)	
                               and	hours.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.         HYB Classroom/online               V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                   course-see page 15.               cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                  TBA To be arranged: contact        NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                         department first class
                      see page 14.

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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



English Literature                                                                         ENG-275	 THE	BIBLE	AS	LITERATURE,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                           Historical and literary approach to the Hebrew Bible, Apocrypha,




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ENG-104	 INTRODUCTION	TO	LITERATURE:	FICTION,	4	CREDITS                                    and New Testament.
Introduction to American and international short fiction.                                  	            ENG-275-01	 175164	 B241B	           TTH	        3-4:50PM
HYB	         ENG-104-01	 178236	 RR209	           MW	       3:15-4:50PM                    	             BRYANT-TRERISE	                     $268	       $20	     $0	         $288
	             DAVIS	                              $268	     $20	      $0	         $288                   Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
              Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Monday	&	Wednesday	plus	online	hours.	Recom-                     placement	in	WR-121.
              mended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	        ENG-280	 ENGLISH/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
              in	WR-121.                                                                   Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
ENG-105	 INTRODUCTION	TO	LITERATURE:	DRAMA,	4	CREDITS                                      English studies.
Introduction to American and international drama.                                          	            ENG-280-01	 175165	 JOBSITE	
     	       ENG-105-01	 175151	 ONLINE	                                                   	             GRAY	                       $402	               $30	     $15	       $447V
	             MACH	                               $268	     $20	       $35	       $323                   Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	suema@
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2830.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
              placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.                     English as a Second Language
ENG-106	 INTRODUCTION	TO	LITERATURE:	POETRY,	4	CREDITS                                     All new students attending classes at CCC campus or Harmony/OIT campus
Introduction to American and international poetry.                                         must enroll in ESL-012-01 or ESL-012-06. Call ext. 2503 for campus ap-
✔	           ENG-106-15	 177932	 W213	            M	        6-9:50PM                       pointment and 503-594-0638 for Harmony/OIT appointment.
	             HUBBELL	                            $0	       $0	      $288	        $288     Todos los estudiantes de nuevo ingreso que asisten a clases en CCC en
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
              placement	in	WR-121.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.                              Oregon City o Harmony/OIT en Milwaukie, deberán inscribirse en la clase
                                                                                           ESL-012-01 o ESL-012-06. Llame a la extensión 2503 si quiere ir al campus
ENG-199	 ADAPTATIONS:	LITERATURE	INTO	FILM,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                           en Oregon City, o a 503-594-0638 si quiere ir al campus de Harmony/OIT
Explore various genres of writing such as the novel, the short story,
the play, and the nonfiction event and analyze the process of trans-                       en Milwaukie.
forming these stories from page to screen.                                                 CIV-007	     CITIZENSHIP,	0	CREDIT
NEW	         ENG-199-01	 178248	 RR209	           T	        6-9:50PM                       Prepares students to pass the oral exam for U.S. citizenship. Students
	             MACH	                               $268	     $20	     $0	          $288     study U.S. history, government, citizen’s rights and responsibilities,
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	             and U.S. symbols independently or in small groups, taking quizzes
              placement	in	WR-121.                                                         after completing separate modules.
ENG-203	 SHAKESPEARE,	4	CREDITS                                                            	            CIV-007-01	 175701	 	TBA	            	TBA	       TBA	
Study of significant plays and sonnets. Selected comedies, histories,                      	             CAMPBELL	                           $0	         $0	      $10	         $10
and tragedies covered each term.                                                                         Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	Lynda	Campbell	at	503-657-6958	
	            ENG-203-01	 175156	 RR209	           MWF	      11:30-12:35PM                                x2823.
	             BRYANT-TRERISE	                     $268	     $20	      $0	         $288     ENL-117	     ADVANCED	GRAMMAR	A,	3	CREDITS
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	             Part A of a two-part series. Presentation and practice of adverb claus-
              placement	in	WR-121.                                                         es, discourse connectors, direct and indirect speech, noun clauses
ENG-205	 SURVEY	OF	ENGLISH	LITERATURE,	4	CREDITS                                           and “it” in subject position in written and spoken English.
Late eighteenth century to modern. Representative readings from                            	            ENL-117-01	 175702	 S136	            MW	         11:30-12:50PM
the Romantic (beginning with Blake), Victorian, and modern peri-                           	             LONG	                               $201	       $15	      $0	        $216
ods (through Eliot, Auden, and Thomas).                                                                  Required:	Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	PIE-070-01.
     	       ENG-205-01	 175157	 ONLINE	                                                   ENL-119	     ADVANCED	READING	&	WRITING,	6	CREDITS
	             MOUNT	                              $268	     $20	       $35	       $323     Advanced level ESL students will practice academic reading, writing,
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	davidmo@   and editing skills. Students generally take this course for more than
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2604.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	            one term to satisfy all requirements.
              placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.                     	            ENL-119-01	 175703	 S133	            MWF	        9-10:50AM
ENG-213	 U.S.	LATINO	LITERATURE,	4	CREDITS                                                 	             MUNRO	                              $402	       $30	     $0	         $432
Survey of U. S. Latino/a literature of various genres and historical                                     Required:	Instructor	consent.
periods. Literary contributions by writers of varied cultural heritage,                    ENL-120	     ADVANCED	COMMUNICATION	SKILLS,	3	CREDITS
including Chicano, Cuban-American, Puerto-Rican and more.                                  Develops fluency in speaking and listening in the contexts of
     	       ENG-213-01	 175158	 ONLINE	                                                   school, work, family and community. Prepares students for success
	             COFFEY	                             $268	     $20	       $35	       $323     in discussions, interviews, conferences, presentations, and academic
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	aman-      notetaking.
              dac@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2829.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	
                                                                                           	            ENL-120-01	 175704	 D105	            TTH	        1-2:20PM
              or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
                                                                                           	             GOLDSTEIN	                          $201	       $15	     $0	         $216
ENG-217	 GAMES	AND	LITERATURE,	4	CREDITS                                                                 Required:	Instuctor	consent.
Explores games as important narrative forms with strong ties to the
                                                                                           ESL-010	     TUTORING	(LITERACY),	0	CREDIT
literary, social, and historical times in which they are created.
                                                                                           Adult students meet one-on-one or in small groups to focus on
HYB	         ENG-217-01	 175159	 RR209	           TTH	      1-2:50PM
                                                                                           specific learning needs. Sessions are held in various public places
	             DODGE	                              $268	     $20	     $0	          $288     throughout Clackamas County, such as libraries, schools, churches,
              Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Tuesday	&	Thursday	plus	online	hours.	Recom-
                                                                                           and the college campuses and outreach sites. Tutors help to set stu-
              mended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	
              in	WR-121.
                                                                                           dent goals and a plan of learning.
                                                                                           	            ESL-010-01	 175710	 	TBA	            	TBA	       TBA	
ENG-240	 NATIVE	AMERICAN	MYTHOLOGY,	4	CREDITS                                              	             CAMPBELL	                           $0	         $0	      $0	             $0
The mythic narratives of Native America. Provides historical, envi-                                      Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	Lynda	Campbell	at	503-657-6958	
ronmental, social, and psychological contexts. Explores both univer-                                     x2823.
sals and uniqueness in human experience through critical theory.
HYB	         ENG-240-01	 175160	 RR207	           MW	       2-3:05PM
	             BURNELL	                            $268	     $20	     $0	          $288
              Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Monday	and	Wednesday	plus	online	hours.		
              Contact:	carolb@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5188.	Prerequisite:	Pass	
              RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
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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


                 English as a Second Language, continued                                                     ESL-035	     ADVANCED	COMMUNICATION	SKILLS,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                                             Advanced level students develop fluency in speaking and listening
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                 ESL-018	     INTRO	TO	BUSINESS	ENGLISH,	0	CREDIT                                            in the contexts of school, work, family and community. Prepares
                 This is an introductory course designed for upper-intermediate and                          students for success in discussions, interviews, conferences, presen-
                 advanced level non-native speakers of English who are considering                           tations, and academic notetaking.
                 employment and/or training in a business field. The course teaches                          	            ESL-035-01	 175735	 D105	            TTH	      1-2:20PM
                 students the basic communication skills frequently required in ev-                          	             GOLDSTEIN	                          $0	       $0	      $10	         $10
                 eryday business interactions both in the U.S. and internationally                                         Required:	Instructor	consent.
                 ✔	           ESL-018-06	     178440	 HMOD2B	 MW	            6-7:20PM                        ESL-037	     CONVERSATION	SKILL	BUILDING,	0	CREDIT
                 	             JOYCE	                         $0	            $0	      $10	           $10     Students practice speaking and listening to improve their fluency in
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                          English for living and working situations. Students will work with
                 ESL-022	     LIFE	SKILLS	1	&	2,	0	CREDIT                                                    proficient English speakers in conversational settings.
                 Introduces the language necessary to function in day-to-day Ameri-                          	            ESL-037-01	     178550	 S133	        TTH	      10:30-11:50AM
                 can society at the beginning level; listening, speaking, reading, and                       	             FALLON	                             $0	       $0	       $10	        $10
                 writing in the contexts of work, family, and community.                                                   Required:	Instructor	consent.
                 	            ESL-022-01	     175721	 D104	        MWF	      11-12:50PM                      ESL-040	     BEGINNING	GRAMMAR,	0	CREDIT
                 	             PONCE	                              $0	       $0	      $20	           $20     Presentation and practice of the verb “to be,” present simple verb
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                 tense, nouns, descriptive/possessive adjectives, prepositions of place
                 ✔	           ESL-022-06	     175722	 HMOD1A	 MW	            6-8:50PM                        and time, and simple sentence structures in written and spoken
                 	             LONG	                          $0	            $0	      $20	           $20     English.
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                          	            ESL-040-01	     175736	 S136	        TTH	      1-2:20PM
                 ✔	           ESL-022-07	     175723	 OIT170	      TTH	      6-8:50PM                        	             WIGGINS	                            $0	       $0	      $10	         $10
                 	             NAMI	                               $0	       $0	      $20	           $20                   Required:	Instructor	consent.
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                                             ✔	           ESL-040-06	 175737	 HMOD2B	 TTH	               7:30-8:50PM
                 ✔	           ESL-022-11	     175726	 CATC719	 MW	           6-8:50PM                        	             YANNOTTA	                  $0	                $0	       $10	        $10
                 	             CULLEY	                         $0	           $0	      $20	           $20                   Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Canby	Applied	Technology	Center.
                                                                                                             ESL-041	     UPPER	BEGINNING	GRAMMAR,	0	CREDIT
                 ✔	           ESL-022-46	     175727	 W213	        TTH	      6-8:50PM                        This class will present and practice verb tenses (present simple, past
                 	             RUHL	                               $0	       $0	      $20	           $20
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.                      simple, and present progressive), indefinite articles, and nouns in
                                                                                                             written and spoken English
                 ESL-033	     INTERMEDIATE	CONVERSATION,	0	CREDIT                                            	            ESL-041-01	 175738	 D105	            MW	       11:30-12:50PM
                 Intermediate level students study and practice speaking and listen-                         	             GOLDSTEIN	                          $0	       $0	       $10	        $10
                 ing to improve their fluency in English for living and working situ-                                      Required:	Instructor	consent.
                 ations.
                                                                                                             ✔	           ESL-041-06	 175739	 HMOD1A	 TTH	               7:30-8:50PM
                 	            ESL-033-01	 175728	 S136	            TTH	      9-10:20AM                       	             MCKINNEY	                  $0	                $0	       $10	        $10
                 	             GOLDSTEIN	                          $0	       $0	      $10	           $10                   Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.
                                                                                                             ESL-042	     INTERMEDIATE	GRAMMAR	A,	0	CREDIT
                 ✔	           ESL-033-11	     175730	 CATC706	 MW	           6-7:20PM                        This course is Part A of a two-part series of classes designed to pres-
                 	             VERGUN	                         $0	           $0	      $10	           $10
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Canby	Applied	Technology	Center.             ent and practice the present progressive tense for non-action verbs
                                                                                                             and extended time, past simple tense, past progressive, used to, the
                 ✔	           ESL-033-46	 175731	 W212	            TTH	      6-7:20PM                        future, and questions in written and spoken English.
                 	             AINSWORTH	                          $0	       $0	      $10	           $10
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.                      	            ESL-042-01	     175740	 S133	        MW	       11:30-12:50PM
                 ✔	           ESL-033-06	     175729	 OIT170	      MW	       7:30-8:50PM                     	             MUNRO	                              $0	       $0	       $10	        $10
                 	             NAMI	                               $0	       $0	       $10	          $10                   Required:	Instructor	consent.
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                          ✔	           ESL-042-06	     175741	 HMOD2A	 TTH	           7:30-8:50PM
                                                                                                             	             FRANZONI	                      $0	            $0	       $10	        $10
                 ESL-034	     UPPER	INTERMED	CONVERSATION,	0	CREDIT                                                        Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 Upper intermediate level students study and practice speaking and
                 listening to improve their fluency in English for living and working                        ESL-044	     UPPER	INTERMEDIATE	GRAMMAR	A,	0	CREDIT
                 situations. Emphasis will be on developing conversational skills as                         Part A of a two-part series of classes designed to help upper inter-
                 needed for success in meeting personal, educational, family, and                            mediate ESL students gain knowledge and proficiency in the use of
                 workplace goals.                                                                            verb forms that frequently occur together, gerunds, infinitives, and
                 	            ESL-034-01	     175732	 D105	        TTH	      9-10:20AM                       causative verbs.
                 	             MUNRO	                              $0	       $0	      $10	           $10     	            ESL-044-01	     175743	 TBA	         MW	       11:30-12:50PM
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                 	             RUHL	                               $0	       $0	       $10	        $10
                                                                                                                           Required:	Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	ESL-070-01.
                 ✔	           ESL-034-11	     175734	 CATC723	 MW	           6-7:20PM
                 	             FALLON	                         $0	           $0	      $10	           $10     ✔	           ESL-044-06	 175744	 HMOD1B	 TTH	               7:30-8:50PM
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Canby	Applied	Technology	Center.             	             BACHMANN	                  $0	                $0	       $10	        $10
                                                                                                                           Required:	Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	ESL-070-06.	At	CCC	Harmony	
                 ✔	           ESL-034-06	     175733	 HMOD1B	 MW	            7:30-8:50PM                                   Campus.
                 	             WIGGINS	                       $0	            $0	       $10	          $10
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                          ESL-045	     ADVANCED	GRAMMAR	A,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                                             Part A of a two-part series. Presentation and practice of adverb claus-
                                                                                                             es, connectors, reported speech, “it” in subject position, and noun
                                                                                                             clauses in written and spoken English.
                                                                                                             	            ESL-045-01	     175745	 S136	        MW	       11:30-12:50PM
                                                                                                             	             LONG	                               $0	       $0	       $10	        $10
                                                                                                                           Required:	Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	ESL-070-01.


                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.        HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                  course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                 TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                        department first class
                      see page 14.

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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


ESL-046	     ADVANCED	GRAMMAR	B,	0	CREDIT                                                    ESL-055	     ADVANCED	READING	&	WRITING,	0	CREDIT
Part B of a two-part series. Presentation and practice of count/non-                         Advanced level students will practice academic reading, writing, and




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count nouns, definite/indefinite articles, modals, and conditional                           editing skills. Students generally take this course for more than one
sentences in written and spoken English.                                                     term in order to satisfy all requirements.
✔	           ESL-046-06	     178438	 OIT170	      MW	        6-7:20PM                        	            ESL-055-01	     175758	 S133	         MWF	      9-10:50AM
	             NAMI	                               $0	        $0	      $10	           $10     	             MUNRO	                               $0	       $0	      $20	           $20
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	ESL-070.	At	CCC	Harmony	                          Required:	Instructor	consent.
              Campus.
                                                                                             ESL-056	     INTERMEDIATE	READING,	0	CREDIT
ESL-048	     EDITING	FOR	BETTER	WRITING,	0	CREDIT                                            For intermediate level ESL students who read at the paragraph level.
In this course, upper intermediate and higher level ESL students will                        Introduction to strategies for improving reading skills as needed for
improve their writing through editing. They will also engage in ex-                          more advanced ESL and college courses, in the workplace, and in
tended reading to provide a context for writing.                                             everyday life.
	            ESL-048-01	 175747	 D105	            MWF	       9-10:50AM                       ✔	           ESL-056-06	 175759	 HMOD2A	 MW	                 6-7:20PM
	             GOLDSTEIN	                          $0	        $0	      $20	           $20     	             VAN	ZUTPHEN	               $0	                 $0	      $10	           $10
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                                Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
ESL-049	     UPPER	BEGINNING	R/W,	0	CREDIT                                                   ESL-057	     INTERMEDIATE	WRITING,	0	CREDIT
For upper beginning level ESL students who read and write at the                             For intermediate level ESL students who are ready to begin writ-
sentence level. Students read short texts in order to improve reading                        ing at the paragraph level. Strategies for improving writing skills
skills, write a variety of sentences and put related sentences in para-                      as needed for more advanced ESL and college courses, in the work-
graph form.                                                                                  place, and in everyday life.
	            ESL-049-01	     175748	 D104	        MWF	       9-10:50AM                       ✔	           ESL-057-06	     175760	 HMOD2A	 TTH	            6-7:20PM
	             FALLON	                             $0	        $0	      $20	           $20     	             FRANZONI	                      $0	             $0	      $10	           $10
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                                Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
ESL-050	     BEGINNING	READING/	WRITING	I,	0	CREDIT                                          ESL-058	     UPPER	INTERMEDIATE	READING,	0	CREDIT
This courses is designed to teach beginning level students who have                          For upper intermediate level ESL students who read beyond the
limited knowledge of writing English. Students will practice alpha-                          paragraph level. Development of the reading skills needed to suc-
bet recognition, learn to read and write short sentences, learn new                          ceed in college and in everyday life.
vocabulary, read short paragraphs, and gain reading and scanning                             ✔	           ESL-058-06	 175761	 HMOD1A	 TTH	                6-7:20PM
skills to use in everyday life and in the work place.                                        	             MCKINNEY	                  $0	                 $0	      $10	           $10
	            ESL-050-01	     175750	 D104	        TTH	       10:30-11:50AM                                 Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	             WIGGINS	                            $0	        $0	       $10	          $10     ESL-063	     AMERICAN	IDIOMS/SLANG/A,	0	CREDIT
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                  Part A of a two-part series of classes. Introduces common American
✔	           ESL-050-41	     175751	 CLS2	        TTH	       6-7:20PM                        idioms and slang while practicing conversation skills at the upper
	             MEIER	                              $0	        $0	      $10	           $10     intermediate level.
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Molalla	Outreach	Center.                      ✔	           ESL-063-06	 175762	 HMOD2A	 MW	                 7:30-8:50PM
ESL-051	     UPPER	BEGINNING	READING,	0	CREDIT                                               	             VAN	ZUTPHEN	               $0	                 $0	       $10	          $10
For upper beginning level ESL students who read at the sentence                                            Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
level. Students read short texts in order to improve reading skills.                         ESL-070	     COMPUTER	LAB,	0	CREDIT
✔	           ESL-051-06	     175752	 HMOD1B	 MW	             6-7:20PM                        Provides opportunities to improve English language skills by using
	             WIGGINS	                       $0	             $0	      $10	           $10     language learning software.
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                           ✔	           ESL-070-06	     175764	 H190	         TTH	      6-8:50PM
✔	           ESL-051-46	 175753	 W212	            TTH	       7:30-8:50PM                     	             WIGGINS	                             $0	       $0	      $0	             $0
	             AINSWORTH	                          $0	        $0	       $10	          $10                   Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.                       	            ESL-070-01	 175763	 D130	             TBA	      TBA
ESL-052	     UPPER	BEGINNING	WRITING,	0	CREDIT                                               	             BACHMANN/WILLIAMS	                   $0	       $0	          $10	       $10
This course is designed for upper beginning level ESL students who                                         Required:	Instructor	consent.
write at the sentence level. Students will write a variety of sentences                      ✔	           ESL-070-41	     175765	 CLS1	         TTH	      TBA
and put related sentences in paragraph form.                                                 	             MEIER	                               $0	       $0	          $0	         $0
✔	           ESL-052-06	 175754	 HMOD2B	 TTH	                6-7:20PM                                      Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Molalla	Outreach	Center.
	             YANNOTTA	                  $0	                 $0	      $10	           $10     ESL-071	     ESL	SKILLS	LAB,	0	CREDIT
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                           Provides opportunities to improve English language skills by using
✔	           ESL-052-41	     175755	 CLS2	        TTH	       7:30-8:50PM                     language learning software.
	             MEIER	                              $0	        $0	       $10	          $10
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Molalla	Outreach	Center.                      ✔	           ESL-071-11	     175766	 CATC723	 MW	            5:30-6:00PM
                                                                                             	             FALLON	                         $0	            $0	       $0	            $0
ESL-053	     INTERMEDIATE	READING/WRITING,	0	CREDIT                                                        Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Canby	Applied	Technology	Center.
This course is designed for the intermediate level ESL student who                           ESL-074	     DIFFERENTIATED	WRITING	INSTR.,	0	CREDIT
is ready to begin writing at the paragraph level. The major purpose                          This course is designed for ESL students who want to improve their
of the course is to improve the student’s reading and writing skills                         writing skills for everyday life, the workplace and college courses.
as needed for more advanced ESL and college courses, in the work-                            Students work individually with instructor guidance.
place, and in everyday life.
	            ESL-053-01	     175756	 S136	        MWF	       9-10:50AM                       ✔	           ESL-074-11	     175767	 CATC706	 MW	            7:30-8:50PM
                                                                                             	             VERGUN	                         $0	            $0	       $10	          $10
	             LONG	                               $0	        $0	      $20	           $20                   Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Canby	Applied	Technology	Center.
              Required:	Instructor	consent.
                                                                                             ESL-075	     BEGINNING	READING/WRITING	II,	0	CREDIT
ESL-054	     UPPER	INTERMEDIATE	READ/WRITE,	0	CREDIT                                         This course is designed to teach beginning level students who have
Upper intermediate students will practice reading and writing skills                         limited knowledge of written English. Students will practice alpha-
needed to succeed in college, the workplace, and everyday life. In-                          bet recognition, learn to read and write short sentences, learn new
troduction to multiple paragraph essays.                                                     vocabulary, read short paragraphs, and gain reading and scanning
	            ESL-054-01	     175757	 TBA	         MWF	       9-10:50AM                       skills to use in everyday life and in the workplace.
	             PONCE	                              $0	        $0	      $20	           $20     	            ESL-075-01	     175768	 D104	         TTH	      10:30-11:50AM
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                  	             WIGGINS	                             $0	       $0	       $10	          $10
                                                                                                           Required:	Instructor	consent.
                                                                                                                                                                          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                                                    PIE-037	     CONVERSATION	SKILLS	BUILDING,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                                            This class is for ESL students who want to practice speaking and
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                 ✔	           ESL-075-06	 175769	 HMOD1B	 TTH	               6-7:20PM                       listening to improve their fluency in English for living and working
                 	             BACHMANN	                  $0	                $0	      $10	           $10    situations. Students will work with proficient English speakers in
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                         conversational settings.
                 ✔	           ESL-075-11	     175771	 CATC723	 MW	           7:30-8:50PM                    	            PIE-037-01	     178590	 S133	         TTH	      10:30-11:50AM
                 	             FALLON	                         $0	           $0	       $10	          $10    	             FALLON	                              $0	       $0	       $624	      $624
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Canby	Applied	Technology	Center.                          Required:	Instructor	consent.
                 ESL-082	     SPELLING,	0	CREDIT                                                            PIE-040	     BEGINNING	GRAMMAR,	0	CREDIT
                 Presents and provides opportunities to practice English spelling pat-                      Presentation and practice of the verb “to be”, simple present verb
                 terns and rules. Individualized instruction to address spelling chal-                      tense, nouns, descriptive/possessive adjectives, prepositions of place
                 lenges.                                                                                    and time, and simple sentence structures in written and spoken
                 	            ESL-082-06	     175773	 HMOD2B	 MW	            7:30-8:50PM                    English.
                 	             JOYCE	                         $0	            $0	       $15	          $15    	            PIE-040-01	     175780	 S136	         TTH	      1-2:20PM
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                	             WIGGINS	                             $0	       $0	      $624	       $624
                 ESL-084	     VOCABULARY	BUILDING,	0	CREDIT                                                               Required:	Instructor	consent.
                 Develops upper intermediate to advanced level students’ vocabulary                         PIE-041	     UPPER	BEGINNING	GRAMMAR,	0	CREDIT
                 range and vocabulary acquisition skills.                                                   This class will present and practice verb tenses (present simple, past
                 	            ESL-084-01	     175774	 D105	        TTH	      10:30-11:50AM                  simple, and present progressive), indefinite articles, and nouns in
                 	             MUNRO	                              $0	       $0	       $10	          $10    written and spoken English.
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                	            PIE-041-01	 175781	 D105	             MW	       11:30-12:50PM
                 ESL-199	     JOB	SEARCH	COMPUTER	SKILLS,	0	CREDIT                                          	             GOLDSTEIN	                           $0	       $0	       $624	      $624
                 A work readiness course designed for non-native English speakers of                                      Required:	Instructor	consent.
                 English at the intermediate level or higher who are or will be seek-                       PIE-042	     INTERMEDIATE	GRAMMAR	A,	3	CREDITS
                 ing employment. This course teaches basic computer skills and Eng-                         This course is Part A of a two-part series of classes designed to pres-
                 lish language skills to prepare the student for successfully finding a                     ent and practice the present progressive tense for non-action verbs
                 job, completing employment applications, interviewing, writing a                           and extended time, past simple tense, past progressive, used to, the
                 resume and following up on employment prospects.                                           future, and questions in written and spoken English.
                 	            ESL-199-01	     178631	 S133	        TTH	      1-2:20PM                       	            PIE-042-01	     175782	 S133	         MW	       11:30-12:50PM
                 	             PONCE	                              $0	       $0	      $10	           $10    	             MUNRO	                               $201	     $15	      $0	        $216
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	PIE	070-01.
                 PIE-011	     PIE	TUTORING,	0	CREDIT                                                        PIE-044	     UPPER	INTERMEDIATE	GRAMMAR	A,	3	CREDITS
                 Designed for the Program for Intensive English student who needs                           Part A of a two-part series of classes designed to help upper inter-
                 one-on-one instruction in conversation, pronunciation, reading,                            mediate ESL students gain knowledge and proficiency in the use of
                 grammar, writing, or GED preparation.                                                      verb forms that frequently occur together, gerunds, infinitives, and
                 	            PIE-011-01	     175776	 	TBA	        TBA	      TBA	                           causative verbs.
                 	             WILLIAMS	                           $0	       $0	         $624	      $624    	            PIE-044-01	     175783	 TBA	          MW	       11:30-12:50PM
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                	             RUHL	                                $201	     $15	      $0	        $216
                 PIE-022	     LIFE	SKILLS	1	&	2,	0	CREDIT                                                                 Required:	Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	PIE-070-01.
                 Introduces the language necessary to function in day-to-day Ameri-                         PIE-048	     EDITING	FOR	BETTER	WRITING,	6	CREDITS
                 can society at the beginning level; listening, speaking, reading, and                      In this course, upper intermediate and higher level ESL students will
                 writing in the contexts of work, family, and community.                                    improve their writing through editing. They will also engage in ex-
                 	            PIE-022-01	     175777	 D104	        MWF	      11-12:50PM                     tended reading to provide a context for writing.
                 	             PONCE	                              $0	       $0	      $1248	 $1248          	            PIE-048-01	 175784	 D105	             MWF	      9-10:50AM
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                	             GOLDSTEIN	                           $402	     $30	     $0	         $432
                 PIE-033	     INTERMEDIATE	CONVERSATION,	3	CREDITS                                                        Required:	Instructor	consent.
                 Intermediate level students learn and practice speaking and listen-                        PIE-049	     UPPER	BEGINNING	R/W,	0	CREDIT
                 ing to improve their fluency in English for living and working situ-                       For upper beginning level ESL students who read and write at the
                 ations.                                                                                    sentence level. Students will read short texts in order to improve
                 	            PIE-033-01	 175778	 S136	            TTH	      9-10:20AM                      reading skills, write a variety of sentences and put related sentences
                 	             GOLDSTEIN	                          $201	     $15	     $0	           $216    in paragraph form.
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                	            PIE-049-01	     175785	 D104	         MWF	      9-10:50AM
                 PIE-034	     UPPER	INTERMED	CONVERSATION,	3	CREDITS                                        	             FALLON	                              $0	       $0	      $1248	 $1248
                 Upper intermediate level students practice speaking and listening to                                     Required:	Instructor	consent.
                 improve their fluency in English for living and working situations.                        PIE-050	     BEGINNING	READING/WRITING	I,	0	CREDIT
                 Emphasis will be on developing conversational skills as needed for                         This course is designed to teach beginning level students who have
                 success in meeting personal, educational, family, and workplace                            limited knowledge of written English. Students will practice alpha-
                 goals.                                                                                     bet recognition, learn to read and write short sentences, learn new
                 	            PIE-034-01	     175779	 D105	        TTH	      9-10:20AM                      vocabulary, read short paragraphs, and gain reading and scanning
                 	             MUNRO	                              $201	     $15	     $0	           $216    skills to use in everyday life and in the workplace.
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                	            PIE-050-01	     175786	 D104	         TTH	      10:30-11:50AM
                                                                                                            	             WIGGINS	                             $0	       $0	       $624	      $624
                                                                                                                          Required:	Instructor	consent.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.       HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                 course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                       department first class
                      see page 14.

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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


PIE-053	     INTERMEDIATE	READING/WRITING,	6	CREDITS
This course is designed for the intermediate level ESL student who                     Environmental Education




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is ready to begin writing at the paragraph level. The major purpose                    For more information call 503-657-6958, ext. 2644.
of the course is to improve the student’s reading and writing skills
as needed for more advanced ESL and college courses, in the work-                      ELC-008	     CELEBRATING	WATER,	0	CREDIT
place, and in everyday life.                                                           A FREE event to celebrate water with information booths and hands-
	            PIE-053-01	     175787	 S136	      MWF	      9-10:50AM                    on activities. Find out what water resource agencies are doing to
	             LONG	                             $402	     $30	     $0	         $432    protect our resources. NO registration necessary.
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                            	            ELC-008-01	 174824	 G108ABC	 W	                   1-3:50PM
                                                                                       	             HEIMOWITZ	                  $0	                  $0	      $0	               $0
PIE-054	     UPPER	INTERMEDIATE	READ/WRITE,	6	CREDITS                                                Meets:	4/8.	Sponsored	by	the	Clackamas	County	Water	Education	Team	
Upper intermediate students will practice reading and writing skills
                                                                                                     (CCWET).
needed to succeed in college, the workplace, and everyday life. In-
troduction to multiple paragraph essays.
	            PIE-054-01	     175788	 TBA	       MWF	      9-10:50AM                    Environmental Safety & Health
	             PONCE	                            $402	     $30	     $0	         $432    ESH-100	     ENVIRONMENTAL	REGULATIONS,	3	CREDITS
              Required:	Instructor	consent.
                                                                                       Designed for industry, school systems, agriculture, and the general
PIE-070	     COMPUTER	LAB,	0	CREDIT                                                    public. Topics include environmental regulations and compliance
Provides opportunities to improve English language skills by using                     issues.
language learning software.                                                                	        ESH-100-01	 176752	 ONLINE	
	            PIE-070-01	 175789	 D130	          TBA	      TBA                          	             LAUGLE	                                $0	       $0	        $295	      $295
	             WILLIAMS/BACHMANN	                $0	       $0	       $10	        $10                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Contact:	toml@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                          x2319.
PIE-075	     BEGINNING	READING	&	WRITING	II,	0	CREDIT                                  ESH-101	     HAZARDOUS	WASTE	MANAGEMENT,	2	CREDITS
This course is designed to teach beginning level students who have                     Coursework developed and authorized by DEQ staff. This class offers
limited knowledge of written English. Students will practice alpha-                    ways to reduce, identify, store, and dispose of hazardous waste. Cer-
bet recognition, learn to read and write short sentences, learn new                    tificate available from DEQ.
vocabulary, read short paragraphs, and gain reading and scanning                           	        ESH-101-01	 176753	 ONLINE	
skills to use in everyday life and in the workplace.                                   	             LAUGLE	                                $0	       $0	        $210	      $210
	            PIE-075-01	     175790	 D104	      TTH	      10:30-11:50AM                              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	online.dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	
	             WIGGINS	                          $0	       $0	       $624	      $624                  toml@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2319.
              Required:	Instructor	consent.
PIE-084	     VOCABULARY	BUILDING,	3	CREDITS
Develops upper intermediate to advanced level students’ vocabulary
                                                                                       Family Studies
range and vocabulary acquisition skills.                                               HDF-140	     CONTEMPORARY	AMERICAN	FAMILY,	3	CREDITS
	            PIE-084-01	     175792	 D105	      TTH	      10:30-11:50AM                Focuses on the diversity of the American family today, and a histori-
	             MUNRO	                            $201	     $15	      $0	        $216    cal overview of changes in the family environment and structure.
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                            Become familiar with internal/external factors that influence fami-
                                                                                       lies such as parenting, violence, gender, divorce, remarriage, eco-
PIE-085	     TOEFL/TOEIC	PREPARATION,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                       nomics, and culture.
Prepares students for the Test of English as a Foreign Language
(TOEFL) and the Test of English for International Communication                        HYB	         HDF-140-01	 175679	 DJ225	              W	        4:30-7:50PM
                                                                                       	             MCILVEEN	                              $201	     $15	      $0	         $216
(TOEIC) by improving listening, grammar, reading and writing                                         Hybrid	class.	Meets:	4/1,	4/8	&	6/3.
skills. Includes familiarization with test components, test-taking
techniques, strategies and computer skills.                                            HDF-260	     CHILD	ABUSE	AND	NEGLECT,	3	CREDITS
	            PIE-085-01	     175793	 D150	      TBA	      TBA                          Overview of child abuse problems for students interested in child
	             WILLIAMS	                         $0	       $0	       $200	      $200    care education and/or human services. A look at causes of abuse,
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                            abused child, abusive parents, role of teachers, areas of treatment,
                                                                                       education, resources that can assist children and parents.
PIE-090	     THE	CLACKAMAS	EXPERIENCE!,	0	CREDIT                                           	        HDF-260-01	 175685	 ONLINE	
Designed for international students entering Clackamas Community
                                                                                       	             WATKINS	                               $201	     $15	       $35	       $251
College for the first time. Students learn about college policies and                                Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	
procedures, students146 rights and responsibilities, learning styles,                                Contact:	michaelw@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2416.
possible programs of study, matriculation procedures, and culture
shock.
	            PIE-090-01	     175794	 D105	      M	        1:30-2:20PM                  Fire Science (Wildland)
	             WILLIAMS	                         $0	       $0	       $0	          $0    FRP-009	     WILDLAND	FIREFIGHTER	REFRESHER,	0.08	CEU	
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                            Basic refresher course for firefighters.
PIE-199	     JOB	SEARCH	COMPUTER	BASICS,	0	CREDIT                                      	            FRP-009-01	 178473	 T118	               S	        8-4:50PM
A work readiness course designed for non-native English speakers of                    	             LOGAN	                                 $0	       $0	      $75	          $75
English at the intermediate level or higher who are or will be seek-                                 Meets:	4/18.
ing employment. This course teaches basic computer skills and Eng-                     	            FRP-009-02	 178474	 T118	               S	        8-4:50PM
lish language skills to prepare the student for successfully finding a                 	             CRAWFORD	                              $0	       $0	      $75	          $75
job, completing employment applications, interviewing, writing a                                     Meets:	5/16.
resume and following up on employment prospects.                                       	            FRP-009-03	 178475	 T118	               S	        8-4:50PM
	            PIE-199-01	     178632	 S133	      TTH	      1-2:20PM                     	             LOGAN	                                 $0	       $0	      $75	          $75
	             PONCE	                            $0	       $0	      $624	       $624                  Meets:	6/20.
              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


