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					                                                      Wayne
                                                      County
                                                      Community
                                                      College




                     Fall 2011 Academic Schedule
                                                      District




                           Classes Begin August 23, 2011
  Career Program Hotline: (800) 300-2118 • General Information: (313) 496-2600




          1 College District, 5 Campuses
Downriver Campus   Downtown Campus   Eastern Campus    Northwest Campus   Western Campus   University Center




                                          www.wcccd.edu
                             Board of Trustees                                              Mission Statement
                       Charles Paddock, Chairperson, District 8                             WCCCD's mission is to empower individuals, businesses, and communities to achieve their
                                                                                            goals through excellent and accessible services, culturally diverse experiences and globally
                      Larry K. Lewis, Vice-Chairperson, District 6                          competitive higher education and career advancement programs.
                      Denise Wellons-Glover, Secretary, District 5
                       Mary Ellen Stempfle, Treasurer, District 1                           Vision Statement
                                                                                            WCCCD’s vision is to be recognized as an institution that has achieved national and
                        Vernon C. Allen, Jr., Member, District 3                            international recognition for enduring excellence as a comprehensive multi-campus
                          Alan Anderson, Member, District 7                                 community college district. WCCCD will focus on continuous self-evaluation and
                          Juanita C. Ford, Member, District 2                               improvement; preparation of a highly skilled workforce in support of the Wayne County
                                                                                            economy; student academic and career success, and leadership in strengthening the
                          Sharon P. Scott, Member, District 9                               open door philosophy of educational opportunity.
                           Myron Wahls, Member, District 4
                                                                                            Institutional Accreditation
                     Dr. Curtis L. Ivery, Chancellor                                        Wayne County Community College District is accredited by the Higher Learning
                                                                                            Commission, a Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools,
                                                                                            230 South LaSalle Street, Suite 7-500, Chicago, Illinois 60604;
                                                                                            1-800-621-7440, (fax) 312-263-7462 or www.ncahlc.org. Information regarding the status
                    District Administrative Staff                                           of an institution is available at ext. 11, or Email to status@ncahlc.org; complaints can be
                        John Bolden, Senior Executive Vice Chancellor                       directed to ext. 198, by Emailing to complaints@ncahlc.org.
      Patrick McNally, Ed.D., Assistant Chancellor for Instructional and Student Services
          Furquan Ahmed, Vice Chancellor of Human Resources and Accountability
                                                                                            DISCLAIMER
                Stephanie Bulger, Ph.D., Vice Chancellor of Educational Affairs
                                                                                            This class schedule is for information purposes only and does not constitute a contract.
                 Kim DiCaro, Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance                 The District reserves the right to change, modify or alter without notice all fees, charges,
Shawna Forbes, Vice Chancellor School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development     tuition, expenses and costs of any kind and further reserves the right to add or delete,
         Johnesa Hodge, Vice Chancellor of Institutional Effectiveness and Research         without notice, any course offering or information contained in this schedule.
   Muna Khoury, Vice Chancellor of Communications and Institutional Advancement
                                                                                            WCCCD reserves the right to assign instructional staff and to eliminate, cancel, phase out or
         Omobonike Odegbami, M.Ed., Vice Chancellor, International Programs
                                                                                            reduce course sizes and/or programs for financial, curricular or programmatic reasons.
                                   and Global Partnerships
   Kiran Sekhri, Vice Chancellor of Information Technology and Chief Information Officer
                    Brian Singleton, Vice Chancellor of Student Services                                                           LEGEND
                George W. Swan III, Ed.D., Vice Chancellor for External Affairs
              Mark Lang, Provost of Entrepreneurial Institute & Resource Center              DISTANCE LEARNING                                 DAYS OF THE WEEK
              Jonathan Cartwright, Sr., Executive District Director of Government            ITV   Interactive Television                      M     Monday
                                Relations & Community Affairs                                LIO   Live-Interactive Online                     T     Tuesday
                  Robert A. Wettle, Executive District Director, Internal Audit              ONL Online                                        W     Wednesday
                                                                                                                                               R     Thursday
                    Deborah Duyck, Executive Director of Public Relations
                                                                                                                                               F     Friday
                      Darrick D. Muhammad, Director of Public Safety                         CLN      Clinical                                 S     Saturday
             Sammie Rice, Chief Operation Officer of Physical Plant and Facilities           CRN      Course Reference Number                  U     Sunday
                                                                                             IMB      Imbedded Laboratory
                        Mark Sanford, Chief Human Resources Officer
                                                                                             L/L      Lecture and Laboratory
           David C. Butty, Executive Dean, International Programs/Media Consultant           LAB      Laboratory                                  DESIGNATES COMPUTER COURSE
                              Derek T. Johnson, College Counsel                              LEC      Lecture
                                                                                             TBA      To be announced
                                                                                                                                                  DESIGNATES GREEN COURSE
                        Campus Administration
                              Downriver Campus
                     Anthony T. Arminiak, MSA, Campus President
                                                                                                STUDENTS please note that next to each
                              Downtown Campus
                           Shawna Forbes, Campus President                                     discipline title there is a link that will direct
                                Eastern Campus                                                       you to WCCCD’s online bookstore,
          Sandra Truitt Robinson Ed.D., Campus President, Corporate College                    www.wcccdbookstore.com where you can
                                        University Center
                        Gary Cummings, Assistant Vice President, University Center            look up the textbook required for each class.
                              Northwest Campus                                                   Simply click on the logo
            Debraha Watson, Ph.D., Campus President, Provost, Health Sciences
                                                                                             in the upper left corner; choose the semester,
                               Western Campus
                          Michael Dotson, Campus President                                   select the department, course and section and
                                                                                                 a list will appear below with the required
                                                                                               textbook for each course (searching for the
                                                                                                required textbook on this site DOES NOT
                                                                                                     require you to purchase the book.)

        Can’t find the class you need? Try a different location. We have six locations and Distance Learning to serve you.                                                          1
                                                    TABLE OF CONTENTS
General Information                                                                                       Schedule Information
Board of Trustees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1          Academic Schedule
District Administrative Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1              DISTANCE LEARNING/E-LEARNING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28-41
Campus Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1                DOWNRIVER CAMPUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .42-56
Mission Statement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1            Weekend College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .44
Vision Statement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1         DOWNTOWN CAMPUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57-75
Institutional Accreditation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1              Weekend College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59-60
Legend . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1     EASTERN CAMPUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76-86
Enrollment Procedures                                                                                       Weekend College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78
How to Register On-line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3              NORTHWEST CAMPUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87-110
College Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4           Weekend College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .89-91
Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4               WESTERN CAMPUS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111-127
Registration Hours . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4           Weekend College . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113-114
Admissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5       UNIVERSITY CENTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128-131
Program Admissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5
How to Apply and Register for Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5                    Statements
New Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6       Institutional Statements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .141
Current Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6                    Drug-Free Workplace
Former Students (returning) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6                           Smoke-Free Compliance
Veteran Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6                 Statement of Compliance
International Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7                      Notice of Non-Discrimination
Senior Citizens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7                 Grievance Procedure
Native American Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7             The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142
Student Assessment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7           Social Security Number Privacy Act . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142
Assessment Testing Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7                Student Rights and Responsibilities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .142
                                                                                                          Campus Safety at WCCCD . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .143-145
Tuition and Fee Information                                                                               Important Telephone Numbers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .145
Residency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
Default Payment Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7             Additional Information
Outstanding Balances . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7             One District . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
Payment by Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7           Fall 2011 New Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14-15
Payment of Tuition and Fees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7                Priority Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16
Cashless Registration Process . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7                University Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
Returned Check Policy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8            Career Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18-21
Important Registration Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8                   Campus Signature Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
Tuition and Fees Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8           Learning About Your Ancestors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23
Tuition Charge Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8           Phi Theta Kappa . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27
Deferred Tuition Payment Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8                 Continuing Education New Spring/Summer 2012 Classes . . . . . . .132
Withdrawing from Classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9               Health Information Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133
Refunds . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9    World Languages Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134
Tuition Refund Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9           The World Awaits You . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .135
Financial Aid and Other                                                                                   Online Continuing Education for Professionals . . . . . . . . . . . .136
  Financial Support Opportunities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-10                       Online Public Safety Courses . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .137
                                                                                                          Got Email . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138
Academic Information                                                                                      Join a Learning Community . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139
Student Services                                                                                          Honors Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .140
   Transcript Transfer Evaluations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11                    General Academic Registration Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .146
Michigan Community College Virtual Learning Collaborative
   Admission . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11
Book Store . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
Career and Transfer Program Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24-26


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Register for classes online!
Why stand in line?


                                                                                       Wayne County Community
                                                                               College District has made it easier
                                                                     for you to register for classes by offering the
                                                  complete registration process on the District’s web site. Now
                                                        you can register online for classes at a time and location
                                                       most convenient for you! All five campus locations have a
                                      Learning Center with staff available to provide assistance with registration.
                                 Descriptions of the course requirements are available online to help you decide
                                          which courses are right for you. Additionally, the web site has an online
                               Registration Guide that provides you with detailed information about the process.
                                                                           Log on to   www.wcccd.edu and
                                                                                follow the links to register online today!

       Web-Gate: How To Register For A Course Online
Step One:                                                            only you will be able to answer.
a. Log on to www.wcccd.edu                                        b. In the box next to Answer: Type the answer to the
b. Click on Web-Gate                                                 question you entered.
c. Click on Enter Web-Gate                                        c. Click on Submit
Step Two:                                                         Step Five: Click on Student
a. Enter your Wayne County Community College District             Step Six: Click on Registration
    Student Identification Number or social security number
                                                                  Step Seven: Click On Add or Drop Classes
    (optional) in the user ID box.
Please Note: This is a 9 (nine) digit code beginning with the     Step Eight: Next to Select a Term: The current term will
capital letter A and two zeros followed by six digits.            automatically appear.
(i.e.A00-------).Your 9-digit student identification number was   a. Click on Submit
provided to you during the admission process.                     Step Nine: In the first box under CRN, enter the five digit
b. For first time users, enter your date of birth (MMDDYY) in     CRN (Course Reference Number).The CRN for each course
    the box next to PIN. For returning users, enter your          appears in the first column of the Academic Class Schedule
    personal (six digit) PIN.                                     under the CRN heading. Use only the first five digits. The
c. Click on Login                                                 remaining three digits are the section number. Click on Submit
Step Three:                                                       Changes.
(For first time users)                                            Congratulations!
Re-enter the old PIN (your six digit (MMDDYY)                     You have successfully registered! The following page confirming
Enter your new PIN (a personal six digit number)                  your course registration (Web Registered) details will appear.
Re-enter your new PIN again Click Login                           Click on the Tuition Fee Assessment link at the bottom of the
                                                                  page and proceed to Credit Card Payment.These links appear at
Step Four: (For first time users)
                                                                  the bottom of the respective pages.
a. In the box next to Enter Question:Type a question that
     Web-Gate Technical Support (866) 374-6768                                                                         3
                                              COLLEGE CALENDAR
                                                                                   Fall 2011
Important Registration Information
You must have earned a passing grade for all pre-requisite courses or you will not be allowed to register for the next sequential course. In addition to meeting the official
admissions/registration requirements, you must select a program of study. For certain career programs you must complete an official Program Admission Form which may
be obtained from the Campus Academic Officer or the campus Admissions Office after completing all course pre-/co-requisites.

              You are officially registered when the registration staff enters your classes or you
            click the submit button on Web-Gate, you are then responsible for all tuition and fees
                            incurred including the non-refundable registration fee.
You are to pay at least 65% of your tuition at the time of registration. Students registering online will also have the option of paying online. You must officially withdraw
from your class(es) within the refund period to be eligible for any refund. The unpaid balance of tuition and fees is still due when you drop a course after the
refund period ends. Therefore, any course dropped after the 50% refund must be paid in FULL.


Tuesday, July 5, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Early Academic Advising begins
Thursday, July 21,2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Priority Online Registration Begins - Eligible students: 42+ credit hours
                                                                                      earned. Please see page 16 for more information.
Sunday, July 24, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Priority Online Registration Ends
Monday, July 25, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Registration Starts
Monday, August 22, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Last Day to Register
Tuesday, August 23, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CLASSES BEGIN
Monday, September 5, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Labor Day (District Closed)
Friday, September 30, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Last day to pay balance of deferred tuition (without incurring default fee)
Monday, October 3, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$20 Default fee assessed
Tuesday, October 18, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Last Day to Withdraw With a "W" Grade (Without instructor's signature)
Friday, October 21, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Graduation Application Deadline
Tuesday, October 25, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .District Conference Day (District Closed)
Wednesday, November 2, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$30 End of Semester Delinquent Fee Assessed
Wednesday, November 23, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .No Classes
Thursday, November 24 - Sunday, November 27, 2011 . . . . . . . .Thanksgiving Break (District Closed)
Monday, November 28, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Last day to withdraw with a “W” grade (Instructor’s signature required)
Monday, November 28, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Classes Resume
Monday, December 5 through 12, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .FINAL EXAM WEEK
Monday, December 12, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CLASSES END
Wednesday, December 14, 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Grades Due, 4:00 P.M.
       Note: All grades are due 48 hours after the class ends. Please refer to chart on page 9 for important refund dates.
  Academic advising is available throughout the year. All students are encouraged to see an advisor prior to class registration.

                                                                REGISTRATION HOURS
                                   July 25 - August 22, 2011
                                   Monday - Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
                                   Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
                                   Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
                  NOTE: Online registration assistance is available during hours of operation at all campus locations.
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                    Applying for                                                         How to apply and
                     Admission                                                           register for classes
Admissions                                                                   Students may apply for admissions online by following directions
Wayne County Community College District is an open admission                 provided at www.wcccd.edu. Once your online application has been
institution and automatic for those who are 18 or years of age or            submitted, the acknowledgement letter will be sent describing
older. Admission to specific programs is not automatic. For further          registration instructions for new students.
information, please visit www.wcccd.edu or contact the Office of
Admissions at any of the following locations:                                Students seeking financial aid will have additional steps to complete.
           Downriver Campus 734-374-3229                                     Registration is held in the Student Services Center at each campus
           Downtown Campus 313-496-2788                                      and online.
           Eastern Campus               313-579-6940
           Northwest Campus 313-943-4064                                     The following steps are applicable to those students who register in
           Western Campus               734-697-5181                         person at any campus.
For high school students under 18 years of age, the approval of a
parent or guardian and the high school principal or counselor is
required on the "Dual Enrollment" form. These forms are available at                                Apply for Admission
the Office of Admissions and Records at each campus.                                   This step is for New or Re-admitted students only.
                                                                                        Current students should update mailing address
Persons under age 16 must re-apply and be approved each semester                                       and phone number.
for which they intend to enroll regardless of previous enrollments.
Applications for persons under the age of 16 must be submitted to
the District Office of Student Services, 801 W. Fort St., Detroit, MI                                    Assessment
48226.                                                                              For new students, assessment is discussed and a referral
                                                                                           made for the COMPASS test if appropriate.
 *Dual Enrollment classes may be available at no cost to the high                         Following testing, students will meet with an
  school student who qualifies under the State School Aid Act,                          academic advisor who will interpret test scores.
  PA.148, Section 216. Students should contact their high school
  principal or counselor for information.
                                                                                        Step 1 – Enrollment Data Verification
                                                                                    Staff members will verify residency, personal data, check
Program Admission
                                                                                 for financial holds, and refer students to an academic advisor.
Certain programs at the District have prerequisite courses and other
criteria required for admission. In addition to meeting the official
admissions/registration program requirements, students are required to                       Step 2 – Academic Advising
apply for official program admission to their program of study. Students               Students meet with an academic advisor to discuss
must complete an official Program Admission Form that may be
                                                                                             educational goals and select courses.
obtained from the campus Student Services Office, the Office of
Admissions or from the Campus Academic Officer. Additionally, to
register for courses in technical degrees and certificate programs,                                Step 3 – Registration
except for specified introductory courses, students must have applied             Course registration information is entered into the computer.
for and been accepted through the formal program admission process
as specified in the District Catalog. Contact the Office of Admissions for
specific program admission instructions.                                                       Step 4 – Student Finance
                                                                                       Discuss payment options, pay tuition and fees, and
Please Note: All students re-admitted to WCCCD after missing four                                 obtain your class schedule
consecutive or more regular semesters will be responsible for the
curricula and regulations published in the current Catalog and
other official publications which are in effect at the time of their                             Step 5 – Photo ID Card
re-admission. In certain cases, dates of program admission may                      Obtain official student ID card and parking sticker at the
take precedence over dates of District admission for purpose of                     Campus Security Office and sign up for Emergency Alert.
meeting program requirements for graduation.

                                                                                              Step 6 – Online Orientation
                                                                                   All new students are required to complete WCCCD’s online
                                                                                          orientation by logging on to www.wcccd.edu


       Can’t find the class you need? Try a different location. We have six locations and Distance Learning to serve you.                5
Steps to Enrollment                                                               Former Students (Returning)
New Students                                                                      A returning student is an individual who has not attended the District
1. Many students may choose to apply for admissions online by going               for 4 or more regular semesters. All students in this category must
   to www.wcccd.edu. Other students must complete and submit an                   complete an application for re-admission.
   application for admission at the campus Admissions and Records                 • Complete and submit an Application for re-admission at the
   Office of their choice.                                                          campus Admissions and Records Office of your choice. (Students
2. Have all previous academic credentials (official transcripts)                    seeking a degree in an occupational program must apply for
   forwarded to the District Records Office with a transcript evalua-               re-admission to a specific program.)
   tion request form.
                                                                                  • Have all your previous academic credentials (official transcripts) and
3. When you receive your letter of admission, be sure to follow the                 submit a transcript evaluation form along with transcripts to the
   instructions. Assessment testing is required for most new students and           District Records Office.
   should be completed prior to registering for classes. Please see page 7
   for testing times.                                                             • When you receive your letter of admission, be sure to follow the
4. After completing your application and assessment testing, you                    instructions outlined in the letter. If you have not completed the
   will meet with an academic advisor to discuss your educational                   English and Math requirements, you will need assessment testing.
   goals and select appropriate courses. You are now ready to                     • Complete assessment testing.
   register.                                                                      -or-
   5. All fees must be paid by the deadline date established each semester.       • If you do not need assessment testing, you will visit with a
      The District offers a deferred payment plan and some students may             counselor/advisor for academic advising and course selection.
      qualify for financial aid. Refunds will be available if you meet all pre-     This step is required for all students who have completed less than 12
      liminary guidelines and officially drop classes by the refund deadline.       credit hours and is optional, but encouraged, for students who have
      For more information, please see the Refund Policy in this schedule.          successfully earned 12 or more credit hours.
6. All students are required to access the online orientation
   program at www.wcccd.edu.                                                      • All fees must be paid by the deadline date established each
                                                                                    semester. The District offers a deferred payment plan and some
  IMPORTANT:                                                                        students may qualify for financial aid. Refunds will be available if you
  Students who register for classes are responsible for payment                     officially drop classes by the refund deadline.
  of their tuition and fees. Classes must be officially dropped by
                                                                                  Please Note: All students re-admitted to WCCCD after missing four
  completing necessary forms that are available in the Admission/
                                                                                  or more regular semesters will be responsible for the curricula and
  Records Offices, or online. Students who do not drop prior to                   regulations published in the current catalog and other official publi-
  published drop dates will be responsible for paying the full                    cations which are in effect at the time of re-admission.
  tuition and fee assessment.
                                                                                  Veterans
Current Students                                                                  The Veterans Affairs Office is located in the District Records Office,
• Students who have completed less than 12 credit hours are                       801 W. Fort Street, Detroit, MI 48226, 2nd Floor. The phone number
  required to meet with an academic advisor. Students who have                    is (313) 496-2523 or (313) 496-2581.
  successfully completed 12 or more credit hours are encouraged
  to meet with an academic advisor.                                               The purpose of the Veterans Affairs Office is to certify the enrollment
                                                                                  of veterans and their dependents who are using their educational
• All fees must be paid by the deadline date established each                     benefits. The staff in the Veterans Affairs Office serve as a liaison
  semester. The District offers a deferred payment plan and some                  between the Department of Veterans Affairs and the students at Wayne
  students may qualify for financial aid. Refunds will be available if            County Community College District. The staff assists with the
  you officially drop classes by the refund deadline.                             completion of forms, explaining the various degree options available
                                                                                  at WCCCD, and directing students to the appropriate college person-
• Upon completion of registration all students are responsible                    nel for support services. Veterans should schedule an appointment
  for all assessments & fees. Tuition and other charges will                      with an academic advisor for individual assistance. All forms may be
  NOT be waived unless a student officially drops the class(es).                  printed from the WCCCD website, www.wcccd.edu.
  There are two methods by which a student may drop a class.
  Method 1: Log onto Web-Gate, go to registration, and drop the                   The Department of Veterans Affairs requires that all recipients of
  class. Method II: Obtain Drop/Add form from the Admission/                      veteran educational benefits make progress toward their stated
  Records Office. In order to receive a refund of tuition and                     program. Therefore, all veterans and their dependents receiving
  applicable fees, the form must be completed and processed.                      benefits must maintain a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 2.0
  Students who do not drop by the appropriate deadline will be                    to remain eligible for benefits. Veterans whose cumulative GPA falls
  responsible for paying all tuition charges.                                     below 2.0 will be required to raise the GPA to a satisfactory 2.0 level
                                                                                  within two semesters to be eligible for continued benefits. If the
                                                                                  veteran fails to do so, the Department of Veterans Affairs will be
                                                                                  notified of their unsatisfactory academic progress.



          6                                                                                            General Information (313) 496-2600
International Students
Wayne County Community College District encourages applicants for                               Tuition and
admission from qualified persons around the world and values the
diversity that international students bring to campus. A vibrant                              Fee Information
international student population translates to a stronger multicultural
experience for all students.                                                  Residency
                                                                              Students residing in the District will be charged resident tuition rates.
The District is authorized under Federal law to enroll non-immigrant          The District is defined as all of Wayne County with the exception of the
alien students on the “F-1” student visa. Wayne County Community              following cities and townships: Dearborn, part of Dearborn Heights,
College District follows requirements forth by the United States              Garden City, Highland Park, Livonia, Northville, Plymouth and part of
Department of Homeland Security. Each requirement must be satisfied           Canton Township. Residency can be verified by voter registration card,
before admission as an International Student is considered.                   driver's license, tax or rent receipts, or state identification card.
International applicants should visit the website for application deadlines
                                                                              Outstanding Balances
and a list of credentials needed for a complete application to
be considered at: http://www.wcccd.edu/ students/inter_admission.htm          Outstanding balances that are not paid on or before the published due
                                                                              date will be placed on a Financial Hold and charged a $20 default fee.
Senior Citizens                                                               All student accounts remaining delinquent at the end of the semester
Citizens who are residents of the District and 60 years of age or             (please refer to the District calendar for specific date) will be charged an
older may enroll at the District tuition-free. Senior Citizen Tuition         additional delinquent payment fee of $30.
Waivers will be granted on a seat-availability basis in regularly             Students who cancel or withdraw from classes after all refund periods have
scheduled academic classes. Although student activity fees shall be           passed will not receive a refund.
waived for senior citizens, they are responsible for all other fees such
as the cost of books and class supplies. Senior students are expected         Effective July 1, 2008, federal regulation dictate that financial aid students
to adhere to the same academic standards, rules and regulations that          will no longer be able to use current award year financial aid funds to
are in place for other students. Proof of age and residency is required       cover prior year outstanding balances that exceed $200.
at the time of registration.                                                  Payment by Check
Native American Students                                                      Personal checks must be drawn on a financial institution within the
Free tuition is available to eligible Native American students. Students      United States and must have a preprinted name and account number
are responsible for all fees, books and class supplies. Students              on them. If the writer of the check is a person other than the student,
claiming this exemption must present appropriate documentation at             the student must present the writer's ID. The student must have
the time of enrollment. For more information visit the Office of              adequate picture identification and endorse the check. Any one of
Admissions & Records at your campus.                                          the following forms of identification are accepted: driver’s license,
                                                                              military service ID, picture charge cards, employment picture ID
Student Assessment
                                                                              card, state picture ID card or passport.
What is Assessment Testing? (COMPASS)
Student Assessment is a process through which the District will be            Payment of Tuition and Fees
able to determine if you need to improve your reading, writing or             All tuition, fees and deposits are due at the time of registration.
mathematic skills. The assessment test scores will provide the                Students that choose the deferred tuition payment plan must pay a
necessary information for your Academic Advisor to place you in               minimum of 65% of total tuition and fee(s) for the current term.
courses appropriate for your skill level.                                     Payments may be made by money order, check, Visa, MasterCard,
                                                                              Discover Card, American Express, or ATM debit card.
How do I schedule my assessment testing?
Assessment Testing is available at the campus of your choice on a             Wayne County Community College District reserves the right
walk in basis. Please plan to stay at least two hours for your testing        to cancel the registration of any student who does not make
session. It is suggested that you prepare for assessment prior to test        the required tuition and fees payment within the specified
day. Sample test questions are available online at www.wcccd.edu,             time frame.
click on “students” tab, click the “future students” tab, under the
heading “Enroll and Register Now!”, click “Spelling Assestment                  Cashless Registration Process
Testing”, and click on “To view sample study questions”. Please                 The District does not accept cash. Students may choose to pay
bring a photo ID when testing. Students are encouraged to call the              by money order, check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American
campus Student Services Office to confirm time.                                 Express or ATM debit card. The District Bookstores provide
                                                                                money orders for a nominal fee. It is recommended that the
Assessment Testing Schedule                                                     student review the cost of tuition and fees in the class schedule
COMPASS Testing on a Walk-In Basis                                              before registering. Please remember to consider the fees for
                                                                                student activities, labs, and registration when calculating tuition
Days                                                 Times                      costs.
Mondays-Thursdays                               9:00 am – 5:30 pm
Fridays                                         9:00 am – 2:30 pm             Note: ALL RETURNING STUDENTS WHO HAVE AN
                                                                                    OUTSTANDING BALANCE MUST PAY 100% OF
Saturdays (During Final Registration Only)      9:00 am – 12:00 pm                  THEIR OUTSTANDING BALANCE OR MAKE PAYMENT
                                                                                    ARRANGEMENTS BEFORE THEY CAN REGISTER FOR
                                                                                    THE CURRENT SEMESTER.
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Returned Check Policy                                                                                                         Tuition Charge Chart
Students are liable for all amounts pertaining to any bank rejected                                            The amounts listed below represent the current tuition
checks, which includes but is not necessarily limited to the following:                                   charge per credit hour which includes registration, student activity
                                                                                                                      and technology fees. Other fees may apply.
• The amount of the rejected check
• A $20 District service fee for NSF (non-sufficient funds) processing                                                                             Out-of            Out-of
                                                                                                                            In-District Out-of     District Out-of    State
• Charges assessed by the external check guarantee agency                                                 Hours In-District $89.00/CR District @ $110.00/CR State  $140.00/CR
  utilized by the District.                                                                                CR @ $89.00/CR *W/FEES $110.00/CR *W/FEES $140.00/CR *W/FEES
                                                                                                          1           89.00       146.00         110.00      167.00        140.00      197.00
ALL CHECKS WRITTEN TO THE DISTRICT ARE VERIFIED BY AN                                                     2         178.00        242.00         220.00      284.00        280.00      344.00
EXTERNAL CHECK GUARANTEE AGENCY. ALL RETURNED CHECKS ARE                                                  3         267.00        338.00         330.00      401.00        420.00      491.00
SUBJECT TO THE AGENCY’S COLLECTION FEES.                                                                  4         356.00        434.00         440.00      518.00        560.00      638.00
                                                                                                          5         445.00        530.00         550.00      635.00        700.00      785.00
STOP PAYMENT OF CHECK DOES NOT INITIATE
                                                                                                          6         534.00        626.00         660.00      752.00        840.00      932.00
CANCELLATION OF CLASSES. YOU MUST OFFICIALLY
                                                                                                          7         623.00        722.00         770.00      869.00        980.00 1,079.00
WITHDRAW FROM YOUR CLASSES, BY COMPLETING A
                                                                                                          8         712.00        818.00         880.00      986.00 1,120.00 1,226.00
ADD/DROP FORM or ONLINE.
                                                                                                          9         801.00        914.00         990.00 1,103.00 1,260.00 1,373.00
Important Registration Information                                                                        10        890.00     1,010.00       1,100.00 1,220.00 1,400.00 1,520.00
You are officially registered when the registration staff enters your                                     11        979.00     1,106.00       1,210.00 1,337.00 1,540.00 1,667.00
classes into the registration system or once you click the“submit” button                                 12      1,068.00     1,202.00       1,320.00 1,454.00 1,680.00 1,814.00
if registering online. You are responsible for all tuition and fees                                       13      1,157.00     1,298.00       1,430.00 1,571.00 1,820.00 1,961.00
incurred including the non-refundable registration fee. You must                                          14      1,246.00     1,394.00       1,540.00 1,688.00 1,960.00 2,108.00
pay at least 65% of your tuition and fees at the time of registration. You                                15      1,335.00     1,490.00       1,650.00 1,805.00 2,100.00 2,255.00
must officially withdraw from your class(es) within the refund period to be                               16      1,424.00     1,586.00       1,760.00 1,922.00 2,240.00 2,402.00
eligible for any refund. The unpaid balance of tuition and fees is still due                              17      1,513.00     1,682.00       1,870.00 2,039.00 2,380.00 2,549.00
when you drop a course after the refund period ends. Therefore, any                                       18      1,602.00     1,778.00       1,980.00 2,156.00 2,520.00 2,696.00
course dropped after the 50% refund period must be paid for in                                              *Note: Includes fees for registration, student activities and technology. Other
                                                                                                            fees such as testing, default, duplicate diploma, etc. are not included in the
FULL.                                                                                                       calculations above.


                                 Tuition and Fees                                                                   Deferred Tuition Payment Chart
                                                                                                               A MINIMUM OF 65% OF THE FULL ASSESSMENT
Tuition at Wayne County Community College                                                                             IS DUE AT TIME OF REGISTRATION.
District is Based upon Residency:                                                                                The amounts listed below represent the current
 WCCCD – District Residents                              $ 89.00              Per   Credit      Hour         tuition charge with the 65% minimum payment amount
 Other Michigan residents                                $110.00              Per   Credit      Hour           per credit hour, INCLUDING the REGISTRATION,
 Out-of-state residents                                  $140.00              Per   Credit      Hour        STUDENT ACTIVITY AND TECHNOLOGY FEES ONLY.
 International students                                  $140.00              Per   Credit      Hour                          Other fees may apply.
                                                                                                           Credits         In-District           Out-of-District          Out-of-State
 Refundable Fees                                                                                           Hours          @$89.00/CR             @$110.00/CR              @$140.00/CR
 Student Activity Fees                                   $ 2.00    Per Credit Hour                           CR             *W/FEES                 *W/FEES                 *W/FEES
 Technology Fees                                         $ 5.00    Per Credit Hour                         1                 94.90                  108.55                  128.05
 Laboratory Fees                                         See Course Listings                               2                157.30                  184.60                  223.60
 Science Laboratory Fees                                 $75.00    Per Science Lab                         3                219.70                  260.65                  319.15
 Distance Learning (DL) Fees                             $20.00    Per DL Student                          4                282.10                  336.70                  414.70
                                                                   Enrollment                              5                344.50                  412.75                  510.25
                                                                                                           6                406.90                  488.80                  605.80
 Non – Refundable Fees                                                                                     7                469.30                  564.85                  701.35
 Registration                                            $50.00                                            8                531.70                  640.90                  796.90
 Default                                                 $20.00                                            9                594.10                  716.95                  892.45
 Delinquent Payment Fee                                  $30.00                                            10               656.50                  793.00                  988.00
 Duplicate Diploma                                       $10.00                                            11               718.90                  869.05                1,083.55
                                                                                                           12               781.30                  945.10                1,179.10
                                                                                                           13               843.70                1,021.15                1,274.65
 Non – Refundable Testing Fees                                                                             14               906.10                1,097.20                1,370.20
 Nursing Testing Support Fee                             $197.75 per semester                              15               968.50                1,173.25                1,465.75
 Health Occupation Basic                                                                                   16             1,030.90                1,249.30                1,561.30
 Information Test (HOBIT) Fee                            $ 25.00                                           17             1,093.30                1,325.35                1,656.85
 Test of Essential Academic                                                                                18             1,155.70                1,401.40                1,752.40
 Skills (TEAS)                                           $ 25.00                                           *Note: Includes fees for registration, student activities and technology. Other
 Deferred payment opportunities are available for students. See the Deferred Tuition Chart for charges.    fees for default, or duplicate diploma, etc. are not included in the calculations
                                                                                                           above.

             8                                                                                                                       General Information (313) 496-2600
Withdrawing from Classes                                                       educational expenses. Use of financial aid funds for any other purpose
Officially withdrawing from classes may entitle students to full or            will jeopardize eligibility for continued assistance. The District
partial refunds. See refund table below for important dates and per-           Financial Aid Office reserves the right to review, adjust and/or cancel
centages of tuition refund.                                                    awards at any time because of a change in a student's financial, marital,
                                                                               academic status, because of adjustments in federal or state regulations
Refunds                                                                        or funding or computational errors. A student may decline all or any
Classes cancelled by the District will result in a 100% refund. The            portion of a financial aid award. A student may appeal for reconsidera-
District reserves the right to cancel classes. The District will attempt       tion of any aspect of a financial aid award by submitting written justifi-
to notify students whose classes are cancelled. Students substituting          cation and supporting documentation. A student may accept any num-
another course must process a drop/add form as soon as possible.               ber of awards or other financial assistance from public and/or private
If students do not wish to substitute another course, a refund is              sources, however the total financial assistance may not exceed the total
automatic and there is no need to process a drop/add form. The                 cost of their education.
refund will be mailed to the student approximately 3-5 weeks after
the first day of the semester. There is no refund for health                   Students who receive federal financial aid are expected to attend and
reasons. Classes dropped by the student after the refund deadlines             successfully complete the coursework for which they enrolled. Payment
will result in ‘‘no refund.” Tuition, Student Activity fees, Technology        of financial aid is based upon enrollment status and class attendance.
fee, and all course designated fees are refundable within the deadline         If you add or drop classes after the disbursement of financial aid, the
requirements. However, registration and deferred fees are not                  aid is subject to revision. Minimizing schedule adjustments after the
refundable unless the District cancels one or all of a student's               beginning of each term will insure timely delivery and accuracy of the
classes.                                                                       financial aid award.
Tuition Refund Dates                                                           Adjustments made after the receipt of excess aid funds due to non-
Refund dates vary based upon course start and end dates, refer to              attendance or withdrawal will result in a reduction in aid eligibility and
chart below.                                                                   cause a balance due on the student’s account.

