June 27 – August 18, 2011
Volume 21 #4 April 2011 for summer Quarter • seattlecentral.edu
New student registration begins May 23
for summer and fall.
Register early for fall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Get started at Seattle Central . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Distance Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24–26
Begin your four-year degree now . . . . . 28–29
Seattle Culinary Academy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Non-credit certificates and
Continuing Education classes . . . . . . . . 46–55
Summer HourS Campus Tours
Campus closed on Fridays, July 1 Get to know
Seattle Central Community
through September 2 Seattle Central!
Paul T. Killpatrick, Ph.D. Dates: Monday, June 27–Friday, September 2 Take guided tour of campus and
Public Information staff Business hours: 8:00 a.m.–5:30 p.m. (Monday – Thursday) get to know Seattle Central’s peo-
Sharon Hager: graphic designer
Building hours: 6:00 a.m.–10:00 p.m. (Monday – Thursday) ple, resources, and facilities.
Bob Hereford: photographer Call the Outreach Office to
Judy Kitzman: communication specialist This summer schedule will save resources, help reduce single
Laura Mansfield: director schedule a group or individual
Rachel Seeley: project manager
occupancy trips to campus (State Commute Trip Reduction), and tour at 206.934.3816. For more
decrease energy consumption. Seattle Vocational Institute will information go to: seattlecentral.
Seattle Community remain open on Friday during normal business hours.
College District VI edu/outreach/tours.php
Board of Trustees seattlecentral.edu/generalinfo/campushours.php
Mr. Jorge Carrasco
Ms. Gayatri Eassey
Mr. Thomas W. Malone
Dr. Constance W. Rice Questions about Seattle Central? Call 206.934.3800
Mr. Albert Shen or see seattlecentral.edu
Dr. Jill A. Wakefield
Table of conTenTs
Anyone needing this schedule in an alternative format is asked to contact Disability Support Services at 206.934.4183.
Contact Seattle Central High School Programs Computers/Microcomputer Management, 33 Travel Study, 45
External Diploma Program, 19 Culinary Arts, 27, 33-34 Video/DVD Courses, 26
Running Start, 19 Database Administration & Development, 36 Web Design, 38
Instructional areas, 4 Deaf Studies, 34 Web Development, 38-39
Get started at Central, 6 International Education
International Education Programs, 14 Dental Hygiene, 34 Work Experience, 45
List of important offices, 4 Economics, 34
Special Programs Non-credit classes
Web address directory, 4 Education, 34
Cooperative Education, 45 Information sessions, 46
Education: Science & Mathematics, 34 New classes, 46
Academic Information Service Learning, 43
Engineering, 34 Mail-In Registration Form, 47
Associate of Arts Transfer Degree, 16 Seattle Vocational Institute, 8
English, 34-35 Acting/Drama, 48
Associate of Science Transfer Degree, 16 Travel/Study, Coop Ed, 45
Environmental Science, 35 Arts, 48
Policies, 9 Worker Retraining, 14
Expanded Function Dental Auxilary, 35 Animation/3D, 50,51
Admissions and Registration Work Experience, 45
Geography, 35 AutoCAD, 51
Admissions Guide, 6 Student Support Services Geology, 35
Career Services Center, 14 Boating, 48
Advising Center, 14 Health, 35
Child Care Center, 15 Business and Professional Development, 48-49
Calendar, 5 History, 35-36
College Transfer Center, 16-17 Career Development, 49
Final Exam Schedule, 5 Humanities, 36
Clubs, Student Council, & Organizations, 19 Computers, 494
Financial Aid, 10 Information Technology, 36-39
Disability Support Services, 14 Cooking, 52
Important Dates & Deadlines, 5 Interpreter Training, 39
Multicultural Initiatives Office, 14 3D Animation/Design, 50,51
Registration Information, 12 Languages, 39-40
Student Academic Assistance, 14 Dance, 52
Student Online Services (SOS), 4 Mathematics, 40-41
Student Leadership, 19 Desktop Publishing, 50
Tuition, Fees & Refunds, 11 Meteorology, 41
Veterans’ Affairs, 14 Exercise, 53
Web Registration, 13 Music, 41
Women’s Programs, 18 Finance, 53
Basic and Transitional Studies Network Design and Administration, 45 Graphic Design, 50
Adult Basic Education (ABE), 24 Credit Classes & Programs Nursing, 41 Grantwriting, 53
English-as-a-Second Language (ESL), 24 A.A.S.-T Degrees (IT), 36 Nutrition, 42 Health, 54
External Diploma Program, 24 Accounting/Business Administration, 30 Oceanography, 42 Hobbies, 54
General Education Diploma (GED), 24 Allied Health, 30 Online Courses, 25-27 Home Improvement/Remodeling, 54
Campus Information Anthropology, 31 Opticianry, 42 Languages, 54
Art Gallery, 15 Apparel Design, 31 Philosophy, 42 Music, 54
Bookstore, 15 Applications Support, 31 Physical Education, 42 Online Courses, 50-52
Driving Directions, 22 Applied Behavioral Science 4-yr. Degree, 31 Political Science, 42 Office Skills, 63
Library, 15 Art, 31 Programming, 37 Personal Growth, 55
Map, 22 Astronomy, 31-32 Psychology, 42 Photography, 55
Parking, 22 Biology, 32 Respiratory Care, 43 Teacher Training, 55
Charles H. Mitchell Activity Center, 15 Business Information Technology, 32 Seminar Courses, 27 TESOL, 55
Transportation, 22 Chemistry, 32 Service Learning, 43 Test Prep, 51
Child & Family Studies, 32 Social & Human Services, 44 Travel, 55
Communication, 33 Sociology, 44 Web Design, 50
Campus Seminar Courses, 27
Computer Science, 33 Study Skills, 44 Writing, 55
Correspondence Courses, 25
Online Courses, 25-27
Video/DVD Courses, 26 Seattle Central (USPS 0006009) is published monthly in Jan., Apr., July, Nov. by Seattle Community College District VI, 1500 Harvard Ave., Seattle, WA 98122-2400.
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Summer Quarter 2011
About 40 percent of our students are the first in their family to attend college.
Website aims to inspire
first generation students
A new websiTe has been launched at Seattle Central with
the goal of inspiring first-generation college students. First-generation
students are the first in their immediate family to graduate from a
college or university. Check it out—www.seattlecentral.edu/firstgen
The website was envisioned by Dr. Paul me. Today, I advise students to find an
Killpatrick, president of Seattle Central anchor—someone who is willing to lis-
Community College. It features the stories ten and give advice.”
of faculty and staff members from Seattle Killpatrick envisions the website as a
Central and the Seattle Vocational Institute place where prospective students will
who were the first in their families to graduate find inspiration. “These are people who
from college. “First-generation students are had some of the same challenges our
trailblazers, and they face unique obstacles,” students face today, but they persevered
Killpatrick says. “A first-generation student is and they succeeded.”
extremely important to a family. We know Many of the students at Seattle Central
from research that younger siblings are more are the first in their family to attend
likely to attend college once an older sibling college. A campus can be a confusing
has paved the way.” place, but we are here to help. There
“As someone who did not complete high are advising and counseling services on
school and as a first-generation college stu- campus to help you find your way. Visit
dent, I remember the challenges of trying to our admissions office on the first floor
navigate a college campus,” Killpatrick says. of the Broadway Edison building, online President Paul T. Killpatrick, Ph.D (center) with
“I was a minority at Oregon State University; at www.seattlecentral.edu/admissions or Seattle Central scholarship recipients
I did not see a lot of people who looked like call the office at 206.934.5450.
Get ahead this summer
Need an English or math prerequisite course? Why pay top dollar for the
same course at a high-priced four-year college?
O ur TuiTion is less Than half of a four-year college. Register now for fall quarter
And you’ll find smaller classes (usually 30 students or fewer) with instructors and don’t pay until August!
who get to know you. Come discover the college that was cited by The New Did you know that you can register for
York Times as a model in the education and preparation of transfer students.* summer AND fall classes at the same time?
New and returning students can register early,
Get ready for college-level math. Complete three quarters of so reserve the courses you will need this fall
Are you ready to tackle college-level math? language classes in eight weeks. Now before they fill up.
Get prepared by learning math study skills Get a great head start on your college If your goal is a transfer degree, see an
and test taking skills that will help you be suc- transfer language requirements with inten- expert at the Academic Advising Center
cessful. Our math classes feature customized sive language courses. Instead of completing to plan your schedule for summer and fall.
instruction, tutoring, math labs and more. your language series next June, you could be Advisors can help interpret requirements for
finished this August! transfer degrees and assist you with schedule
Get ahead. planning.
Summer is a great time to complete popular Available classes meet Monday through
Thursday, June 27–August 18: A printable preview of the fall class
A.A. or A.S. required classes in English, human- schedule can be found at seattlecentral.
ities and science before they fill up this fall. SpaniSh i, ii, iii edu/course/printsked.php
Take Fridays off. M-Th 8 a.m.–1:30 p.m. or 5–9:30 p.m. Registration for fall is open all summer,
FrenCh i, ii, iii but why wait? Fall tuition is not due until
We know you don’t want to spend all summer
M-Th, 8 a.m.–1:30 p.m. August 11 for students who register early.
in a classroom. There’s no class on Fridays, so
every weekend is a long weekend. Fall quarter:
*“For Achievers, a New Destination”, The New York Times Education Life, April 22, 2007 September 26 – December 15
web addresses important offices alternative Telephone access
Seattle Central’s home page General information: 206.934.3800, Information Center: 206.934.4395 TTY
http://seattlecentral.edu 206.934.4395 TTY People who are deaf, hard of hearing, deaf-blind or
Instructional Divisions Room phone
speech-disabled may access the college through
Basic and Transitional Studies Academic Advising . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE1102 . . . . .206.934.4068
free communication services provided by the
http://seattlecentral.edu/basic Admissions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE1104 . . . . .206.934.5450 Washington Relay Service:
Business Information Technologies and Creative Arts Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MAC314 . . . .206.934.4148
http://seattlecentral.edu/bitca TTY text-telephone: 7-1-1 or 1-800.833.6384
Career Information Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE2115 . . . . .206.934.4383
Humanities and Social Sciences Voice carry-over (VCO): 1-800.833.6386
Charles H. Mitchell Activity Center . . . . . . MAC314 . . . .206.934.6315
http://seattlecentral.edu/humss Hearing carry-over (HCO): 1-800.833.6388
Cooperative Education/Internships . . . . . BE1103 . . . . .206.934.5422
Health and Human Services
Correspondence . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . NP304 . . . . . .206.934.4060
Speech-to-speech (STS): 1-877.833.6341
http://seattlecentral.edu/hhs Video relay: www.wavrs.com
Information Technology Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE4180 . . . . .206.934.3851
On-line relay: www.sprintrelayonline.com
http://seattlecentral.edu/it Disability Support Services . . . . . . . . . . . . BE1112 . . . . .206.934.4183
Science and Mathematics Distance Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE1140 . . . . .206.934.4060 Telebraille 1-800.833.6385
http://seattlecentral.edu/sci-math Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE1104 . . . . .206.934.3844
Seattle Culinary Academy Information Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE1108 . . . . .206.934.3800
Instructional Resource Center (Library). . BE2101 . . . . .206.934.4050
Seattle Maritime Academy
http://seattlecentral.edu/maritime International Education Programs . . . . . . ISC100. . . . . .206.934.3893
Wood Construction Center Multicultural Initiatives . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE1103 . . . . .206.934.4085
http://seattlecentral.edu/wood Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE1104 . . . . .206.934.6918
Special Programs Service Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE1103 . . . . .206.934.5422
Cooperative Education Internship Program Student Academic Assistance . . . . . . . . . . BE1102 . . . . .206.934.3852
New phone numbers
http://www.seattlecentral.edu/coop Student Leadership . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MAC350 . . . .206.934.6924
Community Education (non-credit classes) Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE1106 . . . . .206.934.6344
http://www.learnatcentral.org Veterans’ Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE1104 . . . . .206.934.4147
Distance Education All office and department phone
Workforce/Women’s Programs . . . . . . . . . FA202 . . . . . .206.934.3854
Worker Retraining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BE4177 . . . . .206.934.6310 numbers will have a new pre-
International Education Program
http://seattlecentral.edu/international fix—934. The last four digits will
The Parent Child Center and Cooperative Preschools instructional areas remain the same. Old, non-934
Room phone numbers will continue to work
Basic and Transitional Studies Be3122 206.934.4180
until this fall.
Service Learning Technologies & Creative Arts Be5166 206.934.3830
Business Information Technology
Workforce/Women’s Programs Applications Support Database Admin and Development
http://seattlecentral.edu/womens-prog Business Information Technology Network Design/CISCO
Worker Retraining Program Creative Arts Programming Student Online
http://seattlecentral.edu/wrp Apparel Design
Film and Video
Enrollment Graphic Design seattlecentral.edu/registration
http://seattlecentral.edu/admissions Publishing Arts
● Plan your schedule
Advising health & human Services Be3210 206. 934.4347
● Look up your schedule
http://seattlecentral.edu/advising American Sign Language B.A.S., Bachelor of Applied ● View the quarterly class schedule
Career Information Center Deaf Studies Behavioral Science ● Register online (Online Registration Tutorial)
http://seattlecentral.edu/career Interpreter Training Social and Human Services ● Check your registration appointment time
Counseling Opticianry SHS/Child and Family Studies ● Waitlist inquiries and updates
http://seattlecentral.edu/counsel Respiratory Care SHS/Chemical Dependency
Financial Aid Surgical Technology SHS/Social and Human Services ● Pay for courses online
http://seattlecentral.edu/finaid Dental Hygiene ● Get your grades (unofficial transcript)
Hope Scholarship Online Nursing ● Get your A.A. Degree Audit
https://www.sccd.ctc.edu/hope humanities & Social Sciences Be4128 206.934.4164 ● Check your Financial Aid status
Registration Instructional ● Hope Scholarship tax credit information
http://seattlecentral.edu/registration Resource Services/Library Be2101 206.934.4050 ● Change your PIN
Student Academic Assistance Center International programs ISC100 206.934.3893 ● Change your address
Seattle Culinary Academy Be2120 206.934.5424 ● See updated instructor names
http://seattlecentral.edu/transfer/ctac.php Specialty Desserts and Bread
Public Relations & Marketing Seattle maritime Academy General information:
Public Information Office 4445 Shilshole Ave. nW. off-site 206.782.2647
http://www.seattlecentral.edu/sccc/pio Marine Deck
Student Life 206.934.4395 TTY
Seattle Community College District Libraries Science and mathematics SAm110 206.934.3858
http://www.sccd.ctc.edu/~library Wood Construction Technology
Student Leadership 2310 S. Lane St., room 104 off-site 206.934.5460
http://seattlecentral.edu/stu-lead Cabinet making
Charles H. Mitchell Activity Center Carpentry
http://seattlecentral.edu/mac Marine Carpentry
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Summer Quarter 2011
summer quarTer 2011 imporTanT daTes
may 16 Returning students register by Web, 5:00 a.m.–11p.m.
23 STAR sessions begin
New student registration and non-matriculated student registration begins
30 Holiday, college closed
June 26 All waitlists close for summer quarter
27 summer quarter begins. if registering on or after this date, tuition due immediately
Permission required to enroll for all math classes and classes that are full
(instructor signature required on all enrollment forms)
29 Web registration down for adding summer quarter classes, 11:00 p.m.
30 Deadline for 100% refund of tuition (less $6.00)
July 4 Holiday, college closed
5 Space-available registration for seniors and state employees (instructor signature required)
7 Web registration down for dropping summer quarter classes, 11:00 p.m.
Deadline to add (instructor signature required)
Deadline for “W” not appearing on transcript
Deadline to change credit/audit status without instructor permission
12 Deadline for 50% refund of tuition (instructor signature required)
august 8 Last day to withdraw (instructor signature required, no refund)
Last day to change audit/credit status (instructor signature required)
17–18 Final exam days
18 summer quarter ends
september 26 Fall quarter begins
final exam schedule for regular day classes day classes and all workforce education programs
class Time class days exam Time with other than regular starting/closing dates
wednesday, august 17 will hold final examinations on a schedule provided by
8:00 MTWTh, MWTh, TTh 8:00–10:00
the appropriate college division.
11:20 MTWTh, MWTh 10:30–12:30 summer quarter evening classes will hold final
examinations during regular class hours on the last
2:40 MTWTh, MWTh, TTh 1:00–3:00
evening they meet. if your class time is not listed or
Thursday, august 18 you have questions, please check with your instructor.
9:40 MTWTh, MWTh 8:00–10:00
1:00 MTWTh, MWTh, TTh 10:30–2:30
Quarter First day of quarter Last day of quarter
9:40, 11:20 TTh 1:00–3:00 Summer ‘11 June 27 (Monday) August 18 (Thursday)
Fall ‘11 September 26 (Monday) December 15 (Thursday)
M = Monday W = Wednesday F = Friday Winter ‘12 January 3 (Tuesday) March 21 (Wednesday)
T = Tuesday Th = Thursday
Spring ‘12 April 2 (Monday) June 15 (Friday)
Check dates on the academic calendar at
Get started at Central
Admissions Office: Room BE1104 206.934.5450
Please visit our website at http://seattlecentral.edu/admissions 5 Register for classes
Students may register for classes online or in-person. To register online, visit:
M–TH 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. seattlecentral.edu/sos. To register on campus, submit a class registration
form to the Registration office, BE1104.
anyone who is 18 or older or a high school graduate may attend
Seattle Central Community College. Special arrangements can be made
for some students who are under 18 years of age and have not earned a high
6 Pay the cashier
Once you have enrolled into your classes, you will need to pay your tuition
school diploma or GED. and fees at the Cashier's window or on the web. Tuition and fees are
Students new to Seattle Central, returning after three or more years or a due within seven business days from the date you first register for
student from North or South Seattle Community Colleges need to follow the classes or by the first day of school, whichever comes first. Students
admission steps below. will be dropped for non-payment if tuition is not received within the
established timelines. You may pay by cash, check, American Express,
Note: College admission does not necessarily guarantee admission to a spe- VISA, MasterCard, Discover Card, or by financial aid award. If you are
cific college program. Contact the specific instructional division about the receiving financial aid, check with the Financial Aid office, 206.934.3844,
entrance requirements for individual programs. to be clear on the payment procedures.
Steps to admission 7 Purchase photo ID card
1 Fill out an admissions form Students taking credit classes are required to purchase an ID card. The cost
is $5.00. Present paid receipt to ID Center (room BE1104) to obtain ID card.
Seattle Central has open admissions. There are three ways to apply:
Online at seattlecentral.edu/admissions,
in person at the Admissions Office in BE1104 on the main floor
8 Purchase books
Seattle Central's bookstore is located on Broadway, directly across the
By calling 206.934.5450. A paper application form can be sent to you. street from the main campus. The bookstore accepts cash, checks, VISA,
2 Apply for financial aid
Obtain a Financial Aid Form from the nearest high school or college, or call
MasterCard or Discover Card payment. Questions? Call 206.934.4148.
9 Waitlisted students
the Seattle Central Financial Aid office at 206.934.3844. In addition to fill- You must attend the first day of class to obtain the instructor permission
ing out the financial aid form, there are other steps you must complete in to enroll. Please see web registration (page 13) for more information.
order to apply for financial aid. Please see the Financial Aid section of this
schedule for additional information. Financial aid is limited; apply early. For new students
If you are a financial aid applicant and your financial aid file is complete,
you may register before you are notified of your eligibility. Your classes q How do I transfer credits earned at a previous college to
will not be dropped for non-payment unless your financial aid notification Seattle Central?
results in a balance owing and you do not pay. Verify your financial aid file
status online at Student Online Services, http://seattlecentral.org/sos, call
A Submit official transcript and an incoming evaluation request form.
our office at 206.934.3844 or email email@example.com. q Why transfer credits to Seattle Central Community College?
3 Take assessment test or submit college transcripts
All new students who plan on seeking a degree or certificate are required
A Previous college level credits earned at an accredited college or uni-
versity may count toward your program of study at Seattle Central
to demonstrate their English and math proficiency level, either by sub- Community College. In order to have these credits evaluated, all students
mitting transcripts that document prior college level work or by taking seeking a degree or certificate must submit official transcripts.
the placement test. Non-degree-seeking students who intend to enroll in
English, math or natural science must do the same. Your transcripts must
show college level courses completed with at least a 2.0 grade. For math,
q What is an official transcript?
the courses must have been completed within the last three years. There A An official transcript is one office,is:or 2) deliveredyouryou, (unopened in an
directly to the Admission’s
that 1) mailed by
is a fee for the placement test. The Testing Center is available for testing
on a walk-in basis. envelope which has been officially sealed by your former school) to the
Admissions office at Seattle Central Community College, Room BE1104.
4 Take the STAR new student orientation
Once you have completed the previous steps, you will need to take the STAR
PLEASE NOTE: It is the student’s responsibility to submit an official transcript
from former colleges and a transcript evaluation request. Also request an
(Success, Training, Advising, and Registration) Orientation in order to regis- unofficial transcript from your previously attended schools for your personal
ter for classes or see an advisor. The STAR Orientation is designed for new records and reference.
students to Seattle Central and is required as they enter their first quarter
of enrollment. This orientation can be taken either in person or online. STAR
trains new students in the use of online registration and provides essential
q Where do I send my transcripts?
information about Seattle Central procedures and services. After taking the A Send your official transcript(s) to: Office of Admissions
Seattle Central Community College,
STAR Orientation, new students can meet with the appropriate advisor to
discuss first quarter plans. To sign up for an in-person STAR Orientation, or 1701 Broadway, BE1104, Seattle, WA 98122
to take STAR online, please contact the Admissions office on campus in
BE1104, by phone: 206.934.5450, or email: firstname.lastname@example.org . q Where can I get a “Seattle Central Community College
transcript request form?”
New students register for S.T.A.R. A Admissions (BE1104) Advising Center (BE1102) or the Registration and
Records office (BE1101).
Summer Quarter 2011
Need a new career?
Seattle Central’s Worker Retraining program provides resources
for unemployed individuals to get professional/technical job
training and return to work.
Make a fresh start
t Seattle Central, your former job doesn’t determine your future career.
Office workers become nurses. Clerks become chefs. Bicycle mechanics
become carpenters. Baristas become designers. We’ll help you identify
occupations that match your needs, interests, abilities and long-term goals.
Update your skills Train for a new career in…
Certificates and two-year degrees can move
students past the “tipping point” to careers Applications Support
that can support a family. Business Information Technology
resources are available Chemical Dependency Specialist
Students may qualify for assistance to cover
the cost of tuition and fees. You may be eli- Child & Family Studies
gible if you: Commercial Photography
• Receive, or are eligible to receive, Culinary Arts
Washington State unemployment benefits.
• Have exhausted unemployment benefits Database Administration & Development
within the last 24 months. Dental Hygiene
• Have received a WARN letter. Graphic Design
• Were self-employed but are now
unemployed. Marine Deck Technology
Marine Engineering Technology
attend a workshop Network Design & Administration
Learn more about job training, career Nursing
assessment and job placement, tuition
assistance, registration and program Opticianry
eligibility. Call 206.934.6309 Programming
OFFICE LOCATION: Social & Human Services
Room FA202 in the Fine Arts
Specialty Desserts & Breads
Building on corner of Pine St.
and Harvard Avenue, next to the
Egyptian Theatre. Web Design
Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Web Development
“We have the resources that students need to get
into classes that translate to jobs.”
Worker Retraining Coordinator
Check out the Worker Retraining program
at startnextquarter.org or call 206.934.3854
Do you want a short-term training program that can be completed in 1-5 quarters?
Do you want an in-demand, entry-level career field that leads right to a job?
Seattle Vocational Institute
might be the right place for you!
Seattle Vocational Institute (SVI)
2120 South Jackson Street
Vocational programs at SVi
Seattle, WA 98144 Administrative Office Professional . 2 quarters
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Computer-Based Accounting . . . . . . 2 quarters
206.934.4950 | sviweb.sccd.ctc.edu Cosmetology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 quarters
Cosmetology Teacher Education
is a division of Seattle Central
(Continuing Education). . . . . . . . . . . . 500 hours
Community College located in
the Central District. SVI is the Dental Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 quarters
area’s largest provider of short-term workforce Medical Administrative Specialist . . 3 quarters
training and education. Programs lead to jobs Medical Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 quarters
with a future.
Medical Laboratory Assistant /
Phlebotomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 quarter
at SVi you will find: Network Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 quarters
• A positive and nurturing learning PACT (Pre-Apprenticeship
environment. Construction Training) . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 quarters
• Tuition assistance (available to those who
qualify). additional programs interested?
• Basic skills courses to improve reading, Basic Studies Call SVI at 206.934.4950 or attend a free
writing, math and critical thinking skills. • Adult Basic Education (ABE) educational planning workshop, Tues.,
• Classwork with hands-on experi- • English as a Second Language (ESL) Wed. & Thurs., 1–5 p.m., SVI Room 302
ence through off-campus experiences, • GED preparation
clinical lab, office, worksite and career Bright Future
Discover a career path and
For high school juniors and seniors wanting to begin the enrollment process.
• Job training programs (1-5 quarters) that
lead to real-world jobs with livable wages.
earn a high school diploma at the same time as Call 206.934.4950 or visit
a professional/vocational certification.
Summer Quarter 2011
Visit us online at seattlecentral.edu
SEATTLE CENTRAL OVERLOOkS DOWNTOWN SEATTLE FROm CApITOL HILL,
one of the liveliest neighborhoods in the city. Since it was established as the city’s
first community college in 1966, Seattle Central has served the higher education
and training needs of more than 500,000 students.
Seattle Central is accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and
Universities,* an institutional accrediting body recognized by the Council for Higher
Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department of Education. It is also a member
of the League for Innovation, a prestigious group of community colleges nation-
wide who have been selected for membership based on educational excellence.
*8060 165th Avenue NE, Suite 100, Redmond, Washington 98052-3981.
College Policies Mission & Values
Residency status/tuition Change of address eattle Central Community College promotes
For state-supported class tuition purposes, a state resident The student is responsible for informing the college of
is one who is a U.S. citizen or who has permanent resident his/her current address. If your address changes, please educational excellence in a multi cultural
immigrant status, refugee-parolee status, or conditional complete a “change card” at Registration in Room BE1104. urban environment. We provide opportunities
entrant status, and 1) has established a domicile (resi- Address changes can also be made through the Student
dence) in the state of Washington primarily for purposes Online Services at seattlecentral.edu. Delivery of mail to for academic achievement, workplace preparation,
other than educational for the period of one year immedi- the last address on record constitutes official notification and service to the community.
ately prior to the first day of the quarter and was financially to students.
independent from parents or legally appointed guardians Core Values
Release of student information Seattle Central is committed to creating a learning
for the calendar year during which college enrollment Photo ID is required to view and/or receive copies of your
begins, or 2) is a financially dependent student, one or educational records. environment that is accessible, diverse, responsive,
both of whose parents or legal guardians have maintained and innovative.
a domicile in the state of Washington for at least one year Limitation of liability
immediately prior to the first day of the quarter. The college’s total liability for claims arising from a con- Accessible
NOTE: Typically, state residents document their legal tractual relationship with the student in any way related we provide:
residence in Washington by showing that for the entire to classes or programs shall be limited to the tuition and
expenses paid by the student to the college for those class- • Learning opportunities to students from varied
12 months immediately preceding the beginning of the
quarter, they have done all of the following: 1) held a es or programs. In no event shall the college be liable for backgrounds and circumstances
Washington driver’s license or identification card, 2) had any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, • Direct and developmental pathways to instruc-
their vehicle registered in Washington, 3) have registered including but not limited to, loss of earnings or profits. tional programs
to vote in Washington, and 4) can provide proof of Student complaint process • A safe, healthy and barrier-free learning environ-
residence in the state. Students wishing to change their The Dean of Student Life and Engagement, Lexie Evans, ment
non-resident classification should petition the college is the designated complaints officer for Seattle Central
prior to their registration day, by completing a Residency and is responsible for assisting students who wish to Diverse
Questionnaire available at Registration, Rm BE1104. After register complaints about grades or the behavior of staff,
the 30th calendar day of the quarter the registrar will
faculty and administrators working for the college. Call
review residency applications for the next appropriate 206.934.3840 or come by student leadership to schedule • Basic, general, professional-technical and continu-
quarter. an appointment to determine the appropriate course of ing education
Repeating a course/grade change action. See the Student Handbook for more information • Different cultures, races, lifestyles and learning
You may repeat any credit course (one time only) and on the student complaint process. styles
request that the Division of Registration and Records Campus security information • Collaborative learning and decision-making
use the highest grade received for computing your GPA. Seattle Central's Campus Security department, located in
Unless you submit a specific request, however, the first BE1101, is committed to ensuring a safe and secure col- Responsive
grade and repeat grade will be averaged. It is your respon- lege environment. We strongly encourage you to review we promote:
sibility to notify Registration and Records when you have campus safety procedures and focus upon proactive • Programs to reflect and anticipate community
completed a repeated course. After a course grade has safety strategies. We have a website that may assist you:
been assigned, supplemental or additional class work will http://seattlecentral.edu/security/index.php. In accor- needs
not be accepted for the purposes of changing that grade dance with the Campus Security Act, Campus Security • An international focus in curricula and services
except in the case of an “I” (incomplete) grade. NOTE: also collects and maintains crime statistics. These are • Integration of general and professional-technical
Course(s) must be repeated at the same campus. available via our website or at our office. You can contact education
Attendance us at 206.934.5442. • Assessment and continuous improvement
Students may not attend any class unless they have Seattle Central is a non-smoking campus
been officially registered, and paid fees. Instructors may Washington State law prohibits smoking in public build- Innovative
not allow a student to attend their class if the student’s ings. At Seattle Central, smokers must not smoke within we practice:
name is not on the official class roster. Students who are 50 feet of a doorway. Seattle Central is committed to • A holistic model of student growth and learning
officially enrolled in credit classes must be in attendance maintaining a healthy environment for its students,
or communicate with the instructor no later than the first faculty and staff.
• Alternate teaching and learning methods
scheduled class. Students who are absent without prior • Technology-based instruction and services
approval of the instructor or the division/department See the Student Handbook at seattlecentral.edu/student
chair may be withdrawn by the college. NOTE: Students or the District Catalog at seattlecolleges.edu/catalog
should not assume that they have been dropped if they for additional information and resources.
have not attended class on the first day. This procedure is
usually implemented only when there are other students
waiting to enroll in that class.
DISCLAImeR: This class schedule is published for information purposes only. Although every effort is made to insure accuracy at the time of publication,
this class schedule shall not be construed to be an irrevocable contract between the student and the college. The colleges within Seattle Community College
District VI reserve the right to make any change in the contents and provisions of this class schedule without notice. In addition, the colleges reserve the
right to cancel, change class fees or meeting dates/times at any time without notice. 9
Registration Seattle Central
Division of Student Financial Services and Veterans Affairs
Room BE1104C 206.934.3844
The Federal financial aid process is lengthy and can often take two months
email: email@example.com or more for students to complete. We therefore strongly recommend that
web: seattlecentral.edu/finaid students begin the application process at least two months prior to the
M–Th 9 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Closed Fridays. deadline date.
First two weeks of the quarter M–Th 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. Quarter/year Complete steps 1-5 (and 6, if applicable)
by: of the financial aid application process
The Financial Aid office staff can assist students with all aspects of the finan-
cial aid application process. Students who may need help paying for college Summer 2011 May 13, 2011
are encouraged to apply for financial aid. Because there is no simple “income Fall 2011 July 28, 2011
cutoff” for determining aid eligibility, students must complete the entire Types of aid available
financial aid application process in order for us to determine if they qualify Eligible students can receive assistance in the forms of grants and
for need-based financial assistance. work-study. Seattle Central does not participate in Federal student
how to apply loan programs. A list of non-federal student loan programs is currently
All students who want to apply for available federal, state, and institutional
financial assistance must complete steps 1-5. in addition, students apply- Financial aid satisfactory academic progress (sap)
ing for Summer Quarter 2011 aid must complete step 6. requirements
1 New students must complete an admissions form. To be eligible to receive financial aid funding, students must make
Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). Seattle Central’s Financial Aid
Satisfactory Academic Progress policies address such issues as minimum
Complete the 2010-2011 Free application for Federal cumulative grade point average, minimum number of credits that must
student aid (FaFsa). For more information, please pick up a copy be completed each quarter, the maximum time frame allowed to com-
of Seattle Central’s 2010-2011 Financial Aid application packet in the plete your program of study, and the options available to students who
Financial Aid office or online at http://seattlecentral.edu/finaid. do not make Satisfactory Academic Progress. Copies of these policies are
available in the Financial Aid office and are also mailed to students with
3 submit your FaFsa to the Federal processor. If filing an
electronic FAFSA, print and sign the Certification Page and send it
their Financial Aid notification letters. It is important to note that the
Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress requirements are not the
to the Federal Processor as instructed. You will receive a Student Aid same as the college’s.
Report (SAR) approximately 3-5 weeks later. If you (and your parents,
if their data is on your FAFSA) used your Department of Education PIN
Notification of award
numbers as your electronic signature, you do not need to submit the Students who have been awarded financial aid will receive a Financial Aid
Certification Page and will receive a SAR in approximately 5 days. notification letter in the mail. This letter will list the type(s) of aid awarded
and the award amounts(s) for each quarter. It is VERY IMPORTANT that
after you receive your student aid report (sar): either students read their notification letter, as well as the rest of the information
respond to the “2010-2011 required actions Letter” sent in the notification packet, carefully. Students who are determined to be
from the Financial aid office. The letter will be sent to your email ineligible for financial aid will also be notified by mail.
address on your SAR within 2 weeks. The email details the additional
documents you are required to submit in order to complete your file. other important information
Read it thoroughly and carefully and submit all documents by the For information about basic eligibility requirements, eligible programs
appropriate deadline date. and classes, enrollment requirements, and filing a FAFSA, please pick up a
copy of Seattle Central’s Financial Aid application packet, available online
– or – at seattlecentral.edu/finaid.
contact us by bringing your sar to the Financial aid office Veterans
or by phone to request a “required Documents Letter.” Please call Tony Diaz, Veterans Affairs Program Coordinator, at
We can review your SAR while you wait and tell you by the required 206.934.4147 for information on Veterans Education Assistance Benefits
documents letter what additional required documents are needed to or for questions regarding eligibility, advance pay, career goals, tuition
complete your file. discounts for veterans, and evaluation of military credits.
5 submit all additional required documents to the Financial
aid office as requested. Apply early! 2011–2012 FAFSA applications
6 If you plan to attend summer Quarter 2011 and would
like to be considered for financial aid, you must submit a Summer deadline May 13, 2011.
summer Quarter supplemental Financial aid application
to the Financial aid office. These applications will be available Fall 2011 deadline July 28.
beginning April 11, 2011.
Summer Quarter 2011
Tuition, Fees & Refunds
CASHIER: Room BE1104A, 206.934.3879 special tuition rates
M–Th 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. GED Prep . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25.00 per qtr.
Access the amount owed on your tuition and fees due through Parent Education Co-op . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $13.00 per credit
the Web at seattlecentral.edu. Adult Basic Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25.00 per qtr.
Community Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Based on actual operating costs
Tuition and fees are due within seven business days from the date you
first register for classes or by the first day of school, whichever comes Veterans
first. If you register on or after the first day of the quarter, tuition is due Please contact Tony Diaz, Veterans Services coordinator, at 206.934.4147.
at the time of registration. Students will be dropped for non-payment Fees
if tuition is not received within the established timelines. Tuition may Drop. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6.00 per class
be paid by Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover using the Web Lab fee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$42.00
at seattlecentral.edu. Payment can also be made in person by cash, check, Additional CL class. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$21.00
money order or credit card. Checks returned because of stop payment will For students enrolled in more than one CL-coded class. The total maxi-
be charged $30.75, and the student will be immediately withdrawn from mum CL fee per quarter is $63.00.
Late registration (after 10th day of quarter). . . . . . . . . . . . . $10.00 per credit
Drop Box Location: A payment drop-off box is located outside Cashier’s Online fee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7.00 per credit
office. Please make sure the student name and identification number are Online Hybrid fee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5.25 per course
on front of the check or money order. Transcript (official copy) fee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$4.00 each
Students are responsible for their tuition payment and should For program-specific fees, contact the division office.
access the Web or the student kiosks to inquire about amount due. mandatory fees
it is the student’s responsibility to verify that payment has been
made. Financial aid students must ensure the Cashier’s office has Universal Technology Fee . . . . . . . . . . . $3 per credit (max $54 per quarter)
processed their payment. Exemptions: 1-3 credits, ABE/ESL (Below 090) /GED, ungraded courses
Student Activity fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $21.00 per quarter
TuITIoN Students enrolled in 5 or more credits of state-funded courses.
Tuition and fees are subject to change.