                 Fire Science (Wildland), continued                                                            FRP-212	     WILDFIRE	POWER	SAWS	S-212,	2	CREDITS
                                                                                                               NWCG S-212 certified. Learn techniques and mechanics of power
Course Listing




                 FRP-107	     WILDLAND	FIRE	CAREER	PORTFOLIO,	3	CREDITS                                        saws that meet the functional requirements of a power saw operator
                 Creation of a job marketing tool that integrates knowledge and skills                         on a wildland fire incident.
                 related to wildland fire industry. Portfolio consists of resume, refer-                       	            FRP-212-01	 176762	 T122	            F	         6-9:50PM
                 ence letters, work samples and other content to be updated accord-                            	            	            	      T122	            SSU	       8-4:50PM
                 ingly.                                                                                        	              N.	LAUGLE	                         $0	        $0	      $175	           $175
                 	            FRP-107-01	 179189	 TBA	              TBA	       TBA                                           Meets:	5/15,	5/16	&	5/17.
                 	             LAUGLE	                              $0	        $0	         $260	      $260     FRP-220	     INITIAL	ATTACK	INCIDENT	COMMANDER	(S-200),	
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact	instructor	first	week	of	class;	toml@     	            1	CREDIT
                               clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2319                                             NWCG S-200 certified (ITC 4). Provides necessary training in the
                 FRP-110	     BASIC	WILDLAND	FIRE	INVESTIGATION	(FI-110),	                                     areas of readiness, mobilization and fire scope assessment, as well as
                 	            1	CREDIT                                                                         the administrative requirements for individuals in charge of an ini-
                 NWCG FI-110 certified. Wildland Fire Observations and Origin                                  tial attack of small, non-complex fires.
                 Scene Protection for First Responders. An introductory course on the                          	            FRP-220-01	 176766	 T118	            TW	        8-4:50PM
                 basics of wildland fire cause determination for personnel first arriv-                        	             CRAIN	                              $0	        $0	      $150	           $150
                 ing at a wildland fire scene.                                                                               Meets:	4/21	&	4/22.
                 	            FRP-110-01	 176754	 T120	             F	         6-8:50PM                        FRP-230	     CREW	BOSS	(SINGLE	RESOURCE)	(S-230),	2	CREDITS
                 	            	           	       T120	             S	         8-4:50PM                        NWCG S-230 certified. Meets the training needs of a crew boss on a
                 	              JACKSON	                            $0	        $0	      $150	         $150     wildland fire incident.
                               Meets:	4/10	&	4/11.                                                             	            FRP-230-01	 176767	 T120	            TW	        8-4:50PM
                 FRP-130	     INTRO	TO	WILDLAND	FIREFIGHTING	(S-130/S-190),	                                   	            	           	       T120	            TH	        8-11:50AM
                 	            3	CREDITS                                                                        	              CRAWFORD/LOGAN	                    $0	        $0	      $175	           $175
                 NWCG S-130 & S-190 certified. Introduces students to wildland fire                                          Meets:	5/5,	5/6	&	5/7.	Prerequisite:	Pass	FRP-131	(S-131).
                 behavior and the skills necessary to fight wildland fires under close                         FRP-231	     ENGINE	BOSS	(SINGLE	RESOURCE)	(S-231),	1	CREDIT
                 supervision. No prerequisites or firefighting experience required.                            NWCG S-231 certified. Develop proficiency in the performance of
                 	            FRP-130-02	 176755	 T122	             S	         8-4:50PM                        all duties associated with the single engine boss.
                 	            	           	       T122	             SU	        8-4:50PM                        	            FRP-231-01	 176768	 T120	            TH	        2-5:50PM
                 	              LOGAN	                              0	         0	       $275	         $275     	            	           	       T120	            F	         8-4:50PM
                               Meets:	5/16,	5/17,	5/30	&	5/31.                                                 	              CRAWFORD	                          $0	        $0	      $150	           $150
                 	            FRP-130-01	 176756	 T122	 W	  1-3:50PM                                                         Meets:	5/7	&	5/8.	Prerequisite:	Pass	FRP-131	(S-131)	and	FRP-230	(S-230).
                 	             CRAWFORD	                $0	 $0	      $275	   $275                              FRP-236	     TACTICAL	DECISION	MAKING	IN	WILDLAND	FIRE	(S-336)	
                 FRP-131	     ADVANCED	FIREFIGHTER	TRAINING	(S-131),	1	CREDIT                                  	            2	CREDITS
                 NWCG S-131 certified. For firefighters who wish to become qualified                           NWCG S-336 certified. Provides knowledge and practice in decision
                 in the first level of supervision, Advanced Firefighter/Squad Boss, be-                       making necessary to effectively apply tactical decision making in
                 ing a first responder to initial fire attack. Textbooks are provided.                         wildland firefighting.
                 	            FRP-131-01	 176758	 T122	             F	         6-8:50PM                        	            FRP-236-01	 176769	 T120	            TWTH	      8-4:50PM
                 	            	           	       T122	             S	         8-4:50PM                        	             CRAWFORD/LOGAN	                     $0	        $0	      $175	           $175
                 	              LOGAN	                              $0	        $0	      $150	         $150                   Meets:	4/7,	4/8	&	4/9.
                               Meets:	4/3	&	4/4.	Prerequisite:	Pass	FRP-130	(S-130).                           FRP-243	     SURVIVOR	I:	MAP,	COMPASS,	GPS,	2	CREDITS
                 FRP-180	     WILDLAND	FIRE/CWE,	3	CREDITS                                                     This course covers maps, compass, grid locations, land descriptions,
                 Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field                            topography, distance and directions, and Global Positioning Sys-
                 of wildland fire fighting.                                                                    tems.
                 	            FRP-180-01	 176759	 JOBSITE	                                                     	            FRP-243-01	 176770	 T124	            F	         6-9:50PM
                 	             N.LAUGLE	                   $0	                 $0	         $216	      $216     	            	           	       T124	            SSU	       8-4:50PM
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	toml@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-           	              LAUGLE	                            $0	        $0	      $175	           $175
                               6958	x2319.                                                                                   Meets:	4/3,	4/4	&	4/5.
                 FRP-180	     WILDLAND	FIRE/CWE,	6	CREDITS                                                     FRP-244	     SURVIVOR	II:	WILDERNESS,	2	CREDITS
                 	            FRP-180-02	 176760	 JOBSITE	                                                     Be prepared to survive in the wilderness: the psychology of surviv-
                 	             N.	LAUGLE	                  $0	                 $0	         $447	      $447     ing and what to do when things go wrong. Uses the USAF Search &
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	toml@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-           Rescue Survival Manual.
                               6958	x2319.                                                                     	            FRP-244-01	 176771	 T124	            F	         6-8:50PM
                 FRP-200	     BASIC	INCIDENT	COMMAND	SYSTEM	(I-200),	1	CREDIT                                  	            	           	       T124	            SSU	       8-4:50PM
                 NWCG I-200 certified. Introduces the student to principles associ-                            	              LAUGLE	                            $0	        $0	      $175	           $175
                 ated with the Incident Command System (ICS) covering organiza-                                              Meets:	4/17,	4/18	&	4/19.
                 tion, facilities, resource terminology and common responsibilities                            FRP-245	     SURVIVOR	III:	WEATHER	OF	NW,	2	CREDITS
                 associated with incident assignments.                                                         This course is designed for the wildland firefighter, mariner, hiker,
                 	            FRP-200-01	 176761	 T120	             T	         8-4:50PM                        hunter and others who need to know the basics of weather forecast-
                 	            	           	       T120	             W	         8-11:50AM                       ing.
                 	              CRAIN	                              $0	        $0	      $150	         $150     	            FRP-245-01	 176772	 T124	            F	         6-9:50PM
                               Meets:	5/19	&	5/20.
                                                                                                               	            	           	       T124	            SSU	       8-4:50PM
                                                                                                               	              STAFF	                             $0	        $0	      $175	           $175
                                                                                                                             Meets:	5/1,	5/2	&	5/3.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.         HYB Classroom/online             V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                   course-see page 15.             cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                  TBA To be arranged: contact      NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                         department first class
                      see page 14.

            62   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-246	     SURVIVOR	IV:	WILDERNESS	FIRST	AID,	2	CREDITS                                             	        FN-225-02	      177198	 ONLINE	
Covers back country first aid and evacuation techniques in a wilder-                              	             RICE	                                $268	     $20	        $60	       $348




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ness setting.                                                                                                   Distance	Learning:	Telecourse/online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	
	            FRP-246-01	 176773	 T124	              F	         6-8:50PM                                         nuhar@clackamas.edu	or	503-594-6005.	This	class	fulfills	the	nutrition	
	            	           	       T124	              SSU	       8-4:50PM                               	        FN-225-03	      177199	 ONLINE	
	              LAUGLE	                              $0	        $0	      $175	         $175        	             RICE	                                $268	     $20	        $60	       $348
              Meets:	4/24,	4/25	&	4/26.                                                                         Distance	Learning:	Telecourse/online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	
FRP-259	     TASK	FORCE/STRIKE	TEAM	LEADER	(S-330),	2	CREDITS                                                   nuhar@clackamas.edu	or	503-594-6005.	This	class	fulfills	the	nutrition	
NWCG S-330 certified. Learn to recognize, plan and implement ap-                                                requirement	for	most	nursing	programs.
propriate tactics in various incident situations with various resources
and identify hazards and risks and mitigate them.
	            FRP-259-01	 176774	 T120	              SSU	       8-4:50PM
                                                                                                  Foreign Language
	             CRAWFORD/LOGAN	                       $0	        $0	      $175	         $175        ASL-103	     AMERICAN	SIGN	LANGUAGE,	4	CREDITS
              Meets:	5/2,	5/3	&	5/9.                                                              Emphasis will be on developing conversational competence. Course
                                                                                                  includes basic ASL vocabulary and grammar used for basic commu-
FRP-270	     BASIC	AIR	OPERATIONS	S-270,	1	CREDIT                                                 nication such as opening conversations, clarifying, giving reasons,
NWCG S-270 certified. A survey of aircraft used in fire suppression                               narrating family history, correcting, and elaborating.
and how to conduct yourself in and around aircraft.                                               	            ASL-103-01	 175126	 B239	             TTH	      1-2:50PM
	            FRP-270-01	 176775	 T120	              F	         6-9:50PM                           	             JAUSSI	                              $268	     $20	     $10	          $298
	            	           	       T120	              S	         8-4:50PM                                         Prerequisite:	Pass	ASL-102	or	instructor	consent.
	              LAUGLE	                              $0	        $0	      $175	         $175        	            ASL-103-03	 175128	 B237	             MW	       1-2:50PM
              Meets:	4/17	&	4/18.
                                                                                                  	             JAUSSI	                              $268	     $20	     $10	          $298
FRP-280	     WILDLAND	FIRE/ADVANCED	CWE,	3	CREDITS                                                              Prerequisite:	Pass	ASL-102	or	instructor	consent.
Provides student with work-based learning experience in the field of                              	            ASL-103-02	 175127	 B239	             MW	       5:30-7:20PM
wildland fire fighting.                                                                           	             JAUSSI	                              $268	     $20	      $10	         $298
	            FRP-280-01	 176776	 JOBSITE	                                                                       Prerequisite:	Pass	ASL-102	or	instructor	consent.
	             LAUGLE	                     $0	                  $0	         $216	      $216        ASL-211	     CONV.	AMERICAN	SIGN	LANGUAGE,	3	CREDITS
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	toml@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-               An immersion course in the concepts of ASL. Emphasizes the de-
              6958	x2319.                                                                         velopment of receptive signing skills and expands communicative
FRP-280	     WILDLAND	FIRE/ADVANCED	CWE,	6	CREDITS                                                abilities. To apply to a university interpreter program, further studies
	            FRP-280-02	 176777	 JOBSITE	                                                         are needed.
	             LAUGLE	                     $0	 $0	 $447	                               $447        	            ASL-211-01	 175130	 B237	             MW	       3-4:20PM
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	toml@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-               	             JAUSSI	                              $201	     $15	     $10	          $226
              6958	x2319.                                                                                       Prerequisite:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	completion	of	ASL-103	or	
FRP-290	     INTERMEDIATE	WILDLAND	FIRE	BEHAVIOR	(S-290),	                                                      instructor	consent.	Corequiste:	ASL-203-01.
	            3	CREDITS                                                                            FR-103	      FIRST-YEAR	FRENCH,	4	CREDITS
NWCG S-290 certified. Study of weather and environmental factors                                  Designed to give the student a fundamental knowledge of pronun-
and how these factors affect wildland fires.                                                      ciation and intonation, structure and syntax as well as comprehen-
	            FRP-290-01	 176778	 T120	              S	         8-4:50PM                           sion skills sufficient for basic communicative proficiency in the
	            	           	       T120	              SU	        8-4:50PM                           language.
	              CRAWFORD	                            $0	        $0	      $275	         $275        	            FR-103-01	      175178	 B237	         TTH	      10-11:50AM
              Meets:	5/30,	5/31,	6/6	&	6/7.                                                       	             CROPSEY	                             $268	     $20	     $10	          $298
FRP-296	     WILDLAND	FIRE	BEHAVIOR	CALCULATIONS	(S-390)	                                                       Prerequisite:	Pass	FR-102	or	instructor	consent.
	            3	CREDITS                                                                            FR-203	      SECOND-YEAR	FRENCH,	4	CREDITS
NWCG S-390 certified. Introduces fire behavior calculations using a                               Expands on first-year French in the review of grammar and in the
variety of methods.                                                                               cultural reading material. Communication skills are emphasized
	            FRP-296-01	 178890	 T122	              TWTHF	 8-4:50PM                               stressing oral proficiency.
	             STAFF	                                $0	    $0	      $175	             $175        	            FR-203-01	      175192	 B237	         TTH	      1-2:50PM
              Meets:	6/2,	6/3,	6/4	&	6/5.	Prerequisites:	FRP-290	(S-290)	and	qualify	as	a	        	             CROPSEY	                             $268	     $20	     $10	          $298
              single	resource	boss.                                                                             Prerequisite:	Pass	FR-202	or	instructor	consent.
                                                                                                  FRL-100	     WORKPLACE	SPANISH:	NURSES,	1	CREDIT
Food & Nutrition                                                                                  Designed to provide specific Spanish language skills to assist Span-
                                                                                                  ish-speaking patients more effectively to enhance patient care, re-
FN-110	      PERSONAL	NUTRITION,	3	CREDITS                                                        duce anxiety, obtain medical history, and explain/give directions for
How nutrition affects health and fitness for the individual and the                               procedures. No prior knowledge of Spanish required.
family. Analysis of present diet and methods to improve food prepa-
ration and habits. Basic nutrition course for student with little or no                           	            FRL-100-01	 178432	 DJ233	            T	        5-7:50PM
                                                                                                  	             BJERRE	                              $0	       $0	      $199	         $199
science background.                                                                                             Meets:	5/5-6/2.	Books/tapes/CDs	distributed	on	5/5.	No	refunds	after	5/5.	
     	       FN-110-01	      177196	 ONLINE	                                                                    Registration	deadline:	5/5.	For	more	information,	contact	diannaf@
	             RICE	                                 $201	      $15	        $60	       $276                      clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x3137.
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	nuhar@            GER-103	     FIRST-YEAR	GERMAN,	4	CREDITS
              clackamas.edu	or	503-594-6005.	Does	not	fulfill	nursing	requirements.               Introduction to sound system and basic structural patterns of Ger-
FN-225	      NUTRITION,	4	CREDITS                                                                 man. Emphasis on the skills of listening, comprehension, speaking,
The role of nutrients in the development and maintenance of a                                     reading, writing, and cultural similarities and differences.
healthy body. Students utilize computer aided analysis of own diet                                	            GER-103-01	 175211	 B238	             MWF	      11:30-12:35PM
for nutritional adequacy. Examines current nutrition controversies.                               	             MILLER	                              $268	     $20	      $10	         $298
Strong background in life sciences recommended.                                                                 Prerequisite:	Pass	GER-102	or	instructor	consent.
✔	           FN-225-01	      177197	 H330	          MW	        9-10:50AM
	             WEIR	                                 $268	      $20	     $25	          $313
              This	class	fulfills	the	nutrition	requirement	for	most	nursing	programs.	
              At	CCC	Harmony	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


                 Foreign Language, continued                                                                    	            SPN-103-05	 178431	 B237	            TTH	        6-7:50PM
                                                                                                                	             BARNHILL	                           $268	       $20	     $10	         $298
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                                                                                                                              Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN	102	or	instructor	consent.
                 GER-203	       SECOND-YEAR	GERMAN,	4	CREDITS
                 Review and expansion of basic language skills through discussion,                              ✔	           SPN-103-07	 175532	 OIT145	          TTH	        7:30-9:20PM
                 reading, and writing of varied contemporary topics from the Ger-                               	             JUNQUERA-SANTANA	                   $268	       $20	      $10	        $298
                                                                                                                              Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN-102	or	instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	
                 man language and culture.                                                                                    Campus.
                 	              GER-203-01	 175220	 B238	            TTH	      10-11:50AM
                                                                                                                SPN-203	     SECOND-YEAR	SPANISH,	4	CREDITS
                 	               MILLER	                             $268	     $20	     $10	           $298
                                Prerequisite:	Pass	GER-202	or	instructor	consent.                               Third of a three-term intermediate, multimedia course. Concentra-
                                                                                                                tion is speaking, listening comprehension, reading, and writing.
                 GER-213	       INTERMEDIATE	GERMAN	CONV.,	3	CREDITS                                            Explores cultural differences among Spanish-speaking countries and
                 Development of speaking and listening proficiency through creative                             between the latter and European-American culture.
                 activities such as discussions of excerpts from contemporary Ger-                              	            SPN-203-02	 175572	 B239	            TTH	        10-11:50AM
                 man-language media, presentations, games and interviews of class-                              	             JUNQUERA-SANTANA	                   $268	       $20	     $10	         $298
                 mates.                                                                                                       Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN-202	or	instructor	consent.
                 	              GER-213-01	 175223	 B238	            TTH	      10-11:15AM                       	            SPN-203-01	 175571	 B238	            TTH	        1-2:50PM
                 	               MILLER	                             $201	     $15	     $10	           $226     	             BJERRE	                             $268	       $20	     $10	         $298
                                Prerequisite:	Pass	GER-103	with	grade	of	“C”	or	better	or	instructor	con-                     Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN-202	or	instructor	consent.
                                sent.
                                                                                                                	            SPN-203-03	 175573	 B237	            MW	         6-7:50PM
                 RUS-103	       FIRST-YEAR	RUSSIAN,	4	CREDITS                                                   	             BARNHILL	                           $268	       $20	     $10	         $298
                 Continues introduction of all basic language skills in Russian. Em-                                          Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN-202	or	instructor	consent.
                 phasis placed on oral skills, vocabulary, and grammar in patterns                              SPN-213	     INTERMEDIATE	SPANISH	CONV.,	3	CREDITS
                 that imitate natural conversation.                                                             Emphasis will be to continue to develop oral proficiency beyond
                 	              RUS-103-01	 175449	 TBA	             TTH	      10-11:50AM                       that achieved by the end of second year Spanish including expand-
                 	               BOGDANOVICH-WERNER	                 $268	     $20	     $10	           $298     ing vocabulary and broadening the student’s cultural awareness of
                                Prerequisite:	Pass	RUS-102	or	instructor	consent.                               the Spanish-speaking world.
                 RUS-203	       SECOND-YEAR	RUSSIAN,	4	CREDITS                                                  	            SPN-213-01	 175584	 B237	            TTH	        8:30-9:50AM
                 Intermediate Russian which continues to focus on all of the lan-                               	             JUNQUERA-SANTANA	                   $201	       $15	      $10	        $226
                 guage skills presented up through RUS-202.                                                                   Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN-203	or	instructor	consent.
                 	              RUS-203-01	 175450	 B238	            MW	       6-7:50PM                         SPN-280	     SPANISH/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 	               BOGDANOVICH-WERNER	                 $268	     $20	     $10	           $298     Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                                Prerequisite:	RUS-202	or	instructor	consent.
                                                                                                                Spanish.
                 SPN-102	       FIRST-YEAR	SPANISH,	4	CREDITS                                                   	            SPN-280-01	 175585	 JOBSITE	
                 Second term of a three-term foundational, multimedia course for                                	             MILLER	                     $402	               $30	      $15	       $447V
                 beginners. Initial emphasis is on speaking and listening comprehen-                                          Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                 sion, with secondary emphasis on reading and writing.
                 	
                 	
                                SPN-102-02	 175509	 B237	
                                 BARNHILL	
                                                                     S	
                                                                     $268	
                                                                               8:30-12:20PM
                                                                               $20	      $10	          $298     General Education Development (GED)
                                Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN-101	or	instructor	consent.                               GED	Classes	offered	Days	and	Evenings	in	the	Dye	Learning	Center,	
                 	              SPN-102-01	 175508	 B238	            MWF	      9-10:05AM                        D-133.
                 	               BJERRE	                             $268	     $20	     $10	           $298
                                                                                                                Individual schedules are arranged and students register by ap-
                                Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN-101	or	instructor	consent.
                                                                                                                pointment only. Fees are determined at orientation. For additional
                 SPN-103	       FIRST-YEAR	SPANISH,	4	CREDITS                                                   information about scheduling, registration, high school referral, or
                 Third of a three-term foundational, multimedia course for begin-                               release from compulsory attendance, please call 503-657-6958,	
                 ners. Initial emphasis is on speaking and listening comprehension,                             ext.	2595.
                 with secondary emphasis on reading and writing. Various cultural
                                                                                                                   GED	Days/Dye	Learning	Center:
                 themes are presented.
                                                                                                                   D-133, M-TH, 8:30-11:30AM, 12:30-3:30PM
                 	              SPN-103-01	 175527	 B237	            MWF	      9-10:05AM
                 	               MILLER	                             $268	     $20	     $10	           $298          ABE/GED	Days/Harmony	Campus: OIT 170, M-TH, 8:30AM-
                                Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN-102	or	instructor	consent.                                    11:30AM
                 	              SPN-103-02	 175528	 B237	            MWF	      10:15-11:20AM
                 	               BJERRE	                             $268	     $20	      $10	          $298
                                                                                                                     GED	Evenings/Dye	Learning	Center: D-133, M/W, 5-7:50PM
                                Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN-102	or	instructor	consent.                                    Other	youth	programs	include:
                 	              SPN-103-04	 175530	 B237	            MWF	      11:30-12:35PM
                 	               BJERRE	                             $268	     $20	      $10	          $298          Young	Parent	Opportunity	Program: 503-657-6958, ext. 2592
                                Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN-102	or	instructor	consent.                               GED-011	 GED	EN	ESPANOL,	0	CREDIT
                 	              SPN-103-03	 175529	 B238	            MW	       1-2:50PM                         Instrucción del desarrollo de habilidades básicas ofrecida en español.
                 	               CROPSEY	                            $268	     $20	     $10	           $298     El examen de diagnóstico determina las necesidades académicas del
                                Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN-102	or	instructor	consent.                               alumno. Entrada y salida de la clase todo el tiempo, se ofrece en el
                 HYB	           SPN-103-08	 175533	 B237	            T	        5-5:50PM                         colegio principal. Se requiere el consentimiento del Instructor para
                 	               BARNHILL	                           $268	     $20	     $10	           $298     registrarse. Para mayor información contactar a Camilo Sánchez al
                                Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Tuesday	plus	online	hours.	Prerequisite:	Pass	        503-657-6958 x2944.
                                SPN-102	or	instructor	consent.                                                  Basic academic skill development instruction offered in Spanish.
                 ✔	             SPN-103-06	 175531	 OIT145	          TTH	      5:30-7:20PM                      Diagnostic test determine individual academic needs. Open-entry,
                 	               JUNQUERA-SANTANA	                   $268	     $20	      $10	          $298     open-exit class offered at Campus Learning Center. Required: In-
                                Prerequisite:	Pass	SPN-102	or	instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	               structor consent. For more information contact Camilo Sánchez at
                                Campus.                                                                         503-657 6958 x2944.

                 ✔	     Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.         HYB Classroom/online             V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                        campus, other off campus                                                  course-see page 15.             cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                        location                            Distance Learning:
                                                            Correspondence-                  TBA To be arranged: contact      NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 140.
                        Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                         department first class
                        see page 14.

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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


ESPAñOL	     GED-011-02	 176313	 F106	            MWF	      9-11:50AM                       GIS-255	     INTRO	TO	ARCGIS	1	-	VERSION	9,	1	CREDIT
	             SANCHEZ	                            $0	       $0	      $50	            $50    Covers fundamental GIS concepts as well as how to query a GIS




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              Required:	Instructor	consent.	                                                database, manipulate tabular data, edit spatial and attribute data
ESPAñOL	     GED-011-01	 176312	 D129	            MW	       6-8:50PM                        clearly and efficiently using maps and charts.
	             SANCHEZ	                            $0	       $0	      $50	            $50    	            GIS-255-01	     176786	 B274	       FS	          8-4:50PM
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                 	             KOTZE	                             $0	          $0	      $495	       $495
GED-049	 LATINO	GED	Y	HABILIDADES	PARA	LA	VIDA,	0	CREDIT	                                                 Meets:	5/15	&	5/16.
	        (LATINO	GED	&	LIFE	SKILLS)                                                         GIS-280	     GIS/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
Desarrollo de habilidades académicas básicas, ofrecida en español                           Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field
con énfasis en los requerimientos para presentar el test del GED para                       of geographic information systems (GIS).
obtener el certificado equivalente a la High School. También se en-                         	            GIS-280-01	     176787	 JOBSITE	
foca en habilidades básicas de la vida, metas personales e interés de                       	             KOTZE	                             $402	        $30	     $15	       $447V
carreras. Se requiere el consentimiento del Instructor para registrarse.                                  Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
Para mayor información contactar a Camilo Sánchez al 503-657-
                                                                                            GIS-289	     SPECIAL	PROJECT,	3	CREDITS
6958 x2944.
                                                                                            Design and execute a project that can be incorporated into the work
Offered in Spanish. Basic academic skill development with empha-
                                                                                            experience. May be a project needed by the CWE employer or a
sis on requirements to take the GED test to obtain a high school
                                                                                            project of interest to the student under the GIS supervisor direction.
equivalency certificate. Also focuses on basic life skills, personal and
career goals and interests. Required: Instructor consent. For more                          	            GIS-289-01	     176788	 B274	       TTH	         2-4:50PM
information contact Camilo Sánchez at 503-657-6958 x2944.                                   	             SUTTON	                            $201	        $15	     $90	        $306
                                                                                                          Required:	Instructor	Consent.
✔	ESPAñOL	 GED-049-04	 176320	 OIT170	            S	        9-11:50AM
	           SANCHEZ	                              $0	       $0	      $30	            $30
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                          Geography
✔	ESPAñOL	 GED-049-01	 176318	 35A	               TTH	      5-7:50PM                        GEO-110	 CULTURAL	&	HUMAN	GEOGRAPHY,	4	CREDITS
	           SANCHEZ	                              $0	       $0	      $30	            $30
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Estacada	High	School.                        Human population, agriculture, political patterns, language, reli-
                                                                                            gion, folk culture, popular culture, ethnic culture, urban landscapes,
✔	ESPAñOL	 GED-049-02	 176319	 CATC719	 TTH	                6-8:50PM
	           SANCHEZ	                    $0	                 $0	      $50	            $50    industry, and transportation.
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Canby	Applied	Technology	Center.             ✔	           GEO-110-15	 175197	 W215	           TH	          6-9:50PM
                                                                                            	             KEELER	                            $0	          $0	      $288	       $288
✔	ESPAñOL	 GED-049-03	 179302	 CLSRM	             TTH	      6-8:50PM                                      Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	
	           SANCHEZ	                              $0	       $0	      $25	            $25                  Campus.
              Required:		Instructor	consent.		At	Lot	Whitcomb	Elementary	School,	
              Milwaukie.                                                                    GEO-130	 INTRODUCTION	TO	ENVIRONMENTAL	GEOGRAPHY,		
✔	ESPAñOL	 GED-049-06	 176321	 W211	              MW	       6-8:50PM                        	        4	CREDITS
	           SANCHEZ	                              $0	       $0	      $50	            $50    Explores the contemporary global environmental problems such as:
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.                      overpopulation, over consumption, ozone layer depletion, pollu-
                                                                                            tion, acid rain, deforestation, desertification, and waste problems.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS)                                                        	
                                                                                            	
                                                                                                         GEO-130-01	 175200	 M249	
                                                                                                          FOSTER	
                                                                                                                                             TTH	
                                                                                                                                             $268	
                                                                                                                                                          1-2:50PM
                                                                                                                                                          $20	     $0	         $288
GIS-210	     RESEARCH	TECHNIqUES,	2	CREDITS                                                               Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
Focuses on geospatial data and how it is identified, obtained, orga-                        GEO-280	 GEOGRAPHY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
nized, queried and managed in GIS. Covers integrating disparate                             Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
data sources, industry standard formats, acquiring GPS and remotely                         geography.
sensed data and deriving spatial data from sources.                                         	            GEO-280-01	 175202	 JOBSITE	
    	        GIS-210-20	     176782	 ONLINE	                                                	             KEELER	                     $402	               $30	     $15	       $447V
	             KOTZE	                              $134	     $10	         $95	       $239                  Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Contact:	carelk@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	

                                                                                            Gerontology
              x5268.
GIS-232	     DATA	COLLECTION	&	APPLICATION,	3	CREDITS
Introduction to data collection techniques using global positioning                         GRN-183	 DEATH	AND	DYING,	3	CREDITS
systems, PDA’s, and related software. Emphasis on different ways to                         Introduces students to knowledge of the death and dying process.
create data through existing surveys, compilation of data from many                         Content will include historical and cross cultural perspectives on
sources, and merging data from differing sources.                                           death, funeral and death rites, death and grief across the lifespan,
	            GIS-232-01	     176783	 B152A	       MW	       10:30-1:20PM                    theoretical views of the grief process, hospice and palliative care,
	             KOTZE	                              $201	     $15	      $90	          $306    ethical considerations, and physician-assisted suicide. Focus will be
              Prerequisite:	GIS-281.                                                        placed on how to effectively interact with individuals going through
GIS-234	     AERIAL	PHOTO	INTERPRETATION,	3	CREDITS                                         a death or grief process. Students will examine how grief is ex-
Introduction to the science of aerial photography, land use classifi-                       pressed on both the societal and personal levels.
cation, and techniques used to interpret images, along with relevant                        	            GRN-183-01	 179003	 TBA	            TTH	         1-2:20PM
fieldwork.                                                                                  	             SMITH	                             $201	        $15	     $0	         $216
	            GIS-234-01	 176784	 B152A	 MW	   8-10:50AM
	
GIS-236	
              KOTZE	                    $201	 $15	
             VISUAL	BASIC	PROGRAMMING-GIS,	3	CREDITS
                                                       $90	                         $306    Health
                                                                                            HE-151	      BODY	&	DRUGS	I,	3	CREDITS
An introduction to Object Oriented Programming and Visual Basic                             This course examines the history of legal and illegal drug use; drug
for Application (VBA) programming for ArcGIS. Basics of VBA and                             classification; the physiological and psychological impact of drugs
ArcObjects are explained so students can create VBA macros to cus-                          on the body; and treatment modalities for drug abuse/addiction.
tomize the ArcGIS environment.                                                              This class will also review the stimulant group of drugs.
	            GIS-236-01	     176785	 B274	        TTH	      1-3:50PM
                                                                                            	            HE-151-01	 176514	 R201	            MWF	         10-10:50AM
	             SUTTON	                             $201	     $15	     $90	           $306
                                                                                            	             PANTAGES	                          $201	        $15	     $0	         $216
              Prerequisite:	CS-121.