                            Fall 2011                                          Financial Aid is not automatically renewable. Students must apply
                                                                               every year to be considered for any type of assistance. Procedures for
                   Important Refund Dates                                      applying for financial aid are available online at www.wcccd.edu.
Part of Term    # of      Start        End        100%        50%
 (Subterm)     Weeks      Date         Date     Last Date Last Date            The Types of Financial Assistance Include, but are
                                                                               not limited to:
     1           15      8/23/2011   12/12/2011 8/30/2011 9/6/2011               A. Federal Pell Grant
     2           7.5     8/23/2011   10/13/2011 8/30/2011 9/6/2011               B. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant
     3           7.5    10/14/2011   12/12/2011 10/11/2011 10/18/2011
                                                                                 C. Federal Stafford Loans
     4           13       9/6/2011   12/12/2011 9/13/2011 9/20/2011
     5           12      9/12/2011   12/12/2011 9/19/2011 9/26/2011              D. Federal College Work-Study
                                                                                 E. Teacher Education Assistance for College and Higher Education
                                                                                     Grant (TEACH)
                                                                               The terms and conditions for each type of financial assistance are
                       Financial Aid                                           available under Financial Aid on the District’s website www.wcccd.edu
                                                                               A student may decline all or any portion of a financial aid award in
Applying for Financial Aid:                                                    writing.
                                                                               You must apply for financial aid electronically!
Visit our outstanding Financial Aid Website at www.wcccd.edu to
find out how to apply for financial aid and get up-to-date information         Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.gov
every financial aid student should know. Monitor your personal finan-          allows students to apply for financial aid through the Internet.
cial aid information by logging into Web-Gate, click on the icon               Applications are submitted directly to the Department of Education
located on the left side of the financial aid home page.                       thereby reducing mailing delays. Results are received faster by the
                                                                               District Office, which speeds up the processing of your application.
Students must apply for financial aid online at www.fafsa.gov.                 Extensive online instructions are available to help you complete the
Students are encouraged to apply for financial aid as early as                 application process.
January 2nd each year. Priority deadlines for submitting
financial aid applications are:                                                You must have ALL of the following items in order to complete the
  Fall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .March 1                                  application:
                                                                                • Your (and your spouse's, if married) Federal Income Tax Return
  Spring . . . . . . . . . . . . . .October 1                                     for the previous year
  Summer . . . . . . . . . . . .February 1                                      • Your parents' (if you are a dependent under age 24) Federal
If you do not apply by the above dates, we still encourage you to do              Income Tax Return for previous year
so since you may be eligible for financial assistance. Student financial        • W-2 Forms or other records of income
aid funds are made available only for purposes directly related to              • Records of other untaxed income received, social security,
                                                                                 veterans benefits, military or clergy allowances

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• Current bank statements                                                 students as well as minority students to secure an education at a
• Current mortgage information                                            community college and transfer to a four-year institution to earn a
• Records of stocks, bonds, and other investments                         baccalaureate degree. Benefits of being a part of the MICUP
• Business and/or farm records, if you or your parents own a              program include: 1) all expenses paid trip to Michigan
  business or farm
• Your social security card and driver's license                          Technological University for a fall campus tour and, 2) summer
• Your alien registration card (if you are not a United States            internship program with stipend pay, free 3-credit class and
  citizen)                                                                research project opportunity at MTU for those applicants who are
                                                                          selected. For more information about the MICUP program, please
Once you have filed the application, via the Internet, you will e-sign    call 313-496-2624.
your application. The Personal Identification Number (PIN) serves
as the electronic signature.                                              WayneDirect
                                                                          WayneDirect is an early admission program for students at WCCCD
Within a few days, you should receive a Student Aid Report (SAR)          who are interested in transferring to Wayne State University to earn
via email with the processing results for the upcoming academic           a bachelor’s degree. Students are encouraged to apply for the
year. There is no charge for this application process. If you need        WayneDirect program early during their first two semesters at
additional help or wish to inquire regarding the results of your          WCCCD to reap all the benefits of the program. Wayne Direct
FAFSA on the web application for the upcoming academic year, you          students who have a 2.0 GPA and 50 credits or an associate degree
can contact FAFSA on the web or call the Customer Service Number          are guaranteed admission to WSU and an opportunity to apply for
1-800-433-3243.                                                           WSU scholarships upon transfer. Other benefits include:
                                                                          1. access to WSU academic resources such as advising, transfer
                                                                              credit evaluation, writing center workshops, Academic Success
Satisfactory Academic Progress:                                               Center – tutoring
Federal regulations require that all students receiving Financial Aid     2. career services such as counseling, resume workshops and
make continued progress toward an educational goal.                           mock interviews
                                                                          3. access to the WSU’s library, One Card, fitness facility, and
For further information regarding Satisfactory Academic Progress,            events/activities
please visit our website at www.wcccd.edu                                 For more information, go to http://www.admissions.wayne.edu/transfer/
                                                                          click on WayneDirect. Download a WayneDirect application at
                                                                          http://admissions.wayne.edu/pdf/waynedirectwc3.pdf or call
              OTHER SUPPORT                                                (313) 496-2624.

              OPPORTUNITIES

Perkins Supplemental Award Program
Students enrolled in selected career and vocational programs at
Wayne County Community College District may be eligible for
support services through the Perkins Supplemental Award Program.
Services include tutoring, advising, workshops, career/job
preparation, financial assistance, etc. For application and eligibility
requirements, call the District at (313) 496-2624.

TRIO Transfer Program
Funded by the United States Department of Education, the Transfer
Program assists TRIO eligible students in transferring to a four year
college or university. Program participants are offered a variety of
services designed to assist them financially and academically.
Students will increase their knowledge of the transfer requirements
at various colleges and universities. To get more information about
the Transfer Program call (313) 496-2624.

MICUP Program
Michigan College and University Partnership (MICUP) is a grant
program coordinated by Michigan Technological University (MTU)
that encourages academically and economically disadvantaged

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                                                  STUDENT SERVICES


Transcript Transfer Evaluations                                         Michigan Community College
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credit. Transcript Evaluation Forms must be completed and all           The Michigan Community College Association, with
official transcripts must be mailed to:                                 support from the Michigan Virtual University, has created
Wayne County Community College District                                 a Michigan Community College Virtual Learning
District Records, 2nd Floor
801 W. Fort St.                                                         Collaborative (MCCVLC) among Michigan's community
Detroit, MI 48226
                                                                        colleges. Wayne County Community College District is a
After completion of the transcript evaluation the student will
receive official notice of accepted transfer credit.                    member of the MCCVLC. The MCCVLC is designed to
                                                                        allow current Michigan community college students to
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                                                        BOOKSTORE
You will find the textbooks, reference manuals and supplies you need at the bookstores operated on all campuses by the Nebraska Book Company. Prior to pur-
chasing books, you should attend the first class and then bring a copy of your registration form and the class syllabus to make sure that you purchase the appro-
priate materials for class. At the end of the semester, you may sell your used books back to the bookstore during posted days and hours. Books that are clean and
unmarked have higher resale value. Refunds are available only during the first ten days of the semester. Returned books must be clean, unmarked and
accompanied by the proper receipt. You may visit the online bookstore to purchase text books at: www.wcccdbookstore.com.

  Regular Summer Hours: Monday, May 24th – Saturday, July 2nd
  Mon - Thur                     8:30am – 5:30pm
  Fri                            Closed
  Sat                            Closed
  Sun                            Closed
  Late Summer Hours:Tuesday, July 5th – Saturday, July 23rd
  Mon - Thur          8:30am – 5:30pm
  Fri                 9:00am – 2:00pm
  Sat                 Closed
  Sun                 Closed
  Book Vouchers Accepted Monday, July 25th through Saturday, September 3rd
  Summer Term ends August 8th
  Summer Book Buyback: Monday, July 25th – Saturday, August 13th
  Mon                           8:30am – 6:00pm
  Tue & Wed                     8:30am – 7:00pm
  Thursday                      8:30am – 5:00pm
  Fri                           8:30am – 4:00pm
  Sat                           9:00am – 3:00pm
  Sun                           Closed
  Tuesday, August 23rd          – Classes Begin
  Fall Bookrush Begins: Monday, August 15th – Saturday, September 3rd
  Mon – Thu            8:00am – 7:30pm
  Fri                  8:00am – 4:30pm
  Sat                  9:00am – 3:00pm
  Sun                  Closed
  Bookstore/College Closed for Labor Day, Monday, September 5th
  Regular Hours Begin:Tuesday, September 6th
  Monday               8:30am – 6:00pm
  Tue & Wed            8:30am – 7:00pm                                                                                 Campus Bookstore
  Thursday             8:30am – 5:00pm                                                                                 Phone Numbers
  Friday               8:30am – 4:00pm                                                                                 Downriver          (734)   374-3210
  Saturday             9:00am – 3:00pm
                                                                                                                       Downtown           (313)   496-2690
  Sunday               Closed
                                                                                                                       Eastern            (313)   579-6995
  Bookstore/College Closed for Conference Day,Tuesday, Oct. 25th
                                                                                                                       Northwest          (313)   943-4044
  Bookstore Closed for Thanksgiving Break:
  Wednesday, November 23th – Sunday, November 27th                                                                     Western            (734)   697-5196
  Fall Book Buyback: Monday, November 28th – Thursday, December 15th
  (Regular Store Hours)                                                                                                    Book vouchers will
  Monday               8:30am – 6:00pm                                                                                        be available
  Tue & Wed            8:30am – 7:00pm                                                                                          July 25th
  Thursday             8:30am – 5:00pm
  Friday               8:30am – 4:00pm
                                                                                                                                 through
  Saturday             9:00am – 3:00pm                                                                                     September 3, 2011
  Sunday               Closed                                                                                               at the WCCCD
  Classes End Monday, December 12                                                                                             bookstores.

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         Wayne County Community College District

                                 One DISTRICT
SIX CONVENIENT LOCATIONS AND ONLINE
 COURSES THROUGH DISTANCE LEARNING
            WCCCD supports you and your educational pursuits!
Please keep in mind that as you work toward the completion of your degree
  or certificate you may be required to take courses at different locations.



                                      21000 Northline                                                          8200 W. Outer Drive
                                      Taylor, MI 48180                                                          Detroit, MI 48219
                                       734-946-3500                                                               313-943-4000




                                     1001 W. Fort St.                                                              9555 Haggerty
                                     Detroit, MI 48226                                                           Belleville, MI 48111
                                      313-496-2758                                                                 734-699-7008



                                                                                                              Distance
                                                                                                              Education
                                      5901 Conner
                                     Detroit, MI 48213
                                      313-922-3311




                                       19305 Vernier Road
                                     Harper Woods, MI 48225
                                          313-886-2425



                    For more information call (313) 496-2600
                      or visit our website at www.wcccd.edu
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                Jobs for Today…
                Jobs
                 for the
                 Future.

               Technology reaches every facet of our lives today…work, home, school, and leisure,
               will continue to do so in ever-increasing ways. Advancements in technology are

 WCCCD         crossing over different program areas and are converging today in ways that we
               didn’t imagine, just a few short years ago. Wayne County Community College District

Announces
               offers programs that:



Exciting
                 • Focus educational training on present and future needs.
                 • Build a solid educational foundation for individuals, allowing them
                   to transition with new technologies.


Programs
                 • Support federal and state initiatives that lead to high skill, high wage,
                   and high demand jobs.


     for the
                 • Focus on healthcare, sustainability, energy efficiency, and borderless skills.

                  Don’t miss this opportunity to keep your skills current!

Fall 2011
                      Register Now for these Exciting Academic Programs!
                              For more information, please call 313-496-2600.

Semester



14                                                        General Information (313) 496-2600
Cutting Edge Offerings for the Fall 2011 & Spring 2012 Semesters!
                                             Academic Programs
Geothermal Systems Technology – Eastern                               are prepared to enter a rapidly changing and growing
This program prepares students to work as an                          workforce in green technology construction and
entry-level geothermal technician. Geothermal                         weatherization.
technicians are involved in various aspects of the                    American Sign Language – Downtown
installation and maintenance of all types and sizes of
heating, ventilation, and cooling systems.                            A short-term certificate has been designed for individuals
                                                                      in the human service fields, or for individuals that would
Water & Environmental Technology –                                    benefit from learning the basics of sign language.
Downtown                                                              Students will learn how to communicate with clients that
                                                                      they serve, allowing them to do their job more efficiently
This program provides professional/technical classes
                                                                      and effectively.
combined with field experience. Coursework emphasizes
fundamental aspects of drinking water distribution,                   Artistic Welding – Eastern - NEW Spring 2012
drinking water treatment, waste-water collection and                  This certificate is designed to train individuals how to use
wastewater treatment for technical jobs in the private                welding to create art. The individuals will learn design,
and public sectors.                                                   theory and use of welding equipment, safe welding
Alternative Fuels Technology – Downriver                              practices, and how to incorporate art into this
                                                                      traditionally industrial field.
This program is for students who would like to work on
gas-electric hybrids, hydrogen, compressed natural gas,               Biomedical Engineering Technology –
bio-diesel, propane, methanol, ethanol and even                       Downtown - NEW Spring 2012
garbage-powered vehicles and other power units.
Students will learn preventive maintenance,                           This program is designed to teach students how to
troubleshooting, problem-solving, and much more for                   perform functional safety inspections, preventive
jobs in our ever-changing automotive industry.                        maintenance, calibration, troubleshooting, equipment
                                                                      repair and how to train hospital personnel in the safe and
Sustainable Buildings and Sites Technology –                          proper use of the equipment. Students are prepared to
Western                                                               enter the rapidly changing and growing healthcare
                                                                      industry upon completion of this certificate program.
This program prepares students to understand the
implications of environmental design decisions that
impact land use, the environment, and society. Students




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                                                   Introducing
                                                    PRIORITY
                                            REGISTRATION
                      WCCCD now offers priority registration.
       Priority registration allows current students who have accumulated
                a specified number of credit hours to register early.

        NOTE: Priority registration applies to online registration only

                  Priority Registration Dates: July 21-24, 2011
                    Eligible Students: 42+ credit hours earned

             FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. How do I know if I am eligible for              4. If I register on my priority date, when
   priority registration?                             can I make schedule changes?
   Access your unofficial transcript via Web-         You can register as early as your assigned
   Gate. If you have accumulated 42                   date. After that date you may make schedule
   credit hours, you are eligible for priority        changes until registration for the semester
   registration.                                      ends. Refer to the registration calendar for
                                                      the last day to register for a given semester.
2. How are my total hours earned computed?
   Based on the number of WCCCD credits            5. What are my registration options?
   earned as well as any additional coursework        You can register online or visit one of our
   from other colleges you have had reviewed          campus self service centers.
   to apply to your WCCCD degree/certificate.
                                                   6. Why is there priority registration?
3. What prevents students from registering on
                                                      Priority Registration was implemented to
   the wrong day?
                                                      give priority to students who are close to
   Webgate will identify those students eligible      graduation so that they may enroll in the
   for priority registration.                         required courses needed to graduate.




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                                         19305 Vernier Road • Harper Woods, MI 48225




 Earn your bachelors or masters degree
             close to home!
WCCCD’s University Center offers Bachelor and advanced degree courses through
educational partnerships with Walsh College, University of Michigan-Flint, and Michigan
State University in addition to select WCCCD academic course offerings. Conveniently
located in Harper Woods at 19305 Vernier Road, this facility offers easy access to both
8 Mile Road and the I-94 expressway.




• Master of Management                                          • Master Gardener Certification
                                       • Bachelor of Nursing
                                       • Bachelor of Business
                                         Administration




      For more information call (313) 886-2425 or visit www.wcccd.edu

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                         Increase YOUR
                       Employment Options!
F     Choose from the following: • Complete a course • Complete a program
E              • Prepare for an industry certification examination
A
T          AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
U    INFORMATION SYSTEMS • HEALTH SCIENCES
R
E               AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
D
      Brakes Exam:                                          Engine Performance Exam:

C   AUT 120 Brakes I
                Pre-requisites: AUT 114 E/E I
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                          AUT 118 Engine Performance I
                                                                      Pre-requisite: AUT 114 E/E I
                                                                                                           3
                                                                                                           3
A                               AUT 115 E/E II
                                AUT 116 E/E III
                                                    3
                                                    3
                                                                                     AUT 115 E/E II
                                                                                     AUT 116 E/E III
                                                                                                           3
                                                                                                           3
R   AUT 203 Brakes II
                                AUT 117 E/E IV      3
                                                    3
                                                                                     AUT 117 E/E IV
                                                          AUT 119 Engine Performance II                    3
                Pre-requisite: AUT 120 Brakes I     3                 Pre-requisite: AUT 118 Engine
E   3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National
    Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
                                                                                     Performance I
                                                          AUT 200 Engine Performance III
                                                                                                           3
                                                                                                           3
E   (ASE): Brakes
                                     Total: 18 credits
                                                                      Pre-requisite: AUT 119 Engine
                                                                                     Performance II        3
R     Electrical/Electronic Systems Exam:
                                                          AUT 201 Engine Performance IV
                                                                      Pre-requisite: AUT 200 Engine
                                                                                                           3

                                                                                     Performance III       3
                                                          3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION: National
P   AUT 114 E/E Systems I
                Pre-requisite: Program Approval
    AUT 115 E/E Systems II
                                                     3

                                                     3
                                                          Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
                                                          (ASE): Engine Performance
R   AUT 116 E/E Systems III
    AUT 117 E/E Systems IV
                                                     3
                                                     3
                                                                                            Total: 24 credits

O   3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National
    Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
G   (ASE): Electrical/Electronics
                                      Total: 12 credits
R
A
M         The WCCCD Automotive Technology program is
S      National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation
                       (NATEF) accredited.
             AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
  Suspension & Steering Exam:                             Engine Repair Exam:
AUT 121 Steering & Suspension I
            Pre-requisite: AUT 114 E/E I
                           AUT 115 E/E II
                                                  3
                                                  3
                                                  3
                                                        AUT 124 Engine Repair I
                                                                    Pre-requisite: AUT 114 E/E I
                                                                                   AUT 115 E/E II
                                                                                                         4
                                                                                                         3
                                                                                                         3
                                                                                                                F
                           AUT 116 E/E III
                           AUT 117 E/E IV
                                                  3
                                                  3
                                                                                   AUT 116 E/E III
                                                                                   AUT 117 E/E IV
                                                                                                         3
                                                                                                         3
                                                                                                                E
AUT 204 Steering & Suspension II
            Pre-requisites: AUT 121Steering &
                                                  3     AUT 207 Engine Repair II
                                                                    Pre-requisite: AUT 124 Engine
                                                                                                         3      A
                            Suspension I
3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National
                                                  3                                Repair I
                                                        3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National
                                                                                                         4
                                                                                                                T
Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
(ASE): Suspension & Steering Exam
                                                        Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
                                                        (ASE): Engine Repair Exam                               U
                                    Total: 18 credits                                       Total: 19 credit
                                                                                                                R
                                                          Seating & Air Conditioning Exam:
  Automatic Transmission &
  Transaxle Exam:
                                                                                                                E
AUT 122 Automatic Transmission &
                                                        AUT 125 Heating & Air Conditioning I
                                                                    Pre-requisite: AUT 114 E/E I
                                                                                                         3
                                                                                                         3      D
            Transaxle I                           4                                AUT 115 E/E II        3
            Pre-requisite: AUT 114 E/E I          3                                AUT 116 E/E III       3
                           AUT 115 E/E II
                           AUT 116 E/E III
                           AUT 117 E/E IV
                                                  3
                                                  3
                                                  3
                                                                                   AUT 117 E/E IV
                                                        AUT 208 Heating & Air Conditioning II
                                                                    Pre-requisite: AUT 125 Heating &
                                                                                                         3
                                                                                                         3      C
                           AUT 122 Automatic
                           Transmission &
                                                                                   Air Conditioning I
                                                        3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National
                                                                                                         3      A
                           Transaxle I
                           AUT 206 Automatic
                                                  4     Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
                                                        (ASE): Heating & Air Conditioning                       R
                           Transmission &
                           Transaxle I            3
                                                                                           Total: 18 credits
                                                                                                                E
AUT 206 Automatic Transmission &
            Transaxle I                           3
                                                          Manual Drive Train & Axles Exam:
                                                                                                                E
            Pre-requisite: AUT 122 Automatic
                           Transmission &
                                                        AUT 126 Manual Drive Train & Axles I
                                                                    Pre-requisite: AUT 114 E/E I
                                                                                                          3
                                                                                                          3     R
                           Transaxle I            4                                AUT 115 E/E II         3
AUT 126 Manual Drive Train &                                                       AUT 116 E/E III        3
            Axles I
            Pre-requisite: AUT 114 E/E I
                           AUT 115 E/E II
                                                  3
                                                  3
                                                  3
                                                                                   AUT 117 E/E IV
                                                        AUT 209 Manual Drive Train & Axles II
                                                                    Pre-requisite: AUT 126 Manual
                                                                                                          3
                                                                                                          2     P
                           AUT 116 E/E III
                           AUT 117 E/E IV
                                                  3
                                                  3
                                                                                   Drive Train & Axles I 3
                                                        3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National
                                                                                                                R
                           AUT 122 Automatic
                           Transmission &
                                                        Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
                                                        (ASE): Manual Drive Train & Axles Exam                  O
                           Transaxle I
AUT 209 Manual Drive Train & Axles II
                                                  4
                                                  2
                                                                                            Total: 17 credits
                                                                                                                G
            Pre-requisite: AUT 126 Manual Drive
                           Train & Axles I        3                                                             R
3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National
Institute for Automotive Service Excellence
(ASE): Transmission & Transaxle Exam
                                                                                                                A
                                    Total: 24 credits                                                           M
                                                                                                                S
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               INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
      Computer Office Information                          Microsoft Certified Technology
      Systems Courses                                      Specialist (MCTS) Exam
                                                           Preparation
F   CISCO CCNA Exam
    CIS 237 CISCO CCNA                             7     Certified Technology Specialist
E            Pre-requisite: CIS 110 Introduction
                            to Computer
                                                         *Requires successful completion of all (4)
                                                         exams below
A                           Information Systems 4
                            CIS 240 Networking
                                                         CT 211 Computer Networking I
                                                                    Pre-requisite: CT 209
                                                                                                        4
                            Essentials             3
T   3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION CISCO CCNA
    Exam
                                                                    Computer Repair
                                                         3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION Microsoft
                                                                                                        4

U                                    Total: 14 credits
                                                         Windows 7 Configuration: MCTS Exam #:
                                                         70-680
                                                         CT 213 Computer Networking II                  4
R     Computer Technology Courses                                   Pre-requisite: CT 211
                                                         Computer Networking I                          4
E   CompTIA A+ Exam1 Preparation
                                                         3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION Windows Server
                                                         2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration,
D   CT 209 Computer Repair
    3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION CompTIA A+
                                             4           MCTS Exam #: 70-642
                                                         CT 215 Computer Networking III                 4
    Essential Exam #220-701                                         Pre-requisite: CT 213 Computer
                                Total: 4 credits                    Networking II                       4
C   CompTIA A+ Exam2 Preparation
                                                         3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION Windows Server
                                                         2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration,
                                                         MCTS Exam #: 70-643
A   CT 210 CompTIA A+
               Pre-requisite: CT 209 Computer
                                                   6
                                                         CT 217 Computer Networking IV
                                                                    Pre-requisite: CT 213 Computer
                                                                                                        4

R                             Repair
    3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION CompTIA A+
                                                   4
                                                                    Networking III
                                                         3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION Windows Server
                                                                                                        4

E   Practical Exam #220-702
                                     Total: 10 credits   2008 Network Infrastructure Configuration,
                                                         MCTS Exam #: 70-640
E                                                                                         Total: 20 credits

R                                                          Office Information Systems Courses


P                                                        Microsoft Office Specialist Exam
                                                         OIS 251 Microsoft Word Specialist
                                                                     Pre-requisite: BUS 225 Computer
                                                                                                         3

R                                                                    Application in Business
                                                         OIS 252 Microsoft Excel Specialist
                                                                                                         3
                                                                                                         3
O                                                                    Recommended: OIS 102
                                                                     Intermediate Keyboarding            3
G                                                        OIS 253 Microsoft PowerPoint Specialist
                                                         OIS 254 Microsoft Access Specialist
                                                                                                         3
                                                                                                         3
R                                                        3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION Microsoft Office
                                                         Specialist (MOS)
                                                                                           Total: 18 credits
A
M
S
                        HEALTH SCIENCES
  Certified Nurse Aide (CNA)                            Service Management:

Michigan Certified Nurse Aide Examination             Certification: Food Preparation
NHS 100 Nursing Assistant
3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION Michigan
Certified Nurse Aide Examination: CNA
                                            10        FSM 140 Principles of Food Preparation
                                                                 Pre-requisite: Program Admission
                                                      3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National
                                                                                                      2
                                                                                                      0     F
Certification
                               Total: 10 credits
                                                      Restaurants Association (NRA) Educational
                                                      Foundation and State of Michigan Certification
                                                                                                            E
  Dental
                                                      Exams
                                                                                         Total: 2 credits
                                                                                                            A
                                                                                                            T
                                                      Certification: Food and Beverage Control
Certification: X-ray
DEN 200 Dental Radiology Theory           2           FSM 220 Food and Beverage Cost Control 3
                                                                 Pre-requisite: Program Admission
                                                                                                            U
DEN 201 Dental Radiology Lab              1
                             Total: 3 credits         3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National
                                                      Restaurants Association (NRA) Educational
                                                                                                            R
Certification: Local Anesthesia
                                                      Foundation and State of Michigan Certification
                                                      Exams
                                                                                                            E
DHY 214 Local Anesthesia and Pain Control 3
           Pre-requisite: Program Approval
                                                      MAT 112 Elementary Algebra Or Equivalent 3
                                                                                         Total: 6 credits   D
3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION Northeast
Regional Board: Online Exam
           Pre-requisite: DHY 129 Clinical
           DHY I - Lec
           DHY 130 Clinical DHY I - Lab 3
                                                2
                                                      Certification: Purchasing
                                                      FSM 230 Purchasing for Foodservice
                                                                 Systems                              3
                                                                                                            C
           DHY 131 Clinical DHY II - Lec 2
           DHY 132 Clinical DHY II - Lab 3
                                                                 Pre-requisite: Program Admission
                                                      FSM 145 Quantity Food Production
                                                                                                      0
                                                                                                      3
                                                                                                            A
           DHY 211 Pharmacology                 3
                                  Total: 16 credits
                                                      3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National
                                                      Restaurants Association (NRA) Educational             R
  Food Service Management:
                                                      Foundation and State of Michigan Certification
                                                      Exams                                                 E
                                                                                         Total: 6 credits

Certification: Level I Foodservice Manager
                                                                                                            E
                                                        Surgical Technology
FSM 105 Principles of Foodservice Systems 3
FSM 115 Food Safety and Sanitation              2
                                                                                                            R
           Pre-requisite: Program Admission 0         Certification: Central Service Technician
3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National                   SUR 100 Orientation to Surgical
Restaurants Association (NRA) Educational
Foundation and State of Michigan Certification
                                                                 Technology – Lecture
                                                      SUR 101 Central Service Technician - Lecture 3
                                                                 Pre-requisite: Admission to
                                                                                                      3
                                                                                                            P
Exams
                                   Total: 5 credits              SUR-CST Program                            R
                                                      SUR 102 Central Service Technician - Lab
Certification: Food Safety and Sanitation
                                                                 & Clinical
                                                      3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National Institute
                                                                                                      4     O
FSM 115 Food Safety and Sanitation
           Pre-requisite: Program Admission
                                                2
                                                0
                                                      for the Certification of Healthcare Sterile
                                                      Processing and Distribution (NICHSPDP)
                                                                                                            G
3RD PARTY EXAM PREPARATION National
Restaurants Association (NRA) Educational
                                                                                        Total: 10 credits   R
Foundation and State of Michigan Certification
Exams                                                                                                       A
                                   Total: 2 credits
                     Food Service Food                                                                      M
                                                                                                            S
 Campus Signature
    Programs
 Downtown Campus                 Northwest Campus
• Business                       • Health Information Technology
• Computer Information Systems   • Nursing
• Computer Support Specialist    • Food Service Management
• International Business         • Dental Hygiene
• Network Administrator          • Dental Assisting
                                 • Surgical Technology
Downriver Campus
                                 • Phlebotomy
• Automotive Technology
                                 • Pharmacy Technology
• Alternative Fuels Technology
                                 • Emergency Medical Technology
• Fire Protection
• Homeland Security              Western Campus
                                 • Sustainable Buildings and Sites
Eastern Campus
                                 • Computer Information System
• Entrepreneurship
                                 • Hemodialysis
• Welding
                                 • Video Game Design & Animation
• Advanced Manufacturing
                                 • Website Designer
• Heating, Ventilation, and
  Air Conditioning


For more information, please call 313-496-2600
     Wayne
     County
     Community   WCCCD Announces New This Fall 2011
     College
     District




LEARNING ABOUT YOUR ANCESTORS:
            Your Greatest Ancestral Hunt!
                   Anthropology 151
        Introduction to Genealogical Research
                               (2 Credit Hours)

• Foundations of Genealogical Research        • Techniques and Technology

• Evidence, Evaluation and Documentation      • Comprehensive Family Profile


PARTICIPANTS OF THIS CLASS WILL LEARN:
     • How to use the library and other
       resources in your research
     • What technology and materials are
       available to assist your search
     • Techniques to use in searching
       historical records
     • How to use clues from your
       present to link to your past


Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about your ancestral lineage!
            Register now for this exciting NEW course!

        FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL 313-496-2600
                                                              DEGREE KEY                                                                                    LOCATIONS
                                                AA       =     Associate of Arts




                                                                                                                                                                           NORTHWEST
                                                                                                                                          DOWNRIVER

                                                                                                                                                      DOWNTOWN
                                                AGS      =     Associate of General Studies




                                                                                                                                                                                       WESTERN
                                                                                                                                                                 EASTERN
                                                                                                                              DEGREE
                                                AAS      =     Associate of Applied Science




                                                                                                                                                                                                 OTHER
                                                AS       =     Associate of Science

                                            PROGRAMS
                                            Accounting                                                                        AAS         •            •                                •
                                            Automotive Service Technology NATEF Certified                                     AAS         •
                                            Aviation Mechanics Airframe                                                       AAS         •
                                            Aviation Mechanics Powerplant                                                     AAS         •
                                            Business Administration                                                           AAS         •            •          •                     •          •
Career Oriented Associate Degree Programs




                                            Computer Information Systems                                                      AAS                      •                                •
                                            Criminal Justice: Corrections                                                     AAS                      •                    •
                                            Criminal Justice: Law Enforcement                                                 AAS                      •                    •
                                            Dental Hygiene                                                                     AS                                           •
                                            Dietetic Technology                                                               AAS                                           •
                                            Digital Media Production                                                          AAS                                 •
                                            Early Childhood Education: Child Care Training: CDA                               AAS                      •                    •
                                            Electrical Electronics Engineering Technology                                     AAS                      •                                •
                                            Electrical Electronics Engineering: Computer Technology                           AAS                      •                                •
                                            Electrical Electronics Engineering: Industrial Electronics & Control Technology   AAS                      •                                •
                                            Electrical Electronics Engineering: Telecommunications Technology                 AAS                      •                                •
                                            Emergency Medical Technology                                                      AAS         •                                 •
                                            Emergency Room/Multi-Skill Healthcare Technology                                  AAS                                           •
                                            Facility Maintenance                                                              AAS                                 •
                                            Fire Protection Technology: Fire Administration                                   AAS         •
                                            Fire Protection Technology: Fire Suppression                                      AAS         •
                                            Foodservice Systems Management                                                    AAS                                           •
                                            Gerontology                                                                       AAS                                           •
                                            Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)                                  AAS                                 •                     •
                                            Industrial Computer Graphics                                                      AAS                                 •
                                            Machine Tool Technology                                                           AAS         •
                                            Manufacturing Technology                                                          AAS         •
                                            Mental Health                                                                      AS                      •                    •
                                            Numerical Control Technology                                                      AAS                                 •
                                            Nursing                                                                           AAS                                           •           •
                                            Occupational Therapy Assistant                                                    AAS                                           •
                                            Office Information Systems - E-Business                                           AAS                      •                                •
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                       Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning (HVAC)                   CERT                                       •                       •
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ΦΘΚ                                                   PHI THETA KAPPA
                                                       International Honor Society of the Two Year College


                                                    Phi Theta Kappa was founded in 1918 by college
 Scholarships                                       presidents in Missouri. Today, it is the largest
 • All USA Academic Team                            international honor society with more than two
                                                    million members. The purpose of PTK is to
 • All State Academic
                                                    recognize and encourage scholarship amongst
   Team
                                                    two-year college students.
 • Leaders of Promise
 • Jack Kent Cooke
                                                    WCCCD Membership Requirements:
   Foundation                                        • Current enrollment at WCCCD
                                                     • Complete 12 credit hours of college level coursework
 • Guistwhite Scholarship                              at WCCCD
 • Nota Bene Anthology                               • Earn a cumulative GPA of 3.5
 • Coca Cola Scholars                                • Receive a membership invitation
                                                     • Adhere to the moral standards of Phi Theta Kappa
 • Hites Foundation
 • Transfer Scholarships                            Earn it, Learn it, Live it…
 • And More…                                                     The Phi Theta Kappa Experience.
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                           DISTANCE LEARNING WORKS FOR YOU...
DISTANCE LEARNING


                              Choose the Distance Learning course that best fits your busy lifestyle!
                    • ONL (ONLINE) -                            May be taken anytime, anywhere. May require on-campus labs, class
                      sessions, or exams.

                    • ITV (INTERACTIVE TELEVISION) -                    Delivery to remote sites using the latest
                      advancements in videoconferencing equipment. Students are on campus for class sessions.

                    • LIO (LIVE-INTERACTIVE ONLINE) -                         Take a course in a computer lab or
                      classroom, from home, or while traveling. Class sessions meet on specified days and times; all you
                      need is a computer and internet connection.
                    Determine your compatibility for • Online • Interactive Television • Live-Interactive Online courses
                    by completing the Distance Learning Questionnaire below:


                                                  Wayne County Community College District
                                                      Distance Learning Questionnaire
                      Please complete the following by marking the response that best applies to you.
                      When you have finished, total your number of Yes and No responses at the bottom of this form.                                   Yes   No

                      1. Do you like working and learning on a computer?

                      2. Do you think of yourself as a self-motivated individual?

                      3. Are you able to learn best through written modes rather than through visual and oral means?

                      4. Are you self-disciplined enough to follow lessons on your own?

                      5. Do you lack the need for a lot of emotional support or guidance to learn?

                      6. Will you be comfortable if you don’t get to see your instructor in person and have to ask questions by Email or telephone?

                      7. Do you have good study skills?

                      8. Do you normally complete your work tasks in a timely manner?

                      9. Do you have good reading and writing skills?

                      10. Do you use a computer at least once a day?
                      TOTAL

                         7 - 10            yes answers indicate that you are a good candidate for Online courses.
                         5-6               yes answers indicate that time management and self discipline skills will help you succeed in Online courses.

                         4 or fewer        yes answers indicate that on-campus, ITV, or Live-Interactive Online courses may best suit you.




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              DISTANCE LEARNING WORKS FOR YOU...




                                                                                                                                            DISTANCE LEARNING
 • ONL (Online) • ITV (Interactive Television) • LIO (Live Interactive Online)


   ONLINE (SECTION B01 – B15)

Online courses are delivered via the Internet. The Internet links faculty and students through a computer, whether they are in the
same city or on opposite sides of the earth. Online courses offer you rigorous, high quality instruction and the flexibility of accessing
them anytime, anywhere. Of course, students must participate fully in online courses, and are required to complete assignments and
meet deadlines. The major advantage of an online course is its continuous format which allows students to work at the times that best
suit them. You can access your course 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

ONLINE PLATFORM
The online platform is the Blackboard distance education platform. Blackboard courses do not require any special software.
You must have a Java-enabled browser, such as Internet Explorer.

BLACKBOARD ORIENTATION (Choose from one of two options)
Students taking their first online class must successfully complete a mandatory orientation either online or face-to-face.

ONLINE ORIENTATION:
Go to www.wcccd.edu, then click Distance Learning, click Blackboard, and click Begin Orientation. On the first day of the semester,
you will be allowed to log on to Blackboard with your WCCCD ID and PIN.

NOTE: Section numbers are the last 3 characters following the CRN.




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                             DISTANCE LEARNING WORKS FOR YOU...
DISTANCE LEARNING


                        • ONL (Online) • ITV (Interactive Television) • LIO (Live Interactive Online)
                    FACE-TO-FACE BLACKBOARD ORIENTATION SESSION:
                    Due to limited seating, students must Email Distance Learning at distancelearning@wcccd.edu, to make a reservation for
                    one of the sessions listed below. The Distance Learning Department will respond with a confirmation Email. STUDENTS
                    ARE NOT ALLOWED TO ATTEND WITHOUT A CONFIRMATION EMAIL FROM DISTANCE LEARNING.