Transportation Management fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10.00 per quarter
*For academic, Social Security, VA, insurance and loan guarantor purposes, Students enrolled in 10 or more credits of state-funded courses.
12 or more credits is considered full-time. In order to be verified as enrolled,
tuition and fees must be paid in full. Student Photo ID Card (one time charge) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $5.00
resident tuition state support for education
1-10 credits (per credit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$87.00
Washington State contributes to the cost of resident students’ education.
11-18 credits (per credit surcharge). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35.00
19-25 credits (per credit surcharge). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$78.40 The average total cost of resident full-time tuition for a year of education
19-25 credits (per credit surcharge-Vocational). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11.75 is $6,603. Resident students pay an average of $2,521 of this amount; the
remaining $4,082 is paid for by the State of Washington. Nonresident stu-
Non-resident tuition dents pay an average of $7,356 for a year of education. Instruction cost per
1-10 credits (per credit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$259.00 FTE is $6,603 for nonresident students. The average amount of financial aid
11-18 credits (per credit surcharge). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$40.00
award per full-time equivalent resident student is $815; for nonresident
19-25 credits (per credit surcharge). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$250.40
19-25 credits (per credit surcharge - Vocational) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $37.55
High school completion tuition refunds
Resident Refunds result from a student withdrawing from the college. Refunds are
1-10 credits (per credit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$17.40 made in accordance with the quarterly schedule dates, and include a $6.00
11-18 credits (per credit surcharge). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7.00 processing fee. No refunds are given to anyone dismissed for disciplinary
19-25 credits (per credit surcharge). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $11.75 reasons or to those who do not follow official withdrawal procedures.
Non-resident This policy does not apply to non-credit classes, contract or self-support
1-10 credits (per credit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$87.00 courses. Allow from 2 to 3 weeks to process a refund.
11-18 credits (per credit surcharge). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$35.00 Withdrawal from classes due to cancellation by the college . . . . . . . . . . 100%
19-25 credits (per credit surcharge). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$78.40 Last day to withdraw with 100% refund (less $6.00 fee) . . . . . . . . . . . .June 30
Note: If you are 19 years of age or older and are a Washington state resi- Last day to withdraw with 50% refund . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .July 12
dent, you are eligible for a discounted tuition rate for high school comple- (instuctor permission required)
tion courses. Non-residents are charged resident tuition rate for high The above refund dates apply to summer quarter 2011.
school completion courses. pLeaSe nOTe: Students who stop attending classes without processing
upper division tuition for Bachelor of applied an Add/Drop form in the registration office will forfeit all claims to credit or
refunds. For classes that do not follow the regular college quarter calendar
science (B.a.s.) program refunds are applied on a timetable as established above and pro-rated to
the standard quarter length.
1-10 credits (per credit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $196.00
11-18 credits (additional per credit surcharge) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $6.51
19-25 credits (per credit surcharge). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$187.40
All fees are subject to change.
Non-resident See seattlecentral.edu for updates.
1-10 credits (per credit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $573.00
11-18 credits (additional per credit surcharge) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7.20 Visit seattlecentral.edu/payforcollege
19-25 credits (per credit surcharge). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$564.40
Registration Seattle Central
regIsTraTIoN 101: What you need to know
Student Online Services: seattlecentral.edu/registration policies
Room BE1104B 206.934.6918 (Voice/TTY 206.934.3807) Attendance Students may not attend any class unless they have been
M–Th 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. officially registered, paid fees and received a valid receipt from the college
cashier. Instructors may not allow a student to attend their class if the
new students student’s name is not on the official class roster. Students who are officially
Get started! See page 6 or seattlecentral.edu/getstarted. enrolled in credit classes must be in attendance or communicate with the
instructor no later than the first scheduled class. Students who are absent
Currently enrolled transfer students without prior approval of the instructor or the division/department chair
With less than 45 credits completed at Seattle Central: All currently may be withdrawn by the college.
enrolled/interrupted students with less than 45 credits completed at NOTE: Students should not assume that they have been dropped if they
Seattle Central will be eligible to register for classes via the Web on or have not attended class on the first day. This procedure is usually imple-
after their assigned appointment date and time. Appointment dates and mented only when there are other students waiting to enroll in that class.
times can be found on the Student Online Services web page.
Audit Students must register for the course(s) they want to audit and
With 45 or more credits completed at Seattle Central: All currently pay full fees. An “N” grade will be recorded on the student transcript. It is
enrolled transfer students with 45 credits or more completed at Seattle the student’s responsibility to consult with the instructor regarding class
Central must meet with an advisor or counselor to complete a long-range requirements. After an “N” is issued, the course may be repeated only once.
degree plan. Students will receive a letter in the mail informing them
when they have reached 45 credits. Students who have reached this Cancelled classes To request a refund and ensure withdrawal from
threshold will be unable to register for classes until they have completed courses (including cancelled courses) an add/drop form should be sub-
a long-range degree plan. mitted at Counter Services in Registration and the Cashier. Students may
withdraw using the Web prior to July 7. Please keep all receipts for proof
non-matriculated students of transactions.
Students who have not gone through the admissions process and are Dropping/withdrawals To avoid any potential problem in meeting
enrolling in only one day or evening course for 5 credits or less. your educational goals, you are strongly encouraged to meet with your
Non-matriculated students can register without an appointment between instructor before dropping any classes. Please refer to the important
the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. on the same day as new students. If you are dates in this section of the class schedule or online at seattlecentral.edu
not a U.S. citizen, bring your Permanent Resident Card with you. for withdrawal deadlines. Although you may not officially withdraw from
NOTE: Non-matriculated students cannot enroll in English, math, or natu- a class after the 8th week, regardless of your academic status, you have
ral science courses, access Web registration, receive financial aid or earn the option to contract with your instructor for an “I” –incomplete grade,
a degree/ certificate. or “NC”- No Credit. Please see the Seattle Community College Catalog for
details regarding these options. The current college catalog is at seattle-
Prerequisite course requirements indicated in this class schedule or the colleges.edu/catalog.
catalog must be fulfilled. It is the student’s responsibility to ensure that
the prerequisites are met. You may be asked to withdraw from class if the Grades Students can access grades via the Web: seattlecentral.edu.
prerequisite requirements have not been met. Requests to withdraw will Please allow one week from the end of quarter for posting.
be subject to the tuition refund determined by the college refund policy. Intra-District registration Prior to the first day of the quarter, stu-
dents enrolling in classes offered at Central, North or South Seattle
State employees Community Colleges may register for classes at any of the three campuses.
Permanent Washington state employees, employed 50 percent or more, Students registering at Central campus will need to follow the admission
may register on a space available basis using the State Employee Tuition steps. These steps can be found on the Getting Started page of this class
Waiver. Official registration takes place between the sixth and the tenth schedule. Students must pay tuition and fees in full at the time of registra-
instructional days of the quarter, or the fifth and eighth day in summer tion if participating in intra-district registration. Beginning the first day of
quarter, if there is space available. Cost is $20 for the first six credits. the quarter, students must enroll at the Registration Office on the campus
Credits over six will be charged at the regular tuition rate. Students are where the course is being taught.
responsible for any additional charges such as class fees, books, photo I.D.,
transportation fee, etc. Please contact the Registration Office to request Seattle Community College District (SCCD) does not provide tuition reduc-
a waiver form or download a form from the Web at seattlecolleges.edu/ tion for concurrent enrollment with non-SCCD colleges.
psforms.aspx. (See *Note.) For Distance Education courses, state waiver Late registration/schedule changes To be successful, students are
only applies to Visual Media courses. Not available for online or corre- always encouraged to begin classes on the first day. However, online
spondence courses. registration, in open classes (except math classes), continues through the
third day of the quarter. After the third day, an instructor’s signature is
Senior citizens required to add a class. A late fee of $10 per credit will be assessed for any
Washington State residents 60 years old or older may register for up class added after the 10th day of the quarter.
to two courses either as an audit or credit for a fee of $5.00 per class.
Seniors register on a space-available basis. Official registration takes NOTE: Math classes require course instructor’s signature from first day and
place between the sixth and the tenth instructional days of the quarter, a visit to Registration is required to drop a math class.
or the fifth and eighth day in summer quarter, if there is space available. *NoTE to state employees and senior citizens: If you pay for the class prior
Students should attend class the first week of the quarter with instructor to the end of the first week of the quarter, the college will assume you are
permission while waiting to find out if space is available. Students are not interested in using the state waiver. Students using the waiver cannot
responsible for any additional charges, such as I.D. card, fees, parking, hold a paid seat in the class prior to the second week of the quarter. If you
books or supplies. (Please see *Note.) register early, you will forfeit a 100% refund.
Summer Quarter 2011
Web registration Glossary
Web registration hours are 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week, during Entry Code A five-digit number you get from the division office, allowing
Web registration dates. you to register for a class that requires prerequisites or permission of the
Registration appointments Currently enrolled students will begin Grades can be found via Student Online Services at seattlecentral.edu/sos.
registering the seventh week of the current quarter. All currently enrolled
Allow one week from the end of quarter for posting.
students will be assigned a registration access time. Students can check this
time on the Web at seattlecentral.edu (click on “student online services”). Interrupted Students A matriculated student who has not registered in credit
Registration priority is based upon total cumulative credits earned at Seattle classes for two quarters or less. Students need to contact registration office to
Central. re-activate an online registration appointment.
Item number This four-digit number is assigned to each class section in the
1. Log on to seattlecentral.edu. course schedule (ex. 2323). It is the number you use to register for classes or
to add or drop classes.
• Click on Student Online Services.
Overloads Students are not able to register for closed classes through the
2. Select Register Online. Web. It is necessary to obtain an instructor’s signature on an Add/Drop
form. Pick up the form and return it with the instructor’s signature to room
• Key in your Student ID number, PIN, and select the quarter. BE1104B.
• Click on Register. Personal Identification Number (PIN) is used for all inquiry functions. All
• Answer the questions displayed during your first registration. students are assigned a PIN after completing their initial registration. For
security reasons, we recommend you change your PIN on a quarterly basis.
• Click on Continue.
Prerequisites All credit classes have a prerequisite. Students have to prove
eligibility for entry-level classes by testing or prior course work. Course work
3. Choose your classes. earned at another institution must be officially evaluated before being
• On the Schedule screen, enter your item numbers under Add/Drop accepted as transferable.
(up to 5 items at a time). Student Identification Number (SID) was assigned to you upon application
• When you’re sure that the item numbers are complete and correct, click to the college. This number can be used to register for classes, access grades
on Submit Add/Drop. A box will appear on screen for you to key in a or schedules, pay tuition, and all other administrative purposes.
5-digit entry code (if needed). Tuition Students who expect to pay any tuition other than the resident or non-
• Your classes and fees information will appear in the Schedule box. resident rate (i.e., any kind of waiver) must come to the Division of Registration
and Records, Room BE1104B, to provide the appropriate documentation for
• Click the Change Credits button and select the number of credits you the waiver. Workforce Education students registering for more than 18 credits
want. (This box will only appear for variable-credit classes.) also need to come to the Division of Registration and Records, Room BE1104B,
• Check the messages and follow the instructions if there were errors (i.e., prior to paying tuition.
if the class is already full) or there was a block (i.e., flag on record or entry Variable credit classes If the class is being offered for a range of credit amounts,
code required). for example 1-15 credits, Web registration will register you for the maximum
• Click on Finish. amount of credits being offered. To change the credit amount, you first must
register for the class, once registered click the “change credit box” (this box
4. Make a payment. only appears for variable credit classes).
Wait list The wait list feature offers students a fair, consistent method of
• Tuition and fees are due within seven business days from the date you
enrolling in a full class if openings occur. If a class with the waiting list
first register for classes or by the first day of school, whichever comes
option is full and you choose to be put on the waiting list, you will be
first. If you register on or after the first day of the quarter, tuition is due
automatically enrolled into the class when a space becomes available. You
at the time of registration. Students will be dropped for non-payment
can add your name to a waiting list on the Web. If you decide you no longer
if tuition is not received within the established timelines. Tuition may
want to be on the waiting list for a class, return to the Web to have your
be paid by Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover using the Web
name removed from the waiting list. Please check your schedule frequently
under Student Online Services, pay for classes.
to find out if you have gotten into the class and to know your tuition and
fees. If you owe additional tuition, remember to pay within the time frame
5. Print out your receipt. allowed (see tuition fees and refund page). If you have not been enrolled
• This gives you a copy of your class schedule, amount due and a record of via the automated process by the first day of the quarter, go to the class to
the transaction. obtain an instructor’s signature if possible. Bring signed overload form to
the registration office for processing. The last day to register is on the 10th
day of the quarter and tuition is due immediately.
Summer quarter begins Monday, June 27 Web registration hours are 5 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week, during
Check out the 2010–2012 District Catalog Web registration dates.
seattlecolleges.edu/catalog Workforce Education Students A matriculated student who has been
accepted into a specific professional/technical program.
Student services Student Accident Insurance
Student Leadership, Room mAC350
eattle Central’s student services staff can help you take charge of your
learning and your life. We offer an array of resources to enrich your college Student Academic Assistance
experience. Tutoring, advising, counseling, multicultural support services, 206.934.3852, Be1102B1
m–Th 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m..
career assistance—and more—are free to enrolled and returning students. www.seattlecentral.org/academic-assistance
Student Support Services, TRIO Project
Advising Center Disability Support Services (DSS) (funded by the US Dept. of Education)
206.934.4068, Room Be1102 206.934.4183, Room Be1112 Provides free services promoting the academic,
mWTh 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.; Tu 8 a.m.–6:30 p.m. m–Th 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. career, and personal growth of students
seattlecentral.edu/advising Call for an appointment pursuing an associates degree in preparation
Provides a staff of trained academic advisors seattlecentral.edu/disability-support for transfer to a four-year institution. Eligible
who assist students in the planning and com- Provides physical and programmatic accom- students meet with a counselor for a needs
pletion of long-term educational and career modations to persons with documented dis- assessment; they may then engage in any
goals. Advisors verify course eligibility based on abilities. To be eligible for disability-related of the program’s service areas: counseling,
previous college coursework or test scores, pro- services, students must have a disability as tutoring, career information, supplemental
vide information about program requirements, defined by the Americans with Disabilities instruction in math and English, study skills
and assist students with course scheduling. Act of 1990 (ADA) and Section 504 of the and personal growth workshop, and trips to
Advising is recommended prior to registration. Rehabilitation Act of 1973. four-year colleges and universities.
Career Services Center Disability Support Services provides a
variety of auxiliary services to the commu- Testing Office
206.934.4383, Room Be1102e nity college, such as sign language interpreters,
m–Th 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m 206.934.6344, Room Be1106
assistive technology, and exam modifications. mT 8 a.m.–7:30 p.m.; W–Th 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
seattlecentral.edu/careercenter Auxiliary requests such as Brailing and books seattlecentral.edu/testing
All Career Center services are FREE to students on tape are to be requested at least six weeks
and job seekers — one to one career assess- Provides assessment and testing services.
in advance. There may be a delay in services if Most exams do not require an appointment.
ments, advising and planning to assist indi- less notification is given.
viduals to explore their interests, personality COMPASS exams for general placement are
type, skills and values and how they relate to International Student Information offered daily; GED exams and proctoring
career planning. Services include resume and 206.934.3893, Room SA102 services are offered weekly.
cover letter assistance, job search and inter- seattlecentral.edu/international Veterans Services
view preparation, scholarship information, This office helps international students get 206.934.4147, Room Be1104
career exploration, college search, employer started in their educational program and seattlecentral.edu/veterans.php
lists, and online automated employment ser- adjust to the Seattle area. Helps veterans and eligible dependents receive
vice Interface (for employers, students and and maintain VA educational benefits while in
alumni only). Free weekly workshops.
206.934.4085, Room Be1103
College Success Program m-Th 8:30 a.m. – 3 p.m. Worker Retraining
206.934.3168, Room Be1102D5 Promotes institutional responsiveness to the 206.934.6310, fax 206.934.4390
seattlecentral.edu/collegesuccess needs of students of color, and students of Room Be4177, mTWTh 8 a.m.–5:00.p.m.
email: firstname.lastname@example.org diverse cultural backgrounds. The office dis- seattlecentral.edu/wrp; startnextquarter.org
Are you a former foster youth? You may be seminates information on diversity resources Helps unemployed individuals acquire the
eligible to be a part of a program at Seattle for students, faculty, and staff. It also helps skills and training they need to return to work.
Central that can offer you financial assistance new students access college support servic- It is a partnership between Seattle Central’s
and support services while attending college. es, introduces them to college success skills, professional/technical programs and the
College Transfer Center and facilitates programs such as the annual state Employment Security Department to
Students of Color Conference. provide job training to eligible members of
206.934.5469, Room Be1102
seattlecentral.edu/transfercenter Outreach & Recruitment Services (ORS) Washington’s workforce. Call to attend an
Planning to transfer to a four-year university? 206.934.3898, Room Be1104 Admissions information session.
Get help researching schools and admissions m–Th 8 a.m.–6:00 p.m. Workforce Education (WF) –
requirements, and assistance with the appli- seattlecentral.edu/outreach Intake Advising
cation process. The center also coordinates email: email@example.com 206.934.4188, Room Be 1102C7
transfer fairs, workshops, and visits from Fax: 206.934.6321 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. by appointment or drop in
college representatives. Provides literature, resources, and campus tours firstname.lastname@example.org
Collegewide Tutoring to schools, businesses, and community orga- For new students who have completed the
nizations. Campus tours offer an introduc- Admissions process and want to find out how
206.934.0973, Room Be2102 tion to Seattle Central’s people and facilities.
m-Th 8 a.m.–8 p.m. to start a professional/technical program,
Visit seattlecentral.edu/outreach/tours for tour advice on class requirements, or how to be
Free individual and group tutoring in many schedule and location.
college transfer classes and professional added to the waitlist for programs that
technical programs. require pre- approval. A list of WF programs
and links to information about our WF pro-
grams is located at seattlecentral.edu/proft-
Summer Quarter 2011
Check out seattlecentral.edu/student/stu_resources.php
Art Gallery Cosmetology Parking Services
206.934.4379, Room Be2116 Atrium 206.934.5477, 1500 harvard Ave 206.934.6932, Room Be1143
m–Th 10 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. m–Th 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.
Seattle Culinary Academy
The M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery is a formal Atrium grill and deli
exhibition space, featuring a broad spectrum m–Th 7:30 a.m.–3 p.m. 206.934.5424
of displays and programs of activities. “The Buzz” espresso café T–Th 11:15 a.m. – 12:45 p.m.
m–Th 7:30 a.m.–8 p.m. seattlecentral.edu/seattleculinary/
The Bookstore restaurants.php
Convenience Store (C-Store), main Be hall
206.934.4148, Room mAC250 SCA operates two restaurants on campus that
m–Th 7:30 a.m.–8 p.m.
m–Th 8 a.m.–5 p.m., F 9 a.m.–1 p.m. are open to the public.
The Bookstore, located in Charles H. Mitchell Seattle Central’s atrium houses a cafeteria
serving breakfast and lunch, and a student Square One Bistro
Activity Center, is well-stocked with new and Contemporary casual dining. Soups, salads,
used textbooks, school supplies, and sun- lounge.
seafood, meats and desserts.
dry items. The bookstore offers a textbook IRC Media Center One World Dining
buy-back service the last three days of each 206.934.4053, Room Be2101, State-of-the art menus from around the
school quarter. Extended hours the first week Call for hours globe, including cuisine from the Pacific
of each quarter. Provides audio and visual equipment and Northwest.
Campus Optical facilities such as audio and video tapes, video Security
206.934.5440 (call for hours) cameras and monitors, closed-circuit televi-
sion, and cable programs. 206.934.5442, Day: Room Be1131
Child Care Center (second office by north entrance)
206.934.6938, Room Be1113 m–Th 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m., after 5:30 p.m. call if
(Instructional Resource Center)
seattlecentral.edu/childcare security is needed
206.934.4050, Room BE2101
The center provides quality care for children seattlecentral.edu/library A brochure listing safety reminders and
of students, staff and faculty. The classroom m–Th 7:45 a.m.–8 p.m. important phone numbers is available upon
programs emphasize the warmth and love The library offers a wide range of resource request. In the event of an on-campus acci-
due all children. materials and services to students and the dent or injury, report the accident to the
The child care center is certified to care for community. Librarians are available to help campus security office so your injury can be
children ages 18 months through 5 years old. you take advantage of the college’s computer treated and an accident report can be com-
Teacher/child ratio is maintained at 1:10 or less databases and find books, reference guides, pleted. Instructors must be notified if the acci-
for preschool age children and 1:7 or less for periodicals and video tapes. The library dent occurs during class. The security office
toddlers. Registration is required. database is part of a district and regional inter- is responsible for the campus lost and found.
Parent/Child Center library loan service. Have 206.934.5442 in your cell phone to call
security in case of emergency or incident on
206.934.6906, Room Be1124 Charles H. Mitchell Activity Center (MAC)
206.934.6315, 1718 Broadway, Room mAC314
parent infant & toddler classes m–F 7 a.m.–7 p.m.; Sat,Sun 10 a.m.–4 p.m.
These classes provide children with opportu- seattlecentral.edu/mac
nities to learn and grow through song, dance, The Charles H. Mitchell Activity Center offers
music, art and play materials. Parents share diverse activities to the campus and gener-
experiences with each other in a relaxed al community to promote healthy lifestyles,
environment with the support of a parent wellness and recreational programs, ranging
education instructor. from individual workouts to organized exer-
Parent Cooperative Preschools cise classes and team sports. Members are
Seattle Central sponsors off-campus Parent eligible to use all of the MAC’s facilities and are New phone numbers
Cooperative Preschools. See the Web site for provided sports equipment and towels free of All office and department phone
more information. charge. Here’s what you will find at the MAC:
numbers will have a new pre-
Computer Center • Weight room, cardio and selector machines
• Gymnasium with indoor track fix—934. The last four digits will
206.934.4194, Room Be3148 • Personal training remain the same. Old, non-934
m–Th 7 a.m.–10 p.m.
• Racquetball and squash courts numbers will continue to work
The center, available to all Seattle Central • Saunas/Jacuzzi
students, offers IBM-compatible and until this fall.
• Game room, pool tables, table tennis, video
Macintosh computers. Current Seattle Central games and more!
enrollment, payment of universal technology
fee and/or computer lab fee, and a student
identification card are required. Prior to use,
SuMMER houRS—Campus closed Fridays June 27–September 2
students without computer experience are See page 2
encouraged to enroll in MIC 102, a short,
1-credit orientation course.
Start your four-year degree here
s a transfer student at Seattle Central, How long will it take to complete a.a. special requirements
you can prepare to meet freshman- your A.A. or A.S. degree? • These are not additional credits but are taken
and sophomore-level course require- Both degrees are 90 credits. It generally takes as part of basic skills distribution or electives.
ments of the college or university to which full-time (12-15 credits) students anywhere • They include communication, global studies,
you will transfer. from six to eight quarters to complete their U.S. cultures, and minimum 8 credits of inte-
Don’t go it alone. Seattle Central offers Associate Degree. After students transfer into grated studies.
tutoring services, academic assistance and a four-year school, it generally takes an addi-
enrichment programs to help you succeed.
See the Seattle Community Colleges 2010–
tional two years to complete their Bachelor of
Arts or Bachelor of Science Degree.
associate of science
2012 district catalog: seattlecolleges.edu/cata-
log for information. What transfer degrees are Transfer (a.s.-T)
available at Seattle Central? Degree
academic advising College and university transfer students have
two main degree options: an Associate of Arts The Associate of Science Transfer Degree
Center (A.A.) or Associate of Science (A.S.). The A.A. (A.S.-T) is intended to transfer to all
degree provides a broad range of courses in Washington state four-year institutions with
206.934.4068, Room BE1102
m–Th 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. the humanities and arts, natural and physical junior standing. Degree requirements include:
Provides a staff of trained academic advi- sciences, mathematics, and the social sciences. • Completion of at least 90 approved credits
The Associate of Science offers students sev- with a 2.0 cumulative GPA;
sors who assist students in the planning and • At least 15 credits must be earned at the
completion of long-term educational and eral options: general A.S.-DTA, A.S.-T Option 1,
and A.S.-T Option 2. Seattle Community College granting the
career goals. degree.
What can the Advising Center do
for you? associate of arts Seattle Central Community College offers two
options for an Associate of Science Transfer
Interpret requirements for transfer degrees
Help develop your educational plan
(a.a.) Degree Degree:
The A.A. is a 90-credit transfer degree that OpTiOn 1: biological sciences, environmental
• Interpret COMPASS and ASSET test results fulfills general education (freshman- and soph- sciences, chemistry, geology, earth sciences.
• Assist with schedule planning omore-level) requirements for most degrees OpTiOn 2: Focus of study in engineering, com-
Do you have to make an in arts and sciences at the four-year schools puter science, physics, atmospheric science.
appointment? which accept the Direct Transfer Agreement
(DTA). Classes indicated must be selected
The advising office offers both appointments
and drop-in advising. from an approved list published in the District Get a Bachelor’s
Mon & Wed, 9-11 a.m.;
Intermediate algebra proficiency
degree right here
Tues & Thurs,1-3 p.m.; Demonstrate proficiency in intermediate alge- at Seattle Central!
Appointments are scheduled for 30 minutes. bra by passing MATH 098 with a 2.0 minimum Interested in a career in social services or
The first week of each quarter is drop-in only. grade or pass an approved higher-level math mental health, or are you in the field but
When should you see an advisor? course. For alternate ways of demonstrating want to advance? Enroll in Seattle Central’s
intermediate algebra proficiency please see Bachelor of Applied Science (BAS) program.
• See an advisor when you decide on a major.
the A.A. degree requirements section in the The degree requires 60 credits of upper
• Come in well in advance of your last quarter
catalog. division Applied Behavioral Science class-
to analyze your degree requirements for
graduation. basic skills – 15 credits es. Applicants must have an Associates of
• College transfer students must see an • 10 credits, English Composition Applied Science two-year degree in social and
advisor before or at 45 credits to develop a • 5 credits, Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning human services, chemical dependency, child
long-range degree plan. and family studies or interpreter training.
distribution – 45 credits With our central location, you can stay
If you want to complete a • 15 credits required in each of the three close to home, saving time and money. And
workforce or professional/ distribution areas: (1) visual, literary and per- our classes are conveniently offered in the
technical program, should you forming arts; (2) individuals, cultures and evenings.
speak with an advisor? societies; and (3) the natural world. For more information about Seattle Central’s
No. If you’re interested in a workforce program, • Within each distribution area, students are BAS in Applied Behavioral Science call
attend an information session or make an required to take courses from at least two 206.934.6900, or visit seattlecentral.edu/BAS.
appointment with the Workforce Education different disciplines.
Manager at email@example.com or go to
room BE1102 C-7.
electives – 30 credits
• Must include 15 credits of academic/college
• A maximum of 15 credits of “restricted” elec-
tives are allowed. These include a maximum
of 6 credits each of human development and
library research courses.
Summer Quarter 2011
What is the
The Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) ensures
that a student who completes the Associate
of Arts degree (A.A.-DTA), Associate of Science
Degree (A.S.-DTA), Associate in Elementary
Education (DTA/MRP), or Associate in Math
Education (DTA/MRP) at Seattle Central
Community College will have satisfied the
lower division general education (or core)
requirements at the various baccalaureate
Direct Transfer agreement schools
• Bastyr University
• Central Washington University
• Cornish College of the Arts
• Eastern Washington University
• Gonzaga University Student displays poster from “The water Footprint Project,” which integrates students from Sociology,
• Heritage College English, and Desktop Publishing classes.
• Northwest University
Pacific Lutheran University
Saint Martin’s University Five steps for a College Transfer
Seattle Pacific University
successful transition Center
• The Evergreen State College to a four-year school 206.934.5469 Room BE1102
• Washington State University within your first 45 credits: m 8 a.m.–12:30 p.m.; T 9 a.m.–6:30 p.m.;
• Western Washington University W 9 a.m.–4:30 p.m., Th 1-4:30 p.m.;
• Whitworth College 1. explore different majors, interests, and
The college transfer center is open to all
Does uW-seattle honor the registered students who want to transfer
Visit the Career Services Center, BE1102E, to
Direct Transfer agreement? to a four-year college or university. Learn
take career and personality tests and explore
The University of Washington–Seattle campus about transfer opportunities and application
majors. The Cooperative Education Office,
conducts a comprehensive review of each can- requirements; meet with representatives from
BE1103, is the place to find jobs, internships,
didate. They will consider all students with an local and national four-year colleges and uni-
and volunteer opportunities.
A.A. or A.S. who have a minimum GPA of 2.50, 2. Search for colleges that offer your major versities. Workshops are held each quarter to
but consider several other factors in your appli- assist students preparing to transfer.
Visit the Transfer Center early! Utilize the
cation. Still, at least 30 percent of UW-Seattle library of college catalogs and transfer The transfer resource library contains cata-
students come from Washington community guides, and computers for conducting col- logs, transfer guides, applications and informa-
colleges. lege searches. tion on majors for local and national four-year
colleges and universities. The center provides
additional transfer agreements 3. Create a long-range plan with an
Internet access to colleges and universities
The transfer student who has earned an A.A., academic advisor
A.S., Associate in Elementary Education or within your last 45 credits:
The college transfer center can:
Associate in Math Education degree will gen-
• Help with your college applications
erally have junior-level standing (90 quarter 4. Gather application materials and attend
transfer planning workshops • Review your admissions essays
credits or 60 semester credits) at the receiv-
• Request application packets from each • Help you research four-year colleges and
ing institution. Students who transfer within
school to which you have decided to apply. universities.
these agreements must still meet require-
ments in major, minor and professional pro- • Attend transfer planning workshops.
grams. While some institutions may guarantee • Research scholarships through the Career Many locations, one goal:
admission into the university, the DTA does Services Center. student success.
not guarantee admission into a specific pro- 5. Get your applications ready for
gram/major. deadlines The Learning Support Network—
• Financial Aid (FAFSA) deadlines are generally call 206.934.0972 or visit
• Request your SCCC transcripts and apply for room BE2102.
graduation in Registration & Records.
• Write your admissions essay. Have the staff of
the Tutoring Center review it.
Workforce & Women’s services Become a teacher!
206.934.3854 room 202, Fine arts Building (se corner of Harvard & pine) Teacher Training/education programs
m–Th 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. North plaza,room 115
seattlecentral.edu/womens-prog email: Womensprograms@sccd.ctc.edu 206.934.3895
For students and our neighbors in For all Seattle Central students Seattle Central offers many opportunities for
the community Workforce & Women’s Programs provides students who want to become teachers.
Women in Society, our Wednesday Noon information about resources available at
Lecture Series is offered fall, winter, and
associate in elementary education
Seattle Central and in the community. This College Transfer program
spring quarters. Please contact us or check us includes information on scholarships, com- Designed to transfer to BA in elementary
out online for our schedule of speakers and munity organizations and resources, and vol- education programs in Washington state,
topics for this combination course and lecture unteer or internship opportunities. We have the degree program connects students to
event. Hear from leaders in the community a collection of books, magazines and articles resources and opportunities related to the
and view films that discuss a variety of sub- about health care, job search, and Women’s teaching field, including an active Teachers
jects which affect women around the world. Studies. An outreach worker from Seattle and of Tomorrow (TOT) club and a West/B test
For WorkFirst/TanF program King County Public Health is available onsite preparation course.
participants, Basic Food recipients, to help you apply for free or low cost health
insurance or to apply for financial assistance Seattle Central to the UW:
unemployed workers and special Future Teachers for america
populations with electric and water bills. Wednesdays from
9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. staff from Neighborhood Seattle Central has teamed up with the
Workforce & Women’s Programs offers special University of Washington to offer support and
services and support to low-income students House are available to assist with job search,
resume preparation, and transportation need resources to students who are traditionally
who want to get into school, stay in school, underrepresented in the field of education.
and prepare for a job with a future. We also requests.
Workforce & Women’s Programs sponsors This program is for those students interested
offer targeted short-term training programs in transferring to the University of Washington
and tuition assistance for parents currently student activities and organizations, such as
the Women’s Forum publication. We sponsor to earn their teaching degree.
receiving TANF (Temporary Assistance for
Needy Families) and support services to stu- the groups W.I.S.E. (Women in Science and future math Teacher scholarship
Engineering) and EMPOWR (Empowerment This program is for working paraprofessionals
dents exploring careers in our profession- without A.A. degrees who want to become
al/technical fields. Please call Workforce & Means Political Organizations for Women’s
Rights). math teachers. Students must meet eligibility
Women’s Programs at 206.934.3854 or stop criteria. Provides full tuition scholarships for
by our office for more information. Please come in to visit us in Room 202 of
the Fine Arts Building on the corner of Pine the pathway of earning an associate in math
and Harvard, or phone us at 206.934.3854. education degree through an alternative
route to certification program.
associate in math education
running start eligibility
To participate, a student must:
A program for students who want to transfer
room Be1102 C-1 • be under 21 years of age to a university to earn a teaching certificate to
206.934.3820 • be enrolled in a Washington state public become a math teacher. Fulfills prerequisites
www.seattlecentral.edu/runstart needed to transfer to university BA in Math
high school or district
Free college credit! • be a junior or senior Education programs in Washington state.
Running Start allows eligible juniors and • have parent/guardian and counselor Non-credit certificate program
seniors to earn high school and college credit approvals Teaching english to Speakers
simultaneously by taking courses at a com- • place in English 101 and/or Math of Other Languages (TeSOL)
munity college. With planning, it may be pos- 102/103/107 on the COMPASS test. Try The TESOL non-credit certificate is for those
sible to earn an Associate of Arts degree—the the sample COMPASS mathematics, read- with a bachelor’s degree who want to travel
first two years of a bachelor’s degree—by the ing and writing skills questions online at and work internationally teaching English.
time you graduate high school. seattlecentral.edu/testing/.
Call 206.934.3820 today. The sooner you
complete the application process, the bet- High school
ter your chances to get classes you want. Completion
For complete eligibility requirements, visit
seattlecentral.edu/runstart or stop by room
room Be1104 206.934.5450
The High School Completion Program pro-
Check out the 2010–2012 vides students with opportunities to complete
District Catalog a diploma. The student must complete the
seattlecolleges.edu/catalog process for admissions, submit an official high
school transcript for evaluation, and complete
the COMPASS placement testing to determine
eligibility into the courses needed for high
Summer Quarter 2011
Phi Theta Kappa honor society, 2010-11
206.934.6924 Student ambassador Corps is a team of
Committees allow students to participate
in decision-making related to the administra-
tion of the college, the organization of major
campus events, and the problem-solving of
1710 Broadway, MAC350 (above the Bookstore) seasoned student leaders encouraging the specific student-related concerns.
M-Th, 8 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. success of their fellow students by informing
them of resources and opportunities and
student accident insurance
TuDENT LEADERSHIp facilitates assist with programs and initiatives that arise
throughout the year. Information about insurance can be obtained
leadership and supports student devel- in the Student Leadership Office. Students
opment, creating connections for stu- intercultural activities Board (iaB) pro-
vides local activities and opportunities for enrolled in six or more credit hours per quarter
dent success and provides training and edu- are eligible to enroll in this insurance plan.
cation in many formats. Boards and councils involvement and strives to maximize inter-
participate in orientations, and the weekly action between domestic and international Lockers
Leadership Institute presents hands-on leader- students. There are lockers available for student use
ship training. Quarterly Leadership Luncheons College Outreach and recruitment located throughout campus. Student
celebrate the accomplishments of student Team (COrT) represents, promotes and Leadership rents the lockers, located at the
leaders. The Student Development Transcript recruits all community members to Seattle South entrance. For more information on
provides official documentation of leadership Central. This team provides campus tours for locker rentals, visit the Student Leadership
involvement and accomplishments. prospective students and represents Seattle office or call 206.934.6924.
The associated Student Council (aSC), Central at events and college fairs.
the official student government, is respon- Student Website and publications Team eVeNTs (fall, winter & spring)
sible for representing student interests to the (SWap) is committed to fair, accurate and associated student Council
college administration and for facilitating inclusive reporting of news and events on meetings
the organization of a broad range of student campus. This team develops and maintains
Thursdays, 2 – 4 p.m.
committees. student publications that highlight issues
Student Leadership Conference Room
The College activities Board (CaB) most relevant to student life at Seattle Central.