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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                                                                                  HYB	         HE-252-04	      178620	 R201
                                                                                                                    	             NELSON	                              $201	      $15	        $25	        $241
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                 HE-152	          BODY	&	DRUGS	II,	3	CREDITS                                                                      Hybrid	class.	Orientation:	Online.	Meets:	Two	on-campus	dates	announced	
                 The second of a two-course sequence, this course examines three                                                  in	orientation,	in	addition	to	online	hrs.	Contact:	tracyn@clackamas.edu	or	
                                                                                                                                  503-657-6958	x2099.	Order	textbook,	“First	Aid-Responding	to	Emergen-
                 drug categories (depressants, hallucinogens, and the “other” drugs),
                                                                                                                                  cies”	by	American	Red	Cross	and	CPR	Skill	Cards	from	Clackamas	Book-
                 their history, their physiological and psychological impact; and their                                           store	at	503-657-6958	x2248.
                 specific treatment modalities.
                                                                                                                    HYB	         HE-252-05	      176527	 R201
                 	                HE-152-01	 176515	 R201	              MWF	      1-1:50PM
                                                                                                                    	             NELSON	                              $201	      $15	        $35	        $251
                 	                 PANTAGES	                            $201	     $15	     $0	            $216                    Hybrid	class.	Orientation:	Online.	Meets:	Two	on-campus	dates	announced	
                                  Prerequisiste:	HE-151.                                                                          in	orientation,	in	addition	to	online	hrs.	Contact:	tracyn@clackamas.edu	or	
                 HE-204	          NUTRITION	&	WEIGHT	CONTROL,	3	CREDITS                                                           503-657-6958	x2099.	Order	textbook,	“First	Aid-Responding	to	Emergen-
                 Methods of maintaining or improving fitness by considering diets                                                 cies”	by	American	Red	Cross	and	CPR	Skill	Cards	from	Clackamas	Book-
                 and dieting, obesity, types of exercise, physical testing, cardiovascu-                                          store	at	503-657-6958	x2248.
                 lar fitness and nutritional concepts.                                                              HE-255	      BODY	AND	ALCOHOL,	3	CREDITS
                 	                HE-204-02	     176517	 R220	          MWF	      11-11:50AM                        Covers alcohol as a drug, problem drinking, alcohol use and its ef-
                 	                 BUEL	                                $201	     $15	     $0	            $216      fect on family, social and economic well-being and the rehabilita-
                      	           HE-204-01	     176516	 ONLINE	                                                    tion process.
                 	                 BUEL	                                $201	     $15	         $35	       $251      	            HE-255-01	 176528	 R201	 MWF	                    11-11:50AM
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Contact:	jessicab@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-            	             PANTAGES	               $201	                   $15	     $0	            $216
                                  6958	x2435.	Order	textbook,	“Total	Fitness”	by	Dodd	&	Powers	from	CCC	
                                                                                                                    HE-261	      COMMUNITY	CPR,	1	CREDIT
                                  Bookstore	at	503-657-6958	x2248.
                                                                                                                    Completion of class with a passing grade of “B” or better entitles the
                 HE-205	          YOUTH	ADDICTIONS,	3	CREDITS                                                       student to an American Red Cross Certification in Adult, Child and
                 Increase knowledge of adolescent development and programs de-                                      Infant Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation.
                 signed for prevention, assessment, intervention and treatment of                                   	            HE-261-01	      176529	 R201	         MW	        3-6:50PM
                 chemically dependent youth. Investigates specific techniques for                                   	             WOODS	                               $67	       $5	      $25	            $97
                 counseling youth. Required for Criminal Justice & Correction stu-                                                Meets:	5/18	&	5/20.	Required:	Two	hrs	TBA.
                 dents.
                                                                                                                    	            HE-261-02	      176530	 R201	         MW	        6-9:50PM
                      	           HE-205-01	     177193	                                                            	             DIEHL	                               $67	       $5	      $25	            $97
                 	                 LUNA	                                $201	     $15	         $35	       $251                    Meets:	6/1	&	6/3.	Required:	Two	hrs	TBA.
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	
                                                                                                                    HE-280	      HEALTH/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                                  michaelL@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2143.	Recommended:	
                                  Broadband	Internet	access.                                                        Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                                                                                                                    health.
                 HE-249	          MENTAL	HEALTH,	3	CREDITS                                                          	            HE-280-01	      176531	 R101	
                 Examines factors which influence emotional and mental well-being.                                  	             WOODS	                               $402	      $30	        $15	       $447V
                 Emphasis on handling day-to-day situations in a positive, healthful                                              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                 manner.
                 	                HE-249-01	 176518	 R201	 MWF	                   9-9:50AM                          HPE-295	     HEALTH	AND	FITNESS	FOR	LIFE,	3	CREDITS
                 	                 PANTAGES	               $201	                  $15	     $0	            $216
                                                                                                                    Explores interaction of physical fitness and health. Meets three
                                                                                                                    times a week for personal fitness assessment and two weekly class-
                 HE-250	          PERSONAL	HEALTH,	3	CREDITS                                                        room sessions, covering related topics.
                 Explores the interaction of health and the quality of life. Includes                               	            HPE-295-01	 176532	 R220	             MWF	       8-9:50AM
                 emotional behavior, drugs, disease, nutrition, human sexuality, car-                               	             FISKUM	                              $201	      $15	     $10	           $226
                 diovascular functioning, and medical care.                                                                       Required:	Five	hrs	TBA.
                      	           HE-250-01	     178619	 ONLINE	                                                    	            HPE-295-03	 176534	 R220	             MWF	       10-11:50AM
                 	                 BUEL	                                $201	     $15	         $35	       $251      	             FISKUM	                              $201	      $15	     $10	           $226
                                  Explores	the	interaction	of	health	and	the	quality	of	life.	Includes	emotional	                 Required:	Five	hrs	TBA.
                                  behavior,	drugs,	disease,	nutrition,	human	sexuality,	cardiovascular	function,	
                                  and	medical	care.	Distance	Learning:	Online.	Contact	jessicab@clackamas.
                                  edu	or	503-657-6958	x2435.	Order	textbook,	“Health:	The	Basics”	by	Do-
                                  natelle	from	Clackamas	Bookstore	at	503-657-6958	x	2248.
                                                                                                                    Healthcare Professional Development
                                                                                                                    HPD-009	 CPR-INITIAL,	0.6	CEU	
                      	           HE-250-03	     176522	 ONLINE	
                                                                                                                    American Heart Association (AHA) Heathcare Provider CPR class. For
                 	                 NELSON	                              $201	     $15	         $35	       $251
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Contact:	tracyn@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	
                                                                                                                    initial training of AHA Healthcare Provider (Level “C”) CPR card.
                                  x2099.	Order	textbook,	“Health:	The	Basics”	by	Donatelle,	from	CCC	Book-          ✔	           HPD-009-10	 176938	 H330	             S	         9-3:20PM
                                  store	at	503-657-6958	x2248.                                                      	            	           	       H335	             S	         9-3:20PM
                                                                                                                    	              STAFF	                              $0	        $0	      $45	            $45
                 HE-252	          FIRST	AID/CPR,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                                                  Meets:	4/11,	with	half	hr	lunch	break	provided.	Required:	Purchase	and	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	a	CCC	Bookstore.	See	www.cccbooks.com	for	Bookstore	location(s)	
                 tation, splinting, and bandaging. Successful completion (“A” or “B”                                              and	hours.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 grade) of course leads to a Red Cross Responding to Emergencies,                                   ✔	           HPD-009-13	 176941	 H330	             S	         9-3:20PM
                 First Aid and Community CPR Certification.                                                         	            	           	       H335	             S	         9-3:20PM
                 	                HE-252-01	     176523	 R201	          TTH	      10:30-11:50AM                     	              STAFF	                              $0	        $0	      $45	            $45
                 	                 NELSON	                              $201	     $15	      $25	          $241                    Meets:	4/25,	with	half	hr	lunch	break	provided.	Required:	Purchase	and	read	
                 	                HE-252-02	     176524	 R201	          TTH	      1-2:20PM                                        text	prior	to	class,	“AHA	BLS	for	Healthcare	Providers.”	May	be	purchased	
                 	                 WOODS	                               $201	     $15	      $25	          $241                    through	a	CCC	Bookstore.	See	www.cccbooks.com	for	Bookstore	location(s)	
                 	                HE-252-03	     176525	 R201	          T	        6-8:50PM                                        and	hours.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	                 DIEHL	                               $201	     $15	      $25	          $241

                 ✔	       Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.          HYB Classroom/online              V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                          campus, other off campus                                                   course-see page 15.              cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                          location                            Distance Learning:
                                                              Correspondence-                   TBA To be arranged: contact       NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 140.
                          Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                          department first class
                          see page 14.

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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


✔	           HPD-009-14	 176942	 H330	             S	         9-3:20PM                        HST-203	     HISTORY	OF	THE	UNITED	STATES,	4	CREDITS
	            	           	       H335	             S	         9-3:20PM                        Covers the period since WWI.




                                                                                                                                                                                           Course Listing
	              STAFF	                              $0	        $0	      $45	           $45     	            HST-203-01	 175248	 M206	             TTH	       10-11:50AM
              Meets:	5/9,	with	half	hr	lunch	break	provided.	Required:	Purchase	&	read	       	             FLOWERS	                             $268	      $20	     $0	           $288
              text	prior	to	class,	“AHA	BLS	for	Healthcare	Providers.”	May	be	purchased	                    Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
              through	a	CCC	Bookstore.	See	www.cccbooks.com	for	Bookstore	location(s)	        	            HST-203-02	 175249	 M206	             MW	        1-2:50PM
              and	hours.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                               	             FLOWERS	                             $268	      $20	     $0	           $288
✔	           HPD-009-15	 176943	 H330	             S	         9-3:20PM                                      Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
	            	           	       H335	             S	         9-3:20PM                            	        HST-203-03	 175250	 ONLINE	
	              STAFF	                              $0	        $0	      $45	           $45     	             FLOWERS	                             $268	      $20	       $35	        $323
              Meets:	5/30,	with	half	hr	lunch	break	provided.	Required:	Purchase	and	read	                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	jackief@
              text	prior	to	class,	“AHA	BLS	for	Healthcare	Providers.”	May	be	purchased	                    clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2345.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
              through	a	CCC	Bookstore.	See	www.cccbooks.com	for	Bookstore	location(s)	                      placement	in	RD-115.
              and	hours.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                              HST-280	     HISTORY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
HPD-009	 D.O.T.	DRUG	TEST	COLLECTION	TRAINING,	1	CEU	                                         Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
Qualification training to collect urine specimens for drug testing                            history.
under U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations. Covers                             	            HST-280-01	 175254	 JOBSITE	
routine and problem collections. Requires demonstration of profi-                             	             FLOWERS	                    $402	               $30	       $15	       $447V
ciency for successful completion of class.                                                                  Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
✔	           HPD-009-06	 178523	 H310	             W	         6:30-8:20PM
	
	
             	
               HARRISON	
                         	       H310	             W	
                                                   $0	
                                                              9-9:50AM
                                                              $0	       $325	        $325     Horticulture
              Meets:	4/8-4/29.	Written	final	exam	5/9	in	H310,	9-9:50am.	Proficiency	         For more information call 503-657-6958, ext. 2246.
              final	exam	5/9	and/or	5/16	in	H310,	schedule	one	hour	between	
              10am-2:50pm.	Required:	Read	text	prior	to	class.	Download	Subparts	of           HOR-008	 GARDEN	COMPOSTING,	0	CREDIT
              Part	40	(C,	D,	E,	I,	Q)	plus	the	Urine	Specimen	Collection	Guidelines	at	       Learn a variety of techniques for composting yard debris. No pre-
              http://www.dot.gov/ost/dapc/udsc.html	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                    registration required for this FREE workshop.
                                                                                              	            HOR-008-01	 174844	 COMP	             S	         9-10:50AM
High School Diploma (AHSD)                                                                    	             FOLLIARD	                            $0	        $0	      $0	
                                                                                                            Meets:	5/2.	Call	503-657-6958	x2246	for	information	or	directions.
                                                                                                                                                                                     $0
Instruction offered day and evening in the Dye Learning Center, D133.
                                                                                              HOR-009	 ID:	WESTERN	OREGON	BROADLEAF	WEEDS,	0.3	CEU	
Individual schedules are arranged. Students must be 16 years old. Fees                        Identification of broadleaf weeds commonly found in Western
determined at assessment. For more information about scheduling, registra-                    Oregon landscapes. Four ODA pesticide recertification hours will be
tion, high school referral or release from compulsory attendance, call                        available, as well as 3 CEH for Landscape Construction Professionals
503-657-6958, ext. 2595. Other youth programs include Young Parent                            license.
Opportunity Program (pregnant & parenting teens), ext. 2592.                                      	        HOR-009-07	 178486	 ONLINE	           TBA	       TBA
                                                                                              	             HARBER	                              $0	        $0	        $35	         $35
History                                                                                                     Distance	learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu/hor-009-07.	Open	
                                                                                                            enrollment	3/30-6/5.	Course	must	be	completed	within	one	week.	Contact:	
HST-102	     HISTORY	OF	WESTERN	CIVILIZATION,	4	CREDITS                                                     rharber@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2785.
Origins and development of western civilization from the Renais-                              HOR-114	 GARDEN	DESIGN,	1	CREDIT
sance to the 1800s.                                                                           Introductory course for students to gain understanding and skills in
	            HST-102-01	 175229	 M206	             MWF	       11:30-12:35PM                   the area of planning garden areas, including drawing skills to
	             SHORR	                               $268	      $20	      $0	          $288     express garden schemes.
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.                                	            HOR-114-01	 174868	 C118	             S	         9-12:20PM
✔	           HST-102-15	 177895	 W215	             W	         6-9:50PM                        	             NORDSTROM	                           $67	       $5	      $10	           $82
	             SHORR	                               $0	        $0	      $288	         $288                   Meets:	4/4,	4/11,	4/18,	&	4/25.
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	
                                                                                              HOR-132	 PESTICIDE	SELECTION	&	USE,	3	CREDITS
              Campus.
                                                                                              Plant protection methods for weed, insect or disease control. Laws
HST-103	     HISTORY	OF	WESTERN	CIVILIZATION,	4	CREDITS                                       and regulations related to safety, handling and storage of pesticides.
Origins and development of western civilization in the 19th and                               Techniques for product selection, including chemical and non-
20th centuries.                                                                               chemical options, applicator safety and environmental protection
	            HST-103-01	 175234	 M206	             MWF	       7:45-8:50AM                     included. Prepare and test for the Oregon Pesticide Applicator
	             MCFARLAND	                           $268	      $20	      $0	          $288     exams.
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.                                	        HOR-132-01	 174869	 C133	  T	                        6:30-9:20PM
     	       HST-103-02	 175235	 ONLINE	                                                      	         B.	NELSON	                $201	                     $15	      $20	         $236
	             MCFARLAND	                           $268	      $20	        $35	       $323     HOR-140	 SOILS	&	FERTILIZERS,	3	CREDITS
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	patmc@
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5204.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
                                                                                              Soil characteristics and management, including nutritional elements
              placement	in	RD-115.                                                            and the relationship between the soil and plant growth.
                                                                                              	        HOR-140-01	 174870	 C133	 TH	   1-3:50PM
HST-202	     HISTORY	OF	THE	UNITED	STATES,	4	CREDITS                                          	         R.	NELSON	               $201	 $15	     $10	                               $226
Covers the period from the Age of Jackson to World War I.
                                                                                              HOR-142	 GREENHOUSE	CROPS-BEDDING	PLANT,	3	CREDITS
✔	           HST-202-01	 175244	 OIT149	           TH	        6-9:50PM
	             SHORR	                               $268	      $20	     $0	           $288     Detailed study of environmental influences on individual crops,
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.	At	CCC	Harmony	                their requirements, scheduling, including annual, biennial, and
              Campus.                                                                         perennial plant production.
                                                                                              	            HOR-142-01	 174871	 C117	             TH	        8-11:50AM
                                                                                              	             HOWLEY	                              $201	      $15	     $35	          $251




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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


                 Horticulture, continued                                                                        HOR-245	 ADVANCED	LANDSCAPE	DESIGN,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                                Advanced skill development in drawing, site analysis, and design,
Course Listing




                 HOR-143	 HORTICULTURE	PRACTICUM/SPRING,	6	CREDITS                                              including commercial and residential landscapes meeting profes-
                 Practical horticulture practices which include seasonal activities cov-                        sional standards.
                 ering container and field nurseries, greenhouse crops, garden design,                          	            HOR-245-01	 174882	 C118	           W	        6-9:50PM
                 landscape installation and landscape management. Basic practices                               	             LEE	                               $201	     $15	     $25	       $241
                 involved in transplanting, pruning, pest control, equipment opera-                                           Prerequisite:	Pass	HOR-229	&	HOR-234.
                 tions, turf, soil, water and fertilizer management. Industry field trips                       HOR-246	 ORGANIC	GARDENING,	3	CREDITS
                 included. Projects parallel Horticulture classes for spring term.                              Philosophy, writers, principles and practices of organic gardening.
                 HYB	           HOR-143-01	 174872	 C133	           MW	       8-11:50AM                         Organic gardening techniques appropriate to the maritime Pacific
                 	               HOWLEY/B.	NELSON/HARBER	           $402	     $30	     $40	           $472      Northwest.
                                Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Monday	and	Wednesday	plus	online	hours.		             	        HOR-246-01	 174883	 C133	 W	    1-4:50PM
                                Contact:	rharber@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2785.                           	         PARKER	                  $201	 $15	     $15	                         $231
                 HOR-144	 BASIC	PRUNING,	1	CREDIT                                                               HOR-247	 HARDSCAPE	INSTALLATION,	3	CREDITS
                 Why and how to prune trees, shrubs, and vines. Covers tools used                               Materials and construction methods used in landscape hardscape
                 for various pruning practices.                                                                 development with emphasis on design, materials selection, con-
                 	              HOR-144-01	 174873	 C133	           M	        1-4:50PM                          struction and maintenance of hardscape features for walls, patios,
                 	               R.	NELSON	                         $67	      $5	      $10	             $82     lighting, fencing, decks, and water features.
                                Meets:	3/30,	4/6,	4/13,	&	4/20.
                                                                                                                	        HOR-247-01	 174884	 C117	 T	    6:30-10:20PM
                 HOR-145	 TURF	INSTALLATION	&	MAINTENANCE,	3	CREDITS                                            	         BURRIS	                  $201	 $15	      $0	                         $216
                 Installation and maintenance of turf grasses commonly used in                                  HOR-248	 FLOWER	ARRANGER’S	GARDEN/SPR,	3	CREDITS
                 landscape construction. Emphasizes select cultural practices, irriga-                          Learn to identify and grow seasonal plants suitable for use as cut
                 tion, weed and pest identification and control.                                                flowers and foliage. Includes basic floral design and visits to local
                 	        HOR-145-01	 174874	 C118	 W	    1-4:50PM                                              cutting gardens. Ideal for garden designers, home gardeners, and
                 	         R.	NELSON	               $201	 $15	     $20	 $236                                    florists.
                 HOR-147	 MARKETING	WATER	EFFICIENT	LANDSCAPING,	1	CREDIT                                       	        HOR-248-01	 174885	 C118	               T	        1-4:50PM
                 Exploring the principles of water conservation in the landscape and                            	         BEUTLER	                               $201	     $15	     $45	       $261
                 how to be more profitable by selling water conservation practices to                           HOR-252	 KITCHEN	HERBS,	1	CREDIT
                 residential and commercial end users.                                                          Instruction will focus on how to use common herbs and spices as
                 	              HOR-147-01	 174875	 C133	           T	        1-4:20PM                          food and for craft. Practical instruction is provided to utilize herbs
                 	               SNELL	                             $67	      $5	      $0	              $72     and spices.
                                Meets:	3/31,	4/7,	&	4/14.                                                       	            HOR-252-01	 174886	 C118	           F	        8-11:50AM
                 HOR-228	 PLANT	IDENTIFICATION/SPRING,	3	CREDITS                                                	             HOWLEY	                            $67	      $5	      $10	        $82
                 Identification of flowering trees, shrubs, and ground covers includ-                                         Meets:	5/15,	5/22,	&	5/29.
                 ing their cultural requirements in the landscape.                                              HOR-280	 HORTICULTURE/CWE,	3	CREDITS
                 	              HOR-228-01	 174876	 C133	           T	        8-11:50AM                         Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various
                 	               HARBER	                            $201	     $15	      $20	          $236      segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing 9
                 HYB	           HOR-228-02	 174877	 C133	           M	        6:30-7:20PM                       credits of horticulture courses. May be repeated up to 6 credits.
                 	               HARBER	                            $201	     $15	      $20	          $236      	            HOR-280-01	 174887	 JOBSITE	 TBA	             TBA
                                Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Monday	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	rharber@           	             B.	NELSON	                  $201	            $15	     $15	       $231
                                clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2785.
                                                                                                                              Required:	A	CWE	seminar.
                 HOR-240	 IRRIGATION/DRAINAGE	PRACTICES,	3	CREDITS                                              HOR-281	 HORTICULTURE/CWE,	6	CREDITS
                 Materials, equipment, and methods used to install irrigation systems                           Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various
                 in landscape areas. Emphasis on home lawns, gardens, and larger ar-                            segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing 9
                 eas, including drainage methods for improved performances.                                     credits of horticulture courses.
                 	        HOR-240-01	 174878	 C117	 M	    6:30-10:20PM                                          	            HOR-281-01	 174888	 JOBSITE	 TBA	             TBA
                 	         SNELL	                   $201	 $15	      $15	                              $231      	             B.	NELSON	                  $402	            $30	     $15	       $447
                 HOR-242	 PLANT	PROPAGATION/SPRING,	3	CREDITS                                                                 Required:	A	CWE	seminar.
                 Proper techniques for reproducing plants from seed, cuttings, divi-                            HOR-282	 HORTICULTURE/CWE,	3	CREDITS
                 sion, and micro-propagation. Emphasis on seasonal plant produc-                                Cooperative work experience. On-the-job experience in the various
                 tion.                                                                                          segments of horticulture. Students enroll in co-op after completing 9
                 HYB	           HOR-242-01	 178483	 C117	           TH	       6-7:50PM                          credits of horticulture courses. May be repeated up to 6 credits.
                 	               WARD	                              $201	     $15	     $30	           $246      	            HOR-282-01	 174889	 JOBSITE	 TBA	             TBA
                                Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Thursday	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	jenniw@
                                clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2155.                                            	             B.	NELSON	                  $201	            $15	     $15	       $231
                                                                                                                              Required:	A	CWE	seminar.
                 HOR-243	 TREE	&	SHRUB	PRUNING/SPRING,	3	CREDITS
                 Pruning of woody ornamentals, including trees, shrubs, vines, and
                 groundcovers. Emphasis on pruning of spring flowering ornamentals
                 and training new growth.
                 	              HOR-243-01	 174880	 C133	           M	        1-4:50PM
                 	               R.	NELSON	                         $201	     $15	     $15	           $231




                 ✔	     Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.       HYB Classroom/online               V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                        campus, other off campus                                                course-see page 15.               cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                        location                            Distance Learning:
                                                            Correspondence-                TBA To be arranged: contact        NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 140.
                        Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                       department first class
                        see page 14.

            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



Human Development & Leadership                                                                  HD-154	      BUILDING	SELF-CONFIDENCE,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                Addresses elements forming and impacting self-confidence, includ-




                                                                                                                                                                                                Course Listing
See also College Success for related classes.                                                   ing dealing with fear, self esteem, personal power, and establishing
                                                                                                your center.
HD-101	      SERVICE	LEARNING	EXPERIENCE	I,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                	            HD-154-01	      177240	 RR205	        F	        6-8:50PM
Provides students with service learning experience in a community
setting. Students complete 22 hours of volunteer work and partici-                              	            	               	       RR205	        S	        9-4:50PM
pate in seminars. Provides information, skill building, reflection and                          	              DAVIS	                              $67	      $5	      $5	               $77
                                                                                                              Meets:	5/29	&	5/30.
assessment methods.
	            HD-101-01	      177225	 CC152	        TBA	       TBA                               HD-156	      CREATIVE	GOAL	SETTING,	1	CREDIT
	             BROWN	                               $0	        $0	           $0	            $0   Use the creative process with a variety of media to define, clarify,
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                     plan, and achieve personal or professional goals.
HD-102	      SERVICE	LEARNING	EXPERIENCE	II,	2-6V	CREDITS                                       ✔	           HD-156-01	      177241	 OIT155	       F	        6-8:50PM
Provides students with a service learning experience in a community                             	            	               	       OIT155	       S	        9-4:50PM
setting. Students complete 60-180 hours per term of volunteer work                              	              MALLATT	                            $67	      $5	      $10	              $82
                                                                                                              Meets:	5/22	&	5/23.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
and participate in seminars. A continuation of HD-101.
	            HD-102-01	      177226	 CC152	        TBA	       TBA                               HD-157	      PROCRASTINATION	&	TIME	MANAGEMENT,	1	CREDIT
	             BROWN	                               $0	        $0	           $0	            $0   Provides students the opportunity to study their procrastination
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Recommended:	Pass	HD-101.                           habits and time management patterns. Course focuses on compo-
                                                                                                nents of time organization, choices re: procrastination, and methods
HD-145	      STRESS	MANAGEMENT,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                to improve overall use of time.
Identifies specific personal stressors, and focus on developing skills
that enable students to deal more effectively with stress.                                           	       HD-157-01	 177242	 ONLINE	
                                                                                                	             HOLLATZ-WISELY	                      $67	      $5	         $40	        $112
	            HD-145-01	 177233	 RR205	             F	         6-8:50PM                                        Distance	Learning:	Online.	Meets:	4/27-5/29.	Orientation:	http://
	            	            	     RR205	             S	         9-4:50PM                                        dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	cherylhw@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	
	              HOLLATZ-WISELY	                     $67	       $5	      $5	                $77                 x2861.
              Meets:	5/1	&	5/2.
                                                                                                HD-158	      MANAGING	CHANGE,	1	CREDIT
HD-146	      VALUES	CLARIFICATION,	1	CREDIT                                                     Designed to enhance each student’s knowledge and understanding
Helps students examine beliefs, attitudes, and values behind deci-                              about transition and change in their own life and others around
sions and actions. The student will examine whether behavior                                    them.
matches stated beliefs, evaluate the consequences of choices, and
                                                                                                ✔	           HD-158-01	      177243	 OIT155	       F	        6-8:50PM
focus on clarifying a personal value system.
                                                                                                	            	               	       OIT155	       S	        9-4:50PM
	            HD-146-02	      177235	 RR205	        F	         6-8:50PM
                                                                                                	              MALLATT	                            $67	      $5	      $5	               $77
	            	               	       RR205	        S	         9-4:50PM                                        Meets:	6/5	&	6/6.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	              TEETOR	                             $67	       $5	      $5	                $77
              Meets:	4/24	&	4/25.                                                               HD-159	      SURVIVING	LOSS/REDISCOVER	JOY,	1	CREDIT
    	        HD-146-01	      177234	 ONLINE	                                                    Helps students understand the human experience of loss. Teaches
	             MARTINEZ	                            $67	       $5	           $40	       $112     the elements of bereavement, the stages of grief, as well as identifies
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	         different ways to cope.
              lupem@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2717.                                        	            HD-159-01	      178449	 RR205	        F	        6-8:50PM
HD-147	      DECISION	MAKING,	1	CREDIT                                                          	            	               	       RR205	        S	        9-4:50PM
Develop and improve your process for making satisfying choices.                                 	              SEEMANN	                            $67	      $5	      $10	              $82
                                                                                                              Meets:	5/15	&	5/16.
The basics of decision making, and processes for making personal,
social, and work choices are included. Use this class for your current                          HD-161	      MULTICULTURAL	AWARENESS,	1	CREDIT
decision needs.                                                                                 Introduction of the complexities of multicultural issues and how
    	        HD-147-02	      177236	 ONLINE	                                                    they influence one another in everyday life.
	             MARTINEZ	                            $67	       $5	           $35	       $107     	            HD-161-01	      178414	 M257	         F	        6-8:50PM
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	         	            	               	       M257	         S	        9-4:50PM
              lupem@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2717.                                        	              DAVIS	                              $67	      $5	      $5	               $77
HD-148	      DEALING	WITH	DEPRESSION,	1	CREDIT                                                                Meets:	5/15	&	5/16.
Introduction to causal theories, symptoms, treatment and preven-                                HD-162	      MEDITATION	&	RELAXATION,	1	CREDIT
tive methods for depression, a common mood disorder. Provides an                                Meditation techniques such as breathing awareness, progressive re-
opportunity to understand the impact of depression on the lives of                              laxation, and visualization will be discussed and practiced. Theories
those affected.                                                                                 and approaches to the importance of meditation are discussed.
	            HD-148-01	      177237	 RR205	        F	         6-8:50PM                          NEW	         HD-162-01	 178422	 M257	 T	     12-12:50PM
	            	               	       RR205	        S	         9-4:50PM                          	             MALLATT	                $67	   $5	      $0	                               $72
	              CONE	                               $67	       $5	      $5	                $77   HD-190	      LATINO	LEADERSHIP,	1-2V	CREDITS
              Meets:	4/17	&	4/18.                                                               Teaches intercultural and leadership skills, communication strate-
HD-152	      CONTEMPORARY	LATINO	ISSUES,	1	CREDIT                                               gies, Latino History in the U.S. and the mentoring process. May be
Explores cultural adjustment and conflict of Latinos in the US. Pro-                            repeated up to nine credits.
vides tools for cultural self-assessment and achievement.                                       	            HD-190-01	      177244	   TBA	        TH	       11-11:50AM
	            HD-152-01	      177238	 CCMALL	 F	               5-8:50PM                          	            	               	         TBA	        F	        5-8:50PM
	            	               	       CCMALL	 S	               9-4:50PM                          	            	               	         TBA	        S	        9-4:50PM
	            	               	       TBA	    SU	              12-7:50PM                         	            	               	         TBA	        SU	       12-7:50PM
	              MARTINEZ	                     $0	              $0	      $5	                 $5   	              MARTINEZ	                           $134	     $10	     $0	           $144V
              Meets:	4/17,	4/18,	5/9	&	6/7.	Required:	Instructor	consent.                                     Meets:	Every	Thursday,	and	4/17,	4/18,	5/9	&	6/7.	Required:	Instructor	
                                                                                                              consent.
HD-153	      MANAGING	CONFLICT	IN	YOUR	LIFE,	1	CREDIT
Introduction to managing conflict in a positive way. Examine per-
sonal beliefs about conflict and become more effective in solving
problems.
	            HD-153-01	 177239	 RR205	             F	         6-8:50PM
	            	            	     RR205	             S	         9-4:50PM                                                                                                      Continued
	              GONZALEZ-REYES	                     $67	       $5	      $5	                $77
              Meets:	5/8	&	5/9.
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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


                 Human Development & Leadership, continued                                                    HS-219	      CAREER	DEvELOPmENT	FACILITATOR	III,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                                              Presents	an	overview	of	career	decision	making	and	goal	setting,	job	
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                 HD-199	      INTERCULTURAL	DIALOGUE,	3	CREDITS                                               search	strategies	and	techniques,	and	workshop	facilitation	skills.	
                 This	course	is	designed	to	give	students	a	practical	application	of	                         Includes	program	design	and	promotion,	and	professional	develop-
                 intercultural	conversations.	Students	will	lead	small	conversation	                          ment	options.
                 groups	of	adult	English	as	a	Second	Language	learners	on	the	Clack-                          HYB	         HS-219-01	      176513	 M257	         S	        9-4:50PM
                 amas	Community	College	campus.                                                               	             SEEMANN	                             $268	     $20	     $0	            $288
                 NEW	         HD-199-01	 178298	 R219	  TTH	                  10:30-11:50AM                                 Hybrid	class.	Meets:	4/18	plus	online	hrs.	Contact:	robs@clackamas.edu	
                                                                                                                            or	503-657-6958	x5342.	Required:	Instructor	consent.	Third	term	of	a	Fall/
                 	             PACHECO	                 $201	                 $15	      $0	          $216
                                                                                                                            Winter/Spring	series.
                 HD-202	      LIFE	TRANSITIONS,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                              HS-267	      INTERvENTION	STRATEGIES	WORKING	W/FAmILIES,		
                 Examines	process	and	stages	of	life	transitions.	Helps	re-entry	adults	                      	            4	CREDITS
                 identify	personal	strengths	and	barriers	related	to	success	in	educa-                        Expands	students’	knowledge	of	working	with	families,	using	spe-
                 tion	and	employment.	Offers	opportunities	to	practice	interpersonal	                         cific	theories	and	techniques.	Addresses	multicultural	perspective,	
                 skills.	Provides	information	about	CCC	campus	and	community	re-                              history	of	family	structure	and	effective	interventions.
                 sources	which	can	assist	students	in	reaching	their	goals.
                                                                                                              	            HS-267-01	 177256	 TBA	 TH	   4-7:50PM
                 	            HD-202-01	 177245	 M257	              TH	       9-11:50AM                       	             HARDY	                 $268	 $20	     $0	    $288
                 	             ZINGARELLI	                          $0	       $0	      $25	           $25
                               Part	of	Life	&	Career	Options.	Corequisite:	HD-208-01.                         HS-280	      HUmAN	SERvICES	GENERALIST	I/CWE,	2-6v	CREDITS
                 	            HD-202-02	 177246	 M257	              T	        5:40-8:30PM
                                                                                                              Cooperative	work	experience	with	supervision	in	many	areas	of	hu-
                 	             ZINGARELLI	                          $0	       $0	       $25	          $25     man	services	occupations.
                               Part	of	Life	&	Career	Options.	Corequisite:	HD-208-02.                         	            HS-280-01	      177257	 CC152	        TBA	      TBA
                                                                                                              	             BROWN	                               $402	     $30	        $15	       $447V
                 HD-208	      CAREER	&	LIFE	PLANNING,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                                            Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:mindyb@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
                 Helps	re-entry	adults	identify	interests,	abilities,	values,	and	trans-                                    6958	x2250.	Prerequisite:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	completion	of	
                 ferable	skills	and	apply	this	information	to	goal	setting	and	career	                                      HS-170.	Corequisite:	CWE-281-26.
                 decisions.	Students	identify	and	explore	options	for	training,	educa-
                 tion,	and	employment.	Covers	job	search	skills	such	as	interviewing,	                        HS-281	      HUmAN	SERvICES	GENERALIST	II/CWE,	2-6v	CREDITS
                 resume	writing,	and	developing	a	career	portfolio.	Each	student	de-                          Cooperative	work	experience	level	II.	Supervised	experience	in	hu-
                 velops	an	action	plan	identifying	goals	and	next	steps.                                      man	services	occupations.
                 	            HD-208-01	      177247	 M257	         T	        9-11:50AM                       	            HS-281-01	      177258	 CC152	        TBA	      TBA
                 	             SIMS	                                $0	       $0	      $25	           $25     	             BROWN	                               $402	     $30	        $15	       $447V
                               Part	of	Life	&	Career	Options.	Corequisite:	HD-202-01.                                       Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	mindyb@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
                                                                                                                            6958	x2250.	Prerequisite:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	completion	of	
                 	            HD-208-02	      177248	 M257	         TH	       5:40-8:30PM                                   HS-170.	Corequisite:	CWE-282-26.
                 	             SIMS	                                $0	       $0	       $25	          $25
                               Part	of	Life	&	Career	Options.	Corequisite:	HD-202-02.                         HS-282	      HUmAN	SERvICES	GENERALIST	III/CWE,	2-6v	CREDITS
                                                                                                              Cooperative	Work	Experience	level	III.	Supervised	experience	in	hu-
                 Human Services                                                                               man	services	occupations.
                                                                                                              	            HS-282-01	      177259	 CC152	        TBA	      TBA
                 HS-130	      INTRODUCTION	TO	HOSPICE	CARE,	3	CREDITS                                         	             BROWN	                               $402	     $30	        $15	       $447V
                 For	individuals,	families	and	professionals	interested	in	learning	                                        Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	mindyb@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
                 about	Hospice	care	for	the	terminally	ill.	Issues	include	death,	dying	                                    6958	x2250.	Prerequisite:	Current	enrollment	in	or	successful	completion	of	
                 and	bereavement,	with	attention	to	psychosocial	needs,	pain	and	                                           HS-170.	Corequisite:	CWE-283-26.
                 symptom	control,	delivery	of	medical	care,	family	dynamics	and	
                 philosophical	and	ethical	questions.	Required	to	become	a	Hospice	
                 volunteer.
                                                                                                              Humanities
                 ✔	           HS-130-01	      178963	 WFECA	        TTH	      6-8:30PM                        HUm-160	 FAITH	&	REASON,	5	CREDITS
                 	             BROWN	                               $0	       $0	      $10	           $10     Introduction	to	classical	philosophy,	sacred	texts,	modern	fiction,	
                               Meets:	3/31-5/7.	Restricted:	Must	be	18	years	or	older.	Contact:	503-722-      poetry,	theology,	evolutionary	biology,	and	cosmology.
                               3734.	At	Willamette	Falls	Education	Center,	519	15th	Street,	Oregon	City.          	        HUM-160-01	 177897	 ONLINE	
                 HS-170	      PREPARATION	FOR	FIELD	EXPERIENCE	IN	HUmAN		                                     	             HARTSOCK	                            $335	     $25	        $35	        $395
                 	            SERvICES,	3	CREDITS                                                                           Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	donnh@
                 Exploration	of	Human	Services	in	the	workplace	and	organizations,	                                         clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2542.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
                 including	work	stress,	supervision,	ethics,	cultural	diversity,	and	so-                                    placement	in	RD-115.
                 cial	responsibility.	Prerequisite	to	Human	Services	CWE	courses.                             HUm-182	 PATHWAY	TO	SUSTAINABILITY,	5	CREDITS
                 	            HS-170-01	 177255	 M257	 T	    3-5:50PM                                         Can	we	create	a	more	sustainable	and	just	world?	What	can	our	
                 	             SMITH	                  $201	 $15	     $0	  $216                               personal	roles	in	change	be?	How	can	we	stimulate	local	sustainable	
                 HS-199	      WORKING	W/vETERANS	&	THEIR	FAmILIES,	3	CREDITS                                  economics?	What	analysis	is	useful	in	assessing	ecological	impacts?
                 This	course	introduces	students	to	the	concepts	and	skills	used	in	                          HYB	         HUM-182-01	 175255	 RR208	            TTH	      10-11:50AM
                 working	with	veterans	and	their	families.	This	class	will	explore	                           	             MCALPINE	                            $335	     $25	     $0	            $360
                 military	culture,	expectations	and	deployment,	and	the	impact	of	                                          Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Tuesday	and	Thursday	plus	online	hours.	Recom-
                                                                                                                            mended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                 these	on	both	the	enlistee	and	his/her	family.	Topics	covered	will	
                 include	the	impact	of	deployment	on	the	family,	resources	for	cur-
                 rent	military	families,	readjustment	after	service,	PTSD,	federal	and	
                 community	resources,	and	the	role	of	the	VA.
                 NEW	         HS-199-01	      178969	 M257	         W	        3-5:50PM
                 	             SMITH	                               $201	     $15	     $0	           $216
                               Recommended:	For	Veterans	and	their	family	members.