                    FACE-TO-FACE BLACKBOARD ORIENTATION SCHEDULE

                    * NORTHWEST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sat., August 13th, 11:00 am -12:15 pm
                    * DOWNTOWN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Tues., August 16th, 6:00-7:15 pm
                    * DOWNRIVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Thurs., August 18th, 6:00-7:15 pm
                    * Contact the Campus for room numbers.
                    * Be sure to complete the online orientation if you are unable to attend the face-to-face orientation.

                    BLACKBOARD COURSE SITES
                    Access to course sites will be granted on the first day of the semester.

                    TEXTBOOKS AND MATERIALS
                    Books and materials for online courses (as required) are available at all WCCCD campus bookstore locations.

                    COMPUTER SKILL REQUIREMENTS
                    While there is no need to be a computer “techie,” it is important to have a working knowledge of your computer peripherals and
                    software applications.

                    MINIMUM EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS
                    Platform: PC (Windows 2000, XP, Vista), Mac (10.2, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5)
                    Hardware: 2 GB of RAM, 2 G of free disk space, Sound Card with Speaker
                    Modem: 56 K, Ethernet or wireless network card
                    Software: Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat Reader. MAC users will need to have Microsoft Office 2007which is equivalent to the PC veriosn.
                    Browser: Internet Explorer 8.0, Mozzila Firefox 2.0, Safari 2.0
                    NOTE: JavaScript & Cookies must be enabled.

                    REGISTRATION INFORMATION
                    Online classes follow the same registration, withdrawal, and refund guidelines as face-to-face classes.

                    WHERE TO GO FOR HELP
                    Contact technical support 24/7 at 1-866-846-8494 or live chat technical support at www.wcccd.edu, click on Distance Learning, then
                    click on Blackboard Technical Support (Live Chat 24/7). Email at distancelearning@wcccd.edu

                    FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT BEING AN ONLINE STUDENT
                    A schedule of online classes, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ’s), a Distance Learning Questionnaire and other information about online classes
                    are available on our website at http://www.wcccd.edu (click on Distance Learning logo). Instructions for accessing online classes through
                    Blackboard can be found in this schedule.

                    FOLLOW THESE COURSE GUIDELINES
                    • Complete the Distance Learning Questionnaire at http://www.wcccd.edu under “Quick Links.”
                      This questionnaire will help you determine if online courses fit your learning style.
                    • Review your personal schedule to set aside appropriate time for your online course work.
                    • Remember you will be expected to connect to and participate in the online class throughout the week.

                    MICHIGAN COMMUNITY COLLEGE VIRTUAL LEARNING COLLABORATIVE (MCCVLC)
                    The MCCVLC is a project of the Michigan Community College Association that distributes online class offerings from member institutions to
                    students in a virtual learning environment with support services provided by the host school. Any student currently enrolled in a Michigan
                    community college may register for one or more of the courses. To register for classes, students can log onto the MCCVLC website,
                    www.mccvlc.org. Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) students cannot register for WCCCD classes through the MCCVLC.

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                                                                                                                                              DISTANCE LEARNING
   • ONL (Online) • ITV (Interactive Television) • LIO (Live Interactive Online)


   ITV – INTERACTIVE TELEVISION (SECTION I01 – I04)
Interactive Television makes it possible for students to participate in courses they may not have been able to take because of travel
restrictions or low enrollments. The WCCCD Interactive Television system currently allows students to take live classes by
videoconferencing at all campus locations. Generally, instructors rotate between ITV locations, providing students with the
opportunity of live contact.

WHERE TO GO FOR HELP
Contact Distance Learning by Email at distancelearning@wcccd.edu.


   LIVE-INTERACTIVE ONLINE (SECTION L01)
Live-Interactive Online courses are delivered via the computer at specified days and times. Text, graphics, and audio are sent to students’
computers simultaneously for online collaboration and learning with an instructor. Course sessions may be archived for review or makeup
of missed class sessions.

COMPUTER SKILL REQUIREMENTS
While there is no need to be a computer “techie,” it is important to have a working knowledge of your computer peripherals and
software applications.

MINIMUM EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS
Students should have access to a computer at home, in a campus computer lab, or their community. The computer should have the fol-
lowing: Headset with microphone in classroom, computer labs, or community; a microphone and speakers or earphone at home.

Platform: PC (Windows 2000, XP, Vista), Mac (10.2, 10.3, 10.4, 10.5)
Hardware: 2 GB of RAM, 2 G of free disk space, Sound Card with Speaker
Modem: 56 K, Ethernet or wireless network card
Software: Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat Reader. MAC users will need to have Microsoft Office 2007which is equivalent to the PC veriosn.
Browser: Internet Explorer 8.0, Mozzila Firefox 2.0, Safari 2.0
NOTE: JavaScript & Cookies must be enabled.

WHERE TO GO FOR HELP
Contact Distance Learning by Email at distancelearning@wcccd.edu.

NOTE: Section numbers are the last 3 characters following the CRN.




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                         Instructions for Accessing Distance Learning
DISTANCE LEARNING


                                 Courses Through Blackboard

                    Access to course sites will be granted on the first day of the semester

                    First time Blackboard User:
                       1. Visit the WCCCD web site at www.wcccd.edu
                       2. Click "Distance Learning"
                       3. Click "New Distance Learning students enter here" (once reading the letter)

                                                                                                       Have an Account? Login Here.
                                   Use your WCCCD ID number and PIN to login.
                                                                                                      Enter login information here and click the

                      Bb           Your PIN should be your Webgate PIN or birthdate (e.g.,
                                   January 2, 1944 would be 010244 for the PIN number). If
                                   you have problems logging into this system please contact
                                                                                                      Login button below.

                                                                                                      Enter 9 digitWCCCD ID Number ie.A00131218

                                   technical support 24/7 at 1-866-846-8494 and provide your
                    Blackboard     WCCCD ID, full name, and birthdate.You will receive                Enter your 6 digit PIN Number ie. 012338
                                   further assistance via Email.

                                   Please Note: your account will NOT work unless you                 Forgot password?                    Login
                                   have waited 24 hours after you register for an online class.

                       4. From your “My Institution” page, click on the course link to enter the course site.
                       5. Be sure to click on "Logout" each time you leave the course.

                    Returning Blackboard User:
                    There are two ways to access Blackboard
                       1. Visit the WCCCD web site at www.wcccd.edu
                       2. Click "Distance Learning"
                       3. Click "Blackboard"
                       4. Click “Log In”
                       5. Log into Blackboard using your WCCCD ID and PIN
                       6. Be sure to click on "Logout" each time you leave the course
                    -OR-
                       1. Go to blackboard.wcccd.edu
                       2. Click “User Log In”
                       3. Enter your WCCCD ID and PIN
                       4. Be sure to click on "Logout" each time you leave the course


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                        Distance Learning Checklist




                                                                                                                            DISTANCE LEARNING
   After Registering for a Distance Learning Course, Complete
                  This Checklist to Get Started

Online (SECTION B01 – B15)
Did I:
    • Check that my CRN ends in B01 – B15
    • Complete an online or in-person orientation if I am new to online courses at WCCCD
    • Complete the steps in “Instructions for Accessing Distance Learning Courses Through Blackboard”
    • Become familiar with my course site on Blackboard (available on the first day of the semester)

Interactive Television (SECTION I01 – I04)
Did I:
    • Check that my CRN ends in I01 – I04
    • Attend class as listed in the Schedule of Classes

Live-Interactive Online (SECTION L01)
Did I:
    • Check that my CRN ends in L01
    • Purchase a headset with a microphone
    • Log into the class as indicated in the course schedule




NOTE: Section numbers are the last 3 characters following the CRN.




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                    WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                Fall 2011 SCHEDULE
DISTANCE LEARNING

                     CRN       Campus                       Credits             Time            Days         Type      Instructor




                                 Fall 2011
                    Accounting      www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    ACC 105 INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING
                    92103      -B01VR                         3                   -                          ONL       Staff
                    92104      -B02VR                         3                   -                          ONL       Henderson, Carla

                    ACC 110 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
                    92105      -B01VR                         4                    -                         ONL      Brown, York
                                   ACC 110 (B 01) MANDATORY SESSIONS - ORIENTATION: DOWNTOWN 8/27 (10:00 - 11:30 AM).
                                   MID-TERM AND FINAL EXAMS HELD SATURDAYS (10 AM - 1 PM) 10/15 & 12/3.
                    92106      -B02VR                         4                    -                         ONL      Brown, York
                                   ACC 110 (B 02) MANDATORY SESSIONS - ORIENTATION: DOWNTOWN 8/27 (10:00 - 11:30 AM).
                                   MID-TERM AND FINAL EXAMS HELD SATURDAYS (10AM - 1 PM) 10/15 & 12/3.
                    92107      -B03VR                         4                    -                         ONL      Brown, York
                    92464      -L01VR                         4            5:00PM - 6:55PM         MW        LIO      Sanborn, Judy
                                   LIO COURSE CAN BE TAKEN FROM ANY LOCATION WITH A COMPUTER AND INTERNET CONNECTIONS.

                    ACC 111 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II
                    92108      -B01VR                         4                  -                         ONL     Henderson, Carla
                    92109      -B02VR                         4                  -                         ONL     Henderson, Carla
                    92465      -L01VR                         4           7:00PM - 8:55PM        MW        LIO     Sanborn, Judy
                                   LIO COURSE CAN BE TAKEN FROM ANY LOCATION WITH A COMPUTER AND INTERNET CONNECTIONS.

                    ACC 210 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I
                    92110      -B01VR                         3                    -                         ONL       Brown, York
                                   ACC 210 (B 01) MANDATORY SESSIONS - ORIENTATION: DOWNTOWN 8/27 (12:30 - 1:30 PM).
                                   MID-TERM AND FINAL EXAMS HELD SATURDAYS (1 - 3 PM) 10/15 & 12/3.

                    Allied Health       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    ALH 105 MEDICAL MATH
                                   CO-REQUISITES: MAT 100
                    92456      -B01VR                         3                   -                          ONL       Beyers, Mary

                    ALH 110 TERMINOLOGY FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS
                    83773      -B01VR                         3                   -                          ONL       Kennedy, Shiree
                    83774      -B02VR                         3                   -                          ONL       Kennedy, Shiree
                    84816      -B03VR                         3                   -                          ONL       Gray, Tabitha

                    ALH 230 MEDICAL ETHICS
                    83777      -B01VR                         3                   -                          ONL       Gray, Tabitha
                    83778      -B02VR                         3                   -                          ONL       Gray, Tabitha
                    84889      -B03VR                         3                   -                          ONL       Gray, Tabitha

                    Anthropology        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    ANT 152 INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY
                    83781      -B01VR                         3                   -                          ONL       Sullivan, Timothy
                    83782      -B02VR                         3                   -                          ONL       Sullivan, Timothy

                    ANT 154 INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
                    92457      -B01VR                         3                   -                          ONL       Sullivan, Timothy

                    Biology   www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    BIO 151 HUMAN ECOLOGY
                    83786      -B01VR                         4                   -                          ONL       Skidmore, Lynnda
                    83787      -B02VR                         4                   -                          ONL       Skidmore, Lynnda




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WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                    Fall 2011 SCHEDULE




                                                                                                                                   DISTANCE LEARNING
 CRN          Campus                        Credits            Time             Days         Type      Instructor


BIO 155 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY
                  LAB FEE: $75.00
86041         -B03VR                           4                      -                   ONL        Jordan, Brian
                  BIO 155 (B 03) THIS ONLINE COURSE REQUIRES ON-CAMPUS LAB MEETING SCHEDULED AS LISTED BELOW: WESTERN
                  CAMPUS (FRIDAYS 8AM - 2PM) 9/2, 9/23, 10/14, 10/28, 11/18.
86043         -B04VR                           4                      -                   ONL        Jordan, Brian
                  BIO 155 (B 04) THIS ONLINE COURSE REQUIRES ON-CAMPUS LAB MEETING SCHEDULED AS LISTED BELOW: WESTERN
                  CAMPUS (FRIDAYS 8AM - 2PM) 9/9, 9/30 , 10/21, 11/4, 12/2.

BIO 252 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
                  PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 250
83794         -B01VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Meyers, Desiree
83795         -B02VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Meyers, Desiree
83796         -B03VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Meyers, Desiree
84888         -B04VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Meyers, Desiree

Business       www.wcccdbookstore.com

BUS 150 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
83804         -B01VR                          3                   -                       ONL      Brown, Verna
92473         -I101EA                         3           6:00PM - 8:55PM        W        ITV      Staff
                  THIS INTERACTIVE TELEVISION COURSE MEETS AT THE EASTERN CAMPUS ON WEDNESDAYS FROM 6:00PM TO 8:55PM
92474         -I102DT                         3           6:00PM - 8:55PM        W        ITV      Staff
                  THIS INTERACTIVE TELEVISION COURSE MEETS AT THE EASTERN CAMPUS ON WEDNESDAYS FROM 6:00PM TO 8:55PM

BUS 175 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
83806         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Fairbanks, Douglas
86052         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Fairbanks, Douglas

BUS 221 BUSINESS STATISTICS
                  PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 113
92079         -B01VR                          3                   -                       ONL      Crim, Haven
92080         -B02VR                          3                   -                       ONL      Crim, Haven
92448         -I02DT                          3          9:00AM - 12:00PM       F         ITV      Breger, William
                  THIS INTERACTIVE TELEVISION COURSE MEETS AT THE DOWNTOWN CAMPUS ON FRIDAYS FROM 9:00AM TO 12 NOON
2447          -I01NW                          3          9:00AM - 12:00PM       F         ITV      Breger, William
                  THIS INTERACTIVE TELEVISION COURSE MEETS AT THE NORTHWEST CAMPUS ON FRIDAYS FROM 9:00AM TO 12 NOON IN
                  ROOM GAB 111.

BUS 225 COMPUTER APPLICATION IN BUSINESS
                  LAB FEE: $15.00
83814         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Fairbanks, Douglas
83815         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Fairbanks, Douglas
83816         -B03VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Brown, Verna
83817         -B04VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Moses, Belinda
86054         -B05VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Moses, Belinda
92081         -B06VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Wilson-Smith, Leslie
92082         -B07VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Wilson-Smith, Leslie

BUS 228 INTERNET WEB PAGE DESIGN FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
                  LAB FEE: $15.00
83819         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Brown, Verna
83820         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Moses, Belinda
92083         -B03VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Javarinis, Tom
92084         -B04VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Moses, Belinda

BUS 240 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
83822         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Fairbanks, Douglas

Business Law           www.wcccdbookstore.com

BL 201 BUSINESS LAW I
92085         -B01VR                             4              -                        ONL       Ciampa, Gary
                  THIS ONLINE COURSE REQUIRES MEETINGS AT THE DOWNRIVER CAMPUS: TUESDAYS 6:30PM UNTIL
                  9:00PM. 9/13, 10/11, 11/1, 12/6
92086         -B02VR                             4              -                        ONL       Ciampa, Gary
                  THIS ONLINE COURSE REQUIRES MEETINGS AT THE DOWNTOWN CAMPUS: THURSDAYS 6:30PM UNTIL
                  9:00PM. 9/15, 10/13, 11/3, 12/8


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                    WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                Fall 2011 SCHEDULE
DISTANCE LEARNING

                     CRN        Campus                        Credits          Time             Days        Type      Instructor


                    92087       -B03VR                            4               -                       ONL       Ciampa, Gary
                                    THIS ONLINE COURSE REQUIRES MEETINGS AT THE NORTHWEST CAMPUS: SATURDAYS 9:00AM UNTIL
                                    11:30AM. 9/17, 10/15, 11/5, 12/10

                    Child Care Training         www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    CCT 101 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE
                    86059       -B01VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Petway, Gail
                    88276       -B02VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Petway, Gail

                    Chinese     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    CHN 101 CHINESE
                    92460       -I01VR                         4           6:00PM - 8:00PM        TR        ITV       Luo, Ronghua
                                    THIS INTERACTIVE COURSE MEETS AT THE DOWNRIVER CAMPUS
                    92461       -I01VR                         4           6:00PM - 8:00PM        TR        ITV       Luo, Ronghua
                                    THIS INTERACTIVE COURSE MEETS AT THE WESTERN CAMPUS

                    Computer Information Systems                   www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    CIS 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                    LAB FEE: $20.00
                    83827       -B01VR                         4                  -                         ONL     Adams, Jon
                    83828       -B02VR                         4                  -                         ONL     Adams, Jon
                    84813       -B03VR                         4                  -                         ONL     Adams, Jon
                    92088       -B04VR                         4                  -                         ONL     Abani, Kaveh
                    92462       -L01VR                         4           8:00AM - 1:00PM        F         LIO     De Petro, Alexander
                                    LIO COURSE CAN BE TAKEN FROM ANY LOCATION WITH A COMPUTER AND INTERNET CONNECTIONS.

                    CIS 203 VISUAL BASIC
                                    LAB FEE: $15.00
                    83831       -B01VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Abani, Kaveh

                    CIS 209 C PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
                                    LAB FEE: $20.00
                    92463       -B01                           4                                            ONL       Harris, Pamela

                    CIS 241 INTERNET FOUNDATIONS
                    83834       -B01VR                         4                  -                         ONL       Abani, Kaveh

                    Corrections      www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    COR 100 INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS I
                    83836       -B01VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Jackson, James
                    86479       -B02VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Jackson, James

                    COR 101 INTRODUCTION TO JUVENILE JUSTICE
                    83838       -B01VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Jackson, James
                    86480       -B02VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Jackson, James

                    Criminal Justice       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    CJS 100 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                    82323       -B02VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Jackson, James
                    83840       -B01VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Jackson, James
                    86481       -B03VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Jackson, James

                    Dietetic Technology          www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    DT 130 FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION
                                    PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                    83843       -B02VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Singleton, Willie
                    84814       -B03VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Singleton, Willie
                    84815       -B04VR                         3                  -                         ONL       Zabitz, Barbara




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                                                                                                                                 DISTANCE LEARNING
 CRN          Campus                        Credits            Time             Days         Type      Instructor


Economics         www.wcccdbookstore.com

ECO 101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
82339         -B04VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Badry, Peter
83844         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Badry, Peter
83845         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Badry, Peter
92093         -B03VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Badry, Peter
92094         -B05VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Colston, Ervin

ECO 102 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II
                  PRE-REQUISITES: ECO 101
83848         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Colston, Ervin
83849         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Colston, Ervin
86482         -B03VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Colston, Ervin

English      www.wcccdbookstore.com

ENG 114 CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING I
84769         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Staff

ENG 119 ENGLISH I
82316         -B05VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Bell, Shamane
83857         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Mahony, Mary
83858         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Bell, Shamane
83859         -B03VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Howard, Thomas
83860         -B04VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Howard, Thomas
84817         -B06VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Howard, Thomas
86070         -B07VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Bell, Shamane

ENG 120 ENGLISH II
                  PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 119 OR ENG 110
82317         -B06VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Floyd, Stacha
83862         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Bell, Shamane
83863         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Staff
83864         -B03VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Staff
83865         -B04VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Staff
83866         -B05VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Floyd, Stacha
92099         -B07VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Floyd, Stacha
92100         -B08VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Floyd, Stacha
92101         -B09VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Daniels, Anthony

ENG 212 WOMEN IN LITERATURE
83871         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Cintron, Esperanza
88503         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Cintron, Esperanza

ENG 228 INTRODUCTION TO FOLKLORE AND MYTHOLOGY
86075         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Cintron, Esperanza

ENG 234 ENGLISH BIBLE AS LITERATURE
83872         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Mahony, Mary
86483         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Mahony, Mary

ENG 250 AMERICAN LITERATURE, 1800 TO PRESENT
86484         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Mahony, Mary

ENG 285 CHILDREN’S LITERATURE
                  PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 120
83876         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Mahony, Mary
83877         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Mahony, Mary

ENG 290 SPANISH-AMERICAN LITERATURE
86074         -B10VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Cintron, Esperanza

Food Service System Management                        www.wcccdbookstore.com

FSM 115 FOOD SAFETY AND SANITATION
92035         -B01VR                          2                   -                          ONL       Hubbard, Marion



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                    WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                            Fall 2011 SCHEDULE
DISTANCE LEARNING

                     CRN        Campus                Credits            Time   Days     Type   Instructor


                    French    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    FRE 101 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
                    92453       -B01VR                  4                 -              ONL    Staff

                    FRE 102 ELEMENTARY FRENCH II
                    92454       -B01VR                  4                 -              ONL    Staff

                    Geography      www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    GEG 202 WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY
                    82322       -B02VR                  3                 -              ONL    Cook, Joseph
                    83885       -B01VR                  3                 -              ONL    Cook, Joseph

                    History    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    HIS 151 WORLD CIVILIZATION I PRE-HISTORY-1650
                    83895       -B01VR                  3                 -              ONL    Livingston, Burton
                    83896       -B02VR                  3                 -              ONL    Livingston, Burton
                    86077       -B04VR                  3                 -              ONL    Swope, Michael

                    HIS 152 WORLD CIVILIZATION II 1650 - PRESENT
                    82320       -B03VR                  3                 -              ONL    Cook, Joseph
                    86486       -B01VR                  3                 -              ONL    Swope, Michael

                    HIS 220 HISTORY OF MICHIGAN
                    83900       -B01VR                  3                 -              ONL    Livingston, Burton
                    83901       -B02VR                  3                 -              ONL    Livingston, Burton

                    HIS 249 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I 1607 - 1865
                    83902       -B01VR                  3                 -              ONL    Swope, Michael
                    86487       -B02VR                  3                 -              ONL    Swope, Michael

                    HIS 250 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II: 1865 TO PRESENT
                    83904       -B01VR                  3                 -              ONL    Talpos, Beatrice
                    83905       -B02VR                  3                 -              ONL    Talpos, Beatrice

                    Homeland Security       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    HLS 100 INTRODUCTION TO HOMELAND SECURITY
                    92210       -B01VR                  3                 -              ONL    Marcinkowski, James

                    Hotel Management        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    HTM 200 HOTEL AND RESTAURANT OPERATIONS
                    92034       -B01VR                  3                 -              ONL    Staff

                    HTM 299 HOTEL MANAGEMENT PRACTICUM
                    90541       -B01VR                  3                 -              ONL    Staff

                    Humanities      www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    HUM 101 INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS
                    82318       -B03VR                  3                 -              ONL    Anderson, Addell
                    83916       -B01VR                  3                 -              ONL    Anderson, Addell
                    83917       -B02VR                  3                 -              ONL    Anderson, Addell
                    92063       -B04VR                  3                 -              ONL    Wyszynski, Stefanie
                    92064       -B05VR                  3                 -              ONL    Wyszynski, Stefanie

                    HUM 141 INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATER
                    92067       -B01VR                  3                 -              ONL    Anderson, Addell




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                                                                                                                                   DISTANCE LEARNING
 CRN          Campus                        Credits            Time             Days         Type      Instructor


Human Services            www.wcccdbookstore.com

HUS 135 PROFESSIONALISM IN HUMAN SERVICES
                  PRE-REQUISITES: HUS 105
92367         -B02VR                          3         10:00AM - 11:25AM       MW       ITV      Simpson, Gail
                  THIS INTERACTIVE TELEVISION COURSE MEETS AT THE DOWNRIVER CAMPUS ON MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS FROM 10:00AM
                  TO 11:25AM IN ROOM N236.
92366         -B01VR                          3         10:00AM - 11:25AM       MW       ITV      Simpson, Gail
                  THIS INTERACTIVE TELEVISION COURSE MEETS AT THE NORTHWEST CAMPUS ON MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS FROM 10:00AM
                  TO 11:25AM IN ROOM GAB 111.

Management             www.wcccdbookstore.com

MGT 205 MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
83925         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Wilson-Smith, Leslie
83927         -B03VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Wilson-Smith, Leslie
86093         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Javarinis, Tom

Marketing        www.wcccdbookstore.com

MKT 200 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
83928         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Brown, Verna
83929         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Crim, Haven
83930         -B03VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Crim, Haven

Mathematics            www.wcccdbookstore.com

MAT 112 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
                  PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 100 OR MAT 105
82336         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Alyass, Kussiy
83931         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Alyass, Kussiy
84918         -B03VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Alyass, Kussiy
86097         -B04VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Alyass, Kussiy
86098         -B05VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Johnson, Tiana

MAT 113 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
                  PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 112
86099         -B02VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Jenkins, Lillian
86100         -B03VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Jenkins, Lillian
88283         -B04VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Jenkins, Lillian
88284         -B05VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Jenkins, Lillian
90502         -B06VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Jenkins, Lillian
92089         -B07VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Johnson, Tiana
92090         -B08VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Johnson, Tiana

MAT 129 MATH FOR ELEMENTARY TEACHERS II
                  PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 128
83936         -B01VR                          3                   -                          ONL       Johnson, Tiana

MAT 155 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
                  PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 113
83939         -B01VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Lawson, Kevin
83941         -B02VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Lawson, Kevin
86489         -B03VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Lawson, Kevin
88286         -B04VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Lawson, Kevin

MAT 156 TRIGONOMETRY
                  PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 155
84781         -B01VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Lawson, Kevin

MAT 171 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I
                  PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 156
83945         -B01VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Lawson, Kevin
92076         -B02VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Nwankwo, Oliver
92483         -B03VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Nwankwo, Oliver
32483         -B04VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Nwankwo, Oliver




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                    WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                    Fall 2011 SCHEDULE
DISTANCE LEARNING

                     CRN         Campus                         Credits      Time       Days     Type   Instructor


                    Office Information Systems                 www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    OIS 251 MICROSOFT WORD SPECIALIST
                                     LAB FEE: $15.00
                    90041        -B01VR                          3             -                 ONL    Harris, Pamela

                    Philosophy      www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    PHL 201 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
                    83948        -B01VR                          3             -                 ONL    Mardoyan, Michael
                    83949        -B02VR                          3             -                 ONL    Mardoyan, Michael
                    83950        -B03VR                          3             -                 ONL    Mardoyan, Michael
                    86101        -B04VR                          3             -                 ONL    Mardoyan, Michael

                    Political Science       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    PS 101 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
                    82313        -B08VR                          3             -                 ONL    Needham Jr, Charles
                    83957        -B01VR                          3             -                 ONL    Talpos, Beatrice
                    83958        -B02VR                          3             -                 ONL    Talpos, Beatrice
                    83959        -B03VR                          3             -                 ONL    Talpos, Beatrice
                    83960        -B04VR                          3             -                 ONL    Talpos, Beatrice
                    83961        -B05VR                          3             -                 ONL    Talpos, Beatrice
                    83962        -B06VR                          3             -                 ONL    Talpos, Beatrice
                    83963        -B07VR                          3             -                 ONL    Needham Jr, Charles
                    92113        -B09VR                          3             -                 ONL    Needham Jr, Charles
                    92114        -B10VR                          3             -                 ONL    Needham Jr, Charles

                    Psychology       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    PSY 101 INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
                    82314        -B06VR                          3             -                 ONL    Quick, Alida
                    83967        -B01VR                          3             -                 ONL    Quick, Alida
                    83968        -B02VR                          3             -                 ONL    Quick, Alida
                    83969        -B03VR                          3             -                 ONL    Quick, Alida
                    83970        -B04VR                          3             -                 ONL    Quick, Alida
                    90505        -B08VR                          3             -                 ONL    Pequinot, Mary

                    PSY 200 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT
                    88505        -B01VR                          3             -                 ONL    Quick, Alida
                    88506        -B02VR                          3             -                 ONL    Quick, Alida
                    88507        -B03VR                          3             -                 ONL    Quick, Alida

                    PSY 220 CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
                                     PRE-REQUISITES: PSY 101
                    90321        -B01VR                          3             -                 ONL    Morrow, Kathy
                    90322        -B02VR                          3             -                 ONL    Morrow, Kathy
                    90323        -B03VR                          3             -                 ONL    Morrow, Kathy
                    92068        -B04VR                          3             -                 ONL    Morrow, Kathy

                    Social Work       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    SW 102 EXPLORING HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN THE ENVIRONMENT
                    92479        -B02VR                          3             -                 ONL    Osueke, Immaculata
                    92480        -B01VR                          3             -                 ONL    Simpson, Gail

                    Sociology     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    SOC 100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
                    92065        -B01VR                          3             -                 ONL    Galvan, Donna
                    92066        -B02VR                          3             -                 ONL    Galvan, Donna
                    92071        -B03VR                          3             -                 ONL    Galvan, Donna




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                                                                                                                             DISTANCE LEARNING
 CRN          Campus                        Credits            Time             Days         Type      Instructor


Spanish      www.wcccdbookstore.com

SPA 101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
92072         -B01VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Pettis, Erica
92455         -B02VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Pettis, Erica

Surgical Technology Program                 www.wcccdbookstore.com

SUR 120 SURGICAL SPECIALTIES AND TECHNIQUE
92073         -B01VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Shikhman, Mark

SUR 160 SURGICAL SEMINAR/CERTIFICATION PREPARATION
                  LAB FEE: $30.00
92074         -B01VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Shikhman, Mark

Teacher Education            www.wcccdbookstore.com

ED 202 EARTH SCIENCE FOR THE ELEMENTARY TEACHER AND PRACTICUM
90320         -B02VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Staff
92075         -B01VR                          4                   -                          ONL       Staff




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DOWNRIVER CAMPUS


                                     Anthony T. Arminiak, MSA

                                     Campus President




                        I welcome you to the Downriver Campus, a vibrant learning community for
                        students and faculty. We are proud of our outstanding programs and services
                        including our “green” programs and emergent technologies that offer many
                        opportunities in a very challenging economy. We understand that education and
                        training are significant factors for future success and this is the right time to gain
                        a competitive advantage. Whether you are pursuing short-term training, a one-
                        year college certificate, or an associate degree,WCCCD is the place to be.
                        The recent NATEF approval for accreditation of our Automotive Service
                        Technology Program is an example of our ongoing efforts to ensure quality
                        programs that are relevant to the needs of our community.

                        As the home for the District’s Heinz C. Prechter Education and Performing
                        Arts Center and the Michigan Institute for Public Safety Education, the
                        Downriver Campus is host to a number of cultural events, conferences,
                        seminars, exhibits, performances, sponsored by the community, regional and
                        statewide organizations.We hope you will take advantage of the opportunity to
                        fully participate in the life of the campus that extends throughout the Wayne
                        County Community College District.

                        Thank you for being a member of our learning community and remember to
                        strive for excellence in all that you do.




                        Anthony T. Arminiak
                        President, Downriver Campus




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                        DOWNRIVER CAMPUS
                                                                                                                                                             21000 Northline Road
                                                                                                                                                             Taylor, MI 48180

                                                                                                                                                             Campus Information
                                                                                                                                                             734-946-3500

                                                                                                                                                             Career Program Hotline
                                                                                                                                                             1-800-300-2118
                                                                                                                                                             www.wcccd.edu



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                                                                                                                                                Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 am-5:00 pm
                                                                                                                                                Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 am-4:00 pm




                                Featured Campus Programs
                 • Accounting                                                                                                                 • Emergency Medical
                                                                                                                                                Technology
                 • Alternative Fuels Technology
                                                                                                                                              • Fire Protection Technology
                 • Automotive Service
                   Technology                                                                                                                 • Homeland Security


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                                         WEEKEND COLLEGE
DOWNRIVER CAMPUS




                   Course    Course Name                        CRN          Time            Type


                                              FRIDAY OFFERINGS
                   EMT 126   BASIC EMT CLINICAL EXPERIENCE      80502    3:00PM - 10:55PM     LAB
                   EMT 126   BASIC EMT CLINICAL EXPERIENCE      84196    3:00PM - 10:55PM     LAB
                   EMT 126   BASIC EMT CLINICAL EXPERIENCE      84197    3:00PM - 10:55PM     LAB
                   EMT 126   BASIC EMT CLINICAL EXPERIENCE      84198    3:00PM - 10:55PM     LAB

                                           SATURDAY OFFERINGS
                   ACC 110   PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I         80022   12:00PM - 3:55PM     LEC
                   AUT 120   BRAKES I                           81515    8:00AM - 3:55PM     IMB
                   AUT 150   INTRO TO ALTERNATIVE FUELS         88618    8:30AM - 12:30PM    LEC
                   AUT 203   BRAKES II                          81516    8:00AM - 3:55PM     LEC
                   BIO 155   INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY               80104   10:00AM - 1:55PM     LEC
                   BIO 155   INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY               88376    2:00PM - 3:55PM     LAB
                   BIO 240   HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I       86146   10:00AM - 1:55PM     LEC
                   BIO 240   HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I       88589    2:00PM - 3:55PM     LAB
                   BUS 225   COMPUTER APPLICATION IN BUSINESS   86326   11:30AM - 2:25PM     LEC
                   DT 130    FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION          84215   11:30AM - 2:25PM     LEC
                   EMT 101   FIRST AID                          92015    8:00AM - 9:55AM     LEC
                   EMT 105   MEDICAL FIRST RESPONDER            92016   10:00AM - 2:25PM     LEC
                   EMT 218   EMERGENCY MEDICINE PREPARATORY     80506    8:00AM - 12:55PM    LEC
                   ENG 119   ENGLISH I                          80521    8:30AM - 11:25AM    LEC
                   ENG 120   ENGLISH II                         91935   11:30AM - 2:25PM     LEC
                   ERT 215   EMERGENCY ROOM TECHNOLOGY
                             CLINICAL                           92019    8:00AM - 8:00PM     LEC
                   FPT 115   FIRE FIGHTER I/LAB                 89951    8:00AM - 4:30PM     LAB
                   FPT 115   FIRE FIGHTER I/LAB                 89952    8:00AM - 4:30PM     LAB
                   FPT 115   FIRE FIGHTER I/LAB                 89953    8:00AM - 4:30PM     LAB
                   FPT 115   FIRE FIGHTER I/LAB                 91920    8:00AM - 4:30PM     LAB
                   HUM 141   INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATER        89958    8:30AM - 11:25AM    LEC
                   MAN 100   SHOP EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS           91646   12:00PM - 2:55PM     LEC
                   MAN 210   NONTRADITIONAL MANUFACTURING       91647    8:30AM - 11:25AM    LEC
                   MAT 100   BASIC MATHEMATICS                  91942    8:30AM - 11:25AM    LEC
                   MAT 105   PRE ALGEBRA                        91944   11:30AM - 2:25PM     LEC
                   MAT 155   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                    80968   12:00PM - 3:55PM     LEC
                   OIS 100   KEYBOARDING                        92013    8:30AM - 11:25AM    IMB
                   PHL 201   INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY         84186   11:30AM - 2:25PM     LEC
                   PS 101    AMERICAN GOVERNMENT                91949    8:30AM - 11:25AM    LEC
                   SOC 100   INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY          91961   11:30AM - 2:25PM     LEC
                   SPH 101   FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH             91966    8:30AM - 11:25AM    LEC



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  CRN         Campus                        Credits             Time            Days         Type      Instructor




               Fall 2011
Accounting         www.wcccdbookstore.com

ACC 100 INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING
80009         DR                              3            8:30AM - 9:55AM         MW        LEC      Othman, Abdul

ACC 105 INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING
86321         DR                              3            8:30AM - 9:55AM         TR        LEC      Othman, Abdul

ACC 110 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
80022         DR                              4            12:00PM - 3:55PM        S         LEC      Thomas, Myron

Anthropology           www.wcccdbookstore.com

ANT 153 INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
80061         DR                              4            6:00PM - 9:55PM         T         LEC      Montilus, Guerin

ANT 201 URBAN LIFE AND CULTURE
80068         DR                              3            5:30PM - 8:25PM         M         LEC      Dloski, Ryan

Art     www.wcccdbookstore.com

ART 101 DRAWING I
81740         DR                              3            11:30AM - 2:25PM        MW        LEC      Toth, Judith

ART 121 PAINTING I
80082         DR                              3            8:30AM - 11:25AM        MW        LEC      Chaudhery, Virinder