Clubs Each year, Seattle Central students All students welcome. For more information,
develops and organizes events and activities contact the ASC at 206.934.4057.
on campus that celebrate the diversity of form more than 60 diverse student-run orga-
our community, promote student involve- nizations. A complete list of all clubs is avail- Leadership Institute workshops
ment and foster collaboration among student able in the Student Leadership Office. You can Tuesdays, 2 – 3 p.m., mAC210
organizations. start your own club! It’s a simple process. An opportunity for all students to gain lead-
Student Organizations resource phi Theta Kappa is the International ership skills. For more information, contact
Council (SOrC) facilitates the organization Academic Honor Society of the Two-Year 206.934.4134.
and orientation of Seattle Central’s club life. College. The members of Seattle Central’s
chapter, Alpha Chi Zeta, promote Phi Theta
This team helps clubs access the information,
Kappa’s mission to recognize and encourage
Connect with Student Leadership
resources and training available to them. seattlecentral.edu/SLfacebook 19
Start a new career!
eattle Central offers 30 professional/technical programs to prepare MARITIME
students for careers that offer advancement and respond to Marine Deck Technology – FWSpS
current 21st century workforce needs. Programs are taught by industry Three-quarters plus at-sea internship
On-board experience plus classes in nautical science,
professionals in facilities that mirror real-world work environments. computation, and communication prepares students for
a career in the maritime industry.
Workforce Intake office Opticianry – FW
206.934.4188 Be1102 C-7 Marine Engineering Technology – FWSpS
Seven-quarter, A.A.S. degree
seattlecentral.edu/proftech Three-quarters plus at-sea internship
Opticians design and fit eyewear and contact lenses.
email: firstname.lastname@example.org Combines shipboard experience, engineering, and compu-
Students get real-world experience in the campus optical tation to train students to become professional mariners.
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE shop.
Respiratory Care – F SOCIAL & HUMAN SERVICES
Interpreter Training – F
Seven-quarter, A.A.S. degree Bachelor of Applied Science (B.A.S.)
Six-quarter A.A.S. Transfer degree
60 upper division credits in Applied Behavioral Science.
Students learn to facilitate communication between deaf Learn to evaluate, treat, and care for patients with breath-
ing disorders. Class and lab instruction is combined with Requires A.A.S. degree in Social and Human Services,
and hearing people using American Sign Language.
clinical experience. Chemical Dependency, Child and Family Studies, or
Deaf Interpreter Training – F Interpreter Training.
Six-quarter certificate Surgical Technology – F
Chemical Dependency – FWSpS
Prepares deaf students to work as interpreters for the deaf. Three-quarter certificate Four-quarter certificate
Surgical technologists assist surgical teams in medical
CREATIVE ARTS operations. Students learn science, medical terminology, Graduates will train to practice in direct service positions in
Apparel Design – F and surgical skills in lab and clinical settings. Washington State licensed chemical dependency facilities.
Six-quarter A.A.S. degree Child & Family Studies – FWSpS
Classes in fashion, computers, design, color, and sewing INFORMATION TECHNOLOGy / IT Three- to four-quarter certificate
prepare students to work in the apparel manufacturing and Applications Support –FWSpS A foundation for students interested in working with chil-
design industry. Three-quarter certificate or five- to six-quarter A.A.S. dren and families. Courses meet licensing requirements
Commercial Photography – F degree for child care providers and Child Development Associate
Six-quarter A.A.S. degree Students learn software applications and how to sup- clock hours.
Equips students with technical knowledge, creative vision and port users. Classes prepare students for Microsoft Office Social & Human Services – FWSpS
business acumen to be successful professional photographers. Specialist exams. Six-quarter A.A.S. degree
Film and Video – F Business Information Technology – FWSpS Train to work in human service occupations or prepare for
Six-quarter A.A.S. degree Three-quarter certificate or six-quarter A.A.S. degree a BA degree in human services, counseling, or social work.
Students learn scriptwriting, editing, production design, Real-world office skills such as customer service, WOOD CONSTRUCTION
directing, audio, and post-production to master the skills management, and professionalism are taught along with
needed in the film and television industry. IT skills. Carpentry – FWSpS
Four-quarter certificate, five or more quarter A.A.S.
Graphic Design – F Database Administration & Development – FWSpS
Four-quarter certificate degree
Six-quarter certificate or seven-quarter A.A.S. degree Students prepare for employment in the home construc-
Combines traditional and computer-based instruction in Trains students to organize data, install database manage- tion, remodeling, and light commercial construction
professional design, illustration and typography. ment software, create and secure databases and design
database driven applications. trades with hands-on shop learning.
Publishing Arts – F Cabinetmaking – FWSpS
Three-quarter certificate Network Design and Administration – FWSpS
Five-quarter certificate, six-quarter A.A.S. degree
Students use creative and technical skills to learn how to Four-quarter certificate or three-quarter certificate for The combination of technical information with practical
plan, create, and publish professional projects. Cisco, five- to six-quarter A.A.S.-T degree.
shop application prepares students for careers in cabinet-
Students learn to design, evaluate, and manage systems
CULINARy such as local and wide area networks and other data com- making and fine woodworking.
Culinary Arts – FWSp munications systems. Marine Carpentry – FWSpS
Six-quarter certificate or seven-quarter A.A.S. degree Six-quarter certificate, eight-quarter A.A.S. degree
Chef-instructors transform students into chefs by teaching Programming – FWSpS Students work in a boat shop environment repairing and
culinary theory and management, combined with the real- Four-quarter certificate or five- to six-quarter A.A.S.-T building both wood and fiberglass boats.
life experience of preparing meals for two restaurants. degree
Trains students to write, test, and maintain computer
Specialty Breads & Desserts – FWSp programs with an emphasis on object-oriented design. Many of our programs admit students all year round;
Five-quarter certificate or six-quarter A.A.S. degree some only admit students during certain quarters.
Students learn a combination of traditional and cutting edge Web Design – FWSpS
curricula from chefs in the classroom and in a pastry shop. Four-quarter certificate or five- to six-quarter A.A.S.-T Use this chart to help develop your academic plan.
degree. new students can F fall quarter.
HEALTH This evening program trains students to create graphics,
Dental Hygiene – F begin program: W winter quarter.
design navigational elements and structure content to Sp spring quarter.
Seven-quarter, A.A.S.-T degree produce Web sites. FWSpS any quarter
Includes theory, lab, business and health courses, and clini-
Web Development – FWSpS of the year.
cal practice at Central’s state-of-the-art dental facility. Prerequisite courses required
Four-quarter certificate or five- to six-quarter A.A.S.-T
Nursing – F degree (before enrollment)
Six-quarter, A.A.S.-T degree Combines programming, Web design, and using data- A.A.S.-T Associate of Applied Science Transfer
Science courses, lab skills, nursing theory, and hands-on bases to produce Web sites. degree (contains 20 transferable general
clinical practice prepare students to work as registered education credits).
nurses. LPN to RN transition degrees available. A.A.S. Associate of Applied Science degree.
Interested? Email the workforce manager at email@example.com NOTE: Many programs have waitlists and/or
prerequisite class requirements.
Summer Quarter 2011
Getting to Seattle Central is easy!
our main campus is the only community college in the city core— Student carpools
Student carpools are required to register with
just a 15 minute walk from downtown Seattle. Transportation Services (BE1112). A student
Transportation Services Washington State Ferries carpool is defined as three or more registered,
206.934.6931, Room BE1143 Eligible students are entitled to a refund paid students commuting together for at
M–Th 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m. subsidy each quarter on ferry passes. Contact least 50% of the carpool’s longest individual
seattlecentral.edu/transportation the Transportation Services office for forms commute distance. Student carpooling is
and requirements. FREE between the hours 7 a.m. and 12 noon,
The Transportation Services office is here to
Monday through Friday. A student carpool per-
help you. Drop by the office or visit the Web Student parking mit is required. All carpool parking is available
site for information, forms and more. Parking is limited at Seattle Central and in the on a first-come, first-served basis. Availability of
Public transit Capitol Hill area. Two types of parking per- parking space and permits is not guaranteed.
Seattle Central is well served by excellent mits are available to students: daytime (all-
day) and evening (noon-evening) permits. Bicycle and motorcycle
bus service. Metro routes 9, 10, 49, and 60,
The daytime permit is sold through a lot- Students riding bicycles and motorcycles can
provide direct bus service to campus on
tery basis. All students are eligible to submit park free on campus. No permit is required,
Broadway and E. Pine. In addition, routes 8,
their names during the parking registration but all bicycles and motorcycles must park in
11 (125 from SW Seattle), and 43 are a mere
period at the Transportation Services office. designated areas.
block away. To tailor a door-to-door trip, go
to http://tripplanner.metrokc.gov. The evening permit is available for stu- Driving directions to Seattle Central
dents attending classes beginning at noon heading south on i-5 Take the Stewart and
Student bus pass Denny Exit #166, immediately get into the
Students are eligible to purchase a discount- and throughout the evening. Purchase eve-
ning permits at the campus cashier. far left lane, turn left at Denny and drive east
ed bus pass called the “ORCA.” The ORCA is
parking fees per quarter (fall–spring) to Broadway, at Broadway turn right and
valid anywhere on Metro and Sound Transit
Day (before 12 noon) by lottery . . . . . . . . . .$125 proceed to Broadway and Pine.
buses, including the Sounder train. Purchase
Evening (after 12 noon) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $75 heading north on i-5 Take the James Street
the ORCA directly at the campus cashier.
exit, drive east on James Street, turn left on
OrCa fees per quarter Summer parking fees Broadway and proceed to Broadway and Pine.
Students with 10 or more credits. . . . . . . . .$115 Day (before 12 noon) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $84
Students with less than 10 credits . . . . . . . .$150 Evening (after 12 noon) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$50
Charles H. Mitchell Broadway
Activity Center on Broadway
[MAC] Apartments South
Statement of non-Discrimination The Family educational
english somali/af soomaali rights and privacy act
Seattle Central Community College is committed to the Kuliyadda Jaaliyada Bartamaha Seattle “Seattle Central The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)
concept and practice of equal opportunity for all its stu- Community College” ayaa u daacad ah aaraada guud affords students certain rights with respect to their edu-
dents, employees, and applicants in education, employ- iyo ku-dhaqanka u sinnaanta fursadaheeda dhammaan cation records. These rights are:
ment, services and contracts, and does not discriminate ee ay siiso ardaydeeda, shaqaalaheeda iyo kuwa soo
on the basis of race or ethnicity, color, age, national origin, codsada waxbarashada, shaqadda, adeegyada, qanda- • The right to inspect and review their education records;
religion, marital status, sex, gender, sexual orientation, raasyada, kala soocna aassaas uguma dhigto jinsiyad • the right to request the amendment of the student’s
Vietnam-era or disabled veteran status, political affilia- ama qolo, midab, da’, qowmiyadda asalka qofka, diin, education records that the student believes is inac-
tion or belief, citizenship/status as a lawfully admitted xaalad guur, jinsi, jandarka, u-jeedka isu-tagga, ciidam- curate or misleading;
immigrant authorized to work in the United States, or ada waqtigii-fiyetnaam ama dagaal naafo kasoo gaartey, • the right to consent to disclosures of personally
presence of any physical, sensory, or mental disability, ku lug la haahaanshaha siyaasad, aaminaad, xaaladdiisa identifiable information contained in the student’s
except where a disability may impede performance at muwaaddinnimo wadankan si sharci ahaan loogu ogo- education records, except to the extent that FERPA
an acceptable level. In addition, reasonable accommoda- laadey inuu ugu soo haajirey oo loo ogol yahay inuu ka authorizes disclosure without consent;
tions will be made for known physical or mental limita- shaqeysto ama jiritaanka naafada jirka, dareenka, ama • and the right to file a complaint with the U.S.
tions for all otherwise qualified persons with disabilities. naafada maskaxda, laga reebo markay naafonimadu ka Department of Education concerning alleged failures
The following person has been designated to handle hor istaageyso howsha shaqada ee laga rabo. Waxa intaa by the college to comply with the requirements of
inquiries regarding non-discrimination policies includ- dheer, u-waafajin (accommodations) macquul ah oo FERPA.
ing those related to Sec 504 ADA and Title IX: Kathryn xaddidan ee la og yahayyaa loo sameyn ee jirka ahaan FERPA is a law designed to protect the privacy interest of
Woodley, Seattle Central Community College, 1701 ama maskadaee dhammaan dadka naafonimada leh ee students and applies to all educational institutions and
Broadway, Mailstop 2BE4180, Seattle, WA, 206. 587.5417. arrinta u qalma. Qofka hoos ku qoran ayaa loo maga- educational agencies that receive funds under any pro-
caabay inay wax ka qabato weydiimaha ku saabsan
spanish/español arrimaha ujeeddooyinka kal-sooc-la’aanta oo ay ku jirto
gram administered by the U.S. Secretary of Education. At
Seattle Central Community College tiene un compro- the post-secondary level, privacy rights under FERPA are
kuwa la xiriira Sec 504 ADA iyo Title IX: Kathryn Woodley, afforded the student and not the parents of the student.
miso con el concepto y la práctica de la igualdad de Seattle Central Community College, 1701 Broadway,
oportunidades para todos sus estudiantes, empleados y A student attending Seattle Central Community College
Mailstop 2BE4180, Seattle, WA, 206.934.5417. who is under 18 has the same privacy rights (afforded
postulantes con respecto a educación, empleo, servicios
y contratos, y no discrimina por motivos de raza o grupo simplified Chinese/ 简体中文 under FERPA) as those who are over the age of 18. FERPA
étnico, color, edad, nacionalidad, religión, estado civil, 西雅图中央社区学院(Seattle Central Community rights also apply to former students.
sexo, género, orientación sexual, condición de perteneci- College)承诺在教育、就业、服务和合同等方面 Per the Seattle Community Colleges District policies and
ente a la Era de Vietnam o de veterano discapacitado, 面向全体学生、员工及申请人推行机会平等的 procedures and FERPA, there are certain categories of
afiliación política o creencia, ciudadanía /condición de 宗旨与做法。我们不会因种族或族裔背景、肤 information contained in a student’s education records
inmigrante admitido legalmente y autorizado a trabajar 色、年龄、原居国、宗教、婚姻状况、性、性 that are considered Directory Information and can be
en los Estados Unidos, o presencia de alguna discapa- 别、性取向、越战退伍军人或伤残退伍军人身 disclosed to the public without a student’s consent.
cidad física, sensorial o mental, excepto cuando la dis- 份、政治派别或信仰、公民身份／是否拥有能 Seattle Central has defined Directory Information as:
capacidad pudiera impedir un desempeño de un nivel 在美国合法工作的移民身份，或者因患有任何 • Student’s name
aceptable. Además, se implementarán todas las adapta- 身体、感官或精神残疾而歧视他们，除非这些
ciones razonables para las limitaciones físicas o mentales • Email address
conocidas para todas aquellas personas que cumplieran 為那些在身体或精神方面有已知的殘疾但符合 • Enrollment status in the college
con los demás requisitos y tuvieran discapacidades. La 其它方面的资格的人士提供合理的照顾。我 • Date(s) of enrollment
persona que se menciona a continuación ha sido desig- 们已指定下列人员负责受理关于我们的无歧视 • Area of study
nada para manejar las consultas con respecto a las políti- 政策的任何查询，包括那些与《ADA法案》第 • Awards granted by the college
cas antidiscriminatorias, incluso aquellas relacionadas 504款和《Title IX》相关的问题：Kathryn Woodley,
con la Sección 504 de la Ley para los Estadounidenses • Participation in official sports activities
Seattle Central Community College, 1701 Broadway,
con Discapacidades (ADA, por sus siglas en inglés) y el Mailstop 2BE4180, Seattle, WA, 206.934.5417。 • Weight/height of athletic team members
Título IX: Kathryn Woodley, Seattle Central Community Students may request that the college NOT release
College, 1701 Broadway, Mailstop 2BE4180, Seattle, WA, Vietnamese/TiếngViệt directory information by notifying the Registrar’s office.
206.934.5417. Trường Đại Học Cộng Đồng Miền Trung Seattle (Seattle The form is available in the Registration and Records
Central Community College) cam kết theo đúng quan (BE1104) and on http://seattlecentral.edu/registration/
russian/Русский điểm và tạo cơ hội công bằng cho tất cả các sinh viên, forms/php. Directory information can never include a
Двухгодичный колледж Сиэтл Сентрал (Seattle Central nhân viên và các đương đơn trong giáo dục, việc làm, student’s social security number, citizenship, race/ethnic-
Community College) придерживается принципов и dịch vụ và hợp đồng. Trường cũng không phân biệt đối ity, nationality, gender, grades or g.p.a. For more informa-
практики равенства возможностей для всех студентов, xử dựa trên sắc tộc hoặc chủng tộc, màu da, tuổi, quốc tion regarding student rights and the exceptions to the
работников и соискателей в сфере обучения, gia nơi xuất thân, tôn giáo, tình trạng hôn nhân, phái right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable
занятости, услуг или заключения контрактов и не tính, giới tính, thiên hướng tính dục, tình trạng cựu information, check the website at http://seattlecentral.
дискриминирует на основании расовой или этнической chiến binh khuyết tật hoặc cựu chiến binh đã từng tham edu/forms/index.php, the college catalog, or contact the
принадлежности, цвета кожи, возраста, национального gia chiến tranh Việt Nam, sự liên kết chính trị hoặc quan Registration and Records at 206.934.6918.
происхождения, вероисповедания, семейного điểm chính trị, tình trạng công dân/diện di trú nhập
положения, пола, половой ориентации, статуса cảnh hợp pháp được phép làm việc tại Hoa Kỳ, hoặc có
инвалида войны или ветерана Вьетнамской войны, tình trạng khuyết tật về thể chất, giác quan, hoặc tâm
политической принадлежности или политических thần, trừ khi tình trạng khuyết tật có thể gây trở ngại tới
убеждений, гражданства или статуса иммигранта, khả năng sinh hoạt ở mức độ chấp nhận được. Ngoài ra,
законно допущенного в США с разрешением на работу, trường sẽ cung cấp các phương tiện trợ giúp đặc biệt
или наличия нарушений физического, сенсорного cho tất cả những người khuyết tật hội đủ điều kiện nếu
или психического развития, за исключением случаев, có các hạn chế về thể chất hoặc tâm thần. Nhân viên
где такие нарушения могут воспрепятствовать sau đây phụ trách giải quyết các thắc mắc về chính sách
приемлемой деятельности. При этом всем выявленным không phân biệt đối xử, bao gồm cả các chính sách liên
лицам с физическими или психическими нарушениями,
допущенным к учебе или работе, предоставляются
quan tới Mục 504 ADA và Tiêu Đề IX: Kathryn Woodley,
Seattle Central Community College, 1701 Broadway,
New phone numbers
адекватные условия в разумных пределах. По Mailstop 2BE4180, Seattle, WA, 206.934.5417. All office and department phone
вопросам, связанным с политикой недискриминации numbers will have a new prefix—934.
(включая вопросы, относящиеся к разделу 504 Закона
о защите прав инвалидов США и поправке Title IX) The last four digits will remain the
просим обращаться к Кэтрин Вудли: Kathryn Woodley, same. Old, non-934 numbers will
Seattle Central Community College, 1701 Broadway, continue to work until this fall.
22 Mailstop 2BE4180, Seattle, WA, 206.934.5417.
Summer Quarter 2011
Basic & Transitional Studies
Basic & Transitional Studies Division
1701 Broadway, BE3122, Seattle, WA 98122
SUMMER HOURS Monday –Thursday, 7:30 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.
Start your college degree or learn
new work skills. Prepare to take tests.
Learn English and computers.
A one-week orientation is required for our $25 ABE/GED & ESL programs. Come
to our office, BE3122, to sign up.
Day classes Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m., 9:40 a.m. and11:20 a.m.
evening classes Monday and Wednesday, 6 p.m.-9:30 p.m; Tuesday and
Thursday, 6 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.
TuiTion All students enrolled in ABE\ESL\GED Basic Education Courses are required to
pay a $25.00 tuition fee each quarter mandated by the State Board for Community and
Technical Colleges. The quarterly $25.00 fee does not include the costs of books, supplies
CollEGE PrEParatory EnGliSh for non-natiVE SPEaKErS 1 - WritinG
or to obtain a student ID card. PREREQ: Appropriate placement on the ESL Compass Placement Test or permission.
For non-native English speakers. Practice writing correct English sentences and developing
Get started! Tell your friends, family and co-workers. coherent paragraphs into short essay answers and lab reports. Emphasizes writing skills.
StudentS pay full tuition.
Adult Basic Education (ABE) 5281 ESL 097 01 5 MTWTh 8am-9:30am Staff
Improve basic skills in reading, writing, math and computer literacy. CollEGE PrEParatory EnGliSh for non-natiVE SPEaKErS 2-rEadinG
General Educational Development (GED) PREREQ: Grade 2.0 or higher in ESL096, appropriate placement on the ESL Compass
Placement Test, or counselor permission.
Prepare to take the GED tests to earn a high school equivalency. Reviews the For non-native English speakers. Class offers advanced work in reading comprehension,
subject areas covered by the GED test: Science, Social Studies, Math, Language improving vocabulary and critical reading skills using college texts. StudentS pay full
Arts and Writing. tuition.
GED in Spanish 5284 ESL098 01 5 MTWTh 9:40am-11:10am Staff
For native Spanish speakers. Prepare to take the GED tests to earn a high school CollEGE PrEParatory EnGliSh for non-natiVE SPEaKErS 2 - WritinG
equivalency: course and materials are in Spanish. PREREQ: Grade 2.0 or higher in ESL097, appropriate placement on the ESL Compass
Placement Test, or counselor permission.
COMPASS Test Preparation For non-native English speakers. Students will develop advanced writing skills by using vari-
Prepare to take the COMPASS placement test and begin your college career. ous formats and devices typically found in college compositions and reports. Preparation for
Study either during the day, Monday – Friday, or in the evenings two nights a English 101. StudentS pay full tuition.
week. 5287 ESL099 01 5 Daily 9am-9:30am Staff
I-BEST– Integrated Basic Education & Skills Training
Earn a certificate for employment and credits toward a college degree. Study External Diploma Program
in college-level classes while enrolled in English as a Second Language (ESL) or www.NEDP.org
Adult Basic Education (ABE). The External Diploma Program is a high school diploma program for adults
Early Childhood EduCation i-BESt for ESl and aBE StudEntS who have acquired their academic skills through life experiences. EDP offers
PREQ: CASAS ESL level 5 or ABE levels 4 and above. ESL and ABE students can enroll in the an individualized and flexible program schedule for adults who may have
20-hour S.T.A.R.S. training to work in childcare and earn credits for the Child Development work and family commitments.
Associate Certificate (a 4-quarter program). Call 206.934.5459 for further information. EDP is an assessment and diploma awarding program; no class-time is
StudentS pay full tuition. involved. Adults demonstrate high school level abilities in a series of assess-
inforMation tEChnoloGy for ESl and aBE StudEntS ment tasks.
PREQ: CASAS ESL levels 5 and 6 or ABE levels 4 and above and basic keyboarding skills. Who is eligible for EdP?
Designed for ESL level 5 and 6 students who want to improve both their English and informa- The External Diploma Program is designed for self-directed adults who are at
tion technology skills. For further information, see the Basic & Transitional Studies Division, least 21 years old.
BE3122 or call 206.934.5459. StudentS pay full tuition.
English as a Second Language (ESL) how to enter the External degree Program
Get helpful lessons from caring, excellent teachers. Take day or evening classes To find out more about the program, call Literacy Source at 206.934.2050 or
and meet interesting classmates. With better English skills, you can communi- Goodwill at 206.934.5790.
cate better at work and home, prepare for college-level classes and participate
more in your community. You can co-enroll in a college-level course. Call for
details: 206 .934.4180. www.seattlecentral.edu/basic
BaSiC EnGliSh for non-natiVE SPEaKErS-WritinG
PREREQ: Appropriate placement on the ESL Compass Placement Test or permission.
Focus on control of English sentence structure, syntax, grammar and punctuation. Emphasizes
writing skills. StudentS pay full tuition.
5277 ESL 093 01 5 Daily 10am-10:50am Staff
distance education Seattle Central
If you want to go to college but can’t make it to campus,
our campus will come to you.
1701 Broadway, BE1140, Seattle WA 98122 • 206.934.4060 Correspondence Courses
email: firstname.lastname@example.org • web: www.seattlecentral.edu/distance Correspondence study at Seattle Central is conducted by mail. Textbooks may
be purchased from the Seattle Central Bookstore or online.
What’s your dream? A better job, greater earning Students who register for Correspondence courses have two quarters to com-
power, or simply the desire to learn something new? plete course requirements and can register at any time. After enrolling for a
With Distance Education and e-Learning, your Seattle Central Community correspondence course, students will receive the course syllabus by mail.
College classrooms have no walls. Distance Education courses are flexible — Enrollment May register for courses at any time.
you can choose when and where you study. Whether the course is online over Tuition Cost per course is $455.00 ($555.00 for non-residents) which includes a
the Internet, by correspondence or via video or DVDs, you can learn at times non-refundable $20.00 fee. Full-time tuition fees are not applicable. Continuous
convenient to you. Correspondence courses are not covered by financial aid, state waiver or eligible
As a Distance Education learner you can take courses for college credit and apply for loan deferment.
them to your degree or certificate, and/or enroll in courses that interest you Technology Requirements Prefer assignments be word processed.
while improving your knowledge and skills. Visit our home page at seattlecentral.edu/distance/correspondence.
For more information, visit seattlecentral.edu/distance or call PrinCiPlES of aCCountinG i
206.934.4060. 8806 ACCT&201 C01 5 Correspondence O’Neill
PrinCiPlES of aCCountinG ii
The Distance Education staff is available PREREQ: ACCT& 201 or ACC 210 or permission.
8807 ACCT&202 C01 5 Correspondence O’Neill
to assist you. PrinCiPlES of aCCountinG iii
PREREQ: ACC 103, 120, or 220 or ACCT& 202; or permission.
Visit them in their new home in room BE1140. 8808 ACCT&203 C01 5
8810 AHE 168 C01 5 Correspondence Haran
SurVEy of aStronoMy
8819 ASTR&100 C01 5 Correspondence Staff
Summer Quarter 2011
introduCtion to BuSinESS Video/DVD courses
8828 BUS& 101 C01 5 Correspondence Brankovan These courses are the perfect option for students with busy schedules, family
introduCtion to MaSS MEdia responsibilities, or who work during the day. Video/DVD courses may involve
8907 CMST&102 C01 5 Correspondence Sheppard viewing programs on TV at specified times, watching DVDs, reading textbook
MiCroEConoMiCS assignments, and completing lessons from the course study guide.
PREREQ: Completion of MATH 098 with a 2.0 grade or higher; ENGL& 101 recommended. DVDs may be rented from the Distance Education office for the quarter so stu-
8843 ECON&201 C01 5 Correspondence Hubert dents may view them at their convenience. Other course materials such as study
MaCroEConoMiCS guide and assignment schedules are downloaded from the web. At the end of
PREREQ: Completion of MATH 098; ENGL& 101 recommended. each quarter students must return the rented media to the Distance Education
8845 ECON&202 C01 5 Correspondence Hubert office. Students will incur a fee for late materials.
ESl rEadinG/lanGuaGE artS There are no required on-campus meetings. However, some courses require
8802 EDUC 271 C01 5 Correspondence Sun students to take their exams on campus. Students who are not able to come to
intEGratinG ESl in thE MainStrEaM ClaSSrooM campus may find their own approved proctor to supervise exams. Assignments
8803 EDUC 272 C01 5 Correspondence Sun are submitted to the instructor by mail, in-person, or electronically.
EnGliSh CoMPoSition Required textbooks information is available online.
PREREQ: ENGL&096 w/ a 2.5 or higher or successful performance on the writing sample. Enrollment Follows quarterly schedule.
8854 ENGL&101 C01 5 Correspondence Waluconis
Tuition State tuition applies. Covered by Financial Aid.
PREREQ: Satisfactory completion of ENGL&101. Technology Requirements Internet access, TV and DVD. CD player required
8856 ENGL&102 C01 5 Correspondence Waluconis for SPAN classes.
introduCtion to fiCtion Additional Fees $33.00 licensing fee, $32.00 DVD rental fee.
PREREQ: Placement into ENGL& 101. Go to seattlecentral.edu/distance/video for information on how to begin your class
8860 ENGL&112 C01 5 Correspondence Kurrus and obtaining video materials.
aMEriCan litEraturE iii Cultural anthroPoloGy
8868 ENGL&246 C01 5 Correspondence Kurrus 9000 ANTH&206 VI 5 Video/DVD McCrath
EnVironMEntal iSSuES and ProBlEMS SurVEy of aStronoMy
PREREQ: Eligibility for MATH 084 and ENGL& 101. 9005 ASTR&100 VI 5 Video/DVD Larson
8874 ENV 150 C01 5 Correspondence Luiting EnGliSh CoMPoSition
hEalth and WEllnESS PREREQ: ENGL&096 w/ a 2.5 or higher or successful performance on the writing sample.
PREREQ: Eligibility MATH 084 and ENGL& 101. 9015 ENGL&101 VI 5 Video/DVD Bachar
8962 HEA 125 C01 5 Correspondence Ocken CoMPoSition ii
u.S. hiStory 1 PREREQ: Satisfactory completion of ENGL&101.
8895 HIST& 136 C01 5 Correspondence Weston 9020 ENGL&102 VI 5 Video/DVD Staff
u.S. hiStory 2 intErCultural CoMMuniCation
8897 HIST& 137 C01 5 Correspondence Weston 9050 HUM 105 VI 5 Video/DVD Giday
World CiViliZationS iii introduCtion to filM
8889 HIST&128 C01 5 Correspondence Li 9055 HUM 110 VI 5 Video/DVD Rifas
intErCultural CoMMuniCation GEnEral PSyCholoGy
8901 HUM 105 C01 5 Correspondence Giday 9070 PSYC&100 VI 5 Video/DVD Smith
introduCtion to linGuiStiCS lifESPan PSyCholoGy
8801 LAN 101 C01 5 Correspondence Sun PREREQ: PSYC 100 or permission.
MEtEoroloGy 9010 PSYC& 200 VI 5 Video/DVD Lu
8919 MEY 100 C01 5 Correspondence Castell dEVEloPMEntal PSyCholoGy
roCK MuSiC - hiStory and PErSPECtiVES i 9075 PSYC207 VI 5 Video/DVD Lu
8925 MUSC 116 C01 5 Correspondence Cauter introduCtion to EthiCS
hiStory of JaZZ 9065 PHIL 215 VI 5 Video/DVD Staff
8821 MUSC 204 C01 5 Correspondence Cauter SPaniSh i
huMan nutrition PREREQ: ENGL&101 eligibility recommended.
PREREQ: Eligibility for MATH 084 and ENGL& 101. 9085 SPAN&121 VI 5 Video/DVD Quintero
8823 NTR 150 C01 5 Correspondence Ocken SPaniSh ii
SurVEy of oCEanoGraPhy PREREQ: SPAN&121or permission.
PREREQ: Eligibility MATH 084 and ENGL& 101. (CHEM& 105 and/or PHYS& 121 recom- 9090 SPAN&122 VI 5 Video/DVD Quintero
mended). SPaniSh iii
8923 OCEA 100 C01 5 Correspondence Castell PREREQ: SPAN&122or permission.
introduCtion to PhiloSoPhy 9090 SPAN&122 VI 5 Video/DVD Quintero
8932 PHIL&101 C01 5 Correspondence Curtis
introduCtion to loGiC Online Courses
8935 PHIL&106 C01 5 Correspondence Curtis Online courses are conducted the same way as Video or DVD courses, with the
GEnEral PSyCholoGy exception that most of the coursework is completed over the Internet. After
8944 PSYC&100 C01 5 Correspondence Smith enrolling, students go to the program website for login instructions. Required
textbooks information is available online. Textbooks may be purchased from the
introduCtion to SoCioloGy Seattle Central Bookstore or online.
8954 SOC& 101 C01 5 Correspondence Cho
Enrollment follows quarterly schedule.
Tuition State tuition applies. Covered by Financial Aid. Not available under
Technology Requirements Internet access and an email account. Basic
Additional Fees Online courses: $7.00 per credit technology fee.
Go to seattlecentral.edu/distance/online to access your class on the
first day of the quarter.
PrinCiPlES of aCCountinG i dataBaSE ManaGEMEnt and dESiGn With MS aCCESS
9100 ACCT&201 OL 5 Online Staff PREREQ: strongly recommended MIC 101 or equivalent experience.
PrinCiPlES of aCCountinG iii 9145 MIC 120 OL 4 Online Staff
PREREQ: ACC 103, 120, or 220 or ACCT& 202; or permission. htMl and WEB PaGE dEVEloPMEnt
9106 ACCT&203 OL 5 Online Staff PREREQ: Strongly recommended MIC 101 or MIC 150, or equivalent experience.
SurVEy of aStronoMy 9142 MIC 151 OL 5 Online Staff
9103 ASTR&100 OL 5 Online Larson introduCtion to drEaMWEaVEr
introduCtion to BuSinESS 9143 MIC 215 OL 4 Online Staff
9105 BUS& 101 OL 5 Online Ward introduCtion to World MuSiC
KEyBoardinG 9101 MUSC110 OL 5 Online Cauter
PREREQ: Required software is PC compatible only. Unavailable for Mac users. hiStory of JaZZ
9107 BUS 104 OL 3 Online Aragon 9146 MUSC204 OL 5 Online Cauter
KEyBoardinG/SKillBuildinG huMan nutrition
PREREQ: Required software is PC compatible only. Unavailable for Mac users. PREREQ: Eligibility for MATH 084 and ENGL& 101.
9110 BUS 106 OL 3 Online Aragon 9148 NTR 150 OL 5 Online Ocken
laW and SoCiEty introduCtion to loGiC
PREREQ: Completion of MATH 098 with a 2.0 grade or higher; ENGL& 101 recommended. 9150 PHIL&106 OL 5 Online Staff
9108 BUS 200 OL 5 Online Staff GEnEral PSyCholoGy
MiCroEConoMiCS 9152 PSYC&100 OL 5 Online Crawford
PREREQ: Completion of MATH 098 with a 2.0 grade or higher; ENGL& 101 recommended. lifESPan PSyCholoGy
9114 ECON&201 OL 5 Online Hubert PREREQ: PSYCH& 100.
MaCroEConoMiCS 9115 PSYC&200 OL 5 Online Wolfe
PREREQ: Completion of MATH 098; ENGL& 101 recommended. aBnorMal PSyCholoGy
9116 ECON&202 OL 5 Online Hubert 9168 PSYC&220 OL 5 Online Ryan
EnGliSh CoMPoSition introduCtion to SoCioloGy
PREREQ: ENGL&096 w/ a 2.5 or higher or successful performance on the writing sample. 9154 SOC& 101 OL 5 Online Oka
9118 ENGL&101 OL 5 Online Douma
CoMPoSition ii Campus Seminar Courses
PREREQ: Satisfactory completion of ENGL&101. Gain new knowledge and skills while earning degree credits during the eve-
9120 ENGL&102 OL 5 Online Walunconis ning or on Saturdays. Similar to Seattle Central’s regular daytime and nighttime
introduCtion to fiCtion college courses but with one difference—you spend less time in a classroom
PREREQ: Placement into ENGL&101 or permission. setting. The program utilizes a course format, combining classroom instruc-
9122 ENGL&112 OL 5 Online Hikida tion with independent study techniques. Students meet with the instructor
EnVironMEntal iSSuES and ProBlEMS two hours every other week for lecture and discussions in a seminar setting.
PREREQ: Eligibility for MATH 084 and ENGL& 101. Between seminars students work independently following a detailed study
9126 ENV 150 OL 5 Online Castell guide that covers self-study exercises.
9127 ENV 150 OL+ 5 Online Staff Enrollment Follows regular quarterly schedule. Begins the second Saturday
introduCtion to GEoGraPhy of the quarter. Varies during summer quarter.
9128 GEG 100 OL 5 Online Giday Tuition The cost per course is $455.00 ($555.00 for non-residents) which
hEalth and WEllnESS includes a non-refundable $20.00 handling and special materials fee. Full-time
PREREQ: Eligibility MATH 084 and ENGL& 101. fees paid by students who have been admitted to Seattle Central are not appli-
9172 HEA 125 OL 5 Online Staff cable to these courses. Not covered by Financial Aid and does not meet Federal
u.S. hiStory 2 requirements for loan deferment.
9132 HIST& 137 OL 5 Online Lai Technology Requirements Prefer assignments be word processed.
intErCultural CoMMuniCation For more information visit seattlecentral.edu/distance/seminar.
9134 HUM 105 OL 5 Online Flores CoMPoSition
hiP-hoP thEory and CulturE PREREQ: Satisfactory performance on English Placement Test. Seminar Dates: 5 seminar
9182 HUM 125 OL 5 Online Abe Omara sessions – to be announced.
Math in SoCiEty 8852 ENGL& 101 S01 5 BE4175 Campus Seminar TBA Waluconis
PREREQ: MATH 098 with 2.0 or higher or placement exam. CoMPoSition
This online section focuses on the historical development of mathematics covering to top- PREREQ: ENG 101 or ENGL& 101. Seminar Dates: 5 seminar sessions – to be announced.
ics such as the Egyptians, Babylonians, Mayans and Greeks. Daily access to the internet is 8858 ENGL& 102 S01 5 BE4175 Campus Seminar TBA Waluconis
required. Instructor permission required. For more information and for registration codes roCK MuSiC - hiStory and PErSPECtiVES i
visit http://seattlecentral.edu/learn/math. Seminar Dates: 5 seminar sessions – to be announced.