                 ✔	    Harmony	or	Wilsonville	          	 Telecourses–see	page	15.         HYB	 Classroom/online	           V	  Variable	credit	class:	total	      ESPAñOL Taught	in	Spanish
                       campus,	other	off	campus	                                                 course-see	page	15.            cost	reflects	maximum              Location	code	abbreviations:	
                       location                          	Distance	Learning:		
                                                          Correspondence-	                 TBA	 To	be	arranged:	contact	    NEW	New	class                          See	Campus	Map,	page	140.
                      	Distance	Learning:	Online-         see	page	15.                          department	first	class
                       see	page	14.

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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


HUM-227	 CIVIL	WAR	&	PSYCHOLOGY,	4	CREDITS                                                   J-222	       ADVANCED	BROADCAST	JOURNALISM,	4	CREDITS
Explores causes and effects of the Civil War, with a special emphasis                        Offers students interested in broadcast journalism advanced skills of




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on social, cultural, and economic factors. Analyzes the character and                        managing reporters, videographers, and a web presence in a broad-
personality of civilian and military leaders of both the North and                           cast newsroom.
South.                                                                                       	            J-222-01	       178258	 RR135	      MWF	         10:15-11:20AM
	            HUM-227-01	 177898	 M204	             MW	       11:30-1:20PM                    	             MINGO	                             $268	        $20	      $0	        $288
	             FORD	                                $268	     $20	      $0	          $288                   Recommended:	Pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	                             J-220	and	J-221	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	instructor	consent.
              placement	in	WR-121.                                                           J-226	       ELECTRONIC	NEWSPAPER	PRODUCTION,	3	CREDITS
HUM-235	 PERSPECTIVES	ON	TERRORISM,	4	CREDITS                                                Weekly production of The Clackamas Print, the college newspaper.
Examines multiple perspectives and investigates their assumptions                            Students participate in an afternoon lab, producing design, layout,
and beliefs. Perspectives will include historical and psychological ap-                      and paste-up of the paper using desktop publishing.
proaches as well as those of other academic disciplines.                                     	            J-226-01	 175271	 RR135	 T	    1-3:50PM
	            HUM-235-01	 177899	 M206	             TTH	      1-2:50PM                        	             JONES	                  $201	 $15	     $0	                           $216
	             FLOWERS/GROSSMANN	                   $268	     $20	     $0	           $288     J-230	       MULTIMEDIA	REPORTING,	4	CREDITS
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	               Provides students with hands-on training in news reporting for the
              placement	in	WR-121.                                                           Internet, including writing, blogging, podcasting, digital photogra-
HUM-238	 LOVE,	MARRIAGE	AND	THE	FAMILY	IN	WESTERN		                                          phy, and audio slide shows.
	        CIVILIZATION,	4	CREDITS                                                             	            J-230-01	       178379	 RR135	      W	           2-5:50PM
Examines the concept of love and the institutions of marriage and                            	             JONES	                             $268	        $20	     $0	         $288
the family in western civilization from ancient Greece to the pres-                                        Recommended:	Pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
ent. Includes a consideration of the ideas of prominent thinkers, art-
                                                                                             J-280	       JOURNALISM/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
ists, and political thinkers.
                                                                                             Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
	            HUM-238-01	 177900	 M204	             MWF	      9-10:05AM
                                                                                             journalism.
	             MCFARLAND	                           $268	     $20	     $0	           $288
                                                                                             	            J-280-01	       175272	 JOBSITE	
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                                                                                             	             JONES	                             $402	        $30	     $15	       $447V
HUM-242	 AMERICAN	MILITARY	CONFLICT,	4	CREDITS                                                             Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
Provides students with the fundamental knowledge of the politics
                                                                                             J-280	       PUBLIC	RELATIONS/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
and geography of United States military operations when conduct-
                                                                                             Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
ing “The War on Terror,” as applied to conflicts in Afghanistan and
                                                                                             public relations.
Iraq, and the planned defense of the territorial United States.
                                                                                             	            J-280-02	       175273	 JOBSITE	
	            HUM-242-01	 177901	 M258	             TTH	      10-11:50AM
                                                                                             	             JONES	                             402	         $30	     $15	       $447V
	             FOSTER	                              $268	     $20	     $0	           $288
                                                                                                           Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.


Integrated Media Studies                                                                     Manufacturing Technology
                                                                                             All degree seeking students should arrange to speak to a faculty advisor
See “Digital Multimedia Communications.”
                                                                                             prior to registering. Call 503-657-6958, ext. 2062 for more information, or
                                                                                             contact the Advising & Counseling Center, ext. 2794.
Journalism                                                                                   MFG-104	 PRINT	READING,	2	CREDITS
J-134	       PHOTOJOURNALISM,	3	CREDITS                                                      Introduction to basic print reading. Students will use the principles
Emphasizes composition, lighting, and weather conditions, and cre-                           of orthographic projection and current ASME standards as they ap-
ative ways to illustrate a story. Weekly shooting assignments.                               ply this knowledge to interpreting prints.
	            J-134-01	   175265	 RR135	            W	        6-8:50PM                        	        MFG-104-01	 176796	 B155B	 M	    4:30-6:50PM
	             GUTIERREZ	                           $201	     $15	     $0	           $216     	         ANDERSON	                 $134	 $10	      $30	 $174
              Recommended:	Basic	photography	skills.                                         MFG-106	 APPLIED	GEOMETRIC	DIMENSIONING	AND	TOLERANCING	
J-211	       MASS	MEDIA	&	SOCIETY,	3	CREDITS                                                 	        FOR	MANUFACTURING,	3	CREDITS
Introductory class provides a study of the development and opera-                            Introduces students to application of gauging & inspection using
tions of media. Includes dicussion of newspapers, magazines, elec-                           Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing. Identifies inspection equip-
tronic media and advertising, and public relations.                                          ment & inspects GDT characteristics while experiencing MFG impli-
	            J-211-01	       178641	 N141	         MWF	      11:30-12:20PM                   cations.
	             A.	LEWIS	                            $201	     $15	      $0	          $216     	        MFG-106-01	 176797	 B155B	 W	    4-6:50PM
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.                               	         ANDERSON	                 $201	 $15	     $45	                            $261
J-215	       PUBLICATIONS	LAB,	1	CREDIT                                                      MFG-107	 INDUSTRIAL	SAFETY	&	FIRST	AID,	3	CREDITS
Provides students the opportunity to work on The Clackamas Print                             Covers safety hazards and first aid in the workplace. Includes eye
in areas of writing, photography, editing, production, or advertising.                       safety, grinding wheel hazards, electrical/chemical hazards, slips,
	            J-215-01	 175267	 RR135	 MWF	 1-1:50PM                                          falls and back injuries. Instruction in Red Cross first aid, AED and
	             JONES	                  $0	  $5	      $0	   $5                                 CPR.
J-220	       INTRODUCTION	TO	BROADCAST	JOURNALISM,	4	CREDITS                                 	        MFG-107-01	 177878	 B151	 W	    3-5:50PM
Provides students the opportunity to develop skills needed to adapt                          	         HELBIG	                  $201	 $15	     $45	                             $261
and translate print journalism to other media via scriptwriting, vid-                        MFG-109	 COMPUTER	LITERACY	FOR	TECHS,	3	CREDITS
eo and audio production, web output, and digital video editing.                              For students with little or no computer experience. Presents use of
	            J-220-01	       175269	 RR135	        MWF	      10:15-11:20AM                   computers in business & industry. Covers computer platforms, basic
	             MINGO	                               $268	     $20	      $0	          $288     hardware, data communications, operating systems, etc.
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.                               	            MFG-109-01	 176798	 B152A	          TTH	         3-4:35PM
J-221	       BROADCAST	JOURNALISM,	4	CREDITS                                                 	             HELBIG	                            $201	        $15	     $45	        $261
Offers students interested in broadcast journalism intermediate skills
of editing, compression, and uploading for broadcast.
	            J-221-01	       175270	 RR135	        MWF	      10:15-11:20AM
	             MINGO	                               $268	     $20	      $0	          $288
              Prerequisite:	Pass	J-220	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	instructor	consent.	Recom-                                                                              Continued
              mended:	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
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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-111	 MACHINE	TOOL	FUNDAMENTALS	I,	9	CREDITS
                                                                                                              Covers machine tool operations including drill presses, lathes, and
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                 MFG-109	 LITERATURA	DE	LOS	COMPUTADORES	PARA	TECNICOS,	                                      milling machines. Includes internal and external threading.
                 	        3	CREDITS	(COMPUTER	LITERACY	FOR	TECHS)                                             	            MFG-111-03	 176809	 B155B	          MTWTH	 8-12:20PM
                 Para estudiantes con poca o sin experiencia. Esta clase presenta el                          	            	            	      B155	           MTWTH	 8-12:20PM
                 uso de los computadores en la industria y los negocios. Cubre plata-                         	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                 $603	  $45	     $135	         $783
                 formas, hardware basico, comunicacion de datos, sistema operativo,                                         Recommended:	MFG-104	&	MFG-107.
                 Microsoft Word e Internet. Ademas cubre una breve introduccion a                             MFG-112	 MACHINE	TOOL	FUNDAMENTALS	II,	3	CREDITS
                 los otros programas de Microsoft Office.                                                     Covers set-up and operation of vertical milling machine and boring
                 ESPAñOL		    MFG-109-02	 176799	 B153	             F	        3-6:20	PM                       techniques on lathe. Includes surface grinding, selection of abrasive
                 	             SANCHEZ	                             $201	     $15	      $45	         $261     wheels.
                               Restriccion:	Estudiantes	de	habla	hispana.	Es	requerido	el	consentimiento	     	            MFG-112-01	 176818	 B155B	          TW	       8-12:20PM
                               del	instructor	para	tomar	la	clase.	Contacte	a:	Adriana	Sanchez	503-657-       	            	            	      B155	           TW	       8-9:20AM
                               6958	x5144.	Por	favor	dejar	mensaje.                                           	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                 $201	     $15	     $45	       $261
                 MFG-110	 MANUFACTURING	SPECIAL	PROJECTS,	3	CREDITS                                                         Recommended:	MFG-111.
                 Select, design & produce project utilizing manual machine tools,                             	            MFG-112-04	 176821	 B155B	          TTH	      7-9:50PM
                 CAD or CAM programming & electrical discharge machines. Student                              	            	           	       B155	           TTH	      7-9:50PM
                 is expected to have solid understanding of basic machine tools.                              	              HOLUM	                            $201	     $15	     $45	       $261
                 	            MFG-110-01	 176802	 B155B	            MT	       8-12:20PM                                     Recommended:	MFG-111.
                 	            	            	      B155	             MT	       8-9:20AM                        MFG-112	 MACHINE	TOOL	FUNDAMENTALS	II,	6	CREDITS
                 	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                   $201	     $15	     $45	          $261     Covers set-up and operation of vertical milling machine and boring
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	Bob	DelGatto	503-657-6958	x2623.        techniques on lathe. Includes surface grinding, selection of abrasive
                 	            MFG-110-03	 176804	 B155B	            TTH	      7-9:50PM                        wheels.
                 	            	           	       B155	             TTH	      7-9:50PM                        	            MFG-112-02	 176819	 B155B	          MTW	      8-12:20PM
                 	              HOLUM	                              $201	     $15	     $45	          $261     	            	            	      B155	           MTW	      8-10:50AM
                               Required:	Insructor	consent.	Contact:	M.	Holum	503-657-6958	x2857.
                                                                                                              	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                 $402	     $30	     $90	       $522
                 MFG-110	 MANUFACTURING	SPECIAL	PROJECTS,	6	CREDITS                                                         Recommended:	MFG-111.
                 Select, design & produce project utilizing manual machine tools,                             	            MFG-112-05	 176822	 B155B	          MTWTH	 7-9:50PM
                 CAD or CAM programming & electrical discharge machines. Student                              	            	           	       B155	           MTWTH	 7-9:50PM
                 is expected to have solid understanding of basic machine tools.                              	              HOLUM	                            $402	  $30	     $90	          $522
                 	            MFG-110-02	 176803	 B155B	            MW	       8-12:20PM                                     Recommended:	MFG-111.
                 	            	            	      B155	             TH	       8-10:50AM                       MFG-112	 MACHINE	TOOL	FUNDAMENTALS	II,	9	CREDITS
                 	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                   $402	     $30	     $90	          $522     Covers set-up and operation of vertical milling machine and boring
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	Bob	DelGatto	503-657-6958	x2623.        techniques on lathe. Includes surface grinding, selection of abrasive
                 	            MFG-110-04	 176805	 B155B	            MTWTH	 7-9:50PM                           wheels.
                 	            	           	       B155	             MTWTH	 7-9:50PM                           	            MFG-112-03	 176820	 B155B	          MTWTH	 8-12:20PM
                 	              HOLUM	                              $402	  $30	     $90	             $522     	            	            	      B155	           MTWTH	 8-12:20PM
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.	Contact:	M.	Holum	503-657-6958	x2857.
                                                                                                              	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                 $603	  $45	     $135	         $783
                 MFG-111	 MACHINE	TOOL	FUNDAMENTALS	I,	3	CREDITS                                                            Recommended:	MFG-111.
                 Covers machine tool operations including drill presses, lathes, and                          MFG-113	 MACHINE	TOOL	FUNDAMENTALS	III,	3	CREDITS
                 milling machines. Includes internal and external threading.                                  Covers offset boring heads, rotary tables, indexing devices & taper
                 	            MFG-111-01	 176807	 B155B	            MT	       8-12:20PM                       attachments. Includes technical math, inspection techniques, opti-
                 	            	            	      B155	             MT	       8-9:20AM                        cal comparators, coordinate measuring machines.
                 	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                   $201	     $15	     $45	          $261     	            MFG-113-01	 176827	 B155B	          WTH	      8-12:20PM
                               Recommended:	MFG-104	&	MFG-107.                                                	            	            	      B155	           WTH	      8-9:20AM
                 	            MFG-111-04	 176810	 B155B	            MW	       7-9:50PM                        	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                 $201	     $15	     $45	       $261
                 	            	            	      B155	             MW	       7-9:50PM                                      Recommended:	MFG-111	&	MFG-112.
                 	              STOLLBERG	                          $201	     $15	     $45	          $261     	            MFG-113-04	 176830	 B155B	          MW	       7-9:50PM
                               Recommended:	MFG-104	&	MFG-107.
                                                                                                              	            	            	      B155	           MW	       7-9:50PM
                 MFG-111	 MACHINE	TOOL	FUNDAMENTALS	I,	6	CREDITS                                              	              STOLLBERG	                        $201	     $15	     $45	       $261
                 Covers machine tool operations including drill presses, lathes, and                                        Recommended:	MFG-111	&	MFG-112.
                 milling machines. Includes internal and external threading.                                  MFG-113	 MACHINE	TOOL	FUNDAMENTALS	III,	6	CREDITS
                 	            MFG-111-02	 176808	 B155B	            MTW	      8-12:20PM                       Covers offset boring heads, rotary tables, indexing devices & taper
                 	            	            	      B155	             MTW	      8-10:50AM                       attachments. Includes technical math, inspection techniques, opti-
                 	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                   $402	     $30	     $90	          $522     cal comparators, coordinate measuring machines.
                               Recommended:	MFG-104	&	MFG-107.                                                	            MFG-113-02	 176828	 B155B	          MWTH	 8-12:20PM
                 	            MFG-111-05	 176811	 B155B	            MTWTH	 7-9:50PM                           	            	            	      B155	           MWTH	 8-10:50AM
                 	            	            	      B155	             MTWTH	 7-9:50PM                           	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                 $402	 $30	     $90	           $522
                 	              STOLLBERG	                          $402	  $30	     $90	             $522                   Recommended:	MFG-111	&	MFG-112.
                               Recommended:	MFG-104	&	MFG-107.
                                                                                                              	            MFG-113-05	 176831	 B155B	          MTWTH	 7-9:50PM
                                                                                                              	            	            	      B155	           MTWTH	 7-9:50PM
                                                                                                              	              STOLLBERG	                        $402	  $30	     $90	          $522
                                                                                                                            Recommended:	MFG-111	&	MFG-112.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.         HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                   course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                  TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                         department first class
                      see page 14.

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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


MFG-113	 MACHINE	TOOL	FUNDAMENTALS	III,	9	CREDITS                                            	            MFG-211-04	 176852	 B155B	            MTWTH	 7-9:50PM
Covers offset boring heads, rotary tables, indexing devices & taper                          	            	           	       B155	             MTWTH	 7-9:50PM




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attachments. Includes technical math, inspection techniques, opti-                           	              HOLUM	                              $402	  $30	     $90	              $522
cal comparators, coordinate measuring machines.                                                            Recommended:	MFG-104,	MFG-105	&	MFG-113.
	            MFG-113-03	 176829	 B155B	            MTWTH	 8-12:20PM                          MFG-221	 MATERIALS	SCIENCE,	3	CREDITS
	            	            	      B155	             MTWTH	 8-12:20PM                          Introduces metallurgy and materials science. Extractive and physical
	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                   $603	  $45	     $135	            $783     metallurgy covered. Includes heat treatment, materials analysis, iron
              Recommended:	MFG-111	&	MFG-112.                                                carbon phase diagram, composites, ceramic & industrial plastics.
MFG-132	 BASIC	ELECTRICITY	III,	3	CREDITS                                                    	        MFG-221-01	 176853	 B151	 MW	                        3-5:50PM
Study of the Oregon State Laws and Administrative rule and the Na-                           	        	           	       B157	 MW	                        3-5:50PM
tional Electrical Code (NEC) in a practice test style format. Includes                       	          MATTSON	                $201	                      $15	     $45	          $261
examination and test techniques.                                                             MFG-271	 MASTERCAM	MILL	I,	4	CREDITS
	            MFG-132-01	 176836	 B151	             F	        5-7:50PM                        Creation and manipulation of two- and three-dimensional frame
	             TUGGLE	                              $201	     $15	     $90	          $306     models. Creating, editing, verification of 2 1/2 axis toolpaths. Cov-
              Recommended:	MFG-130	&	MFG-131.                                                ers fundamentals of CAD/CAM processes.
MFG-149A	PROYECTOS	ESPECIALES,	3	CREDITS	                                                    	        MFG-271-01	 176854	 B153	 MW	                        4:30-8:20PM
	        (SPECIAL	PROJECTS)                                                                  	         STAFF	                   $268	                      $20	      $200	        $488
ESL/ Versión en Español. Esta clase contiene la continuación del
                                                                                             MFG-273	 MASTERCAM	LATHE,	3	CREDITS
curso MFG-109. La clase cubre herramientas de Internet, Microsoft
                                                                                             Covers geometry creation & lathe programming using Mastercam to
Publisher, PowerPoint, Excel y una introducción a Microsoft Access
                                                                                             generate toolpaths such as: rough, finish, thread, & drill. Mill/turn
& FrontPage y como son estos programas aplicados en el campo de
                                                                                             machine conventions, C-axis programming, tool libraries included.
la manufactura.
                                                                                             	            MFG-273-01	 176855	 B153	             TTH	       4:30-7:20PM
ESPAñOL	     MFG-149A-01	 176840	 B153		           F	        6:30-	9:20	PM                   	             RIZZO	                               $201	      $15	      $150	        $366
	             SANCHEZ	                             $201	     $15	       $45	        $261                   Recommended:	MFG-271	or	prior	experience.
              Restriccion:	Estudiantes	de	habla	hispana.	Es	requerido	el	consentimiento	
              del	instructor	para	tomar	la	clase.	Contacte	a:	Adriana	Sanchez	503-657-       MFG-275	 MASTERCAM	I:	STREAMINGTEACHERTM,	3	CREDITS
              6958	x5144.	Por	favor	dejar	mensaje.                                           Mastercam version X3 computer-aided parts creation and program-
MFG-201	 CNC	I:	SET-UP	&	OPERATION,	4	CREDITS                                                ming. Covers the creation and modification of two and three-di-
Hands-on class will cover set-up and operation of CNC milling cen-                           mensional wire frame models as well as 2-1/2 axis toolpaths. In-
ters and introduces G & M code programming. Designed for person                              cludes basic exposure to solid modeling.
with little or no previous experience.                                                            	       MFG-275-01	 176856	 ONLINE	
	            MFG-201-01	 176845	 B158	             F	        2-9:20PM                        	             DELGATTO	                            $201	      $15	       $80	        $296
	             SMITH	                               $268	     $20	     $120	         $408                   Distance	Learning:	Online.	Contact:	delgatto@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
              Recommended:	MFG-109	&	MFG-112.                                                              6958	x2623.	Required:	Instructor	consent	and	access	to	a	seat	of	the	cur-
                                                                                                           rent	industrial	version,	or	a	current	student	version	of	Mastercam.
MFG-203	 CNC	III:	APPLIED	PROGRAMMING	&	OPERATION,	
	        3	CREDITS                                                                           MFG-280	 MANUFACTURING	TECH/CWE,	1-6V	CREDITS
Work individually or in small groups to design, program, manufac-                            Provides students with work-based learning experience in the field
ture and test advanced projects using CNC mills, CNC lathes, Elec-                           of manufacturing.
trical Discharge Machines & various software applications.                                   	            MFG-280-01	 176857	 JOBSITE	
                                                                                             	             MATTSON	                    $402	               $30	       $15	       $447V
	            MFG-203-01	 176846	 B158	             MW	       6-8:50PM
                                                                                                           Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
	            	           	       B159	             MW	       6-8:50PM
	              LOCKE	                              $201	     $15	     $90	          $306     RET-200	     RENEWABLE	ENERGY	SYSTEMS,	4	CREDITS
              Recommended:	MFG-201	or	MFG-204.                                               This course provides a survey of various renewable energy systems.
MFG-206	 COMPUTER	AIDED	MANUFACTURING	III,	2	CREDITS
                                                                                             Participants will learn about the benefits and limitations of each
Final class in CAM series will concentrate on a capstone project. De-                        type of energy source as well as their functional principles. Students
sign, program & fabricate an industrial caliber independent project.                         will participate in several field learning exercises related to energy
                                                                                             systems.
	            MFG-206-01	 176847	 B158	             TTH	      5-6:50PM                        NEW	         RET-200-01	 178650	 P102	             TTH	       3-4:50PM
	            	           	       B159	             TTH	      5-6:50PM                        	             ANDERSON	                            $268	      $20	     $60	          $348
	              STAFF	                              $134	     $10	     $60	          $204
              Recommended:	MFG-205.
MFG-211	 MACHINE	TOOL	FUNDAMENTALS	IV,	3	CREDITS                                             Mathematics
Concentrates on CNC setup, operation & surface grinding. Develop                             MTH-010	 FUNDAMENTALS	OF	ARITHMETIC	I,	4	CREDITS
and apply machining skills while creating products in team environ-                          Reviews operations on whole numbers, elementary fraction con-
ment. May include fixture design and cutting mechanics.                                      cepts, operations on decimals, and measurement.
	            MFG-211-01	 176849	 B155	             TTH	      8-10:50AM                       	            MTH-010-01	 178391	 M255	             TTH	       10-11:50AM
	            	            	      B155B	            TTH	      8-10:50AM                       	             HALL	                                $268	      $20	     $15	          $303
	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                   $201	     $15	     $45	          $261     ✔	           MTH-010-02	 174890	 OIT152	           MW	        11-12:50PM
              Recommended:	MFG-104,	MFG-105	&	MFG-113.                                       	             TAYLOR	                              $268	      $20	     $15	          $303
	            MFG-211-03	 176850	 B155	             TTH	      7-9:50PM                                      PC	Lab.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	            	           	       B155B	            TTH	      7-9:50PM                        	            MTH-010-03	 174891	 S143	             TTH	       6-7:50PM
	              HOLUM	                              $201	     $15	     $45	          $261     	             ABBOTT	                              $268	      $20	     $15	          $303
              Recommended:	MFG-104,	MFG-105	&	MFG-113.                                                     PC	Lab.
MFG-211	 MACHINE	TOOL	FUNDAMENTALS	IV,	6	CREDITS
Concentrates on CNC setup, operation & surface grinding. Develop
and apply machining skills while creating products in team environ-
ment. May include fixture design and cutting mechanics.
	            MFG-211-02	 176851	 B155	             MTWTH	 8-10:50AM
	            	            	      B155B	            MTWTH	 8-10:50AM
	              DELGATTO/SCHMIDT	                   $402	  $30	     $90	             $522
              Recommended:	MFG-104,	MFG-105	&	MFG-113.

                                                                                                                                                                         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-060-06	 174907	 OIT155	           TTH	       6-9:50PM
                                                                                                              	             BRUNING	                             $268	      $20	     $15	           $303
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                                                                                                                            Meets:	3/30-5/1.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-020	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	
                 MTH-020	 FUNDAMENTALS	OF	ARITHMETIC	II,	4	CREDITS                                                          placement	in	MTH-060.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 Topics include factors and multiples, operations on fractions, per-
                                                                                                              HYB	         MTH-060-07	 174908	 S134	             M	         6-7:50PM
                 cents, ratios and proportions, powers and square roots, and intro-
                                                                                                              	             K.	LEWANDOWSKI	                      $268	      $20	     $15	           $303
                 duction to graphs, and signed numbers.                                                                     Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Monday	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	kurtl@
                 	            MTH-020-01	 174892	 RR206	            MWF	      9-10:05AM                                     clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2431.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-020	with	a	
                 	             WHITTET	                             $268	     $20	     $15	          $303                   “C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-060.
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-010	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-020.           	       MTH-060-20	 174910	 ONLINE	           TBA	       TBA
                 	            MTH-020-02	 174893	 RR204	            S	        9-12:50PM                       	             K.	LEWANDOWSKI	                      $268	      $20	        $50	        $338
                 	             STAFF	                               $268	     $20	     $15	          $303                   Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://math.clackamas.cc.or.us/le-
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-010	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-020.                    wandowski/lewandowski.htm	Contact:	kurtl@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
                 	            MTH-020-03	 174894	 RR206	            TTH	      10-11:50AM                                    6958	x2431.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-020	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	
                 	             DAVIS	                               $268	     $20	     $15	          $303                   in	MTH-060.
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-010	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-020.      MTH-065	 ALGEBRA	II,	4	CREDITS
                 ✔	           MTH-020-04	 174895	 OIT152	           MW	       11-12:50PM                      The second term of topics in algebra. This course continues the ex-
                 	             TAYLOR	                              $268	     $20	     $15	          $303     ploration of expressions, equations, and inequalities numerically,
                               PC	Lab.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-010	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	      symbolically, graphically, and verbally.
                               MTH-020.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                	            MTH-065-01	 174912	 RR205	            TTH	       8-9:50AM
                 	            MTH-020-05	 174896	 RR204	            MTWTH	 1-2:50PM                           	             DAVIS	                               $268	      $20	     $15	           $303
                 	             CONKLIN	                             $268	  $20	     $15	             $303                   Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-065.
                               Meets:	5/4-6/5.Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-010	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	place-      	            MTH-065-02	 174913	 S135	             S	         9-12:50PM
                               ment	in	MTH-020.                                                               	             WEBBER	                              $268	      $20	     $15	           $303
                 	            MTH-020-06	 174897	 M255	             MW	       3-4:50PM                                      Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-065.
                 	             ATKINSON	                            $268	     $20	     $15	          $303     	            MTH-065-03	 174914	 RR206	            MWF	       10:15-12:55PM
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-010	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-020.      	             YANNOTTA	                            $268	      $20	      $15	          $303
                 	            MTH-020-07	 178429	 S143	             TTH	      6-7:50PM                                      Meets:	5/4-6/5.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	place-
                 	             ABBOTT	                              $268	     $20	     $15	          $303                   ment	in	MTH-065.
                               PC	Lab.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-010	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	      ✔	           MTH-065-04	 174915	 OIT155	           MW	        11-12:50PM
                               MTH-020.
                                                                                                              	             SIMMONS	                             $268	      $20	     $15	           $303
                 MTH-050	 TECHNICAL	MATHEMATICS	I,	3	CREDITS                                                                Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-065.	
                 Topics include problem-solving, estimating, metric measurement,                                            At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 simple geometry, scientific notation, accuracy and precision of mea-                         	            MTH-065-05	 174916	 RR206	            TTH	       1-2:50PM
                 surements, and an introduction to probability and statistics.                                	             AHLQUIST	                            $268	      $20	     $15	           $303
                 ✔	           MTH-050-01	 174899	 OIT155	           TTH	      1-2:50PM                                      Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-065.
                 	             HULL	                                $201	     $15	     $15	          $231     	            MTH-065-06	 174917	 RR206	            MW	        1-2:50PM
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-020	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-050.	     	             NORDSTROM	HULL	                      $268	      $20	     $15	           $303
                               At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                                       Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-065.
                 	            MTH-050-02	 174900	 RR205	            MW	       3:30-5:20PM                     HYB	         MTH-065-07	 174918	 S134	             W	         6-7:50PM
                 	             WISWELL	                             $201	     $15	      $15	         $231     	             AHLQUIST	                            $268	      $20	     $15	           $303
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-020	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-050.                    Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Wednesday	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	ahlquist@
                 	            MTH-050-03	 174901	 RR204	            TTH	      8-9:50PM                                      clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5012.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-060	with	a	
                 	             HEVEL	                               $201	     $15	     $15	          $231                   “C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-065.
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-020	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-050.      ✔	           MTH-065-08	 174919	 OIT155	           TTH	       6-9:50PM
                 MTH-060	 ALGEBRA	I,	4	CREDITS                                                                	             BRUNING	                             $268	      $20	     $15	           $303
                                                                                                                            Meets:	5/4-6/5.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	
                 An introduction to topics in algebra. Designed for review or for the                                       placement	in	MTH-065.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 beginner, expressions, equations, and inequalities are explored num-
                                                                                                              	            MTH-065-09	 174920	 RR204	            TTH	       6-7:50PM
                 berically, symbolically, graphically, and verbally.                                          	             HEVEL	                               $268	      $20	     $15	           $303
                 	            MTH-060-01	 174902	 RR204	            TTH	      8-9:50AM                                      Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-065.
                 	             VAN	WEY	                             $268	     $20	     $15	          $303          	       MTH-065-20	 174921	 ONLINE	           TBA	       TBA
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-020	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-060.      	             LUETKENHAUS	                         $268	      $20	        $50	        $338
                 	            MTH-060-02	 174903	 RR206	            MWF	      10:15-12:55PM                                 Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://math.clackamas.edu/math/DL	
                 	             HALL	                                $268	     $20	      $15	         $303                   Contact:	rital@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2674.	Prerequisite:	Pass	
                               Meets:	3/30-5/1.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-020	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	place-                  MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-065.
                               ment	in	MTH-060.                                                                    	       MTH-065-21	 178460	 ONLINE	           TBA	       TBA
                 ✔	           MTH-060-03	 174904	 OIT155	           MW	       1-2:50PM                        	             LUETKENHAUS	                         $268	      $20	        $50	        $338
                 	             WHITTET	                             $268	     $20	     $15	          $303                   Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://math.clackamas.edu/math/DL	
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-020	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-060.	                   Contact:	rital@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2674.	Prerequisite:	Pass	
                               At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                                       MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-065.
                 	            MTH-060-04	 174905	 RR205	            TTH	      1-2:50PM                        MTH-085	 TECHNICAL	MATHEMATICS	III,	3	CREDITS
                 	             BARATTO	                             $268	     $20	     $15	          $303     Topics include nonlinear equations, quadratic equations, functions,
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-020	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-060.      trigonometric functions and applications of solid geometry.
                 	            MTH-060-05	 174906	 S135	             S	        1:30-5:20PM                     	            MTH-085-01	 174923	 S134	             MW	        3-4:50PM
                 	             WEBBER	                              $268	     $20	      $15	         $303     	             BARATTO	                             $201	      $15	     $15	           $231
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-020	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-060.                    Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-080	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-085.



                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.         HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                   course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                  TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                         department first class
                      see page 14.