ART 131 CERAMICS I
                   LAB FEE: $30.00
80084         DR                              3           10:00AM - 12:55PM        TR        LEC      Cheetham, Marta

ART 151 SCULPTURE I
                   LAB FEE: $30.00
92267         DR                              3            1:00PM - 3:55PM         TR        LEC      Cheetham, Marta

Automotive Service Technology                     www.wcccdbookstore.com

AUT 101 AUTOMOTIVE FUNDAMENTALS
                   LAB FEE: $50.00
80088         DR                            3           12:00PM - 2:55PM           TR        LEC      Wood, John
                   YAATC COURSE PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED

AUT 102 AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS I
                   LAB FEE: $50.00
80089         DR                            4           3:00PM - 5:55PM            TR        LEC      Wood, John
                   YAATC COURSE PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED

AUT 103 AUTOMOTIVE BRAKE SYSTEMS I
                   LAB FEE: $50.00
80090         DR                            3           12:00PM - 2:55PM           TR        LEC      Wood, John
                   YAATC COURSE PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED

AUT 114 ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEM I
                   LAB FEE: $50.00
81506         DR                              3          8:30AM - 12:25PM          MW        LEC      Hill, Thomas
                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 8/24/2011 AND ENDS 10/14/2011
89947         DR                              3           6:00PM - 9:55PM          TR        LEC      Wood, John

                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/13/2011


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                    CRN       Campus                        Credits             Time          Days     Type   Instructor


                   AUT 115 ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS II
                                   PRE-REQUISITE: AUT 114
                                   LAB FEE: $50.00
                   81507      DR                             3           8:30AM - 12:25PM      MW      LEC    Hill, Thomas
                                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/15/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011
                   89948      DR                             3            6:00PM - 9:55PM      TR      LEC    Buehler, Todd
                                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/14/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011

                   AUT 118 ENGINE PERFORMANCE I
                                   PRE-REQUISITE: AUT 117
                                   LAB FEE: $50.00
                   86327      DR                              3           8:30AM - 12:25PM     TR      LEC    Hill, Thomas
                                 FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/13/2011.
                   91644      DR                              3            6:00PM - 9:55PM     TR      LEC    Daily, Paul
                                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/13/2011

                   AUT 119 ENGINE PERFORMANCE II
                                 PRE-REQUISITES: AUT 117 AND AUT 118
                                 LAB FEE: $50.00
                   86328      DR                             3           8:30AM - 12:25PM      TR      LEC    Hill, Thomas
                                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/14/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011.
                   91645      DR                             3            6:00PM - 9:55PM      TR      LEC    Daily, Paul
                                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/14/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011

                   AUT 120 BRAKES I
                                   PRE-REQUISITE: AUT 117
                                   LAB FEE: $50.00
                   81515      DR                                3           8:00AM - 3:55PM    S       IMB    Hill, Thomas
                                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 8/24/2011 AND ENDS 10/14/2011

                   AUT 121 SUSPENSION AND STEERING I
                                   PRE-REQUISITE: AUT 117
                                   LAB FEE: $50.00
                   86332      DR                                3           6:00PM - 9:55PM    MW      LEC    Wood, John
                                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 8/24/2011 AND ENDS 10/14/2011

                   AUT 126 MANUAL DRIVE TRAIN AND AXLES I
                                   PRE-REQUISITE: AUT 117
                                   LAB FEE: $50.00
                   86329      DR                                3           6:00PM - 9:55PM    MW      LEC    Buehler, Todd
                                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 8/24/2011 AND ENDS 10/14/2011

                   AUT 150 INTRODUCTION TO ALTERNATIVE FUELS
                                   PRE-REQUISITE: AUT 117
                                   LAB FEE: $50.00
                   88618      DR                              4            8:30AM - 12:30PM    S       LEC    Seal, Jerry
                   AUT 151 LIGHT DUTY DIESEL ENGINES
                                   PRE-REQUISITE: AUT 117
                                   LAB FEE: $100.00
                   92012      DR                              4            6:00PM - 9:55PM     T       LEC    Depowski, Martin

                   AUT 203 BRAKES II
                                 PRE-REQUISITES: AUT 117 AND AUT 120
                                 LAB FEE: $50.00
                   81516      DR                             3            8:00AM - 3:55PM      S       LEC    Hill, Thomas
                                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/15/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011

                   AUT 204 SUSPENSION AND STEERING II
                                 PRE-REQUISITES: AUT 117 AND AUT 121
                                 LAB FEE: $50.00
                   86333      DR                             2            6:00PM - 8:55PM      MW      LEC    Wood, John
                                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/15/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011

                   AUT 209 MANUAL DRIVE TRAIN AND AXLES II
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: AUT 117 AND AUT 126
                                   LAB FEE: $50.00

                                                            FOR INFORMATION ON DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES SEE PAGES 28 - 41
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  CRN         Campus                         Credits            Time            Days         Type      Instructor


86330         DR                               2            6:00PM - 8:55PM        MW        LEC      Buehler, Todd
                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/15/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011

Biology      www.wcccdbookstore.com

BIO 151 HUMAN ECOLOGY
80098         DR                              4            2:00PM - 3:55PM         TR        LEC      Sherwood, Donald

BIO 155 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
80104         DR                              4            10:00AM - 1:55PM        S         LEC      Lucas, Jo Ann
   88376      DR                              0             2:00PM - 3:55PM        S         LAB      Lucas, Jo Ann
80105         DR                              4            12:00PM - 1:55PM        MW        LEC      Marquardt, Patricia
   88378      DR                              0             2:00PM - 3:55PM        W         LAB      Marquardt, Patricia
80106         DR                              4           10:00AM - 11:55AM        TR        LEC      Jensen, Beth
   88379      DR                              0            12:00PM - 1:55PM        T         LAB      Jensen, Beth
80110         DR                              4            6:00PM - 7:55PM         TR        LEC      Steffensky, Mark
   88381      DR                              0             8:00PM - 9:55PM        T         LAB      Steffensky, Mark
84823         DR                              4             4:00PM - 5:55PM        MW        LEC      Steffensky, Mark
   88383      DR                              0             6:00PM - 7:55PM        M         LAB      Steffensky, Mark
84828         DR                              4             8:00AM - 9:55AM        MW        LEC      Jensen, Beth
   88660      DR                              0           10:00AM - 11:55AM        W         LAB      Kelley, Patrick
84831         DR                              4            2:00PM - 3:55PM         TR        LEC      Jensen, Beth
   88387      DR                              0            4:00PM - 5:55PM         T         LAB      Um, Ikchul
91967         DR                              4            8:00AM - 9:55AM         TR        LEC      Jensen, Beth
   91968      DR                              0           10:00AM - 11:00AM        T         LAB      Kelley, Patrick

BIO 240 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
                   PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
80148         DR                              4            8:00AM - 9:55AM         TR        LEC      Marquardt, Patricia
   88391      DR                              0           10:00AM - 11:55AM        T         LAB      Marquardt, Patricia
80149         DR                              4            6:00PM - 7:55PM         MW        LEC      Marquardt, Patricia
   88394      DR                              0            8:00PM - 9:55PM         W         LAB      Marquardt, Patricia
86146         DR                              4           10:00AM - 1:55PM         S         LEC      Olafioye, Salewa
   88589      DR                              0            2:00PM - 3:55PM         S         LAB      Olafioye, Salewa
91970         DR                              4           12:00PM - 1:55PM         TR        LEC      Marquardt, Patricia
   91971      DR                              0            2:00PM - 3:55PM         T         LAB      Marquardt, Patricia
91973         DR                              4            2:00PM - 3:55PM         MW        LEC      Olafioye, Salewa
   91974      DR                              0            4:00PM - 5:55PM         M         LAB      Olafioye, Salewa

BIO 250 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
                   PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 240
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
80171         DR                              4           10:00AM - 11:55AM        MW        LEC      Jensen, Beth
   88399      DR                              0           12:00PM - 1:55PM         M         LAB      Jensen, Beth
91976         DR                              4            4:00PM - 5:55PM         TR        LEC      Obi, Lawrence
   91977      DR                              0            6:00PM - 7:55PM         T         LAB      Kotulis-Matyok, Sandra
BIO 295 MICROBIOLOGY
                   PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
80194         DR                              4           11:30AM - 12:55PM        TR        LEC      Alansari, Huda
   88404      DR                              0            1:00PM - 2:25PM         TR        LAB      Alansari, Huda
80197         DR                              4            7:00PM - 8:25PM         TR        LEC      Safronoff, John
   88405      DR                              0            8:30PM - 9:55PM         TR        LAB      O’Hagan, David
82385         DR                              4            1:00PM - 2:25PM         MW        LEC      Gordon, Lula
   88406      DR                              0            2:30PM - 3:55PM         MW        LAB      Meyers, Desiree
84207         DR                              4            7:00PM - 8:25PM         MW        LEC      Gordon, Lula
   88407      DR                              0            8:30PM - 9:55PM         MW        LAB      King, Kyle
84837         DR                              4            1:00PM - 2:25PM         TR        LEC      Gordon, Lula
   88408      DR                              0            2:30PM - 3:55PM         TR        LAB      Gordon, Lula
89086         DR                              4           11:30AM - 12:55PM        MW        LEC      Ghazizadeh, Saeid
   89087      DR                              0            1:00PM - 2:25PM         MW        LAB      Alansari, Huda
91979         DR                              4            5:30PM - 6:55PM         TR        LEC      Meyers, Desiree
   91980      DR                              0            7:00PM - 8:25PM         TR        LAB      O’Hagan, David


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DOWNRIVER CAMPUS

                     CRN       Campus                         Credits           Time          Days     Type   Instructor


                   Business    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   BUS 150 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
                   80248       DR                               3         10:00AM - 11:25AM    TR      LEC    Ciampa, Gary
                   89944       DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     T       LEC    Scott, Michael

                   BUS 225 COMPUTER APPLICATION IN BUSINESS
                                    OIS 101 RECOMMENDED
                                    LAB FEE: $15.00
                   80270       DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     W       LEC    Smith, Mary
                   80271       DR                               3         10:00AM - 12:55PM    T       LEC    Wyatt, Esther
                   86326       DR                               3         11:30AM - 2:25PM     S       LEC    Moore, Dawnita

                   BUS 240 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
                   84237       DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     M       LEC    Allen, Deolis

                   Business Law        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   BL 201 BUSINESS LAW I
                   80243       DR                               4          11:30AM - 1:25PM    TR      LEC    Ciampa, Gary
                   92014       DR                               4          7:00PM - 9:55PM     R       LEC    Ratliff, Carl

                   Chemistry        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   CHM 105 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY
                                    LAB FEE: $75.00
                   91921       DR                               4          8:00AM - 9:55AM     MW      LEC    Samuelson, Norman
                      91922    DR                               0         10:00AM - 11:55AM    W       LAB    Samuelson, Norman
                   91923       DR                               4         10:00AM - 11:55AM    TR      LEC    Samuelson, Norman
                      91924    DR                               0         12:00PM - 1:55PM     T       LAB    Samuelson, Norman
                   91925       DR                               4         12:00PM - 1:55PM     MW      LEC    Samuelson, Norman
                      91926    DR                               0          2:00PM - 3:55PM     W       LAB    Samuelson, Norman
                   91927       DR                               4          6:00PM - 7:55PM     TR      LEC    Jawad, Ali
                      91928    DR                               0          8:00PM - 9:55PM     T       LAB    Jawad, Ali

                   CHM 136 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
                                  PRE-REQUISITES: CHM 105 AND MAT 112
                                  LAB FEE: $75.00
                   86172       DR                            4             6:00PM - 7:55PM     MW      LEC    Samuelson, Norman
                      88415    DR                            0             8:00PM - 9:55PM     W       LAB    Samuelson, Norman

                   Chinese     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   CHN 101 CHINESE
                   92460       -I01DR                         4           6:00PM - 8:00PM      TR      ITV    Luo, Ronghua
                                   THIS INTERACTIVE COURSE MEETS AT THE DOWNRIVER CAMPUS

                   Computer Information Systems                     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   CIS 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                    LAB FEE: $20.00
                   80331       DR                               4          6:00PM - 9:55PM     W       LEC    Chizick, John

                   Dietetic Technology           www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   DT 130 FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION
                                    PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                   80440       DR                               3          8:30AM - 11:30AM    F       LEC    Hyrila, Maureen
                   84215       DR                               3          11:30AM - 2:25PM    S       LEC    Deutsch-Keahey, Diane
                   86334       DR                               3          5:30PM - 8:30PM     W       LEC    Sutton, Jamie

                   Economics        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   ECO 101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
                   80455       DR                               3           7:00PM - 9:55PM    R       LEC    Ewen, Bruce
                   80457       DR                               3          8:30AM - 11:25AM    F       LEC    Ewen, Bruce

                                                              FOR INFORMATION ON DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES SEE PAGES 28 - 41
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                                                                                                                                DOWNRIVER CAMPUS
  CRN         Campus                         Credits           Time             Days         Type      Instructor


ECO 102 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II
                   PRE-REQUISITES: ECO 101
80470         DR                              3           11:30AM - 2:30PM         F         LEC      Ewen, Bruce

Emergency Medical Technology                   www.wcccdbookstore.com

EMT 101 FIRST AID
                   LAB FEE: $10.00
80491         DR                              2           6:00PM - 7:55PM          T         LEC      Brohl Jr, Gerald
81749         DR                              2           8:00AM - 9:55AM          F         LEC      Brohl Jr, Gerald
92015         DR                              2           8:00AM - 9:55AM          S         LEC      Edwards, Paul

EMT 105 MEDICAL FIRST RESPONDER
                   LAB FEE: $30.00
80498         DR                              3            9:00AM - 1:25PM         M         LEC      Brohl Jr, Gerald
92016         DR                              3           10:00AM - 2:25PM         S         LEC      Syrkett, Keith

EMT 114 BASIC EMT I
                   LAB FEE: $40.00
81744         DR                          4               9:00AM - 3:55PM          MW        IMB      Glotfelty, Gerald
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.
81745         DR                          4               6:00PM - 9:55PM          TWR       IMB      Vanderlin, William
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.

EMT 124 BASIC EMT II
                   LAB FEE: $40.00
81746         DR                          4               9:00AM - 3:55PM          MW        LEC      Glotfelty, Gerald
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.
81747         DR                          4               6:00PM - 9:55PM          TWR       IMB      Vanderlin, William
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.

EMT 126 BASIC EMT CLINICAL EXPERIENCE
                   LAB FEE: $40.00
80502         DR                          1               3:00PM - 10:55PM         FS        LAB      Edwards, Paul
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.
84196         DR                          1               3:00PM - 10:55PM         FS        LAB      Edwards, Paul
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.
84197         DR                          1               3:00PM - 10:55PM         FS        LAB      Syrkett, Keith
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.
84198         DR                          1               3:00PM - 10:55PM         FS        LAB      Syrkett, Keith
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.

EMT 218 EMERGENCY MEDICINE PREPARATORY
80506         DR                              5           8:00AM - 12:55PM         S         LEC      Abbo, John

EMT 221 PARAMEDIC I
                   LAB FEE: $50.00
82394         DR                              10           5:00PM - 9:55PM         MW        L/L      Glotfelty, Gerald
89081         DR                              10          5:00PM - 10:00PM         MW        L/L      Rowley, Cathy

EMT 243 PARAMEDIC V
80507         DR                          2               5:00PM - 9:55PM          MW        LEC      Jarvis, Miles
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.
89955         DR                          2               5:00PM - 10:00PM         MW        LEC      Caruso, William
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.

EMT 244 PARAMEDIC VI
82422         DR                          3               5:00PM - 9:55PM          MW        L/L      Jarvis, Miles
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.
89956         DR                          3               5:00PM - 10:00PM         MW        L/L      Caruso, William
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.

EMT 256 PARAMEDIC CLINICAL EXPERIENCE II
80508         DR                          6               5:00PM - 9:55PM          MW        LAB      Jarvis, Miles
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.
88591         DR                          6               5:00PM - 10:00PM         MW        LAB      Strassner, Jamie
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.

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                    CRN       Campus                         Credits          Time           Days     Type   Instructor


                   Emergency Room Skilled Health                   www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   ERT 210 EMERGENCY ROOM TECHNOLOGY
                                   LAB FEE: $50.00
                   92017      DR                               6         6:00PM - 10:00PM     TWR     LEC    Staff

                   ERT 215 EMERGENCY ROOM TECHNOLOGY CLINICAL
                                   LAB FEE: $50.00
                   92018      DR                               6         4:00PM - 11:59PM     TR      LEC    Staff
                   92019      DR                               6          8:00AM - 8:00PM     US      LEC    Staff
                   92020      DR                               6         4:00PM - 11:59PM     MW      LEC    Staff

                   English   www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   ENG 112 CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING I
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 111
                   80580      DR                               3          8:30AM - 9:55AM     MW      LEC    Staff
                   80581      DR                               3         11:30AM - 12:55PM    TR      LEC    Taylor, Charlette
                   81748      DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     W       LEC    Staff

                   ENG 113 CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING II
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 112
                   80601      DR                               3          8:30AM - 9:55AM     TR      LEC    Gelinas, Paul
                   80602      DR                               3         11:30AM - 12:55PM    MW      LEC    Staff
                   80603      DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     R       LEC    Fields, Audrina

                   ENG 114 CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING I
                   80613      DR                               3         10:00AM - 11:25AM    MW      LEC    Walker, Theresa
                   80615      DR                               3          1:00PM - 2:25PM     TR      LEC    Wilson, Julie
                   80616      DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     M       LEC    Ridley, Janice

                   ENG 115 CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING II
                                  PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 114
                   80640      DR                               3         10:00AM - 11:25AM    TR      LEC    Gelinas, Paul
                   80641      DR                               3          1:00PM - 2:25PM     MW      LEC    Staff
                   80642      DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     T       LEC    Ridley, Janice
                   92263      -A10DR                           3         12:30PM - 2:00PM     MW      LEC    Staff

                   ENG 119 ENGLISH I
                   80509      DR                               3          8:30AM - 9:55AM     MW      LEC    Schaefer, James
                   80510      DR                               3        10:00AM - 11:25AM     MW      LEC    Jobes, Donald
                   80511      DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     M       LEC    Jobes, Donald
                   80512      DR                               3        11:30AM - 12:55PM     TR      LEC    Jobes, Donald
                   80514      DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     T       LEC    Jobes, Donald
                   80515      DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     W       LEC    Jobes, Donald
                   80516      DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     R       LEC    Jobes, Donald
                   80519      DR                               3        10:00AM - 11:25AM     TR      LEC    Himmelhoch, Martha
                   80521      DR                               3         8:30AM - 11:25AM     S       LEC    Himmelhoch, Martha
                   80522      DR                               3        11:30AM - 12:55PM     MW      LEC    Jobes, Donald
                   91932      DR                               3         1:00PM - 2:25PM      TR      LEC    Gelinas, Paul
                   92265      -A10DR                           3        8:30AM - 10:00AM      MW      LEC    Bradford, Aundrea

                   ENG 120 ENGLISH II
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 119 OR ENG 110
                   80658      DR                               3          8:30AM - 9:55AM     MW      LEC    Burnett, John
                   80660      DR                               3         10:00AM - 11:25AM    TR      LEC    Schaefer, James
                   80662      DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     R       LEC    Kroll, Michael
                   80663      DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM     W       LEC    Anyanetu, Patrick
                   84209      DR                               3         11:30AM - 12:55PM    TR      LEC    Schaefer, James
                   91933      DR                               3          1:00PM - 2:25PM     MW      LEC    Burnett, John
                   91934      DR                               3          1:00PM - 2:25PM     TR      LEC    Kroll, Michael
                   91935      DR                               3         11:30AM - 2:25PM     S       LEC    Himmelhoch, Martha




                                                             FOR INFORMATION ON DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES SEE PAGES 28 - 41
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                                                                                                                                    DOWNRIVER CAMPUS
  CRN         Campus                          Credits             Time             Days         Type      Instructor


Fire Protection Technology                  www.wcccdbookstore.com

FPT 110 FIRE FIGHTER I
                   CO-REQUISITES: FPT 115
80739         DR                          8             9:00AM - 4:00PM         MW        LEC       McCray, Larry
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED. STARTS 8/24/2011 AND ENDS 10/24/2011. MUST TAKE FRIDAY FPT 115.
89950         DR                          8            6:00PM - 10:00PM         TR        LEC       Hammond, Mark
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED. STARTS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 12/1/2011. MUST TAKE SATURDAY FPT 115.

FPT 115 FIRE FIGHTER I/LAB
                   CO-REQUISITES: FPT 110
                   LAB FEE: $250.00
80740         DR                                  5            8:00AM - 4:30PM     F         LAB       Pichan, Charles
                   STARTS 8/26/2011 AND ENDS 10/28/2011. MUST TAKE MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY FPT 110.
84201         DR                                  5            8:00AM - 4:30PM     F         LAB       Carroll, Liam
                   STARTS 8/26/2011 AND ENDS 10/28/2011. MUST TAKE MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY FPT 110.
84415         DR                                  5            8:00AM - 4:30PM     F         LAB       Brandt, Michael
                   STARTS 8/26/2011 AND ENDS 10/28/2011. MUST TAKE MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY FPT 110.
86124         DR                                  5            8:00AM - 4:30PM     F         LAB       Carpenter, Raymond
                   STARTS 8/26/2011 AND ENDS 10/28/2011. MUST TAKE MONDAY AND WEDNESDAY FPT 110.
89951         DR                                  5            8:00AM - 4:30PM     S         LAB       Pichan, Charles
                   STARTS 9/3/2011 AND ENDS 12/3/2011. MUST TAKE TUESDAY AND THURSDAY FPT 110. MEETS 9/3, 9/10, 9/24, 10/2, 10/1,
                   10/15, 10/22, 10/29, 11/2, 11/19, AND 12/3.
89952         DR                                  5            8:00AM - 4:30PM     S         LAB       Carroll, Liam
                   STARTS 9/3/2011 AND ENDS 12/3/2011. MUST TAKE TUESDAY AND THURSDAY FPT 110. MEETS 9/3, 9/10, 9/24, 10/2, 10/1,
                   10/15, 10/22, 10/29, 11/2, 11/19, AND 12/3.
89953         DR                                  5            8:00AM - 4:30PM     S         LAB       Johnson, Stephen
                   STARTS 9/3/2011 AND ENDS 12/3/2011. MUST TAKE TUESDAY AND THURSDAY FPT 110. MEETS 9/3, 9/10, 9/24, 10/2, 10/1,
                   10/15, 10/22, 10/29, 11/2, 11/19, AND 12/3.
91920         DR                                  5            8:00AM - 4:30PM     S         LAB       Gillman, Edwin
                   STARTS 9/3/2011 AND ENDS 12/3/2011. MUST TAKE TUESDAY AND THURSDAY FPT 110. MEETS 9/3, 9/10, 9/24, 10/2, 10/1,
                   10/15, 10/22, 10/29, 11/2, 11/19, AND 12/4.

History      www.wcccdbookstore.com

HIS 151 WORLD CIVILIZATION I PRE-HISTORY-1650
80759         DR                               3           11:30AM - 12:55PM          TR        LEC       Kantzler, Carolynn
91938         DR                               3           10:00AM - 11:25AM          MW        LEC       Hoffa, Donna

HIS 152 WORLD CIVILIZATION II 1650 - PRESENT
80769         DR                               3             1:00PM - 2:25PM          TR        LEC       Kantzler, Carolynn
91937         DR                               3             7:00PM - 9:55PM          M         LEC       Thompson, Kelly

HIS 249 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I 1607 - 1865
80777         DR                               3           11:30AM - 12:55PM          MW        LEC       Hoffa, Donna
HIS 250 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II: 1865 TO PRESENT
91939         DR                               3             7:00PM - 9:55PM          T         LEC       Hoffman, Mark

Homeland Security              www.wcccdbookstore.com

HLS 100 INTRODUCTION TO HOMELAND SECURITY
90034         DR                               3             1:00PM - 4:00PM          T         LEC       Marcinkowski, James




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                    CRN        Campus                         Credits         Time           Days     Type   Instructor


                   Humanities       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   HUM 101 INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS
                   80792       DR                               3         2:30PM - 3:55PM     TR      LEC    Melikan, Christopher

                   HUM 102 INTRODUCTION TO THE PERFORMING ARTS
                   92268       DR                               3         4:00PM - 5:25PM     MW      LEC    Hamady, Susan

                   HUM 141 INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATER
                   89958       DR                               3        8:30AM - 11:25AM     S       LEC    Trice, Ronald

                   Management          www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   MGT 205 MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
                                    PRE-REQUISITE: BUS 150
                   81001       DR                               3         7:00PM - 9:55PM     W       LEC    Scott, Michael

                   Manufacturing Technology              www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   MAN 100 SHOP EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS
                                    LAB FEE: $40.00
                   91646       DR                               3        12:00PM - 2:55PM     S       LEC    Payne Sr, Douglas

                   MAN 210 NONTRADITIONAL MANUFACTURING
                                    PRE-REQUISITE: MAN 110
                                    LAB FEE: $40.00
                   91647       DR                               3        8:30AM - 11:25AM     S       LEC    Leftwich, Harry

                   Marketing    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   MKT 200 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
                                    PRE-REQUISITE: BUS 150
                   81007       DR                               3         7:00PM - 9:55PM     M       LEC    Jones, Dawn

                   Mathematics        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   MAT 100 BASIC MATHEMATICS
                   80858       DR                               3         8:30PM - 9:55PM     TR      LEC    Beidoun, Nasser
                   80859       DR                               3         8:30AM - 9:55AM     MW      LEC    Sietz, Richard
                   86372       DR                               3         5:30PM - 6:55PM     TR      LEC    Weiss, Mark
                   91942       DR                               3        8:30AM - 11:25AM     S       LEC    Weiss, Mark

                   MAT 105 PRE ALGEBRA
                   80885       DR                               3        10:00AM - 11:25AM    MW      LEC    Sietz, Richard
                   80886       DR                               3         5:30PM - 6:55PM     MW      LEC    Barker, Jerry
                   80887       DR                               3        10:00AM - 11:25AM    TR      LEC    Sietz, Richard
                   80888       DR                               3         2:30PM - 3:55PM     TR      LEC    Farrehi, Khashayar
                   91943       DR                               3        11:30AM - 12:55PM    MW      LEC    Sietz, Richard
                   91944       DR                               3         11:30AM - 2:25PM    S       LEC    Barker, Jerry
                   91945       DR                               3         8:30PM - 9:55PM     MW      LEC    Barker, Jerry

                   MAT 112 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
                                    PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 100 OR MAT 105
                   80921       DR                               3        11:30AM - 12:55PM    TR      LEC    Sietz, Richard
                   80922       DR                               3         7:00PM - 8:25PM     TR      LEC    Kazanjian, John
                   80923       DR                               3        10:00AM - 11:25AM    MW      LEC    Farrehi, Khashayar
                   80924       DR                               3         2:30PM - 3:55PM     MW      LEC    Farrehi, Khashayar

                   MAT 113 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
                                    PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 112
                   80943       DR                               3         1:00PM - 2:25PM     TR      LEC    Kazanjian, John
                   80944       DR                               3         7:00PM - 8:25PM     MW      LEC    Farrehi, Khashayar
                   84212       DR                               3         8:30AM - 9:55AM     TR      LEC    Cooper, Tyrone




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                                                                                                                                 DOWNRIVER CAMPUS
  CRN         Campus                          Credits          Time             Days         Type      Instructor


MAT 155 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 113
80967         DR                               4         10:00AM - 11:55AM         TR        LEC      Kazanjian, John
80968         DR                               4         12:00PM - 3:55PM          S         LEC      Amer, Usama

MAT 156 TRIGONOMETRY
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 155
80981         DR                               4          6:00PM - 7:55PM          MW        LEC      Jacques, William

MAT 171 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 156
80985         DR                               4          8:00PM - 9:55PM          MW        LEC      Jacques, William

Music      www.wcccdbookstore.com

MUS 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC I
91946         DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM          R         LEC      Brown, Arthur

Office Information Systems                   www.wcccdbookstore.com

OIS 100 KEYBOARDING
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
88624         DR                               3           7:00PM - 9:55PM         W         IMB      Abraham, Laurece
92013         DR                               3          8:30AM - 11:25AM         S         IMB      Threat Jr, Carl

OIS 101 KEYBOARDING FUNDAMENTALS
                   RECOMMENDED: OIS 100
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
88419         DR                               3          8:30PM - 9:55PM          TR        LEC      Poindexter, Yolanda

Philosophy         www.wcccdbookstore.com

PHL 201 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
81075         DR                               3           7:00PM - 9:55PM         T         LEC      Tranumn Jr, Howard
84186         DR                               3          11:30AM - 2:25PM         S         LEC      Tranumn Jr, Howard

Physics     www.wcccdbookstore.com

PHY 115 FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
81090         DR                               4          6:00PM - 7:55PM          TR        LEC      Bagchi, Bhawatosh
   86866      DR                               0          8:00PM - 9:55PM          R         LAB      Bagchi, Bhawatosh

PHY 235 GENERAL PHYSICS I
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
81092         DR                               4          8:00AM - 11:55AM         F         LEC      Bagchi, Bhawatosh
   88631      DR                               0          12:00PM - 1:55PM         F         LAB      Bagchi, Bhawatosh

Political Science         www.wcccdbookstore.com

PS 101 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
81098         DR                               3          1:00PM - 2:25PM          MW        LEC      Tallerico, Benjamin
81100         DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM          T         LEC      Cheltenham, Valence
81101         DR                               3         10:00AM - 11:25AM         TR        LEC      Nichols, William
81102         DR                               3         11:30AM - 12:55PM         TR        LEC      Cheltenham, Valence
81103         DR                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM          R         LEC      Cheltenham, Valence
91947         DR                               3          8:30AM - 9:55AM          MW        LEC      Martin, Roland
91949         DR                               3         8:30AM - 11:25AM          S         LEC      Surowitz, Marvin
91950         DR                               3          2:30PM - 3:55PM          MW        LEC      Tallerico, Benjamin

Psychology         www.wcccdbookstore.com

PSY 101 INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
81141         DR                               3         10:00AM - 11:25AM         MW        LEC      Howell, Janice




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                    CRN         Campus                         Credits        Time           Days     Type   Instructor


                   81143        DR                               3       11:30AM - 12:55PM    MW      LEC    Howell, Janice
                   81144        DR                               3        7:00PM - 9:55PM     M       LEC    Nuga, Olukayode
                   81146        DR                               3        8:30AM - 9:55AM     TR      LEC    Bramson, Jill
                   81148        DR                               3        7:00PM - 9:55PM     W       LEC    Madison, Norma
                   91951        DR                               3        1:00PM - 2:25PM     TR      LEC    Bramson, Jill
                   91952        DR                               3        5:30PM - 6:55PM     TR      LEC    Bramson, Jill
                   91953        DR                               3        2:30PM - 3:55PM     MW      LEC    Madison, Norma
                   92266        -A10DR                           3       10:30AM - 12:00PM    MW      LEC    Moore, Gennea

                   PSY 220 CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
                                     PRE-REQUISITES: PSY 101
                   81188        DR                               3        2:30PM - 5:25PM     R       LEC    Bramson, Jill

                   Sociology     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   SOC 100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
                   91954        DR                               3       11:30AM - 12:55PM    MW      LEC    Bajon, Bronislaw
                   91955        DR                               3        2:30PM - 3:55PM     TR      LEC    Hoffa, Donna
                   91957        DR                               3        7:00PM - 9:55PM     M       LEC    Craft, Barbara
                   91958        DR                               3        8:30AM - 9:55AM     TR      LEC    Tucker, Norma
                   91959        DR                               3        8:30AM - 9:55AM     MW      LEC    Bajon, Bronislaw
                   91960        DR                               3        5:30PM - 6:55PM     MW      LEC    Swasey, Christina
                   91961        DR                               3       11:30AM - 2:25PM     S       LEC    Swasey, Christina
                   91962        DR                               3        1:00PM - 2:25PM     MW      LEC    Bajon, Bronislaw
                   92264        -A10DR                           3        2:30PM - 4:00PM     MW      LEC    Bajon, Bronislaw

                   SOC 103 SOCIAL PROBLEMS
                                     PRE-REQUISITE: SOC 100
                   81236        DR                               3        5:30PM - 6:55PM     TR      LEC    Adams, Kimberly

                   Speech      www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   SPH 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
                   81257        DR                               3        2:30PM - 3:55PM     MW      LEC    Garfinkel, Morris
                   81258        DR                               3        7:00PM - 9:55PM     W       LEC    Douglas, Andrew
                   81259        DR                               3        8:30AM - 9:55AM     TR      LEC    Logan, Kim
                   81260        DR                               3       10:00AM - 11:25AM    TR      LEC    Logan, Kim
                   84194        DR                               3        1:00PM - 2:25PM     MW      LEC    Garfinkel, Morris
                   91964        DR                               3        2:30PM - 3:55PM     TR      LEC    Jones, Malisa
                   91965        DR                               3        5:30PM - 6:55PM     MW      LEC    Harrison III, Dempsey
                   91966        DR                               3       8:30AM - 11:25AM     S       LEC    Brogdon, Marsha




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                                                                                                                            DOWNRIVER CAMPUS
These accelerated courses allow the student to
complete each class in seven and a half weeks or less.



CRN            Campus                        Credits             Time            Days        Type      Instructor


Automotive Service Technology                   www.wcccdbookstore.com

AUT 114 ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEM I
                   LAB FEE: $50.00
81506         DR                              3          8:30AM - 12:25PM          MW        LEC       Hill, Thomas
                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 8/24/2011 AND ENDS 10/14/2011
89947         DR                              3           6:00PM - 9:55PM          TR        LEC       Wood, John
                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/13/2011
AUT 115 ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS II
                   PRE-REQUISITE: AUT 114
                   LAB FEE: $50.00
81507         DR                             3           8:30AM - 12:25PM          MW        LEC       Hill, Thomas
                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/15/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011
89948         DR                             3            6:00PM - 9:55PM          TR        LEC       Buehler, Todd
                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/14/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011

AUT 118 ENGINE PERFORMANCE I
                   PRE-REQUISITE: AUT 117
                   LAB FEE: $50.00
86327         DR                              3           8:30AM - 12:25PM         TR        LEC       Hill, Thomas
                 FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/13/2011.
91644         DR                              3           6:00PM - 9:55PM          TR        LEC       Daily, Paul
                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/13/2011

AUT 119 ENGINE PERFORMANCE II
                 PRE-REQUISITES: AUT 117 AND AUT 118
                 LAB FEE: $50.00
86328         DR                             3           8:30AM - 12:25PM          TR        LEC       Hill, Thomas
                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/14/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011.
91645         DR                             3            6:00PM - 9:55PM          TR        LEC       Daily, Paul
                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/14/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011

AUT 120 BRAKES I
                   PRE-REQUISITE: AUT 117
                   LAB FEE: $50.00
81515         DR                                3           8:00AM - 3:55PM        S         IMB       Hill, Thomas
                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 8/24/2011 AND ENDS 10/14/2011

AUT 121 SUSPENSION AND STEERING I
                   PRE-REQUISITE: AUT 117
                   LAB FEE: $50.00
86332         DR                                3           6:00PM - 9:55PM        MW        LEC       Wood, John
                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 8/24/2011 AND ENDS 10/14/2011

AUT 126 MANUAL DRIVE TRAIN AND AXLES I
                   PRE-REQUISITE: AUT 117
                   LAB FEE: $50.00
86329         DR                                3           6:00PM - 9:55PM        MW        LEC       Buehler, Todd
                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 8/24/2011 AND ENDS 10/14/2011

AUT 203 BRAKES II
                   PRE-REQUISITES: AUT 117 AND AUT 120
                   LAB FEE: $50.00



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                   These accelerated courses allow the student to
                   complete each class in seven and a half weeks or less.