9160 MATH&107 OL 5 Online Morales 8927 MUSC 116 S01 5 BPH Campus Seminar TBA Cauter
Q-ElEMEntary StatiStiCS hiStory of JaZZ
PREREQ: MATH 098 with 2.5 or better or MATH 116 with 2.0 or better or placement. Students Seminar Dates: 5 seminar sessions – to be announced.
should have access to high speed internet and email. 8903 MUSC 204 S01 5 BPH Campus Seminar TBA Cauter
For students who need a working knowledge of statistics or who need to prepare for
more advance course work in statistics. Topics covered are descriptive methods, prob-
ability and probability distributions; sampling and the central limit theorem; hypothesis With our technical support, you’re never alone
testing, decisions and other statistical inference methods; analysis of variance and regres- Seattle Central’s Distance Education program has a dedicated office on
sion; and applications. Capitol Hill staffed with real people who are committed to students.
9196 MATH109 OL 5 Online Tiu Technical support is available online, and staff members are avail-
introduCtion to MiCroCoMPutEr aPPliCationS able during normal office hours to advise and help you meet your
9138 MIC 101 OL 4 Online Staff
For more information on Distance Education courses, call
www.seattlecentral.edu/distance 206.934.4060 or visit www.seattlecentral.edu/distance
Summer Quarter 2011
Seattle Culinary aCademy
Learning from the ground up
Start your career as a professional chef
this fall quarter at Seattle Central.
e offer an innovative learning environ-
ment along with new, state-of-the-art
Culinary Arts and Specialty Dessert & SCA offers two distinct programs of study for
Breads kitchens. those interested in a career in the culinary
The Seattle Culinary Academy was among industry:
the first in the nation to offer formal course- Culinary Arts
work in sustainability—a theme that is integral A six-quarter certificate program with an
to everything we do, from tracking our prog- emphasis on classic and international cuisine
ress on local and seasonal purchases, waste and sustainable food practices. This program
management, to the use of environmentally is appropriate for individuals of all skill levels,
safe products and processes. from beginners to those with industry experi-
You’ll “learn from the ground up” about sus- ence who wish to develop a broader range
tainability practices by participating in a variety of skills, and individuals who wish to make a
of real world learning opportunities. Travel to career change.
the Skagit Valley to farm an acre of land and Specialty Desserts & Breads
learn about sustainable farming. Or tour vari- A five-quarter certificate program designed to
ous types of farms and develop farmer to chef teach skills in all aspects of dessert, chocolate,
connections. You’ll also have an opportunity to cheese, and bread preparation. This program is
engage in “seed to plate” practices by growing appropriate for all skill levels.
herbs and vegetables in the new greenhouse. Both programs are fully accredited by the
American Culinary Foundation.
our graduates get jobs Learn more about the program.
Because of our excellent local reputation, stu-
dents are heavily recruited by local restaurants, Call 206.934.5424, visit in
hotels and catering operations even while person at BE 2120, or see
they’re still attending classes. Classes are con- seattlecentral.edu/seattleculinary.
veniently scheduled to allow students time for
evening part- or full-time work.
Begin your four-year degree now
“Seattle Central is a community
college of choice for ambitious,
The New York Times, Education Life
April 22, 2007
We’re here to help you
Advising Center, room BE 1102
206.934.4068 • SeattleCentral.edu/advising
College Transfer Center, room BE1102
206.934.5463 • SeattleCentral.edu/transfercenter
where our students go
Nearly half of our transfer students attend the
University of Washington, but Seattle Central
students have successfully transferred to
dozens of different colleges and universities
If a bachelor’s degree is your ultimate goal, take your first two years at across the nation.
■■ Bastyr University
Seattle Central. It’s a place to develop new friendships and be involved ■■ Boston University
in academic, athletic, cultural, political and social activities. ■■ Clark University
y OU’ll BE in gOOD COMpAny— coordinated studies ■■ Columbia University
■■ Cornell University
the college transfer student population is Register now for fall quarter!
the largest on campus with approximately In the Coordinated Studies Program (CSP), a ■■ Cornish College of the Arts
4,000 students. And tuition at Seattle Central is team of instructors from different disciplines ■■ Morehouse College
about half the price of a four-year college. combine their talents to create a unique course of ■■ Mount Holyoke College
study. When registering for a CSP, you can select
academic instructional the credits you need to complete your A.A. or A.S.
■■ New York University
excellence transfer degree from the listed course options.
■■ Reed College
We refer to our CSPs as “learning communi- ■■ Seattle University
Our faculty’s credentials compare favorably
with those of university professors; nearly one- ties” because you spend the entire quarter ■■ Smith College
third hold doctorates, the rest hold master’s de- with the same small team of classmates and ■■ The Evergreen State College
grees. Classes are challenging and designed to teachers, working together on local and global ■■ The University of Texas, Austin
prepare you to transfer directly to the rigors of issues. Over the past several years, students in
■■ University of British Columbia
a four-year school. Students receive advanced a learning community have had a 97 percent
■■ University of California, Berkeley
education in small, creative classes. success rate.
■■ University of California, Los Angeles
■■ University of Michigan School of Journalism
■■ University of North Carolina
■■ University of Pennsylvania
■■ University of Virginia
■■ University of Washington
■■ Washington State University
■■ Western Washington University
Instructor Kayleen Oka (center left) with students
in CSP “Leaving Normal: Freaks, Families, and
the Media.” Each quarter offers different topics
and instructor teams.
Summer Quarter 2011
Science and Meet our new Dean
Mathematics Seattle Central is pleased to welcome
Dr. Wendy Rockhill as its new Dean of Science
he Science and Mathematics division is and Mathematics. Rockhill isn’t new to Seattle
one of the most highly-regarded and Central—she has been interim Dean since
popular academic areas at Seattle Central. August 2009 and has taught at the college
Science and math courses are an essential since 1994. She is passionate about helping
part of completing an Associate of Arts or an students learn—and enjoy—science and
Associate of Science transfer degree—degrees math. She has worked with area colleges
that can morve students past the economic to help students obtain real-life laboratory
“tipping point” to careers that can support a experience. And she has received national
family. attention (and funding) to help low-income
students and students of color pursue
Postsecondary education courses in science, technology, engineering
is your best umbrella Rockhill holds a B.S. in Zoology and French
in a recession and a M.S. in Zoology from Washington State
According to a 2010 study by the Georgetown University. She earned a doctorate in zool-
University on Education in the Workplace, ogy/developmental neurophysiology from
“having some college or a postsecondary cer- the University of Washington.
Dean Wendy Rockhill
tificate is worth about $473,000 more than a
high school degree” and “a bachelor’s degree
is worth about $1.1 million more than an
Associate degree over a lifetime. Math anxiety ■■ Drop in the SAM 100 Learning Center and
get your questions answered.
Postsecondary education carries with it one holding you back? ■■ Make an appointment with your instructor
more important advantage in today’s economy: Don’t let your past experience with math pre- during their office hours. All full-time math
protection. Workers with college degrees had vent you from earning a transfer degree. Many instructors have five office hours per week.
the lowest unemployment rates over the past students arrive at Seattle Central with math Let them help—they want you to succeed!
three years, thus receiving the best possible skills that are below college-level, and go on
shelter from the Great Recession of 2007. They ■■ Get help with test anxiety, math word prob-
to pass the intermediate algebra/MATH098 re- lems, study skills, and other issues by con-
also have the best prospects for getting hired quirement for a transfer degree.
in the recovery.” tacting the Student Academic Assistance
Here are some ways to conquer your math program in BE1102 or call 934-3852.
get a head start— ■■ If you are in Math 081, 084, 085, or 098,
undergraduate research come to The Math Path and get help with
opportunities homework each afternoon in SAM102.
Interested in working one-on-one with in-
dustry, faculty, or post-doctoral researchers?
Students at Seattle Central Science don’t
have to wait until their senior year to conduct
real-life scientific research. Students work with
mentors on campus and at the University of
Washington and get the opportunity to explore
their academic interests and sharpen critical
thinking skills while gaining valuable research
For more information contact the Science
and Mathematics department in SAM110 or on
the web at seattlecentral.edu/sci-math.
Seattle Central students,
Michelle Giarmarco (left) and David Murphy (center)
at the University of Washington undergraduate
research poster presentations with organic chemistry
instructor, Dr. Esmaeel Naeemi (right). Michelle
and David are both attending medical school after
fulfilling science prerequisites at Seattle Central.
BuSinESS and EConoMiC StatiStiCS
Class Locations PREREQ: Completion of MATH 098 with a grade of 2.0 or higher ENGL&101 is strongly recom-
aS Siegal Center nP North Plaza mended, or permission of instructor.
BE Broadway Edison Sa South Annex Statistical tools and their application in business decision-making. Includes data types and
Bf Broadway Playfield MaC Charles H. Mitchell Student description, measures of central tendency and dispersion, probability, sampling, estimation,
BPh Broadway Performance Hall Activity Center hypothesis testing, linear regression and correlation, analysis of variance, and index numbers.
Et Erickson Theatre SaM Science and Mathematics *0060 BUS210 01 5 BE3212 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Staff
fa Fine Arts Building tr Maritime Academy Distance Education Courses
oC Off-Campus WC Wood Construction BE1140 206.934.4060
Course Designation Key PrinCiPlES of aCCountinG i
8806 ACCT&201 C01 5 Correspondence O’Neill
“iS” & “S” special requirements Students must take a) a minimum of 10 credits of 9100 ACCT&201 OL 5 Online Staff
“IS” (integrated studies) designated individual courses, linked courses or coordinated studies pro- PrinCiPlES of aCCountinG ii
grams and b) a minimum of 5 credits in speech “S” (speaking component) designated courses. PREREQ: ACCT& 201 or ACC 210 or permission.
Consult your counselor or advisor. 8807 ACCT&202 C01 5 Correspondence O’Neill
“W” designation Courses with strong writing component. University of Washington require- PrinCiPlES of aCCountinG iii
ment for transfer students. PREREQ: ACCT& 103,120, or 220, ACCT& 202; or permission.
Prerequisite Eligibility for English 101. Consult your counselor or advisor. 8808 ACCT&203 C01 5 Correspondence O’Neill
Prerequisites for all college courses Unless otherwise noted, all courses require read- 9106 ACCT&203 OL 5 Online Staff
ing and writing above Adult Basic Education level. Consult your counselor or advisor. introduCtion to BuSinESS
8828 BUS&101 C01 5 Correspondence Brankovan
Prerequisites for all natural & physical science courses Unless otherwise noted, 9105 BUS&101 OL 5 Online Ward
all Natural Science courses require eligibility for MATH 084 - Algebra I. All math and science pre- laW and SoCiEty
requisites should have been completed within the last three (3) years. Consult your counselor 9108 BUS101 OL 5 Online Tennyson
Allied Health Sciences
aCCountinG fundaMEntalS i 3001 AHE111 01 9 BE4123 TWTh 5pm - 9pm Staff
1720 ACC 101 01 5 BE3200 MWF 8:00A-8:50A Johnson LAB NP0126G MTWTh 5pm - 9pm
CEntral SuPPly/inStruMEnt tEChniCian
item section- building For students interested in becoming a certified Central Supply/Instrument Technician.
class start and
number number and room end time Students will learn basic sciences, infection control, supplying, processing and distribution of
course number instructor supplies. Students will gain knowledge about safety, inventories, interpersonal skills, com-
abbrev. & name munication, professionalism and ethics.
number credits class days
3565 AHE140 01 10 BE3188 MTWTh 9:30am - 1pm Whitsitt
LAB ARR 9:30am - 1pm
Accounting/Business Administration hiV/aidS EduCation
BE5166 206.934.3830 Meets requirements for health care professionals under Chapter 18.130 RCW. Covers etiology
seattlecentral.edu and epidemiology of HIV, transmission and infection control, testing and counseling, clinical
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00 manifestations and treatment and psychosocial issues. Approved by the Washington State
PrinCiPlES of aCCountinG i Department of Licensing.
(Formerly ACC 210 - Financial Accounting Fundamentals I) Basic accounting concepts, principles 3005 AHE150 01 0 ARR ARR ARR Staff
and procedures for recording business transactions and developing financial accounting reports. Standard PrECautionS/ firSt aid
*0001 ACCT&201 01 5 BE3212 MTW 9:40am - 11:10am Staff Designed to instruct the student regarding blood borne pathogens and infections that they
LAB BE3161 Th 9:40am - 11:10am may be exposed to in the health care setting, methods of prevention, and regulations sur-
*0002 ACCT&201 02 5 BE4148 TTh 5:45pm - 9pm Staff rounding work-place safety. Students are shown equipment and supplies that they will be
LAB BE3174 Th 5:45pm - 9pm expected to use in the health care environment and practice using these materials.
PrinCiPlES of aCCountinG iii 3007 AHE151 01 1 ARR ARR ARR Staff
PREREQ: ACCT& 103,120, or 220, ACCT& 202; or permission. hEalth CarE ProVidEr CPr
(Formerly ACC 230 - Fundamentals of Managerial Accounting) Analysis of accounting data PREREQ: Permission.
as part of the managerial process of planning, decision-making and control. Concentrates on American Heart Association Certificate Health Care Provider CPR is targeted at persons in or
analysis cost and economic decision-making in the manufacturing environment. entering health care with patient contact. It stresses skills competency for infant, child and
*0003 ACCT&203 01 5 BE3212 MTW 8am - 9:30am Staff adult CPR as might be encountered in the professional health care setting. A certificate will
LAB BE3161 Th 8am - 9:30am be awarded at the end of the course.
introduCtion to BuSinESS 3009 AHE152 01 1 ARR ARR ARR Staff
(Formerly BUS 101) Survey of American business in a global context: business and economic MEdiCal tErMinoloGy i
terminology, forms of business ownership, management, accounting, finance, international Fundamentals of medical terminology, with emphasis on basic rules, vocabulary-building
marketing, and foreign exchange rates. Also covers small business, business start-ups, and with Greek and Latin root words, and prefixes and suffixes.
franchising. 3566 AHE165 01 3 BE3209 MTWTh 10am - 11:30am Staff
0050 BUS&101 01 5 BE4148 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Brankovan PathoPhySioloGy for hEalth ProfESSionS
laW and SoCiEty PREREQ: Anatomy and Physiology
Fundamental concepts, structure and function of the American legal system. Emphasizes the 3567 AHE195 01 4 BE3209 MTTh 8am - 10am Staff
role of law in society rather than rules of law. Includes sources of law, court systems dispute Distance Education Courses
resolution, constitutional law, torts, criminal law, contracts, legal reasoning. Formerly listed BE1140 206.934.4060
as POLS&200. Transfers as a constitutional law course. Check with the four year school to
confirm transferability. MEdiCal tErMinoloGy
0055 BUS200 01 5 BE4149 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Staff 8810 AHE168 C01 5 Correspondence Haran
Summer Quarter 2011
dataBaSE ManaGEMEnt and dESiGn With MS aCCESS
Anthropology PREREQ: strongly recommended MIC 101 or equivalent experience.
BE4128 206.934.4164 Database application and design skills through the use of MS Access. Discuss concepts of plan-
BioloGiCal anthroPoloGy ning, creating and revising a database system by working with objects of MS Access.
Intro to biological and cultural evolution of humans with evidence from fossil and contem- *1964 MIC120 HY 4 BE3174 Th 1pm - 3:20pm Staff
porary populations. Examines physical and biological variations of humans past and present. nEtWorK ESSEntialS - CoMPtia nEtWorK +
Emphasis on developing a working vocabulary of anthropological terms. PREREQ: MIC 101 with 2.0 or higher or ability to use MS Office. This course satisfies Restricted
1466 ANTH&205 01 5 BE4105 MTWTh 1:20pm - 2:30pm Al-madani IT Elective requirement.
Cultural anthroPoloGy Provides background to understanding the current technologies for local area networks
Introduction to human culture, including social organization, economics, political systems, (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and the Internet.
religion, technology, values, art, and language. Cultural perspective focuses on Western and *3214 NET120 01 5 BE3183 TTh 1pm - 3:50pm Staff
non-Western lifestyles. Distance Education Courses
1475 ANTH&206 01 5 BE4105 TTh 6pm - 9pm Barclay
Cultural EColoGy Math in SoCiEty
The development of human societies with special emphasis on relationships between PREREQ: MATH 098 w/ 2.0 or higher or placement exam w/in the last 3 years.
environments and respective cultures throughout the world. Focus on conflicts between 9160 MATH&107 OL 5 Online Morales
traditional cultures and pressures of modernization.
1460 ANTH135 01 5 BE4105
MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Goltermann Applied Behavioral Science B.A.S. Program
PREREQ: Permission of dean.
1487 ANTH299 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson he Bachelor of Applied Behavioral Science is a four-year baccalaureate
degree for students wishing to develop strong social and human services
Distance Education Courses practitioner skills in a wide variety of roles, including mental health,
chemical dependency, domestic violence, case management, work with
Cultural anthroPoloGy homelessness, school based services, and many other specializations. Contact
9000 ANTH&206 VI 5 Video/DVD McCrath
the Division for program entrance requirements and prerequisites.
Apparel Design PREREQ: Current enrollment in the Applied Behavioral Science B.A.S. Program.
BE5166 206.934.3830 SoCioloGy of faMiliES
seattlecentral.edu/programs/apparel PREREQ: Permission.
fter two years of study in the well-regarded apparel design program, you Study how changes in families have reciprocal relations to social, economic, global and
will be ready for work in the garment industry. Jobs open to you include political changes in the larger social structure. Develop critical thinking and analytic skills, by
product development specialist, stylist, design assistant, patternmaker, drawing on empirical research, current events, and public policy issues.
sample maker, technical artist or custom designer. Students are accepted to 4426 ABS430 01 5 BE4119 MW 5pm - 8:30pm Hinckley
this six-quarter AAS degree program fall quarter only. Acceptance into SEnior CaPStonE ProJECt
Seattle Central does not guarantee acceptance into this program. Contact Student project that reflects individual professional direction and synthesizes understanding of
academic learning, demonstrating writing and content commensurate with senior level work.
Division office for program entrance requirements and prerequisites. 4468 ABS495 01 5 BE3220 ARR ARR Staff
The following courses are for students preparing to enroll in the Apparel Design
PrE adS ConStruCtion and PattErnMaKinG-lEVEl 1 BE4128 206.934.4164
For the novice with little or no sewing and/or patternmaking experience. Through patterning and art aPPrECiation
construction of a simple project, and sewing a garment and samples, students are introduced to Historical backgrounds and design fundamentals that have affected art through slide lectures,
sewing terms, commercial and production patterns, layout and cutting techniques, industrial sew- reading, and practical studio applications.
ing machine operation, professional construction techniques and much more. 0550 ART&100 01 5 FA0405 MW 11:20am - 2:20pm Tanzi
1901 ADS096 01 2 BE1149 T 2pm - 5pm Toler-Scott draWinG
LAB BE1149 W 6pm - 7:30pm 0561 ART111 01 5 FA0403 MW 9am - 12pm Barrie
PrE adS ConStruCtion and PattErnMaKinG-lEVEl 3 0562 ART111 02 5 FA0402 TTh 11:20am - 2:20pm Tanzi
Use industrial sewing and pressing equipment to complete more complex sewing technique draWinG
samples and a complex sample garment. Students also complete a basic bodice sloper pattern PREREQ: ART 111 or permission of instructor.
and muslin. Required prerequisite for enrollment into the Apparel Design Program. 0563 ART112 01 5 FA0403 MW 9am - 12pm Barrie
1902 ADS100 01 2 BE1149 T 6pm - 9pm Toler-Scott 0564 ART112 02 5 FA0402 TTh 11:20am - 2:20pm Tanzi
LAB BE1149 W 7:30pm - 9pm
PREREQ: ART 112 or permission of instructor.
Applications Support 0565 ART113 01 5 FA0403 MW 9am - 12pm Barrie
BE5166 206.934.3830 0566 ART113 02 5 FA0403 TTh 11:20am - 2:20pm Tanzi
hoose from a three-quarter certificate or an A.A.S. degree, requiring two 0573 ART201 01 5 FA0403 MW 12:20pm - 3:20pm Barrie
to three additional quarters. Applications Support students learn to PaintinG
install and configure software and hardware and how to troubleshoot. PREREQ: ART 201 or permission of instructor.
You will become a Windows expert, and qualified to work as an entry-level 0575 ART202 01 5 FA0403 MW 12:20pm - 3:20pm Barrie
support technician, help desk advisor or personal computer specialist. Students PaintinG
are accepted into this program each quarter. Acceptance into Seattle Central PREREQ: ART 202 or permission of instructor.
does not guarantee acceptance into this program. Contact Division for 0577 ART203 01 5 FA0403 MW 12:20pm - 3:20pm Barrie
program entrance requirements and prerequisites. SPECial ProBlEMS in art
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00 PREREQ: Permission of Dean
For a complete listing of ACCT&201 courses, please see the Accounting/Business 0596 ART299 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson
Administration section. For a complete listing of MIC 101 courses, please see the
Computers/Microcomputer Management section. Astronomy
SAM 110 206.934.3858
Discuss several aspects of customer interaction including resolving complaints, de-escalating SurVEy of aStronoMy
tense situation and using technology to assist in customer service. Emphasis on astronomical concepts fundamental to an understanding of the solar system,
0018 BUS140 01 5 BE3214 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Natoli stars, galaxy, origin and history of the universe.
1000 ASTR&100 01 5 BE4106 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Staff
Distance Education Courses intEGratEd CoMMuniCationS i
BE1140 206.934.4060 Develop skills necessary for effective business writing, including grammar, punctuation,
SurVEy of aStronoMy capitalization and number style.
8819 ASTR&100 C01 5 Correspondence Staff 0015 BUS131 01 5 BE3214 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Natoli
9005 ASTR&100 VI 5 Video/DVD Staff CuStoMEr rElationS
9103 ASTR&100 OL 5 Online Larson Discuss several aspects of customer interaction including resolving complaints, de-escalating
tense situation and using technology to assist in customer service.
Biology 0018 BUS140 01 5 BE3214 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Natoli
SAM 110 206.934.3858 inforMation tEChnoloGy i
SCIENCE LAB FEE $42.00 PREREQ: Keyboarding rate of 25 net wpm.
This course develops proficiency using Microsoft Office Suite 2007 software for creating and
GEnEral BioloGy W/ laB managing basic business documents such as correspondence, tables, outlines and spread-
PREREQ: Eligibility for MATH 084 and ENGL&101. sheets. Use of the ten-key pad will be introduced. Integrated Communication rules will be
Survey of basic biological concepts with emphasis on biological molecules, cell structures incorporated in formatting business letters, memos, and reports.
and processes; diversity, phylogeny and ecology of living organisms; and an exploration of *0025 BUS170 01 4 BE3175 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Natoli
molecular genetics. Satisfies the lab science requirement for the A.A. degree.
1021 BIOL&160 01 5 SAM105 TTh 9:40am - 11:50am Whorley Distance Education Courses
LAB SAM305 MW 9:40am - 12:25pm BE1140 206.934.4060
1025 BIOL&160 11 5 SAM105 MW 5pm - 9:30pm Kesler introduCtion to BuSinESS
MaJorS Plant 8828 BUS&101 C01 5 Correspondence Brankovan
PREREQ: BIOL&211 with a grade of 2.0 or better. 9105 BUS&101 OL 5 Online Ward
Emphasis on population genetics, evolutionary principles, diversity and phylogeny of living KEyBoardinG
organism and ecology. Organisms surveyed include prokaryotes, protists, fungi and plants 9107 BUS104 OL 3 Online Aragon
with a detailed exploration of anatomy, physiology, growth and reproduction of terrestrial KEyBoardinG/SKillBuildinG
plants. Introduction to population, community and ecosystems-level ecological principles. 9110 BUS106 OL 3 Online Aragon
1037 BIOL&213 01 5 SAM105 MW 9:40am - 11:50am Ainsworth/Wiseley
LAB SAM305 TTh 9:40am - 12:25pm Chemistry
huMan anatoMy and PhySioloGy 1 SAM 110 206.934.3858
PREREQ: BIOL& 160 (higher recommended) or CHEM& 121 w/ a 2.0 or better or permission of
instructor and eligibility for MATH 084 and ENGL&101.
introduCtion to ChEMiStry
PREREQ: MATH 085 w/ a 2.2 or better within last 3 years. MATH 098 recommended.
1040 BIOL&241 01 5 SAM203 TTh 9:40am - 11:50pm Gong
LAB SAM306 MW 9:40am - 12:25pm
General Chemistry for non-majors in 2 year degree programs such as Allied Health Science
(Nursing, Respiratory Care, etc). CHEM 121, 122 and 123 not prerequisites for science major
huMan anatoMy and PhySioloGy 2 chemistry courses. Lab included in evening times.
PREREQ: BIOL&241 with a 2.0 or better. 1082 CHEM&121 01 5 SAM401 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Clary
Continuation of BIOL&241. LAB SAM405 T 1pm - 3:30pm
1046 BIOL&242 01 5 SAM105 TTh 1pm - 3:10pm Morefield 1085 CHEM&121 12 5 SAM401 TTh 5:30pm - 9pm Loftus
LAB SAM306 MW 1pm - 3:45pm LAB SAM405 T ARR
MiCroBioloGy GEnEral ChEMiStry PrEP
PREREQ: Two CHEM and/or BIOL lab classes w/ a 2.0 or better AND eligibility for MATH 098 PREREQ: MATH 098 w/ a 2.5 or better within the last 3 years.
and ENGL&101. Elementary course as preparation for general chemistry sequence. For students in sciences
An introduction to the fundamentals of microbiology, including: microbial structures and going on in chemistry but have not had HS honors or AP chemistry recently.
functions, metabolism, growth, genetics, classification and pathogenesis; virology; prin- 1102 CHEM&139 01 5 SAM401 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Clary
ciples of infectious disease; host defenses and antimicrobial drugs. Concepts reinforced and
expanded by students’ laboratory investigations.
GEnEral ChEMiStry With laB i
PREREQ: MATH&141 w/ a 2.0 or better AND CHEM&139 w/ a 2.0 or better in the last 3 years
1051 BIOL&260 11 5 SAM104 MW 5pm - 9:30pm Loftus
or CHEM placement exam.
SurVEy of huMan anatoMy & PhySioloGy Begins sequence required for 4-year science-related degrees (sciences, engineering, premed,
PREREQ: Eligibility MATH 084 and ENGL& 101 (Formerly A&P 128) predent, prepharm, prevet, etc.).
Survey of the structure and function of the human body to help students understand health 1104 CHEM&161 01 6 SAM400 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Schultz
and medical related issues. Course is designed for students who are non-science majors. LAB SAM405 M 1pm - 3:50pm
Satisfies the lab science requirement for the AA degree.
1018 BIOL128 01 5 SAM203 MW 9:40am - 12:30pm Moffat
GEnEral ChEMiStry With laB iii
PREREQ: CHEM&162 w/ a 2.0 or better in the last 3 years.
LAB SAM306 TTh 9:40am - 11:10am
1109 CHEM&163 01 6 SAM400 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Schultz
Business Information Technology LAB SAM406 TW 1pm - 3:50pm
Child & Family Studies
his three-quarter certificate program or six-quarter A.A.S. degree option
certificate option to the Social and Human Services program. Training
will prepare you for today’s fast-paced business world. Develop computer
provides you with a sound foundation for careers ranging from early
proficiency and a wide range of business support skills, and qualify for positions
childhood classroom teacher to child welfare specialist to designing
including business information professional, administrative and information
multicultural curricula. Students are accepted into the program every quarter.
support specialist, office support technician, and information processing specialist.
See the Division counselor to set up an educational course of study.
Full- and part-time students are accepted every quarter. Acceptance into Seattle
Central does not guarantee acceptance into the program. Contact the Division Note about CFS Sections: CDA = Child Development Associate Certificate Prep
Class DBS = Daybreak Star Students CHI = Cantonese or Mandarin IBS = I-BEST
for program entrance requirements and prerequisites.
SPA = Spanish VT = Vietnamese
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00 SCIENCE LAB FEE $42.00
younG ChildrEn’S PhySiCal & intEllECtual dEVEloPMEnt
For a complete listing of ACCT&201 courses, please see the Accounting/Business Examines physical, cognitive, creative and linguistic developmental needs and stages of
Administration section. children birth through 12, and methods and strategies for planning for holistic development.
KEyBoardinG 2601 CFS120 IBS 3 TBA T 6pm – 9pm Wolfe
Little or no experience required. Includes alpha/numeric keyboard and word processing. May LAB ARR ARR ARR
be taken for S/NC grade. 2606 CFS120 CDA 3 TBA T 6pm – 9pm Wolfe
*0010 BUS104 01 3 BE3175 MTWTh 1pm - 2:20pm Natoli S.t.a.r.S. SEMinar
KEyBoardinG/SKillBuildinG Seminar topics are generated from the interest or identified needs in the community as well
Little or no experience required. Includes alpha/numeric keyboard and word processing. May as Child & Family Studies fields.
be taken for S/NC grade. 2701 CFS299 IBS 2 BE3203 T 6:30pm - 9pm Staff
32 *0012 BUS106 01 3 BE3175 MTWTh 1pm - 2:20pm Natoli 2702 CFS299 01 2 BE3203 T 6:30pm - 9pm Staff
Summer Quarter 2011
htMl and WEB PaGE dEVEloPMEnt
Communication PREREQ: Strongly recommended MIC 101 or MIC 150, or equivalent experience.
BE4128 206.934.4164 9142 MIC151 OL 5 Online Staff
introduCtion to CoMMuniCation introduCtion to drEaMWEaVEr
PREREQ: Placement into ENGL& 101. 9143 MIC215 OL 4 Online Staff
Focuses on the study of communication as a transactional process, with attention to personal,
cultural, group, and public communication. Culinary Arts-Seattle Culinary Academy/
0601 CMST&101 01 5 BE4134 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Lyles Culinary Arts
PuBliC SPEaKinG BE2120 206.934.5424
PREREQ: Placement into ENGL& 101. seattlecentral.edu/seattleculinary/
Covers the process of getting started with confidence; topic selection and research; preparation
and delivery of informative, persuasive, special occasion, and other forms of presentations. ulinary Arts is a six-quarter (certificate) or seven-quarter (A.A.S. degree)
0610 CMST&220 01 5 BE4183 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Rutherford program. It offers training for many positions in the growing field of
food service, specializing in international cuisine and sustainable food
Distance Education Courses practices. The program is fully accredited by the Accrediting Commission of
the American Culinary Federation. Students accepted fall, winter, and spring
introduCtion to MaSS MEdia quarters. Acceptance into Seattle Central does not guarantee you acceptance
8907 CMST&102 C01 5 Correspondence Sheppard
into the Culinary Arts Program. Contact Department for program entrance
Computer Science requirements and prerequisites. Limited transferability.
SAM 110 206.934.3858 BuffEt CatErinG/GardE ManGEr/iCE CarVinG:thEory
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00 PREREQ: CUL 101
Students in this course will understand basic cooking methods as they relate to buffet cater-
CoMPutErS in Math ing & garde manger principles, and will understand the relationship of theory to the menus
PREREQ: MATH&142 or permission of the instructor. CL Fee. A three-week course introducing
and recipes in the practicum.
computer algebra software used extensively in MAT&151 and beyond. Students complete
2161 CUL251 01 4 BE2122 TWTh 7:30am - 8:20am Miyata/Shiosaki
self-paced tutorials to prepare for a final exam in the 4th week of the quarter. First session is
BE2122 M 7:30am - 9:50am
mandatory since it provides an intro to the software.
1161 CSC 102-Q 01 1 SAM 202 W 1:00P-3:00P Botz BuffEt CatErinG/GardE ManGEr/iCE CarVinG:PraCtiCuM
First class: June 30, 2010. Additional class hours will be arranged at this first meeting. PREREQ: CUL 111
1162 CSC 102-Q 02 1 SAM 202 Th 1:00P-3:00P Botz Prepare a variety of meals suitable for volume feeding in a buffet line setting, including cold
First class: July 1, 2010. Additional class hours will be arranged at this first meeting. salads, pate, crudite, fruit platters, hot entree items, pastry and breads. Recipes and cooking
methods will be implemented under the supervision of a chef instructor. During this quarter,
introduCtion to CoMPutEr ProGraMMinG each student will work on one ice carving for the buffet presentation.
PREREQ: MATH 098 with 2.0 or better.
2165 CUL255 01 8 BE2107 TWTh 8:30am - 1:50pm Miyata/Shiosaki
Language: Visual Basic.NET Additional 2 hrs of lab per week required.
LAB BE2107 M 10am - 1:50pm
*1179 CSC110 01 5 SAM202 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Wellman
CoMPutEr ProGraMMinG for EnGinEErS adVanCEd CuStoMEr SErViCE
PREREQ: HOS 101.
PREREQ: MATH&141 w/ a 2.0 or better AND CSC 110 w/ a 2.0 or better, or permission.
For front-of-the-house restaurant employees who are in direct contact with customers. The
Language: JAVA Additional 2 hours per week required during open computer lab hours.
content of the class is designed to apply to all service personnel in a typical restaurant.
*1180 CSC142 01 5 SAM202 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Lepeintre
2209 HOS109 01 0.5 BE2114 ARR ARR Staff
Computers / Microcomputer Management PSyCholoGy of huMan rElationS
Covers dynamics of organizations and human resources in the workplace: motivational theory,
leadership, group processes,organizational theory, participatory management, conflict man-
These courses are for the beginner or for the individual who is seeking a more
agement and counseling. Primaarily for vocational students.
complete understanding of software applications.
1641 PSYC240 CA 3 BE4149 TWTh 2pm - 3:10pm Kuwada
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00
introduCtion to MiCroCoMPutEr aPPliCationS Culinary Arts-Seattle Culinary Academy/
Microcomputer applications for Windows. Includes an overview of Windows, MS Word, Access, Specialty Desserts & Breads
PowerPoint, Internet and Browsers and email. 2BE2120 206.934.5424
*1952 MIC101 01 4 BE3174 MTW 9:40am - 11:10am Staff seattlecentral.edu/seattleculinary/
*1953 MIC101 02 4 BE3174 MTW 11:20am - 12:50pm Staff
*1954 MIC101 03 4 BE3174 MTW 1pm - 2:30pm Staff pecialty Desserts and Breads is a five-quarter (certificate) or six-quarter
*1955 MIC101 HY 4 BE3165 T 1pm - 3:20pm Staff (A.A.S. degree) program. It is designed for those interested in professional
*1956 MIC101 05 4 BE3174 MW 5:30pm - 7:30pm Staff baking or in becoming a pastry chef. The program is fully accredited by
uSinG CoMPutErS ii MS EXCEl the Accrediting Commission of the American Culinary Federation. New students
*1977 MIC104E 01 2 BE3175 MW 11:20am - 12:50pm Staff accepted fall, winter, and spring quarters. Acceptance into Seattle Central
flaSh does not guarantee acceptance into the program. Contact Department
*1980 MIC104F 01 2 BE3161 MW 2:40pm - 3:50pm Staff for program entrance requirements and prerequisites. Limited transferability.
MS PhotoShoP adVanCEd dESSErtS and BrEadS: thEory
*1978 MIC104P 01 2 BE3175 TTh 2:40pm - 3:50pm Staff PREREQ: BAK 101.
introduCtion to MS Word Design and develop a line of bakery goods. Learn how to purchase goods, inventory goods,
*1957 MIC104W IP 2 BE3175 TTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Staff calculate cost analysis and develop a bakery line for presentation.
dataBaSE ManaGEMEnt and dESiGn With MS aCCESS 2073 BAK123 01 2 BE2121 MTW 7:30am - 8:20am Reed/Bernard
PREREQ: strongly recommended MIC 101 or equivalent experience. adVanCEd BuffEt dESSErtS and WEddinG CaKES
Database application and design skills through the use of MS Access. Covers concepts of plan- PREREQ: BAK 101.
ning, creating and revising a database system by working with objects of MS Access. Design and develop a line of wedding cakes and petits fours using the latest industry tech-
*1964 MIC120 HY 4 BE3174 Th 1pm - 3:20pm Staff niques. Produce jam and preserves using organic fruits and vegetables.
Distance Education Courses 2074 BAK124 01 8 BE2109 MTWTh 8:30am - 1:50pm Reed/Bernard
BE1140 206.934.4060 adVanCEd BaKEry CountEr SErViCE: PraCtiCuM
PREREQ: HOS 105.
introduCtion to MiCroCoMPutEr aPPliCationS Explains advanced counter service techniques. Includes training beginning students in cus-
9138 MIC101 OL 4 Online Staff tomer service (pastry sales, general housekeeping and pastry case mise en place); responsibil-
dataBaSE ManaGEMEnt and dESiGn With MS aCCESS ity for daily setup; and supervision of merchandising and product organization.