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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


MTH-092	 MATH	FOR	COMPUTER	TECHNICIANS,	4	CREDITS                                            MTH-111	 COLLEGE	ALGEBRA,	5	CREDITS
A survey of topics relevant to computer technicians that includes                            A transfer course designed for students preparing for trigonometry




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number systems, logic, truth tables, Boolean algebra, base 2 and base                        or statitics. Standards-based approaches to functions and their prop-
16 representation, and circuit reduction. The course will emphasize                          erties. Particular attention will be paid to the use of functions to
problem solving techniques, and will involve the use of appropriate                          model applications and solve problems.
computer software.                                                                           	            MTH-111-01	 174938	 RR204	           MWF	      8:30-9:55AM
	            MTH-092-01	 178461	 RR205	            TTH	      10-11:50AM                      	             HERMAN	                             $335	     $25	      $15	         $375
	             YANNOTTA	                            $268	     $20	     $15	          $303                   Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
              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	
              placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisites:	Pass	CS-120,	pass	MTH-065	with	a	                        placement	in	MTH-111.
              “C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-095.	This	course	may	not	be	waived.         ✔	           MTH-111-02	 174939	 OIT155	          TTH	      9-11:20AM
MTH-095	 ALGEBRA	III,	4	CREDITS                                                              	             SIMMONS	                            $335	     $25	     $15	          $375
The third term of topics in algebra using the rule-of-four approach                                        Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
is designed to prepare students for transfer-level math courses. This                                      placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	
course emphasizes problem-solving and graphical techniques with                                            placement	in	MTH-111.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
the use of a graphing utility.                                                               	            MTH-111-03	 174940	 S134	            TTH	      1-3:20PM
	            MTH-095-01	 174924	 RR206	            TTH	      8-9:50AM                        	             LUETKENHAUS	                        $335	     $25	     $15	          $375
                                                                                                           Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
	             T.	LEWANDOWSKI	                      $268	     $20	     $15	          $303
              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	
                                                                                                           placement	in	MTH-111.
✔	           MTH-095-02	 174925	 OIT155	           MW	       9-10:50AM
                                                                                             HYB	         MTH-111-04	 174941	 S134	            S	        1:30-3:50PM
	             T.	LEWANDOWSKI	                      $268	     $20	     $15	          $303
              Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-065	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-095.	     	             WISWELL	                            $335	     $25	      $15	         $375
                                                                                                           Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Saturday	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	dwiswell@
              At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                                           clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2328.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
	            MTH-095-03	 174926	 S134	             S	        9-12:50PM                                     placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	
	             EMME	                                $268	     $20	     $15	          $303                   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-111-05	 174942	 RR206	           MW	       3-5:20PM
	            MTH-095-04	 174927	 RR204	            MTWTH	 1-2:50PM                           	             TAYLOR	                             $335	     $25	     $15	          $375
	             HERMAN	                              $268	  $20	     $15	             $303                   Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
              Meets:	3/30-5/1.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-065	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	place-                  placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	
              ment	in	MTH-095.                                                                             placement	in	MTH-111.
	            MTH-095-05	 174928	 RR205	            TTH	      3-4:50PM                        ✔	           MTH-111-06	 174943	 OIT147	          MW	       6-8:20PM
	             HERMAN	                              $268	     $20	     $15	          $303     	             MEUSER	                             $335	     $25	     $15	          $375
              Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-065	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-095.                    Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	Pass	WR-095	or	
✔	           MTH-095-06	 174929	 OIT151	           MW	       6-7:50PM                                      placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	
	             SCHMIDT	                             $268	     $20	     $15	          $303                   placement	in	MTH-111.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
              Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-065	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-095.	     HYB	         MTH-111-07	 174944	 S134	            T	        6-7:50PM
              At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                         	             K.	LEWANDOWSKI	                     $335	     $25	     $15	          $375
HYB	         MTH-095-07	 174930	 S134	             TH	       6-7:50PM                                      Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Tuesday	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	kurtl@
	             T.	LEWANDOWSKI	                      $268	     $20	     $15	          $303                   clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2434.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
              Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Thursday	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	theresel@                     placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2571.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-065	with	a	                      Pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-111.
              “C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-095.                                        ✔	           MTH-111-15	 174947	 W112	            MW	       6-8:20PM
     	       MTH-095-20	 174933	 ONLINE	           TBA	      TBA                             	             DOWLING	                            $0	       $0	      $375	         $375
	             ABBOTT	                              $268	     $20	        $50	       $338                   Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://math.clackamas.edu/dl	Con-                    placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	
              tact:	hillarya@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2984.	Prerequisite:	Pass	                      placement	in	MTH-111.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.
              MTH-065	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-095.                              	       MTH-111-20	 174949	 ONLINE	          TBA	      TBA
MTH-105	 INTRO	TO	CONTEMPORARY	MATH,	4	CREDITS                                               	             KYSER	                              $335	     $25	        $50	       $410
A transfer mathematics course for non-science majors. The topics                                           Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	http://math.clackamas.edu/math/DL	
covered in this course focus students on critical thinking, problem                                        Contact:	carriek@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2037.	Recommended:	
                                                                                                           Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	
solving, mathematical communication, and applications relevant to
                                                                                                           WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	
contemporary society.                                                                                      MTH-111.
	            MTH-105-01	 174935	 S134	             TTH	      10-11:50AM
	             VAN	WEY	                             $268	     $20	     $15	          $303     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 caluculs. Stan-
              placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	      dards-based approaches to trigonometric functions, polar coordi-
              placement	in	MTH-105	or	MTH-111.                                               nates, vectors, and parametric equations. Particular attention will be
	            MTH-105-02	 174936	 S134	             MW	       1-2:50PM                        paid to modeling applications and solving problems.
	             VAN	WEY	                             $268	     $20	     $15	          $303     	            MTH-112-01	 174950	 RR204	           T	        10-11:50AM
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	               	            	           	       RR204	           TH	       10-12:50PM
              placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	      	              KYSER	                             $335	     $25	     $15	          $375
              placement	in	MTH-105	or	MTH-111.                                                             Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
	            MTH-105-03	 174937	 S134	             TTH	      3:30-5:20PM                                   placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-111	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	
	             ATKINSON	                            $268	     $20	      $15	         $303                   placement	in	MTH-112.
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	               MTH-213	 FUND	OF	ELEMENTARY	MATH	III,	4	CREDITS
              placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	      Geometry, measurement, computer software applications.
              placement	in	MTH-105	or	MTH-111.                                               	            MTH-213-01	 174952	 S134	            TTH	      8-9:50AM
                                                                                             	             WHITTET	                            $268	     $20	     $15	          $303
                                                                                                           Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
                                                                                                           placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-212	with	a	“C”	or	better.




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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


                 Mathematics, continued                                                                         MTH-261	 LINEAR	ALGEBRA,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                                                An introduction to systems of linear equations, vectors, matrices,
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                 MTH-243	 PROBABILITY	&	STATISTICS,	4	CREDITS                                                   linear transformations, determinants, and applications of these top-
                 Descriptive statistics, elementary probability, random variables and                           ics.
                 inferences on the mean.                                                                        	            MTH-261-01	 178476	 S143	            TTH	        3-4:50PM
                 	                MTH-243-01	 174953	 S143	           MW	       10-11:50AM                      	             SIMMONS	                            $268	       $20	     $15	        $303
                 	                 LUETKENHAUS	                       $268	     $20	     $15	          $303                   PC	Lab.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	
                                  PC	Lab.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	                              WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-252	with	a	“C”	
                                  WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-111	with	a	“C”	or	                    or	better.
                                  better,	or	placement	in	MTH-112.                                              MTH-280	 MATHEMATICS/CWE,	1-6V	CREDITS
                 	                MTH-243-02	 174954	 S143	           TTH	      1-2:50PM                        Cooperative work experience. Practical experience in teaching,
                 	                 ATKINSON	                          $268	     $20	     $15	          $303     tutoring or applying mathematics while supervised by a teacher or
                                  PC	Lab.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	                mathematician.
                                  WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-111	with	a	“C”	or	      	            MTH-280-01	 178991	 JOBSITE	 TBA	                TBA
                                  better,	or	placement	in	MTH-112.                                              	             BARATTO	                    $0	                 $0	       $0	          $0
                 HYB	             MTH-243-03	 174955	 S142	           T	        6-7:50PM                                      Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
                 	                 KYSER	                             $268	     $20	     $15	          $303     MTH-299	 BRIDGE	TO	UNIVERSITY	MATH,	3	CREDITS
                                  PC	Lab.	Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Tuesday	plus	online	hours.	Contact:	
                                  carriek@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2037.	Recommended:	Pass	
                                                                                                                Intended for students who are interested in mathematics beyond the
                                  RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	           calculus sequence.
                                  Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-111	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	MTH-112.     	            MTH-299-01	 174965	 RR204	           MW	         3:30-4:45PM
                      	           MTH-243-20	 174957	 TBA	            TBA	      TBA                             	             YANNOTTA	                           $201	       $15	      $10	       $226
                 	                 KYSER	                             $268	     $20	        $50	       $338                   Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-252	or	instructor	consent.
                                  Distance	Learning:	Online	Orientation:	http://math.clackamas.edu/math/DL	
                                  Contact:	carriek@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2037.	Recommended:	
                                  Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	
                                                                                                                Media Studies (Integrated)
                                  WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-111	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	placement	in	     See “Digital Multimedia Communications”.
                                  MTH-112.
                 MTH-244	 STATISTICS,	4	CREDITS
                 Hypothesis tests and confidence intervals for one and two popula-                              Medical Assistant
                 tions, linear regression, test for association, and analysis of variance.                      The CCC Medical Assistant program is a three-term program of 54 credits
                 A student project is required.                                                                 which prepares graduates for entry level practice into the ambulatory care
                 	                MTH-244-01	 174958	 S143	           TTH	      10-11:50AM                      setting.
                 	                 HULL	                              $268	     $20	     $15	          $303
                                  PC	Lab.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	                MA-110	      MEDICAL	TERMINOLOGY,	3	CREDITS
                                  WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-243	with	a	“C”	         Understanding and effectively communicating with other health-
                                  or	better.                                                                    care professionals. Includes pronunciation, spelling, and meaning of
                 ✔	               MTH-244-02	 178441	 OIT152	         MW	       6-7:50PM                        words. Introduction to pathophysiology/disease processes.
                 	                 WISWELL	                           $268	     $20	     $15	          $303     ✔	           MA-110-22	 178525	 H230	             TTH	        12-1:20PM
                                  PC	Lab.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	                	             SCHWARTZMAN	                        $201	       $15	     $10	        $226
                                  WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-243	with	a	“C”	or                     At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                  better.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                ✔	           MA-110-02	      178527	 H230	        W	          2-4:50PM
                 MTH-251	 CALCULUS	I,	5	CREDITS                                                                 	             STAFF	                              $201	       $15	     $10	        $226
                 Topics and applications of differentiation.                                                                  At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	                MTH-251-01	 174960	 RR205	          MWF	      10-11:25AM                           	       MA-110-03	      176927	 ONLINE	
                 	                 NORDSTROM	HULL	                    $335	     $25	     $15	          $375     	             OLSON	                              $201	       $15	      $45	       $261
                                  Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	                            Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	darreno@
                                  placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-112	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	                   clackamas.edu	or	503-594-6011.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                  placement	in	MTH-251.                                                         MA-112	      MEDICAL	OFFICE	PRACTICE,	4	CREDITS
                 	                MTH-251-02	 178439	 M255	           TTH	      1-3:20PM                        Examines medical law and bioethics and introduces students to the
                 	                 HALL	                              $335	     $25	     $15	          $375     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-112	with	a	“C”	or	better,	or	     ✔	           MA-112-20	      178530	 H320	        M	          10-11:50AM
                                  placement	in	MTH-251.
                                                                                                                	             MAYNARD	                            $268	       $20	     $20	        $308
                 MTH-252	 CALCULUS	II,	5	CREDITS                                                                              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	MA-145.	At	CCC	Harmony	
                 Topics and applications of integration.                                                                      Campus.
                 	                MTH-252-01	 174961	 RR205	          MWF	      8:30-9:55AM                     MA-115	      PHLEBOTOMY,	1	CREDIT
                 	                 HULL	                              $335	     $25	      $15	         $375     Develops basic understanding and application of blood specimen
                                  Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	              collection and handling techniques used in the ambulatory care set-
                                  placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-251	with	a	“C”	or	better.         ting and hospital laboratory setting.
                 MTH-253	 CALCULUS	III,	5	CREDITS                                                               ✔	           MA-115-01	      176930	 H360	        TTH	        12-1:50PM
                 Additional topics in calculus including sequences and series.                                  	             MAYNARD	                            $67	        $5	      $75	        $147
                 	                MTH-253-01	 174962	 S134	           MWF	      8:30-9:55AM                                   Required:	Instructor	consent.	Prerequisites:	Pass	MA-116,	MA-117,	MA-118	
                 	                 VAN	WEY	                           $335	     $25	      $15	         $375                   &	MTH-054.	Corequisite:	MA-121.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                  Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
                                  placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-252	with	a	“C”	or	better.




                 ✔	       Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.       HYB Classroom/online             V   Variable credit class: total      ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                          campus, other off campus                                                course-see page 15.             cost reflects maximum             Location code abbreviations:
                          location                            Distance Learning:
                                                              Correspondence-                TBA To be arranged: contact      NEW New class                         See Campus Map, page 140.
                          Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                       department first class
                          see page 14.

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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


MA-119	      MEDICAL	ASSISTANT	PRACTICUM	I,	4	CREDITS                                       MUP-122	 CHAMBER	CHOIR,	2	CREDITS
Supervised unpaid assignment in the ambulatory care setting to gain                         Select vocal ensemble which rehearses and performs choral music




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administrative experience. Students participate in eight hours of                           from the Renaissance to the 20th century. Provides preparation for
community service.                                                                          entering professional fields of music and performance. Recommend-
✔	           MA-119-01	      176931	 H320	        W	        4-5:50PM                        ed for vocal music majors. By audition.
	            	               	       H350	        F	        4-5:50PM                        	        MUP-122-01	 175282	 N114	 MWF	                   11-11:50AM
	              MAYNARD	                           $268	     $20	     $100	          $388    	        	           	       N114	 TTH	                   10:30-11:50AM
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Prerequisites:	Pass	MA-121	&	MA-115.            	          CLINE	                  $134	                  $10	      $52	       $196
              	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                            MUP-125	 VJE:	MAINSTREAM,	2	CREDITS
MA-120	      MEDICAL	ASSISTANT	PRACTICUM	II,	6	CREDITS                                      Performing ensemble that cultivates musical, professional, and per-
Supervised unpaid assignment in the ambulatory care setting to gain                         sonal growth through rehearsal and performance. By audition.
clinical experience. Students will participate in eight hours of com-                       	        MUP-125-01	 175283	 N114	 MWF	                   2-3:50PM
munity service and 40 hours per week of practicum during weeks 8,                           	         CLINE	                   $134	                  $10	     $52	        $196
9, 10 and 11.
                                                                                            MUP-141	 COLLEGE	ORCHESTRA,	1	CREDIT
✔	           MA-120-01	      176932	 H350	        M	        4-5:50PM                        Performance and study of orchestral literature. College students may
	            	               	       H320	        W	        4-5:50PM                        earn credit for playing in one of several approved orchestral groups.
	              MAYNARD	                           $402	     $30	     $100	          $532    Minimum of one performance per term.
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MA-119.	At	CCC	Harmony	
              Campus.                                                                       	            MUP-141-01	 175284	 N128	          TBA	      TBA
                                                                                            	             WAKELING	                         $67	      $5	      $0	          $72
MA-121	      CLINICAL	LAB	PROCEDURES	II,	2	CREDITS                                                        Required:	Instructor	consent.
Continuation of common laboratory procedures used in the ambu-
latory care setting.                                                                        MUP-158	 CHAMBER	ENSEMBLE,	1	CREDIT
✔	           MA-121-01	      176933	 H320	        TTH	      9-10:20AM                       Rehearsal and performance of traditional vocal and instrumental
                                                                                            chamber music. Highly recommended for music majors.
	            	               	       H360	        TTH	      10:30-12:00PM
                                                                                            	            MUP-158-01	 175285	 N114	          W	        10-10:50AM
	              WAND	                              $134	     $10	      $75	          $219
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Prerequisites:	Pass	MA-116,	MA-117,	MA-118	     	             NELSON	                           $67	      $5	      $76	        $148
              &	MTH-054.	Corequisite:	MA-115.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                      Recommended:	Corequisite	MUP-104,	MUP-121	or	MUP-122.	Weekly	
                                                                                                          rehearsal	times	to	be	arranged	among	students	and	instructor.
MA-145	      MEDICAL	CODING	&	HEALTH	INFORMATION		
	            MANAGEMENT,	3	CREDITS                                                          MUP-202	 CONCERT	BAND,	0	CREDIT
ICD9/CPT coding, insurance and billing, accounts receivable and                             Performance and study of traditional and contemporary band litera-
data management in the ambulatory care office. This course will                             ture. Emphasis on musical style and basic instrumental techniques
NOT meet the requirement for the Medical Office Administrative                              as applied to ensemble playing. No audition required. Non credit
Assistant Certificate.                                                                      available for community members.
✔	           MA-145-20	      178533	 OIT154	      MW	       12-1:20PM                       	            MUP-202-01	 175313	 N119	 MWF	  12-12:50PM
	             STAFF	                              $201	     $15	     $30	           $246    	            	           	       N119	 TTH	  12-1:20PM
              At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                                        	              MILLS	                  $0	   $0	      $0		                       $0
✔	           MA-145-02	      178532	 OIT154	      MWF	      2-3:50PM                        MUP-202	     CONCERT	BAND,	1-2V	CREDITS
	             STAFF	                              $201	     $15	     $30	           $246    	            MUP-202-02	 175314	 N119	 MWF	  12-12:50PM
              Meets:	3/30-5/1.	Required:	Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	MA-112.	At	CCC	   	            	           	       N119	 TTH	  12-1:20PM
              Harmony	Campus.                                                               	              MILLS	                  $134	 $10	     $0	                     $144V
                                                                                            MUP-204	     PEP	BAND/COMBO-IMPROV,	0	CREDIT
Music                                                                                       Instrumental performing group concentrating on rock, pop, and
                                                                                            contemporary styles in the small to medium-sized group setting. No
MUP-102	 CONCERT	BAND,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                            audition required. Non credit available for community members.
Performance and study of traditional and contemporary band litera-
ture. Emphasis on musical style and basic instrumental techniques                           	            MUP-204-01	 175315	 N119	 M	   4-4:50PM
as applied to ensemble playing. No audition required. Non credit                            	             WAKELING	                $0	  $0	      $0	                         $0
available for community members.                                                            MUP-204	     PEP	BAND/COMBO-IMPROV,	1	CREDIT
	            MUP-102-01	 175277	 N119	 MWF	  12-12:50PM                                     	            MUP-204-02	 175316	 N119	 M	   4-4:50PM
	            	           	       N119	 TTH	  12-1:20PM                                      	             WAKELING	                $67	 $5	      $0	                        $72
	              MILLS	                  $0	   $0	      $0	                             $0    MUP-205	     JAZZ	ENSEMBLE,	2	CREDITS
MUP-102	     CONCERT	BAND,	1-2V	CREDITS                                                     Instrumental performing group concentrating on jazz, Afro-Cuban,
	            MUP-102-02	 175278	 N119	 MWF	  12-12:50PM                                     funk, and contemporary styles. By audition.
	            	           	       N119	 TTH	  12-1:20PM                                      	        MUP-205-01	 175317	 N119	 MWF	                   2-3:50PM
	              MILLS	                  $134	 $10	     $0	                          $144V    	         WAKELING	                $134	                  $10	     $0	         $144
MUP-104	     PEP	BAND/COMBO-IMPROV,	0	CREDIT                                                MUP-222	 CHAMBER	CHOIR,	2	CREDITS
Instrumental performing group concentrating on rock, pop, and                               Select vocal ensemble which rehearses and performs choral music
contemporary styles in the small to medium-sized group settings.                            from the Renaissance to the 20th century. Provides preparation for
No audition required. Non credit available for community members.                           entering professional fields of music and performance. Recommend-
	            MUP-104-01	 175279	 N119	 M	   4-4:50PM
                                                                                            ed for vocal music majors. By audition.
	             WAKELING	                $0	  $0	      $0	                              $0    	        MUP-222-01	 175318	 N114	 MWF	                   11-11:50AM
                                                                                            	        	           	       N114	 TTH	                   10:30-11:50AM
MUP-104	     PEP	BAND/COMBO-IMPROV,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                            	          CLINE	                  $134	                  $10	      $52	       $196
	            MUP-104-02	 175280	 N119	 M	   4-4:50PM
	             WAKELING	                $67	 $5	      $0	                             $72    MUP-225	 VJE:	MAINSTREAM,	2	CREDITS
                                                                                            Performing ensemble that cultivates musical, professional, and per-
MUP-105	     JAZZ	ENSEMBLE,	2	CREDITS
                                                                                            sonal growth through rehearsal and performance. By audition.
Instrumental performing group concentrating on jazz, Afro-Cuban,
                                                                                            	            MUP-225-01	 175319	 N114	          MWF	      2-3:50PM
funk, and contemporary styles.
                                                                                            	             CLINE	                            $134	     $10	     $52	        $196
	            MUP-105-01	 175281	 N119	            MWF	      2-3:50PM
	             WAKELING	                           $134	     $10	     $0	            $144

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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-113	 MUSIC	THEORY	I,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                          Presents the diatonic material and structure of tonal music in theory
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                 MUP-241	 COLLEGE	ORCHESTRA,	1	CREDIT                                                     and practice. Required for music majors.
                 Performance and study of orchestral literature. College students may                     	            MUS-113-01	 178219	 N217	           TTH	      4:30-5:50PM
                 earn credit for playing in one of several approved orchestral groups.                    	             DEITZ	                             $201	     $15	      $0	         $216
                 Minimum of one performance per term.                                                                   Recommend:	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:	
                 	            MUP-241-01	 175320	 N128	           TBA	       TBA                                        Pass	MUS-112	&	pass	MUS-112L.	Corequisites:	MUS-113L,	MUS-116	&	
                 	             WAKELING	                          $67	       $5	       $0	         $72                  MUS-129.
                               Required:	Instructor	consent.
                                                                                                          MUS-113L	 MIDI	LAB,	0	CREDIT
                 MUP-258	 CHAMBER	ENSEMBLE,	1	CREDIT                                                      Introduces students to Finale (music notation software) on Macin-
                 Rehearsal and performance of traditional vocal and instrumental                          tosh computers. Required for first-year music majors.
                 chamber music. Highly recommended for music majors.                                      	            MUS-113L-01	 178221	 N216	          M	        9-9:50AM
                 	            MUP-258-01	 175321	 N114	           W	         10-10:50AM                   	             MILLS	                             $0	       $0	      $44	          $44
                 	             NELSON	                            $67	       $5	      $76	        $148                  Corequisites:	MUS-113,	MUS-116	&	MUS-129.
                               Recommended:	Corequisite	MUP-104,	MUP-221	or	MUP-222.	Weekly	re-
                               hearsal	times	to	be	arranged	among	students	and	instructor.                MUS-116	 AURAL	SKILLS	I,	2	CREDITS
                                                                                                          Diatonic sight singing in major keys using sol feg syllables and
                 MUS-103	 MUSIC	FUNDAMENTALS,	3	CREDITS                                                   moveable “do”. Melodic dictation and aural recognition of intervals,
                 Introduction to fundamentals of reading and writing music. De-                           triads, and 7th chords. Required for first-year music majors.
                 signed for non-music majors or majors needing substantial prepara-
                                                                                                          	            MUS-116-01	 178238	 N217	           W	        4-5:50PM
                 tion for Music Theory I.                                                                 	             DEITZ	                             $134	     $10	     $0	          $144
                 	        MUS-103-01	 175356	 N217	 TTH	                     3-4:20PM                                   Prerequisite:	Pass	MUS-115.	Corequisites:	MUS-113,	MUS-113L	&	
                 	         DEITZ	                   $201	                    $15	     $10	        $226                  MUS-129.
                 MUS-105	 MUSIC	APPRECIATION,	3	CREDITS                                                   MUS-117	 SIGHT-READING,	1	CREDIT
                 Distance Learning: Online. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu Contact:                        Learning to read and sing music by sight. Students will spend time
                 krumet1@comcast.net or 503-657-6958 x2434.                                               practicing sightsinging, starting with easy exercises and moving to
                   	      MUS-105-01	 175358	 ONLINE	                                                     more difficult exercises as the term progresses.
                 	         HEDBERG	                   $201	 $15	                       $35	       $251    	        MUS-117-01	 175369	 N114	 T	                      6:30-8:20PM
                 MUS-106	 AUDIO	RECORDING	AT	HOME,	1	CREDIT                                               	         DENBESTE	                $67	                    $5	       $76	        $148
                 An overview of the basic tools and techniques used in audio re-                          MUS-129	 KEYBOARD	SKILLS	I,	2	CREDITS
                 cording at home. Get help with your home recording equipment.                            Develops basic keyboard skills. Studies keyboard application of the
                 Depending on participant needs, topics may include signal path, mi-                      materials of tonal music. Required for music majors.
                 crophone applications, software, hardware, outboard gear, soldering                      	            MUS-129-01	 178239	 N216	           WF	       1-1:50PM
                 techniques, tracking, mixing, and editing.                                               	             MIYAMA	                            $134	     $10	     $10	         $154
                 	            MUS-106-01	 175359	 N217	           F	         6:30-9:20PM                                Prerequisite:	Pass	MUS-128.	Corequisties:	MUS-113,	MUS-113L	&	MUS	
                 	            	           	       N217	           S	         9-5:20PM                                   116.
                 	              ROSE	                             $67	       $5	       $99	       $171    MUS-130	 MUSIC	MEDIA:	SEX,	DRUGS	&	ROCK,	1	CREDIT
                               Meets:	5/1	&	5/2.                                                          Explores the relationship of music to economic, political, cultural,
                 MUS-107	 INTRO	TO	AUDIO	RECORDING	I,	3	CREDITS                                           and artistic subjects. Examines how music serves and is served by
                 Introduction to the basic techniques and tools used in audio record-                     pop culture and media.
                 ing.                                                                                     ✔	           MUS-130-01	 175371	 OIT155	         F	        6:30-9:20PM
                 	        MUS-107-02	 175361	 N123	 M	    9-11:50AM                                       	            	            	      OIT155	         S	        9-5:20PM
                 	         BASKERVILLE	             $201	 $15	      $99	                          $315    	              PANTAGES/DEITZ	                   $67	      $5	       $25	         $97
                 	        MUS-107-01	 175360	 N123	 T	    6:30-9:20PM                                                   Meets:	5/8	&	5/9.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 	         ROSE	                    $201	 $15	      $99	                          $315    MUS-133	 PIANO	FOR	PLEASURE,	1	CREDIT
                 MUS-108	 INTRO	TO	AUDIO	RECORDING	II,	3	CREDITS                                          Beginning classroom piano instruction for non-music majors. In-
                 Exploration of techniques and tools used in audio recording.                             cludes reading, theory, technique exercises, and the opportunity to
                 	            MUS-108-02	 175363	 N123	           W	         9-11:50AM                    share your music with others. All levels welcome, beginners through
                 	             BASKERVILLE	                       $201	      $15	     $99	        $315    advanced.
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MUS-107.                                                	        MUS-133-01	 175372	 N216	 WF	  12-12:50PM
                 	            MUS-108-01	 175362	 N216	           TH	        6:30-9:20PM                  	         MIYAMA	                  $67	 $5	      $76	                            $148
                 	             ROSE	                              $201	      $15	      $99	       $315    MUS-136	 GROUP	VOICE:	ANYONE	CAN	SING,	1	CREDIT
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MUS-107.                                                Basic vocal techniques for the solo and ensemble singer. For music
                 MUS-109	 INTRO	TO	AUDIO	RECORDING	III,	3	CREDITS                                         and non-music majors, voice and music education majors, and/or
                 Exploration of digital recording/editing software and production of                      students who received low rating on MUP-174 audition.
                 CD project. Advanced exploration of techniques and tools used in                         	        MUS-136-01	 175373	 N114	 MW	  12-12:50PM
                 audio recording.                                                                         	         DENBESTE	                $67	 $5	      $76	                            $148
                 	            MUS-109-02	 175365	 N123	           W	         9-11:50AM                    MUS-137	 GROUP	GUITAR	I:	GUITAR/DUMMIES,	1	CREDIT
                 	             BASKERVILLE	                       $201	      $15	     $99	        $315    For beginning to advanced players. Covers finger picking, lead gui-
                               Prerequisites:	Pass	MUS-107	&	pass	MUS-108.                                tar, rock and popular styles, music reading, and music theory. Stu-
                 	            MUS-109-01	 175364	 N216	           TH	        6:30-9:20PM                  dents provide own instrument.
                 	             ROSE	                              $201	      $15	      $99	       $315    	            MUS-137-01	 175374	 N217	           TTH	      10:30-11:20AM
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MUS-107	&	pass	MUS-108.                                 	             SNYDER	                            $67	      $5	       $76	        $148




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.     HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                               course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-              TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                     department first class
                      see page 14.

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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-138	 GROUP	GUITAR	II	GUITAR	DUMMIES,	1	CREDIT                                        ✔	           MUS-206-15	 175391	 W215	           M	        6-9:50PM
For intermediate to advanced players. Covers finger picking, lead                        	             LOTZ	                              $0	       $0	      $288	         $288
                                                                                                       Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	