                   CRN         Campus                        Credits             Time         Days     Type    Instructor


                   81516      DR                               3            8:00AM - 3:55PM    S       LEC     Hill, Thomas
                                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/15/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011

                   AUT 204 SUSPENSION AND STEERING II
                                 PRE-REQUISITES: AUT 117 AND AUT 121
                                 LAB FEE: $50.00
                   86333      DR                             2            6:00PM - 8:55PM      MW      LEC     Wood, John
                                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/15/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011

                   AUT 209 MANUAL DRIVE TRAIN AND AXLES II
                                 PRE-REQUISITES: AUT 117 AND AUT 126
                                 LAB FEE: $50.00
                   86330      DR                             2            6:00PM - 8:55PM      MW      LEC     Buehler, Todd
                                 FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS 10/15/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011




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                                                                                                                          DOWNTOWN CAMPUS
                                  Shawna Forbes

                                  Vice Chancellor, School for Continuing Education
                                  and Campus President




                 We are thrilled that you have decided to take advantage of the services,
                 programs and opportunities the Downtown Campus has to offer.Along with
                 our focus on business, information technology, natural science, and international
                 programs, we are home to the District’s new Language Institute,Water
                 Environmental Technology program leading to high demand “green” careers and
                 the Brown and Juanita Ford Art Gallery located in the Learning Resource
                 Center.

                 The Downtown Campus is situated on an international border and regardless
                 on which side of the Detroit River you may reside, we invite you to take
                 advantage of exciting and informative cultural programs, workshops and
                 seminars that address the heritage, customs and languages of those living and
                 working in the region.Walking through the Downtown Campus atrium, you will
                 see a display of flags that represent the countries of origin of our students.This
                 is a diverse community and we are proud of a faculty and staff committed to
                 providing an exceptional level of instruction and academic support for all
                 students.

                 There are many opportunities available to you to expand your knowledge, gain
                 new skills and be prepared for success in a global community at WCCCD.Thank
                 you for allowing us to serve you as you pursue your dreams and aspirations.




                 Shawna J. Forbes
                 Vice Chancellor, School for Continuing Education and
                 President, Downtown Campus




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                                                                                                                                        1001 W. Fort
                                                                                                                                        Detroit, MI 48226

                                                                                                                                        Campus Information
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                                                                                                                                        Career Program Hotline
                                                                                                                                        1-800-300-2118
                                                                                                                                        www.wcccd.edu

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                                Featured Campus Programs
                  • Accounting                                                                                            • Office Information Systems
                  • American Sign Language                                                                                  - E-Business
                                                                                                                            - Office Specialist
                  • Business Administration
                                                                                                                          • Paralegal Technology
                  • Computer Information Systems
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                    - Network Administrator                                                                               • Water and Environmental
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Course          Course Name                                 CRN                   Time                Type


                                 SATURDAY OFFERINGS
ACC 110         PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I                  90507           9:00AM - 12:55PM           LEC
ALH 110         TERMINOLOGY FOR THE HEALTH
                PROFESSIONS                                 80051           9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
ANT 150         INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL STUDIES              91992           9:00AM - 10:55AM           LEC
ANT 154         INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL
                ANTHROPOLOGY                               90544            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
ANT 201         URBAN LIFE AND CULTURE                     91893           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
ASL 101         AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I                   88423           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
BUS 150         INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS                   84094            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
BUS 150         INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS                   90509           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
BUS 225         COMPUTER APPLICATION IN
                BUSINESS                                    84096          12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
BUS 228         INTERNET WEB PAGE DESIGN FOR
                BUSINESS APPLICATIONS                       80285           9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
CIS 110         INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER
                INFORMATION SYSTEMS                         80333           9:00AM - 12:55PM           LEC
COR 205         INSTITUTION CORRECTIONS
                PERSONNEL                                  92217            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
DT 130          FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION                  82246           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
ECO 101         PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I                  80460           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
ECO 102         PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II                 91604            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
ENG 111         READING FOR CAREERS                        85997           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
ENG 112         CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING I             90454            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
ENG 113         CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING II            80605           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
ENG 114         CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING I             90424           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
ENG 119         ENGLISH I                                  80535           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
ENG 119         ENGLISH I                                  89132            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
ENG 120         ENGLISH II                                 80671            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
HUM 101         INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS            92134            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
HUS 105         GROUP EXPRESSION FOR SELF
                GROWTH I                                   80811            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
HUS 110         INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES             80817           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
MAT 100         BASIC MATHEMATICS                          80868            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
MAT 100         BASIC MATHEMATICS                          90363           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
MAT 105         PRE ALGEBRA                                84900            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
MAT 105         PRE ALGEBRA                                87030           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
MAT 112         ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA                         80934            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
MAT 113         INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA                       90419            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
MAT 113         INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA                       90461           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
OIS 280         OFFICE ADMIN. PROF. DEVELOP.               86047            9:00AM - 11:55AM           IMB
PLT 160         GENERAL PRACTICE SURVEY                    88732           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC


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                  Course    Course Name                 CRN          Time            Type

                  PLT 170   PROBATE LAW AND PRACTICE    88733    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                  PS 101    AMERICAN GOVERNMENT         81114   12:00PM - 2:55PM      LEC
                  PS 101    AMERICAN GOVERNMENT         92147    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                  PSY 101   INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY     85737    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                  PSY 101   INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY     92151   12:00PM - 2:55PM      LEC
                  SOC 100   INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY   81219   12:00PM - 2:55PM      LEC
                  SOC 230   ETHNIC MINORITIES           91640    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                  SPH 101   FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH      81270   12:00PM - 2:55PM      LEC




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 CRN          Campus                        Credits            Time             Days         Type      Instructor




               Fall 2011
Accounting         www.wcccdbookstore.com

ACC 110 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
80024         DT                              4           12:00PM - 1:55PM         TR        LEC       Franco, John
80025         DT                              4            5:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LEC       Brown, York
84959         DT                              4           9:00AM - 10:55AM         MW        LEC       Franco, John
90507         DT                              4           9:00AM - 12:55PM         S         LEC       Sanborn, Judy
91889         DT                              4           5:00PM - 8:55PM          W         LEC       Brown, York

ACC 211 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II
91594         DT                              3            8:00AM - 9:25AM         TR        LEC       Price, Lawrence
91595         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Christmas, Charles
91890         DT                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        LEC       Price, Lawrence

Addiction Studies           www.wcccdbookstore.com

ADD 102 ADDICTION COUNSELING
92211         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Evans-Ebio, Belinda

ADD 214 PHARMACOLOGY OF ADDICTION
85069         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Lyles, Arthur

ADD 235 ADDICTION FIELD PRACTICUM/METHODS SEMINAR II
84709         DT                              4            5:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Tinsley Jr, Clifford

African-American Studies               www.wcccdbookstore.com

AAS 131 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STRUGGLE
80001         DT                              4           10:00AM - 11:55AM        MW        LEC       Shakoor, Adam
80002         DT                              4           12:00PM - 1:55PM         TR        LEC       Davis, Ella
90037         DT                              4            5:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LEC       Davis, Ella
90355         DT                              4            5:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Friley III, Grant
90417         DT                              4           8:00AM - 11:55AM         F         LEC       Parkman, William
91891         DT                              4            2:00PM - 3:55PM         MW        LEC       Shakoor, Adam
91892         DT                              4            2:00PM - 3:55PM         TR        LEC       Davis, Ella

AAS 140 THE PSYCHOLOGY OF THE AFRICAN-AMERICAN EXPERIENCE
92208         DT                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM         F         LEC       Griggs, Michael
AAS 237 ILLEGAL DRUG TRAFFIC AND THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY
80007         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Dandridge, Henry
90508         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Dandridge, Henry

Allied Health        www.wcccdbookstore.com

ALH 110 TERMINOLOGY FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS
80051         DT                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Williams, David
80052         DT                              3           6:00PM - 8:55PM          T         LEC       Esters, Jacqueline

American Sign Language                www.wcccdbookstore.com

ASL 101 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I
88423         DT                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM         S         LEC       Staff

Anthropology          www.wcccdbookstore.com

ANT 150 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL STUDIES
91991         DT                            1             12:00PM - 1:55PM         W         LEC       Chapman, Yolanda
                 FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE FIRST 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER
91992         DT                            1             9:00AM - 10:55AM         S         LEC       Gellci, Diana
                 FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE FIRST 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

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                  ANT 151 INTRODUCTION TO GENEALOGICAL RESEARCH
                  92481          DT                            2             5:00PM - 8:55PM      T      LEC     Staff
                                    FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE FIRST 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER
                  92482          DT                            2             5:00PM - 8:55PM      T      LEC     Staff
                                    FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE SECOND 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

                  ANT 154 INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
                  90544          DT                               3        9:00AM - 11:55AM      S       LEC     Montilus, Guerin

                  ANT 201 URBAN LIFE AND CULTURE
                  80069          DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      T       LEC     Gellci, Diana
                  91893          DT                               3        12:00PM - 2:55PM      S       LEC     Gellci, Diana

                  Arabic        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  ARA 101 INTRODUCTION TO ARABIC I
                  92122          DT                               4        10:00AM - 11:55AM     TR      LEC     Muhsin, Nadir

                  Art        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  ART 101 DRAWING I
                  92212          DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      MW      LEC     Toth, Judith
                  92213          DT                               3        8:00AM - 10:55AM      TR      LEC     Rouleau, Francine

                  ART 121 PAINTING I
                  91596          DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      TR      LEC     Davis, Lourie
                  92214          DT                               3        9:00AM - 11:55AM      MW      LEC     Rouleau, Francine

                  Biology       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  BIO 151 HUMAN ECOLOGY
                  91894          DT                               4         5:00PM - 8:55PM      R       LEC     O’Reilly, Daniel
                  91895          DT                               4        8:00AM - 11:55AM      F       LEC     Abubakari, Nina
                  91896          DT                               4        12:00PM - 1:55PM      MW      LEC     O’Reilly, Daniel

                  BIO 155 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY
                                      LAB FEE: $75.00
                  80115          DT                               4         9:00AM - 10:55AM     TR      LEC     Byrd, Bertha
                     88306       DT                               0        11:00AM - 12:55PM     T       LAB     Grabowski, Susan
                  80116          DT                               4         9:00AM - 10:55AM     MW      LEC     O’Reilly, Daniel
                     88307       DT                               0        11:00AM - 12:55PM     M       LAB     Kelley, Patrick
                  80117          DT                               4          5:00PM - 6:55PM     TR      LEC     Crockett, Brandi
                     88308       DT                               0          7:00PM - 8:55PM     T       LAB     Goff, George
                  80120          DT                               4         12:00PM - 1:55PM     TR      LEC     Byrd, Bertha
                     88312       DT                               0          2:00PM - 3:55PM     R       LAB     Byrd, Bertha
                  80121          DT                               4          5:00PM - 6:55PM     MW      LEC     Crockett, Brandi
                     88313       DT                               0          7:00PM - 8:55PM     M       LAB     Marang, Boitshoko
                  84947          DT                               4         9:00AM - 10:55AM     TR      LEC     Grabowski, Susan
                     88314       DT                               0        11:00AM - 12:55PM     R       LAB     Grabowski, Susan
                  84953          DT                               4         5:00PM - 6:55PM      MW      LEC     Marang, Boitshoko
                     88316       DT                               0         7:00PM - 8:55PM      W       LAB     Marang, Boitshoko
                  86182          DT                               4        12:00PM - 1:55PM      MW      LEC     Byrd, Bertha
                     88574       DT                               0          2:00PM - 3:55PM     W       LAB     Byrd, Bertha
                  89034          DT                               4         9:00AM - 10:55AM     MW      LEC     Anyanwu, Ngozi
                     89035       DT                               0        11:00AM - 12:55PM     W       LAB     Anyanwu, Ngozi

                  BIO 240 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
                                      PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                                      LAB FEE: $75.00
                  80152          DT                               4          8:00AM - 9:55AM     MW      LEC     Byrd, Bertha
                     88317       DT                               0        10:00AM - 11:55AM     M       LAB     Byrd, Bertha
                  80155          DT                               4          5:00PM - 6:55PM     TR      LEC     Asabigi, Kanzoni
                  92477          DT                               0          7:00AM - 8:55AM     R       LAB     Staff
                  82252          DT                               4         9:00AM - 10:55AM     TR      LEC     Irowa, Michael
                     88319       DT                               0        11:00AM - 12:55PM     T       LAB     Irowa, Michael



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  CRN         Campus                         Credits           Time             Days         Type      Instructor

BIO 250 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
                   PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 240
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
80173         DT                              4           11:00AM - 12:55PM        MW        LEC       Irowa, Michael
   88320      DT                              0            1:00PM - 2:55PM         W         LAB       Casey, William
80176         DT                              4           12:00PM - 1:55PM         TR        LEC       Casey, William
   92255      DT                              0            2:00PM - 3:55PM         T         LAB       Casey, William
81393         DT                              4            5:00PM - 6:55PM         MW        LEC       Morrison, Crystal
   88321      DT                              0            7:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LAB       Morrison, Crystal

BIO 295 MICROBIOLOGY
                   PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
80198         DT                              4           10:30AM - 11:55AM        TR        LEC       Nwamba, Christian
   88323      DT                              0            12:00PM - 1:25PM        TR        LAB       Nwamba, Christian
80199         DT                              4             5:30PM - 6:55PM        TR        LEC       Nwamba, Christian
   88324      DT                              0             7:00PM - 8:25PM        TR        LAB       Nwamba, Christian
80200         DT                              4            9:00AM - 10:25AM        MW        LEC       Nwamba, Christian
   88325      DT                              0           10:30AM - 11:55AM        MW        LAB       Nwamba, Christian
80201         DT                              4           12:30PM - 1:55PM         MW        LEC       Nwamba, Christian
   88326      DT                              0            2:00PM - 3:25PM         MW        LAB       Nwamba, Christian

Business       www.wcccdbookstore.com

BUS 150 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
80250         DT                              3            2:00PM - 3:25PM         TR        LEC       Ellis, Mary
80251         DT                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        LEC       Fairbanks, Douglas
80252         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Campbell, Henry
84094         DT                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Mason Mathews, Wendy
90509         DT                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM         S         LEC       Campbell, Henry
92474         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         W         ITV       Staff

BUS 221 BUSINESS STATISTICS
                  PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 113
80266         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Breger, William
91597         DT                              3            1:00PM - 2:25PM         MW        LEC       Breger, William
91898         DT                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Staff
92448         -I02DT                          3           9:00AM - 12:00PM         F         ITV       Breger, William

BUS 225 COMPUTER APPLICATION IN BUSINESS
                  LAB FEE: $15.00
80272         DT                              3            9:00AM - 10:25AM        MW        LEC       Haynes, Mary
80273         DT                              3             6:00PM - 8:55PM        T         LEC       Johnson, Daisy
84096         DT                              3            12:00PM - 2:25PM        S         LEC       Johnson, Daisy
84958         DT                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Haynes, Mary
90510         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Johnson, Daisy
91899         -A30DT                          3            1:00PM - 2:55PM         MW        LEC       Haynes, Mary
BUS 228 INTERNET WEB PAGE DESIGN FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
80285         DT                              3            9:00AM - 11:55AM        S         LEC       Campbell, Henry
91598         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Campbell, Henry
91902         DT                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        LEC       Abraham, Laurece
91903         DT                              3            8:00AM - 9:25AM         TR        LEC       Kyles, Kevin

BUS 240 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
80289         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LEC       Moore, Dawnita
91599         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Miller, April
91600         DT                              3           8:00AM - 10:55AM         F         LEC       Moore, Dawnita
91904         DT                              3           9:00AM - 10:25AM         MW        LEC       Knox, Clint
91905         DT                              3           12:00PM - 1:25PM         TR        LEC       Miller, April

Business Law          www.wcccdbookstore.com

BL 201 BUSINESS LAW I
80244         DT                              4            8:00AM - 9:55AM         TR        LEC       Franco, John
80245         DT                              4           12:00PM - 3:55PM         F         LEC       Shakoor, Adam
91906         DT                              4           3:00PM - 4:55PM          MW        LEC       Franco, John
91907         DT                              4           5:00PM - 8:55PM          T         LEC       Shakoor, Adam
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                   CRN        Campus                         Credits           Time          Days     Type    Instructor


                  Chemistry        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  CHM 105 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY
                                   LAB FEE: $75.00
                  86214       DT                               4           5:00PM - 6:55PM     TR     LEC     Sole, David
                     88328    DT                               0           7:00PM - 8:55PM     T      LAB     Sole, David
                  86903       DT                               4          12:00PM - 1:55PM     MW     LEC     Akbarian, Fathali
                     86904    DT                               0          2:00PM - 3:55PM      W      LAB     Leavell, Bonita

                  CHM 136 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
                                 PRE-REQUISITES: CHM 105 AND MAT 112
                                 LAB FEE: $75.00
                  86219       DT                            4             9:00AM - 10:55AM     TR     LEC     Wittbrodt, Joanne
                     88330    DT                            0            11:00AM - 12:55PM     R      LAB     Akbarian, Fathali

                  CHM 145 GENERAL CHEMISTRY II
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: CHM 136
                                   LAB FEE: $75.00
                  92256       DT                               4          5:00PM - 6:55PM      MW     LEC     Diop, Seydou
                     92257    DT                               0          7:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LAB     Diop, Seydou

                  Chinese     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  CHN 101 CHINESE
                  92450       DT                               4          5:00PM - 8:55PM      M      LEC     Staff

                  Computer Information Systems                     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  CIS 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                   LAB FEE: $20.00
                  80332       DT                               4         11:00AM - 12:55PM     TR     LEC     Mwila, Apollinaris
                  80333       DT                               4         9:00AM - 12:55PM      S      LEC     Enteshary-Najafabady,
                  Abbas
                  84181       DT                               4         10:00AM - 11:55AM     MW     LEC     Mwila, Apollinaris
                  87019       DT                               4          5:00PM - 8:55PM      T      LEC     Chizick, John
                  90511       DT                               4          5:00PM - 8:55PM      R      LEC     Amirsadri, Roya

                  CIS 112 STRUCTURED DESIGN
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: CIS 110
                                   LAB FEE: $15.00
                  80346       DT                               3          6:00PM - 8:55PM      M      LEC     Jacob, Robert
                  91601       DT                               3          8:00AM - 9:25AM      TR     LEC     Jacob, Robert
                  91602       DT                               3          6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LEC     Mwila, Apollinaris

                  CIS 207 JAVA PROGRAMMING
                                   LAB FEE: $20.00
                  80355       DT                               4          5:00PM - 8:55PM      T      LEC     Scott, Regina

                  CIS 209 C PROGRAMMING LANGUAGE
                                   LAB FEE: $20.00
                  80357       DT                               4          5:00PM - 8:55PM      M      LEC     Amirsadri, Roya

                  CIS 210 INTRODUCTION TO UNIX
                  88550       DT                               3          6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LEC     Jacob, Robert

                  CIS 212 LINUX
                                   LAB FEE: $35.00
                  88299       DT                               4          5:00PM - 8:55PM      M      LEC     Staff

                  CIS 240 NETWORKING ESSENTIALS
                  88300       DT                               3          6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LEC     Wallace, Kimberly

                  CIS 241 INTERNET FOUNDATIONS
                  85995       DT                               4          5:00PM - 8:55PM      M      LEC     Enteshary-Najafabady, Abbas




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 CRN          Campus                         Credits            Time            Days         Type      Instructor


CIS 266 INTRODUCTION TO GRAPHIC DESIGN
                   LAB FEE: $20.00
88303         DT                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        MW        LEC       Demitrish, Deborah

Computer Technology Option                    www.wcccdbookstore.com

CT 203 DIGITAL LOGIC I
                   LAB FEE: $25.00
86538         DT                              4            9:00AM - 11:25AM        MW        IMB       Dunne, Joseph

CT 205 INTRODUCTION TO MICROPROCESSORS
                   LAB FEE: $25.00
81657         DT                              4            11:30AM - 1:55PM        MW        L/L       Dunne, Joseph

CT 209 COMPUTER REPAIR
                   LAB FEE: $35.00
80396         DT                              4            8:00AM - 1:55PM         F         LEC       Golshan, Rahmatollah

CT 211 COMPUTER NETWORKING I
                   LAB FEE: $35.00
88548         DT                               4            5:00PM - 8:55PM        TR        LEC       Williams, Tony
                   CLASS BEGINS ON 8/23/11 AND ENDS 10/4/2011.

CT 213 COMPUTER NETWORKING II
                   LAB FEE: $35.00
92258         DT                               4            5:00PM - 8:55PM        TR        LEC       Williams, Tony
                   CLASS BEGINS ON 10/6/11 AND ENDS 12/12/2011.

Corrections         www.wcccdbookstore.com

COR 110 INTRODUCTION TO DEVIANT BEHAVIOR
                   PRE-REQUISITES: COR 105
91908         DT                              3            3:00PM - 4:25PM         MW        LEC       Robinson, Deborah
92215         DT                              3            8:00AM - 9:25AM         TR        LEC       Wynn, Junetta

COR 200 SOCIAL SCIENCE FOR CORRECTIONAL PERSONNEL
                   PRE-REQUISITES: COR 100
91909         DT                              3            3:00PM - 4:25PM         TR        LEC       Martin, Eileen
92216         DT                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        MW        LEC       Martin, Eileen

COR 205 INSTITUTION CORRECTIONS PERSONNEL
91910         DT                              3             6:00PM - 8:55PM        T         LEC       Donaldson, Clinton
92217         DT                              3            9:00AM - 11:55AM        S         LEC       Wynn, Junetta

Criminal Justice          www.wcccdbookstore.com
CJS 100 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
80367         DT                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Evans, Warren
80368         DT                              3           12:00PM - 1:25PM         MW        LEC       Jackson, James
90512         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Martin, Eileen

Dietetic Technology             www.wcccdbookstore.com

DT 130 FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION
                   PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
82246         DT                              3            12:00PM - 2:55PM        S         LEC       Bryant, Joyce
92218         DT                              3            1:00PM - 2:25PM         TR        LEC       Aljawad, Najwa

Economics          www.wcccdbookstore.com

ECO 101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
80458         DT                              3             3:00PM - 4:25PM        MW        LEC       Ewen, Bruce
80460         DT                              3            12:00PM - 2:55PM        S         LEC       Manning, Paul
91911         DT                              3             8:00AM - 9:25AM        TR        LEC       Wilson, William
92219         DT                              3            8:00AM - 10:55AM        F         LEC       Wilson, William



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                  ECO 102 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: ECO 101
                  80472       DT                               3         3:00PM - 4:25PM      TR     LEC     Bell, Ronald L.
                  91603       DT                               3        9:00AM - 10:25AM      MW     LEC     Glowacki, David
                  91604       DT                               3        9:00AM - 11:55AM      S      LEC     Wilson, William
                  92220       DT                               3        11:00AM - 1:55PM      F      LEC     Bell, Ronald L.

                  ElectronicsTechnology              www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  EE 101 DIRECT CURRENT FUNDAMENTALS
                                   LAB FEE: $25.00
                  81654       DT                               4        11:00AM - 1:55PM      MW     LEC     Al-Saadi, Fadhil
                  84142       DT                               4        7:00PM - 9:55PM       TR     LEC     Lakkis, George

                  EE 102 AC FUNDAMENTALS
                                   LAB FEE: $25.00
                  81849       DT                               4        11:00AM - 1:55PM      TR     IMB     Lakkis, George

                  EE 107 MATH FOR E/E I
                  84143       DT                               4         5:00PM - 6:55PM      TR     LEC     Lakkis, George

                  EE 111 SOLID STATE FUNDAMENTALS
                                   LAB FEE: $25.00
                  90006       DT                               3        8:00AM - 10:55AM      F      LEC     Lakkis, George

                  EE 115 MATH FOR E/E II
                  90007       DT                               4        9:00AM - 10:55AM      TR     LEC     Lakkis, George

                  EE 205 LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS
                                   LAB FEE: $25.00
                  91886       DT                               2        12:00PM - 2:55PM      F      IMB     Basharat, Ahmed

                  English   www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  ENG 111 READING FOR CAREERS
                  80578       DT                               3        12:00PM - 1:25PM      TR     LEC     Cummings, Lynn
                  85996       DT                               3        9:00AM - 10:25AM      MW     LEC     Staff
                  85997       DT                               3        12:00PM - 2:55PM      S      LEC     Ridley, Janice
                  91912       DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      M      LEC     Chappell-Fuquay, Shirley
                  91913       DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LEC     Chappell-Fuquay, Shirley
                  92221       DT                               3        9:00AM - 11:55AM      F      LEC     Staff

                  ENG 112 CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING I
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 111
                  80583       DT                               3        11:00AM - 12:25PM     MW     LEC     Staff
                  80585       DT                               3         8:00AM - 9:25AM      TR     LEC     Staff
                  82580       DT                               3         8:00AM - 10:55AM     F      LEC     Staff
                  82929       DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LEC     Jackson, Carlson
                  82946       DT                               3        11:00AM - 12:25PM     TR     LEC     Staff
                  90008       DT                               3        9:00AM - 10:25AM      MW     LEC     Staff
                  90422       DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      M      LEC     Jackson, Carlson
                  90454       DT                               3        9:00AM - 11:55AM      S      LEC     Johnson, Tracy
                  92222       DT                               3         1:00PM - 2:25PM      MW     LEC     Staff
                  92223       DT                               3         3:00PM - 4:25PM      TR     LEC     Staff

                  ENG 113 CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING II
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 112
                  80605       DT                               3         12:00PM - 2:55PM     S      LEC     Staff
                  80606       DT                               3        9:00AM - 10:25AM      MW     LEC     Slavcheff, Mary
                  81403       DT                               3        11:00AM - 12:25PM     MW     LEC     Slavcheff, Mary
                  82950       DT                               3        10:00AM - 11:25AM     TR     LEC     Levin, Idele
                  85024       DT                               3         8:00AM - 9:25AM      TR     LEC     Hughes, Mildretta
                  89188       DT                               3        8:00AM - 10:55AM      F      LEC     Staff
                  90423       DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      M      LEC     Careathers, Christie
                  90456       DT                               3         1:00PM - 2:25PM      MW     LEC     Slavcheff, Mary
                  90458       DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LEC     Careathers, Christie
                  92128       DT                               3         3:00PM - 4:25PM      MW     LEC     Slavcheff, Mary

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  CRN         Campus                         Credits           Time             Days         Type      Instructor


92452         DT                              3           12:00PM - 1:25PM         TR        LEC       Hughes, Mildretta

ENG 114 CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING I
80617         DT                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        LEC       Staff
80620         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Franklin, Frederick
80621         DT                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Hughes, Mildretta
80622         DT                              3            1:00PM - 2:25PM         TR        LEC       Staff
80624         -A30DT                          3            1:00PM - 2:25PM         MW        LEC       Shepherd, Dolores
89126         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Franklin, Frederick
90424         DT                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM         S         LEC       Manciel, Carol
90455         DT                              3            11:00AM - 1:55PM        F         LEC       Staff
92129         DT                              3            9:00AM - 10:25AM        MW        LEC       Shepherd, Dolores
92130         DT                              3            8:00AM - 9:25AM         TR        LEC       Staff

ENG 115 CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING II
                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 114
80643         DT                              3            1:00PM - 2:25PM         MW        LEC       Staff
80645         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Jackson, Carlson
80646         DT                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Staff
82577         DT                              3           12:00PM - 1:25PM         TR        LEC       Staff
82952         DT                              3            2:00PM - 3:25PM         TR        LEC       Staff
89189         DT                              3           11:00AM - 1:55PM         F         LEC       Hill, Betty
90425         DT                              3            3:00PM - 4:25PM         MW        LEC       Shepherd, Dolores
90457         DT                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        LEC       Staff
90459         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Jackson, Carlson

ENG 119 ENGLISH I
80524         -A30DT                          3           11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        LEC       Ford, Margaret
80525         DT                              3            1:00PM - 2:25PM         MW        LEC       Wallace, Sharon
80528         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LEC       Leitch, Leslie
80529         DT                              3            8:00AM - 9:25AM         TR        LEC       Staff
80532         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Alhumdi, Taha
80533         DT                              3           8:00AM - 10:55AM         F         LEC       Lanclos, Julie
80535         DT                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM         S         LEC       Lanclos, Julie
80536         DT                              3           12:00PM - 1:25PM         TR        LEC       Waller, Rayfield
80537         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       David, Amal
89023         DT                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Waller, Rayfield
89024         DT                              3           9:00AM - 10:25AM         MW        LEC       Ford, Margaret
89025         DT                              3           11:00AM - 1:55PM         F         LEC       Lanclos, Julie
89132         DT                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Lanclos, Julie
90357         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Leitch, Leslie
91915         DT                              3            2:00PM - 3:25PM         TR        LEC       Waller, Rayfield
92131         DT                              3            3:00PM - 4:25PM         MW        LEC       Wallace, Sharon

ENG 120 ENGLISH II
                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 119 OR ENG 110
80666         DT                               3          11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        LEC       Mueckenheim, Robert
80667         DT                               3           1:00PM - 2:25PM         MW        LEC       Mueckenheim, Robert
80669         DT                               3          10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Mueckenheim, Robert
80670         DT                               3          12:00PM - 1:25PM         TR        LEC       Wallace, Sharon
80671         DT                               3          9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Anyanetu, Patrick
80672         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Olojo, Olubusayo
80673         DT                               3          11:00AM - 1:55PM         F         LEC       Campbell, Robert
89027         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LEC       Olojo, Olubusayo
89028         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Leitch, Leslie
90358         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Staff
91916         DT                               3          9:00AM - 10:25AM         MW        LEC       Staff
91917         DT                               3           8:00AM - 9:25AM         TR        LEC       Staff
91918         DT                               3           3:00PM - 4:25PM         MW        LEC       Staff
91919         DT                               3           2:00PM - 3:25PM         TR        LEC       Wallace, Sharon
92132         DT                               3          8:00AM - 10:55AM         F         LEC       Burnett, John

ENG 134 TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS
92133         DT                              3            2:00PM - 3:25PM         TR        LEC       Staff




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                   CRN        Campus                         Credits         Time           Days     Type    Instructor


                  ENG 228 INTRODUCTION TO FOLKLORE AND MYTHOLOGY
                              PRE-REQUISITE ENG 120
                  81663       DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      T      LEC     Mueckenheim, Robert

                  ENG 260 INTRODUCTION TO AFRICAN-AMERICAN LITERATURE
                  80720       DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      R      LEC     Waller, Rayfield

                  ENG 280 CREATIVE WRITING
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 120
                  80724       DT                               3        11:00AM - 1:55PM      F      LEC     Cintron, Esperanza

                  ENG 285 CHILDREN’S LITERATURE
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 120
                  80727       DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LEC     Mueckenheim, Robert

                  French     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  FRE 101 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
                  92124       DT                               4         5:00PM - 8:55PM      T      LEC     Saab, Dib

                  Geology     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  GEL 210 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY LECTURE
                                   LAB FEE: $75.00
                  80750       DT                               4         9:00AM - 10:55AM     MW     LEC     Simms, Frederick
                     88327    DT                               0        11:00AM - 11:55AM     MW     LAB     Simms, Frederick

                  German      www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  GRM 101 INTRODUCTION TO GERMAN
                  92125       DT                               4         5:00PM - 8:55PM      R      LEC     Staff

                  History    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  HIS 151 WORLD CIVILIZATION I PRE-HISTORY-1650
                  80761       DT                               3         8:00AM - 9:25AM      TR     LEC     Shepherd, Kenneth
                  80762       DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LEC     Griggs, Michael

                  HIS 249 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I 1607 - 1865
                  91605       DT                               3        11:00AM - 12:25PM     MW     LEC     Staff
                  91606       DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      R      LEC     Peace, Wallace

                  HIS 261 AFRICAN- AMERICAN HISTORY I
                  84157       DT                               3        12:00PM - 2:55PM      F      LEC     Boykin, Peter

                  Human Services           www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  HUS 105 GROUP EXPRESSION FOR SELF GROWTH I
                  80811       DT                               3         9:00AM - 11:55AM     S      LEC     Watson, Carol
                  89167       DT                               3         8:00AM - 9:25AM      TR     LEC     Witherspoon, Doris
                  90362       DT                               3         1:00PM - 3:55PM      F      LEC     Watson, Carol
                  91873       DT                               3        11:00AM - 12:25PM     MW     LEC     Watson, Carol

                  HUS 110 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES
                  80817       DT                               3        12:00PM - 2:55PM      S      LEC     Watson, Carol
                  91608       DT                               3        12:00PM - 1:25PM      TR     LEC     Tinsley Jr, Clifford
                  91874       DT                               3        9:00AM - 10:25AM      MW     LEC     Watson, Carol

                  HUS 120 GROUP AND SOCIAL PROCESS I
                  92135       DT                               3         2:00PM - 3:25PM      TR     LEC     Tinsley Jr, Clifford

                  HUS 220 GROUP AND SOCIAL PROCESS II
                  92136       DT                               3        8:00AM - 10:55AM      F      LEC     Tinsley Jr, Clifford




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 CRN          Campus                         Credits           Time             Days         Type      Instructor


HUS 235 LIFE STYLES OF AGING
80823         DT                               3           3:00PM - 4:25PM         MW        LEC       Watson, Carol

Humanities          www.wcccdbookstore.com

HUM 101 INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS
80793         DT                               3           8:00AM - 9:25AM         TR        LEC       Danquah, Rochelle
86900         DT                               3           3:00PM - 4:25PM         MW        LEC       Melikan, Christopher
90361         DT                               3          12:00PM - 2:55PM         F         LEC       Anderson, Gary
90543         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Chatman, Marvin
92134         DT                               3          9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Chaudhery, Virinder

HUM 102 INTRODUCTION TO THE PERFORMING ARTS
80801         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LEC       Chatman, Marvin

Japanese       www.wcccdbookstore.com

JPN 101 JAPANESE I
92121         DT                               4           5:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Staff

Law Enforcement Administration                     www.wcccdbookstore.com

LEA 210 HIGHWAY AND TRAFFIC CONTROL
                   PRE-REQUISITES: CJS 100 AND LEA 201
91877         DT                                3         9:00AM - 11:25AM         F         LEC       Robinson, Deborah

LEA 230 FUNDAMENTALS OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
91625         DT                               3          9:00AM - 11:55AM         M         LEC       Evans, Warren
91627         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Wynn, Junetta
91878         DT                               3          12:00PM - 2:55PM         F         LEC       Robinson, Deborah

LEA 231 CRIMINAL LAW AND JUSTICE I
91629         DT                               3          9:00AM - 11:55AM         T         LEC       Staff
91630         DT                               3          6:00PM - 8:55PM          R         LEC       Lipscomb, Willie
91875         DT                               3          6:00PM - 8:55PM          M         LEC       Lipscomb, Willie

LEA 250 SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
91632         DT                               3          9:00AM - 11:55AM         F         LEC       Williams, Arthur
91730         DT                               3          12:00PM - 2:55PM         F         LEC       Williams, Arthur
91876         DT                               3          6:00PM - 8:55PM          W         LEC       Williams, Arthur

Management            www.wcccdbookstore.com

MGT 205 MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
81002         DT                             3            8:00AM - 10:55AM         F         LEC       Scott, Michael
86005         DT                             3            1:00PM - 3:55PM          MW        LEC       Fairbanks, Douglas
                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS ON 10/6/2011
91634         DT                             3           10:00AM - 11:25AM         TR        LEC       Miller, April

Marketing          www.wcccdbookstore.com

MKT 200 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
81009         DT                             3            6:00PM - 8:55PM          T         LEC       Ellis, Mary
86006         DT                             3            1:00PM - 3:55PM          MW        LEC       Fairbanks, Douglas
                 CLASS BEGINS ON 10/11/2011 AND ENDS ON 12/8/2011.
91635         DT                             3           11:00AM - 1:55PM          F         LEC       Manning, Paul