PREREQ: strongly recommended MIC 101 or equivalent experience. 2206 HOS106 01 1 ARR ARR ARR Staff
9145 MIC120 OL 4 Online Staff
PSyCholoGy of huMan rElationS
Covers dynamics of organizations and human resources in the workplace: motivational theory, Economics
leadership, group processes,organizational theory, participatory management, conflict man- BE5166 206.934.3830
agement and counseling. Primarily for vocational students. seattlecentral.edu
1641 PSYC240 CA 3 BE4149 TWTh 2pm - 3:10pm Kuwada #0111 ECON&201 and #0112 ECON&202 satisfies the Quantitative requirement
for the AA degree.
Deaf Studies MiCro EConoMiCS
BE3210 206.934.4347 PREREQ: Completion of MATH 098 with a 2.0 grade or higher; ENGL& 101 recommended.
seattlecentral.edu/programs/deafstudies Covers resources allocation and income distribution emphasizing price determination, pro-
he Deaf Studies pathway is the only two-year associate of arts (A.A.) degree duction costs, and market structures. Application of economic reasoning to public issues and
track in Western Washington offering two full years of intensive study in business.
American Sign Language (ASL) and Deaf Culture. The ASL courses are 0111 ECON&201 01 5 BE4148 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Staff
sequential and a minimum grade of 2.0 is required to move onto the next MaCro EConoMiCS
level. If you already have some signing skill, you can request to be placed into PREREQ: Completion of MATH 098; ENGL&101 recommended.
an appropriate ASL level through placement testing in our Testing Office. This Analysis of aggregate economies with a global perspective: economic output, inflation, busi-
ness cycles, social welfare, global trade and finance. Cultural factors are incorporated at a
coursework provides a strong background for students seeking the A.A.S.-T. variety of levels. This course meets the Global Studies requirement for the A.A. degree.
degree in Interpreter Training. Acceptance into Seattle Central does not 0112 ECON&202 01 5 BE4149 MW 5:45pm - 9pm Staff
guarantee acceptance into the program.
Distance Education Courses
For ASL placement, contact the Testing Center.
aMEriCan SiGn lanGuaGE iii MiCro EConoMiCS
PREREQ: Successful completion of ASL 102 (ASL II) passed with 2.0 or better, or demonstration PREREQ: Completion of MATH 098 with a 2.0 grade or higher; ENGL& 101 recommended.
of equivalent skill or with permission of instructor. Lab fee $42.00 8843 ECON&201 C01 5 Correspondence Hubert
Continuation of ASL 102 with focus on certain grammatical features such as spatialization, 9114 ECON&201 OL 5 Online Hubert
directionality, and non-manual components. Intensive work in vocabulary development, and
continued study of Deaf culture.
PREREQ: Completion of MATH 098; ENGL&101 recommended.
0161 ASL&123 01 5 BE1114 TTh 5:45pm - 9pm Wilson
8845 ECON&202 C01 5 Correspondence Hubert
Dental Hygiene 9116 ECON&202 OL 5 Online Hubert
his seven-quarter A.A.S.-T. degree in Dental Hygiene includes general
education courses; dental hygiene theory, lab and clinical practice; and This course is a tutoring and/or teacher aide position for credit.
business courses. The Dental Hygiene Program is accredited by the 0633 EDUC200 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson
Commission on Dental Accreditation. Dental Hygienists provide direct oral
health care services in various settings such as private dental institutions, Education: Science & Mathematics
schools, nursing homes, and oral health research facilities. Acceptance into SAM 110 206.934.3858
Seattle Central does not guarantee acceptance into the program. Contact PEEr tutorinG: Math and SCiEnCE
the Division for program entrance requirements and prerequisites. PREREQ: Permission of instructor and Dean. This course is a tutoring and/or teacher aide
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00 position for credit.
1200 EDUC 200 01 2-5 BE5104 Varies TBA Rockhill
fundaMEntalS of dEntal hyGiEnE iV
This is the fourth course in a series of seven. Lectures, discussion and practice labs pertinent to Engineering
clinical skills and related subjects which will be applied in dental hygiene clinic.
4072 DHY200 01 2 BE3211 Th 7:45am - 10:30am Baca SAM 110 206.934.3858
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00
CliniCal dEntal hyGiEnE iV
Fourth course in a series of seven. Performance of traditional dental hygiene clinical proce- ElECtriCal CirCuitS
dures on patients from the campus and community. Dental Materials Fee required $400.00 PREREQ: PHYS& 222 or PHY 202 and MATH& 152 or MAT 125.
*4073 DHY201 01 8 SVI407 MTWTh 7:15am - 5:45pm Baca (Formerly EGR 215 Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering) Covers basic circuit and systems
LAB SVI407 M 7:30am - 5:30pm concepts. Resistors, sources, capacitors, inductors and operational amplifiers. Includes solution
LAB SVI407 MTWTh 1pm - 5:30pm of first and second order linear differential equations associated with basic circuit forms.
LAB SVI407 WThF 7:15am - 12pm 1210 ENGR&204 01 5 SAM206 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Heller
CoMMunity dEntal hEalth i introduCtion to nuMEriCal MEthodS
First course in a series of three courses about the study of public health and community health *1215 ENGR&240 01 5 SAM202 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Lepeintre
approaches to the prevention and management of dental and oral health needs. CoMPutEr ProGraMMinG
4076 DHY222 01 1 BE3211 Th 10:30am - 12pm Staff PREREQ: MATH&141 w/ a 2.0 or better AND CSC 110 w/ a 2.0 or better.
rEStoratiVE PraCtiCE and MatErialS iii LANGUAGE: JAVA Additional 2 hours per week required during open computer lab hours.
Performance of clinical restorative dentistry procedures and materials including chemical *1204 ENGR142 01 5 SAM202 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Lepeintre
and physical properties, selection, usage and manipulation in clinic on patients from the
4077 DHY233 01 2 SVI407 F 7:30am - 1pm McVay BE4128 206.934.4164
LAB SVI407 F 1:30pm - 7pm *COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00
LAB SVI407 F 7:30am - 1pm CollEGE PrEParatory WritinG iii
aPPliEd PraCtiCE in dEntal hyGiEnE PREREQ: ENGL 092 with 2.5 or higher.
Applied practice in dental hygiene to meet the individual needs of students who require Build writing skills through clear, correct sentences, well-developed paragraphs and coherent
additional practice and reinforcement of techniques and skills in dental hygiene. short essays.
4078 DHY245 01 5 SVI405 ARR ARR Canfield 0650 ENGL096 01 5 BE4134 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Casey
Never stop learning! Non-credit classes—
learnatcentral.org or see pages 46–55
Teach English abroad—check out TESOL, p. 55
Summer Quarter 2011
Introduction to the writing process. Writing assignments focus on major strategies of non- Expanded Function Dental Auxillary
fiction prose, with subject matter drawn from firsthand experience and observation. BE3210 206.934.4186
0660 ENGL&101 01 5 BE4135 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Malody his 13-credit program prepares individuals for entry into EFDA positions
0661 ENGL&101 02 5 BE4143 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Croon and for the Washington Restorative Examination (WARE) Exam given by
*0662 ENGL&101 03 5 BE4137 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Baldwin the Dental Assisting National Board (DANB) as well as the Restorative
LAB BE3165 W 9:40am - 11:10am
Section of the Western Regional Examining Board (WREB). As an EFDA and
0663 ENGL&101 04 5 BE4149 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Woods
0664 ENGL&101 05 5 BE4143 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Croon licensed oral health professional, you become an integral part of the dental
0665 ENGL&101 06 5 BE4134 MTWTh 1pm - 2:30pm Casey team to provide patient care. The range of services performed by EFDA in
0666 ENGL&101 07 5 BE4140 MW 6pm - 9pm Cole Washington include placing and contouring dental fillings. Entrance to the
CoMPoSition ii EFDA program is subject to Washington Dental Assisting career pathway law.
PREREQ: Satisfactory completion of ENGL&101. Contact the Division for entrance requirements and prerequisites. Acceptance
Focus is on research paper. to Seattle Central does not guarantee acceptance into the EFDA program.
0685 ENGL&102 01 5 BE4140 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Cole ProCEdurES ii
*0686 ENGL&102 02 5 BE4137 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Baldwin 4300 EFDA200 01 1 SVI417 W 8pm - 9pm Koutsoumbas
LAB BE3165 W 11:20am - 12:50pm
*0687 ENGL&102 03 5 BE4130 MTWTh 1pm - 2:30pm Bachar rEStoratiVE CliniC ii
LAB BE3167 T 1pm - 2:30pm 4350 EFDA201 01 3 SVI404 Sa 9am - 3pm Garcia
*0688 ENGL&102 04 5 BE4130 MW 6pm - 9pm Bachar LAB ARR ARR
LAB BE3156 W 6pm - 9pm WrEd PrEParation
tEChniCal WritinG 4451 EFDA202 01 1 SVI000 W 6pm - 8pm Garcia
#0716 is designated for students in the Information Technology program. LAB ARR ARR
*0716 ENGL106 IT 3 BE3114 MW 8am - 9:30am Hornbeck Distance Education Courses
LAB BE3161 W 8am - 9:30am BE1140 206.934.4060
dirECtEd rEadinG/EnGliSh EthiCS and JuriSPrudEnCE
0780 ENGL298 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson 4450 EFDA212 OL 1 Online Braun
Campus Seminar Courses
EnGliSh CoMPoSition BE4128 206.934.4164
8852 ENGL&101 S01 5 BE4151 Campus Seminar Waluconis Distance Education Courses
CoMPoSition ii BE1140 206.934.4060
PREREQ: Satisfactory completion of ENGL&101. introduCtion to GEoGraPhy
8858 ENGL&102 S01 5 BE4151 Campus Seminar Waluconis 9128 GEG100 OL 5 Online Giday
Distance Education Courses
EnGliSh CoMPoSition SAM 110 206.934.3858
8854 ENGL&101 C01 5 Correspondence Waluconis PhySiCal GEoloGy
9015 ENGL&101 VI 5 Video/DVD Bachar PREREQ: Eligibility for MATH 084 & ENGL&101.
9118 ENGL&101 OL 5 Online Douma Plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanoes, glaciers, floods, landslides and other topics in this
CoMPoSition ii introductory earth science course that satisfies the laboratory science requirement. Optional
PREREQ: Satisfactory completion of ENGL&101. field trips. SCIENCE LAB FEE. $42.00
8856 ENGL&102 C01 5 Correspondence Waluconis 1229 GEOL&101 11 5 SAM201 MW 5:30pm - 9:30pm Harrell
9020 ENGL&102 VI 5 Video/DVD Staff introduCtory GEoloGy in thE fiEld
9120 ENGL&102 OL 5 Online Waluconis PREREQ: Eligibility for MATH 084 and ENGL& 101.
introduCtion to fiCtion This 5-credit geology course fulfills your laboratory science requirement in just 2 weeks!
PREREQ: Placement into ENGL& 101 Practical hands-on learning in the field. 6 lectures and 6 all-day field trips, no over-nighters.
8860 ENGL&112 C01 5 Correspondence Kurrus All transportation provided. Walking and physical activity is required for this course.
9122 ENGL&112 OL 5 Online Hikida Lectures MTW, July 18-20, 1:00-2:50 p.m. AND MTW, August 1-3, 1:00-2:50 p.m.
Field Trips FSaSu, July 22-24, all day AND FSaSu, August 5-7, all day.
aMEriCan litEraturE iii Transportation fee ($100.00) AND Science Lab Fee ($42.00)
PREREQ: ENGL& 101 placement. 1231 GEOL105 01 5 SAM 201 ARR ARR Harrell
8868 ENGL&246 C01 5 Correspondence Kurrus
Environmental Science Health
SAM 110 206.934.3858
EnVironMEntal iSSuES and ProBlEMS Distance Education Courses
PREREQ: Eligibility for MATH 084 and ENGL& 101. BE1140 206.934.4060
A survey of topics in environmental science (ecosystems, populations, air and water pollu- hEalth and WEllnESS
tion, etc.) with an emphasis on understanding environmental issues and problems. ENV 150 PREREQ: Eligibility for MATH 084 and ENGL&101.
counts as an Integrated Studies or Global Studies course for “Special Requirements,” AND as 8962 HEA125 C01 5 Correspondence Ocken
EITHER Individuals, Cultures and Societies or a Natural World distribution requirement. The 9172 HEA125 OL 5 Online Staff
class includes a service learning component.
1218 ENV150 01 5 SAM201 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Staff History
Distance Education Courses BE4128 206.934.4164
BE1140 206.934.4060 World CiViliZationS i
EnVironMEntal iSSuES and ProBlEMS Historic foundations and development of the great civilizations from prehistoric days to the
PREREQ: Eligibility for MATH 084 and ENGL& 101. Renaissance with emphasis on social, political, and economic aspects.
8874 ENV150 C01 5 Correspondence Luiting 1509 HIST&126 01 5 BE4123 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Weston
9126 ENV150 OL 5 Online Castell uS hiStory 1
9127 ENV150 OL 5 Online Staff Reviews U.S. history from the migration of the first Native populations through Reconstruction.
Focuses on encounters, territorial expansion and development of political, social, cultural, legal
and economic institutions affecting the populations in regions that became the United States.
1512 HIST&136 01 5 BE4136 TTh 6pm - 9pm Cardenas
SPECial toPiCS/hiStory nEtWorK ESSEntialS - CoMPtia nEtWorK +
PREREQ: Permission of dean. PREREQ: MIC 101 with 2.0 or higher or ability to use MS Office. This course satisfies Restricted
Independent study in selected history topics under faculty supervision. IT Elective requirement.
1586 HIST298 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson Provides background to understanding the current technologies for local area networks
Distance Education Courses (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and the Internet.
*3214 NET120 01 5 BE3183 TTh 1pm - 3:50pm Staff
WEB authorinG i
World CiViliZationS iii PREREQ: MIC 101 w/ 2.0 or higher or ability to use MS Office.
8889 HIST&128 C01 5 Correspondence Li Mechanics of web page production starting with the absolute basics. Topics include: document
uS hiStory 1 structure, text elements, list elements, links, tables, framesets and images. Focuses on creating
8895 HIST&136 C01 5 Correspondence Weston X/HTML files by hand, emphasizing browser compatibility and X/HTML validation.
uS hiStory 2 *3233 WEB110 01 4 BE3156 TTh 1pm - 3:30pm Staff
8897 HIST&137 C01 5 Correspondence Weston
9132 HIST&137 OL 5 Online Lai Information Technology/AAS-T Degrees
BE4128 206.934.4164 he IT Program offers a transfer degree option that is designed for students
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00 planning to transfer to a four-year university. In addition to the classes
intErCultural CoMMuniCation required for each particular IT Program, the following classes below
Emphasis on skills and empathy in intercultural communication gained from the study of are required by all IT Programs in order to receive an A.A.S.-T degree. New
diverse cultures through literature, theory and guest lecturers. students are accepted every quarter. Acceptance into Seattle Central does
*0809 HUM105 01 5 BE4182 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Bonsu not guarantee you acceptance into the program. Contact the IT Department
*0810 HUM105 02 5 BE4182 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Bonsu
for more information.
0811 HUM105 IP 5 BE4122 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Faucette
#0811 is designated for International students. *COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00
*0812 HUM105 03 5 SAM200 TTh 6pm - 9pm Cohen EnGliSh CoMPoSition
indEPEndEnt ProJECtS Introduction to the writing process. Writing assignments focus on major strategies of non-
PREREQ: Permission of dean. fiction prose, with subject matter drawn from firsthand experience and observation. Note:
This is an independent study course, based on humanities research. See the ‘English’ section for more options.
0826 HUM294 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson 0660 ENGL&101 01 5 BE4135 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Malody
Distance Education Courses intErCultural CoMMuniCation
Emphasis on skills and empathy in intercultural communication gained from the study of
diverse cultures through literature, theory and guest lecturers.
intErCultural CoMMuniCation *0809 HUM105 01 5 BE4182 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Bonsu
8901 HUM105 C01 5 Correspondence Giday Note: See the ‘Humanities’ section for more options.
9050 HUM105 VI 5 Video/DVD Giday
9134 HUM105 OL 5 Online Flores Distance Education Courses
hiP-hoP thEory and CulturE BE1140 206.934.4060
PREREQ: ENGL& 101. Math in SoCiEty
9182 HUM125 OL 5 Online Abe Omara PREREQ: MATH 098 w/ 2.0 or higher or placement exam w/in the last 3 years.
9160 MATH&107 OL 5 Online Morales
BE3176 206.934.3150 Information Technology/
seattlecentral.edu/learn/itprogs Database Administration and Development
eattle Central’s IT program offers four-quarter certificates in Programming, BE3176 206.934.3150
Network Design and Administration, Database Administration and seattlecentral.edu/programs/database/
Development, Web Design and Web Development. AAS-T degrees in all IT ue to exceptional growth in the Internet and electronic businesses,
programs except Database Administration and Development are available. New there is a growing need to be able to store, secure, manage, and extract
students are accepted every quarter. Acceptance into Seattle Central does data, in turn, fueling demand for employees with these skills. Our four-
not guarantee you acceptance into the program. Contact the IT Programs quarter database certificate is a hands-on program that prepares students for
for more information, or to waive a specific prerequisite. entry into the database work world. New students are accepted every quarter.
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00 Acceptance into Seattle Central does not guarantee you acceptance into
inforMation CoMPutEr ConCEPtS the program. Contact the IT Programs for more information.
Broad introduction to computers and information systems. Covers hardware, software, data *COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00
organization, data communications, systems development and the constantly changing roles CuStoMEr rElationS
of Information Technology (IT) professionals. Discuss several aspects of customer interaction including resolving complaints, de-escalating
*3177 ITC102 01 3 BE3178 M 9:40am - 11:20am Staff tense situations and using technology to assist in customer service.
LAB BE3184 T 9:40am - 11:20am 0018 BUS140 01 5 BE3214 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Natoli
introduCtion to CoMPutEr hardWarE introduCtion to CoMPutEr ProGraMMinG
PREREQ: ITC 102 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor permission. This course satisfies Restricted IT PREREQ: MATH 098 with 2.0 or better.
Elective requirement. Language: Visual Basic.NET Additional 2 hrs of lab per week required.
Provides a basic understanding of hardware components in personal and portable comput- *1179 CSC110 01 5 SAM202 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Wellman
ers/peripherals. Hands-on experience installing/configuring components, and how software uniX oPEratinG SyStEM
interacts with the hardware. Students learn to recognize problems and logically analyze PREREQ: MIC 101 and ITC 102 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor’s permission. This course satisfies
symptoms to develop step-by-step troubleshooting procedures that may be applied to new Restricted IT Elective requirement.
and unexpected situations. Introduces the LINUX operating systems and its basic commands. Explores the unique aspects
*3198 ITC140 01 5 BE3180 MW 1pm - 3:50pm Staff of Linux and its interoperability with other Operating Systems. Hands-on assignments utiliz-
introduCtion to MiCroCoMPutEr aPPliCationS ing a Linux-based system.
Microcomputer applications for Windows. Includes an overview of Windows, MS Word, Access, *3195 ITC136 01 5 BE3183 MW 6pm - 8:50pm Staff
PowerPoint, Internet and Browsers and email. introduCtion to CoMPutEr hardWarE
*1952 MIC101 01 4 BE3174 MTW 9:40am - 11:10am Staff PREREQ: ITC 102 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor permission. Satisfies Restricted IT Elective
Note: See the ‘Computers’ section for more options. requirement.
See the ‘Information Technology’ section for full description.
*3198 ITC140 01 5 BE3180 MW 1pm - 3:50pm Staff
Summer Quarter 2011
dataBaSE dEVEloPMEnt for ProGraMMErS dataBaSE dEVEloPMEnt for ProGraMMErS
PREREQ: MIC 101 w/ 2.0 or higher. PREREQ: MIC 101 w/ 2.0 or higher.
This course provides programmers with an overview of database theory and systems. It will See ‘Information Technology/ Database Administration and Development’ for full description.
also provide hands-on experience with relational databases, simple ADO, SQL, and XML. *3206 ITC220 01 5 BE3179 MW 4pm - 6:50pm Staff
*3206 ITC220 01 5 BE3179 MW 4pm - 6:50pm Staff SPECial toPiCS
dESiGninG dataBaSE SolutionS Contact Lisa Sandoval at email@example.com for more information.
PREREQ: ITC 222 with 2.0 or better. *3186 ITC298 01 3 ARR TTh TBD Staff
Uses Visual Basic and ADO or some other language, such as C#, to develop business tier uniX for nEtWorK adMiniStration
modules and user interfaces for databases. May involve COM and Active X programming or PREREQ: ITC 136 with 2.0 or higher.
other current technologies. Intermediate course covering the organization of UNIX-based hardware components, operat-
*3208 ITC224 01 5 BE3179 TTh 9:40am - 12:50pm Staff ing system software and host administrator tools. Topics include multi-user, multi-tasking,
dataBaSE adMiniStration time-sharing networked communications, security, remote access and performance monitor-
PREREQ: ITC 222 with 2.0 or better. ing with consideration of operational and networking issues.
Provides practice with administrative activities, security and backupon a Relational Database *3226 NET138 01 5 BE3183 TTh 6pm - 8:50pm Staff
Management System (RDBMS), using Administrative SQL and other RDBMS tools. nEtWorK ManaGEMEnt - CiSCo iii
*3211 ITC226 01 5 BE3179 TTh 1pm - 4pm Conger PREREQ: NET 144 w/ 2.0 or higher.
WEB dataBaSES Last of three courses concentrating on hands-on configuration and maintenance of LANs,
PREREQ: WEB 110 w/ a 2.0 or higher. Novell Networks, IPX, IGRP, WANs, ISDN, PPP, Frame Relay design.
Hands-on, practical course introducing the techniques needed to create database-driven *3227 NET146 01 5 BE3180 MW 6pm - 8:50pm Staff
web sites. The languages and methods used for database access will remain flexible to reflect EntErPriSE aPPliCationS
current industry standards; currently uses PHP and MYSQL. Investigate managing and maintaining enterprise applications in a highly integrated comput-
*3210 ITC280 01 5 BE3173 MW 7pm - 9:50pm Staff ing environment. Examine LAN and WAN server applications implementing a user environ-
adVanCEd WEB dataBaSES ment from a case study. Focus on the user experience as server application access crosses the
PREREQ: ITC 280 w/ 2.0 or better or instructor permission. enterprise lan/wan security boundaries. A small business scenario will be the foundation for
Covers technology trends such as XML, RSS, and AJAX. Learn to integrate advanced database this survey of software tools and applications. Use a client server environment like Microsoft’s
topics like stored procedures and transactions, comparing and contrasting multiple web small business server.
platforms such as PHP, ASP.NET and JSP. *3225 NET200 01 10 BE3183 MTWTh 9:40am - 12:50pm Messerly
*3212 ITC281 01 5 BE3173 MW 1pm - 3:50pm Staff
nEtWorK ESSEntialS - CoMPtia nEtWorK + Information Technology/ Programming
PREREQ: MIC 101 with 2.0 or higher or ability to use MS Office. This course satisfies Restricted BE3176 206.934.3150
IT Elective requirement. seattlecentral.edu/programs/programming/
See Information Technology Program for description. ur Programming certificate provides the skills needed for employment
*3214 NET120 01 5 BE3183 TTh 1pm - 3:50pm Staff as an entry-level programmer. You will obtain expertise in various
WEB authorinG i programming languages. Additional courses include systems analysis,
PREREQ: MIC 101 w/ 2.0 or higher. operating systems and hardware. Many students choose the A.A.S.-T option to
See the ‘Information Technology’ section for full description. continue on for a four-year degree or add courses in Web Development for a
*3233 WEB110 01 4 BE3156 TTh 1pm - 3:30pm Staff
well-rounded education. New students are accepted every quarter. Acceptance
Information Technology/ into Seattle Central does not guarantee you acceptance into the program.
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00
Network Design and Administration
BE3176 206.934.3150 CuStoMEr rElationS
seattlecentral.edu/programs/network/ Discuss several aspects of customer interaction including resolving complaints, de-escalating
etwork administrators are needed to design, test, and secure systems
tense situations and using technology to assist in customer service.
0018 BUS140 01 5 BE3214 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Natoli
such as local area networks (LANs), wide area networks (WANs), and the
introduCtion to CoMPutEr ProGraMMinG
Internet. Our networking curriculum includes Cisco classes, IT electives PREREQ: MATH 098 with 2.0 or better.
and specially designed network courses offering two certificate options. Language: Visual Basic.NET Additional 2 hrs of lab per week required.
Through hands-on work, students gain valuable experience and excellent *1179 CSC110 01 5 SAM202 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Wellman
networking skills. New students are accepted every quarter. Acceptance into CoMPutEr ProGraMMinG for EnGinEErS
Seattle Central does not guarantee you acceptance into the program. PREREQ: MATH&141 w/ a 2.0 or better AND CSC 110 w/ a 2.0 or better, or permission.
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00 Language: JAVA Additional 2 hours per week required during open computer lab hours.
CuStoMEr rElationS *1180 CSC142 01 5 SAM202 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Lepeintre
Discuss several aspects of customer interaction including resolving complaints, de-escalating introduCtion to C++ ProGraMMinG
tense situation and using technology to assist in customer service. PREREQ: ITC 110 with 2.0 or better.
0018 BUS140 01 5 BE3214 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Natoli Introduction to C++ language, emphasizing its improvements over C as a way of creating
uniX oPEratinG SyStEM less buggy, more maintainable and better designed programs. Covers principles of object-
PREREQ: MIC 101 and ITC 102 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor’s permission. This course satsfies oriented programming concepts by developing practical applications.
Restricted IT Elective requirement. *3192 ITC115 01 5 BE3179 MW 9:40am - 12:50pm Conger
See ‘Information Technology/ Database Administration and Development’ for description. uniX oPEratinG SyStEM
*3195 ITC136 01 5 BE3183 MW 6pm - 8:50pm Staff PREREQ: MIC 101 and ITC 102 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor’s permission. This course satisfies
introduCtion to CoMPutEr hardWarE Restricted IT Elective requirement.
PREREQ: ITC 102 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor permission. This course satisfies Restricted IT See ‘Information Technology/ Database Administration and Development’ for description.
Elective requirement. *3195 ITC136 01 5 BE3183 MW 6pm - 8:50pm Staff
See the ‘Information Technology’ section for full description. introduCtion to CoMPutEr hardWarE
*3198 ITC140 01 5 BE3180 MW 1pm - 3:50pm Staff PREREQ: ITC 102 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor permission. This course satisfies Restricted IT
introduCtion to nEtWorK SECurity Elective requirement. See ‘Information Technology’ section for full description.
PREREQ: NET 120 with 2.0 or better or permission. *3198 ITC140 01 5 BE3180 MW 1pm - 3:50pm Staff
Intro to network security, building and administering secure network architechtures. Covers ProGraMMinG for thE WEB
firewalls, vulnerability scanners, encryption, risk monitoring and assessment tools, digital PREREQ: WEB 110 AND ITC 110 with 2.0 or higher or instructor permission.
certificates, authentication and network vulnerabilities. Security Lab uses wired desktop Hands-on, project-driven introduction to web programming. Students incorporate HTML
systems and wireless PDAs to Linux, Macintosh and Windows systems used by small and with a server-side language, such as PHP to enhance web pages. Introduction to server-sided
medium businesses. programming included. The programming and scripting languages will remain flexible to
*3228 ITC151 01 5 BE3183 MW 1pm - 3:50pm Staff reflect the latest industry standards.
*3204 ITC216 01 5 BE3173 TTh 9:40am - 12:50pm Staff
dataBaSE dEVEloPMEnt for ProGraMMErS WEB authorinG i
See ‘Information Technology/ Database Administration and Development’ for description. PREREQ: MIC 101 w/ 2.0 or higher or ability to use MS Office.
*3206 ITC220 01 5 BE3179 MW 4pm - 6:50pm Staff See ‘Information Technology’ section for full description.
WEB dataBaSES *3233 WEB110 01 4 BE3156 TTh 1pm - 3:30pm Staff
PREREQ: WEB 110 w/ a 2.0 or higher. WEB authorinG ii
Hands-on, practical course introducing the techniques needed to create database-driven PREREQ: WEB 110 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor permission.
web sites. The languages and methods used for database access will remain flexible to reflect Course covers elements of web page development, design and production with intermediate
current industry standards; currently uses PHP and MYSQL. to advanced use of cascading stylesheets (CSS), introduction to dreamweaver CS5, ftp tools,
SPECial toPiCS *3235 WEB120 01 4 BE3156 TTh 7pm - 9:15pm Staff
Contact Lisa Sandoval firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. WEB dESiGn With drEaMWEaVEr
*3187 ITC298 01 2 BE3173 MW TBD Staff Implement Dreamweaver’s extended capabilities to build forms, create image rollovers, image
nEtWorK ESSEntialS - CoMPtia nEtWorK + maps, behaviors, sprys and place multi-media files in web pages. Use Dreamweaver’s site
PREREQ: MIC 101 with 2.0 or higher or ability to use MS Office. This course satisfies Restricted maintenance features to manage assets such as CSS files and images over multiple client
IT Elective requirement. websites. Prerequisite: WEB 120 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor permisssion.
See ‘Information Technology’ section for full description. *3238 WEB130 01 3 BE3173 TTh 5:30pm - 7:15pm Staff
WEB authorinG i PREREQ: WEB110 with 2.0 or higher.
PREREQ: MIC 101 w/ 2.0 or higher or ability to use MS Office. In-depth look at programming concepts, techniques and styles affecting web page design.
*3233 WEB110 01 4 BE3156 TTh 1pm - 3:30pm Staff lem-solving strategies.
*3234 WEB150 01 3 BE3175 TTh 5pm - 6:50pm Staff
Information Technology/ Web Design WritinG for thE WEB
BE3176 206.934.3150 PREREQ: WEB 120 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor permission.
seattlecentral.edu/programs/webdesign/ An in-depth look at writing and editing techniques for electronic media w/ emphasis on the web.
eb design appeals to students who enjoy integrating creative Learn how to write compelling, reader-friendly content. Emphasizes teamwork and building
work with the design of websites. Web Designers are responsible relationships with editors, designers, producers and other content generating professionals.
*3240 WEB160 01 2 BE3175 MW 7:10pm - 8:30pm Staff
for the design and creation of web sites for companies to explore
e-commerce. Our four-quarter certificate program includes new user design,
WEB aniMation uSinG flaSh
PREREQ: WEB 120 with 2.0 or better.
animation, typography and writing courses customized for Web Design Hands-on introduction to Adobe Flash CS5. Students create digital animations that incorpo-
students. New students are accepted every quarter. Acceptance into Seattle rate text, sound, movement and build a web site that functions on multiple platforms.
Central does not guarantee you acceptance into the program. *3241 WEB170 01 3 BE3173 TTh 7:25pm - 9:10pm Staff
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00 thEory of WEB dESiGn
uniX oPEratinG SyStEM PREREQ: WEB 110 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor permission.
PREREQ: MIC 101 and ITC 102 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor’s permission. Satisfies Restricted Overview of principles and practices of professional web site design including structure, lay-
IT Elective requirement. out, navigation, color theory and typography to build and produce user friendly sites adhering
See ‘Information Technology/ Database Administration and Development’ for description. to industry standards.
*3195 ITC136 01 5 BE3183 MW 6pm - 8:50pm Staff 3242 WEB200 01 4 BE3173 TTh 2:30pm - 4:50pm Staff
introduCtion to CoMPutEr hardWarE WEB CarEEr StratEGiES
PREREQ: ITC 102 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor permission. Satisfies Restricted IT Elective PREREQ: ITC 200 with 2.0 or better.
requirement. Presents the various tools and skills needed to transition into the web industry. Through
See ‘Information Technology’ section for full description. exercises and assignments, students hone their ability to launch their web careers, display
*3198 ITC140 01 5 BE3180 MW 1pm - 3:50pm Staff their skills and find appropriate positions.
uSEr EXPEriEnCE dESiGn *3243 WEB205 01 2 BE3156 TTh 4pm - 5:20pm Staff
PREREQ: WEB 120 with 2.0 or higher, or WEB 110 AND ITC 110 with 2.0 or better. adVanCEd WEB dESiGn
Explores the boundary where human meets machine, addressing the principles of design and Hands-on experience working on a web team with real-world client projects. Offered at the
the tensions between aesthetics and usability. Learn how to analyze application tasks and same time as WEB 210, students provide predominantly the design and development skills.
functions and create a look and feel that is understandable and usable. The ITC 210 students provide predominantly database and programming skills.
*3203 ITC200 01 4 BE3156 MW 1pm - 3:20pm Staff *3244 WEB210 01 5 BE3175 MW 4pm - 6:50pm Staff
dataBaSE dEVEloPMEnt for ProGraMMErS
This course provides programmers with an overview of database theory and systems. It will Information Technology/ Web Development
also provide hands-on experience with relational databases, simple ADO, SQL, and XML. BE3176 206.934.3150
*3206 ITC220 01 5 BE3179 MW 4pm - 6:50pm Staff seattlecentral.edu/programs/webdev/
WEB dataBaSES nternet growth has generated a variety of occupations related to the design,
PREREQ: WEB 110 w/ a 2.0 or higher. development, and maintenance of websites. Web development is designed
Hands-on, practical course introducing the techniques needed to create database-driven for students who enjoy programming and logic.The certificate program
web sites. The languages and methods used for database access will remain flexible to reflect shares many classes with the Programming option such as programming
current industry standards; currently uses PHP and MYSQL. languages, database curriculum, and client/server interaction. New students
*3210 ITC280 01 5 BE3173 MW 7pm - 9:50pm Staff are accepted every quarter. Acceptance into Seattle Central does not
SPECial toPiCS guarantee you acceptance into the program.
Contact Lisa Sandoval email@example.com for more information. *COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00
*3187 ITC298 01 2 BE3173 MW TBD Staff
nEtWorK ESSEntialS - CoMPtia nEtWorK + introduCtion to CoMPutEr ProGraMMinG
PREREQ: MIC 101 with 2.0 or higher or ability to use MS Office. This course satisfies Restricted PREREQ: MATH 098 with 2.0 or better.
IT Elective requirement. Language: Visual Basic.NET Additional 2 hrs of lab per week required.
See ‘Information Technology’ section for full description. *1179 CSC110 01 5 SAM202 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Wellman
*3214 NET120 01 5 BE3183 TTh 1pm - 3:50pm Staff CoMPutEr ProGraMMinG for EnGinEErS
introduCtion to loGiC PREREQ: MATH&141 w/ a 2.0 or better AND CSC 110 w/ a 2.0 or better, or permission.
Examines the principles of Aristotelian and symbolic logic, deductive argument and proof. Language: JAVA Additional 2 hours per week required during open computer lab hours.
Covers the meaning of language and its place in the reasoning process. Includes the applica- *1180 CSC142 01 5 SAM202 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Lepeintre
tion of logic to other fields. Fulfills QSR requirement for A.A. degree.
0950 PHIL&106 01 5 BE4181 MW 1:30pm - 4:30pm Staff
Note: See ‘Philosophy’ section for more options.
Summer Quarter 2011
introduCtion to C++ ProGraMMinG
PREREQ: ITC 110 with 2.0 or better. Interpreter Training Program
Introduction to C++ language, emphasizing its improvements over C as away of creating BE3210 206.934.4347
less buggy, more maintainable and better designed programs. Covers principles of object- seattlecentral.edu/programs/interpreter
oriented programming concepts by developing practical applications. his is the only two-year (six-quarter) A.A.S.-T. degree program in interpreting
*3192 ITC115 01 5 BE3179 MW 9:40am - 12:50pm Conger in western Washington. You may work as an American Sign Language
uniX oPEratinG SyStEM interpreter in schools, vocational rehabilitation, social and mental health
PREREQ: MIC 101 and ITC 102 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor’s permission. This course satsfies agencies, theaters, libraries, museums, companies, or as a freelance interpreter.
Restricted IT Elective requirement. Students are accepted into the program each fall. Acceptance into Seattle
See Information Technology/ Database Administration and Development for description. Central does not guarantee acceptance into the program. See the college
*3195 ITC136 01 5 BE3183 MW 6pm - 8:50pm Staff
website for program entrance requirements and prerequisites.
introduCtion to CoMPutEr hardWarE
PREREQ: ITC 102 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor permission. This course satisfies Restricted IT For ASL Placement, contact the Testing Center.