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guitar, rock and popular styles, music reading, and music theory.
Students provide own instrument.                                                                       placement	in	WR-121.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.
	        MUS-138-01	 175376	 N217	 TTH	 10:30-11:20AM                                    MUS-213	 MUSIC	THEORY	II,	3	CREDITS
	         SNYDER	                  $67	 $5	       $76	                           $148    Advance study of the chromatic material and structure of tonal mu-
MUS-142	 INTRO	TO	ELECTRONIC	MUSIC,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                         sic. Required for second-year music majors.
Introduction to synthesis, MIDI sequencing, basic musical elements,                      	            MUS-213-01	 178242	 N217	           TTH	      1:30-2:50PM
and basics of production.                                                                	             DEITZ	                             $201	     $15	      $0	          $216
                                                                                                       Prerequisites:	Pass	MUS-212L	&	pass	MUS-212.	Corequisites:	MUS-213L,	
	        MUS-142-01	 175377	 N216	 T	                       9-11:50AM
                                                                                                       MUS-216	&	MUS-226.
	         GIBERSON	                $201	                    $15	      $99	       $315
                                                                                         MUS-213L	 MIDI	LAB,	0	CREDIT
	        MUS-142-02	 175378	 N216	 M	                       6:30-9:20PM
	         ROSE	                    $201	                    $15	      $99	       $315    Advanced use of Finale (music notation software) and basic use of
                                                                                         QuarkXPress (desktop publishing software) on Macintosh comput-
MUS-143	 ELECTRONIC	MUSIC	II,	3	CREDITS                                                  ers. Required for second-year music majors.
An introduction to digital audio in the MIDI environment. Contin-                        	            MUS-213L-01	 178245	 N216	          M	        1-1:50PM
ues MIDI sequencing and integrates audio into the MIDI environ-
                                                                                         	             MILLS	                             $0	       $0	      $44	           $44
ment.                                                                                                  Prerequisite:	Pass	MUS-212L.	Corequisites:	MUS-213,	MUS-216	&	MUS-
	            MUS-143-01	 175379	 N216	          TH	         9-11:50AM                                  226.
	             GIBERSON	                         $201	       $15	     $99	        $315
              Prerequisite:	Pass	MUS-142.                                                MUS-216	 KEYBOARD	SKILLS	II,	2	CREDITS
                                                                                         Advanced keyboard applications of the materials of diatonic and
	            MUS-143-02	 175380	 N216	          W	          6:30-9:20PM                  chromatic music. Required for second-year music majors.
	             ROSE	                             $201	       $15	      $99	       $315
              Prerequisite:	Pass	MUS-142.                                                	            MUS-216-01	 178246	 N216	           WF	       9-9:50AM
                                                                                         	             MIYAMA	                            $134	     $10	     $10	          $154
MUS-144	 ELECTRONIC	MUSIC	III,	3	CREDITS                                                               Prerequisite:	Pass	MUS-215.	Corequisites:	MUS-213,	MUS-213L	&	MUS-
Exploration of digital sound recording and editing, synthesis, sam-                                    226.
pling, and sequencing. Presents CD production techniques integrat-
ing digital audio with the MIDI sequence. Uses ProTools and other                        MUS-226	 AURAL	SKILLS	II,	2	CREDITS
common production software/hardware.                                                     Diatonic and chromatic sight singing with sol feg syllables and
	            MUS-144-01	 175381	 N216	          TH	         9-11:50AM                    moveable “do”. Four-part dictation including all chromatic devices
	             GIBERSON	                         $201	       $15	     $99	        $315
                                                                                         studied in Theory II. Required for second-year music majors.
              Prerequisites:	Pass	MUS-142	&	pass	MUS-143.                                	            MUS-226-01	 178247	 N217	           T	        9:30-10:20AM
                                                                                         	            	           	       N217	           W	        1-1:50PM
	            MUS-144-02	 175382	 N216	          W	          6:30-9:20PM
	             ROSE	                             $201	       $15	      $99	       $315    	              DEITZ	                            $134	     $10	      $0	          $144
              Prerequisites:	Pass	MUS-142	&	pass	MUS-143.                                              Prerequisite:	Pass	MUS-225.	Corequisites:	MUS-213,	MUS-213L	&	MUS-
                                                                                                       216.
MUS-145	 DIGITAL	SOUND/VIDEO/ANIMATION,	3	CREDITS
An introduction to new media. Includes sound, video, animation,                          MUS-230	 MUSIC	MEDIA:	SEX,	DRUGS,	ROCK,	4	CREDITS
mp3, DVD, and compression technologies.                                                  Explores the relationship of music to economic, political, cultural,
	        MUS-145-01	 175383	 N216	 T	    6:30-9:20PM
                                                                                         and artistic subjects. Examines how music serves and is served by
	         GIBERSON	                $201	 $15	      $99	                          $315    pop, culture, and media.
                                                                                         	        MUS-230-01	 178217	 N114	 TTH	  1:30-3:20PM
MUS-147	 MUSIC,	SOUND	&	MOVIEMAKING,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                         	         PANTAGES/WAKELING	       $268	 $20	      $25	                           $313
Introduction to music and sound as related to moviemaking. Stu-
dents will have the opportunity to create and assemble music,                            MUS-247	 MUSIC,	SOUND	&	MOVIEMAKING,	3	CREDITS
sound, and video into a finished product.                                                Introduction to music & sound as related to moviemaking. Students
	            MUS-147-01	 175384	 N216	          F	          6:30-9:20PM                  will have the opportunity to create and assemble music, sound and
                                                                                         video into a finished product.
	            	           	       N216	          S	          9-5:20PM
	              ROSE	                            $67	        $5	       $99	       $171    	        MUS-247-01	 178218	 N217	 M	                      3-5:50PM
              Meets:	5/15	&	5/16.                                                        	         ROSE	                    $201	                   $15	     $99	          $315
MUS-148	 LIVE	SOUND	ENGINEERING,	3	CREDITS                                               MUS-280	 MUSIC/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
Introduction to the basic techniques and tools used in live sound                        Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
engineering and mixing. Areas of study include set up, signal path,                      music.
microphone applications, hardware and outboard gear.                                     	            MUS-280-01	 175398	 JOBSITE	
	        MUS-148-01	 175385	 N114	 W	    6:30-9:20PM                                     	             DOGGETT/LOTZ	               $402	            $30	       $114	      $546V
	         SOMMERS	                 $201	 $15	      $99	                          $315                  Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.	Prerequisites:	Pass	MUS-
                                                                                                       107,	pass	MUS-140	&	pass	MUS-142.
MUS-189	 PERFORMANCE	AND	REPERTOIRE,	1	CREDIT
A performance forum required for all students studying privately at
the MUP 171-191 and MUP 271-291 levels. Students will be required
to attend approved concerts.
                                                                                         Music: Individual Lessons
                                                                                         College level private lessons required for music majors and available to qual-
	        MUS-189-01	 175386	 N114	 M	     4-4:50PM                                       ified non-majors. End-of-term juried performance mandatory. Students will
	         MIYAMA	                  $67	   $5	      $0	                            $72
                                                                                         pay a $265 private instruction fee at the time of registration when noted in
MUS-206	 MUSIC	LIT:	HISTORY	OF	ROCK,	4	CREDITS                                           the course fee column which is nonrefundable. This fee may not cover the
Emphasis on cultivating understanding of music through study of                          entire cost of private lessons. MUP-100, MUP-171-191 and MUP-271-291
elements, forms, and historical styles.                                                  must fill out schedule card in the Music office (N128) before registering.
	            MUS-206-01	 175388	 N119	          MWF	        10-10:50AM
	             MILLS	                            $268	       $20	     $0	         $288    MUP-100	 IND.	LESSONS:	NON-MUSIC	MAJORS,	1	CREDIT
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	           Private lessons for beginners, non-music majors, and students who
              placement	in	WR-121.                                                       receive a low rating in MUP 171-191 auditions. Brass, woodwind
✔	           MUS-206-02	 175390	 OIT191	        T	          6-9:50PM                     percussion, string and keyboard instruments, and voice.
	             CLINE	                            $268	       $20	     $0	         $288    	            MUP-100-01	 175275	 N128	           TBA	      TBA
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	           	             DAVIS/DENBESTE/MIYAMA	             $0	       $5	        $265	       $270
              placement	in	WR-121.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
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                              Section No.       Crs.Reg.# Room    Day       Time                                      Section No.       Crs.Reg.# Room    Day       Time
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                 Music: Individual Lessons, continued                                                    MUP-183J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	CLARINET,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                         	            MUP-183J-01	 175301	 N128	 TBA	  TBA
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                 MUP-100	     IND.LESSONS:	NON-MUSIC	MAJORS,	1	CREDIT                                    	             WAKELING	                 $0	   $5	                  $265	      $270
                 	            MUP-100-02	 175276	 N128	 TBA	 TBA                                         MUP-184	     IND.	LESSONS:	SAXOPHONE,	1	CREDIT
                 	             WAKELING	                $0	  $5	     $265	                       $270    	            MUP-184-01	 175302	 N128	  TBA	  TBA
                 MUP-171	     IND.	LESSONS:	PIANO,	1	CREDIT                                              	             HARRIS	                   $0	   $5	                  $265	      $270
                 	            MUP-171-01	 175286	 N128	 TBA	 TBA                                                       Corequisite:	MUS-189.
                 	             MIYAMA	                  $0	  $5	     $265	                       $270    MUP-184J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	SAXOPHONE,	1	CREDIT
                               Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                     	            MUP-184J-01	 175303	 N128	 TBA	 TBA
                 MUP-171J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	PIANO,	1	CREDIT                                         	             HARRIS	                   $0	  $5	    $265	                     $270
                 	            MUP-171J-01	 175287	 N128	 TBA	  TBA                                       MUP-185	     IND.	LESSONS:	BASSOON,	1	CREDIT
                 	             GIBERSON	                 $0	   $5	                    $265	      $270    	            MUP-185-01	 175304	 N128	  TBA	 TBA
                 MUP-174	     IND.	LESSONS:	VOICE,	1	CREDIT                                              	             STAFF	                    $0	  $5	    $265	                     $270
                 	            MUP-174-01	 175288	 N128	  TBA	  TBA                                                     Corequisite:	MUS-189.
                 	             DENBESTE	                 $0	   $5	                    $265	      $270    MUP-186	 IND.	LESSONS:	TRUMPET,	1	CREDIT
                               Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                     	        MUP-186-01	 175305	 N128	 TBA	  TBA
                 MUP-174J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	VOICE,	1	CREDIT                                         	         KUHNS	                   $0	   $5	                       $265	      $270
                 	            MUP-174J-01	 175289	 N128	 TBA	  TBA                                                     Corequisite:	MUS-189.
                 	             CLINE	                    $0	   $5	                    $265	      $270    MUP-186J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	TRUMPET,	1	CREDIT
                 MUP-175	     IND.	LESSONS:	VIOLIN,	1	CREDIT                                             	            MUP-186J-01	 175306	 N128	 TBA	 TBA
                 	            MUP-175-01	 175290	 N128	  TBA	  TBA                                       	             STAFF	                    $0	  $5	                   $265	      $270
                 	             BALDINO	                  $0	   $5	                    $265	      $270    MUP-188	     IND.	LESSONS:	TROMBONE,	1	CREDIT
                               Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                     	            MUP-188-01	 175307	 N128	  TBA	 TBA
                 MUP-176	 IND.	LESSONS:	VIOLA,	1	CREDIT                                                  	             NELSON	                   $0	  $5	                   $265	      $270
                 	        MUP-176-01	 175291	 N128	 TBA	                    TBA                                        Corequisite:	MUS-189.
                 	         STAFF	                   $0	                     $5	       $265	      $270    MUP-188J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	TROMBONE,	1	CREDIT
                               Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                     	            MUP-188J-01	 175308	 N128	 TBA	  TBA
                 MUP-177	 IND.	LESSONS:	CELLO,	1	CREDIT                                                  	             STAFF	                    $0	   $5	                  $265	      $270
                 	        MUP-177-01	 175292	 N128	 TBA	                    TBA                          MUP-189	     IND.	LESSONS:	BARITONE,	1	CREDIT
                 	         PRESTHUS	                $0	                     $5	       $265	      $270    	            MUP-189-01	 175309	 N128	  TBA	  TBA
                               Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                     	             STAFF	                    $0	   $5	                  $265	      $270
                 MUP-178	 IND.	LESSONS:	BASS,	1	CREDIT                                                                 Corequisite:	MUS-189.
                 	        MUP-178-01	 175293	 N128	 TBA	                    TBA                          MUP-190	 IND.	LESSONS:	TUBA,	1	CREDIT
                 	         WAKELING	                $0	                     $5	       $265	      $270    	        MUP-190-01	 175310	 N128	 TBA	                    TBA
                               Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                     	         STAFF	                   $0	                     $5	     $265	      $270
                 MUP-178J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	BASS,	1	CREDIT                                                        Corequisite:	MUS-189.
                 	            MUP-178J-01	 175294	 N128	 TBA	   TBA                                      MUP-191	 IND.	LESSONS:	PERCUSSION,	1	CREDIT
                 	             WAKELING	                 $0	    $5	                   $265	      $270    	        MUP-191-01	 175311	 N128	 TBA	  TBA
                 MUP-180	     IND.	LESSONS:	GUITAR,	1	CREDIT                                             	         ALLEN	                   $0	   $5	                       $265	      $270
                 	            MUP-180-01	 175295	 N128	  TBA	   TBA                                                    Corequisite:	MUS-189.
                 	             DAVIS	                    $0	    $5	                   $265	      $270    MUP-191J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	PERCUSSION,	1	CREDIT
                               Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                     	            MUP-191J-01	 175312	 N128	 TBA	  TBA
                 MUP-180J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	GUITAR,	1	CREDIT                                        	             DOGGETT	                  $0	   $5	    $265	                    $270
                 	            MUP-180J-01	 175296	 N128	 TBA	  TBA                                       MUP-271	     IND.	LESSONS:	PIANO,	1	CREDIT
                 	             REISMAN	                  $0	   $5	                    $265	      $270    	            MUP-271-01	 175322	 N128	  TBA	  TBA
                 MUP-181	     IND.	LESSONS:	FLUTE,	1	CREDIT                                              	             MIYAMA	                   $0	   $5	    $265	                    $270
                 	            MUP-181-01	 175297	 N128	  TBA	  TBA                                                     Corequisite:	MUS-189.
                 	             GIFFORD	                  $0	   $5	                    $265	      $270    MUP-271J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	PIANO,	1	CREDIT
                               Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                     	            MUP-271J-01	 175323	 N128	 TBA	  TBA
                 MUP-181J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	FLUTE,	1	CREDIT                                         	             GIBERSON	                 $0	   $5	                  $265	      $270
                 	            MUP-181J-01	 175298	 N128	 TBA	  TBA                                       MUP-274	     IND.	LESSONS:	VOICE,	1	CREDIT
                 	             HARRIS	                   $0	   $5	                    $265	      $270    	            MUP-274-01	 175324	 N128	  TBA	  TBA
                 MUP-182	     IND.	LESSONS:	OBOE,	1	CREDIT                                               	             DENBESTE	                 $0	   $5	                  $265	      $270
                 	            MUP-182-01	 175299	 N128	  TBA	  TBA                                                     Corequisite:	MUS-189.
                 	             PITKIN	                   $0	   $5	                    $265	      $270    MUP-274J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	VOICE,	1	CREDIT
                               Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                     	            MUP-274J-01	 175325	 N128	 TBA	  TBA
                 MUP-183	 IND.	LESSONS:	CLARINET,	1	CREDIT                                               	             CLINE	                    $0	   $5	                  $265	      $270
                 	        MUP-183-01	 175300	 N128	  TBA	  TBA                                           MUP-275	     IND.	LESSONS:	VIOLIN,	1	CREDIT
                 	         HARRIS	                   $0	   $5	                        $265	      $270    	            MUP-275-01	 175326	 N128	  TBA	  TBA
                               Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                     	             ATCHERSON	                $0	   $5	                  $265	      $270
                                                                                                                       Corequisite:	MUS-189.



                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.    HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total     ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                              course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum            Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-             TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                        See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                    department first class
                      see page 14.

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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-276	 IND.	LESSONS:	VIOLA,	1	CREDIT                                              MUP-290	 IND.	LESSONS:	TUBA,	1	CREDIT
	        MUP-276-01	 175327	 N128	 TBA	                   TBA                       	        MUP-290-01	 175347	 N128	 TBA	                     TBA




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	         STAFF	                   $0	                    $5	    $265	      $270    	         STAFF	                   $0	                      $5	         $265	      $270
              Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                               Corequisite:	MUS-189.
MUP-277	 IND.	LESSONS:	CELLO,	1	CREDIT                                              MUP-291	 IND.	LESSONS:	PERCUSSION,	1	CREDIT
	        MUP-277-01	 175328	 N128	 TBA	                   TBA                       	        MUP-291-01	 175348	 N128	 TBA	  TBA
	         STAFF	                   $0	                    $5	    $265	      $270    	         ALLEN	                   $0	   $5	                            $265	      $270
              Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                               Corequisite:	MUS-189.
MUP-278	 IND.	LESSONS:	BASS,	1	CREDIT                                               MUP-291J	 IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	PERCUSSION,	1	CREDIT
	        MUP-278-01	 175329	 N128	 TBA	                   TBA                       	         MUP-291J-01	 175349	 N128	 TBA	  TBA
	         DEITZ	                   $0	                    $5	    $265	      $270    	          DOGGETT	                  $0	   $5	    $265	                            $270
              Corequisite:	MUS-189.
MUP-278J	
	
             IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	BASS,	1	CREDIT
             MUP-278J-01	 175330	 N128	 TBA	   TBA
                                                                                    Nursing
	             WAKELING	                 $0	    $5	               $265	      $270    The Nursing program at Clackamas Community College is a full partner in
                                                                                    the Oregon Consortium for Nursing Education (OCNE). The curriculum in
MUP-280	     IND.	LESSONS:	GUITAR,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                    OCNE nursing programs is a competency-based curriculum developed in col-
	            MUP-280-01	 175331	 N128	  TBA	   TBA
                                                                                    laboration with Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) and other com-
	             DAVIS	                    $0	    $5	               $265	      $270
              Corequisite:	MUS-189.
                                                                                    munity colleges around the state. This curriculum, which has been approved
                                                                                    by the Oregon State Board of Education as well as the Oregon State Board
MUP-280J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	GUITAR,	1	CREDIT                                    of Nursing, can ultimately culminate in a Baccalaureate of Science Degree
	            MUP-280J-01	 175332	 N128	 TBA	  TBA                                   with a focus in Nursing on the community college campus offered by OHSU.
	             REISMAN	                  $0	   $5	                $265	      $270
MUP-281	     IND.	LESSONS:	FLUTE,	1	CREDIT                                          Admission into the nursing program is by special application only. Accep-
	            MUP-281-01	 175333	 N128	  TBA	  TBA                                   tance to the nursing program allows for co-enrollment to Clackamas Com-
	             MURPHY	                   $0	   $5	                $265	      $270    munity College and Oregon Health & Science University, School of Nursing.
              Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                 The Nursing Assistant course, while not required to enter the Nursing pro-
MUP-281J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	FLUTE,	1	CREDIT                                     gram, provides a strong foundation regarding the delivery of care to clients
	            MUP-281J-01	 175334	 N128	 TBA	  TBA                                   in various settings.
	             HARRIS	                   $0	   $5	                $265	      $270
                                                                                    NRS-112	     FOUNDATIONS-ACUTE	CARE	I,	2	CREDITS
MUP-282	     IND.	LESSONS:	OBOE,	1	CREDIT                                           Introduces the learner to assessment and common interventions for
	            MUP-282-01	 175335	 N128	  TBA	  TBA                                   care of patients across the life span that requires acute care, includ-
	             STAFF	                    $0	   $5	                $265	      $270    ing natural childbirth. Disease/illness trajectories and their transla-
              Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                 tion into clinical practice guidelines and/or standard procedures are
MUP-283	 IND.	LESSONS:	CLARINET,	1	CREDIT                                           considered in relation to their impact on providing culturally sensi-
	        MUP-283-01	 175336	 N128	  TBA	  TBA                                       tive, client-centered care.
	         STAFF	                    $0	   $5	                    $265	      $270    ✔	           NRS-112-01	 177200	 H230	            M	        8-9:50AM
              Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                 	             CANNON	                             $134	     $10	     $155	         $299
                                                                                                  Restricted:	Admitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Prerequisite:	NRS-110.	
MUP-283J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	CLARINET,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                  Corequisites:	NRS-231	&	NRS-233.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
	            MUP-283J-01	 175337	 N128	 TBA	  TBA
	             WAKELING	                 $0	   $5	                $265	      $270    NRS-112C	 ACUTE	CARE	I	CLINICAL,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                    Clinical application of NRS-112 content.
MUP-284	     IND.	LESSONS:	SAXOPHONE,	1	CREDIT                                      ✔	           NRS-112C-01	 177201	 LMPHCON	TW	               7-11:50AM
	            MUP-284-01	 175338	 N128	  TBA	  TBA                                   	            	            	       H250	   W	                3-4:50PM
	             HARRIS	                   $0	   $5	                $265	      $270    	            	            	       H245	   W	                3-4:50PM
              Corequisite:	MUS-189.
                                                                                    	              SANDERS/SCHNEIDER	         $268	             $20	     $75	          $363
MUP-284J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	SAXOPHONE,	1	CREDIT                                               Restricted:	Admitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Prerequisites:	NRS-111	&	
	            MUP-284J-01	 175339	 N128	 TBA	 TBA                                                  NRS-111C.	Corequisites:	NRS-112,	NRS-231	&	NRS-233.	At	Tualatin.
	             HARRIS	                   $0	  $5	    $265	                   $270    ✔	           NRS-112C-02	 177202	 WFHCLS	         TW	       7-11:50AM
MUP-285	     IND.	LESSONS:	BASSOON,	1	CREDIT                                        	            	            	       H250	           M	        11-12:50PM
	            MUP-285-01	 175340	 N128	  TBA	 TBA                                    	            	            	       H245	           M	        11-12:50PM
	             STAFF	                    $0	  $5	    $265	                   $270    	              CANNON/SCHNEIDER	                  $268	     $20	     $75	          $363
              Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                               Restricted:	Admitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Prerequisites:	NRS-111	&	
                                                                                                  NRS-111C.	Corequisites:	NRS-112,	NRS-231	&	NRS-233.	At	Oregon	City.
MUP-286	 IND.	LESSONS:	TRUMPET,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                    ✔	           NRS-112C-03	 177203	 PROVCLS	        TW	       7-11:50AM
	        MUP-286-01	 175341	 N128	 TBA	  TBA
                                                                                    	            	            	       H250	           T	        1:30-3:20PM
	         MAZZIO	                  $0	   $5	                     $265	      $270
              Corequisite:	MUS-189.
                                                                                    	            	            	       H245	           T	        1:30-3:30PM
                                                                                    	              WEISSERT/SCHNEIDER	                $268	     $20	      $75	         $363
MUP-286J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	TRUMPET,	1	CREDIT                                                 Restricted:	Admitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Prerequisites:	NRS-111	&	
	            MUP-286J-01	 175342	 N128	 TBA	 TBA                                                  NRS-111C.	Corequisites:	NRS-112,	NRS-231	&	NRS-233.	At	Milwaukie.
	             STAFF	                    $0	  $5	                 $265	      $270    ✔	           NRS-112C-04	 177204	 LMPHCON	TW	               6-10:50PM
MUP-288	     IND.	LESSONS:	TROMBONE,	1	CREDIT                                       	            	            	       H250	   F	                11-12:50PM
	            MUP-288-01	 175344	 N128	  TBA	 TBA                                    	            	            	       H245	   F	                11-12:50PM
	             NELSON	                   $0	  $5	                 $265	      $270    	              CALDWELL/SCHNEIDER	        $268	             $20	     $75	          $363
              Corequisite:	MUS-189.                                                               Restricted:	Admitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Prerequisites:	NRS-111	&	
MUP-288J	    IND.	LESSONS:	JAZZ	TROMBONE,	1	CREDIT                                                NRS-111C.	Corequisites:	NRS-112,	NRS-231	&	NRS-233.	At	Tualatin.
	            MUP-288J-01	 175345	 N128	 TBA	  TBA
	             STAFF	                    $0	   $5	                $265	      $270
MUP-289	     IND.	LESSONS:	BARITONE,	1	CREDIT
	            MUP-289-01	 175346	 N128	  TBA	  TBA
	             STAFF	                    $0	   $5	                $265	      $270
                                                                                                                                                               Continued
              Corequisite:	MUS-189.
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                              Section No.       Crs.Reg.# Room       Day       Time                                          Section No.       Crs.Reg.# Room      Day       Time
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                 Nursing, continued                                                                             NRS-233	     PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL	PROCESS	II,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                                Continues to explore additional pathophysiological processes not
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                 ✔	           NRS-112C-05	 177205	 WFHCLS	          TW	        3-7:50PM                         covered in NRS-232 that contribute to disease states across the lifes-
                 	            	            	       H250	            T	         10-11:50AM                       pan and human responses to those processes. Assists students in
                 	            	            	       H245	            T	         10-11:50AM
                                                                                                                learning how to make selective clinical decisions regarding using
                                                                                                                current, reliable sources of pathophysiology information for diverse
                 	              WHALEN/SCHNEIDER	                   $268	      $20	     $75	          $363
                               Restricted:	Admitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Prerequisites:	NRS-111	&	
                                                                                                                populations.
                               NRS-111C.	Corequisites:	NRS-112,	NRS-231	&	NRS-233.	At	Oregon	City.              ✔	HYB	       NRS-233-01	 177210	 H230	             F	        8-9:50AM
                                                                                                                	             BRADBURY	                            $201	     $15	     $25	          $241
                 NRS-224	     INTEGRATIVE	PRACTICUM,	2	CREDITS                                                                Hybrid	class.	Meets	weeks:	2,	4,	6,	8	&	10	plus	online	hrs.	Restricted:	Ad-
                 This course is designed to formalize the clinical judgments, knowl-                                          mitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Prerequisite:	NRS-232.	At	CCC	Harmony	
                 edge and skills necessary in safe, registered nurse practice. The                                            Campus.
                 preceptor model provides a context that allows the student to ex-                              ✔	HYB	       NRS-233-02	 178450	 H230	             F	        8-9:50AM
                 perience the nursing work world in a selected setting, balancing the                           	             BRADBURY	                            $201	     $15	     $25	          $241
                 demands of job and life-long learner.                                                                        Hybrid	class.	Meets	weeks:	2,	4,	6,	8	&	10	plus	online	hrs.	Restricted:	Ad-
                 ✔	           NRS-224-01	 179300	 H230	             M	         10-11:50AM	                                    mitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Prerequisite:	NRS-232.	At	CCC	Harmony	
                 	             THORN	                               $134	      $10	     $100	         $244                    Campus.
                               Restricted:	Admitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Prerequisite:	Completion	
                                                                                                                NUR-090	 NURSING	ASSISTANT	I,	7	CREDITS
                               of	the	first	year	of	nursing	curriculum.	Corequisite:	NRS-224C.	At	CCC	Har-
                               mony	Campus.
                                                                                                                Designed to prepare students to perform routine nursing assistant
                                                                                                                tasks to clients in the following venues: hospitals, long-term and
                 NRS-224C	 INTEGRATIVE	PRACTICUM	CLINICAL,	7	CREDITS                                            skilled care facilities, and in the community.
                 Clinical application of NRS-224 Scope of Practice & Preceptorship                              ✔	           NUR-090-01	 177211	       H210	       T	        9-11:50AM
                 for AAS Completion content.                                                                    	            	            	            H210	       T	        1-2:50PM
                 ✔	NEW	       NRS-224C-01	 179323	 H220	            TH	        8-9:50AM	                        	            	            	            H260	       WTH	      9-11:50AM	
                 	             THORN	                               $469	      $35	      $180	        $684      	            	            	            H260	       WTH	      1-2:50PM
                               Restricted:	Admitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Required:	19	clinical	hrs/wk	    	              RECKER/KELLER	                      $469	     $35	     $290	         $794
                               TBA.	Corequisite:	NRS-224.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                              Meets:	3/30-4/30.	Required:	Instructor	consent.	Corequisite:	One	NUR-
                 ✔	NEW	       NRS-224C-02	 179324	 H245	            TH	        8-9:50AM	                                      090C	clinical.	Contact:	teresaf@clackamas.edu	or	503-594-0650	regarding	
                 	             DODSON	                              $469	      $35	      $180	        $684                    instructor	consent	and	required	proof	of	competency	in	reading	and	writing.	
                               Restricted:	Admitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Required:	19	clinical	hrs/wk	                  At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                               TBA.	Corequisite:	NRS-224.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                NUR-090C	 NURSING	ASSISTANT	I	CLINICAL,	0	CREDIT
                 ✔	NEW	       NRS-224C-03	 179325	 H230	            TH	        8-9:50AM	                        ✔	        NUR-090C-01	 177212	 MQCACL	 TW	 6-3:20PM
                 	             SMITH	M.	                            $469	      $35	      $180	        $684      	          RECKER	                     $0	 $0	      $0	                               $0
                               Restricted:	Admitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Required:	19	clinical	hrs/wk	                  Meets:	5/4-6/13.	Required:	Instructor	consent.	Mandatory	3	hours	orienta-
                               TBA.	Corequisite:	NRS-224.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                              tion	at	clinical	site/TBA.	Additional	3	hours	during	finals	week	for	skills	
                 ✔	NEW	       NRS-224C-04	 179326	 H210	            TH	        8-9:50AM	                                      testing/TBA.	Contact:	teresaf@clackamas.edu	or	503-594-0650	regarding	
                 	             SCHLESSMAN	                          $469	      $35	      $180	        $684                    instructor	consent	and	required	proof	of	competency	in	reading	and	writing.	
                               Restricted:	Admitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Required:	19	clinical	hrs/wk	                  At	Marquis	Care-Hope	Village,	Canby.
                               TBA.	Corequisite:	NRS-224.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                                                                                                                ✔	           NUR-090C-02	 177213	 WVCOCLS	 MT	               11-7:50PM
                 ✔	NEW	       NRS-224C-05	 179327	 H230	            M	         1-2:50AM	
                                                                                                                	            	            	       WVCOCLS	 W	                2-10:50PM
                 	             MORRIS	                              $469	      $35	      $180	        $684
                               Restricted:	Admitted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Required:	19	clinical	hrs/wk	    	              LIX	                        $0	               $0	      $0	             $0
                               TBA.	Corequisite:	NRS-224.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.                                              Meets:	5/4-6/13.	Required:	Instructor	consent.	Mandatory	3	hours	orienta-
                                                                                                                              tion	at	clinical	site/TBA.	Additional	3	hours	during	finals	week	for	skills	
                 NRS-231	     CLINICAL	PHARMACOLOGY	II,	3	CREDITS                                                             testing/TBA.	Contact:	teresaf@clackamas.edu	or	503-594-0650	regarding	
                 Sequel to NRS-230 continues to provide the theoretical background                                            instructor	consent	and	required	proof	of	competency	in	reading	and	writing.	
                 that enables students to provide safe and effective care related to                                          At	Willamette	View	Health	Center,	Portland.	
                 drugs and natural products to persons throughout the lifespan. Ad-                             ✔	           NUR-090C-03	 177214	 WVCOCLS	 WTH	              6-3:20PM
                 dresses additional classes of drugs, related natural products, and                             	             KELLER	                      $0	               $0	      $0	             $0
                 physiological conditions.                                                                                    Meets:	5/6-6/13.	Required:	Instructor	consent.	Mandatory	3	hours	orienta-
                 ✔	HYB	       NRS-231-01	 177206	 H230	             F	         8-9:50AM                                       tion	at	clinical	site/TBA.	Additional	3	hours	during	finals	week	for	skills	
                 	             SCHNEIDER	                           $201	      $15	     $25	          $241                    testing/TBA.	Contact:	teresaf@clackamas.edu	or	503-594-0650	regarding	
                               Hybrid	class.	Meets	weeks:	1,	3,	5,	7	&	9	plus	online	hrs.	Restricted:	Admit-                  instructor	consent	and	required	proof	of	competency	in	reading	and	writing.	
                               ted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Prerequisite:	NRS-230.	At	CCC	Harmony	                          At	Willamette	View	Health	Center,	Portland.
                               Campus.
                 ✔	HYB	
                 	
                              NRS-231-02	 178448	 H230	
                               SCHNEIDER	
                                                                    F	
                                                                    $201	
                                                                               8-9:50AM
                                                                               $15	     $25	          $241      Philosophy
                               Hybrid	class.	Meets	weeks:	1,	3,	5,	7	&	9	plus	online	hrs.	Restricted:	Admit-    PHL-101	     PHILOSOPHICAL	PROBLEMS,	4	CREDITS
                               ted	CCC	nursing	students	only.	Prerequisite:	NRS-230.	At	CCC	Harmony	            Presents a variety of topics that may include: the nature of reality,
                               Campus.                                                                          knowledge and doubt, the human condition, truth and the search
                                                                                                                for meaning.
                                                                                                                     	       PHL-101-01	 175400	 ONLINE	
                                                                                                                	             HARTSOCK	                            $268	     $20	        $35	       $323
                                                                                                                              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	donnh@
                                                                                                                              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2542.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	
                                                                                                                              placement	in	RD-115.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.          HYB Classroom/online             V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                    course-see page 15.             cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                   TBA To be arranged: contact      NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                          department first class
                      see page 14.

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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


PHL-102	     ETHICS,	4	CREDITS                                                              	            BOWLING/ADVANCED,	1	CREDIT
Introduces the study of morality; e.g., right and wrong, free will and                      ✔	           PE-185-015	 178592	 BA	 TTH	                    10:30-11:50AM




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determinism, morals and society.                                                            	             STAFF	                 $67	                    $5	       $0	       $72
✔	           PHL-102-01	 175401	 H310	            TTH	      1-2:50PM                                      $45	fee	payable	to	Milwaukie	Bowl.	At	Milwaukie.
	             SEVERSON	                           $268	     $20	     $0	            $288    	            BOWLING/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.	At	CCC	Harmony	              ✔	           PE-185-013	 178589	 BA	 TTH	                    10:30-11:50AM
              Campus.
                                                                                            	             STAFF	                 $67	                    $5	       $0	       $72
PHL-103	     CRITICAL	REASONING,	4	CREDITS                                                                $45	fee	payable	to	Milwaukie	Bowl.	At	Milwaukie.
Focuses on improving reasoning and critical assessment ability.                             	            BOWLING/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
	            PHL-103-01	 177909	 RR208	           MWF	      11:30-12:35PM                   	            PE-185-014	 178591	 BA	 TTH	  10:30-11:50AM
	             WATSON	                             $268	     $20	      $0	           $288    	             STAFF	                 $67	  $5	       $0	                         $72
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.                                            $45	fee	payable	to	Milwaukie	Bowl.	At	Milwaukie.
PHL-213	     ASIAN	PHILOSOPHY,	4	CREDITS                                                    	            DANCE,	BALLET/ADVANCED,	1	CREDIT
Examines the underlying belief systems of Hinduism, Buddhism,
Taoism, and Confucianism. Course explores their concepts of cause                           ✔	           PE-185-021	 176556	 KSBCLS	 MTH	 4:15-6:05PM
                                                                                            	             STAFF	                     $67	 $5	       $0	                      $72
and effect, freedom, personal identity, moral value, truth, and en-                                       $241	fee	to	Kunzman	School	of	Ballet.	At	Oregon	City.
lightenment.
                                                                                            	            DANCE,	BALLET/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT
✔	           PHL-213-01	 177910	 H320	            TH	       6-9:50PM
	             BAILEY	                             $268	     $20	     $0	            $288    	            PE-185-022	 176557	 R208	   MW	  1:30-2:50PM
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.	At	CCC	Harmony	              	              ARZT	                     $67	 $5	       $10	                     $82
              Campus.                                                                       	            DANCE,	BALLET/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                            	            PE-185-023	 176558	 R208	   MW	  1:30-2:50PM
Physical Education                                                                          	
                                                                                            	
                                                                                                           ARZT	                     $67	
                                                                                                         DANCE,	BALLET/POINT,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                                                          $5	       $10	                     $82

HPE-295	     HEALTH	AND	FITNESS	FOR	LIFE,	3	CREDITS
Explores interaction of physical fitness and health. Meets three                            ✔	           PE-185-024	 176559	 KSBCLS	 M	   6-6:50PM
times a week for personal fitness assessment and two weekly class-                          	            	           	       KSBCLS	 TH	  7-7:50PM
room sessions, covering related topics.                                                     	              STAFF	                    $67	 $5	       $0	                      $72
                                                                                                          $241	fee	to	Kunzman	School	of	Ballet.	At	Oregon	City.
	            HPE-295-01	 176532	 R220	            MWF	      8-9:50AM
	             FISKUM	                             $201	     $15	     $10	           $226    	            DANCE,	HIP	HOP/ADVANCED,	1	CREDIT
              Required:	Five	hrs	TBA.                                                       	            PE-185-009	 178601	 R208	 TTH	 1:30-2:50PM
	            HPE-295-03	 176534	 R220	            MWF	      10-11:50AM                      	             YARBROUGH	               $67	 $5	       $10	                       $82
	             FISKUM	                             $201	     $15	     $10	           $226    	            DANCE,	HIP	HOP/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT
              Required:	Five	hrs	TBA.                                                       	            PE-185-035	 176568	 R208	 TTH	 12-1:20PM
PE-185	      PHYSICAL	ACTIVITY	CLASSES,	1	CREDIT                                            	             YARBROUGH	               $67	 $5	       $10	                       $82
Numerous physical activity classes that encompass leisure-type, rec-                        	            DANCE,	HIP	HOP/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
reational-type, and lifelong activities as well as activities related to                    	            PE-185-008	 178600	 R208	 TTH	 1:30-2:50PM
sports conditioning and wellness.                                                           	             YARBROUGH	               $67	 $5	       $10	                       $82
PE-185 classes require an additional fee for facility use which is PAID
ON SITE, for example: bowling, racquetball, and swimming. A phys-                           	            DANCE,	SWING/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT
ical examination is recommended prior to taking aerobics.                                   	            PE-185-079	 176605	 R208	 MWF	 9-9:50AM
                                                                                            	             ROBINSON	                $67	 $5	       $10	                       $82
	            AEROBIC	DANCE,	STEP,	1	CREDIT
	            PE-185-001	 176536	 R104	  MWF	                10-10:50PM                      	            DANCE,	SWING/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
	              ALLEN	                   $67	                $5	      $10	            $82    	            PE-185-030	 176563	 R208	 MWF	 9-9:50AM
                                                                                            	             ROBINSON	                $67	 $5	       $10	                       $82
	            AIKIDO,	1	CREDIT
✔	           PE-185-103	 176615	 CLSRM	 T	                  7-8:20PM                        	            DANCE,	TAP/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                            	            PE-185-031	 176564	 R208	 TTH	 10:30-11:50AM
	            	           	       CLSRM	 TH	                 6-7:20PM
	              STAFF	                   $67	                $5	      $0	             $72    	             HEIBERG	                 $67	 $5	       $10	                       $82
              $80	fee	payable	to	Aikido	NW.	At	Milwaukie.                                   	            DANCE,	TAP/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
	            AqUATIC	EXERCISE,	1	CREDIT                                                     	            PE-185-032	 176565	 R208	 TTH	 10:30-11:50AM
✔	           PE-185-006	 176541	 POOL	 MWF	                 9-9:50AM                        	             HEIBERG	                 $67	 $5	       $10	                       $82
	             STAFF	                   $67	                 $5	      $0	             $72    ✔	           GOLF/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT
              $70	fee	to	N.	Clackamas	Aquatic	Center.	At	Clackamas.                         	            PE-185-034	 176567	 R220	 TTH	 10:30-11:50AM
	            BASKETBALL,	POWER	II,	1	CREDIT                                                 	             FISKUM	                  $67	 $5	       $0	                        $72
	            PE-185-027	 178605	 R104	 MW	                  1-2:50PM                                      $45	fee	payable	to	Fundamental	Golf.	At	Beavercreek.
	             STEEN	                   $67	                 $5	      $10	            $82    ✔	           GOLF/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
              Women’s	Rules	&	Equipment.                                                    	            PE-185-033	 178593	 R220	 TTH	                  10:30-11:50AM
	            BASKETBALL/ADVANCED,	1	CREDIT                                                  	             FISKUM	                  $67	                  $5	       $0	       $72
	            PE-185-007	 176542	 R104	 MWF	 12-12:50PM                                                    $45	fee	payable	to	Fundamental	Golf.	At	Beavercreek.
	             WEGNER	                  $67	 $5	       $10	                           $82    	            HORSEBACK	RIDING/ADVANCED,	1	CREDIT
	            BASKETBALL/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT                                              ✔	           PE-185-040	 176572	 HORSCLS	 TTH	 9-10:20AM
	            PE-185-010	 176545	 R104	 MWF	 12-12:50PM                                      	             STAFF	                      $67	 $5	      $0	                      $72
	             WEGNER	                  $67	 $5	       $10	                           $82                  $190	fee	to	Horsemaster	Farms.	At	Beavercreek.
	            BASKETBALL/POWER	I,	1	CREDIT                                                   ✔	           PE-185-005	     178588	 HORSCLS	 TTH	           5:30-6:50PM
                                                                                            	             STAFF	                          $67	           $5	       $0	       $72
	            PE-185-081	 178603	 R104	 MW	  5:30-7:30PM                                                   $190	fee	to	Horsemaster	Farms.	At	Beavercreek.
	             WEGNER	                  $67	 $5	       $10	                           $82
              Required:	Instructor	consent.	Men’s	rules	and	equipment.                      	            HORSEBACK	RIDING/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                            ✔	           PE-185-039	 176571	 HORSCLS	 TTH	 7:30-8:50AM
                                                                                            	             STAFF	                      $67	 $5	       $0	                     $72
                                                                                                          $190	fee	to	Horsemaster	Farms.	At	Beavercreek.
                                                                                                                                                                     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