Mathematics          www.wcccdbookstore.com

MAT 100 BASIC MATHEMATICS
80860         DT                               3          10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Mickens, McArthur
80861         DT                               3          11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        LEC       Mickens, McArthur
80863         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Cheeramvelil, Kuriakose
80864         DT                               3          9:00AM - 10:25AM         MW        LEC       Peete, Theressa
80865         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LEC       Wren, Stephanie
80866         DT                               3          12:00PM - 1:25PM         TR        LEC       Gunasekera, Thilak

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                   CRN       Campus                         Credits         Time           Days     Type    Instructor


                  80868      DT                               3        9:00AM - 11:55AM      S      LEC     Gunasekera, Thilak
                  85176      DT                               3         1:00PM - 2:25PM      MW     LEC     Peete, Theressa
                  87017      DT                               3         1:00PM - 3:55PM      F      LEC     Zorkot, Mohamed
                  89135      DT                               3         8:00AM - 9:25AM      TR     LEC     Haidar, Fadia
                  90363      DT                               3        12:00PM - 2:55PM      S      LEC     Zorkot, Mohamed
                  92137      DT                               3        2:00PM - 3:25PM       TR     LEC     Weiss, Mark
                  92138      DT                               3        3:00PM - 4:25PM       MW     LEC     Staff
                  92235      DT                               3        4:00PM - 5:25PM       TR     LEC     Gunasekera, Thilak

                  MAT 105 PRE ALGEBRA
                  80889      DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LEC     Wren, Stephanie
                  80892      -A30DT                           3        11:00AM - 12:25PM     MW     LEC     Franco, John
                  80895      DT                               3        10:00AM - 11:25AM     TR     LEC     Kendall, Shayna
                  80896      DT                               3        12:00PM - 1:25PM      TR     LEC     Cooper, Tyrone
                  80897      DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      M      LEC     Boman, Scott
                  84900      DT                               3        9:00AM - 11:55AM      S      LEC     Zorkot, Mohamed
                  84969      DT                               3         3:00PM - 4:25PM      MW     LEC     Kendall, Shayna
                  85029      DT                               3         1:00PM - 2:25PM      MW     LEC     Yee, Sally
                  85175      DT                               3        9:00AM - 10:25AM      MW     LEC     Cole, Henry
                  85216      DT                               3         8:00AM - 9:25AM      TR     LEC     Weiss, Mark
                  87030      DT                               3        12:00PM - 2:55PM      S      LEC     Hailat, Mohammed
                  90364      DT                               3         8:00AM - 10:55AM     F      LEC     Haidar, Fadia
                  90418      DT                               3        11:00AM - 1:55PM      F      LEC     Shalan, Salah
                  90460      DT                               3         2:00PM - 3:25PM      TR     LEC     Franco, John
                  91879      DT                               3         4:00PM - 5:25PM      TR     LEC     Cheeramvelil, Kuriakose

                  MAT 110 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
                  80920      DT                               3        9:00AM - 11:55AM      F      LEC     Peete, Theressa
                  87018      DT                               3        6:00PM - 8:55PM       R      LEC     Uduma, Amos
                  91637      DT                               3        6:00PM - 8:55PM       W      LEC     Uduma, Amos

                  MAT 112 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
                                  PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 100 OR MAT 105
                  80925      DT                               3         12:00PM - 2:55PM     F      LEC     Boman, Scott
                  80927      DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      T      LEC     Yee, Sally
                  80929      DT                               3        11:00AM - 12:25PM     MW     LEC     Cole, Henry
                  80934      DT                               3        9:00AM - 11:55AM      S      LEC     Boman, Scott
                  81405      DT                               3         8:00AM - 9:25AM      TR     LEC     Hailat, Mohammed
                  92140      DT                               3         1:00PM - 2:25PM      MW     LEC     Hailat, Mohammed
                  92141      DT                               3         2:00PM - 3:25PM      TR     LEC     Hailat, Mohammed

                  MAT 113 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
                                  PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 112
                  80945      DT                               3         3:00PM - 4:25PM      MW     LEC     Cheeramvelil, Kuriakose
                  80946      DT                               3        12:30PM - 1:55PM      TR     LEC     Yee, Sally
                  80947      DT                               3        11:00AM - 1:55PM      F      LEC     Beydoun, Ghada
                  80948      DT                               3        6:00PM - 8:55PM       M      LEC     Cheeramvelil, Kuriakose
                  90419      DT                               3        9:00AM - 11:55AM      S      LEC     Uduma, Kalu
                  90461      DT                               3        12:00PM - 2:55PM      S      LEC     Uduma, Kalu
                  92143      DT                               3        8:00AM - 10:55AM      F      LEC     Beydoun, Ghada
                  92144      DT                               3        2:00PM - 3:25PM       TR     LEC     Cole, Richard

                  MAT 121 TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS I
                  90011      DT                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM      R      LEC     Powell, Cary

                  MAT 155 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
                                  PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 113
                  80969      DT                               4         8:00AM - 9:55AM      TR     LEC     Houh, Chorng
                  80970      DT                               4         1:00PM - 2:55PM      MW     LEC     Opalinski, Bob

                  MAT 156 TRIGONOMETRY
                                  PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 155
                  80982      DT                               4        10:00AM - 11:55AM     TR     LEC     Houh, Chorng




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 CRN          Campus                          Credits           Time            Days         Type      Instructor


MAT 171 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 156
91880         DT                               4           5:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Staff

MAT 272 LINEAR ALGEBRA
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 271
80991         DT                               4           5:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Staff

Mechatronics          www.wcccdbookstore.com

MCT 203 MECHATRONICS II
                   LAB FEE: $25.00
91887         DT                               3           9:00AM - 12:55PM        W         IMB       Staff

Mental Health Work               www.wcccdbookstore.com

MEH 140 MENTAL HEALTH LEGAL INFORMATION
92145         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Ward, Sarah

MEH 210 INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP TECHNIQUE II
92146         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Tinsley Jr, Clifford

MEH 226 FIELD WORK II: AGENCY PLACEMENT
91881         DT                               4           5:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LEC       Tinsley Jr, Clifford

MEH 240 PSYCHOPATHOLOGY AND BEHAVIOR I
91882         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Tinsley Jr, Clifford

Office Information Systems                   www.wcccdbookstore.com

OIS 100 KEYBOARDING
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
86034         DT                               3          11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        IMB       Haynes, Mary

OIS 101 KEYBOARDING FUNDAMENTALS
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
86042         DT                               3           12:30PM - 1:55PM        TR        IMB       Haynes, Mary

OIS 227 DESKTOP PUBLISHING I
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
86367         DT                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM        TR        IMB       Cook, Lonia
                   CLASS BEGINS ON 8/23/11 AND ENDS 10/4/2011.

OIS 228 DESKTOP PUBLISHING II
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
85993         DT                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM        TR        IMB       Cook, Lonia
                   CLASS BEGINS ON 10/6/11 AND ENDS 12/12/2011.

OIS 251 MICROSOFT WORD SPECIALIST
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
86402         DT                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM        MW        IMB       Haynes, Mary
                   CLASS BEGINS ON 8/24/11 AND ENDS 10/3/2011.

OIS 252 MICROSOFT EXCEL SPECIALIST
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
86403         DT                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM        MW        IMB       Haynes, Mary
                   CLASS BEGINS ON 10/5/11 AND ENDS 12/12/2011.

OIS 280 OFFICE ADMINISTRATION AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
86047         DT                               3           9:00AM - 11:55AM        S         IMB       Haynes, Mary

Paralegal Technology             www.wcccdbookstore.com

PLT 105 LEGAL INTERVIEWS AND INVESTIGATIONS
81095         DT                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LEC       McCarroll-Jones, Darren


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                  PLT 120 LEGAL RESEARCH WRITING I
                  81096        DT                            3           6:00PM - 8:55PM      T      LEC     Hutcherson, Diane

                  PLT 135 PROFESSIONAL RESPONSIBILITY/LEGAL ETHICS
                  85087        DT                            3           6:00PM - 8:55PM      R      LEC     Hutcherson, Diane

                  PLT 160 GENERAL PRACTICE SURVEY
                  88732        DT                            3          12:00PM - 2:55PM      S      LEC     Hutcherson, Diane

                  PLT 170 PROBATE LAW AND PRACTICE
                  88733        DT                            3          9:00AM - 11:55AM      S      LEC     McCarroll-Jones, Darren

                  PLT 210 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND PROCEDURES
                  88305        DT                            3           6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LEC     Hutcherson, Diane

                  Philosophy        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  PHL 101 COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS I
                  81070        DT                            3          10:00AM - 11:25AM     TR     LEC     Chambers, James

                  PHL 201 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
                  86009        DT                            3           6:00PM - 8:55PM      M      LEC     Rashid, Harun

                  PHL 221 ETHICS
                  90016        DT                            3           1:00PM - 2:25PM      MW     LEC     Mc Graw, David

                  Physics    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  PHY 115 FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYSICS
                                    LAB FEE: $75.00
                  81091        DT                            4           9:00AM - 10:55AM     MW     LEC     Bagchi, Bhawatosh
                     86869     DT                            0          11:00AM - 12:55PM     W      LAB     Bagchi, Bhawatosh

                  PHY 275 PHYSICS FOR SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS II
                                  PRE-REQUISITES: PHY 265 AND MAT 172
                                  LAB FEE: $30.00
                  90282        DT                             4          5:00PM - 6:55PM      MW     LEC     Bagchi, Bhawatosh
                     90283     DT                             0          7:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LAB     Bagchi, Bhawatosh

                  Political Science        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  PS 101 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
                  81106        DT                            3           9:00AM - 10:25AM     MW     LEC     Muyia, Harrison
                  81108        DT                            3            6:00PM - 8:55PM     M      LEC     Wright, Michael
                  81109        DT                            3          11:00AM - 12:25PM     TR     LEC     Walker, Steven
                  81111        DT                            3            6:00PM - 8:55PM     W      LEC     Ibe, Frank
                  81112        DT                            3            6:00PM - 8:55PM     T      LEC     Wright, Michael
                  81114        DT                            3           12:00PM - 2:55PM     S      LEC     Surowitz, Marvin
                  84804        DT                            3          11:00AM - 12:25PM     MW     LEC     Nichols, William
                  85018        DT                            3          9:00AM - 10:25AM      TR     LEC     O’Mara, Erin
                  90365        DT                            3           1:00PM - 2:25PM      MW     LEC     Muyia, Harrison
                  90366        DT                            3            1:00PM - 2:25PM     TR     LEC     Walker, Steven
                  91883        DT                            3            3:00PM - 4:25PM     MW     LEC     Muyia, Harrison
                  91884        DT                            3            3:00PM - 4:25PM     TR     LEC     Hoffman, Mark
                  91885        DT                            3           9:00AM - 11:55AM     F      LEC     Webster, Stella
                  92147        DT                            3           9:00AM - 11:55AM     S      LEC     Wright, Michael
                  92148        DT                            3           12:00PM - 2:55PM     F      LEC     Webster, Stella
                  92149        DT                            3           6:00PM - 8:55PM      R      LEC     Hoffman, Mark

                  Psychology        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  PSY 101 INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
                  81150        DT                            3          11:00AM - 12:25PM     MW     LEC     Monroe, Nellie
                  81151        DT                            3          12:00PM - 1:25PM      TR     LEC     Schultz, Karen
                  81152        DT                            3           6:00PM - 8:55PM      T      LEC     Jones, Charles
                  81153        DT                            3           6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LEC     Ross, Sonya


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  CRN         Campus                         Credits           Time             Days         Type      Instructor


81154         DT                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Schultz, Karen
81156         DT                              3            1:00PM - 2:25PM         MW        LEC       Monroe, Nellie
81158         DT                              3            1:00PM - 3:55PM         F         LEC       Simpson, Sheabra
85019         DT                              3           9:00AM - 10:25AM         MW        LEC       Schultz, Karen
85083         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Nuga, Olukayode
85737         DT                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Wallace, Denise
86015         DT                              3            8:00AM - 9:25AM         TR        LEC       Schultz, Karen
90367         DT                              3            2:00PM - 3:25PM         TR        LEC       Tunstull, Barbara
90368         DT                              3            3:00PM - 4:25PM         MW        LEC       Anthony, Bart
90515         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LEC       Monroe, Nellie
92150         DT                              3           8:00AM - 10:55AM         F         LEC       Anthony, Bart
92151         DT                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM         S         LEC       Wallace, Denise

PSY 202 HUMAN SEXUALITY
86017         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Ridley, June

PSY 220 CHILD GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT
                   PRE-REQUISITES: PSY 101
81647         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Monroe, Nellie

PSY 230 PSYCHOLOGY OF ADJUSTMENT
90017         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LEC       Simpson, Sheabra

PSY 260 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
86018         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Jones, Charles

Sociology       www.wcccdbookstore.com

SOC 100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
81213         DT                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        LEC       Waters, Thomas
81216         DT                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Waters, Thomas
81217         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Campbell, Raymond
81218         DT                              3           11:00AM - 1:55PM         F         LEC       Waters, Thomas
81219         DT                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM         S         LEC       Campbell, Raymond
85021         DT                              3           9:00AM - 10:25AM         MW        LEC       Lynum, Carmen
85023         DT                              3           8:00AM - 10:55AM         F         LEC       Campbell, Raymond
85081         DT                              3            8:00AM - 9:25AM         TR        LEC       Henderson, Joyce
85990         DT                              3            1:00PM - 2:25PM         MW        LEC       Waters, Thomas
90420         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         M         LEC       Adams, Kimberly
90462         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Campbell, Raymond
90516         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Pettis, Eugene
92152         -A30DT                          3            3:00PM - 4:25PM         MW        LEC       Waters, Thomas
92153         DT                              3            2:00PM - 3:25PM         TR        LEC       Bonner, Derrick

SOC 103 SOCIAL PROBLEMS
86020         DT                              3           12:00PM - 1:25PM         TR        LEC       Steingold, Jacqueline

SOC 230 ETHNIC MINORITIES
91640         DT                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Tucker, Norma

Spanish      www.wcccdbookstore.com

SPA 101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
81247         DT                              4           9:00AM - 10:55AM         MW        LEC       Santiz, Jose
92127         DT                              4           1:00PM - 2:55PM          TR        LEC       Santiz, Jose

Speech       www.wcccdbookstore.com

SPH 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
81263         DT                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        LEC       Gadson, Jacqueline
81265         DT                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Hatcher, Georgia
81266         -A30DT                          3            1:00PM - 2:25PM         MW        LEC       Gadson, Jacqueline
81268         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Douglas, Andrew
81269         DT                              3           8:00AM - 10:55AM         F         LEC       Gadson, Jacqueline
81270         DT                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM         S         LEC       Abinojar, Charmica
89031         DT                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Softley, Lindasusan
89131         DT                              3           12:00PM - 1:25PM         TR        LEC       Hatcher, Georgia

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                   CRN       Campus                        Credits            Time          Days     Type    Instructor


                  90421      DT                                  3       9:00AM - 10:25AM     MW     LEC     Gadson, Jacqueline
                  90463      DT                                  3       2:00PM - 3:35PM      TR     LEC     Hatcher, Georgia

                  Telecommunications           www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  TCM 200 INTRODUCTION TO TELECOMMUNICATIONS
                  81658      DT                                  3       6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      IMB     Jenkins, Tonia

                  Veterinary Technology           www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  VTP 103 LABORATORY ANIMAL MEDICINE - LECTURE
                  81312      DT                                  2       6:00PM - 6:55PM      MW     LEC     Staff
                                  CLASS MEETS AT 259 MACK AVE.

                  VTP 104 LABORATORY ANIMAL MEDICINE - LABORATORY
                  82269      DT                                  2       7:00PM - 8:55PM      MW     LAB     Staff
                                  CLASS MEETS AT 259 MACK AVE.

                  VTP 123 VETERINARY TECH PRACTICUM I
                  82271      DT                                  4              -                    LAB     Staff
                                  CLASS MEETS AT 259 MACK AVE.

                  VTP 201 SMALL ANIMAL TECHNOLOGY II: LECTURE
                  81313      DT                                  2       6:00PM - 6:55PM      TR     LEC     Staff
                                  CLASS MEETS AT 259 MACK AVE.

                  VTP 202 SMALL ANIMAL TECHNOLOGY II: LABORATORY
                  82270      DT                                  2       7:00PM - 8:55PM      TR     LAB     Staff
                                  CLASS MEETS AT 259 MACK AVE.

                  VTP 233 VETERINARY TECHNICIAN PRACTICUM II
                  82272      DT                                  4              -                    CLN     Staff
                                  CLASS MEETS AT 259 MACK AVE.

                  VTP 243 VETERINARY TECHNICIAN PRACTICUM III
                  82273      DT                                  2              -                    CLN     Staff
                                  CLASS MEETS AT 259 MACK AVE.

                  Water Treatment Technologies                   www.wcccdbookstore.com

                  WET 101 WATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
                  88658      DT                                  3       6:00PM - 8:55PM      M      LEC     Staff

                  WET 102 WASTEWATER TREATMENT TECHNOLOGIES
                  88659      DT                                  3       6:00PM - 8:55PM      W      LEC     Staff




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These accelerated courses allow the student to
complete each class in seven and a half weeks or less.



CRN            Campus                         Credits             Time           Days        Type      Instructor


Anthropology            www.wcccdbookstore.com

ANT 150 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL STUDIES
91991          DT                            1             12:00PM - 1:55PM        W         LEC       Chapman, Yolanda
                  FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE FIRST 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER
91992          DT                            1             9:00AM - 10:55AM        S         LEC       Gellci, Diana
                  FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE FIRST 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

Computer Technology Option                    www.wcccdbookstore.com

CT 211 COMPUTER NETWORKING I
                    LAB FEE: $35.00
88548          DT                               4            5:00PM - 8:55PM       TR        LEC       Williams, Tony
                    CLASS BEGINS ON 8/23/11 AND ENDS 10/4/2011.

CT 213 COMPUTER NETWORKING II
                    LAB FEE: $35.00
92258          DT                               4            5:00PM - 8:55PM       TR        LEC       Williams, Tony
                    CLASS BEGINS ON 10/6/11 AND ENDS 12/12/2011.

Management             www.wcccdbookstore.com

MGT 205 MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
86005          DT                               3            1:00PM - 3:55PM       MW        LEC       Fairbanks, Douglas
                    CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS ON 10/6/2011

Marketing           www.wcccdbookstore.com

MKT 200 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
86006          DT                               3           1:00PM - 3:55PM        MW        LEC       Fairbanks, Douglas
                    CLASS BEGINS ON 10/11/2011 AND ENDS ON 12/8/2011.

Office Information Systems                 www.wcccdbookstore.com

OIS 227 DESKTOP PUBLISHING I
                    LAB FEE: $15.00
86367          DT                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM       TR        IMB       Cook, Lonia
                    CLASS BEGINS ON 8/23/11 AND ENDS 10/4/2011.

OIS 228 DESKTOP PUBLISHING II
                    LAB FEE: $15.00
85993          DT                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM       TR        IMB       Cook, Lonia
                    CLASS BEGINS ON 10/6/11 AND ENDS 12/12/2011.

OIS 251 MICROSOFT WORD SPECIALIST
                    LAB FEE: $15.00
86402          DT                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM       MW        IMB       Haynes, Mary
                    CLASS BEGINS ON 8/24/11 AND ENDS 10/3/2011.

OIS 252 MICROSOFT EXCEL SPECIALIST
                    LAB FEE: $15.00
86403          DT                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM       MW        IMB       Haynes, Mary
                    CLASS BEGINS ON 10/5/11 AND ENDS 12/12/2011.




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EASTERN CAMPUS


                                          Dr. Sandra Truitt Robinson
                                          President, Corporate College at Eastern Campus




                      Welcome to the Corporate College at the Eastern Campus and the University
                      Center, home to exciting programs in advanced technology, information systems,
                      the State of Michigan Learning Lab, and the Entrepreneurship Institute and
                      Resource Center.

                      This is an exciting time to be a part of a vibrant learning community that extends
                      throughout our service area.You will find an array of traditional courses and non-
                      credit/workforce development offerings designed to meet the needs of a dynamic,
                      challenging and competitive environment at the Eastern Campus.As well, the
                      University Center located in Harper Woods partners with leading upper-division
                      and graduate-level institutions providing a pathway for those seeking baccalaureate
                      or graduate degrees.

                      Along with a commitment to provide exceptional academic and career programs,
                      our faculty and staff work to create opportunities for transformation and growth
                      within our region.We support local businesses, organizations, entrepreneurs and
                      faith-based groups in attaining their strategic goals and successful outcomes
                      through the provision of workshops and seminars.

                      We hope that you will take advantage of the many opportunities at the Corporate
                      College at Eastern Campus and the University Center that can help you succeed
                      on your educational journey. I encourage you to work hard, set high expectations
                      and rise to achieve your goals and aspirations.




                      Dr. Sandra Truitt Robinson
                      President, Corporate College at Eastern Campus




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                                                                                                        5901 Conner
                                                                                                        Detroit, MI 48213

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   • Business Administration                                                                • Industrial Computer Graphics
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   • Graphic Design
   • Geothermal Technology -
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                 Course    Course Name                       CRN          Time            Type


                                            FRIDAY OFFERINGS
                 BUS 175   SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT         91823    6:00PM - 8:55PM      LEC
                 ENT 100   INTRODUCTION TO
                           ENTREPRENEURSHIP                  91826    6:00PM - 8:55PM      LEC
                 HUM 101   INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS   91841    6:00PM - 8:55PM      LEC
                 HUM 231   INTRODUCTION TO FILM              81779    6:00PM - 8:55PM      LEC
                 PRM 101   INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT
                           MANAGEMENT                        91616    6:00PM - 8:55PM      LEC
                 PS 101    AMERICAN GOVERNMENT               89888    6:00PM - 8:55PM      LEC
                 PSY 101   INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY           91832    6:00PM - 8:55PM      LEC
                 SOC 100   INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY         91838    6:00PM - 8:55PM      LEC

                                        SATURDAY OFFERINGS
                 AAS 131   AMERICAN GOVERNMENT & AFRICAN
                           AMERICAN STRUGGLE                 84020    9:00AM - 12:55PM     LEC
                 AAS 237   ILLEGAL DRUG TRAFFIC AND THE
                           AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY        84021    1:00PM - 3:55PM      LEC
                 BL 201    BUSINESS LAW I                    81590    9:00AM - 12:55PM     LEC
                 BUS 150   INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS          81599   12:00PM - 2:55PM      LEC
                 BUS 177   SMALL BUSINESS FINANCING          90374    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                 BUS 221   BUSINESS STATISTICS               91611    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                 CAD 101   FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER AID
                           DRAFTING                          91622    9:00AM - 12:55PM     LEC
                 CIS 267   UNDERSTANDING DEVELOPMENT
                           MULTIMEDIA                        91847   12:00PM - 2:55PM      LEC
                 ENG 112   CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING I    89895    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                 ENG 113   CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING II   81474   12:00PM - 2:55PM      LEC
                 ENG 114   CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING I    80631   12:00PM - 2:55PM      LEC
                 ENG 115   CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING II   80651    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                 ENG 119   ENGLISH I                         89874    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                 ENG 120   ENGLISH II                        89875   12:00PM - 2:55PM      LEC
                 HVA 201   INTRODUCTION TO BOILER PLANT
                           MAINTENANCE                       91835   12:00PM - 2:55PM      LEC
                 MAT 100   BASIC MATHEMATICS                 81478    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                 MAT 105   PRE ALGEBRA                       84090   12:00PM - 2:55PM      LEC
                 MAT 121   TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS I           89885    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                 MAT 122   TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS II          89886   12:00PM - 2:55PM      LEC
                 MAT 155   COLLEGE ALGEBRA                   90372    9:00AM - 12:55PM     LEC
                 OIS 100   KEYBOARDING                       88623    9:00AM - 11:55AM     IMB
                 PRN 101   INTRO. TO PRINT TECHNOLOGY        84134    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                 PSY 101   INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY           91833    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                 SPH 101   FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH            81276    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                 WLT 210   CERTIFICATION WELDING PRACTICES   91834    9:00AM - 1:55PM      LEC
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 CRN          Campus                         Credits           Time             Days         Type      Instructor




               Fall 2011
Accounting         www.wcccdbookstore.com

ACC 110 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
91642         EA                              4           10:00AM - 11:55AM        TR        LEC       Price, Lawrence

African-American Studies               www.wcccdbookstore.com

AAS 131 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STRUGGLE
80003         EA                              4            6:00PM - 9:55PM         M         LEC       Friley III, Grant
83978         EA                              4           10:00AM - 11:55AM        TR        LEC       Griggs, Michael
84020         EA                              4           9:00AM - 12:55PM         S         LEC       Shakoor, Adam

AAS 237 ILLEGAL DRUG TRAFFIC AND THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY
84021         EA                              3            1:00PM - 3:55PM         S         LEC       Friley III, Grant

Art     www.wcccdbookstore.com

ART 101 DRAWING I
80077         EA                              3           10:00AM - 3:55PM         F         LEC       Slobodzian, Sarah

ART 102 DRAWING II
              PRE-REQUISITE: ART 101
91820         EA                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM         MW        LEC       Slobodzian, Sarah

ART 121 PAINTING I
80083         EA                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         TR        LEC       Roland, Arthur

ART 122 PAINTING II
              PRE-REQUISITE: ART 101
91822         EA                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM         MW        LEC       Roland, Arthur

ART 131 CERAMICS I
                   LAB FEE: $30.00
81552         EA                              3            1:00PM - 3:55PM         TR        LEC       Staff

Business       www.wcccdbookstore.com

BUS 150 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
80254         EA                              3           12:00PM - 1:25PM         TR        LEC       Ellis, Mary
81599         EA                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM         S         LEC       Mason Mathews, Wendy
92473         EA                              3           6:00PM - 8:55PM          W         ITV       Staff

BUS 175 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
91823         EA                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         F         LEC       Wallace, Jack

BUS 177 SMALL BUSINESS FINANCING
              PRE-REQUISITE: BUS 150
90374         EA                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Knox, Clint

BUS 221 BUSINESS STATISTICS
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 113
91611         EA                              3            9:00AM - 11:55AM        S         LEC       Staff
91643         EA                              3           11:30AM - 12:55PM        TR        LEC       Staff

BUS 225 COMPUTER APPLICATION IN BUSINESS
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
80274         EA                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM         F         LEC       Moore, Dawnita
81600         EA                              3           6:00PM - 8:55PM          T         LEC       Mason Mathews, Wendy




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                  CRN       Campus                         Credits             Time             Days         Type   Instructor

                 BUS 228 INTERNET WEB PAGE DESIGN FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
                               PRE-REQUISITE: OIS 101 RECOMMENDED, BUS 225 OR CIS 110
                               LAB FEE: $15.00
                 80286      EA                             3         9:00AM - 11:55AM              F         LEC    Manigault, Katrina

                 BUS 240 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
                            PRE-REQUISITE: BUS 150
                 81588      EA                               3            7:00PM - 9:55PM          W         LEC    Mason Mathews, Wendy

                 Business Law       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 BL 201 BUSINESS LAW I
                 81590      EA                               4           9:00AM - 12:55PM          S         LEC    Ratliff, Carl

                 Computer Aided Drafting             www.wcccdbookstore.com
                 CAD 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPUTER AID DRAFTING
                                 LAB FEE: $35.00
                 81601      EA                               4           8:30AM - 12:25PM          M         LEC    Elzein, Raja
                 91622      EA                               4           9:00AM - 12:55PM          S         LEC    Ferdon, David

                 CAD 110 INTRODUCTION TO UNIGRAPHICS CAD/CAM
                               PRE-REQUISITE: DRT 102 OR MAT 121
                               LAB FEE: $45.00
                 89866      EA                            4               6:00PM - 9:55PM          M         LEC    Staff
                 89867      EA                            4              8:30AM - 12:25PM          W         LEC    Elzein, Raja

                 CAD 121 TOOL AND FIXTURE DETAILING
                                PRE-REQUISITES: CAD 102 OR CAD 222
                                LAB FEE: $25.00
                 89291      -S50EA                          4             8:30AM - 2:25PM          T         LEC    Payne Sr, Douglas

                 CAD 224 UNIGRAPHICS/ASSEMBLY/COMPONENTS/ DRAFTING
                               PRE-REQUISITES: CAD 102 OR CAD 222
                               LAB FEE: $45.00
                 87189      EA                             4             8:30AM - 12:25PM          R         LEC    Staff

                 Computer Information Systems                    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 CIS 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                 LAB FEE: $20.00
                 80334      EA                               4           8:30AM - 10:25AM          TR        LEC    De Petro, Alexander
                 80335      EA                               4           6:00PM - 7:55PM           MW        LEC    Boron, James

                 CIS 267 UNDERSTANDING DEVELOPMENT MULTIMEDIA
                               PRE-REQUISITES: CIS 110, CIS 266
                               LAB FEE: $15.00
                 91847      EA                               3           12:00PM - 2:55PM          S         LEC    Dance, Tonie
                 CIS 285 INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE CONCEPTS
                               PRE-REQUISITES: CIS 203 OR CIS 207 OR CIS 209 OR CIS 233 OR CIS 224 OR CIS 259
                               LAB FEE: $15.00
                 91618      EA                              3             6:00PM - 8:55PM           R         LEC   Johnson, Dale

                 Digital Media Production            www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 DMP 101 STORY ELEMENTS FOR A DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT
                 86114      EA                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM          W         LEC    West Gonzalez, Gwendolyn

                 DMP 104 DIGITAL AUDIO PRODUCTION AND BROADCAST
                                 PRE-REQUISITE: DMP 102
                 91849      EA                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM          R         LEC    Staff

                 Drafting Design Technology               www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 DRT 101 BLUEPRINT READING
                                 LAB FEE: $15.00
                 88650      EA                               3           12:00PM - 2:55PM          T         LEC    Elzein, Raja
                 89869      EA                               3           5:30PM - 6:55PM           MW        LEC    Lupercio, Alfred
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 CRN          Campus                         Credits           Time             Days         Type      Instructor

DRT 102 FUNDAMENTALS OF MECHANICAL DRAWING
                   LAB FEE: $25.00
92036         EA                              4           8:30AM - 11:25AM         TR        LEC       Elzein, Raja

DRT 112 TECHNICAL DRAWING APPLICATIONS
                   PRE-REQUISITE: DRT 102
                   LAB FEE: $25.00
91614         EA                              3           12:30PM - 3:25PM         T         LEC       Ferdon, David

DRT 113 DESCRIPTIVE GEOMETRY
                   PRE-REQUISITE: DRT 102
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
87050         EA                              3           12:30PM - 3:25PM         R         LEC       Payne Sr, Douglas

DRT 115 GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING
                 PRE-REQUISITE: DRT 101, DRT 102
                 LAB FEE: $15.00
87051         EA                             2             6:00PM - 7:55PM         T         LEC       Lupercio, Alfred

Economics          www.wcccdbookstore.com

ECO 101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
91641         EA                              3            8:30AM - 9:55AM         TR        LEC       Ewen, Bruce

English      www.wcccdbookstore.com

ENG 111 READING FOR CAREERS
84024         EA                              3           11:30AM - 12:55PM        TR        LEC       Howson, Christine

ENG 112 CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING I
                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 111
80589         EA                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Myles, Leah
89180         EA                              3            8:30AM - 9:55AM         MW        LEC       Staff
89894         EA                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       Wilson, Carmen
89895         EA                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Taylor, Charlette
90530         EA                              3            5:30PM - 6:55PM         MW        LEC       Johnson, Tracy

ENG 113 CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING II
                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 112
80607         EA                              3             8:30AM - 9:55AM        MW        LEC       Williams, Lucy
80608         EA                              3             5:30PM - 6:55PM        TR        LEC       Taylor, Charlette
81474         EA                              3            12:00PM - 2:55PM        S         LEC       Davis, Aqua-Raven
82574         EA                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        MW        LEC       Davis, Ella
89897         EA                              3            8:30AM - 9:55AM         TR        LEC       Davis, Ella

ENG 114 CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING I
80625         EA                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        MW        LEC       Williams, Lucy
80627         EA                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Howard, Thomas
80630         EA                              3             6:00PM - 8:55PM        R         LEC       Wilson, Carmen
80631         EA                              3            12:00PM - 2:55PM        S         LEC       Howson, Christine
87012         EA                              3           11:30AM - 12:55PM        TR        LEC       Howard, Thomas

ENG 115 CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING II
                  PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 114
80648         -A50EA                          3             8:30AM - 9:55AM        MW        LEC       Howard, Thomas
80650         EA                              3             7:00PM - 9:55PM        T         LEC       Manciel, Carol
80651         EA                              3            9:00AM - 11:55AM        S         LEC       Staff
82575         EA                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        MW        LEC       Howard, Thomas
88825         EA                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Hill, Betty

ENG 119 ENGLISH I
89874         EA                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Howson, Christine
91615         EA                              3           6:00PM - 8:55PM          R         LEC       Howson, Christine

ENG 120 ENGLISH II
                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 119 OR ENG 110
89183         EA                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM         W         LEC       Kimbrough, Valorie
89875         EA                               3          12:00PM - 2:55PM         S         LEC       Staff

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                  CRN       Campus                        Credits             Time           Days     Type   Instructor

                 ENG 134 TECHNICAL COMMUNICATIONS
                                 PRE-REQUISITE: ENG 119
                 80706      EA                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM     T       LEC    Kimbrough, Valorie

                 Entrepreneurship         www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 ENT 100 INTRODUCTION TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP
                 91826      EA                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM     F       LEC    Watkins, Valunda

                 ENT 210 HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FOR SMALL BUSINESS
                                 PRE-REQUISITES: BUS 175 AND BUS 177 AND BUS 225
                 91609      EA                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM     T       LEC    Watkins, Valunda

                 Facility Maintenance Program               www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 FM 105 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE
                                 LAB FEE: $30.00
                 84161      EA                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM     M       LEC    Sharma, Vinod

                 Geothermal Systems Technology                   www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 GTT 101 PRINCIPLES OF THERMOGEOLOGY
                 92476      EA                               3           9:00AM - 12:55PM     R       LEC    Muhammad, Lawrence

                 Graphics Arts Design              www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 PRN 101 INTRODUCTION TO PRINT TECHNOLOGY
                 84134      EA                               3           9:00AM - 11:55AM     S       LEC    West Gonzalez, Gwendolyn

                 Heating,Ventilation & Air Conditioning                  www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 HVA 104 POWER ENERGY-AIR CONDITIONING I
                               PRE-REQUISITE: HVA 101, 102; CO-REQUISITE: HVA 105
                               LAB FEE: $45.00
                 91636      EA                              4           9:00AM - 11:25AM      MW      LEC    Staff

                 HVA 105 POWER ENERGY - AIR CONDITIONING II
                               PRE-REQUISITE: HVA 101, 102; CO-REQUISITE: HVA 104
                               LAB FEE: $45.00
                 91639      EA                              4           11:30AM - 1:55PM      MW      LEC    Hightower, Gerard

                 HVA 112 REFRIGERANT RECOVERY, RECYCLING AND RECLAMATION
                               PRE-REQUISITE: HVA 101, 102, OR HVA 103
                               LAB FEE: $50.00
                 91626      EA                              2             5:30PM - 6:55PM     MW      LEC    Beach, Bruce

                 HVA 113 REFRIGERATION CODE AND REGULATIONS
                               PRE-REQUISITE: HVA 101, 102, OR HVA 103
                               LAB FEE: $45.00
                 88254      EA                              2             7:00PM - 8:55PM     M       LEC    Hightower, Gerard