Elective requirement. dEaf-Blind intErPrEtinG
See ‘Information Technology’ section for full description. PREREQ: Completion of ASL VI passed with 2.5 or better, or demonstrated proficiency in
*3198 ITC140 01 5 BE3180 MW 1pm - 3:50pm Staff ASL. Focuses on the specialist skills needed for Deaf-Blind interpreting. Cultural norms and
adVanCEd WEB dEVEloPMEnt etiquette, tactile modications of ASL, commonly used communication modes, interpreting
PREREQ: ITC 280 with a 2.0 or higher. visual information, and environmental consideration for the interpreter are emphasized
Provides hands-on experience working on a web team with real-world client projects. Offered through interactive instruction, simulations, guided interpreting practice, blindfold experi-
at the same time as WEB 210, students provide predominantly the database and program- ences, and guest presentations by Deaf-Blind people.
ming skills. The WEB 210 students provide predominantly design and development skills. 0351 ITP119 01 2 BE1114 MTWTh 9am - 12:15pm Aron
*3205 ITC210 01 5 BE3184 MW 4pm - 6:50pm Staff Class meets From 7/4 - 7/14 on MTWTh
ProGraMMinG for thE WEB 0352 ITP119 02 2 BE1114 MTWTh 2pm - 5:15pm Aron
PREREQ: WEB 110 AND ITC 110 with 2.0 or higher or instructor permission. Class meets From 7/4 - 7/14 on MTWTh
See ‘Information Technology/Programming” section for full description. finGErSPEllinG/nuMBErS
*3204 ITC216 01 5 BE3173 TTh 9:40am - 12:50pm Staff 0355 ITP132 01 4 BE4179 TTh 5pm - 7:45pm Moxham
dataBaSE dEVEloPMEnt for ProGraMMErS introduCtion/d-B intErPrEtinG
PREREQ: MIC 101 w/ a 2.0 or higher. 0353 ITP220 01 2 BE1114 MTWTh 9am - 12:15pm Aron
This course provides programmers with an overview of database theory and systems. It will Class meets From 7/18 - 7/28 on MTWTh
also provide hands-on experience with relational databases, simple ADO, SQL, and XML. 0354 ITP220 02 2 BE1114 MTWTh 2pm - 5:15pm Aron
*3206 ITC220 01 5 BE3179 MW 4pm - 6:50pm Staff Class meets From 7/18 - 7/28 on MTWTh
WEB dataBaSES CoMParatiVE linGuiStiCS: aSl and EnGliSh
PREREQ: WEB 110 w/ a 2.0 or higher. PREREQ: Completion of ASL 221 (ASL III) or equivalent with permission of instructor.
Hands-on, practical course introducing the techniques needed to create database-driven This course compares the fundamental linguistic structures of ASL and English including
web sites. The languages and methods used for database access will remain flexible to reflect phonology, morphology, syntax, language use. Teaches students to think critically about the
current industry standards; currently uses PHP and MYSQL. structure of ASL.
*3210 ITC280 01 5 BE3173 MW 7pm - 9:50pm Staff 0349 LAN110 01 5 BE1114 MW 5:45pm - 9pm Roberts
adVanCEd WEB dataBaSES
PREREQ: ITC 280 w/ 2.0 or better or instructor permission. Languages
See ‘Information Technology/Database Administration and Development’ section for full BE4128 206.934.4164
description. *COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00
*3212 ITC281 01 5 BE3173 MW 1pm - 3:50pm Staff aMEriCan SiGn lanGuaGE
SPECial toPiCS Please see Deaf Studies for course listings. For ASL Placement, contact the Testing Center.
Contact Lisa Sandoval firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. frEnCh i
*3187 ITC298 01 2 BE3173 MW TBD Staff PREREQ: ENGL& 101 eligibiity recommended. There is an optional service-learning compo-
nEtWorK ESSEntialS - CoMPtia nEtWorK + nent to this class for an additional 2 credits.
PREREQ: MIC 101 with 2.0 or higher or ability to use MS Office. This course satisfies Restricted Fundamentals of grammar and syntax, oral and written exercises, pronunciation, reading
IT Elective requirement. and conversation, and cultural aspects of French-speaking countries. Oral practice with tapes
See ‘Information Technology’ section for full description. required outside of class. For students with no previous French studies. French intensive 121,
*3214 NET120 01 5 BE3183 TTh 1pm - 3:50pm Staff 122, 123 are linked courses and can be taken individually after the first week of the quarter.
WEB authorinG i Class meets 6/27 through 7/13.
PREREQ: MIC 101 w/ 2.0 or higher or ability to use MS Office. *0120 FRCH&121 01 5 BE4179 MTWTh 8am - 1:30pm Lonay
See ‘Information Technology’ section for full description. LAB BE3151 TTh 8am - 9:30am
*3233 WEB110 01 4 BE3156 TTh 1pm - 3:30pm Staff frEnCh ii
WEB authorinG ii PREREQ: FRCH& 121 or permission.
PREREQ: WEB 110 w/ 2.0 or higher or instructor permission. Continuation of FRCH& 121. Emphasis on pronunciation and oral and written communication.
See ‘Information Technology/Web Design’ section for full description. French intensive 121, 122, 123 are linked courses and can be taken individually after the first
*3235 WEB120 01 4 BE3156 TTh 7pm - 9:15pm Staff week of the quarter. Class meets 7/14 through 8/1.
PREREQ: WEB110 with 2.0 or higher. LAB BE3151 TTh 8am - 1:30pm
In-depth look at programming concepts, techniques and styles affecting web page design. frEnCh iii
lem-solving strategies. Continuation of FRCH& 122. Develop skills in oral and written communication while master-
*3234 WEB150 01 3 BE3175 TTh 5pm - 6:50pm Staff ing pronunciation techniques. French intensive 121, 122, 123 are linked courses and can be
WEB CarEEr StratEGiES taken individually after the first week of the quarter. Class meets 8/2 through 8/19.
PREREQ: ITC 200 with 2.0 or better. *0122 FRCH&123 01 5 BE4179 MTWTh 8am - 1:30pm Bodi
Presents the various tools and skills needed to transition into the web industry. Through LAB BE3151 TTh 8am - 9:30am
exercises and assignments, students hone their ability to launch their web careers, display
their skills and find appropriate positions. Teach English abroad! Check out TESOL, p. 55
*3243 WEB205 01 2 BE3156 TTh 4pm - 5:20pm Staff
SPaniSh i alGEBra ii
PREREQ: ENGL& 101 eligibility recommended. PREREQ: MATH 084 with 2.0 or higher or placement exam w/in the last 3 years.
Fundamentals of grammar and syntax, oral and written exercises, pronunciation, reading and Exponents, rational equations, expressions and graphs; arithmetic of polynomial expressions,
conversation, and cultural aspects of Spanish-speaking countries. Oral practice with tapes roots, and radical expressions. Quadratic equations. Some sections may be linked to other
required outside of class. Intended for students with no previous Spanish studies. Spanish courses or require entry codes. For info on links and how to get entry codes, visit http://seat-
intensive 121, 122, 123 are linked courses and cannot be taken individually. tlecentral.edu/learn/math/
Meets 6/27 through 7/13. 1276 MATH085 01 5 BE4184 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Staff
*0125 SPAN&121 01 5 BE4144 MTWTh 8am - 1:30pm Quintero 1277 MATH085 02 5 SAM200 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Staff
LAB BE3168 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am 1286 MATH085 11 5 SAM103 MW 5:30pm - 8:30pm Staff
*0128 SPAN&121 02 5 BE4144 MTWTh 5pm - 9:30pm Quintana
LAB BE3168 MTWTh 7pm - 9pm Technology Note: The Texas Instruments TI-83/84 are the preferred calculators for SCCC
SPaniSh ii courses beginning with MATH 098. Classroom instruction will be provided for this model
PREREQ: SPAN& 121 or permission. only. SCCC operates a calculator rental program for students who do not own or are
Continuation of SPAN& 121. Emphasizes pronunciation, oral and written communication. unable to purchase a TI-83/84. We recommend that students not purchase other TI mod-
Spanish intensive 121, 122, 123 are linked courses and cannot be taken individually. els or other brands of graphing calculators. Models other than the TI–83/84 may not be
Classes meets 7/14 through 8/1. allowed during in-class exams; see instructor for details.
*0126 SPAN&122 01 5 BE4144 MTWTh 8am - 1:30pm Quintero/Robertson For more information on course offerings after MATH 098 or technology usage in MATH
LAB BE3168 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am 117 and MATH&148, visit http://www.seattlecentral.edu/learn/math/courses.html.
*0129 SPAN&122 02 5 BE4144 MTWTh 5pm - 9:30pm Quintana/Tamboro
LAB BE3168 MTWTh 7pm - 9pm intErMEdiatE alGEBra
PREREQ: MATH 085 with 2.2 or higher or a year of high school algebra and placement exam
SPaniSh iii w/in the last 3 years.
PREREQ: SPAN& 122 or permission. Linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic models, and other intermediate algebra skills.
Continuation of SPAN& 122. Spanish intensive 121, 122, 123 are linked courses and cannot be Graphing calculator required. ( See Technology Note). Some sections may be linked to other
taken individually. Classes meets 8/2 through 8/19. courses or require entry codes. For info on links or how to get entry codes visit http://seat-
*0127 SPAN&123 01 5 BE4144 MTWTh 8am - 1:30pm Robertson tlecentral.edu/learn/math/
LAB BE3168 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am 1291 MATH098 01 5 SAM103 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Staff
*0130 SPAN&123 02 5 BE4144 MTWTh 5pm - 9:30pm Tamburo 1292 MATH098 02 5 SAM101 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Staff
LAB BE3168 MTWTh 7pm - 9pm 1302 MATH098 12 5 SAM101 TTh 5:30pm - 8:30pm Staff
indEPEndEnt Study in SPaniSh PrECalCuluS i
PREREQ: Permission of dean. PREREQ: MATH 098 w/ 2.5 or higher OR 1.5 years of high school algebra plus placement exam
An independent study course of selected topic(s) in Spanish. A research project of mutual w/in the last 3 years.
desirability is assigned by the appropriate supervising faculty. Q course. Learn polynomial, rational, exponential and logs. Graphing calculator required. (See
0133 SPAN299 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson Technology Note). Some sections may be linked to other courses or require entry codes. For
Distance Education Courses info on links or how to get entry codes, visit http://seattlecentral.edu/learn/math.
BE1140 206.934.4060 1326 MATH&141 01 5 SAM200 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Staff
SPaniSh i 1327 MATH&141 02 5 SAM103 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Staff
PREREQ: ENGL& 101 eligibility recommended. 1329 MATH&141 12 5 SAM102 TTh 5:30pm - 8:30pm Staff
9085 SPAN&121 VI 5 Video/DVD Quintero PrECalCuluS ii
SPaniSh ii PREREQ: MATH&141 w/ 2.2 or higher or 2 years of high school math plus placement exam
PREREQ: SPAN& 121 or permission. w/in the last 3 years.
9090 SPAN&122 VI 5 Video/DVD Quintero Q course. Trigonometry, analytic geometry in two and three dimensions, and related algebra
topics necessary for calculus. Graphing calculator required (see Technology Note). Students
SPaniSh iii should take MATH&141 and MATH&142 if they want to take MATH&151. Not recommended
PREREQ: SPAN& 122 or permission. for Business majors. Some sections may be linked to other courses or require entry codes. For
9095 SPAN&123 VI 5 Video/DVD Quintero
info on links or how to get entry codes, visit http://seattlecentral.edu/learn/math.
1332 MATH&142 01 5 SAM301 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Staff
Mathematics 1333 MATH&142 11 5 SAM101 MW 5:30pm - 8:30pm Staff
seattlecentral.edu/learn/math/ CalCuluS i
The following courses are intended to prepare students for college-level math PREREQ: MATH& 142 w/ 2.2 or higher w/in the last 3 years.
courses or for their vocational careers. First-time students who wish to enroll Q course. Study of global and local behavior of functions including: limits, continuity and
in a math course should contact the SCCC Testing Office, 206.587.6913, room rates of change. Derivatives of all classes of elementary functions are considered together
BE1107, to arrange for a placement test prior to their specified appointment with their applications.Concurrent enrollment in CSC 102-Q. Graphing calculator required.
time with the Planning and Advising/Registration Office. (see Technology Note).
*1338 MATH&151 01 5 SAM102 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Staff
If your prerequisite course(s) is more than three (3) years old, you will have to
take the placement test.
PREREQ: MATH&151 w/ 2.0 or higher w/in the last 3 years AND, if not MATHEMATICA profi-
Some courses are linked to other courses, require concurrent enrollment in cient, concurrent enrollment in CSC 102-Q.
other courses or require entry codes from an instructor. For more information, Q course. The definite integral and its applications; antiderivatives and the fundamental
visit our website at http://www.seattlecentral.org/learn/math. theorem; basic techniques of integration; numerical integration methods, Taylor Series and
*COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00 an introduction to different equations. Graphing calculator required (see Technology Note).
BaSiC Math SKillS *1344 MATH&152 01 5 SAM102 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Staff
PREREQ: Placement exam. CalCuluS iii
Computation with whole numbers, fractions, decimals, ratio and proportion, percent, pre- PREREQ: MATH&152 w/ 2.0 or higher w/in the last 3 years, AND if not MATHEMATICA profi-
algebra, and area and perimeter of rectangular and circular figures. Some sections may be cient, concurrent enrollment inCSC 102-Q.
linked to other courses or require entry codes. For info on links or how to get entry codes, visit Q course. Polar forms; vectors in space; derivatives and integrals of functions of two and three
http://seattlecentral.edu/learn/math/ Linked classes require concurrent enrollment. variables. Graphing calculator required.(see Technology Note).
1243 MATH081 01 5 SAM207 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Staff *1345 MATH&153 01 5 SAM301 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Staff
alGEBra i Distance Education Courses
PREREQ: MATH 081 w/ 2.0 or higher or placement exam w/in the last3 years. BE1140 206.934.4060
Basic operations with variables; solving and graphing linear equations and inequalities; word Q/iS – Math in SoCiEty: thE hiStory of MathEMatiCS
problems; system of equations. Some sections may be linked to other courses or require entry PREREQ: MATH 098 with 2.0 or better or placement exam out of MATH 098.
codes. For info on links or how to get entry codes, visit http://seattlecentral.edu/learn/math/ The focus of this course will be the historical development of mathematics. Regular par-
1257 MATH084 01 5 SAM101 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Staff ticipation in web-site discussion forums is required. Students must have regular access to the
1258 MATH084 02 5 BE4184 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Staff internet, e-mail, and a fax machine (if they cannot submit work in person). For permission to
1270 MATH084 11 5 SAM102 MW 5:30pm - 8:30pm Staff enroll visit http://seattlemath.com/107/Info
40 9160 MATH 107 OL 5 Online Morales
Summer Quarter 2011
Q-ElEMEntary StatiStiCS GrouP Piano - 6th QuartEr
PREREQ: MATH 098 with 2.5 or better or MATH 116 with 2.0 or better or placement. Students PREREQ: MUSC 222 or permission. Practicum in various skills in music, such as tutorial assis-
should have access to high speed internet and email. tant in piano theory, coaching vocal students or apprenticeship in use of electronic equipment
For students who need a working knowledge of statistics or who need to prepare for (Broadway Performance Hall). Continuation of MUSC 222.
more advanced course work in statistics. Topics covered are descriptive methods, prob- 0879 MUSC223 01 2 BPH0202 MTW 9:40am - 10:50am Mesler
ability and probability distributions; sampling and the central limit theorem; hypothesis PraCtiCuM in MuSiC
testing, decisions and other statistical inference methods; analysis of variance and regres- Practicum in various skills in music, such as tutorial assistant in piano theory, coaching vocal
sion; and applications. students or apprenticeship in use of electronic equipment (Broadway Performance Hall).
9196 MATH109 OL 5 Online Tiu 0924 MUSC298 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson
PraCtiCuM in MuSiC
Meteorology PREREQ: Permission of dean.
206.934.3858 Do research performance in an area of interest. Course structure determined by student and
Distance Education Courses 0925 MUSC299 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson
MEtEoroloGy Campus Seminar Courses
8919 MEY100 C01 5 Correspondence Castell BE1144 206.934.4429
roCK MuSiC - hiStory and PErSPECtiVES i
Music Seminar dates: 5 seminar sessions-to be announced.
BE4128 206.934.4164 8927 MUSC116 S01 5 BPH Campus Seminar Cauter
BEGinninG GrouP Piano - 1St QuartEr hiStory of JaZZ
Lab course for the general student to develop technical proficiency and sight-reading skills. Seminar dates: 5 seminar sessions-to be announced.
0860 MUSC126 01 2 BPH0202 MTW 9:40am - 10:50am Mesler 8903 MUSC204 S01 5 BPH Campus Seminar Cauter
BEGinninG GrouP Piano - 2nd QuartEr Distance Education Courses
PREREQ: MUSC 126 or permission. BE1140 206.934.4060
Class piano for students with previous keyboard experience. introduCtion to World MuSiC
0870 MUSC127 01 2 BPH0202 MTW 9:40am - 10:50am Mesler 9101 MUSC110 OL 5 Online Cauter
BEGinninG GrouP Piano - 3rd QuartEr roCK MuSiC - hiStory and PErSPECtiVES i
PREREQ: MUSC 127 or permission. 8925 MUSC116 OL 5 Correspondence Cauter
Continuation of MUSC 127. hiStory of JaZZ
0880 MUSC128 01 2 BPH0202 MTW 9:40am - 10:50am Mesler 8821 MUSC204 OL 5 Correspondence Cauter
indiVidual inStruCtion: VoiCE 9146 MUSC204 OL 5 Online Cauter
In addition to the regular college tuition there is a lesson fee of $220 for ten half-hour lessons
and $440 for ten one-hour lessons. NOTE: Permission of instructor is required before registra- Nursing
tion can take place. BE3204 206.934.4123
0890 MUSC130 01 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Mesler seattlecentral.edu/programs/nursing
0974 MUSC130 02 2 BE4128 ARR ARR King
0975 MUSC130 03 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Lee ur six-quarter A.A.S.-T. degree program in nursing is approved by the
0978 MUSC130 05 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Strandberg Washington State Board of Nursing and accredited by the National
indiVidual inStruCtion: WoodWindS League for Nursing. It includes general education courses, nursing
PREREQ: Permission. theory, lab, and clinical practice courses. As a registered nurse, you may work in
0894 MUSC134 01 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Antolin hospitals, convalescent centers, physicians offices, or home health care. Students
indiVidual inStruCtion: PErCuSSion are accepted into the program each fall. Acceptance into Seattle Central
PREREQ: Permission does not guarantee acceptance into the program. Contact program office
0895 MUSC135 01 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Kirk regarding information sessions on entrance requirements and prerequisites.
indiVidual inStruCtion: CoMPoSition lPn/rn tranSition
PREREQ: Permission. PREREQ: Permission. Taken concurrently with NUR 120.
0896 MUSC136 01 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Mesler Designed for the LPN to make a successful transition to RN student at the 4th quarter level.
indiVidual inStruCtion: Guitar Emphasis on applying critical thinking and nursing process to selected physiological and
PREREQ: Permission. psycho-social alterations. Methods of instruction will be individualized, based upon initial
0898 MUSC138 01 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Mardis diagnostic assessment.
0988 MUSC138 02 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Catford 3584 NUR106 01 8 BE3211 MT 9am - 3:30pm Staff
0989 MUSC138 03 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Contreras nurSinG PraCtiCE
indiVidual inStruCtion: Piano PREREQ: Restricted to students currently in the ADN program.
PREREQ: Permission. 3612 NUR114 01 4 WTh 2:30pm - 10pm Staff
0891 MUSC171 01 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Sasaki 3613 NUR114 02 4 ThF 6:30am - 2:30pm Staff
0981 MUSC171 02 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Mesler 3614 NUR114 03 4 ThF 6:30am - 2:30pm Staff
0982 MUSC171 03 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Willrich lPn/rn tranSition: aSSESSMEntS & intErVEntion
indiVidual inStruCtion: StrinGS PREREQ: Permission. Taken concurrently with NUR 106.
PREREQ: Permission. Integrates critical thinking in practical caregiving situations. Emphasis on principles used in
0893 MUSC172 01 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Mardis performing selected nursing skills in various contexts.
indiVidual inStruCtion: BraSS 3621 NUR120 01 1 BE3215 ARR ARR Staff
PREREQ: Permission. LAB ARR ARR
0897 MUSC173 01 2 BE4128 ARR ARR Antolin 3622 NUR120 02 1 BE3215 ARR ARR Staff
GrouP Piano - 4th QuartEr LAB ARR ARR
PREREQ: MUSC 128 or permission. 3623 NUR120 03 1 BE3215 ARR ARR Staff
Continuation of MUSC 128. Technique, repertoire and theory, with emphasis on classical LAB ARR ARR
compositions. 3624 NUR120 04 1 BE3215 ARR ARR Staff
0878 MUSC221 01 2 BPH0202 MTW 9:40am - 10:50am Mesler indEPEndEnt Study in nurSinG
GrouP Piano - 5th QuartEr 3708 NUR299 01 5 BE3210 ARR ARR Staff
PREREQ: MUSC 221 or permission.
Continuation of MUSC 221.
0886 MUSC222 01 2 BPH0202 MTW 9:40am - 10:50am Mesler
Nutrition Physical Education
SAM110 206.934.3858 MAC314 206.934.4152
Distance Education Courses BEGinninG WEiGht traininG
BE1140 206.934.4060 Using a variety of resistance equipment, includes both individualizedand instructor-driven
huMan nutrition programs: super-set, pyramid and circuit training. Includes safety, nutrition, supplementa-
PREREQ: Eligibility for MATH 084 and ENGL&101. tion, muscle anatomy and physiology, steroids and other ergogenic aids.
8823 NTR150 C01 5 Correspondence Ocken 2886 PEC131 01 2 SAC0154 TTh 9:40am - 11:10am Murphy
9148 NTR150 OL 5 Online Ocken yoGa
Covers postures or asanas, breathing, meditation exercises for physical and mental fitness.
Oceanography Presents yoga as a philosophy and an art form, introducing poses and their purposes.
SAM110 206.934.3858 2888 PEC136 01 2 SAC0207 TTh 9am - 10:20am Romano
Distance Education Courses 2889 PEC136 02 2 SAC0207 TTh 10:30am - 11:50am Romano
2890 PEC136 02 2 SAC0207 TTh 1pm - 2:20pm Romano
2897 PEC136 03 2 SAC0207 TTh 5:30pm - 6:50pm Sand
introduCtion to oCEanoGraPhy
8923 OCEA&100 C01 5 Correspondence Castell PhySiCal fitnESS
Instruction in developing, executing and maintaining individualized fitness programs.
Opticianry Emphasis on cardiorespiratory fitness, muscular strength and endurance and flexibility.
Discussion includes fitness, nutrition and wellness.
BE3210 206.934.4347 2892 PEC150 01 2 SAC0301 TTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Murphy
his seven-quarter A.A.S. degree is a nationally accredited program,
Improve muscular strength, muscular endurance and flexibility of the upper body, abdomi-
preparing you to dispense and fit eyeglasses and contact lenses, fill nals, back and lower body by using lightweight resistance equipment. Workouts consist of
eyeglass prescriptions and work with customers in selecting frames. resistance exercise performed to music, stretching, and fitness-related discussions.
Opticians are employed by optical firms, optometrists, ophthalmologists, 2894 PEC165 01 2 SAC0301 TTh 1pm - 2:30pm Murphy
optical manufacturers and wholesalers. Enrollment into the program is fall
and winter quarter. Acceptance into Seattle Central does not guarantee Political Science
acceptance into the program. Contact the Division for program entrance BE4128 206.934.4164
requirements and prerequisites. *COMPUTER LAB FEE $42.00
oPtiCal thEory iii aMEriCan GoVErnMEnt
PREREQ: Current enrollment in the School of Opticianry. Survey of the origin and development of the U.S. government. Covers Colonial history, the
3726 OPH103 01 3 BE2125 MW 9am - 10:50am Coffman Confederacy and the creation of a federal system, the functions of Congress, the Presidency,
ContaCt lEnSES i and courts. Includes groups, civil liberties, political parties and elections.
PREREQ: Current enrollment in the School of Opticianry. 1590 POLS&202 01 5 BE4118 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Livingston
3730 OPH106 01 5 BE2125 TTh 9am - 10:50am Coffman intErnational rElationS
LAB BE2132 TTh 11am - 1:50pm Intro to international and regional governmental organizations. Examines major issues in
3732 OPH106 02 5 BE2125 TTh 9am - 10:50am Coffman the international arena including nationalism, rise of the Third World, imperialism, the arms
LAB BE2132 MW 11am - 1:50pm race, environmentalism, and foreign policy. Emphasis on issues that foster or frustrate world
finiShinG i peace and prosperity.
PREREQ: Current enrollment in the School of Opticianry. Lab fee: $42.00 *1591 POLS&203 01 5 BE4136 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Zouari
3748 OPH113 01 5 BE2125 MW 8am - 8:50am Coffman/Van-Vliet LAB BE3165 T 9:40am - 11:10am
LAB BE2131 M 11am - 1:50pm indEPEndEnt Study in PolitiCal SCiEnCE
LAB BE2131 Th 2pm - 3:50pm PREREQ: Permission of dean.
LAB BE2131 W 11am - 3:50pm Independent research and writing on selected topics under faculty supervision.
3750 OPH113 02 5 BE2125 MW 8am - 8:50am Coffman/Van-Vliet 1615 POLS298 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson
LAB BE2131 M 2pm - 3:50pm
LAB BE2131 T 11am - 3:50pm Psychology
LAB BE2131 Th 11am - 1:50pm BE4128 206.934.4164
Philosophy Intro to the scientific study of human behavior, including learning and thinking, development,
BE4128 206.934.4164 perception, motivation, emotion, personality and individual differences, social and abnormal
introduCtion to PhiloSoPhy behavior, and research methods.
Intro to philosophical thought and issues, intellectual systems and writing of the great 1618 PSYC&100 01 5 BE4122 MTWTh 9:40am - 11:10am Jeffreys jr.
philosophers. Covers the nature of philosophy, the meaning of knowledge, values, reality, 1619 PSYC&100 02 5 SAM200 MW 6pm - 9pm Staff
and related subjects. lifESPan PSyCholoGy
0935 PHIL&101 01 5 BE4148 MTWTh 11:20am - 12:50pm Curtis PREREQ: PSYC& 100 or permission.
introduCtion to loGiC Survey of human physical, psychological, and social development from conception through
Examines the principles of Aristotelian and symbolic logic, deductive argument and proof. death. Emphasis on major developmental theories, research, and research methods of study-
Covers the meaning of language and its place in the reasoning process. Includes the applica- ing life-span development.
tion of logic to other fields. Fulfills QSR requirement for A.A. degree. 1632 PSYC&200 01 5 BE4122 MTWTh 8am - 9:30am Jeffreys jr.
0950 PHIL&106 01 5 BE4181 MW 1:30pm - 4:30pm Staff 1635 PSYC&200 02 5 BE4118 TTh 6pm - 9pm Eagleton
0951 PHIL&106 02 5 BE4135 TTh 6pm - 9pm Staff #1635 is designated for application in the Social & Human Services field.
indEPEndEnt Study in PhiloSoPhy PSyCholoGy of adJuStMEnt
PREREQ: Permission of dean. Covers the study of personality within the framework of the social system, and the application
0972 PHIL298 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson of proven psychological principles to problems of adjustment and conflict as faced in day-to-
Distance Education Courses day living. #1630 is designated for International students.
1630 PSYC120 IP 3 BE4130 TWTh 9:40am - 10:50am Smith
introduCtion to PhiloSoPhy PSyCholoGy of huMan rElationS
Covers dynamics of organizations and human resources in the workplace: motivational theory,
8932 PHIL&101 C01 5 Correspondence Curtis
leadership, group processes, organizational theory, participatory management, conflict man-
introduCtion to loGiC agement and counseling. Primarily for vocational students. #1641 is designated for Culinary
8935 PHIL&106 C01 5 Correspondence Curtis Art students.
9150 PHIL&106 OL 5 Online Staff 1641 PSYC240 CA 3 BE4149 TWTh 2pm - 3:10pm Kuwada
introduCtion to EthiCS
9065 PHIL215 VI 5 Video/DVD Staff
Summer Quarter 2011
indEPEndEnt Study in PSyCholoGy
PREREQ: Permission of dean. Service-Learning Program
Meetings with instructor on an individual basis. Contracts available in the division office. BE1103 206.934.5422
1671 PSYC298 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Staff seattlecentral.edu/service-learning/
Service-Learning is an educational approach that combines community involve-
Distance Education Courses ment with academic instruction and is linked to specific classes as either a
BE1140 206.934.4060 requirement or an option. Course assignments and final grades are determined
GEnEral PSyCholoGy by the faculty of the linked course. Advantages of service-learning include the
8944 PSYC&100 C01 5 Correspondence Smith opportunity to enhance understanding of course content, build experience
9070 PSYC&100 VI 5 Video/DVD Smith for a resume, explore career options, and earn college credit. Registration is
9152 PSYC&100 OL 5 Online Crawford coordinated by the Service-Learning Program and faculty of the linked course
lifESPan PSyCholoGy during the second week of the quarter. For additional information, contact
PREREQ: PSYC& 100 or permission. the Service-Learning Program, BE1103, 206.934.5422. Permission of instructor
9010 PSYC&200 VI 5 Video/DVD Lu required for initial entry.
dEVEloPMEntal PSyCholoGy SErViCE lEarninG: BuSinESS
9075 PSYC207 VI 5 Video/DVD Lu 7505 SLN105 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
aBnorMal PSyCholoGy 7506 SLN106 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
9168 PSYC&220 OL 5 Online Ryan 7507 SLN107 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
7508 SLN108 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
Respiratory Care SErViCE lEarninG: CoMMuniCationS
BE3210 206.934.4347 7510 SLN110 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
seattlecentral.edu/programs/respiratory 7511 SLN111 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
his seven-quarter A.A.S. degree program prepares you for entry into the 7512 SLN112 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
respiratory care field, a career with professional mobility in hospitals, medical 7513 SLN113 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
clinics, research, home care, rehabilitation, sales, and education. Respiratory SErViCE lEarninG: EnGliSh
care practitioners deliver treatment to patients suffering from breathing disorders. 7515 SLN115 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
Enrollment into the program is fall quarter only. Acceptance into Seattle 7516 SLN116 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
7517 SLN117 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
Central does not guarantee acceptance into the program. See the college 7518 SLN118 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
website for program entrance requirements and prerequisites.
SErViCE lEarninG: hEalth & huMan SErViCES
CliniCal PraCtiCE iii 7520 SLN120 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
Respiratory care practicum. Continues the development of skills learned in prior clinical 7521 SLN121 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
rotations and throughout the respiratory care program. Emphasis on respiratiory care in the 7522 SLN122 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
intensive care setting. In clinical, students will apply the skills learned in the program in real 7523 SLN123 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
clinical situations at partner facilities around King and the surrounding counties. SErViCE lEarninG: hoSPitality & Culinary artS
3810 RCP240 01 4 MTF 7am - 3:30pm Goglia 7525 SLN125 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
LAB ARR 7526 SLN126 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
3811 RCP240 02 4 MTF 7am - 3:30pm Mahoney 7527 SLN127 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
3812 RCP240 03 4 MTF 7am - 3:30pm Goglia 7528 SLN128 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
3813 RCP240 04 4 MTF 7am - 3:30pm Mahoney SErViCE lEarninG: huManitiES
3814 RCP240 05 4 MTF 7am - 3:30pm Mahoney 7530 SLN130 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
3816 RCP240 06 4 MTF 7am - 3:30pm Staff 7531 SLN131 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
rESPiratory CarE for CritiCally ill adultS 7532 SLN132 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
An exploration of respiratory care in the intensive care environment. Emphasis on the applica- 7533 SLN133 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
tion of respiratory care for patients with traumatic injury and critical illness. Covers trauma, SErViCE lEarninG: intErnational ProGraM
burns, shock, Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome. 7535 SLN135 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
3815 RCP241 01 2 BE3189 W 8:30am - 10am Goglia 7536 SLN136 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
LAB BE3189 Th 12:30pm - 2pm 7537 SLN137 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
PathoPhySioloGy for rESPiratory CarE iii 7538 SLN138 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
A continuation of RCP 133. A study of the concepts and principles by which disease alters the SErViCE lEarninG: lanGuaGES & CulturES
normal function of the cardiopulmonary system. Emphasis will be on the pathophysiology 7540 SLN140 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
of critical illness. 7541 SLN141 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
3817 RCP243 01 1 BE3189 Th 10:30am - 12pm Mahoney 7542 SLN142 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
rESPiratory CarE fundaMEntalS iV 7543 SLN143 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
Continuation of RCP 134. Emphasis on intensive care monitoring techniques. Covers electro- SErViCE lEarninG: Math
cardiogram interpretation and hemodynamic monitoring. Lab fee: $42.00. 7545 SLN145 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
3818 RCP244 01 3 BE3189 W 12pm - 2pm Mahoney 7546 SLN146 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
LAB BE3224 Th 8:30am - 10:30am 7547 SLN147 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
PharMaColoGy for rESPiratory CarE iV 7548 SLN148 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
Continuation of RCP 135. Emphasis on drugs used to treat the cardiac system as well as medi- SErViCE lEarninG: SCiEnCE
cations used in pediatric/neonatal respiratory care. Covers antihypertensive, medications to 7550 SLN150 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
treat shock, antiarrythmics, surfactant, nitric oxide and other medications used in critical care. 7551 SLN151 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
3819 RCP245 01 1 BE3189 W 10am - 11:30pm Goglia 7552 SLN152 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
indEPEndEnt Study in rESPiratory CarE 7553 SLN153 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
PREREQ: Enrollment in the program. SErViCE lEarninG: SoCial SCiEnCE
Independent study course. Meetings with the instructor are set on an individual basis. 7555 SLN155 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
3853 RCP299 01 1 BE3210 ARR ARR Staff 7556 SLN156 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
7557 SLN157 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
7558 SLN158 01 2 ARR ARR Gorman
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Social and Human Services Workshops
Social and Human Services Credit for participation in approved human services professional workshops.
toPiC: EthiCS uPdatE
his program offers an associate of applied science degree as well as the 3883 SHS296 01 1 BE3219 Th 5:30pm - 9:30pm Vanzo
following certificate programs: Child & Family Studies, Prevention Specialist, Meets: 7/7, 7/14, 7/21.
Management in Human Services, and Chemical Dependency Specialist. toPiC: BudGEt & finanCE
Completion of these will qualify you for employment in areas such as alcoholism 3884 SHS297 01 2 BE3219 T 5pm - 9pm Wu
and drug abuse treatment, corrections, mental health, aging, developmental Meets: 7/12 through 8/16.
disabilities, child welfare and delinquency, and rehabilitation. PREREQ: Eligibility toPiC: ChEMiCal dEPEndEnCy & doMEStiC ViolEnCE
for ENG 101 and MAT 084. Social and Human Services classes are open to all SCCC 3885 SHS297 02 2 BE3219 W 9am - 5pm Foley
students and may be taken as part of an A.A.S. degree or certificate in human Meets: 8/4, 8/11, 8/18.
services, A.A. degree electives, or as professional development. toPiC: ProGraM dEVEloPMEnt & Grant WritinG
lifESPan PSyCholoGy 3886 SHS297 03 2 BE4148 TTh 1pm - 4:50pm Groeschell
PREREQ: PSYC& 100 or permission. Meets: 8/2, 8/4, 8/9, 8/11, 8/16, 8/18
Survey of human physical, psychological, and social development from conception through toPiC: intErVEntion tEChniQuES
death. Emphasis on major developmental theories, research and research methods of study- 3887 SHS297 04 2 BE4183 MTh 5pm - 9pm Baltrusis
ing life-span development. Meets: 7/11, 7/14, 7/18, 7/21, 7/25, 7/28
1635 PSYC&200 02 5 BE4118 TTh 6pm - 9pm Eagleton toPiC: SPirituality in rECoVEry
Item 1635 is designed for application in the Social & Human Services field. 3888 SHS297 05 2 BE3219 W 5pm - 9pm Vanzo
introduCtion to huMan SErViCES Meets: 7/13 through 8/17
PREREQ: Eligibility for ENG 101 and MAT 084. toPiC: ChEMiCal dEPEndEnCy PrEVEntion traininG
Overview of the human service field with emphasis on the emerging role of the new profes- 3889 SHS298 01 3 BE3219 Th 8:30am - 5pm Wilhelm
sional. Includes career development, attitudes and values, behavioral and cultural differences, Meets: 7/7 through 7/28
individual and group intervention techniques, and community awareness.
3877 SHS100 01 5 BE3132 MW 1:30pm - 4:30pm Martin-Waters Sociology
SurVEy of inStitutionS BE4128 206.934.4164
PREREQ: Eligibility for ENG 101 and MAT 084. introduCtion to SoCioloGy
This is an introduction to social welfare institutions. We will explore social problems such as Covers human social interaction with emphasis on group aspects of human behavior. Includes
poverty, homelessness, substance abuse, racism, sexism etc. with an emphasis on the social culture, socialization, family, education, urbanization, gender roles, social class, deviance,
systems set up to solve these problems. race, sexuality, demography and social change. Sociology courses are web enhanced. Web
3879 SHS103 01 5 BE3203 MW 6pm - 9pm Eagleton enhanced courses have a traditional classroom (on campus) structure with an added web
GrouP dynaMiCS & CounSElinG component to enhance the students learning experience.