                 Physical Education, continued                                                                 	            STABILITY	BALL	CORE	TRAINING,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                               	            PE-185-002	 176537	 R104A	   MWF	 12-12:50PM
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                 	            HORSEBACK	RIDING/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT                                          	             WEIR	                       $67	 $5	      $10	                     $82
                 ✔	           PE-185-041	 176573	 HORSCLS	 TTH	 9-10:20AM                                      	            SWIM	CONDITIONING,	1	CREDIT
                 	             STAFF	                      $67	 $5	      $0	                           $72     ✔	           PE-185-054	 176586	 CANPOOL	 MWF	 6-6:50AM
                               $190	fee	to	Horsemaster	Farms.	At	Beavercreek.                                  	             STAFF	                      $67	 $5	      $0	                      $72
                 ✔	           PE-185-004	     178587	 HORSCLS	 TTH	               5:30-6:50PM                                $50	fee	to	Canby	Swim	Center.	At	Canby.
                 	             STAFF	                          $67	               $5	       $0	        $72     ✔	           PE-185-055	     176587	 OCPOOL	 MWF	            6-6:50AM
                               $190	fee	to	Horsemaster	Farms.	At	Beavercreek.                                  	             STAFF	                         $67	            $5	      $0	        $72
                 	            KARATE/ADVANCED,	1	CREDIT                                                                      $50	fee	to	Oregon	City	Pool.	At	Oregon	City.
                 	            PE-185-044	 176576	 R104A	   MWF	 10-10:50AM                                     ✔	           PE-185-056	     176588	 OCPOOL	 MWF	            7-7:50AM
                 	             ROBINSON	                   $67	 $5	       $10	                         $82     	             STAFF	                         $67	            $5	      $0	        $72
                 	            KARATE/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT                                                                     $50	fee	to	Oregon	City	Pool.	At	Oregon	City.
                 	            PE-185-045	 176577	 R104A	   MWF	 10-10:50AM                                     ✔	           PE-185-058	     176590	 CANPOOL	 MWF	           12-12:50PM
                 	             ROBINSON	                   $67	 $5	       $10	                         $82     	             STAFF	                          $67	           $5	      $0	        $72
                                                                                                                             $50	fee	to	Canby	Swim	Center.	At	Canby.
                 	            KARATE/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                               	            SWIM/WATER	EXERCISE,	1	CREDIT
                 	            PE-185-046	 176578	 R104A	   MWF	 10-10:50AM
                                                                                                               ✔	           PE-185-059	 176591	 CANPOOL	 MWF	 8-8:50AM
                 	             ROBINSON	                   $67	 $5	       $10	                         $82
                                                                                                               	             STAFF	                      $67	 $5	      $0	                      $72
                 	            PILATES	I,	1	CREDIT                                                                            $50	fee	to	Canby	Swim	Center.	At	Canby.
                 	            PE-185-003	 176538	 R208	    MW	  12-1:20PM                                      ✔	           PE-185-060	     176592	 POOL	         MWF	      8-8:50AM
                 	             ARZT	                       $67	 $5	       $10	                         $82     	             STAFF	                               $67	      $5	      $0	        $72
                 	            RACqUETBALL/ADVANCED,	1	CREDIT                                                                 $50	fee	to	Oregon	City	Pool.	At	Oregon	City.
                 ✔	           PE-185-047	 176579	 ESCMCRT	 MW	  10:30-11:50AM                                  	            TAI	CHI/ADVANCED,	1	CREDIT
                 	             WOODS	                      $67	 $5	       $0	                          $72     	            PE-185-062	 176594	 R208	 TTH	 9-10:20AM
                               $39	fee	to	Eastside	Athletic	Club.	At	Milwaukie.                                	             HANCOCK	                 $67	 $5	       $10	                       $82
                 	            RACqUETBALL/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT                                               	            TAI	CHI/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
                 ✔	           PE-185-043	 176575	 ESCMCRT	 MW	  10:30-11:50AM                                  	            PE-185-061	 176593	 R208	 TTH	 9-10:20AM
                 	             WOODS	                      $67	 $5	       $0	                          $72     	             HANCOCK	                 $67	 $5	       $10	                       $82
                               $39	fee	to	Eastside	Athletic	Club.	At	Milwaukie.
                                                                                                               	            TENNIS/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT
                 	            ROCK	CLIMBING/ADVANCED,	1	CREDIT                                                 	            PE-185-063	 176595	 R220	 TTH	 9-10:20AM
                 	            PE-185-048	 177422	 R219	 TH	  6-8:50PM                                          	             FISKUM	                  $67	 $5	       $10	                       $82
                 	             KENDALL	                 $67	 $5	      $10	                             $82
                                                                                                               	            TENNIS/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
                 	            ROCK	CLIMBING/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT                                             	            PE-185-064	 176596	 R220	 TTH	 9-10:20AM
                 	            PE-185-049	 176581	 R219	 TH	  6-8:50PM                                          	             FISKUM	                  $67	 $5	       $10	                       $82
                 	             KENDALL	                 $67	 $5	      $10	                             $82
                                                                                                               	            VOLLEYBALL	CONDITIONING/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT
                 	            SCUBA	DIVING,	1	CREDIT                                                           	            PE-185-070	 176601	 R104	 TTH	 10:30-11:50AM
                 	            PE-185-095	 176613	 R220	 TH	  6-9:50PM                                          	             WOODS	                   $67	 $5	       $25	                       $97
                 	             STAFF	                   $67	 $5	      $0	                              $72                   Required:	Instructor	consent.
                               $265	fee	payable	to	Steve’s	Scuba	first	night	of	class.
                                                                                                               	            VOLLEYBALL	CONDITIONING/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
                 	            SELF	DEFENSE,	1	CREDIT                                                           	            PE-185-071	 176602	 R104	 TTH	 10:30-11:50AM
                 	            PE-185-057	 178602	 R104A	 MWF	   1-1:50PM                                       	             WOODS	                   $67	 $5	       $25	 $97
                 	             ROBINSON	                 $67	   $5	      $10	                          $82                   Required:	Instructor	consent.
                 	            SOCCER	CONDITIONING/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT                                       	            VOLLEYBALL/ADVANCED,	1	CREDIT
                 	            PE-185-037	 176569	 RSOC1	 MTWTH	 1-2:20PM                                       	            PE-185-068	 176599	 R104	   TTH	 9-10:20AM
                 	             NELSON	                   $67	   $5	      $25	                          $97     	             DIEHL	                     $67	 $5	       $10	                     $82
                               Meets:	5/4	-	6/4.	Required:	Instructor	consent.
                                                                                                               	            VOLLEYBALL/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
                 	            SOCCER	CONDITIONING/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT                                          	            PE-185-069	 176600	 R104	   TTH	 9-10:20AM
                 	            PE-185-029	 176562	 RSOC1	 MTWTH	 1-2:20PM                                       	             DIEHL	                     $67	 $5	       $10	                     $82
                 	             NELSON	                   $67	   $5	      $25	                          $97
                               Meets:	5/4	-	6/4.	Required:	Instructor	consent.                                 	            WALK/JOG	FITNESS,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                               	            PE-185-072	 176603	 RTRACK	 MWF	 12-12:50PM
                 	            SOCCER/ADVANCED,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                               	             BUEL	                      $67	 $5	       $10	                     $82
                 	            PE-185-051	 176583	 RSOC1	 TTH	 10:30-11:50AM
                 	             DIEBEL	                   $67	 $5	       $10	                           $82     	            WEIGHT	CIRCUIT/AEROBIC	III,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                               	            PE-185-086	 176608	 R014	   TTH	 10:30-11:50AM
                 	            SOCCER/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                               	             BUEL	                      $67	 $5	       $10	                     $82
                 	            PE-185-052	 176584	 RSOC1	 TTH	 10:30-11:50AM
                 	             DIEBEL	                   $67	 $5	       $10	                           $82     	            WEIGHT	TRAINING/ADVANCED,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                               	            PE-185-088	 176609	 R014	   TTH	 9-10:20AM
                 	            SOCCER/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                               	             STEEN	                     $67	 $5	       $10	                     $82
                 	            PE-185-053	 176585	 RSOC1	 TTH	 10:30-11:50AM
                                                                                                               	            PE-185-012	 176547	 R014	   MWF	 1-1:50PM
                 	             DIEBEL	                   $67	 $5	       $10	                           $82
                                                                                                               	             RHODEN	                    $67	 $5	       $10	                     $82
                 	            SPEED/qUICKNESS	&	AGILITY	TRAINING,	1	CREDIT
                 	            PE-185-038	 178594	 R104	  MWF	 10-10:50AM
                 	             MCHONE	                   $67	 $5	       $10	                           $82

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.          HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                    course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                   TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                          department first class
                      see page 14.

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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


	            WEIGHT	TRAINING/BEGINNING,	1	CREDIT                                           PS-280	      POLITICAL	SCIENCE/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
	            PE-185-065	 176597	 R014	   MWF	  8-8:50AM                                    Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of




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	             STEEN	                     $67	  $5	       $10	                       $82    political science.
	            PE-185-089	 176610	 R014	   TTH	  5:30-6:50PM                                 	            PS-280-01	      175410	 JOBSITE	
	             STEEN	                     $67	  $5	       $10	                       $82    	             KEELER	                            $402	        $30	   $15	       $447V
                                                                                                         Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.
	            WEIGHT	TRAINING/INTERMEDIATE,	1	CREDIT
	            PE-185-073	 176604	 R014	   TTH	  9-10:20AM
	             STEEN	                     $67	  $5	       $10	                       $82    Psychology
	            PE-185-050	 178611	 R014	   MWF	  10-10:50AM                                  PSY-101	     HUMAN	RELATIONS,	3	CREDITS
	             RHODEN	                    $67	  $5	       $10	                       $82    Introduction to interpersonal relationships and human relations in
	            PE-185-011	 176546	 R014	   MWF	  1-1:50PM                                    a social context. Includes individual and group activities, lecture and
	             RHODEN	                    $67	  $5	       $10	                       $82    discussions, with an emphasis on student participation.
	            PE-185-090	 176611	 R014	   TTH	  5:30-6:50PM                                 ✔	        PSY-101-01	 175411	 OIT157	 MW	      8-9:20AM
	             STEEN	                     $67	  $5	       $10	                       $82    	          VELEZ	                     $201	    $15	      $0	    $216
	            WRESTLING/FREESTYLE,	1	CREDIT                                                            Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC
	            PE-185-028	 178604	 R104A	  MWF	  3-4:50PM                                               Harmony Campus.
	             RHODEN	                    $67	  $5	       $10	                       $82    	         PSY-101-02	 175412	 M201	   TTH	     8-9:20AM
                                                                                           	          KISER	                     $201	    $15	      $0	    $216
	            YOGA	III,	1	CREDIT
                                                                                                      Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
	            PE-185-093	 176612	 R208	   MW	   10-11:20AM
                                                                                           ✔	        PSY-101-03	 175413	 OIT155	 S	       9-3:20PM
	             HANCOCK	                   $67	  $5	       $10	                       $82
                                                                                           	          WALTER	                    $201	    $15	      $0	    $216
	            PE-185-066	 176598	 R208	   TTH	  5:30-6:50PM                                            Meets: 4/4-5/2. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in
	             HANCOCK	                   $67	  $5	       $10	                       $82               RD-115. At CCC Harmony Campus.
PE-270	      SPORT	&	EXERCISE	PSYCHOLOGY,	3	CREDITS                                        	         PSY-101-04	 175414	 TBA	    TTH	     10-11:20AM
   	         PE-270-01	  178606	 ONLINE	                                                   	          KISER	                     $201	    $15	      $0	    $216
	             MCHONE	                    $201	 $15	      $35	                      $251               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Contact	KeoniM@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-          	         PSY-101-05	 175415	 M202	   MWF	     12:45-1:35PM
              6958	x	2168.	Order	textbook,	“Foundations	of	Sport	and	Exercise	Psychol-     	          WALTER	                    $201	    $15	      $0	    $216
              ogy,	4th	Ed.”	by	Weinberg	&	Gould	from	Clackamas	Bookstore	at	503-657-                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              6958	x	2248.                                                                 	         PSY-101-06	 175416	 M202	   TTH	     1-2:20PM
PE-280	      PHYSICAL	EDUCATION/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                          	          KISER	                     $201	    $15	      $0	    $216
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                     Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
physical education.                                                                        	         PSY-101-07	 175417	 M258	   MW	      2-3:20PM
	            PE-280-01	      176621	 R101	                                                 	          MANCINELLI-FRANCONI	       $201	    $15	      $0	    $216
	             WOODS	                             $402	      $30	       $15	       $447V               Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
              Required:	Instructor	consent.                                                ✔	        PSY-101-08	 175418	 OIT191	 M	       6-8:50PM
PE-294	      BASEBALL	SKILLS	&	STRATEGIES,	1	CREDIT                                        	          SALITORE	                  $201	    $15	      $0	    $216
                                                                                                      Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC
	            PE-294-01	 178613	 RBBALL	 MW	   3-4:50PM                                                Harmony Campus.
	             ROBINSON	                 $67	  $5	      $10	                         $82
                                                                                           	         PSY-101-09	 175419	 M202	   T	       6-8:50PM
PE-294	      SOFTBALL	SKILLS	&	STRATEGIES,	1	CREDIT                                        	          MALLATT	                   $201	    $15	      $0	    $216
	            PE-294-02	 178614	 RSB1	   MWF	  2-3:50PM                                                Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
	             BUEL	                     $67	  $5	      $10	                         $82    ✔	        PSY-101-15	 175420	 W111	   M	       6-8:50PM
PE-294	      TRACK	SKILLS	&	STRATEGIES,	1	CREDIT                                           	          RANDALL	                   $0	      $0	       $216	  $216
                                                                                                      Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC
	            PE-294-04	 178616	 RTRACK	 MWF	  2-3:50PM                                                Wilsonville Campus.
	             MCHONE	                   $67	  $5	      $10	                         $82
                                                                                           PSY-101S	 HUMAN	RELATIONS,	SPANISH,	3	CREDITS
PE-294A	     PHILOSOPHY	OF	COACHING,	2	CREDITS                                             Introducción a las relaciones interpersonales y a las relaciones hu-
This course is designed to enhance the leadership, teaching, and                           manas en un contexto social. Incluye las actividades del individuo
management skills of coaches as they relate to interaction with ath-                       y del grupo, conferencia y discusiones, con un énfasis en la par-
letes at all levels. Group discussions and seminar sessions relating to                    ticipación del estudiante. Atención: Ensenado en español. Se Re-
coaching philosophies, ethics, practice planning, motivation, and                          comienda: Haber pasado RD-090 o la prueba de nivel calificándose
dealing with parents, peers, and assistants.                                               para ingresar en RD-115.
	            PE-294A-01	 176622	 R220	           MWF	       12-12:50PM                     Introduction to interpersonal relationships and human relations in
	             FISKUM	                            $134	      $10	     $0	           $144    a social context. Includes individual and group activities, lecture and
                                                                                           discussions, with an emphasis on student participation.
Political Science                                                                          ESPAñOL	
                                                                                           	
                                                                                                        PSY-101S-01	 177919	 M258	
                                                                                                         MANCINELLI-FRANCONI	
                                                                                                                                      MWF	
                                                                                                                                      $201	
                                                                                                                                            1-1:50PM
                                                                                                                                            $15	      $0	      $216
PS-204	      INTRODUCTION	TO	COMPARATIVE	POLITICS,	4	CREDITS                                             Note: Taught in Spanish. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or place-
Explores the various ideologies, institutions, and processes that con-                                   ment in RD-115.
stitute the nation-states that make up the world political system.
                                                                                           PSY-110	     PSYCHOLOGY:	AN	OVERVIEW,	4	CREDITS
	            PS-204-01	      177911	 M249	       MWF	       11:30-12:35PM                  A general introduction to the field of psychology. Explores a wide
	             MITCHELL	                          $268	      $20	      $0	          $288    variety of topics.
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                                                                                                	       PSY-110-01	 177920	 ONLINE	
                                                                                           	             FORD	                          $268	    $20	      $35	   $323
                                                                                                         Distance Learning: Online. Orientation: dl.clackamas.edu
                                                                                                         Contact: lorenf@clackamas.edu or 503-657-6958 x2344.
                                                                                                         Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement 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


                 Psychoogy, continued                                                                       PSY-231	     INTRODUCTION	TO	HUMAN	SEXUALITY,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                                            Introduction to research and theories of human sexual behavior,
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                 PSY-200	         PSYCHOLOGY	AS	A	NATURAL	SCIENCE,	4	CREDITS                                including sexual relationships, communication and intimacy, sex
                 Introduction to physiological psychology, the study of how the ner-                        roles, the development of gender, social trends regarding sexuality,
                 vous system produces behavior and cognition. Further topics may                            and the biology of sexuality and conception.
                 include consciousness, sleep, memory, emotion, and language.                               	            PSY-231-01	 175439	 M201	  TTH	    1-2:50PM
                 	                PSY-200-01	 175427	 M201	  MWF	    12:45-1:50PM                           	             LEWIS	                    $268	   $20	      $35	 $323
                 	                 BENNETT	                  $268	   $20	      $0	                  $288                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                         PSY-240	     INTERPERSONAL	AWARENESS	&	GROWTH,	4	CREDITS
                 PSY-205	         PSYCHOLOGY	AS	A	SOCIAL	SCIENCE,	4	CREDITS                                 Examines the dynamics of personality and explores techniques for
                 Principles of conditioning and social psychology, the study of how                         overcoming self-defeating behaviors. Develops methods for making
                 groups affect the individual. Further topics may include motivation,                       personal changes.
                 personality, development, and stress.                                                      	            PSY-240-01	 175440	 M202	   TTH	   8-9:50AM
                 	                PSY-205-01	 175429	 M256	  TTH	    10-11:50AM                             	             FORD	                      $268	  $20	      $0	      $288
                 	                 GROSSMANN	                $268	   $20	      $0	                  $288                  Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                         ✔	           PSY-240-02	 177922	 OIT191	 W	     6-9:50PM
                 	                PSY-205-02	 175430	 M201	  MWF	    10:15-11:20AM                          	             SALITORE	                  $268	  $20	      $0	      $288
                                                                                                                          Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115. At CCC
                 	                 GROSSMANN	                $268	   $20	      $0	                  $288                  Harmony Campus.
                                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.
                                                                                                            PSY-280	     PSYCHOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 PSY-214	         INTRODUCTION	TO	PERSONALITY,	4	CREDITS                                    Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of
                 Explores the major theories about personality and personality assess-                      psychology.
                 ment. Each of the major theories is examined for its contribution as
                                                                                                            	            PSY-280-01	 175441	 JOBSITE	
                 well as its limitations in explaining the development or organization
                                                                                                            	             GROSSMANN	                     $402	  $30	               $15	       $447V
                 of personality.
                                                                                                                          Required: Instructor consent & a CWE seminar.
                 	                PSY-214-01	 177921	 M256	  MWF	    11:30-12:35PM
                 	                 GROSSMANN	                $268	   $20	      $0	  $288
                                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                         Real Estate
                 PSY-215	         INTRODUCTION	TO	DEVELOPMENTAL	PSYCHOLOGY,		                               RE-238	      REAL	ESTATE	APPRAISAL	III,	3	CREDITS
                 	                4	CREDITS                                                                 Course offers a basic understanding and knowledge of the resi-
                 Research and theories regarding the development of the individual                          dential sales comparison and income approaches to appraisal. It
                 from conception to death, including physical, social, and cognitive                        includes the valuation principles and procedures applicable to both
                 changes.                                                                                   approaches.
                 ✔	               PSY-215-01	 175432	 OIT191	 S	       9-5:50PM                             	            RE-238-01	      174608	 M252	         T	        6:30-9:20PM
                 	                 BENNETT	                   $268	    $20	     $0	     $288                	             WERNER	                              $201	     $15	      $0	         $216
                                   Meets: 4/4-5/2. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in                               Prerequisite:	Pass	RE-228	or	instructor	consent.
                                   RD-115. At CCC Harmony Campus.
                 ✔	
                 	
                                  PSY-215-02	 175434	 OIT191	 TTH	
                                   BENNETT	                   $268	
                                                                       6-9:50PM
                                                                       $20	     $0	     $288                Reading
                                   Meets: 5/5-6/4. Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in                 RD-080	      BASIC	READING	SKILLS,	1-3V	CREDITS
                                   RD-115. At CCC Harmony Campus.                                           Identifies individual reading strengths/weaknesses. Emphasizes basic
                 PSY-219	         INTRODUCTION	TO	ABNORMAL	PSYCHOLOGY,	4	CREDITS                            reading skills in vocabulary, main idea, supporting detail, inferences,
                 Introduction to abnormal psychology including disorders and ap-                            comprehension.
                 proaches to treatment.                                                                     	            RD-080-01	      176331	 D135	         MWF	      10-10:50AM
                 	                PSY-219-01	 175435	 M201	        TTH	     10-11:50AM                      	             STAFF	                               $201	     $15	     $15	        $231V
                 	                  LEWIS	                         $268	    $20	      $0	     $288                        Prerequisite:	Placement	in	RD-080.
                                    Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                        RD-090	      INTERMEDIATE	READING	SKILLS,	3	CREDITS
                      	           PSY-219-02	 175436	 M201	        T	       6-6:50PM                        Introduces and reinforces skills for success in entry-level college
                 	                	              	       M201	     T	       6-7:50PM                        classes. Emphasizes vocabulary building, comprehension, reading
                 	                  LEWIS	                         $268	    $20	      $35	    $323          strategies, critical thinking.
                                    Distance Learning: Telecourse. Orientation: 3/31, 6 p.m.,               	            RD-090-01	      176334	 D135	         TTH	      9-10:20AM
                                    M201. Midterm: 5/5, 6 p.m., M201. Final: 6/9, 6 p.m., M201.
                                    Contact: ericl@clackamas.edu or 503-657-6958 x2251.                     	             BAKER	                               $201	     $15	     $15	         $231
                                    Students must attend all meeting dates. Recommended: Pass                             Prerequisite:	Pass	RD-080	or	placement	in	RD-090.
                                    RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                                          	            RD-090-02	      176336	 D135	         MWF	      11-11:50AM
                 PSY-221	         INTRODUCTION	TO	COUNSELING,	4	CREDITS                                     	             BAKER	                               $201	     $15	     $15	         $231
                                                                                                                          Prerequisite:	Pass	RD-080	or	placement	in	RD-090.
                 Provides an overview of the theoretical background for different ap-
                 proaches to counseling.                                                                    	            RD-090-03	      176337	 D135	         MWF	      1-1:50PM
                 	                PSY-221-01	 175437	 M202	  TTH	    10-11:50AM                             	             STAFF	                               $201	     $15	     $15	         $231
                                                                                                                          Prerequisite:	Pass	RD-080	or	placement	in	RD-090.
                 	                 FORD	                     $268	   $20	      $0	                  $288
                                   Recommended: Pass RD-090 or placement in RD-115.                         RD-115	      COLLEGE	READING,	3	CREDITS
                                                                                                            Emphasizes textbook comprehension, critical reading and thinking,
                                                                                                            vocabulary, and speed techniques for college-level reading.
                                                                                                            	            RD-115-01	      176340	 D135	         MWF	      12-12:50PM
                                                                                                            	             BAKER	                               $201	     $15	     $15	         $231
                                                                                                                          Prerequisite:	Pass	RD-090	or	Placement	in	RD-115.



                 ✔	       Harmony or Wilsonville              Telecourses–see page 15.    HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                          campus, other off campus                                             course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                          location                            Distance Learning:
                                                              Correspondence-             TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 140.
                          Distance Learning: Online-          see page 15.                    department first class
                          see page 14.

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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



Religious Studies                                                                           BI-102	      GENERAL	BIOLOGY,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                            A laboratory course for non-science majors emphasizing an evolu-




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R-101	       COMPARATIVE	RELIGIONS,	4	CREDITS                                               tionary approach to animal systems.
The nature of myth and story; ancient religions, ideas of God, Juda-                        	            BI-102-01	      174262	 DJ181	         MW	       11-1:50PM
ism, and introduction to religious topics                                                   	             SCHULZ	                               $268	     $20	     $35	        $323
	            R-101-01	       175442	 M249	        MWF	        10:15-11:20AM                               Prerequisite:	Pass	BI-101	or	BI-112.	Lab	included.
	             TOEBBEN	                            $268	       $20	      $0	         $288    	            BI-102-02	      174263	 DJ181	         TTH	      11-1:50PM
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.                              	             MAYER	                                $268	     $20	     $35	        $323
                                                                                                          Prerequisite:	Pass	BI-101	or	BI-112.	Lab	included.
R-102	       COMPARATIVE	RELIGIONS,	4	CREDITS
Covers written and oral sources, Christianity, Islam, and includes                          	            BI-102-20	      174265	 DJ181	         TTH	      6-8:50PM
the history and philosophy of other Western religious develop-                              	             OSTLUND	                              $268	     $20	     $35	        $323
                                                                                                          Prerequisite:	Pass	BI-101	or	BI-112.	Lab	included.
ments.
	            R-102-01	       175443	 M249	        MWF	        12:45-1:50PM                      	        BI-102-30	   174266	 ONLINE	           TBA	      TBA
	             TOEBBEN	                            $268	       $20	      $0	         $288    	             STRICKLAND	                           $268	     $20	       $70	      $358
                                                                                                          Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	chriss@
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
                                                                                                          clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2207.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BI-101	or	
R-204	       HISTORY	OF	CHRISTIANITY,	4	CREDITS                                                           BI-112.	Labs	are	completed	at	home	using	a	kit	available	from	the	CCC	
Covers early Christianity, the Apostles, and the development of the                                       Bookstore.
New Testament. Also covers post-apostolic Christianity, develop-                            BI-103	      GENERAL	BIOLOGY,	4	CREDITS
ments through the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Reformation, and the                            A laboratory course for non-science majors emphasizing an evolu-
Modern Age.                                                                                 tionary approach to plants and ecosystems.
✔	           R-204-01	   175445	 H310	            T	          6-9:50PM                      	            BI-103-01	   178478	 P141	             MW	       11-1:50PM
	             O’CONNELL-ROUSSELL	                 $268	       $20	     $0	          $288
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.	At	CCC	Harmony	
                                                                                            	             STRICKLAND	                           $268	     $20	     $35	        $323
              Campus.                                                                                     Prerequisite:	Pass	BI-102.	Lab	included.
                                                                                            	            BI-103-02	      178479	 P141	          TTH	      2-4:50PM
R-210	       WORLD	RELIGIONS,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                            	             SCHULZ	                               $268	     $20	     $35	        $323
An overview that examines Eastern/Western religions and philoso-                                          Prerequisite:	Pass	BI-102.	Lab	included.
phies through film, text, and/or online presentations. Introduces
Hinduism, Buddhism, Chinese religions, Christianity, Judaism, and                           	            BI-103-20	      178480	 P141	          MW	       6-8:50PM
                                                                                            	             JONES	                                $268	     $20	     $35	        $323
Islam.                                                                                                    Prerequisite:	BI-102.	Lab	included.
     	       R-210-01	       177923	 ONLINE	                                                    	        BI-103-30	      178482	 ONLINE	        TBA	      TBA
	             TOEBBEN	                            $268	       $20	      $35	        $323    	             CHRISTIE	                             $268	     $20	       $70	      $358
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	bradt@                    Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	jonc@
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5044.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	                           clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2927.	Prerequisite:	Pass	BI-102.	Labs	are	
              placement	in	RD-115.                                                                        completed	at	home	using	a	kit	available	from	the	CCC	Bookstore.
R-214	       THE	HISTORICAL	JESUS,	4	CREDITS                                                BI-112	      GEN.	BIOLOGY/HEALTH	SCIENCE,	4	CREDITS
An examination of the “Quest for the Historical Jesus” from Albert                          One term preparatory biology lab course for students who want to
Schweitzer through contemporary scholarship.                                                take Anatomy & Physiology and/or Microbiology. Cellular aspects of
	            R-214-01	       178624	 M249	        TTH	        10-11:50AM                    biology including genetics and organ systems.
	             TOEBBEN	                            $268	       $20	     $0	          $288    	            BI-112-01	      174267	 P164	          MW	       9-10:20AM
              Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.                              	             KELSEY	                               $268	     $20	     $35	        $323
R-280	       RELIGION/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                                   Recommended:	Pass	MTH-060	or	placement	in	MTH-065;	pass	RD-090	or	
Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                         placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	Corequisites:	
religion.                                                                                                 One	BI-112L	lab;	CH-112	strongly	recommended.
	            R-280-01	       175448	 JOBSITE	                                               	            BI-112-02	      174268	 P103	          TTH	      12:30-1:50PM
	             TOEBBEN	                            $402	       $30	      $15	       $447V    	             KELSEY	                               $268	     $20	      $35	       $323
              Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                               Recommended:	Pass	MTH-060	or	placement	in	MTH-065;	pass	RD-090	or	
                                                                                                          placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	Corequisites:	

Renewable Energy Technology                                                                 	
                                                                                                          One	BI-112L	lab;	CH-112	strongly	recommended.
                                                                                                         BI-112-20	      174269	 P102	          MW	       6-7:20PM
RET-200	     RENEWABLE	ENERGY	SYSTEMS,	4	CREDITS                                            	             OSTLUND	                              $268	     $20	     $35	        $323
This course provides a survey of various renewable energy systems.                                        Recommended:	Pass	MTH-060	or	placement	in	MTH-065;	pass	RD-090	or
Participants will learn about the benefits and limitations of each                                        placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	Corequisite:
                                                                                                          BI-112L-20;	CH-112	strongly	recommended.
type of energy source as well as their functional principles. Students
will participate in several field learning exercises related to energy                      BI-112L	     GEN	BIOLOGY/HEALTH	SCIENCE	LAB,	0	CREDIT
systems.                                                                                    	            BI-112L-01	 174270	 P142	 T	  2-4:50PM
NEW	         RET-200-01	 178650	 P102	            TTH	        2-3:50PM                      	             OSTLUND	                 $0	 $0	       $0	                              $0
	             ANDERSON	                           $268	       $20	     $60	         $348    	            BI-112L-02	 174271	 P142	 W	  2-4:50PM
                                                                                            	             OSTLUND	                 $0	 $0	       $0	                              $0
Science: Biology                                                                            	
                                                                                            	
                                                                                                         BI-112L-20	 178524	 P142	
                                                                                                          OSTLUND	
                                                                                                                                   MW	
                                                                                                                                   $0	
                                                                                                                                       7:30-8:50PM
                                                                                                                                       $0	       $0	                              $0
Biology 101, 102 & 103 are for liberal arts majors.                                         BI-160	      BIRD	ID	&	TAXONOMY,	3	CREDITS
BI-101	      GENERAL	BIOLOGY,	4	CREDITS                                                     Bird identification, classification, and behavior. Identification tech-
A laboratory course for non-science majors emphasizing an evolu-                            niques applied to birds through lectures, slide presentations, and
tionary approach to cellular biology, genetics, and natural selection.                      field trips to Malheur, Willamette Valley, Oregon Cascades, Sauvie
     	       BI-101-30	      174261	 ONLINE	      TBA	        TBA                           Island, and Oregon Coast wildlife refuges.
	             CHRISTIE	                           $268	       $20	      $70	        $358    	            BI-160-20	      178484	 P101	          W	        6:30-9:20PM
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	jonc@       	             BOWN	                                 $201	     $15	      $35	       $251
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2927.	Recommended:	Pass	MTH-060	or	
              placement	in	MTH-065;	pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	
              or	placement	in	WR-121.	Labs	are	completed	at	home	using	a	kit	available	
              from	the	CCC	Bookstore.
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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


                 Science: Biology, continued                                                                    	            BI-232-02	      174284	 DJ191	        MW	        1-2:20PM
                                                                                                                	             KOP	                                 $268	      $20	     $35	           $323
Course Listing