                 HVA 114 HEATING CODE AND REGULATIONS
                                 PRE-REQUISITE: HVA 106
                 91628      EA                               2            7:00PM - 8:55PM     W       LEC    Hightower, Gerard

                 HVA 201 INTRODUCTION TO BOILER PLANT MAINTENANCE
                                 LAB FEE: $45.00
                 91835      EA                               3           12:00PM - 2:55PM     S       LEC    Sharma, Vinod

                 HVA 202 STEAM I
                                 PRE-REQUISITE: HVA 201
                                 LAB FEE: $45.00
                 89881      EA                                3            6:00PM - 8:55PM    TR      LEC    Sharma, Vinod
                                 FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS ON 8/23/11 AND ENDS ON 10/5/2011

                 HVA 203 STEAM II
                                 PRE-REQUISITE: HVA 202
                                 LAB FEE: $45.00

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 CRN          Campus                          Credits            Time            Days        Type      Instructor

89882          EA                                3            6:00PM - 8:55PM      TR        LEC       Hightower, Gerard
                    FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS ON 10/6/11 AND ENDS ON 12/12/2011

History      www.wcccdbookstore.com

HIS 151 WORLD CIVILIZATION I PRE-HISTORY-1650
91828          EA                               3            2:30PM - 3:55PM       TR        LEC       Boykin, Peter

HIS 249 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I 1607 - 1865
91829          EA                               3            2:30PM - 3:55PM       MW        LEC       Boykin, Peter

Humanities           www.wcccdbookstore.com

HUM 101 INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS
80794          EA                               3          11:30AM - 12:55PM       MW        LEC       Hamady, Susan
91841          EA                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM        F         LEC       Davis, Lourie

HUM 102 INTRODUCTION TO THE PERFORMING ARTS
91842          EA                               3           12:00PM - 2:55PM       F         LEC       Hatcher, Georgia
91843          EA                               3           2:30PM - 3:55PM        TR        LEC       Davis, Lourie

HUM 231 INTRODUCTION TO FILM
81779          EA                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM       F         LEC       Trice, Ronald

Marketing           www.wcccdbookstore.com

MKT 200 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
                    PRE-REQUISITE: BUS 150
89884          EA                               3            8:30AM - 9:55AM       TR        LEC       Ellis, Mary

Mathematics           www.wcccdbookstore.com

MAT 100 BASIC MATHEMATICS
80873          EA                               3            8:30AM - 9:55AM       TR        LEC       Pettway, Quill
80875          EA                               3            7:00PM - 9:55PM       R         LEC       Gaines, Thomas
81477          EA                               3            1:00PM - 2:25PM       TR        LEC       Gaines, Thomas
81478          EA                               3           9:00AM - 11:55AM       S         LEC       Beidoun, Nasser
89184          EA                               3           1:00PM - 2:25PM        MW        LEC       Kendall, Shayna

MAT 105 PRE ALGEBRA
80898          EA                               3            8:30AM - 9:55AM       TR        LEC       Wells-Smith, Deidra
80901          EA                               3           1:00PM - 2:25PM        TR        LEC       Pettway, Quill
80905          EA                               3           7:00PM - 9:55PM        W         LEC       Johnson, Netyla
84089          EA                               3           1:00PM - 2:25PM        MW        LEC       Abdollahi, Javad
84090          EA                               3           12:00PM - 2:55PM       S         LEC       Beidoun, Nasser

MAT 112 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
                    PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 100 OR MAT 105
91812          EA                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM       T         LEC       Wells-Smith, Deidra
91813          EA                               3            2:30PM - 3:55PM       MW        LEC       Abdollahi, Javad

MAT 113 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
                    PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 112
91816          EA                               3          10:00AM - 11:25AM       MW        LEC       Abdollahi, Javad
91818          EA                               3           6:00PM - 8:55PM        R         LEC       Jones, Kenyuano

MAT 121 TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS I
                    PRE-REQUISITE: MAT 100 OR MAT 105
89885          EA                              3            9:00AM - 11:55AM       S         LEC       Abdollahi, Javad

MAT 122 TECHNICAL MATHEMATICS II
                    PRE-REQUISITE: MAT 121 OR PLACEMENT TEST
89886          EA                               3          12:00PM - 2:55PM        S         LEC       Powell, Cary

MAT 155 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
                    PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 113 OR PLACEMENT TEST
90372          EA                               4          9:00AM - 12:55PM        S         LEC       Jones, Kenyuano


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                  CRN         Campus                        Credits            Time          Days     Type   Instructor

                 MAT 156 TRIGONOMETRY
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 155 OR PLACEMENT TEST
                 90373        EA                               4          8:30AM - 10:25AM    MW      LEC    Opalinski, Bob

                 Music   www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 MUS 100 INTRODUCTION TO THE FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC
                 81015        EA                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM    F       LEC    Tatum, James

                 MUS 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC I
                 91851        EA                              3           2:30PM - 3:55PM     TR      LEC    Tatum, James

                 Numerical Control             www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 NC 111 NUMERICAL CONTROL CONCEPTS
                                   LAB FEE: $40.00
                 91619        EA                              3           6:00PM - 8:55PM     T       LEC    Payne Sr, Douglas

                 NC 234 CNC PROGRAMMING AND MACHINING II
                                   PRE-REQUISITE: NC 222
                                   LAB FEE: $30
                 91620        EA                              3           6:00PM - 8:55PM     W       LEC    Payne Sr, Douglas

                 NC 235 CNC MACHINING OPERATION AND GRAPHICS II
                                 PRE-REQUISITE: NC 230 OR NC 231
                                 LAB FEE: $30.00
                 91621        EA                             3            6:00PM - 8:55PM     R       LEC    Payne Sr, Douglas

                 Office Information Systems                www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 OIS 100 KEYBOARDING
                                   LAB FEE: $15.00
                 88622        EA                              3            8:30AM - 9:55AM    MW      IMB    Cook, Lonia
                 88623        EA                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM    S       IMB    Wyatt, Esther

                 OIS 101 KEYBOARDING FUNDAMENTALS
                                 PRE-REQUISITE: RECOMMEND OIS 100
                                 LAB FEE: $15.00
                 88627        EA                           3             10:00AM - 11:25AM    MW      IMB    Cook, Lonia

                 Philosophy        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 PHL 101 COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS I
                 91836        EA                              3           6:00PM - 8:55PM     M       LEC    Mc Graw, David

                 PHL 201 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
                 81077        EA                              3           7:00PM - 9:55PM     R       LEC    Mc Graw, David

                 Political Science        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 PS 101 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
                 89887        EA                              3          10:00AM - 11:25AM    MW      LEC    Ibe, Frank
                 89888        EA                              3           6:00PM - 8:55PM     F       LEC    Webster, Stella
                 91845        EA                              3           2:30PM - 3:55PM     TR      LEC    Worsham, Conley

                 Project Management              www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 PRM 101 INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT MANAGEMENT
                 91616        EA                              3           6:00PM - 8:55PM     F       LEC    Robinson, Earl

                 Psychology        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 PSY 101 INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
                 91831        EA                              3            2:30PM - 3:55PM    TR      LEC    May, Angela
                 91832        EA                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM    F       LEC    Beydoun, Housain
                 91833        EA                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM    S       LEC    Lynum, Carmen



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 CRN          Campus                        Credits            Time             Days         Type      Instructor

Radio And TV Technology                www.wcccdbookstore.com

CTE 103 WRITING FOR THE MEDIA
                   PRE-REQUISITE: ENG 119
91848         EA                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         T         LEC       West Gonzalez, Gwendolyn

Renewable Energy Technology/Alternate Energy Principles                                www.wcccdbookstore.com

RET 100 RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY/ALTERNATE ENERGY PRINCIPLES
92475         EA                              3           9:00AM - 12:55AM         F         LEC       Muhammad, Lawrence

Sociology       www.wcccdbookstore.com

SOC 100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
81220         -A50EA                          3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        MW        LEC       Tucker, Norma
81221         EA                              3            1:00PM - 2:25PM         TR        LEC       Barnes, Patricia
91838         EA                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         F         LEC       Temple, Katherine

SOC 103 SOCIAL PROBLEMS
                   PRE-REQUISITE: SOC 100
91839         EA                              3           11:30AM - 12:55PM        MW        LEC       Tucker, Norma

Speech       www.wcccdbookstore.com

SPH 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
81271         EA                              3           11:30AM - 12:55PM        MW        LEC       Davis, Ella
81272         EA                              3            2:30PM - 3:55PM         TR        LEC       Chambers, James
81274         EA                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM         W         LEC       LaForest, Lisa
81276         EA                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Smiley, Harriette
90523         EA                              3            8:30AM - 9:55AM         MW        LEC       Davis, Ella

SPH 105 IMPROVING THE SPEAKING VOICE
81293         EA                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM         M         LEC       LaForest, Lisa

Welding       www.wcccdbookstore.com

WLT 101 WELDING AND FABRICATION I
                   LAB FEE: $60.00
84783         EA                              4            9:00AM - 1:55PM         TR        LEC       Fuciarelli, Larry
                 FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS ON 8/23/11 AND ENDS ON 10/5/2011
84784         EA                              4            5:00PM - 9:55PM         TR        LEC       Simon, Keith
                 FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS ON 8/23/11 AND ENDS ON 10/5/2011

WLT 102 WELDING AND FABRICATION II
                   PRE-REQUISITE: WLT 101
                   LAB FEE: $60.00
84785         EA                              4            9:00AM - 1:55PM         TR        LEC       Fuciarelli, Larry
                 FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS ON 10/6/11 AND ENDS ON 12/12/2011
84786         EA                              4            5:00PM - 9:55PM         TR        LEC       Simon, Keith
                 FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS ON 10/6/11 AND ENDS ON 12/12/2011

WLT 103 WELDING AND FABRICATION III
                   LAB FEE: $60.00
92037         EA                              4            5:00PM - 9:55PM         M         LEC       Staff

WLT 208 PIPE WELDING
                   PRE-REQUISITE: WLT 103
                   LAB FEE: $60.00
89890         EA                              4            9:00AM - 1:55PM         F         LEC       Staff

WLT 210 CERTIFICATION WELDING PRACTICES
                   PRE-REQUISITE: WLT 208
                   LAB FEE: $60.00
91834         EA                              4            9:00AM - 1:55PM         S         LEC       Staff




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                 These accelerated courses allow the student to
                 complete each class in seven and a half weeks or less.



                 CRN         Campus                        Credits             Time           Days     Type    Instructor


                 Heating,Ventilation & Air Conditioning                  www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 HVA 202 STEAM I
                                 LAB FEE: $45; PRE-REQUISITE: HVA 201
                 89881      EA                                3            6:00PM - 8:55PM     TR      LEC     Sharma, Vinod
                                 FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS ON 8/23/11 AND ENDS ON 10/5/2011
                 HVA 203 STEAM II
                                 LAB FEE: $45; PRE-REQUISITE: HVA 202
                 89882      EA                                3            6:00PM - 8:55PM     TR      LEC     Hightower, Gerard
                                 FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS ON 10/6/11 AND ENDS ON 12/12/2011


                 Welding    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 WLT 101 WELDING AND FABRICATION I
                                 LAB FEE: $60.00
                 84783      EA                              4            9:00AM - 1:55PM       TR      LEC     Fuciarelli, Larry
                               FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS ON 8/23/11 AND ENDS ON 10/5/2011
                 84784      EA                              4            5:00PM - 9:55PM       TR      LEC     Simon, Keith
                               FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS ON 8/23/11 AND ENDS ON 10/5/2011

                 WLT 102 WELDING AND FABRICATION II
                                 PRE-REQUISITE: WLT 101
                                 LAB FEE: $60
                 84785      EA                              4            9:00AM - 1:55PM       TR      LEC     Fuciarelli, Larry
                               FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS ON 10/6/11 AND ENDS ON 12/12/2011
                               PRE-REQUISITE: WLT 101
                               AB FEE: $60
                 84786      EA                              4            5:00PM - 9:55PM       TR      LEC     Simon, Keith
                               FAST TRACK: CLASS BEGINS ON 10/6/11 AND ENDS ON 12/12/2011




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                                  Dr. Debraha Watson

                                  Campus President,
                                  Provost, Health Science Programs



       I am pleased to welcome you to the Northwest Campus and the home for health
       science programs for the District. We are proud of our faculty and staff who
       work to deliver exceptional instructional services and academic support to assist
       your educational journey.

       The Health Science Center located on the campus is a district-wide resource for
       students, faculty and our community.Along with the Michigan Institute for Public
       Safety Education, we are working to support wellness, safety and health education
       through the District and region.This is in addition to the strong partnerships that
       have been established with human service agencies and child development and
       child welfare organizations to strengthen resources and communication on
       critical issues affecting those who live and work in Wayne County.

       This fall, you will discover many offerings in natural and physical sciences, business,
       information technology, human services, law enforcement and other disciplines to
       choose from along with new construction taking place on the campus to
       accommodate the expansion of programs and services.The three-story facility
       will be LEED certified with sustainable systems powered through geothermal
       technology and insulated by a “green” roof.

       It is an exciting time to be part of the Northwest Campus and the vibrant
       WCCCD learning community.We wish you much success and encourage you to
       take advantage of every opportunity for growth, enrichment and expansion of
       knowledge available to you.




       Dr. Debraha Watson
       President, Northwest Campus
       Provost, Health Science Programs




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                                • Addiction Studies                                                                                                                                                                            • Foodservice Systems Management
                                • Certified Nursing Assistant                                                                                                                                                                  • Nursing
                                • Dental Assisting                                                                                                                                                                             • Pharmacy Technology
                                • Dental Hygiene                                                                                                                                                                               • Phlebotomy
                                • Emergency Medical Technology                                                                                                                                                                 • Surgical Technology: Central
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Course          Course Name                                  CRN               Time             Type          Bldg.


                                      FRIDAY OFFERINGS
DT 130          FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION                  80444         7:00PM - 9:55PM         LEC
ENG 115         CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING II            89163         7:00PM - 9:55PM         LEC
ENG 119         ENGLISH I                                  87079         7:00PM - 9:55PM         LEC
ENG 120         ENGLISH II                                 80694         7:00PM - 9:55PM         LEC
FRE 201         INTERMEDIATE FRENCH I                      89927         6:00PM - 9:55PM         LEC
MAT 100         BASIC MATHEMATICS                          89007         7:00PM - 9:55PM         LEC
MAT 105         PRE ALGEBRA                                89008         7:00PM - 9:55PM         LEC
MAT 112         ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA                         80940         7:00PM - 9:55PM         LEC
NUR 118         PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT                        92273         5:00PM - 8:55PM         LEC
NUR 118         PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT                        92274         5:00PM - 8:55PM         LEC
PSY 200         LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT                       88524         7:00PM - 9:55PM         LEC
SPH 101         FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH                     89039         7:00PM - 9:55PM         LEC

                                 SATURDAY OFFERINGS
AAS 131         AMERICAN GOVERNMENT & AFRICAN
                AMERICAN STRUGGLE                           85920        8:00AM - 11:55AM        LEC
AAS 237         ILLEGAL DRUG TRAFFIC AND THE
                AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY                 80008        12:00PM - 2:55PM         LEC
ALH 110         TERMINOLOGY FOR THE HEALTH
                PROFESSIONS                                89042         9:00AM - 11:55AM       LEC
BIO 155         INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY                       86179        10:00AM - 1:55PM        LEC
BIO 155         INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY                       88229         2:00PM - 3:55PM        LAB
BIO 240         HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I               80163        10:00AM - 1:55PM        LEC
BIO 240         HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I               88363         8:00AM - 9:55AM        LAB
BIO 252         PATHOPHYSIOLOGY                            80187        12:00PM - 3:55PM        LEC
BUS 225         COMPUTER APPLICATION IN BUSINESS           80277        12:00PM - 2:55PM        LEC
CCT 111         CHILD ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES:
                CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE                91745         9:00AM - 11:55AM        LEC
CIS 110         INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER
                INFORMATION SYSTEMS                        81673         8:00AM - 11:55AM        LEC
ENG 112         CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING I             80597        12:00PM - 2:55PM         LEC
ENG 112         CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING I             89191         9:00AM - 11:55AM        LEC
ENG 113         CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING II            89052         9:00AM - 11:55AM        LEC
ENG 114         CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING I             85040         9:00AM - 11:55AM        LEC
ENG 114         CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING I             89162        12:00PM - 2:55PM         LEC
ENG 115         CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING II            84966        12:00PM - 2:55PM         LEC
ENG 119         ENGLISH I                                  80544        12:00PM - 2:55PM         LEC
ENG 119         ENGLISH I                                  80559         9:00AM - 11:55AM        LEC
ENG 120         ENGLISH II                                 80680         9:00AM - 11:55AM        LEC
ENG 120         ENGLISH II                                 81561        12:00PM - 2:55PM         LEC

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                   Course    Course Name                        CRN         Time           Type     Bldg.

                   HIS 151   WORLD CIVILIZATION I
                             PRE-HISTORY-1650                  80766    9:00AM - 11:55AM   LEC
                   HIS 152   WORLD CIVILIZATION II
                             1650 - PRESENT                    80772   12:00PM - 2:55PM    LEC
                   HSC 100   MEDICAL MEASUREMENTS AND
                             MATHEMATICS                       92363   12:00PM - 3:55PM    LEC
                   HSC 100   MEDICAL MEASUREMENTS AND
                             MATHEMATICS                       92364    8:00AM - 11:55AM   LEC
                   HUM 101   INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS   89931   12:00PM - 2:55PM    LEC
                   HUM 102   INTRODUCTION TO THE
                             PERFORMING ARTS                   84042    9:00AM - 11:55AM   LEC
                   MAT 100   BASIC MATHEMATICS                 85037   12:00PM - 2:55PM    LEC
                   MAT 100   BASIC MATHEMATICS                 89199    9:00AM - 11:55AM   LEC
                   MAT 105   PRE ALGEBRA                       82613    9:00AM - 11:55AM   LEC
                   MAT 105   PRE ALGEBRA                       85038   12:00PM - 2:55PM    LEC
                   MAT 112   ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA                90433    9:00AM - 11:55AM   LEC
                   MAT 113   INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA              84095   12:00PM - 2:55PM    LEC
                   NUR 114   OBSTETRIC NURSING - LECTURE       92288    6:00AM - 2:00PM    LAB
                   NUR 114   OBSTETRIC NURSING - LECTURE       92290    6:30AM - 3:25PM    LAB
                   NUR 114   OBSTETRIC NURSING - LECTURE       92292    6:30AM - 3:25PM    LEC
                   NUR 116   MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING II -
                             LECTURE                           92300    7:00AM - 6:55PM    LAB
                   NUR 116   MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING II -
                             LECTURE                           92301    7:00AM - 6:55PM    LAB
                   NUR 118   PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT               92275    8:00AM - 11:55AM   LEC
                   NUR 118   PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT               92276    8:00AM - 11:55AM   LEC
                   NUR 210   PSYCHIATRIC NURSING- LECTURE      92327    7:00AM - 3:55PM    LAB
                   NUR 212   MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING III -
                             LECTURE                           92337    7:00AM - 6:55PM    LAB
                   NUR 214   PEDIATRIC NURSING LECTURE
                             COMPONENT                         92343    2:00PM - 10:55PM   LAB
                   NUR 216   MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING IV
                             LECTURE                           92349    7:00AM - 6:55PM    LAB
                   NUR 216   MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING IV
                             LECTURE                           92356    7:00AM - 6:55PM    LAB
                   PHL 101   COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS I           81071   12:00PM - 2:55PM    LEC
                   PLB 100   INTRODUCTION TO PHLEBOTOMY        88526   11:00AM - 1:55PM    IMB
                   PLB 110   PEDIATRIC PHLEBOTOMY              91738    8:00AM - 10:55AM   LEC
                   PS 101    AMERICAN GOVERNMENT               81129    9:00AM - 11:55AM   LEC
                   PS 101    AMERICAN GOVERNMENT               81569   12:00PM - 2:55PM    LEC
                   PSY 101   INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY           81166   12:00PM - 2:55PM    LEC
                   PSY 101   INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY           81571    9:00AM - 11:55AM   LEC
                   SOC 100   INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY         81230   12:00PM - 2:55PM    LEC


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Course          Course Name                                  CRN               Time             Type          Bldg.

SOC 100         INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY                  89104         9:00AM - 11:55AM        LEC
SPH 101         FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH                     81282        12:00PM - 2:55PM         LEC
SPH 101         FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH                     81283         9:00AM - 11:55AM        LEC
SUR 101         CENTRAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN                 88515         8:00AM - 10:55AM        LEC
SUR 102         CENTRAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN/
                CLINICAL                                   88516        12:00PM - 3:55PM         LEC

                                    SUNDAY OFFERINGS
NUR 212         MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING III
                - LECTURE                                   92333        7:00AM - 6:55PM        LAB
NUR 216         MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING IV
                LECTURE                                     92350        7:00AM - 6:55PM        LAB
NUR 216         MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING IV
                LECTURE                                    92357         7:00AM - 6:55PM        LAB




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NORTHWEST CAMPUS

                     CRN       Campus            Bldg.        Credits              Time                Days             Type        Instructor


                                                                                                      CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                                                 AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                                                 GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                                                 HSC - Health Science Center




                                Fall 2011
                   African-American Studies              www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   AAS 131 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STRUGGLE
                   80004       NW                               4            9:30AM - 11:25AM             MW            LEC         Parkman, William
                   81680       NW                               4             6:00PM - 9:55PM             M             LEC         Thompson, Bernard
                   85920       NW                               4            8:00AM - 11:55AM             S             LEC         Thompson, Bernard
                   89110       NW                               4            11:30AM - 1:25PM             MW            LEC         Parkman, William

                   AAS 237 ILLEGAL DRUG TRAFFIC AND THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY
                   80008       NW                               3            12:00PM - 2:55PM             S             LEC         Thompson, Bernard

                   Allied Health        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   ALH 105 MEDICAL MATH
                                    CO-REQUISITES: MAT 100
                   91741       NW                               3             7:00PM - 9:55PM             R             LEC         Jawad, Lina

                   ALH 110 TERMINOLOGY FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS
                   89042       NW                               3             9:00AM - 11:55AM            S             LEC         Ward, Sarah
                   91743       -A60NW                           3            11:00AM - 12:25PM            TR            LEC         Wilson, Eileen

                   ALH 115 MEDICAL COMPUTER SYSTEMS
                                    LAB FEE: $20.00
                   91742       NW                               3            12:30PM - 1:55PM             MW            LEC         Miller, Deborah

                   ALH 230 MEDICAL ETHICS
                   91651       NW                               3            11:00AM - 12:25PM            MW            LEC         Jawad, Lina
                   91744       NW                               3             7:00PM - 9:55PM             W             LEC         Esters, Jacqueline

                   Anthropology         www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   ANT 150 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL STUDIES
                   91993       NW                                1             8:00AM - 9:55AM            F             LEC         Chapman, Yolanda
                                    FAST TRACK CLASS MEETS: 8/23/2011 - 10/15/2011

                   ANT 152 INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL ANTHROPOLOGY
                   80059       NW                               3             7:00PM - 9:55PM             T             LEC         Sullivan, Timothy
                   80060       NW                               3             8:00AM - 9:25AM             MW            LEC         Montilus, Guerin

                   Arabic     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   ARA 101 INTRODUCTION TO ARABIC I
                   85926       NW                               4             6:00PM - 9:55PM             R             LEC         Muhsin, Nadir

                   ARA 201 INTERMEDIATE ARABIC I
                                    PRE-REQUISITES: ARA 102
                   85925       NW                               4             2:00PM - 3:55PM             TR            LEC         Muhsin, Nadir

                   Biology    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   BIO 155 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY
                                    LAB FEE: $75.00
                   80130       NW                               4             8:00AM - 9:55AM             MW            LEC         Schmidt, Ann
                      88342    NW                               0            10:00AM - 11:55AM            M             LAB         Schmidt, Ann


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  CRN         Campus           Bldg.         Credits           Time                Days              Type       Instructor


                                                                                   CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                              AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                              GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                              HSC - Health Science Center



80131         NW                              4             8:00AM - 9:55AM           TR             LEC        Schmidt, Ann
   88344      NW                              0           10:00AM - 11:55AM           T              LAB        Schmidt, Ann
80132         NW                              4             4:00PM - 5:55PM           MW             LEC        Onyegbado, Christiana
   88346      NW                              0             6:00PM - 7:55PM           M              LAB        Robinson, Johnny
80136         NW                              4            12:00PM - 1:55PM           TR             LEC        Skidmore, Lynnda
   88349      NW                              0             2:00PM - 3:55PM           R              LAB        Skidmore, Lynnda
86179         NW                              4            10:00AM - 1:55PM           S              LEC        Crockett, Brandi
   88229      NW                              0            2:00PM - 3:55PM            S              LAB        Goff, George
86185         NW                              4           10:00AM - 11:55AM           MW             LEC        Greene, Curtis
   88575      NW                              0            12:00PM - 1:55PM           M              LAB        Robinson, Johnny
86188         NW                              4           10:00AM - 11:55AM           TR             LEC        Onyegbado, Christiana
   88578      NW                              0            12:00PM - 1:55PM           R              LAB        Robinson, Johnny
88579         NW                              4             6:00PM - 7:55PM           TR             LEC        Anyanwu, Ngozi
   88580      NW                              0             8:00PM - 9:55PM           T              LAB        Anyanwu, Ngozi
89011         NW                              4            12:00PM - 1:55PM           MW             LEC        Schmidt, Ann
   89013      NW                              0             2:00PM - 3:55PM           W              LAB        Schmidt, Ann
89065         NW                              4            8:00PM - 9:55PM            TR             LEC        Carter, Eugene
   89066      NW                              0            6:00PM - 7:55PM            T              LAB        Carter, Eugene
89148         NW                              4            2:00PM - 3:55PM            TR             LEC        Onyegbado, Christiana
   89901      NW                              0             4:00PM - 5:55PM           R              LAB        Brown, Apryl
90493         NW                              4             2:00PM - 3:55PM           MW             LEC        Greene, Curtis
   90494      NW                              0             4:00PM - 5:55PM           M              LAB        Brown, Apryl

BIO 240 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
                   PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
80159         NW                              4             2:00PM - 3:55PM           TR             LEC        Grabowski, Susan
   88232      NW                              0            4:00PM - 5:55PM            T              LAB        Sutliff, Peter
80160         NW                              4            8:00AM - 9:55AM            MW             LEC        Skidmore, Lynnda
   88359      NW                              0           10:00AM - 11:55AM           M              LAB        Skidmore, Lynnda
80161         NW                              4           10:00AM - 11:55AM           TR             LEC        Mukkamala, Pradeep
   88362      NW                              0            12:00PM - 1:55PM           R              LAB        Mukkamala, Pradeep
80163         NW                              4            10:00AM - 1:55PM           S              LEC        Tamburi, Titi
   88363      NW                              0            8:00AM - 9:55AM            S              LAB        Forbes, Trent
84652         NW                              4            6:00PM - 7:55PM            TR             LEC        Forbes, Trent
   88365      NW                              0            8:00PM - 9:55PM            T              LAB        Forbes, Trent
86360         NW                              4           10:00AM - 11:55AM           MW             LEC        Tamburi, Titi
   88236      NW                              0            8:00AM - 9:55AM            W              LAB        Irowa, Michael
89014         NW                              4            4:00PM - 5:55PM            TR             LEC        Mukkamala, Pradeep
   89015      NW                              0            6:00PM - 7:55PM            T              LAB        Mukkamala, Pradeep
89112         NW                              4            8:00PM - 9:55PM            MW             LEC        Forbes, Trent
   89114      NW                              0            6:00PM - 7:55PM            W              LAB        Asabigi, Kanzoni
89115         NW                              4            12:00PM - 1:55PM           TR             LEC        Tamburi, Ariana
   89116      NW                              0           10:00AM - 11:55AM           T              LAB        Tamburi, Ariana

BIO 250 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
                   PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 240
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
80178         NW                              4             8:00AM - 9:55AM           TR             LEC        Forbes, Trent
   88351      NW                              0           10:00AM - 11:55AM           T              LAB        Sutliff, Peter
80179         NW                              4           10:00AM - 11:55AM           MW             LEC        Morrison, Crystal
   88353      NW                              0           12:00PM - 1:55PM            M              LAB        Morrison, Crystal
80180         NW                              4            6:00PM - 7:55PM            MW             LEC        Forbes, Trent
   88356      NW                              0            8:00PM - 9:55PM            W              LAB        Asabigi, Kanzoni
80181         NW                              4             2:00PM - 5:55PM           F              LEC        Tamburi, Ariana
   88357      NW                              0            12:00PM - 1:55PM           F              LAB        Tamburi, Ariana
88953         NW                              4           10:00AM - 11:55AM           TR             LEC        Tamburi, Titi
   88240      NW                              0           12:00PM - 1:55PM            R              LAB        Forbes, Trent
89118         NW                              4            4:00PM - 5:55PM            MW             LEC        Sutliff, Peter
   89119      NW                              0            2:00PM - 3:55PM            M              LAB        Sutliff, Peter


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                     CRN       Campus            Bldg.        Credits         Time                 Days             Type        Instructor


                                                                                                  CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                                             AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                                             GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                                             HSC - Health Science Center


                   BIO 252 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
                                    PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 250
                   80186       NW                               4         2:00PM - 3:55PM             MW            LEC         Brown, Apryl
                   80187       NW                               4        12:00PM - 3:55PM             S             LEC         Parizon, Michael
                   80188       NW                               4        8:00AM - 11:55AM             F             LEC         Parizon, Michael
                   80189       NW                               4        6:00PM - 7:55PM              TR            LEC         Parizon, Michael
                   84035       NW                               4        8:00PM - 9:55PM              MW            LEC         Brown, Apryl

                   BIO 295 MICROBIOLOGY
                                    PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                                    LAB FEE: $75.00
                   80204       NW                               4         5:30PM - 6:55PM             MW            LEC         Greene, Curtis
                      88243    NW                               0         7:00PM - 8:25PM             MW            LAB         Safronoff, John
                   80205       NW                               4        12:30PM - 1:55PM             TR            LEC         Brem, Antonina
                      88244    NW                               0         2:00PM - 3:25PM             TR            LAB         Brem, Antonina
                   80207       NW                               4        9:30AM - 10:55AM             MW            LEC         Brem, Antonina
                      89905    NW                               0        8:00AM - 9:25AM              MW            LAB         Brem, Antonina
                   80208       NW                               4       11:00AM - 12:25PM             TR            LEC         Pullumbi, Ervin
                      88368    NW                               0       12:30PM - 1:55PM              TR            LAB         Pullumbi, Ervin
                   80209       NW                               4        2:00PM - 3:25PM              TR            LEC         Greene, Curtis
                      88369    NW                               0        3:30PM - 4:55PM              TR            LAB         Greene, Curtis
                   80210       NW                               4        7:00PM - 8:25PM              MW            LEC         Hanson, Aloysius
                      89908    NW                               0        5:30PM - 6:55PM              MW            LAB         Hanson, Aloysius
                   89057       NW                               4         2:00PM - 3:25PM             MW            LEC         Brem, Antonina
                      89058    NW                               0         3:30PM - 4:55PM             MW            LAB         Brem, Antonina
                   89059       NW                               4        9:30AM - 10:55AM             TR            LEC         Greene, Curtis
                      89061    NW                               0       11:00AM - 12:25PM             TR            LAB         Greene, Curtis

                   Business    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   BUS 150 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
                   80256       NW                               3       11:00AM - 12:25PM             MW            LEC         Ciampa, Gary

                   BUS 221 BUSINESS STATISTICS
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 113
                   80267       NW                              3          8:00AM - 10:55AM       F         LEC      Knox, Clint
                   92447       -I01NW                          3          9:00AM - 11:55AM       F         ITV      Breger, William
                                   THIS INTERACTIVE TELEVISION COURSE MEETS AT THE NORTHWEST CAMPUS ON FRIDAYS FROM 9:00AM TO 11:55AM IN
                                   ROOM GAB 111.
                   BUS 225 COMPUTER APPLICATION IN BUSINESS
                                    LAB FEE: $15.00
                   80276       NW                               3         7:00PM - 9:55PM             R             LEC         Cook, Lonia
                   80277       NW                               3        12:00PM - 2:55PM             S             LEC         Smith, Mary
                   89147       NW                               3        9:30AM - 10:55AM             MW            LEC         Johnson, Daisy

                   Chemistry        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   CHM 105 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY
                                    LAB FEE: $75.00
                   86526       NW                               4         6:00PM - 7:55PM             MW            LEC         Tewari, Kewal
                      88371    NW                               0         8:00PM - 9:55PM             W             LAB         Tewari, Kewal
                   92485       NW                               4         6:00PM - 7:55PM             MW            LEC         Staff
                      88915    NW                               0         8:00PM - 9:55PM             M             LAB         Vannilam, George
                   86528       NW                               4         8:00PM - 9:55PM             TR            LEC         Vannilam, George
                      88372    NW                               0         6:00PM - 7:55PM             R             LAB         Vannilam, George
                   86908       NW                               4         6:00PM - 7:55PM             TR            LEC         Tewari, Kewal
                      89913    NW                               0         8:00PM - 9:55PM             R             LAB         Tewari, Kewal
                   89054       NW                               4        12:00PM - 1:55PM             MW            LEC         Wittbrodt, Joanne
                      89055    NW                               0         2:00PM - 3:55PM             M             LAB         Granderson, George
                   90488       NW                               4        12:00PM - 1:55PM             TR            LEC         Wittbrodt, Joanne
                      90489    NW                               0         2:00PM - 3:55PM             T             LAB         Leavell, Bonita

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                                                                                      CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                                 AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                                 GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                                 HSC - Health Science Center



CHM 136 GENERAL CHEMISTRY I
                   PRE-REQUISITES: CHM 105 AND MAT 112
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
86120         NW                              4              2:00PM - 3:55PM              MW            LEC        Diop, Seydou
   88246      NW                              0              4:00PM - 5:55PM              M             LAB        Diop, Seydou
86532         NW                              4              8:00AM - 9:55AM              TR            LEC        Akbarian, Fathali
   88374      NW                              0             10:00AM - 11:55AM             T             LAB        Akbarian, Fathali

CHM 155 SURVEY ORGANIC AND BIOCHEMISTRY
                 PRE-REQUISITES: CHM 105 OR CHM 136
                 LAB FEE: $75.00
86536         NW                            4                8:00AM - 9:55AM              MW            LEC        Wittbrodt, Joanne
   88375      NW                            0               10:00AM - 11:55AM             M             LAB        Wittbrodt, Joanne

Child Care Training            www.wcccdbookstore.com

CCT 104 METHODS AND TECHNIQUES IN CHILD CARE: INFANT AND TODDLER DEVELOPMENT
                   PRE-REQUISITES: CCT 101, EMT 101, ENG 119, HUS 105 OR PSY 101
80300         NW                               4             6:00PM - 9:55PM              W             LEC        Broner-Hall, Sandra

CCT 111 CHILD ASSESSMENT TECHNIQUES:CHILD DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATE
91745         NW                                3            9:00AM - 11:55AM             S             LEC        Broner-Hall, Sandra

CCT 157 CHILD CARE PRACTICUM AND SEMINAR I
                   PRE-REQUISITES: CCT 101 AND ENG 119 AND HUS 105 AND HUS 135 AND PSY 101 AND EMT 101
91652         NW                               4                   -                         LEC       Johnson, Charmaine

Computer Information Systems                        www.wcccdbookstore.com

CIS 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                   LAB FEE: $20.00
80339         NW                                4           10:00AM - 11:55AM             TR            LEC        Cook, Lonia
81673         NW                                4           8:00AM - 11:55AM              S             LEC        Amirsadri, Roya