PREREQ: Eligibility for ENG 101 and MAT 084. 1687 SOC&101 02 5 BE4135 MTW 9am - 11:20am Hinckley
Introduction to group work, including group processes, communication patterns, group and introduCtion to aMEriCan CulturE
individual goal-setting, leadership and decision-making. Group participation, role-playing 1685 SOC102 IP 5 BE4136 MTWTh 2:40pm - 4:10pm Furuta
and simulations included in class. #1685 is designated for International students.
3878 SHS108 01 5 BE3211 TTh 6pm - 9pm Ho SPECial toPiCS in SoCioloGy
thEoriES of CounSElinG PREREQ: Permission of dean.
PREREQ: SHS 106. 1698 SOC298 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson
Introduction to psychopathology and assessment and counseling theories. Covers ethics, SPECial ProBlEMS in SoCioloGy
personality theory, counseling techniques, and other counseling issues, and development of PREREQ: Permission.
a personal style of assessment and counseling. 1719 SOC299 01 5 BE4128 ARR ARR Lawson
3880 SHS200 01 4 FA0302 MW 9:30am - 12pm Martin-Waters
Distance Education Courses
PREREQ: Eligibility for ENG 101 and MAT 084. BE1140 206.934.4060
Covers the learning theory and its application to children in a variety of settings. Includes introduCtion to SoCioloGy
development of the knowledge base needed to effectively help children manage their behav- 8954 SOC&101 C01 5 Correspondence Cho
ior as well as skill development activities to ensure a thorough understanding of concepts 9154 SOC&101 OL 5 Online Oka
basic to behavior modification and behavior management.
3881 SHS207 01 3 FA0302 Th 9am - 1pm McQuade Wood Construction
adolESCEnt aSSESSMEnt 2310 S. lane Street 206.934.5460
An introduction to adolescent assessment from a developmental, clinical and treatment seattlecentral.edu/wood/index.php
perspective. Meets 6/29, 7/6. CaBinEtMaKinG & finE WoodWorKinG
3890 SHS226 01 1 BE3211 W 9am - 3pm Rombouts PREREQ: WCO 110 *LAB FEE: $42.00
introduCtion to ChEMiCal dEPEndEnCy Designed to prepare students for employment in the cabinetmaking and fine woodwork-
PREREQ: Eligibility for ENG 101 and MATH 084. ing trades. The curriculum combines technical information with practical shop application.
Overview of use and abuse of legal and illegal drugs. Analysis of patterns of dependency and Assigned projects help students learn tools and techniques of the cabinetmaking trade.
addiction associated with prescription, over-the-counter, and illegal substances. Exploration 7467 WCO150 01 18 WCO0000 MTWTh 7:30am - 4:30pm Harvey
of methods of prevention, control and treatment. SPECial ProJECtS BoatBuildinG
3876 SHS235 01 5 BE3211 MW 6pm - 9pm Agpaoa Ryder 7434 WCO299 01 3 WCO0100 ARR ARR Harvey
Field Placement in the Human Services
fiEld PlaCEMEnt: ChEMiCal dEPEndEnCy
PREREQ: Attend meeting on Tuesday, July 5th, 2011 11:30am-1pm in room BE3219.
3905 CDS197 01 3 BE3220 ARR ARR Martin-Waters
3906 CDS198 01 3 BE3220 ARR ARR Martin-Waters
3907 CDS199 01 4 BE3220 ARR ARR Martin-Waters
fiEld PlaCEMEnt: SoCial and huMan SErViCES
3908 SHS197 01 3 BE3220 ARR ARR Martin-Waters
3909 SHS198 01 3 BE3220 ARR ARR Martin-Waters
3910 SHS199 01 4 BE3220 ARR ARR Martin-Waters
Summer Quarter 2011
Co-op Education Travel/Study Courses
Work Experience These courses provide individuals with a unique opportunity to earn credit for
BE1103 206.934.5422 various travel/study experiences in an international setting. Students can earn
seattlecentral.edu/coop credit for language enhancement, research-based, or work/internship/volunteer
Cooperative Education (Co-op) is an educational program that provides stu- activities. These are contract courses. To obtain additional information, please
dents with the opportunity to earn credit for their jobs, paid/unpaid internships, go to seattlecentral.edu/coop, or call 206.934.5422. Or, visit our office, in BE1103.
or volunteer service in the community. Advantages include the opportunity
to explore or clarify career choices, acquire career-related experience, improve uSinG thE World aS a ClaSSrooM
or learn new skills applicable to future employment, and earn college credit. 8091 EDUC291 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
Students may earn 2-8 credits per quarter, based on the number of hours 8092 EDUC291 CE 10 ARR ARR Karen Kato
worked per week. Continuous enrollment. For registration information, contact ChinESE lanGuaGE throuGh EXPEriEntial aCtiVity
the office, BE1103, 206.934.5422. Or, visit our website: seattlecentral.edu/coop 8103 HUM289 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
WorK EXPEriEnCE in aPParEl dESiGn 8104 HUM289 CE 10 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7760 ADS197 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato GErMan lanGuaGE throuGh EXPEriEntial aCtiVity
WorK EXPEriEnCE: alliEd hEalth 8105 HUM290 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7765 AHE197 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato 8106 HUM290 CE 10 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7770 AHE198 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato SPaniSh lanGuaGE throuGh EXPEriEntial aCtiVity
7775 AHE199 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato 8093 HUM291 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
WorK EXPEriEnCE: BioloGy 8094 HUM291 CE 10 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7780 BIOL197 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato frEnCh lanGuaGE throuGh EXPEriEntial aCtiVity
WorK EXPEriEnCE: BuSinESS oCCuPationS 8095 HUM292 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7785 BUS197 01 8 ARR ARR Karen Kato 8096 HUM292 CE 10 ARR ARR Karen Kato
WorK EXPEriEnCE CoMPutEr inforMation SyStEMS italian lanGuaGE throuGh EXPEriEntial aCtiVity
7810 CIS197 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato 8097 HUM293 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
8098 HUM293 CE 10 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7830 CMS197 01 3 ARR ARR Karen Kato JaPanESE lanGuaGE throuGh EXPEriEntial aCtiVity
7835 CMS198 01 3 ARR ARR Karen Kato 8107 HUM297 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7840 CMS199 01 3 ARR ARR Karen Kato 8108 HUM297 CE 10 ARR ARR Karen Kato
WorK EXPEriEnCE: filM and VidEo PortuGuESE lanGuaGE throuGh EXPEriEntial aCtiVity
7845 COM197 01 3 ARR ARR Karen Kato 8109 HUM298 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
8110 HUM298 CE 10 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7850 CWE197 01 8 ARR ARR Karen Kato intErnational CooPEratiVE EduCation
7851 CWE198 01 8 ARR ARR Karen Kato 8101 ITL197 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7852 CWE199 01 8 ARR ARR Karen Kato intErnational CooPEratiVE EduCation
WorK EXPEriEnCE: GraPhiC dESiGn 8102 ITL198 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7855 DES197 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato natural hiStory: troPiCal ECoSyStEMS/traVEl CrS
EduCation 7991 SCI296 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7860 EDUC197 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato 7992 SCI296 CE 10 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7861 EDUC198 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato natural hiStory:troPiCal ECoSyStEMS/traVEl
7862 EDUC199 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato 7993 SCI297 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
lEadErShiP PraCtiCE and aPPliCation 7994 SCI297 CE 10 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7870 HDC197 01 3 ARR ARR Karen Kato traVEl/Study EXPEriEnCE
WorK EXPEriEnCE: foodS and hoSPitality 8099 SSC297 CE 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7875 HOS197 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato 8100 SSC297 CE 10 ARR ARR Karen Kato
WorK EXPEriEnCE: huManitiES
7880 HUM197 01 8
WorK EXPEriEnCE: oPtiCianry
ARR ARR Karen Kato
For the newest course information—
7895 OPH197 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato seattlecentral.edu/courses
7900 OPH198 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
7905 OPH199 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato Check out our non-credit courses at
WorK EXPEriEnCE: PhotoGraPhy
7920 PHO197 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato learnatcentral.org
WorK EXPEriEnCE: rESPiratory CarE
7930 RCP197 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
CooPEratiVE WorK EXPEriEnCE: SalES and MarKEtinG
7945 SAL197 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
WorK EXPEriEnCE: SCiEnCE
7950 SCI197 01 5 ARR ARR Karen Kato
fiEld PlaCEMEnt: SoCial and huMan SErViCES
7955 SHS197 01 3 ARR ARR Karen Kato
WorK EXPEriEnCE: SoCial SCiEnCE
7970 SSC197 01 8 ARR ARR Karen Kato
WorK EXPEriEnCE: Wood ConStruCtion
7980 WCO197 01 12 ARR ARR Karen Kato
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tesol Certificate Program Each class is self-supporting.
monday–thursday, 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Prior to second class . . . . . .full tuition, less $100
friday 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Closed After second class . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . no refund Student Photo ID • Computer lab fee
fridays June 27–september 3.)
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fax With credit card only, use mail-in may have to purchase a one-time $5.00
Parking is available at the Harvard & Pine parking
registration form in the Community Student ID card and pay a $42.00 computer
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Education section, 206.934.4904.
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plete charge card information and mail
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seattle, Wa 98122 credit classes, are eligible to pay a fee of $30.00 for
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Community Education office
Non-Credit Courses LIFE FIGURE DRAWING • $90
Room BE1108, phone 206.934.5448 6 sessions, starts Jul 7(6434). Draw from live models under the guidance of a skilled artist.
COMMUNITY EDUCATION STUDENTS Use the easy mail-in form on the Work on proportions, structure and movement of the human figure. Bring graphite pencils
previous page OR register with a major credit card by calling 206.934.5448. and sketch pad. $60 model fee payable to instructor first class.
Students registering one week prior to the beginning of the quarter or later Item: 6434 FA 0402 Th 6:30P-9:00P Chubotin
should phone the Community Education Program office to make sure the class PAINTING FOR EVERYONE • $100
has not been filled or cancelled. 8 sessions, starts Jul 20(6422). Explore color, form, space, composition, and technique as a
Class Locations source of personal expression. Work from the model, imagination or memory, in any media.
For beginning and intermediate students. Opportunity to exhibit in a Seattle gallery. Instructor
AS Siegal Center nP North Plaza has exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and also teaches in London and Italy.
BE Broadway Edison SA South Annex Item: 6422 FA 0403 WTh 6:30P-8:30P Gancarz
BF Broadway Playfield MAC Charles H. Mitchell Student FANTASY ART ILLUSTRATION • $150
BPH Broadway Performance Hall Activity Center 8 sessions, starts Jun 28(6445). Learn the fundamentals of Fantasy Art Illustration by creat-
Et Erickson Theatre SAM Science & Mathematics ing designs and finished art for card games, book covers and gallery pieces using traditional
FA Fine Arts Building tR Maritime Academy media. Prerequisite: fundamental drawing skills. visit: www.hazeltineillustration.com
OC Off-Campus WC Wood Construction Item: 6445 BE 1108 T 6:30P-9:00P Hazeltine
INTRODUCTION TO PAPERMAKING • $125
course title cost 2 sessions, starts Jul 9(6420). Learn Japanese and Western papermaking techniques including
pulp preparation, sheet forming, pressing and drying. Students will create their own sheet. We
INTRODUCTION TO THE INTERNET • $50 will explore laminating, embedding and using collage. $20 material fee payable to instructor
Item: 6439 BE 3163 W 6:00P-9:00P STAFF the first class. Limit 5 students. Meets off campus at instructor’s studio (Pioneer Square).
Item: 6420 Off Campus SuSa 10:00A-5:00P Suzuki
item building CREATIVE APPLICATION OF HANDMADE PAPER • $125
class days class start instructor 2 sessions, starts Jul 30(6421). For those wishing to create art using hand made paper as a
number and room and end time name
number medium, a variety of images and textures by examples are presented. Students learn to mix
No class July 4, 2011 school holiday. a variety of color pulp and chose from a selection of materials.$20 material fee payable to
instructor the first class. Limit 5 students. Off campus at instructor’s studio (Pioneer Square).
Item: 6421 Off Campus SuSa 10:00A-5:00P Suzuki
acting/drama PAINTING , DRAWING AND ART HISTORY ON LOCATION IN ITALY 2011 • $250
BASIC ACTING TECHNIQUE FOR STAGE, FILM & TV (BEG.) • $175 20 sessions, starts Jun 27(6437). Spend 3 weeks in Florence, Italy, birthplace of the Renaissance.
8 sessions, starts Jun 30(6400). The acting process can provide the tools to perform in any For students, professionals, artists, beginners to advanced. Paint and draw on location, in the
medium. The course draws the student into the actor’s questioning process. In so doing, the piazzas, Italian picturesque sites and museums of classical Italy. Class fee covers 90 hours of
student becomes aware of how their choices affect a character’s behaviors and how these instruction. Travel expenses additional; contact instructor for more information. SCCC is not
reflect a character’s inner psychological and emotional life. responsible for travel and insurance fees. Those fees will be paid to ARTIS travel. Please note:
Item: 6400 BPH 0101 Th 6:00P-8:00P Laigo This class is for summer 2011, dates to be announced. Registration ongoing.
THE ACTOR’S WORKSHOP (CONTINUING STUDENTS) • $75 Item: 6437 Off Campus SuMTWThFSa Gancarz
8 sessions, starts Jun 30(6401). Through scene work and the development of monologues,
students continue to explore their own creative process and develop their chops (technique). Boating
PREREQUISITE: Completion of Basic Acting Technique for Stage, Film & Tv class.
LEARN TO ROW • $10
Item: 6401 BPH 0101 Th 6:00P-8:00P Laigo 12 sessions, starts Jul 18(6460), Jul 18(6461), Jul 19(6462). Rowing (crew) offers a low-impact
INTRODUCTION TO VOICE OVERS (GETTING STARTED IN VOICE ACTING) • $45 workout that benefits the entire body. Lake Union Crew’s popular Learn to Row class will teach
1 session, starts Aug 1(6402). Get started in voiceovers! Learn details about the industry & you the fundamentals of both sweep rowing (one oar), sculling (two oars), in addition to the
what you need to find success. Receive a professional voice evaluation. basics of boat handling. Whether you want to row fast as part of a team, or in a single, this is
Item: 6402 BE 4122 M 7:00P-9:00P Voices for All Staff the place to start. Participants will be required to sign a waiver stating that they can stay afloat
for 10 minutes. $85 materials fee payable to instructor first class.
arts Item: 6460 Off Campus MWF 8:00A-9:30A Staff
PAINTING OIL & ACRYLIC • $79 Item: 6461 Off Campus Sa 8:00A-9:30A
8 sessions, starts Jun 28(6415). No painting first class: introductory discussion of materials, MW 6:30P-8:00P Staff
sources & homework assignment. Beginning instruction on an individual basis. Covers the Item: 6462 Off Campus Sa 9:30A-11:00A
basics and will expand to meet individual interests and expression. TTh 6:30P-8:00P Staff
Item: 6415 FA 0402 T 6:30P-9:30P Herard
DRAWING & SKETCHING • $79 Business & Professional development
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STAINED GLASS ART - BEGINNING • $99 real-life learning in a highly interactive setting.
8 sessions, starts Jun 29(6417). Covers designing, glass cutting and fabrication techniques Item: 8273 BE 1108 T 6:00P-9:00P Engelaer
used by stained glass artists. Students complete at least two projects. Call instructor at PROJECT MANAGEMENT • $695
(206)935-5682 before enrolling to find out about materials and equipment to buy for class. 6 sessions, starts Jun 28(6485). Introduces students to basic project management theories
Item: 6417 FA 0404 W 6:30P-9:00P Nicholas and practices. The phases that constitute the project management life cycle are used as the
WATERCOLOR • $90 outline of the course.
5 sessions, starts Jul 11(6423). Beginning through advanced. Covers basics of watercolor Item: 6485 BE 1108 TTh 6:00-9:00P Staff
painting and expands to meet individual interests and expression. Overview of materials and HOME BASED RETAIL BUSINESS • $80
supply list provided first day of class. 1 session, starts Jun 29(6483). Create specialty merchandise with computers and user-friendly
Item: 6423 FA 0402 M 6:30P-9:00P Chubotin equipment; produce, market, and sell designer T-shirts, mugs, decorative plates, and more.
Learn important aspects of a retail home-based business.
Item: 6483 BE 1108 W 6:00P-9:00P Perkins, Jr., Ph.D.
Summer Quarter 2011
MARKETING A HOME-BASED BUSINESS VIA SOCIAL MEDIA NETWORKS • $100
2 sessions, starts Jul 13(6484). Discover how to market and sell merchandise using social Career development
media networks such as Facebook and YouTube. Create online accounts with EBay. Learn Paralegal Certificate
secure options for setting up credit card payments. Get advertising sponsors and create your
own website at no costs! PARALEGAL CERTIFICATE COURSE • $1,189
Item: 6484 BE 1108 W 6:00P-8:30P Perkins, Jr., Ph.D. 24 sessions, starts Jun 27(8285). Intensive, nationally acclaimed program for beginning and
advanced legal workers. Train to interview witnesses, investigate complex fact patterns,
New Manager Training research the law, prepare legal documents, and assist in preparing cases for courtroom litiga-
CONTINUOUS ENROLLMENT (No set Start Date). Individual courses NOW tion. Practice-oriented instruction relating to those areas of law in which paralegals are in
AVAILABLE. Provides the busy professional with an easy-to-use online for- most demand. Questions: Please go to http://www.legalstudies.com No class on 7/4/2011.
mat that is available 24/7. Take an individual course, or five for the Basic Item: 8285 SAM 203 MTWTh 6:00P-9:30P Staff
New Manager Certificate- New Manager 101, Delegation and Supervision,
Team Building, Budget Management, Project Management, and Effective Computers
Communication. Go to http://www.new-manager-training.org for information.
The Community Education Program offers a variety of hands-on classroom
NEW MANAGER CERTIFICATE • $495 computer classes. These include intro and office skill classes for beginners; web
4 sessions, CONTINUOUS ENROLLMENT (No set Start Date). AvAILABLE NOW. Take five for the design; computer-aided design (CAD), 3D animation/design, and desktop pub-
Basic New Manager Certificate- New Manager 101 (required) and any four of the following lishing for beginning and intermediate users.
five: Delegation and Supervision, Budget Management, Team Building, Project Management *PLEASE NOTE1: students taking computer classes listed below may be required
and Effective Communication. Go to http://www.new-manager-training.org for information. to pay a $42.00 computer lab fee. Students taking two computer classes or more
Item: 8311 Online MTW Hayek (requiring a lab fee) will be charged a total of $60.00 for computer lab fees. The fee
Business Development Institute/Entrepreneurship breakdown is $42 for the first class, $20 for the second and/or additional classes.
BDI is a practical business development program designed to help entre- $60 is the maximum charge. Students without a Seattle Central Student ID card
preneurs identify and hone the skills needed to create, manage, and grow may be required to pay a one-time-only $5.00 fee for a student identification card.
a successful business. This program will help new entrepreneurs define and **PLEASE NOTE2: Customized computer classes are available through the
evaluate their business concept, write a business plan, learn about marketing Community Education Program. A class can be put together for your group of 7
and finance, and more. Entrepreneurs will learn from business professionals, or more students/employees/staff members. Call 206.934.5449 for information.
successful entrepreneurs, and each other.
Each workshop will focus on a key topic, and will include presentations, group
activities, and hands-on learning. Participants will receive practical information, WHAT’S ALL THIS TWITTER ABOUT? • $60
including a binder with materials, articles, and web-based resources. 1 session, starts Jul 12(6300). How to effectively use social media including blogs, Facebook
with an emphasis on Twitter. visit: http://twitter.com/dixonhamby
tuition $350 for all 9 sessions $50 per session. Item: 6300 BE 1108 T 6:00P-8:00P Hamby
oPeN house kick-off and overview Monday, 6:30-8:30P, June 20, 2011 at
Seattle Central Community College, Broadway Edison Building (main bldg), Introduction
1701 Broadway, Room 1139B (located near the 1716 Harvard Avenue Entrance). Classes below for the complete beginner:
Please call 206.934.5448 for information. BEGINNING COMPUTING • $105
ENTREPRENEURIAL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM SERIES • $350 4 sessions, starts Jun 28(6305). Clear language, common sense and humor light the way.
9 sessions, starts Jun 27(8300). Save $100.00 by signing up for all 9 sessions. Covers: Hardware, Windows, file management, word processing and web skills. Learn to
overcome the common problems that keep people stuck.(Senior friendly!) *Student ID &
Includes classes with items 8301 to 8309. Wednesday classes meet: 8/03/11: WORKSHOP Computer Lab fee required.
6: FINANCIAL STATEMENTS and 8/15/11: WORKSHOP 8: OPERATIONS & HUMAN RESOURCES Item: 6305 BE 3161 T 2:00P-5:00P Miller
Item: 8300 Various MW 6:30P-8:30P Staff
INTERMEDIATE COMPUTING • $105
WORKSHOP 1: HOW TO START YOUR OWN BUSINESS - AN OVERVIEW • $50 4 sessions, starts Jul 26(6307). A continuation of the Beginning Computing class. *Student ID
1 session, starts Jun 27(8301). Business Development Institute & Computer Lab fee required.
Item: 8301 SAM 207 M 6:30P-8:30P Staff Item: 6307 BE 3161 T 2:00P-5:00P Miller
WORKSHOP 2: LAUNCHING A FEASIBILITY STUDY/RESEARCH YOUR IDEA • $50
1 session, starts Jul 11(8302). Business Development Institute Classes for Boomers
Item: 8302 SAM 207 M 6:30P-8:30P Staff INTRODUCTION TO WINDOWS 7 • $105
WORKSHOP 3: CREATING YOUR MISSION STATEMENT: COMPETITIVE 4 sessions, starts Jun 30(6314). Maximize new features, customize the desktop, and efficiently
MARKETING • $50 store, locate and search for files. Learn PC management essentials and perform basic preventa-
1 session, starts Jul 18(8303). Business Development Institute tive maintenance. For both home and business users. *Basic PC navigation skills highly recom-
mended. No student ID or lab fee required.
Item: 8303 SAM 207 M 6:30P-8:30P Staff
Item: 6314 BE 1139D Th 6:00P-9:00P Nelson
WORKSHOP 4: MARKETING/PUBLIC RELATIONS/SALES TECHNIQUES • $50 GETTING STARTED WITH WINDOWS 7 • $40
1 session, starts Jul 25(8304). Business Development Institute
1 session, starts Jul 28(6310). All the fun things and no tech babble. Learn quick tips for getting
Item: 8304 SAM 207 M 6:30P-8:30P Staff around, where to put your stuff and how to find it easily, smarter ways to surf and shop online,
WORKSHOP 5: MARKETING 4 PS (RETAIL AND BRANDING) • $50 sharing photos, personalizing you PC and more. No student id or lab fee required.
1 session, starts Aug 1(8305). Business Development Institute Item: 6310 BE 1139D Th 6:00P-9:00P Nelson
Item: 8305 SAM 207 M 6:30P-8:30P Staff DIGITAL PHOTO EDITING • $40
WORKSHOP 6: FINANCIAL STATEMENTS • $50 1 session, starts Aug 4(6311). Have fun while learning all the essentials, including how to
1 session, starts Aug 3(8306). Business Development Institute adjust color and light, fix red-eye, crop, straighten, create a panoramic photo and even “air-
Item: 8306 SAM 207 W 6:30P-8:30P Staff brush”. No student ID or lab fee required.
WORKSHOP 7: FINANCIAL RECORDS KEEPING • $50 Item: 6311 BE 1139D Th 6:00P-9:00P Nelson
1 session, starts Aug 8(8307). Business Development Institute CONNECTING WITH FRIENDS & FAMILY • $40
Item: 8307 SAM 207 M 6:30P-8:30P Staff 1 session, starts Aug 11(6312). Learn three new ways to stay in touch – see loved ones on your
WORKSHOP 8: OPERATIONS & HUMAN RESOURCES • $50 PC via webcam. Try out social networking to keep connected with your family and friends, and
1 session, starts Aug 10(8308). Business Development Institute learn how to share photos in different ways. No student ID or lab fee required.
Item: 8308 SAM 0207 W 6:30P-8:30P Staff Item: 6312 BE 1139D Th 6:00P-9:00P Nelson
WORKSHOP 9: FUNDING SOURCES AND LOAN REQUIREMENTS • $50 CREATIVE PHOTO SLIDESHOWS • $40
1 session, starts Aug 15(8309). Evaluation and Program Wrap-Up. 1 session, starts Aug 18(6313). Turn your digital photos and videos into a fun movie slideshow!
Item: 8309 SAM 207 M 6:30P-8:30P Staff Learn easy ways to create movies by adding transitions, motion effects, titles, credits and
music. Burn a DvD to play on your Tv or computer. No student ID or lab fee required.
Item: 6313 BE 1139D Th 6:00P-9:00P Nelson
Teach English overseas.
Get TESOL certification—page 55
Graphic Design/Desktop Publishing IT (Information Technology)
Must have good working knowledge of Windows or Macintosh operating system. SERVICE ORIENTED ARCHITECTURE – INTRODUCTION • $495
INTRO TO GRAPHIC DESIGN/DESKTOP PUBLISHING W/ADOBE CS5 • $295 5 sessions, starts Jun 28(6390). An introduction to service-oriented architecture (SOA) and
8 sessions, starts June 30 (6385). Want to design business cards/letterhead, an ad, a brochure addresses the essential concepts of SOA that are of interest to a broader technical audience.
or newsletter but don’t know where to begin? Hands-on overview covers the basics of *No student ID or computer lab fee required.
Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Acrobat, while showing how to communicate Item: 6390 BE 1108 T 6:00P-9:00P Engelaer
your message based upon principles of good design and typography. Instructor is Seattle
Central’s graphic designer who designed and produced this class schedule. *Student ID &
Ed2Go Online Courses
Computer Lab fee required.
Item: 6385 3161 Th 6:00P-9:00P Hager Do you have a computer at home or workplace? Learn and develop computer,
professional, and personal interests online at your leisure. Several classes are
Office Skills available for each course. Each class runs for 6 weeks and consists of 12 lessons.
OFFICE 2010 • $160 Interactive quizzes, assignments, and tutorials supplement the lessons. Receive
5 sessions, starts Jul 6(6325). Meets every other Wednesday (July 6, 20, August 3, 17, 31. Aug assignments every Wednesday & Friday. Online discussion areas are available via
31 class meets in BE1139D)Covers the basics of Word, Excel, Access, and Powerpoint.*Student the World Wide Web. Read your lessons and ask questions of your instructor at
ID & Computer Lab fee required. the times most convenient to you. You must have an e-mail address.
Item: 6325 Various W 6:00P-9:00P Miller Visit http://ed2go.com/central for additional information and class offerings.
LEVEL 1, QUICKBOOKS • $125 If you find a course not listed, please call 206.934.3843 for course fee and to
4 sessions, starts Jul 12(6318). Learn easy ways to create a new company, account charts, register.
accounts receivable, accounts payable; reconcile bank statements, print checks; back up; Cost Most six week courses cost $100.00 No Student ID or Lab Fee is required.
and generate monthly reports. Prerequisite: Familiarity with basic computer operations and requirements All you need to get started is a computer, internet access, an
Windows. *NO Student ID or Computer Lab fee required. e-mail address, and a Web browser. Additional requirements, if any, will be listed
Item: 6318 BE 1139D T 6:00P-9:00P Bivens at the informational web address under each respective course.
Web Design registration With major credit card, register online or call 206.934.5448. With
Classes below assume a good working knowledge of an operating system check or credit card, use quarterly schedule’s mail-in registration. Students
(Windows or Macintosh) and basic use of the Internet: should register by the Friday before the online course begins.
WEB SITE DESIGN WITH HUGH MILLER • $140 orientation After registering with Seattle Central, YOU MUST complete the
6 sessions, starts June 28(6335). This popular local site designer and teacher takes you required ONLINE ORIENTATION.
from beginning to intermediate knowledge of web construction and design. Class features 1. Go to http://ed2go.com/central to complete the required orientation.
Dreamweaver software. *Student ID & Computer Lab fee required. 2. Click on Courses to view course catalog or use the keyword search feature to
Item: 6335 BE 3167 T 6:00P-8:00P Miller find a desired course/subject
ADOBE FLASH • $110 3. Click on “Enroll Now” and complete the 5 step enrollment process.
5 sessions, starts Jul 11(6340). Introduces and explores an amazing program that allows rela- 4. Follow the instructions on the orientation (step 5 of enrollment process) to
tive beginners to create animations of surprising complexity. Its ease of use combined with its access the Classroom.
famously fast loading movies have made it the industry standard for web based animation.
Questions: Call 206.934.3843.
It is also widely and powerfully used to craft web sites. Learn valuable portfolio skills or get
the satisfaction of making your images come alive. *Student ID & Computer Lab fee required. Internet
Item: 6340 BE 3167 M 6:00P-8:00P Miller OUTLOOK 2007 • $100
AutoCAD & Revit 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5800), Aug 17(5900).
REVIT ARCHITECTURE 2011 • $745 WEB PAGES, CREATING • $100
10 sessions, starts Jun 27(6348). Building design and documentation software helps you 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5801), Aug 17(5901).
design freely and efficiently. Built for BIM (Building Information Modeling), Revit mirrors the DESIGNING EFFECTIVE WEBSITES • $100
real world of buildings, so you work naturally rather than with floor plans, sections, and eleva- 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5803), Aug 17(5903).
tions. Since Revit is a Parametric Modeler, changes you make are automatically coordinated in INTRODUCTION TO JAVA PROGRAMMING • $100
your project reviews, sheets, schedules, sections, and plans. *No student ID or Computer Lab 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5804), Aug 17(5904).
fee required. No class on 7/4/2011.
Item: 6348 BE 1139D MW 6:00P-9:00P Moy MS FRONTPAGE 2003 • $100
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5805), Aug 17(5905).
3D Animation/Design INTRODUCTION TO DREAMWEAVER CS4 • $100
3D STUDIO MAX BASIC • $395 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5806), Aug 17(5906).
8 sessions, starts Jun 27(6365). Basics of 3D modeling and texturing. Create in 3D on your very
first day in class. Learn how to navigate the interface, customize it, build objects from primi- INTRODUCTION TO FLASH CS4 • $100
tive objects and progress to more complex modeling techniques. Texture map objects. Basic 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5807), Aug 17(5907).
general knowledge of Windows XP operating system required; experience with 3D programs INTRODUCTION TO CSS & XHTML • $100
helpful but not required. *NO Student ID or Computer Lab fee required. No class on 7/4/2011. 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5808), Aug 17(5908).
Item: 6365 BE 1139E MW 6:00P-9:00P Acker INTRODUCTION TO ASP.NET • $100
3D STUDIO MAX INTERMEDIATE • $395 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5809), Aug 17(5909).
8 sessions, starts Jul 27(6367). Design, model, use the material editor to create photo realistic INTRODUCTION TO PHP & MYSQL • $100
stills and animation for the broadcast, film, architecture industries using Studio Max. From fly- 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5810), Aug 17(5910).
ing logos to realistic scene design, create what your mind desires. Prerequisite: previous Max MS EXPRESSION WEB INTRO • $100
experience or instructor approval.*NO Student ID or Computer fee required. 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5811), Aug 17(5911).
Item: 6367 BE 1139E MW 6:00P-9:00P Acker
WEB 2.0: BLOGS, WIKIS & PODCASTS • $100
WORKSHOP FOR GAMERS • $200 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5812), Aug 17(5912).
4 sessions, starts Jul 7(6355). Introduction to game industry techniques and methods seldom
covered in other Photoshop courses. Includes creating special brushes used in gaming envi- ACHIEVING TOP SEARCH ENGINE POSITIONS • $100
ronments and textures, tiling techniques, use of the alpha channel, special effects, layering 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5813), Aug 17(5913).
conventions, and more. For beginners to advanced. Instructor is an environment artists at a Computer Courses
major game studio. *NO Student ID or Computer Lab fee required. KEYBOARDING • $100
Item: 6355 BE 1139E TTh 6:30P-9:30P Johnson 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5814), Aug 17(5914).
CONCEPT ART & DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION FOR GAMERS • $200 MS WORD 2010 INTRO • $100
4 sessions, starts Jul 21(6356). Covers imaginative development from ideation to design through 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5815), Aug 17(5915).
production. Students with illustration background will find this especially useful. Instructor is a
concept artist for a major game studio. *NO Student ID or Computer Lab fee required. MS WORD 2007 INTERMEDIATE • $100
Item: 6356 BE 1139E TTh 6:00P-9:00P Staff 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5816), Aug 17(5916).
Summer Quarter 2011
PHOTOSHOP CS5 INTRO • $100
3D OPEN HOUSE 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5833), Aug 17(5933).
PHOTOSHOP CS5 FOR DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY • $100
Get the skills in 3D modeling and animation through 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5834), Aug 17(5934).
courses at Seattle Central Community College. PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 8.0 FOR THE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHER • $100
WheN: Saturday, June 4, 2011, from 11:00A – 1:00P. 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5835), Aug 17(5935).
Where: Broadway Edison Building (main bldg), 1701 Broadway, Room 1139B INTRODUCTION TO ILLUSTRATOR CS3 • $100
(located near the 1716 Harvard Avenue Entrance). 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5836), Aug 17(5936).
Demonstrations will be given on what the 3D industry is all about and how to INTRODUCTION TO QUICKBOOKS 2010 • $100
enter this exciting, growing field. Instructors will be available to answer your 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5837), Aug 17(5937).
questions on using 3D Studio Max 2010 and Photoshop, the industry stan- MS PROJECT 2007 INTRO • $100
dards in PC/cell-phone/console/handheld/web gaming, 3D and architecture,
and the 3D industry. Business surveys indicate salaries for talented animators 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5838), Aug 17(5938).
throughout the United States can range from $40K - $80K, and higher in the ADOBE ACROBAT 9 • $100
film and entertainment industries. 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5839), Aug 17(5939).
Our Game path is designed to give students the skills and experience INTEGRATING TECH IN THE CLASSROOM • $100
needed to be a good candidate for employment in the 3D gaming industry. 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5840), Aug 17(5940).
This includes the fundamental abilities of Modeling, Texture Mapping and COMPUTER SKILLS FOR THE WORKPLACE. • $100
Animation. A Certificate Game Program is now offered, taught by industry 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5841), Aug 17(5941).
professionals, giving you considerable hands-on skills.
INTRODUCTION TO PC SECURITY • $100
Students gain insight into the inside workings of Seattle’s growing gaming 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5842), Aug 17(5942).
industry, without the high cost of most other programs. We strive for a high
quality of instruction by having available very experienced instructors. Eligible Certification Prep Courses
for student software purchase plan. BASIC COMPTIA A+ CERTIFICATION PREP • $120
Our other path, 3D Studio Max Visualization classes, is geared for those stu- 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5843), Aug 17(5943).
dents who want to learn more in-depth, 3D Studio Max, to achieve realistic PMP CERTIFICATION PREP 1 • $120
results as seen on films, architecture, TV commercials and other media, using 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5844), Aug 17(5944).
special effects, compositing, and more. This class will be taught by profession-
als in the realism 3D fields, by architects and exhibit designers. Test Prep Courses
We will also discuss other related computer classes such as Photoshop, SAT/ACT PREP 1 • $100
Autocad 2011, and Revit Architecture 2011. Certificates can be granted for 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5845), Aug 17(5945).
many of these programs. GED PREPARATION • $100
Customized courses can be arranged that are specifically tailored for compa- 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5846), Aug 17(5946).
nies or groups of 6 or more in areas such as architecture, gaming fields, film GRE PREP- PART 1 • $100
special effects, and Rhino for manufacturers. 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5847), Aug 17(5947).
For directions call 206.934.5448. GMAT PREPARATION • $100
Please go to www.learnatcentral.org for class information. You may regis- 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5848), Aug 17(5948).
ter over the phone with a credit card at 206.934.5448, 9 a.m.-7 p.m. M-Th, LSAT PREP - PART 1 • $100
9 a.m.-4 p.m. Fridays (closed Fridays during the summer). 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5849), Aug 17(5949).