                 BI-160L	     BIRD	IDENTIFICATION	LAB,	1	CREDIT                                                               Prerequisite:	Pass	BI-231	with	a	“C”	or	better.	Corequisite:	One	BI-232L	lab.
                 A lab to accompany the BI-160 lecture. Focuses on field identifica-                            	            BI-232-20	  174288	 DJ191	            TTH	       6:30-7:50PM
                 tion of common Oregon birds by sight, sound, and habitat.                                      	             PATTERSON	                           $268	      $20	      $35	          $323
                 	            BI-160L-01	     178556	 FIELD	         TBA	      TBA                                            Prerequisites:	Pass	BI-231	with	a	“C”	or	better.	Corequisite:	BI-232L-20.
                 	             BOWN	                                 $67	      $5	          $0	         $72     BI-232L	     ANATOMY	AND	PHYSIOLOGY	LAB,	0	CREDIT
                               Required:	2	mandatory	field	trips.	Corequisite:	BI-160-20.                       	            BI-232L-01	 174289	 P151	 TH	  11-1:50PM
                 BI-163	      MALHEUR	FIELD	TRIP,	1	CREDIT                                                      	             WATSON	                  $0	  $0	       $0	                                  $0
                 Study of plants, animals, geology, and history of High Desert Coun-                            	            BI-232L-02	 174290	 P151	 W	   3:30-6:20PM
                 try at Malheur Environmental Field Station in southeast Oregon.                                	             WATSON	                  $0	  $0	       $0	                                  $0
                 ✔	           BI-163-01	      178489	 MFSCLS	 THFSSU	 TBA                                       	            BI-232L-20	 178526	 P151	 TTH	 8-9:20PM
                 	             BOWN	                          $67	    $5	                   $175	      $247     	             PATTERSON	               $0	  $0	       $0	                                  $0
                               Meets:	5/14-5/17.	Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Malheur	Field	Station.        BI-233	      HUMAN	ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY	III,	4	CREDITS
                 BI-165D	     NATURAL	HISTORY	OF	SW	DESERTS,	4	CREDITS                                          A lab course covering neuroendocrine control, digestive, excretory,
                 A lab course studying plants, animals, geology, and environmental                              and reproductive systems. Study of fluid, electrolyte, and acid base
                 issues of the Great Basin Region and Death Valley National Park.                               balance. Animal organ dissection required.
                 On-site study. A nine-day trip through the Southwestern United                                 	            BI-233-01	      174293	 DJ191	        MW	        9-10:20AM
                 States desert regions.                                                                         	             ESPINO	                              $268	      $20	     $35	           $323
                 ✔	           BI-165D-01	     178496	 DVCLS	         MTWTHFSSU		TBA                                           Prerequisite:	Pass	BI-232	with	a	“C”	or	better.	Corequisite:	One	BI-233L.
                 	             BOWN	                                 $268	 $20	     $300	              $588     	            BI-233-02	      178500	 DJ191	        MW	        11-12:20PM
                               Meets:	3/19-3/28.	Required:	Instructor	consent.	At	Death	Valley,	California.     	             ESPINO	                              $268	      $20	     $35	           $323
                 BI-213	      BIOLOGY	(SCIENCE	MAJORS),	5	CREDITS                                                             Prerequisites:	Pass	BI-232	with	a	“C”	or	better.	Corequisite:	One	BI-233L	
                 A lab course for biology majors and pre-professional students. An                                            lab.
                 evolutionary and ecological approach to kingdoms, plant structure,                             	            BI-233-03	      178559	 DJ191	        TTH	       11-12:20PM
                 systems and metabolism; ecosystems.                                                            	             ESPINO	                              $268	      $20	     $35	           $323
                 	            BI-213-01	      178497	 P102	          MW	       8-9:50AM                                       Prerequisites:	Pass	BI-232	with	a	“C”	or	better.	Corequisite:	One	BI-233L	
                                                                                                                              lab.
                 	             MAYER	                                $335	     $25	     $35	           $395
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	BI-212.	Corequisites:	CH-106	or	CH-223.	Seminar	in-           	            BI-233-04	      178560	 DJ191	        S	         9-11:50AM
                               cluded.                                                                          	             WATSON	                              $268	      $20	     $35	           $323
                                                                                                                              Prerequisites:	Pass	BI-232	with	a	“C”	or	better.	Corequisite:	BI-233L-04.
                 BI-213L	     BIOLOGY	LAB,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                                                	            BI-233-20	      178507	 DJ191	        MW	        6:30-7:50PM
                 	            BI-213L-01	 178499	 DJ181	 TH	 2-4:50PM                                           	             KOP	                                 $268	      $20	      $35	          $323
                 	             PATTERSON	                $0	 $0	      $0	                                  $0                 Prerequisites:	Pass	BI-232	with	a	“C”	or	better.	Corequisite:	BI-233L-20.
                 BI-231	      HUMAN	ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY	I,	4	CREDITS                                             BI-233L	     ANATOMY	AND	PHYSIOLOGY	LAB,	0	CREDIT
                 A lab course designed for students entering physical education or                              	            BI-233L-01	 174294	 P151	 T	  8-10:50AM
                 medically related fields. Includes body organization, terminology,                             	             KELSEY	                  $0	 $0	      $0	                                    $0
                 tissues, and a study of the integumentary, skeletal, and nervous sys-                          	            BI-233L-02	 178510	 P151	 M	  1-3:50PM
                 tems. Animal organ dissection required.                                                        	             ESPINO	                  $0	 $0	      $0	                                    $0
                 	            BI-231-01	      174278	 DJ191	         MW	       2:30-3:50PM                      	            BI-233L-03	 178511	 P151	 TH	 8-10:50AM
                 	             KOP	                                  $268	     $20	      $35	          $323     	             WATSON	                  $0	 $0	      $0	                                    $0
                               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	             	            BI-233L-04	 178561	 P151	 S	  1-3:50PM
                               or	placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisites:	Pass	BI-112	(recommended),	or	            	             WATSON	                  $0	 $0	      $0	                                    $0
                               pass	BI-101	&	BI-102,	or	pass	BI-211.	Pass	CH-112	(recommended),	or	             	            BI-233L-20	 178508	 P151	 MW	 8-9:20PM
                               pass	CH-104	&	CH-105,	or	pass	CH-221	&	CH-222.	Corequisite:	One	                 	             KOP	                     $0	 $0	      $0	                                    $0
                               BI-231L	lab.                                                                     BI-234	      INTRODUCTORY	MICROBIOLOGY,	4	CREDITS
                 	            BI-231-02	      174279	 DJ191	         TTH	      1:30-2:50PM                      A lab course for health science and science majors. Includes charac-
                 	             KOP	                                  $268	     $20	      $35	          $323     teristics, physiology and growth requirements of microorganisms,
                               Recommended:	Pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	placement	in	                  interactions between humans and microorganisms, immunology,
                               MTH-105	or	MTH-111;	pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	             infection, and principles of microbial control.
                               or	placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisites:	Pass	BI-112	(recommended),	or	            	            BI-234-01	   174295	 DJ190	           TTH	       12-2:50PM
                               pass	BI-101	&	BI-102,	or	pass	BI-211.	Pass	CH-112	(recommended),	or	
                                                                                                                	             STRICKLAND	                          $268	      $20	     $35	           $323
                               pass	CH-104	&	CH-105,	or	pass	CH-221	&	CH-222.	Corequisite:	One	
                                                                                                                              Prerequisite:	Pass	BI-101,	BI-112	or	BI-211	and	pass	CH-104,	CH-112	or	
                               BI-231L	lab.
                                                                                                                              CH-221.	Lab	included.
                 BI-231L	     ANATOMY	AND	PHYSIOLOGY	LAB,	0	CREDIT                                                  	        BI-234-30	      174296	 ONLINE	       TBA	       TBA
                 	            BI-231L-01	 174281	 P151	 T	  3-5:50PM                                            	             KAPILA	                              $268	      $20	        $181	       $469
                 	             PATTERSON	               $0	 $0	      $0	                                   $0                 Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	akapila@
                 	            BI-231L-02	 174282	 P151	 TH	 3-5:50PM                                                          clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2029.	Prerequisites:	Pass	BI-101,	BI-112	
                 	             WATSON	                  $0	 $0	      $0	                                   $0                 or	BI-211	and	pass	CH-104,	CH-112	or	CH-221.	Labs	are	completed	at	
                                                                                                                              home	using	a	kit	available	from	the	Science	Department.
                 BI-232	      HUMAN	ANATOMY/PHYSIOLOGY	II,	4	CREDITS
                 A lab course covering structure and function of the muscular, cardio-                          BI-280	      BIOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS
                 vascular, lymphatic, and respiratory systems. Animal organ dissec-                             Cooperative work experience. Provides students with on-the-job
                 tion required.                                                                                 work experience in the field of biology.
                 	            BI-232-01	      174283	 DJ191	         TTH	      9-10:20AM                        	            BI-280-01	      174297	 JOBSITE	 TBA	            TBA
                 	             KOP	                                  $268	     $20	     $35	           $323     	             SCHULZ	                         $402	           $30	        $15	       $447V
                               Prerequisite:	Pass	BI-231	with	a	“C”	or	better.	Corequisite:	One	BI-232L	lab.                  Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	Seminar.

                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.          HYB Classroom/online             V   Variable credit class: total        ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                    course-see page 15.             cost reflects maximum               Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                   TBA To be arranged: contact      NEW New class                           See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                          department first class
                      see page 14.

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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                                                                          	
                                                                                            	
                                                                                                         CH-112-02	
                                                                                                          COTTER	
                                                                                                                         174790	 P103	        TTH	
                                                                                                                                              $268	
                                                                                                                                                        9-10:20AM
                                                                                                                                                        $20	     $30	         $318




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Introductory Chemistry day students must register for one group session,                                  Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-065	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	placement	in	MTH-095.	
one seminar, and spend 4-5 hours/week in the Introductory Chemistry Lab,                                  Corequisite:	One	CH-112L	lab;	BI-112	strongly	recommended.
Room P-165. Lab hours: T, 9am-4pm and 5:30-8:30pm; W/TH/F, 9am-                             	            CH-112-20	      174791	 P102	        TTH	      6-7:20PM
4pm.                                                                                        	             COTTER	                             $268	     $20	     $30	         $318
                                                                                                          Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-065	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	placement	in	MTH-095.	
CH-104	      INTRODUCTORY	CHEMISTRY,	5	CREDITS                                                            Corequisite:	CH-112L-20	lab;	BI-112	strongly	recommended.
A lab transfer course for students in nursing, allied health fields, and                    CH-112L	     INTRO	CHEM/HEALTH	SCIENCE	LAB,	0	CREDIT
liberal arts. Observation, measurement, composition, stoichiometry,                         	            CH-112L-01	 174792	 P161	 F	   9-11:50AM
atomic structure, periodic table, bonding, and nomenclature.                                	             COTTER	                  $0	  $0	       $0	                            $0
	            CH-104-01	      174776	 P103	        TTH	      11-11:50AM                      	            CH-112L-02	 174793	 P161	 TH	  1-3:50PM
	             EGGLING	                            $335	     $25	     $30	          $390     	             COTTER	                  $0	  $0	       $0	                            $0
              Required:	4	hrs/wk	in	the	Introductory	Chemistry	Lab.	Lab	Hours:	Tuesday	
              9am-4pm	&	5:30pm-8:30pm.	Wednesday,	Thursday	&	Friday	9am-4pm.	               	            CH-112L-20	 178520	 P161	 TTH	 7:30-8:50PM
              Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-065	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	placement	in	MTH-095.	     	             COTTER	                  $0	  $0	       $0	                            $0
              Corequisite:	One	CH-104S	seminar.                                             CH-222	      GENERAL	CHEMISTRY,	5	CREDITS
HYB	         CH-104-30	      174778	 P165	        TBA	      TBA                             A lab course discussing reactions, stoichiometry, thermodynamics,
	             FRANCIS	                            $335	     $25	        $30	       $390     organic compounds and polymers, kinetics, and equilibrium. Topics
              Hybrid	class.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu/ch104-00/	Contact:	edenf@         involving organic chemistry and biochemistry are introduced.
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2807.	Required:	4	hrs/wk	on	campus	for	        	            CH-222-01	      174794	 P131	        MWF	      10-10:50AM
              lab	work	and	weekly	quiz.	Lab	Hours:	Tuesday	9am-4pm	&	5:30pm-8:30pm.	        	             ARTER	                              $335	     $25	     $30	         $390
              Wednesday,	Thursday	&	Friday	9am-4pm.	Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-065	with	                      Prerequisite:	Pass	CH-221.	Corequisites:	One	CH-222L	lab	&	CH-222S-01.
              a	“C”	or	better	or	placement	in	MTH-095.	This	class	does	not	use	Black-
              board.	
                                                                                            CH-222L	     GENERAL	CHEMISTRY	LAB,	0	CREDIT
                                                                                            	            CH-222L-01	 174795	 P161	 T	   9-11:50AM
CH-104S	     INTRODUCTORY	CHEMISTRY	SEMINAR,	0	CREDIT                                       	             ARTER	                   $0	  $0	      $0	                             $0
	            CH-104S-01	 174779	 P102	 T	  10-10:50AM                                       	            CH-222L-02	 173979	 P161	 T	   1-3:50PM
	             EGGLING	                 $0	 $0	      $0	                              $0     	             ARTER	                   $0	  $0	      $0	                             $0
CH-105	      INTRODUCTORY	CHEMISTRY,	5	CREDITS                                              CH-222S	     GENERAL	CHEMISTRY	SEMINAR,	0	CREDIT
A lab course discussing heat; molecular and ionic interactions in sol-                      	            CH-222S-01	 174796	 P131	 TH	  10-10:50AM
ids, liquids, gases, and solutions; chemical reactions including acid-
                                                                                            	             ARTER	                   $0	  $0	      $0	                             $0
base, electron transfer, and equilibrium.
	            CH-105-01	      174781	 P103	        MW	       1-2:20PM                        CH-223	      GENERAL	CHEMISTRY,	5	CREDITS
	             FRANCIS	                            $335	     $25	     $30	          $390     A lab course discussing states of matter, solutions, acids and bases,
              Required:	4	hrs/wk	TBA	in	the	Introductory	Chemistry	Lab.	Lab	Hours:	Tues-    electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and spectroscopy. Topics in-
              day	9am-4pm	&	5:30pm-8:30pm.	Wednesday,	Thursday	&	Friday	9am-4pm.	           volving organic chemistry and biochemistry are introduced.
              Prerequisite:	Pass	CH-104	(CH-112	not	accepted).	Seminar	included.            	            CH-223-01	      174797	 P102	        MWF	      10-10:50AM
HYB	         CH-105-30	      174783	 P165	        TBA	      TBA                             	             HAMEL	                              $335	     $25	     $30	         $390
	             FRANCIS	                            $335	     $25	        $30	       $390                   Prerequisite:	Pass	CH-222.	Corequisites:	One	CH-223L	lab	&	one	CH-223S	
              Hybrid	class.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu/ch105-00/	Contact:	edenf@                       seminar.
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2807.	Required:	4	hrs/wk	on	campus	for	        CH-223L	     GENERAL	CHEMISTRY	LAB,	0	CREDIT
              lab	work	and	weekly	quiz.	Lab	Hours:	Tuesday	9am-4pm	&	5:30pm-8:30pm.	        	            CH-223L-01	 174798	 P161	 F	   1-3:50PM
              Wednesday,	Thursday	&	Friday	9am-4pm.	Lab	begins	first	week.	Prerequi-        	             HAMEL	                   $0	  $0	      $0	                             $0
              site:	Pass	CH-104.	This	class	does	not	use	BlackBoard.
                                                                                            CH-223S	     GENERAL	CHEMISTRY	SEMINAR,	0	CREDIT
CH-106	      INTRODUCTORY	CHEMISTRY,	5	CREDITS
                                                                                            	            CH-223S-01	 174799	 P102	 W	   11-11:50AM
A lab course discussing organic and biochemistry.
                                                                                            	             HAMEL	                   $0	  $0	      $0	                             $0
	            CH-106-01	      174785	 P103	        WF	       12-12:50PM
	             EGGLING	                            $335	     $25	     $30	          $390     CH-243	      ORGANIC	CHEMISTRY,	4	CREDITS
              Required:	4	hrs/wk	in	the	Introductory	Chemistry	Lab.	Lab	Hours:	Tuesday	     Third term of a transfer sequence lab course meeting the organic
              9am-4pm	&	5:30pm-8:30pm.	Wednesday,	Thursday	&	Friday	9am-4pm.	               chemistry requirement for premedical, dental, veterinary, pharmacy,
              Prerequisite:	Pass	CH-105.	Corequisite:	One	CH-106S	seminar.                  chiropractic medicine, chemical engineering, and biology majors.
HYB	         CH-106-30	      174787	 P165	        TBA	      TBA                             	            CH-243-01	      174800	 P104	        MWF	      1-1:50PM
	             FRANCIS	                            $335	     $25	        $30	       $390     	             ARTER	                              $268	     $20	     $30	         $318
              Hybrid	class.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu/ch106-00/	Contact:	edenf@                       Prerequisite:	Pass	CH-242.	Corequisite:	CH-243L-01.
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2807.	Seminar	included.	Required:	4	hrs/       CH-243L	     ORGANIC	CHEMISTRY	LAB,	0	CREDIT
              wk	on	campus	for	lab	work	and	weekly	quiz.	Lab	Hours:	Tuesday	9am-4pm	        	            CH-243L-01	 174801	 P161	 M	   2-4:50PM
              &	5:30pm-8:30pm.	Wednesday,	Thursday	&	Friday	9am-4pm.	Prerequisite:	
              Pass	CH-105.	This	class	does	not	use	Blackboard.	
                                                                                            	             ARTER	                   $0	  $0	      $0	                             $0


                                                                                            Science: Environmental
CH-106S	     INTRODUCTORY	CHEMISTRY	SEMINAR,	0	CREDIT
	            CH-106S-01	 174788	 P103	 M	  12-12:50PM
	             EGGLING	                 $0	 $0	      $0	                              $0     ESR-172	     ENVIRONMENTAL	SCIENCE,	4	CREDITS
CH-112	      INTRO	CHEMISTRY/HEALTH	SCIENCE,	4	CREDITS                                      A lab science course introducing the planning of parks and pre-
One-term preparatory chemistry lab course for students who want                             serves, environmental toxicology, energy principles, fossil fuel
to take Anatomy & Physiology and/or Introductory Microbiology.                              recovery and use, renewable energy sources, nuclear energy, water
Includes measurement; atomic structure; periodic table; bonding;                            management, water pollution, global warming and air pollution.
nomenclature; heat; molecular and iconic interactions in solids, liq-                       	            ESR-172-01	 174299	 P142	            MW	       8-10:50AM
uids, and solutions; chemical reactions including acid-base; organic                        	             RUEB	                               $268	     $20	     $35	         $323
chemistry; and biochemistry.                                                                              Recommended:	Pass	MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	placement	in	
	            CH-112-01	      174789	 P103	        MW	       9-10:20AM                                     MTH-065;	pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	place-
	             FRANCIS	                            $268	     $20	     $30	          $318                   ment	in	WR-121.	Lab	included.
              Prerequisite:	Pass	MTH-065	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	placement	in	MTH-095.	
              Corequisite:	One	CH-112L	lab;	BI-112	strongly	recommended.
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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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                 ESR-173	     ENVIRONMENTAL	SCIENCE,	4	CREDITS                                              ASC-202	     INTEGRATED	SCIENCE	CONCEPTS,	4	CREDITS
                 A lab science course introducing the indoor air pollution, ozone                           Introductory lab science course for liberal arts majors. Interdisciplin-
                 depletion, minerals and the environment, environmental econom-                             ary perspective on science. Collaborative scientific investigations
                 ics, urban environments, waste management, biological diversity,                           and critical thinking. Topics vary.
                 biogeography and exotic species, ecological succession and restora-                        	            ASC-202-01	 174774	 P141	             TTH	      11-1:50PM
                 tion, and environmental sustainability.                                                    	             SCHULZ	                              $268	     $20	     $35	          $323
                 	            ESR-173-01	 178512	 P142	              MW	       11-1:50PM                                  An	examination	of	how	evolution	impacts	our	world.	Exploration	of	current	
                 	             RUEB	                                 $268	     $20	     $35	        $323                  topics	such	as	global	warming,	cancer,	aging,	stem	cells,	genetic	engineer-
                               Recommended:	Pass	MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	placement	in	                            ing,	and	disease.	Recommended:	Pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
                               MTH-065;	pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	place-           	            ASC-202-02	 174775	 DJ190	            MW	       11-1:50PM
                               ment	in	WR-121.	Lab	included.                                                	             MAYER	                               $268	     $20	     $35	          $323
                 	            ESR-173-02	 178513	 P142	              TTH	      11-1:50PM                                  African	impacts	on	global	environmental	issues.	Recommended:	Pass	
                 	             RUEB	                                 $268	     $20	     $35	        $323                  WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.
                               Recommended:	Pass	MTH-060	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	placement	in	              GS-104	      PHYSICS,	4	CREDITS
                               MTH-065;	pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	place-           A lab course discussing concepts and applications of mechanics,
                               ment	in	WR-121.	Lab	included.                                                electricity and magnetism, waves, and optics.
                                                                                                            	            GS-104-01	      174842	 P132	         MWF	      9-10:50AM
                 Science: Geology                                                                           	             BROWN	                               $268	     $20	     $30	
                                                                                                                          Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
                                                                                                                                                                                                $318
                 G-103	       GENERAL	GEOLOGY,	4	CREDITS                                                                  placement	in	WR-121;	pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	placement	in	
                 For liberal arts majors. A lab course introducing principles of plate                                    MTH-105	or	MTH-111.	Lab	included.
                 tectonics, earth’s internal structure, seismic activity, mountain build-                   GS-107	      ASTRONOMY,	4	CREDITS
                 ing, ocean features, earth resources. Introduction to compass work,                        A lab course discussing the history of astronomy, the Earth and
                 field techniques, and GPS use.                                                             moon, all other planets in our solar system, along with asteroids,
                 	            G-103-01	       174833	 P101	          TTH	      12-1:20PM                    meteors, and comets.
                 	             HOOVER	                               $268	     $20	     $30	        $318        	        GS-107-30	 178514	 ONLINE	            TBA	      TBA
                               Corequisite:	One	G-103L	lab.
                                                                                                            	             DICKINSON	                           $268	     $20	        $65	       $353
                 	            G-103-02	       174834	 P101	          MW	       12-1:20PM                                  Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	On	campus	3/31,	6pm,	P132.	
                 	             HOOVER	                               $268	     $20	     $30	        $318                  Contact:	jamesd@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2532.	Recommended:	
                               Corequisite:	One	G-103L	lab.                                                               Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	
                 G-103L	      GENERAL	GEOLOGY	LAB,	0	CREDIT                                                               WR-121;	pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	placement	in	MTH-105	or	
                 	            G-103L-01	 174835	 P164	 T	   9-11:50AM                                                     MTH-111.
                 	             HOOVER	                 $0	  $0	       $0	                             $0
                 	
                 	
                              G-103L-02	 174836	 P164	
                               HOOVER	
                                                       W	
                                                       $0	
                                                            1:30-4:20PM
                                                            $0	       $0	                             $0
                                                                                                            Science: Physics
                                                                                                            PH-104	      DESCRIPTIVE	ASTRONOMY,	4	CREDITS
                 G-148	       VOLCANOES	&	EARTHqUAKES,	4	CREDITS                                            Survey of astronomy for non-science majors. A lab course discussing
                 A lab course that examines the geological processes that create                            the historical and cultural context of discoveries concerning planets,
                 volcanoes and earthquakes and the hazards associated with them.                            stars, the solar system, stellar evolution, star clusters, galaxies, and
                 Examines basic geologic features, monitoring techniques, hazards,                          cosmology.
                 prediction methods, and future events, using historic episodes of                          	            PH-104-01	 174966	 P132	              MW	       1-3:50PM
                 volcanic eruptions and earthquakes.                                                        	             HANRAHAN	                            $268	     $20	     $30	          $318
                 	            G-148-01	       178521	 P164	          TTH	      3-5:50PM                                   Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
                 	             HOOVER	                               $268	     $20	     $30	        $318                  placement	in	WR-121.
                               Required:	Two	Saturday	field	trips.
                                                                                                            PH-121	      GENERAL	ASTRONOMY,	4	CREDITS
                 G-203	       GENERAL	GEOLOGY,	4	CREDITS                                                    A lab course discussing the history of astronomy, the Earth and
                 For geology and science majors. A lab course introducing principles                        moon, all planets in our solar system, along wtih asteroids, meteors,
                 of plate tectonics, earth’s internal structure, seismic activity, moun-                    and comets.
                 tain building, oceanography, earth resources. Introduction to Brun-                            	        PH-121-30	 178515	 ONLINE	            TBA	      TBA
                 ton compass work, field mapping techniques, GPS applications and                           	             DICKINSON	                           $268	     $20	        $65	       $353
                 use.                                                                                                     Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	On	campus	3/31,	6pm,	P132.	
                 	            G-203-01	       174838	 P101	          TTH	      12-1:20PM                                  Contact:	jamesd@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2532.	Recommended:	
                 	             HOOVER	                               $268	     $20	     $30	        $318                  Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	placement	in	
                               Corequisite:	One	G-203L	lab.                                                               WR-121;	pass	MTH-095	with	a	“C”	or	better	or	placement	in	MTH-105	or	
                 	            G-203-02	       174839	 P101	          MW	       12-1:20PM                                  MTH-111.
                 	             HOOVER	                               $268	     $20	     $30	        $318    PH-122	      GENERAL	ASTRONOMY,	4	CREDITS
                               Corequisite:	One	G-203L	lab.                                                 A lab course discussing the properties of our sun, other stars, and
                 G-203L	      GENERAL	GEOLOGY	LAB,	0	CREDIT                                                 stellar evolution.
                 	            G-203L-01	 174840	 P164	 T	                      9-11:50AM                        	        PH-122-30	 178516	 ONLINE	            TBA	      TBA
                 	             HOOVER	                 $0	                     $0	       $0	          $0    	             DICKINSON	                           $268	     $20	        $65	       $353
                 	            G-203L-02	 174841	 P164	 W	                      1:30-4:20PM                                Distance	Learning:	Online.	Contact:	jamesd@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-
                 	             HOOVER	                 $0	                     $0	       $0	          $0                  6958	x2532.	Prerequisite:	Pass	PH-121	or	GS-107.




                 ✔	   Harmony or Wilsonville               Telecourses–see page 15.       HYB Classroom/online            V   Variable credit class: total       ESPAñOL Taught in Spanish
                      campus, other off campus                                                 course-see page 15.            cost reflects maximum              Location code abbreviations:
                      location                             Distance Learning:
                                                           Correspondence-                TBA To be arranged: contact     NEW New class                          See Campus Map, page 140.
                      Distance Learning: Online-           see page 15.                       department first class
                      see page 14.

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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


PH-123	      GENERAL	ASTRONOMY,	4	CREDITS                                                   SSC-182	     PATHWAY	TO	SUSTAINABILITY,	5	CREDITS
A lab course discussing star clusters, the properties of our own gal-                       Can we create a more sustainable and just world? What can our




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axy, other galaxies, and cosmology.                                                         personal roles in change be? How can we stimulate local sustainable
    	        PH-123-30	 174967	 ONLINE	           TBA	      TBA                             economics? What analysis is useful in assessing ecological impacts?
	             DICKINSON	                          $268	     $20	        $65	       $353     HYB	         SSC-182-01	 175589	 RR208	          TTH	      10-11:50AM
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Contact:	jamesd@clackamas.edu	or	503-657-          	             MCALPINE	                          $335	     $25	     $0	          $360
              6958	x2532.	Prerequisite:	Pass	PH-122.                                                      Hybrid	class.	Meets	every	Tuesday	and	Thursday	plus	online	hours.	Recom-
PH-203	      GENERAL	PHYSICS,	5	CREDITS                                                                   mended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
A lab course discussing electrical energy and voltage, Ohm’s Law and                        SSC-227	     CIVIL	WAR	&	PSYCHOLOGY,	4	CREDITS
DC circuits, magnetic forces and fields, EM induction, reflection and                       Explores causes and effects of the Civil War, with a special emphasis
refraction of light, particles and waves, and special relativity.                           on social, cultural, and economic factors. Analyzes the character and
	            PH-203-01	      174968	 P132	        MWF	      11-11:50AM                      personality of civilian and military leaders of both the North and
	             BROWN	                              $335	     $25	     $30	          $390     South.
              Prerequisite:	Pass	PH-202.	Corequisites:	One	PH-203L	lab	&	PH-203S.           	            SSC-227-01	 177905	 M204	           MW	       11:30-1:20PM
PH-203L	     GENERAL	PHYSICS	LAB,	0	CREDIT                                                  	             FORD	                              $268	     $20	      $0	         $288
	            PH-203L-01	 174969	 P132	 T	   10-12:50PM                                                    Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
                                                                                                          placement	in	WR-121.
	             BROWN	                   $0	  $0	      $0	                             $0
	            PH-203L-02	 174970	 P132	 TH	  2-4:50PM                                        SSC-235	     PERSPECTIVES	ON	TERRORISM,	4	CREDITS
	             BROWN	                   $0	  $0	      $0	                             $0     Examines multiple perspectives and investigates their assumptions
                                                                                            and beliefs. Perspectives will include historical and psychological ap-
PH-203S	     GENERAL	PHYSICS	SEMINAR,	0	CREDIT                                              proaches as well as those of other academic disciplines.
	            PH-203S-01	 174971	 P132	 TH	  1-1:50PM                                        	            SSC-235-01	 177906	 M206	           TTH	      1-2:50PM
	             BROWN	                   $0	  $0	      $0	                             $0     	             FLOWERS/GROSSMANN	                 $268	     $20	     $0	          $288
PH-213	      GENERAL	PHYSICS	WITH	CALCULUS,	5	CREDITS                                                     Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
A lab course discussing electric potential and energy, capacitance,                                       placement	in	WR-121.
Ohm’s Law and DC circuits, magnetic field and forces, EM induc-                             SSC-238	     LOVE,	MARRIAGE	&	THE	FAMILY,	4	CREDITS
tion, Maxwell’s equations, geometric optics, special relativity, and                        Examines the concept of love and the institutions of marriage and
Plank’s constant.                                                                           the family in western civilization from ancient Greece to the pres-
	            PH-213-01	      174972	 P132	        MWF	      12-12:50PM                      ent. Includes a consideration of the ideas of prominent thinkers, art-
	             BROWN	                              $335	     $25	     $30	          $390     ists and political leaders.
              Prerequisite:	Pass	PH-212.	Corequisites:	One	PH-213L	lab	&	PH-213S-01.        	            SSC-238-01	 177907	 M204	           MWF	      9-10:05AM
PH-213L	     GENERAL	PHYSICS	LAB,	0	CREDIT                                                  	             MCFARLAND	                         $268	     $20	     $0	          $288
	            PH-213L-01	 174973	 P132	 T	   10-12:50PM                                                    Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.
	             BROWN	                   $0	  $0	      $0	                             $0     SSC-242	     AMERICAN	MILITARY	CONFLICT,	4	CREDITS
	            PH-213L-02	 174974	 P132	 TH	  2-4:50PM                                        Provides students with the fundamental knowledge of the politics
	             BROWN	                   $0	  $0	      $0	                             $0     and geography of United States military operations when conduct-
PH-213S	     GENERAL	PHYSICS	SEMINAR,	0	CREDIT                                              ing “The War on Terror,” as applied to conflicts in Afghanistan and
	            PH-213S-01	 174975	 P132	 T	   1-1:50PM                                        Iraq, and the planned defense of the territorial United States.
	             BROWN	                   $0	  $0	      $0	                             $0     	            SSC-242-01	 177908	 M258	           TTH	      10-11:50AM
                                                                                            	             FOSTER	                            $268	     $20	     $0	          $288

Science: Zoology
                                                                                                          Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115.

Z-203	       GENERAL	ZOOLOGY,	4	CREDITS
A lab course covering diversity of the more complex invertebrate
                                                                                            Sociology
and vertebrate animal phyla. Includes animal behavior, distribution,                        SOC-204	     INTRODUCTION	TO	SOCIOLOGY,	4	CREDITS
ecology, and conservation.                                                                  Explores the social perspectives on the principles and processes of
	            Z-203-01	    178548	 P102	    MW	     11-12:20PM                               human social behavior.
	            	            	       P151	    W	      12:30-3:20PM                             	            SOC-204-01	 175451	 M256	           MWF	      10:15-11:20AM
	              BOWN/KELSEY	                $268	   $20	      $35	   $323                    	             PFEIFER	                           $268	     $20	      $0	         $288
               Recommended: Pass MTH-095 with a “C” better or placement                                   Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
               in MTH-105 or MTH-111; pass RD-090 or placement in                                         placement	in	WR-121.
               RD-115; pass WR-095 or placement in WR-121.                                  SOC-205	     SOCIAL	STRATIFICATION	AND	SOCIAL	SYSTEMS,	
                                                                                            	            4	CREDITS	
Small Business Classes/Workshops                                                            Examines issues of social structure and social stratification.
                                                                                            	            SOC-205-01	 175453	 M258	           TTH	      1-2:50PM
See “Business Development Center”.                                                          	             SUMMERS-NOMURA	                    $268	     $20	     $0	          $288
                                                                                                          Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	

Social Science
                                                                                                          placement	in	WR-121.
                                                                                            ✔	           SOC-205-02	 175454	 H230	           T	        6-9:50PM
SSC-160	     FAITH	AND	REASON,	5	CREDITS                                                    	             KELLY	                             $268	     $20	     $0	          $288
                                                                                                          Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
Introduction to classical philosophy, sacred texts, modern fiction,                                       placement	in	WR-121.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
poetry, theology, evolutionary biology, and cosmology.
    	        SSC-160-01	 177903	 ONLINE	                                                    SOC-206	     INSTITUTIONS	&	SOCIAL	CHANGE,	4	CREDITS
	             HARTSOCK	                           $335	     $25	        $35	       $395     Explores various social institutions (family, work, economy, educa-
              Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	donnh@      tion, health, and politics), stratification systems, social movements,
              clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x2542.	Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	             and other elements of culture from a social change perspective.
              placement	in	RD-115.                                                          	            SOC-206-01	 175456	 M204	           TTH	      10-11:50AM
                                                                                            	             SUMMERS-NOMURA	                    $268	     $20	     $0	          $288
                                                                                                          Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
                                                                                                          placement	in	WR-121.


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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


                 Sociology, continued                                                                       ✔	           SP-111-09	      175471	 OIT147	       TTH	       6-9:50PM
                                                                                                            	             HUGHES	                              $268	      $20	     $6	           $294
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                                                                                                                          Meets:	5/5-6/4.	Prerequisites:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	
                 SOC-225	     SOCIAL	PROBLEMS,	4	CREDITS                                                                  WR-095	or	placement	in	WR-121.	At	CCC	Harmony	Campus.
                 Applies the sociological framework to the study of social problems,
                                                                                                            ✔	           SP-111-15	      175475	 W111	         W	         6-9:50PM
                 their identification, analysis of causes and possible solutions.                           	             HARLOW	                              $0	        $0	      $294	         $294
                 	            SOC-225-01	 175459	 M256	            MW	         12:45-2:35PM                               Prerequisites:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
                 	             PFEIFER	                            $268	       $20	      $0	        $288                  placement	in	WR-121.	At	CCC	Wilsonville	Campus.
                               Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	                  	       SP-111-10	      175473	 ONLINE	
                               placement	in	WR-121.                                                         	             HUGHES	                              $268	      $20	        $35	       $323
                 SOC-280	     SOCIOLOGY/CWE,	2-6V	CREDITS                                                                 Distance	Learning:	Online.	Orientation:	dl.clackamas.edu	Contact:	kerrieh@
                 Provides students with on-the-job work experience in the field of                                        clackamas.edu	or	503-657-6958	x5063.	Required:	Access	to	a	digital	video	
                 sociology.                                                                                               camera	and	a	computer	to	send	speeches	to	instructor	and	order	textbook	
                 	            SOC-280-01	 175460	 JOBSITE	                                                                online.	Prerequisites:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	
                 	             KEELER	                     $402	               $30	     $15	       $447V                  or	placement	in	WR-121.
                               Required:	Instructor	consent	&	a	CWE	seminar.                                SP-140	      INTRO	TO	INTERCULTURAL	COMMUN.,	4	CREDITS
                                                                                                            Explores the impact cultural differences have on the communication
                 Speech                                                                                     process; increases awareness of students’ own cultural behaviors.
                                                                                                            Students discover effective ways to deal with difficult situations
                 SP-100	      BASIC	SPEECH	COMMUNICATION,	3	CREDITS                                         when a cultural difference causes a problem.
                 Explores interpersonal and small group dynamics and communica-                             	            SP-140-01	 177251	 D104	              TTH	       1-2:50PM
                 tion skills in day-to-day formal and informal situations. Examines                         	             WOLFSON/WILLIAMS	                    $268	      $20	     $0	           $288
                 positive self-concept, listening skills, and clarity of expression.                        	            SP-140-02	 175795	 D104	              TTH	       1-2:50PM
                 	            SP-100-01	 175461	 N141	             MW	         1-2:20PM                     	             WILLIAMS/WOLFSON	                    $268	      $20	     $0	           $288
                 	             STAFF	                              $201	       $15	     $0	         $216                  Restricted:	Immigrant	and	international	students	only.	Required:	Instructor	
                 SP-105	      LISTENING,	4	CREDITS                                                                        consent.
                 Analyzes listening behavior and emphasizes the development in un-                          SP-167	      PARLIAMENTARY	PROCEDURE,	4	CREDITS
                 derstanding & appreciation of listening as a vital element in com-                         The principles and practice of parliamentary procedure to develop
                 munication process.                                                                        skills in conducting business during meetings.
                 	            SP-105-01	       175462	 N140	       TTH	        1-2:50PM                     	            SP-167-01	      175483	 N140	         MW	        2-3:50PM
                 	             BRENNAN	                            $268	       $20	     $0	         $288    	             HUGHES	                              $268	      $20	     $0	           $288
                               Prerequisites:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	                         Recommended:	Pass	RD-090	or	placement	in	RD-115;	pass	WR-095	or	
                               placement	in	WR-121.                                                                       placement	in	WR-121.	Prerequisite:	Pass	SP-111	or	instructor	consent.	
                                                                                                                          Corequisite:	SP-223.
                 SP-111	      PUBLIC	SPEAKING,	4	CREDITS
                 Practice in organization, research, and delivery of a variety of                           SP-212	      MASS	MEDIA	&	SOCIETY,	3	CREDITS
                 speeches.