MS EXCEL 2007 INTRO • $100 Writing
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5817), Aug 17(5917). WRITING FOR CHILDREN • $100
MS EXCEL 2007 INTERMEDIATE • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5850), Aug 17(5950).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5818), Aug 17(5918). WRITING ESSENTIALS • $100
MS EXCEL 2007 ADVANCED • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5851), Aug 17(5951).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5819), Aug 17(5919). WRITER’S WORKSHOP BEGINNING • $100
MS ACCESS 2007 INTRO • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5852), Aug 17(5952).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5820), Aug 17(5920). WRITERIFFIC: CREATIVITY TRAINING FOR WRITERS • $100
MS ACCESS 2007 INTERMEDIATE • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5853), Aug 17(5953).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5821), Aug 17(5921). WRITE & PUBLISH NONFICTION • $100
MS POWERPOINT 2007 INTRO • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5854), Aug 17(5954).
KEYS TO EFFECTIVE EDITING • $100
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5822), Aug 17(5922).
INTRODUCTION TO PC TROUBLESHOOTING • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5855), Aug 17(5955).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5823), Aug 17(5923). BUSINESS & MARKETING WRITING • $100
INTRODUCTION TO VISUAL BASIC 2008 • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5856), Aug 17(5956).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5824), Aug 17(5924). TECHNICAL WRITING FUNDAMENTALS • $100
INTRODUCTION TO PERL PROGRAMMING • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5857), Aug 17(5957).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5825), Aug 17(5925). EFFECTIVE BUSINESS WRITING • $100
INTRODUCTION TO C++ PROGRAMMING • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5858), Aug 17(5958).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5926), Aug 17(6026). Legal Courses
INTRODUCTION TO SQL • $100 PARALEGAL PREP 1 • $170
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5827), Aug 17(5927). 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5859), Aug 17(5959).
INTRODUCTION TO C# PROGRAMMING • $100 Personal Enrichment Courses
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5828), Aug 17(5928). HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY • $100
INTRODUCTION TO ORACLE • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5860), Aug 17(5960).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5829), Aug 17(5929). MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY: A WORD ASSOCIATION APPROACH • $100
INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKING • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5861), Aug 17(5961).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5830), Aug 17(5930). MEDICAL CODING • $100
MS PUBLISHER 2007 INTRO • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5862), Aug 17(5962).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5831), Aug 17(5931). ADMIN MEDICAL ASSISTANT CAREER • $100
INTRODUCTION TO INDESIGN CS3 • $100 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5863), Aug 17(5963).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5832), Aug 17(5932). 51
MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION CAREER • $100 PROJECT MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS • $100
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5864), Aug 17(5964). 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5898), Aug 17(5998).
PHYSICAL THERAPY AIDE, BECOMING • $100 PROJECT MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS • $100
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5865), Aug 17(5965). 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5899), Aug 17(5999).
GRAMMAR FOR ESL STUDENTS • $100 Other Online Courses
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5866), Aug 17(5966). All you need to get started is Internet access and an e-mail address. No student
GRAMMAR REFRESHER • $100 ID or lab fee required. Call 206.934.3843 for more information and to register. Be
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5867), Aug 17(5967). prepared to provide e-mail address.
SPEED READING MERRILL REAM • $100 IMPORT EXPORT NOW! (ONLINE) • $95
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5868), Aug 17(5968). 8 sessions, starts Jun 29(6220). Develop your product or service, find the best suppliers, best
READY, SET, READ! • $100 customers, work with banks, currency issues, insurance companies, government agencies and
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5869), Aug 17(5969). other trade entities. Covers licensing and permits, setting yourself up properly conducting
KEYS EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION • $100 trade worldwide at the small business level, as well as such topics as intellectual property.
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5870), Aug 17(5970). Required textbook: How Small Business Trades Worldwide, ISBN: 978-0-9795515-0-5. Call
school (934.5448) for instructor’s email address.
WORKING SUCESSFULLY W/LEARNING DISABLED STUDENTS • $100 Item: 6220 Online W 6:00P-8:00P Spiers
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5871), Aug 17(5971).
SOLVING CLASSROOM DISCIPLINE PROBLEMS • $100 Cooking/Beverages/entertaining
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5872), Aug 17(5972).
INTRODUCTION TO WINE • $49
SPEED SPANISH • $100 4 sessions, starts Jul 6(6490). Ramp up your wine appreciation skills and explore the basics of
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5873), Aug 17(5973). tasting like a professional with a certified sommelier. Taste a wide variety of wines; includes
SPEED SPANISH II • $100 crystal tasting glass. Engage in lively discourse about the history, cultural influences and gas-
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5874), Aug 17(5974). tronomy. Tips about food and wine pairing, wine service & storage. Materials fee: Additional
FRENCH, BEGINNING CONVERSATIONAL • $100 $50 payable to instructor first class. Must be 21 years of age or older. Class limit 30.
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5875), Aug 17(5975). Item: 6490 BE 2115 W 6:00P-8:00P Bothell
INSTANT ITALIAN • $100 BASIC CANNING: JAMS, JELLIES AND MARMALADES • $25
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5876), Aug 17(5976). 1 session, starts Jul 14(6496). Preserve the summer’s bounty and stretch your grocery dollars
SINGAPORE MATH: NUMBER SENSE+ • $100 by making your own preserves using food from your own garden or local farm. Hands-on
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5877), Aug 17(5977). workshop covers canning equipment, safety, and resources for recipes. Participants receive
a small sample from the class project. $5 materials fee payable to instructor the first class.
SECRETS OF BETTER PHOTOGRAPHY • $100 Item: 6496 BE 1108 Th 7:00P-9:00P Valderas
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5878), Aug 17(5978).
SIMPLE COOKING FOR ONE • $20
DISCOVER DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY • $100 1 session, starts Aug 16(6495). Learn from a professional chef how to cook appetizing meals,
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5879), Aug 17(5979). utilizing products from your pantry and refrigerator. Create foods that are wholesome, healthy
PHOTOGRAPHING NATURE W/YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA • $100 and delicious. $15 materials fee payable to instructor the first class.
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5880), Aug 17(5980). Item: 6495 BE 1108 T 4:00P-6:00P Rzegocki
PHOTOGRAPHING PEOPLE W/YOUR DIGITAL CAMERA • $100
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5881), Aug 17(5981). dance
A TO Z GRANTWRITING • $100 STREET SHOES ARE NOT ALLOWED.
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5882), Aug 17(5982). BALLROOM LEVEL 1 • $60
WRITING EFFECTIVE GRANT PROPOSALS • $100 5 sessions, starts Jul 11(6500). Glide with ease and learn the Foxtrot, Waltz, and Tango. Leading
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5883), Aug 17(5983). and following techniques are stressed. Singles and couples welcome.
GET GRANTS! • $100 Item: 6500 FA 0113 M 7:30P-8:25P LaFranchi
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5884), Aug 17(5984). EAST COAST SWING (SINGLE TIME) • $60
GET ASSERTIVE! • $100 5 sessions, starts Jul 11(6503). A uniquely “American” Dance! Emphasizes leading and follow-
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5885), Aug 17(5985). ing techniques. Dance to Big Band, Swing, Rock ‘n’ Roll, Country, New Wave, Blues and Jazz.
Easy to learn. Both singles and couples welcome. No class on 7/4/2011.
WOW, WHAT A GREAT EVENT! • $100 Item: 6503 FA 0113 M 8:30P-9:25P LaFranchi
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5886), Aug 17(5986).
BELLY DANCE FOR FITNESS • $96
VETERINARY ASSISTANT TRAINING • $100 8 sessions, starts Jun 29(6506). Mixed-level belly dance workout, everyone welcome! Learn
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5887), Aug 17(5987). the fundamentals of this exotic art form and get in shape with cardio combos, stamina drills,
PERSONAL FINANCE • $100 technique practice, and stretching. Relieve stress, burn calories, strengthen your core, and add
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5888), Aug 17(5988). precision to your dance moves. Wear comfortable clothing and bring water.
Entrepreneur/Business Courses Item: 6506 FA 0113 W 7:30P-8:30P Horn
ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS • $100 JUST DANCE! ELEMENTS OF HIP-HOP, FUNK AND MODERN • $65
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5889), Aug 17(5989). 6 sessions, starts Jul 2(6521). Learn hip-hop moves, release the tension with funk, and twist
ACCOUNTING II FUNDAMENTALS • $100 it up a bit with freestyle modern dance moves. In this fun, supportive and challenging dance
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5890), Aug 17(5990). class increase strength, coordination and flexibility while listening to the latest dance/hip-hop
CREATING A SUCCESSFUL BUSINESS PLAN • $100 music. All levels welcome. Comfortable attire, no bare midriffs.
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5891), Aug 17(5991). Item: 6521 MAC 0206 Sa 10:00A-11:00P Tuliao
START YOUR OWN SMALL BUSINESS • $100 BOLLYWOOD BASICS • $79
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5892), Aug 17(5992). 6 sessions, starts Jun 29(6515). The fastest growing dance craze sweeping the country!
Bollywood Dance is an energetic dance using simple steps to get a great cardio workout. In
START & OPERATE YOUR OWN HOME-BASED BUSINESS • $100 this fun and lively class, learn a variety of easy dance steps then put them together for an
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5893), Aug 17(5993). amazing routine. No experience necessary. All levels welcome.Class meets off campus(Beacon
LEARN TO BUY/SELL ON EBAY • $100 Hill).
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5894), Aug 17(5994). Item: 6515 Off Campus W 7:00P-8:00P Geeta
ADMIN ASSISTANT FUNDAMENTALS • $100 HIP HOP DANCE • $65
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5895), Aug 17(5995). 6 sessions, starts Jul 2(6520). Get your hip hop groove on with a beat-driven, pulse racing, fun
LEADERSHIP • $100 Class. Learn a hip hop dance routine to the latest cuts. Challenge the mind and the feet; gain
12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5896), Aug 17(5996). a foundation of strength and flexibility. Beginner -intermediate.
Item: 6520 MAC 0206 Sa 11:00A-12:00P Tuliao
SUPERVISION & MANAGEMENT FUNDAMENTALS • $100
52 12 sessions, starts Jul 20(5897), Aug 17(5997).
Summer Quarter 2011
TAHITIAN DANCE • $95 ZUMBA GOLD • $100
8 sessions, starts Jun 27(6514). Explore traditional dance from Tahiti, easily recognized by its 9 sessions, starts Jun 27(6525). This hip-shaking, smile-inducing fitness program is designed
fast hip shaking and grass skirts. Dancers make gestures reenacting daily occupations of life. to relieve stress through movement. Learn basic Salsa, Belly dance, Cumbia, and a variety of
Class is open to children, teens and adults. Off campus (Beacon Hill). No class on 7/4/2011. other dances. Supercharge your body; bring water, trainers, and your passion for fun! Meets
Item: 6514 Off Campus M 6:00P-7:00P Rollolazo on Capitol Hill. No class on 7/4/2011.
CONTEMPORARY DANCE (BEG/INT) • $90 Item: 6525 MAC 0206 MW 5:30P-6:30P Tuliao
7 sessions, starts Jun 28(6505). Contemporary is a popular dance style that explores dynamic, YOGA FOR 50+ • $80
athletic movements from ballet and modern, while incorporating elements of jazz and hip 6 sessions, starts Jun 29(6541), Jul 27(6542). A gentle, light-hearted and supportive yoga
hop. Beginners welcome! class designed for men and women over 50 years of age. If you are looking to regain flexibility
Item: 6505 FA 0113 T 6:00P-7:15P Little and strength, it is not too late! For a more detailed description see: http://8limbsyoga.com/
FLAMENCO SYLLABUS OF THE SPANISH DANCE SOCIETY • $90 events/workshops . Off campus (Capitol Hill).
8 sessions, starts Jun 29(6519). Learn exciting rhythms and technique of flamenco dance. Item: 6541 Off Campus W 7:15P-8:30P Carley
A complete choreography will be taught in preparation for the S.D.S. certification. Dance Item: 6542 Off Campus W 7:15P-8:30P Carley
background recommended. Students wear character or flamenco shoes and a long full skirt. ZUMBA FITNESS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD • $70
Castanets are available at class for $30-$40. Meets off campus (Ballard). 7 sessions, starts Jun 30(6545), Jul 2(6546), Jun 29(6547), Jun 30(6548). Motivating music
Item: 6519 Off Campus W 6:00P-7:00P Gitana combined with unique cardiovascular aerobic and body sculpting moves. A typical class can
burn 1,000 calories while having fun. visit Zumba.com for additional information. Participate
exercise in a performance (optional). Off campus locations: 6545: Rainier Beach; 6546: Beacon Hill’
6547,6548: Central Area
NATIONAL PERSONAL TRAINER CERTIFICATION • $499 Item: 6545 Off Campus Th 7:30P-8:30P Richardson
12 sessions, starts Jun 28(8245). This fun and profitable field is one of the hottest in the US. Item: 6546 Off Campus Sa 5:00P-6:00P Richardson
Class taught over a 5-week period with National Exam held on the 6th week. Fifteen hours Item: 6547 Off Campus W 5:00P-6:00P Tuliao
of hands-on training prepares you to work with clients. Fifteen hours of lectures include, but
Item: 6548 Off Campus Th 5:00P-6:00P Richardson
not limited to, anatomy, exercise physiology, nutrition, health screening. Proof of CPR and a
30-hour internship will prepare you to work successfully. A great opportunity to network with NIA • $79
employers while getting valuable experience. Course will help you prepare for your NATIONAL 8 sessions, starts Jun 27(6538), Jun 29(6539). A dynamic blend of dance arts, martial arts and
BOARDS. Call 1-888-330-9487 to order the required textbook and start reading ASAP. healing arts. Balancing technical precision with free-form expression, Nia brings the body,
Item: 8245 SAM 0202 Sa 9:00A-12:00P mind, emotions and spirit to optimum health through music, movement and self-expression,
TSa 5:50P-8:50P Staff guided by the sensation of pleasure. Off campus(Beacon Hill). No class 7/4/2011.
Item: 6538 Off Campus M 9:00A-10:00A Wheeler
TAI CHI SUMMER WORKSHOP • $95 Item: 6539 Off Campus W 9:00A-10:00A Wheeler
8 sessions, starts Jun 29(6523). Tai Chi is a health sustaining exercise and a tool for improved
body awareness. Practiced by the elderly for balance and circulation and the young for relax- CAPOEIRA FOR BEGINNERS • $90
ation and martial arts, it is a wonderful holistic activity for all ages. The Yang short form will be 7 sessions, starts Jul 6(6537). Basic movements of Brazils’ martial art form will be introduced
taught along with warm up longevity exercises and chi kung. as well as training in strength, stamina, balance and reflexes. Discover the beauty and magic
Item: 6523 BE 1139B W 6:00P-8:00P Aries of Afro-Brazilian Culture! Meets off campus.
Item: 6537 Off Campus W 6:30P-7:30P Nery Dos Santos Filho
RUSSIAN SPHERICAL DEFENSE • $65
15 sessions, starts Jun 29(6528). Unique martial art developed by people who fought for many
centuries against various invaders. The governing principle is to relax the body and mind. finance
Tuesday classes are for advanced students only. Wednesday classes meet 5:30-6:50p.m. & INVESTING FOR RETIREMENT: MONEY, MATH & BEHAVIOR • $49
Saturday classes meet 11:30a.m.-12:45p.m.. 4 sessions, starts Jul 5(6555). Learn how to successfully plan for your retirement. Topics
Item: 6528 MAC 0207 Sa 11:45A-1:15P include investing, diversification, retirement income strategies, social security, insurance,
W 5:30P-6:50P Sirotin estate planning, taxes, and health care. Recommended textbook: Boglehead’s Guide to
SELF DEFENSE 101 FOR WOMEN • $127 Retirement Planning (Wiley and Sons ISBN 0470455578).
5 sessions, starts Jul 11(6544). Learn real risks facing women today, assailant tricks, crucial Item: 6555 BE 1108 T 7:00P-9:00P Vignec
targets, creating an impact, and releases from common grabs. Great class to take with a friend! ASSEMBLING YOUR FINANCES • $39
$8 materials fee payable to instructor first class. visit www.StrategicLiving.org 3 sessions, starts Jun 30(6558). Receive direction how to establish a clear, concise and com-
Item: 6544 BE 1108 M 7:00P-8:50P Factor prehensive system for controlling every aspect of your personal finances. Make a commitment
VINHXUAN (WING CHUN) KUNG FU • $95 to take responsibility and control over your finances to achieve the goals you set. Includes
14 sessions, starts Jun 29(6527). Learn the authentic art of vinhXuan Kung Fu. The average workbook and weekly homework assignments.
person will be amazed by the practicality and directness of this effective self defense system. Item: 6558 BE 1108 Th 6:00P-9:00P Frunz
Train in an environment that is fun, safe and supportive. SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTING • $39
Item: 6527 MAC 0208 WF 5:30P-6:50P Ta 1 session, starts Jul 20(6559). People are becoming more aware of the world in which they live
ADVANCED WING CHUN KUNG FU • $95 and are choosing to invest with their values. We will analyze investment strategies that exist
7 sessions, starts Jul 2(6540). Experienced Wing Chun students learn in depth of Chi-Sau (Sticky to align your portfolio with your social beliefs.
Arm) in relation to the six Wing Chun forms (Sil Nim Tau, Chum-Kiu, Biu Tze, Muk Yan Jong, Bart Item: 6559 BE 1108 W 7:00P-9:00P Das
Cham Dao, and Luk Dim Boon) to achieve mental and physical balance for healthier life. Train HOW TO FINANCE YOUR CHILD’S EDUCATION • $39
in an environment that is fun, safe, and supportive. 1 session, starts Aug 4(6560). In today’s economy, how does one plan for education funding
Item: 6540 MAC 0207 Sa 10:00A-11:30A Ta without derailing your retirement plans? There are a plethora of accounts and strategies avail-
PILATES - GITANA • $80 able to provide for a child’s education. We will probe into these strategies and show how it is
7 sessions, starts Jul 2(6534). Basic mat program focusing on core and abdominal work. possible to address your own retirement.
Instructor incorporates movement gathered from a lifetime of dance experience to creating an Item: 6560 BE 1108 Th 6:00P-9:00P Das
effective and enjoyable program focused on anti-aging.
Item: 6534 MAC 0207 Sa 2:00P-3:00P Gitana grantwriting
FLOW YOGA • $80 HOW TO WRITE A GRANT • $125
8 sessions, starts Jun 28(6530). Hatha vinyasa style combining flowing movement sequences. 1 session, starts Jul 14(8265), Aug 11(8266). Gain the skills to become a successful grant
Increase endurance with slow, sustained stretches, refinement of alignment, emphasizing writer either as the head of an organization, program manager or as a fund developer. Learn
breath and focus of mind. A moving meditation that melts away stress, rejuvenates, tones the a series of key skills related to project design, development and persuasive writing skills. *$30
body and tunes into our essential state of happiness. Of campus (Capitol Hill). materials fee payable to instructor first class.
Item: 6530 Off Campus TTh 7:40P-9:10P Davis/Croteau Item: 8265 BE 4149 Th 8:30A-4:00P Hopkins
ZUMBA WITH MARICRES • $65 Item: 8266 BE 4149 Th 8:30A-4:00P Hopkins
6 sessions, starts Jul 5(6524). Exhilarating, Latin-inspired dance-fitness program that will get
you fit. Your energy level will soar with the zesty music, like salsa, merengue, cumbia and reg-
gaeton. It’s easy to do, effective and totally exhilarating. Come join the party?
Item: 6524 FA 113 T 12:00P-1:00P Tuliao
ARABIC LANGUAGE- LEVEL 1 • $100
health 6 sessions, starts Jul 5(6634). Learn to speak, listen, read and write Arabic comfortably. Covers
COMPASSIONATE CARE • $60 the alphabet, basic grammar and sentence structure. Native instructor. Required textbook
3 sessions, starts Aug 3(6573). Sensitivity training for care providers, healthcare workers and ARABIC in 10 minutes a day® with CD-ROM (ISBN 9781931873000) available at SCCC Bookstore.
families assisting elderly and the chronically ill. Includes simple breathing, massage, medita- Item: 6634 BE 4182 T 6:00P-8:00P Mohamud
tion, role playing and Qi Gong exercises. LEVEL 1, CHINESE LANGUAGE AND CULTURE • $130
Item: 6573 BE 1108 W 7:00P-8:30P Sparenberg 7 sessions, starts Jul 5(6608). Learn how to get the tone and basic pronunciation, eplore con-
EVERYTHING YOU WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT SLEEP • $25 versational topics related to travel and utilize tips on how to deal with conversation challenges.
1 session, starts Jul 20(6575). Tired a lot? Can’t sleep? Know someone who snores loudly? Special learning materials and approach to acquire the language quickly and use it efficiently.
Learn about sleep stages, sleep disorders and their treatments, and proper sleep hygiene. $10 materials fee payable to instructor first class.
Item: 6575 BE 1108 W 7:30P-9:00P Compton Item: 6608 BE 4149 T 6:15P-8:00P Cheng
FIVE SECRETS TO PERMANENT WEIGHT LOSS • $20 FRENCH LEVEL 1 • $150
1 session, starts Jun 29(6570). Learn why diets don’t work and why eating fat doesn’t make 8 sessions, starts Jun 27(6620). Provides helpful tools for traveling and communicating in
you fat. Discover how to regain your energy and vitality…and much, much more! French, starting with the basics. No prior experience required. Learning materials supplied.
Item: 6570 BE 1108 W 6:30P-7:30P Tuttle No class on 7/4/2011.
FIVE SECRETS TO PREVENTING AND IMPROVING TYPE II DIABETES • $20 Item: 6620 BE 4130 M 6:30P-8:30P Stevens
1 session, starts Jul 6(6571). Insulin resistance and diabetes has become a major problem in our FRENCH LEVEL 2 • $150
society. Learn our 5 secrets to preventing type II diabetes for yourself and for your loved ones. 8 sessions, starts Jun 28(6622). Direct continuation of French I. Learn more advanced grammar
Item: 6571 BE 1108 W 6:30P-7:30P Tuttle and vocabulary, and strengthen pronunciation skills. Proficiency not required but should be
somewhat familiar with the basics. Learning materials supplied.
CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME • $20 Item: 6622 BE 4130 T 6:30P-8:30P Stevens
1 session, starts Jul 13(6572). Discover the early warning signs of carpal tunnel as well as
other forms of hand, wrist, elbow, and shoulder problems. Exercises that can help cure or FRENCH LEVEL 3 • $150
prevent these conditions will be discussed. 8 sessions, starts Jun 29(6623). Continuation of French II, covering more advanced grammar,
Item: 6572 BE 1108 W 6:30P-7:30P Tuttle reading, writing and vocabulary. Develop fluency as well as increase knowledge of French
culture. Students should be familiar with verbs in tenses, even if production is challenging.
UNDERSTANDING FIBROMYALGIA • $20 Continues to focus on grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary building through interactive
1 session, starts Jul 20(6576). Understand the neurological and physiological causes of this
games and activities. Learning materials supplied. Final class meets off campus.
baffling disease. This lecture has emphasis on chronic muscular pain, fatigue, and depression
and its effect on the body. Natural, non-drug solutions will be discussed.
Item: 6623 BE 4148 W 6:30P-8:30P Stevens
Item: 6576 BE 1108 W 6:30P-7:30P Tuttle FRENCH LEVEL 4 • $150
8 sessions, starts Jun 30(6624). Continuation of French III. Conducted solely in French. Emphasizes
THE HEALTH AND STRESS WORKSHOP • $20 speaking, reading and writing, improving grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary. Great for those
1 session, starts Jul 27(6577). Stress is a natural physiological response; our society is under
who already converse in French, but want to increase fluency. Materials provided.
constant stress these days, which is a leading cause of many lifestyle diseases such as cancer,
diabetes, heart disease, etc.
Item: 6624 BE 4130 Th 6:30P-8:30P Stevens
Item: 6577 BE 1108 W 6:30P-7:30P Tuttle GERMAN I • $140
7 sessions, starts Jun 27(6626). Learn to say simple sentences, acquire basic reading and
STAY FIT WHILE YOU SIT • $20 writing skills. *$12 materials fee payable to instructor first class. Required textbook: Deutsch
1 session, starts Aug 3(6578). Learn how serious injury can occur while sitting and how to
Na Klar! By Donato & vansant 5th edition (ISBN: 13-978-007-353532-6). No class 7/4/2011.
prevent it. Exercises to help cure or prevent health problems will be demonstrated.
Item: 6626 BE 4137 M 7:30P-9:00P Kuerzel-Themann
Item: 6578 BE 1108 W 6:30P-7:30P Tuttle
BALANCING HORMONES NATURALLY • $20 LEVEL 1, JAPANESE CONVERSATION & CULTURE • $100
8 sessions, starts Jun 28(6600). For beginners. Basic conversation skills, speech patterns and
1 session, starts Aug 10(6579). Healthy Solutions to PMS and Menopause. This workshop gives
Hiragana. Instructor is a native Japanese speaker and experienced teacher (MCoar@sccd.ctc.
participants not only a complete understanding of the cause of symptoms that occur during
edu) Required textbook: Adventures in Japanese 1 (C & T Asian Language Series)
PMS and menopause but also their solutions via diet, vitamins, exercise, and stress reduction.
Item: 6600 BE 4140 T 6:30P-8:30P Coar
Item: 6579 BE 1108 W 6:30P-7:30P Tuttle
SPANISH FOR TRAVELERS • $80
hobbies 8 sessions, starts Jun 30(6614). Introduction to the basic areas of listening, speaking, reading
and writing. Oral and aural communication will be emphasized.
CAMPING IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST • $30 Item: 6614 BE 1139B Th 12:00P-1:00P Nunez-Lira
1 session, starts Jul 6(6580). Discover the best tent campgrounds in the Pacific Northwest.
Learn camping fundamentals such as purchasing and how to properly use equipment for a RUSSIAN CONVERSATIONAL LANGUAGE - INTERMEDIATE • $110
safe and memorable camping trip. Optional overnight camping trip will be discussed. 8 sessions, starts Jun 29(6629). Lower-intermediate class for those who know the Russian
Item: 6580 BE 1108 W 6:30P-8:45P Marx alphabet and pronunciation and have a basic command of the grammar. We will continue to
explore Russian vocabulary and grammar through texts, dialogs and multimedia materials.
Item: 6629 SAM 0202 W 6:00P-8:00P Zakharenko
THAI - LEVEL 1 • $85
HANDS ON HOME REPAIR AND MAINTENANCE • $100 4 sessions, starts Jul 5(6638). Learn basic conversation and vocabulary in a fun and interactive
3 sessions, starts Jul 11(6581). Through hands-on techniques, learn a variety of home improve- atmosphere. Required book: Thai for Beginners, Benjawan Poomsan Becker, paperback.
ments and maintenance skills. Emphasis on hand and power tool selection, operation and Item: 6638 BE 1108 T 6:30P-8:00P Woosley
personal safety, kitchen and bath remodels, electrical, plumbing, wall repair, materials and
methods, home security and weatherization. $23 materials fee payable to instructor first class.
Item: 6581 BE 4182 M 6:30P-9:00P Marx
BASIC CARPENTRY AND WOODWORKING • $115 JAZZ VOCAL WORKSHOP - (BEGINNING & INTERMEDIATE) • $175
4 sessions, starts Jul 5(6584). Safety is extremely important when using portable power tools. 9 sessions, starts Jun 29(6640). Beginner and intermediate singers develop the voice through
After learning the basics of joinery, jigs, materials, methods and project design; apply this study of contemporary and standard jazz styles. $25 lab fee payable to instructor first class.
knowledge on a toolbox project. $43 material fee due the first class (includes use of all tools, Item: 6640 BPH 0101 W 6:30P-8:30P King
materials and lumber). Discussion of additional projects. Off campus (University District). SEATTLE CENTRAL JAZZ CONCERT ORCHESTRA • $70
Item: 6584 Off Campus T 6:30P-9:00P Marx 8 sessions, starts Jun 27(6642). Instructor permission required. For professional and student
musicians. Rehearse with goal of performing in a professional jazz concert orchestra. Maintain
languages reading skills; expand big band jazz repertoire and improvisational skills. No class 7/4/2011.
Item: 6642 BPH 0101 M 7:00P-9:00P Mardis
LEVEL 7 , SPANISH THE NATURAL WAY • $155
6 sessions, starts Jul 5(6613). Conducted solely in Spanish. Activities designed around stories,
interviews, role-plays, games. For students who want to maintain their conversational skill, review
grammar and improve vocabulary and structures. Textbook Dos Mundos (4th edition) highly
New info & courses added frequently.
recommended. Check online for best prices using ISBN # 0070644349 and try to have text at least Visit learnatcentral.org
by Week 2. Chapters 10 & 11 of DOS MUNDOS will be covered.
54 Item: 6613 BE 4106 T 5:30P-8:00P Lisovsky
Summer Quarter 2011
INTRODUCTION TO RECORDING TECHNOLOGY • $225
15 sessions, starts Jun 27(6643). Introduction to recording technology using Pro Tools software travel
and the Digidesign 003 Factory tactile control board. Class project results in finished recording India educational travel opportunity:
from tracking to mixdown and mastering. May include live tracks with vocals and acoustic GREAT CULTURES AND RELIGIONS OF INDIA: A YOGA ODYSSEY
instruments plus midi and sequenced tracks. Reason is available to use in synthesis, drum tracks, July 11-26, 2011. An unforgettable journey combining daily hatha yoga and of in-depth
and sampling, as well as Sibelius for notational printouts of project music. No class 7/4/2011. exploration into India’s rich cultures and diverse religions.
Item: 6643 BPH 0104 MW 5:00P-7:00P Mardis Cost: $3500 includes yoga, guide fees, all transportation within India, hotels, breakfasts and
BEGINNING GUITAR • $125 dinners, hotel and driver tips, and entrance fees. Cost does not include tip for guide, drinks,
6 sessions, starts Jul 12(6645). Learn basic chords, keys, Blues, tabulature, strumming, lead, room service, non-group activities, personal expenses, or international airfare. International
finger styles, and theory. Guitar required. *$5.00 materials fee payable in first class. airfare usually runs between $1,200 and $1,500.
Item: 6645 BPH 0101 T 7:00P-8:00P Petersen Registration form, and travel information are available at http://knowindiatravel.com. Group
TEACHING MUSIC USING REASON • $225 is limited to 14, so register now.
8 sessions, starts Jun 28(6650). Introduction to the technical skills of electronic music produc- Please contact Kelley McHenry, 206-934.6336, 206-546-2599 for more information.
tion and recording/songwriting. Uses Reason 4.0 (Propellerhead Software) and covers the INEXPENSIVE GLOBAL VOLUNTEERING • $65
basic elements of music including listening, improvising, recording, arranging, mixing and 4 sessions, starts Jun 29(6698). Turn your dream of volunteer travel into a reality; discover how
digital editing. Create original music using a computer, midi keyboard. Learn mixing and audio to travel on a shoe string. volunteers around the world can have amazing experiences like
production, including sound shaping, effects use and midi sequencing. Open to all students. working with dolphins, learning about archeology in Italy, or teaching English in China. Explore
No prior experience needed. *Student ID & Computer lab fee required. the vast possibilities to traveling on a volunteer vacation.
Item: 6650 BE 1108 T 6:00P-9:00P Kirk Item: 6698 BE 3212 W 7:00P-8:30P Major
PAIntIng & DRAWIng On LOCAtIOn In ItALY
Personal Please go to ARTS section.
ATTENTIVE LISTENING TO FRIENDS & CO-WORKERS • $35
2 sessions, starts Jul 12(6669). Improve your ability to be a good listener. Acquire skills to Writing/Publishing
recognize non-verbal attentiveness; how to ask open ended questions; paraphrasing; and
addressing feelings in a non-judgmental manner. BUILDING A POWERFUL VOCABULARY • $59
Item: 6669 BE 1108 TTh 7:00P-9:00P Rowen 4 sessions, starts Jun 30(6718). Do you sometimes have difficulty in finding the right words to
clearly express your ideas or do you sometimes have difficulty in reading efficiently because
there are too many words you don’t know? Learn to use the power of words to help you be
Photography more effective in speaking, reading and writing. Instruction and practice in techniques for
INTRODUCTION TO BLACK & WHITE PRINTING • $175 developing vocabulary skills plus the study of dozens of useful words to get you started. A
7 sessions, starts Jun 28(6671), Jun 30(6672). Create beautiful hand crafted black and white thirty-two page packet of materials for home study will be included.
prints from your new or vintage negatives by working in a traditional darkroom setting using Item: 6718 BE 4181 Th 6:00P-8:30P Whelan
easy-to master equipment, materials and processes. Two darkroom times available: Tues., 6-8 INTRODUCTION TO CREATIVE WRITING • $75
p.m. or Thurs., 6 - 8 p.m. $65 lab fee payable to instructor first class includes all darkroom sup- 6 sessions, starts Jul 11(6717). Have you ever wanted to write more expressively and imagi-
plies and materials. Lab film processing not included. Limit 4 students natively, whether fiction or non-fiction? Receive instruction and practice basic creative writing
Item: 6671 BE 1108 T 6:00P-8:00P Bestracky techniques in a relaxed, non-judgmental atmosphere; includes simple writing exercises to help
Item: 6672 BE 1108 Th 6:00P-8:00P Bestracky you practice these techniques and develop ideas for writing projects.
BASIC CAMERA OPERATION • $140 Item: 6717 BE 4181 M 6:00P-8:30P Whelan
8 sessions, starts Jun 28(6670). Explore how your film or digital camera works and how you WRITING EFFECTIVE PARAGRAPHS • $45
work your camera to consistently expose negatives properly and make them say what you 3 sessions, starts Jul 28(6720). Whether you are writing a one-page memo, a seventy-five
want. Discuss depth-of-field, film, on-camera flash, lenses and filters in practical, “idea-based” page report or a personal letter, being able to write effective paragraphs is essential; instruc-
terms. Required materials include a 35mm camera (digital or film, but NO point & shoot cam- tion and practice in techniques for writing: descriptive, narrative, expository and persuasive
era) with manual capability and six rolls of film with processing. paragraphs, which are well-organized, coherent, smooth-flowing and focused.
Item: 6670 SAM 0207 T 6:00P-9:00P Saylor Item: 6720 BE 4181 Th 6:00P-8:30P Whelan
INTRODUCTION TO STREET PHOTOGRAPHY • $100 DEEP GREEN INK: CREATIVE ECOLOGICAL WRITING • $90
5 sessions, starts Jun 30(6677). With advances in electronic imaging, it seems the responsibil- 7 sessions, starts Jun 28(6728). Contribute to global green culture! Review tenets of
ity for authenticity falls more than ever to the conscious photographer. No other backdrop eco-shamanism, deep ecology, ecopsychology; learn to write ecological poetry, stories, visual-
offers itself as honestly to this idea than the street. Bring a manual SLR film or digital , and we izations, meditations. Creative, fun, positive! Instructor is international author.
will explore this idea together. $25 materials fee payable to instructor first class. Item: 6728 BE 1108 T 7:00P-8:30P Sparenberg
Item: 6677 SAM 0207 Th 6:00P-9:00P Saylor CREATIVE DREAM WORK • $90
7 sessions, starts Jun 30(6726). Review history of dream work from primitive to present; learn
teacher training to create/use dream amplifications, mandalas, meditations, stories, poetry. Instructor is author
(206) 934.3895 of Dreamspheres; contributing editor, Dream Network Journal
www.teachertrainingprogram.com Item: 6726 BE 1108 Th 7:00P-8:30P Sparenberg
Teacher professional development clock hour program VERBAL EXPRESSION LABORATORY: FIND YOUR VOICE THROUGH SCARCITY
Distance learning CD OM courses for certified teachers to earn clock hours. • $70
Please call or register at www.teachertrainingprogram.com 4 sessions, starts Jul 7(6729). Discover in four fun workshops how your writer’s voice speaks
TESOL - TEACH ENGLISH TO SPEAKERS OF OTHER LANGUAGES PROGRAM • and explore its thematic elements through progressive exercises in scarcity coupled with peer
processing. $5 material fee payable to instructor the first class.
$1,395 Item: 6729 BE 1108 Th 7:00P-10:00P Lindberg/Teleb
20 sessions, starts Jun 28(6740). Comprehensive TESOL program for those interested in teaching
English overseas. The curriculum has been created by highly qualified faculty who has taught for
various Master’s level programs, as well as Seattle Central. Non-native English speakers should
provide English language proficiency test results or an equivalent. Example: A TOEFL test score
of 600 or better or IELTS score of 6.5 minimum overall. Prerequisite BA/BS degree (or equivalent)
or permission of program manager. Call Teacher Training Programs at (206)934.3895 or visit
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Open House: Tuesday, May 24
4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
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• Train for in-demand jobs in healthcare,
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or call 206.934.3898.
FirSt GENEratioN ProjECt—
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About 40 percent of Seattle Central students are.
We know a college campus can be a confusing place.
We are here to help you.
Visit seattlecentral.edu/firstgen to read real stories
of Seattle Central faculty and staff who were the first
in their families to graduate from college.
They did it, you can too!