Corrections         www.wcccdbookstore.com

COR 100 INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS I
80376         NW                                3            10:00AM - 11:55AM            MTWRF         LEC        Donaldson, Clinton
                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS: 8/23/2011 - 9/23/2011
COR 105 INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONAL COUNSELING
                   PRE-REQUISITES: COR 100
80383         NW                                3             12:00PM - 1:55PM            MTWRF         LEC        Donaldson, Clinton
                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS: 8/23/2011 - 9/23/2011

COR 200 SOCIAL SCIENCE FOR CORRECTIONAL PERSONNEL
                   PRE-REQUISITES: COR 100
80386         NW                                3             2:00PM - 3:55PM             MTWRF         LEC        Donaldson, Clinton
                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS: 8/23/2011 - 9/23/2011

COR 210 CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION FACILITIES
80389         NW                                3             2:00PM - 3:55PM             MTWRF         LEC        Donaldson, Clinton
                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS: 9/26/2011 - 10/27/2011

COR 215 CORRECTIONAL FIELDWORK/PRACTICUM
89920         NW                                3                    -                                  LEC        Donaldson, Clinton
                   OFF SITE
90396         NW                                3                    -                                  LEC        Donaldson, Clinton
                   OFF SITE



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                                                                                                     CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                                                AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                                                GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                                                HSC - Health Science Center



                   COR 255 LEGAL ISSUES IN CORRECTIONS
                   88653      NW                                3             4:00PM - 5:55PM            MTWRF         LEC         Evans, Warren
                                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS: 9/26/2011 - 10/27/2011

                   Criminal Justice       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   CJS 100 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                   80370      NW                               3             8:00AM - 9:25AM             TR            LEC         Evans, Warren

                   Dental Assisting       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   DA 104 DENTAL MATERIALS
                                   LAB FEE: $50.00
                   81690      NW                            3               9:00AM - 12:55PM             R             L/L         Cavacini, Amanda
                                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                              NW                                             1:30PM - 2:25PM             R             L/L         Cavacini, Amanda
                                 PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                   81693      NW                          3                 9:00AM - 12:55PM             M             L/L         Cavacini, Amanda
                                 PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                              NW                                             1:30PM - 2:25PM             M             L/L         Cavacini, Amanda
                                 PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED

                   DA 106 APPLIED SCIENCES
                   80400      NW                            4                3:00PM - 6:55PM             R             LEC         Geist, Shin-Mey
                                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED

                   DA 107 INTRODUCTION TO EXPANDED FUNCTIONS
                   81710      NW                            2               11:00AM - 12:55PM            T             L/L         Cavacini, Amanda
                                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                              NW                                            11:00AM - 12:55PM            T             L/L         Denham, Sonya
                                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED

                   DA 110 CLINICAL DENTAL ASSISTING
                                   LAB FEE: $50.00
                   81708      NW                            3                3:00PM - 6:55PM             T             L/L         Denham, Sonya
                                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED

                   DA 115 PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY
                   80401      NW                            1                2:00PM - 2:55PM             T             LEC         Denham, Sonya
                                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED

                   Dental Auxiliary       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   DEN 100 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
                   91731      NW                               3             6:00PM - 8:55PM             T             LEC         Staff

                   DEN 112 MEDICAL AND DENTAL EMERGENCIES
                   80417      NW                               2            12:00PM - 1:55PM             T             LEC         Herschfus, Marc

                   DEN 200 DENTAL RADIOLOGY THEORY
                   80418      NW                            2                3:00PM - 4:55PM             M             LEC         Buchheister, Joann
                                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED

                   DEN 201 DENTAL RADIOLOGY LAB
                                   LAB FEE: $75.00
                   80419      NW                               1             2:00PM - 5:55PM             W             LAB         Buchheister, Joann
                                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                                   CLASS MEETS 8/24/2011 THRU 10/12/2011




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                                                                                                                                             NORTHWEST CAMPUS
 CRN          Campus            Bldg.       Credits            Time                Days              Type       Instructor


                                                                                   CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                              AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                              GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                              HSC - Health Science Center



              NW                                           2:00PM - 5:55PM             W             LAB        Moseley, Lynne
                 PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                 CLASS MEETS 8/24/2011 THRU 10/12/2011
80420         NW                             1             2:00PM - 5:55PM             W             LAB        Buchheister, Joann
                 PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                 CLASS MEETS 10/12/2011 THRU 12/7/2011
              NW                                           2:00PM - 5:55PM             W             LAB        Moseley, Lynne
                 PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                 CLASS MEETS 10/12/2011 THRU 12/7/2011
80421         NW                             1            9:00AM - 12:55PM             W             LAB        Burns, Ethel
                 PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                 CLASS MEETS 8/24/2011 THRU 10/12/2011
              NW                                          9:00AM - 12:55PM             W             LAB        Zarb, Pamela
                 PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                 CLASS MEETS 8/24/2011 THRU 10/12/2011
80422         NW                             1            9:00AM - 12:55PM             W             LAB        Buckley, Martha
                 PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                 CLASS MEETS 10/12/2011 THRU 12/7/2011
              NW                                          9:00AM - 12:55PM             W             LAB        Burns, Ethel
                 PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                 CLASS MEETS 10/12/2011 THRU 12/7/2011

Dental Hygiene           www.wcccdbookstore.com

DHY 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF DENTAL HYGIENE
80423         NW                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM             R             LEC        Staff

DHY 110 ORAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
81753         NW                              3           12:00PM - 3:55PM             F             L/L        Benson, Candace
              NW                                          12:00PM - 3:55PM             F             L/L        Herschfus, Marc
              NW                                          12:00PM - 3:55PM             F             L/L        Vettor, Carolyn

DHY 120 CLINICAL TECHNIQUES
81630         NW                              3           8:30AM - 11:25AM            M              LEC        Cato, Deorphia
              NW                                          8:30AM - 11:25AM            M              LEC        Counts, Janice
              NW                                          8:30AM - 11:25AM            M              LEC        Nyquist, Jo Ann
              NW                                          12:30PM - 3:25PM            M              LAB        Cato, Deorphia
              NW                                          12:30PM - 3:25PM            M              LAB        Counts, Janice
              NW                                          12:30PM - 3:25PM            M              LAB        Nyquist, Jo Ann
81631         NW                              3           8:30AM - 11:25AM            W              LEC        Cato, Deorphia
              NW                                          8:30AM - 11:25AM            W              LEC        Counts, Janice
              NW                                          8:30AM - 11:25AM            W              LEC        Nyquist, Jo Ann
              NW                                          12:30PM - 3:25PM            W              LAB        Cato, Deorphia
              NW                                          12:30PM - 3:25PM            W              LAB        Counts, Janice
              NW                                          12:30PM - 3:25PM            W              LAB        Nyquist, Jo Ann

DHY 121 ORAL PATHOLOGY
80424         NW                              3            1:00PM - 3:55PM             M             LEC        Weberman, Linda

DHY 209 CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE III -LECTURE
80425         NW                              2           9:00AM - 10:55AM             M             LEC        Zarb, Pamela

DHY 210 CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE III-LAB
                   LAB FEE: $325.00
80426         NW                              5           8:30AM - 12:25PM             TF            LAB        Anderson, Lisa
              NW                                           1:00PM - 4:55PM             TF            LAB        Anderson, Lisa
              NW                                           1:00PM - 4:55PM             TF            LAB        Buckley, Martha
              NW                                          8:30AM - 12:25PM             TF            LAB        Cato, Deorphia
              NW                                          8:30AM - 12:25PM             TF            LAB        Coleman-Settles, Denise


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                   WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                        Fall 2011 SCHEDULE
NORTHWEST CAMPUS

                     CRN       Campus            Bldg.        Credits         Time                Days             Type        Instructor


                                                                                                 CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                                            AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                                            GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                                            HSC - Health Science Center



                               NW                                         1:00PM - 4:55PM            TF            LAB         Coleman-Settles, Denise
                               NW                                        8:30AM - 12:25PM            TF            LAB         Nyquist, Jo Ann
                               NW                                         1:00PM - 4:55PM            TF            LAB         Nyquist, Jo Ann
                               NW                                         1:00PM - 4:55PM            TF            LAB         Weberman, Linda
                               NW                                        8:30AM - 12:25PM            TF            LAB         Zarb, Pamela
                               NW                                         1:00PM - 4:55PM            TF            LAB         Zarb, Pamela
                   80428       NW                               5        8:30AM - 12:25PM            RS            LAB         Anderson, Lisa
                               NW                                        8:30AM - 12:25PM            RS            LAB         Benson, Candace
                               NW                                         1:00PM - 4:55PM            RS            LAB         Benson, Candace
                               NW                                         1:00PM - 4:55PM            RS            LAB         Buckley, Martha
                               NW                                        8:30AM - 12:25PM            RS            LAB         Cato, Deorphia
                               NW                                         1:00PM - 4:55PM            RS            LAB         Cato, Deorphia
                               NW                                         1:00PM - 4:55PM            RS            LAB         Schaecher, Manon
                               NW                                        8:30AM - 12:25PM            RS            LAB         Weberman, Linda
                               NW                                        8:30AM - 12:25PM            RS            LAB         Zarb, Pamela
                               NW                                         1:00PM - 4:55PM            RS            LAB         Zarb, Pamela

                   DHY 214 LOCAL ANESTHESIA AND PAIN CONTROL
                                    LAB FEE: $100.00
                   82245       NW                               3        5:30PM - 8:25PM             M             LEC         Armstrong, Sheila
                               NW                                        5:30PM - 8:25PM             M             LEC         Buchheister, John
                               NW                                        5:30PM - 8:25PM             M             LEC         Burns, Ethel
                               NW                                        5:30PM - 8:25PM             M             LEC         Weberman, Linda

                   DHY 223 DENTAL HEALTH EDUCATIONS
                   80430       NW                               3        1:30PM - 4:30PM             W             LEC         Buckley, Martha

                   Dietetic Technology          www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   DT 130 FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION
                                    PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                   80441       NW                               3         7:00PM - 9:55PM            M             LEC         Rutkowski, Cynthia
                   80442       NW                               3        11:00AM - 1:55PM            R             LEC         Hyrila, Maureen
                   80443       NW                               3         4:00PM - 6:55PM            W             LEC         Singleton, Willie
                   80444       NW                               3         7:00PM - 9:55PM            F             LEC         Bryant, Joyce
                   80446       NW                               3        8:00AM - 10:55AM            M             LEC         Leese, Loretta
                   80447       NW                               3        11:00AM - 1:55PM            F             LEC         Aljawad, Najwa
                   84803       NW                               3        7:00PM - 9:55PM             R             LEC         Aljawad, Najwa

                   Economics        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   ECO 101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
                   80463       NW                               3        9:30AM - 10:55AM            TR            LEC         Glowacki, David

                   ECO 102 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II
                                    PRE-REQUISITES: ECO 101
                   80474       NW                               3        12:30PM - 1:55PM            TR            LEC         Glowacki, David

                   English   www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   ENG 111 READING FOR CAREERS
                   80579       NW                               3         8:00AM - 9:25AM            TR            LEC         Constance, Valerie
                   89923       NW                               3        9:30AM - 10:55AM            MW            LEC         McDaniel, Felecia
                   89924       NW                               3        11:00AM - 1:55PM            F             LEC         Cummings, Lynn
                   90397       NW                               3        8:00AM - 9:25AM             MW            LEC         McDaniel, Felecia
                   90485       NW                               3        2:00PM - 3:25PM             MW            LEC         Staff

                   ENG 112 CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING I
                                    PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 111
                   80593       NW                               3        8:00AM - 9:25AM             MW            LEC         Perlman, Mary
                   80594       NW                               3        5:00PM - 6:25PM             MW            LEC         Raines III, Frank

                                                              FOR INFORMATION ON DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES SEE PAGES 28 - 41
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                                                                                                                                             NORTHWEST CAMPUS
  CRN         Campus           Bldg.         Credits           Time                Days              Type       Instructor


                                                                                   CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                              AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                              GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                              HSC - Health Science Center



80595         NW                              3            9:30AM - 10:55AM           TR             LEC        Perlman, Mary
80596         NW                              3             2:00PM - 4:55PM           F              LEC        Shelton, Jennifer
80597         NW                              3            12:00PM - 2:55PM           S              LEC        Shelton, Jennifer
83417         NW                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM           TR             LEC        Dozier, Marva
86493         NW                              3            2:00PM - 3:25PM            TR             LEC        Constance, Valerie
86494         NW                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM            MW             LEC        Raines III, Frank
89044         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            W              LEC        Martin, Juanita
89045         NW                              3            2:00PM - 3:25PM            MW             LEC        Raines III, Frank
89091         NW                              3            3:30PM - 4:55PM            MW             LEC        Raines III, Frank
89092         NW                              3            12:30PM - 1:55PM           TR             LEC        Porter, Beverly
89157         NW                              3            8:00AM - 10:55AM           F              LEC        Cummings, Lynn
89158         NW                              3            3:30PM - 4:55PM            TR             LEC        Staff
89191         NW                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM            S              LEC        Staff

ENG 113 CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING II
                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 112
80610         NW                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM           MW             LEC        Perlman, Mary
82605         NW                              3             8:00AM - 9:25AM           MW             LEC        Andrews, Gwendolyn
84906         NW                              3             7:00PM - 9:55PM           T              LEC        Martin, Juanita
84907         NW                              3             2:00PM - 3:25PM           MW             LEC        Staff
89050         NW                              3            8:00AM - 10:55AM           F              LEC        Fields, Audrina
89051         NW                              3             8:00AM - 9:25AM           TR             LEC        Porter, Beverly
89052         NW                              3            9:00AM - 11:55AM           S              LEC        Wilson, Carmen
89053         NW                              3             7:00PM - 9:55PM           W              LEC        Gray, Nettie
89159         NW                              3             2:00PM - 3:25PM           TR             LEC        Levin, Idele
89160         NW                              3             4:00PM - 6:55PM           F              LEC        Fields, Audrina
89194         NW                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM           TR             LEC        Porter, Beverly
90437         NW                              3            3:30PM - 4:55PM            MW             LEC        Levin, Idele

ENG 114 CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING I
80633         NW                              3             3:30PM - 4:55PM           TR             LEC        Franklin, Deborah
80634         NW                              3            9:30AM - 10:55AM           MW             LEC        Perlman, Mary
80635         NW                              3             2:00PM - 3:25PM           MW             LEC        Bradford, Aundrea
80636         NW                              3             7:00PM - 9:55PM           R              LEC        Ross, Phyllis
80637         -A60NW                          3            12:30PM - 1:55PM           TR             LEC        Constance, Valerie
82606         NW                              3             5:00PM - 6:25PM           MW             LEC        Woods, Allayne
85040         NW                              3            9:00AM - 11:55AM           S              LEC        Ross, Phyllis
89046         NW                              3            11:00AM - 1:55PM           F              LEC        Shelton, Jennifer
89047         NW                              3            3:30PM - 4:55PM            MW             LEC        Bradford, Aundrea
89048         NW                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM           TR             LEC        Perlman, Mary
89093         NW                              3            5:00PM - 6:25PM            TR             LEC        Staff
89161         NW                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM            MW             LEC        Lumpkin, L
89162         NW                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM            S              LEC        Wilson, Carmen
89195         NW                              3             2:00PM - 3:25PM           TR             LEC        Franklin, Deborah
90398         NW                              3             8:00AM - 9:25AM           TR             LEC        Perlman, Mary

ENG 115 CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING II
                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 114
80652         NW                              3           9:30AM - 10:55AM            MW             LEC        Lumpkin, L
80653         NW                              3           11:00AM - 1:55PM            F              LEC        Franklin, Frederick
80654         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            M              LEC        Franklin, Frederick
84965         NW                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM            MW             LEC        Perlman, Mary
84966         NW                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM            S              LEC        Ross, Phyllis
88634         NW                              0           12:30PM - 1:55PM            TR             LEC        Franklin, Deborah
89095         NW                              3           9:30AM - 10:55AM            TR             LEC        Franklin, Deborah
89163         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            F              LEC        Manciel, Carol
89164         NW                              3            3:30PM - 4:55PM            TR             LEC        Staff
89197         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            R              LEC        Gray, Nettie
90436         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            T              LEC        Andrews, Gwendolyn
90486         NW                              3           2:00PM - 3:25PM             MW             LEC        Lumpkin, L


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                   WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                          Fall 2011 SCHEDULE
NORTHWEST CAMPUS

                     CRN      Campus           Bldg.         Credits           Time                 Days             Type        Instructor


                                                                                                   CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                                              AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                                              GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                                              HSC - Health Science Center



                   ENG 119 ENGLISH I
                   80540      NW                               3            3:30PM - 4:55PM            MW            LEC         Campbell, William
                   80542      NW                               3            5:00PM - 6:25PM            MW            LEC         Campbell, William
                   80544      NW                               3           12:00PM - 2:55PM            S             LEC         Metcalf, Amy
                   80549      NW                               3           9:30AM - 10:55AM            MW            LEC         Chennault, Stephen
                   80550      NW                               3          11:00AM - 12:25PM            TR            LEC         McHugh, Stephen
                   80551      NW                               3           12:30PM - 1:55PM            MW            LEC         Chennault, Stephen
                   80552      NW                               3          11:00AM - 12:25PM            MW            LEC         Chennault, Stephen
                   80553      NW                               3          9:30AM - 10:55AM             TR            LEC         McHugh, Stephen
                   80555      NW                               3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            T             LEC         David, Amal
                   80557      NW                               3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            M             LEC         Bradford, Aundrea
                   80559      NW                               3           9:00AM - 11:55AM            S             LEC         Ramsey, Mary
                   80563      NW                               3            2:00PM - 3:25PM            MW            LEC         Jackson-Smith, Maria
                   80565      -A60NW                           3            2:00PM - 3:25PM            TR            LEC         Campbell, Robert
                   80566      NW                               3            3:30PM - 4:55PM            TR            LEC         Campbell, Robert
                   83273      NW                               3           12:30PM - 1:55PM            TR            LEC         McHugh, Stephen
                   86497      NW                               3           7:00PM - 9:55PM             R             LEC         David, Amal
                   87079      NW                               3           7:00PM - 9:55PM             F             LEC         Lanclos, Julie
                   90490      NW                               3           1:00PM - 2:25PM             TR            LEC         Jackson-Smith, Maria

                   ENG 120 ENGLISH II
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 119 OR ENG 110
                   80675      NW                               3          11:00AM - 12:25PM            MW            LEC         Shaw, Eric
                   80676      NW                               3            5:00PM - 6:25PM            MW            LEC         Jackson-Smith, Maria
                   80677      NW                               3            2:00PM - 3:25PM            MW            LEC         Shaw, Eric
                   80678      NW                               3            3:30PM - 4:55PM            TR            LEC         Burnett, John
                   80680      NW                               3           9:00AM - 11:55AM            S             LEC         Kimbrough, Valorie
                   80683      NW                               3           9:30AM - 10:55AM            MW            LEC         Ramsey, Mary
                   80684      NW                               3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            M             LEC         Anyanetu, Patrick
                   80686      NW                               3           9:30AM - 10:55AM            TR            LEC         Chennault, Stephen
                   80687      NW                               3          11:00AM - 12:25PM            TR            LEC         Chennault, Stephen
                   80688      NW                               3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            W             LEC         Readous, Wendy
                   80690      NW                               3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            R             LEC         Anyanetu, Patrick
                   80694      NW                               3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            F             LEC         Staff
                   81559      NW                               3            2:00PM - 3:25PM            TR            LEC         McHugh, Stephen
                   81560      NW                               3            3:30PM - 4:55PM            MW            LEC         Jackson-Smith, Maria
                   81561      NW                               3           12:00PM - 2:55PM            S             LEC         Staff
                   84028      NW                               3           12:30PM - 1:55PM            TR            LEC         Shaw, Eric
                   86498      NW                               3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            T             LEC         Readous, Wendy
                   86499      NW                               3           12:30PM - 1:55PM            MW            LEC         Shaw, Eric

                   Food Service System Management                      www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   FSM 105 PRINCIPLES OF FOOD SERVICE SYSTEMS
                   91661      NW                               3           7:00PM - 9:55PM             M             LEC         Saulter, Barbara

                   FSM 115 FOOD SAFETY AND SANITATION
                   91662      NW                               2           5:00PM - 6:55PM             M             LEC         Hubbard, Marion

                   FSM 130 MENU PLANNING AND NUTRITION
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: FSM 105
                   89928      NW                               2           7:00PM - 8:55PM             W             LEC         Hubbard, Marion

                   FSM 140 PRINCIPLES OF FOOD PREPARATION
                                 PRE-REQUISITE: FSM 105 CO-REQUISITES: FSM 140L
                                 LAB FEE: $25.00
                   82264      NW                            2            5:00PM - 6:55PM               W             LEC         Hubbard, Marion




                                                             FOR INFORMATION ON DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES SEE PAGES 28 - 41
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WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                             Fall 2011 SCHEDULE




                                                                                                                                             NORTHWEST CAMPUS
  CRN         Campus            Bldg.        Credits           Time                Days              Type       Instructor


                                                                                   CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                              AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                              GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                              HSC - Health Science Center



FSM 140L PRINCIPLES OF FOOD PREPARATION LABORATORY
                   PRE-REQUISITES: FSM 105
82265         NW                              1            7:00PM - 9:55PM             T             LAB        Hubbard, Marion
86898         NW                              1            5:00PM - 7:55PM             T             LAB        Newell, Scott

FSM 230 PURCHASING FOR FOOD SERVICE SYSTEMS
90284         NW                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM             W             LEC        Saulter, Barbara

FSM 235 FOOD SERVICE PRACTICUM II
92207         NW                              4                   -                                  LEC        Saulter, Barbara

Geology       www.wcccdbookstore.com

GEL 210 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY LECTURE
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
80751         NW                              4            7:00PM - 8:55PM             TR            LEC        McNeary, Daphne
   88247      NW                              0            6:00PM - 6:55PM             TR            LAB        McNeary, Daphne

Health Sciences           www.wcccdbookstore.com

HSC 100 MEDICAL MEASUREMENTS AND MATHEMATICS
92363         NW                             1           12:00PM - 3:55PM              S             LEC        Thomas, Sheryl
92364         NW                             1           8:00AM - 11:55AM              S             LEC        Williams, Felecia
                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92365         NW                             1           8:00AM - 11:55AM              F             LEC        Cook, Gwendolyn
                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

History      www.wcccdbookstore.com

HIS 151 WORLD CIVILIZATION I PRE-HISTORY-1650
80764         NW                              3           9:30AM - 10:55AM             MW            LEC        Ashley, Duane
80766         NW                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM             S             LEC        Peace, Wallace

HIS 152 WORLD CIVILIZATION II 1650 - PRESENT
80772         NW                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM             S             LEC        Peace, Wallace

HIS 249 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I 1607 - 1865
80780         NW                              3            8:00AM - 9:25AM             TR            LEC        Ashley, Duane
81661         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM             W             LEC        Ashley, Duane
HIS 250 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II: 1865 TO PRESENT
80783         NW                              3           9:30AM - 10:55AM             TR            LEC        Ashley, Duane

HIS 261 AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY I
92115         NW                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM            MW            LEC        Boykin, Peter

Human Services             www.wcccdbookstore.com

HUS 105 GROUP EXPRESSION FOR SELF GROWTH I
80814         NW                              3                   -                                             Staff
84040         NW                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM            TR            LEC        Witherspoon, Doris

HUS 135 PROFESSIONALISM IN HUMAN SERVICES
                  PRE-REQUISITES: HUS 105
92366         -B01NW                          3         10:00AM - 11:25AM       MW       ITV      Simpson, Gail
                  THIS INTERACTIVE TELEVISION COURSE MEETS AT THE NORTHWEST CAMPUS ON MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS FROM 10:00AM
                  TO 11:25AM IN ROOM GAB 111.




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                   WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                          Fall 2011 SCHEDULE
NORTHWEST CAMPUS

                     CRN       Campus           Bldg.         Credits          Time                 Days             Type        Instructor


                                                                                                   CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                                              AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                                              GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                                              HSC - Health Science Center



                   Humanities       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   HUM 101 INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS
                   89931       NW                               3         12:00PM - 2:55PM             S             LEC         Chatman, Marvin
                   90499       NW                               3         2:30PM - 3:55PM              MW            LEC         Danquah, Rochelle

                   HUM 102 INTRODUCTION TO THE PERFORMING ARTS
                   80802       NW                               3         11:00AM - 12:25PM            TR            LEC         Trice, Ronald
                   84042       NW                               3         9:00AM - 11:55AM             S             LEC         Chatman, Marvin

                   Introduction to Phlebotomy                www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   PLB 100 INTRODUCTION TO PHLEBOTOMY
                   88526       NW                               3         11:00AM - 1:55PM             S             IMB         Larkins-Norwood, Ka-
                   Sandra
                                    FOR HEMO-DIALYSIS STUDENTS ONLY
                   91672       NW                             3            5:00PM - 7:55PM             M             LEC         Huff, Gary

                   PLB 105 PHLEBOTOMY PRACTICUM
                                    CO-REQUISITES: PLB 110
                   91739       NW                            3                     -                                             Staff
                                    PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED

                   PLB 110 PEDIATRIC PHLEBOTOMY
                   91737       NW                               3          6:00PM - 8:55PM             R             LEC         Larkins-Norwood, Ka-
                   Sandra
                                    PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
                   91738       NW                            3            8:00AM - 10:55AM             S             LEC         Larkins-Norwood, Ka-
                   Sandra
                                    PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED

                   Japanese    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   JPN 101 JAPANESE I
                   90318       NW                               4         10:00AM - 11:55AM            TR            LEC         Staff

                   Law Enforcement Administration                   www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   LEA 210 HIGHWAY AND TRAFFIC CONTROL
                                    PRE-REQUISITES: CJS 100 AND LEA 201
                   91677       NW                                3         7:00PM - 9:55PM             M             LEC         Martin, Eileen

                   LEA 230 FUNDAMENTALS OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
                   91655       NW                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM             T             LEC         Evans, Warren

                   LEA 231 CRIMINAL LAW AND JUSTICE I
                   91675       NW                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM             W             LEC         Evans, Warren

                   LEA 250 SOCIAL PROBLEMS IN LAW ENFORCEMENT
                   91676       NW                               3          7:00PM - 9:55PM             R             LEC         Williams, Arthur

                   Mathematics        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   MAT 100 BASIC MATHEMATICS
                   80877       NW                               3          9:30AM - 10:55AM            MW            LEC         Wilson, Earnestine
                   80878       NW                               3         11:00AM - 12:25PM            TR            LEC         Freed, Sharon
                   80879       NW                               3         11:00AM - 12:25PM            MW            LEC         Wilson, Earnestine
                   80880       NW                               3          2:00PM - 3:25PM             TR            LEC         Mickens, McArthur
                   80881       NW                               3          2:00PM - 3:25PM             MW            LEC         Staff
                   80882       NW                               3         8:00AM - 10:55AM             F             LEC         Boman, Scott
                   82612       NW                               3         9:30AM - 10:55AM             TR            LEC         Rosen, Michael

                                                             FOR INFORMATION ON DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES SEE PAGES 28 - 41
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                                                                                                                                             NORTHWEST CAMPUS
  CRN         Campus           Bldg.         Credits           Time                Days              Type       Instructor


                                                                                   CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                              AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                              GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                              HSC - Health Science Center



85037         NW                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM            S              LEC        Onuigbo, Henry
89005         NW                              3            8:00AM - 9:25AM            TR             LEC        Cole, Richard
89006         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            W              LEC        Onuigbo, Henry
89007         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            F              LEC        Onuigbo, Henry
89101         NW                              3            8:00AM - 9:25AM            MW             LEC        Kendall, Shayna
89102         NW                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM            TR             LEC        Haidar, Fadia
89152         NW                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM            MW             LEC        Staff
89199         NW                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM            S              LEC        Yee, Sally
90399         NW                              3           7:00PM - 9:55PM             R              LEC        Zorkot, Mohamed
90407         NW                              3           7:00PM - 9:55PM             M              LEC        Onuigbo, Henry
90438         NW                              3            1:00PM - 2:25PM            MW             LEC        Staff

MAT 105 PRE ALGEBRA
80907         NW                              3            12:30PM - 1:55PM           MW             LEC        Wilson, Earnestine
80908         NW                              3             3:30PM - 4:55PM           TR             LEC        Staff
80910         NW                              3             2:00PM - 3:25PM           TR             LEC        Freed, Sharon
80912         NW                              3            9:30AM - 10:55AM           TR             LEC        Sinha, Rajendra
80913         NW                              3            12:30PM - 1:55PM           TR             LEC        Freed, Sharon
80914         NW                              3            9:30AM - 10:55AM           MW             LEC        Shalan, Salah
80915         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            W              LEC        Powell, Cary
82613         NW                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM            S              LEC        Cole, Richard
85038         NW                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM            S              LEC        Olden, Ruby
89008         NW                              3             7:00PM - 9:55PM           F              LEC        Charles, Joy
89009         NW                              3             2:00PM - 3:25PM           MW             LEC        Staff
89010         NW                              3             7:00PM - 9:55PM           T              LEC        Uduma, Amos
89103         NW                              3             3:30PM - 4:55PM           MW             LEC        Staff
89153         NW                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM           MW             LEC        Shalan, Salah
89154         NW                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM           TR             LEC        Haidar, Fadia
90400         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            M              LEC        Powell, Cary
90439         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            R              LEC        Uduma, Kalu
90487         NW                              3            2:30PM - 3:55PM            MW             LEC        Staff

MAT 110 BUSINESS MATHEMATICS
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 100 OR MAT 105
83954         NW                               3           7:00PM - 9:55PM             M             LEC        Charles, Joy

MAT 112 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 100 OR MAT 105
80930         NW                               3            8:00AM - 9:25AM           MW             LEC        Turfe, Atallah
80935         NW                               3            7:00PM - 9:55PM           R              LEC        Edevbie, Onoawarie
80936         NW                               3           9:30AM - 10:55AM           MW             LEC        Allen, Angela
80937         NW                               3            2:00PM - 3:25PM           MW             LEC        Allen, Angela
80938         NW                               3           8:00AM - 9:25AM            TR             LEC        Turfe, Atallah
80939         NW                               3           7:00PM - 9:55PM            M              LEC        Olden, Ruby
80940         NW                               3           7:00PM - 9:55PM            F              LEC        Edevbie, Onoawarie
81480         NW                               3           2:00PM - 3:25PM            TR             LEC        Staff
84092         NW                               3          11:00AM - 12:25PM           MW             LEC        Allen, Angela
89201         NW                               3          11:00AM - 12:25PM           TR             LEC        Rosen, Michael
90401         NW                               3           8:00AM - 10:55AM           F              LEC        Shalan, Salah
90433         NW                               3           9:00AM - 11:55AM           S              LEC        Edevbie, Onoawarie
90492         NW                               3           8:00AM - 10:55AM           F              LEC        Sinha, Rajendra
90495         NW                               3           3:30PM - 4:55PM            TR             LEC        Rosen, Michael

MAT 113 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 112
80949         NW                              3           9:30AM - 10:55AM             TR            LEC        Turfe, Atallah
80951         NW                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM             MW            LEC        Allen, Angela
80952         NW                              3           7:00PM - 9:55PM              T             LEC        Uduma, Kalu
80953         NW                              3           3:30PM - 4:55PM              MW            LEC        Cole, Richard
84095         NW                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM             S             LEC        Edevbie, Onoawarie
89202         NW                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM             TR            LEC        Rosen, Michael
90480         NW                              3           2:00PM - 4:55PM              F             LEC        Turfe, Atallah
FOR INFORMATION ON DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES SEE PAGES 28 - 41
 Can’t find the class you need? Try a different location. We have six locations and Distance Learning to serve you.                  103
                   WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                             Fall 2011 SCHEDULE
NORTHWEST CAMPUS

                     CRN      Campus            Bldg.        Credits              Time                 Days             Type        Instructor


                                                                                                      CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                                                 AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                                                 GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                                                 HSC - Health Science Center



                   MAT 155 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 113
                   80975      NW                                4             6:00PM - 9:55PM             W             LEC         Jones, Kenyuano
                   80976      NW                                4            9:30AM - 11:25AM             TR            LEC         Jenkins, Lillian
                   89040      NW                                4            5:00PM - 6:55PM              MW            LEC         Staff
                   90481      NW                                4            2:00PM - 3:55PM              TR            LEC         Jenkins, Lillian

                   MAT 156 TRIGONOMETRY
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 155
                   80984      NW                                4            6:00PM - 9:55PM              R             LEC         Johnson, Netyla
                   84099      NW                                4           11:00AM - 12:55PM             MW            LEC         Staff

                   MAT 171 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 156
                   80987      NW                                4            5:00PM - 6:55PM              TR            LEC         Houh, Chorng

                   Nursing & Health Care Skills              www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   NUR 110 NURSING FOUNDATIONS - LECTURE
                                   PRE-REQUISITTES: ENG 119, BIO 240, BIO 250, BIO 295, PSY 101
                   92270      NW                               2             3:00PM - 4:55PM              TR            LEC         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

                   NUR 111 NURSING FOUNDATIONS - LAB
                                   LAB FEE: $30.00
                   92277      NW                               2            8:00AM - 1:55PM               MT            LAB         Servey, Mary
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                   92278      NW                               2            8:00AM - 1:55PM               MT            LAB         Stanley, Mathew
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                   92279      NW                               2            8:00AM - 1:55PM               RF            LAB         Servey, Mary
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                   92280      NW                               2            8:00AM - 1:55PM               RF            LAB         Stanley, Mathew
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                   92281      NW                               2            2:00PM - 7:55PM               MW            LAB         Dolphus, Lynda
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                   92282      NW                               2            2:00PM - 7:55PM               MW            LAB         Henderson, Shirley
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

                   NUR 112 MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING I - LECTURE
                   92312      NW                                4             4:00PM - 5:55PM             TR            LEC         Goudy-Egger, Laynette
                      92313   NW                                0            7:00AM - 12:55PM             MT            LAB         Staff
                      92314   NW                                0            7:00AM - 12:55PM             MT            LAB         Peltz, Caroline
                      92315   NW                                0            7:00AM - 12:55PM             MT            LAB         Diedo, Madeline
                      92316   NW                                0            7:00AM - 12:55PM             MT            LAB         Stanley, Mathew
                      92317   NW                                0            7:00AM - 12:55PM             RT            LAB         Staff
                      92318   NW                                0            7:00AM - 12:55PM             RF            LAB         Dunbar, Pamela
                      92319   NW                                0            7:00AM - 12:55PM             RF            LAB         Servey, Mary
                      92320   NW                                0            7:00AM - 12:55PM             RF            LAB         Stanley, Mathew

                   NUR 114 OBSTETRIC NURSING - LECTURE
                   92283      NW                             3            6:00PM - 8:55PM                 W             LEC         Staff
                      92284   NW                             0            3:00PM - 7:25PM                 RF            LAB         Staff
                      92285   NW                             0            7:00AM - 3:55PM                 M             LAB         Milton, Joyce
                      92286   NW                             0            7:00AM - 3:55PM                 M             LAB         Kennedy, Shiree
                      92287   NW                             0            7:00AM - 3:55PM                 T             LAB         Beyers, Mary
                      92289   NW                             0            5:00PM - 9:30PM                 MT            LAB         Staff
                      92291   NW                             0            7:00AM - 3:55PM                 T             LAB         Staff
                                 CLASS BEGINS 10/17/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011
                   92292      NW                             0            6:30AM - 3:25PM                 S             LEC         Staff
                                 CLASS BEGINS 10/17/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011


                                                             FOR INFORMATION ON DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES SEE PAGES 28 - 41
                     104                                                                                 General Information (313) 496-2600
WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                             Fall 2011 SCHEDULE




                                                                                                                                             NORTHWEST CAMPUS
  CRN         Campus            Bldg.       Credits             Time               Days              Type       Instructor


                                                                                   CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                              AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                              GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                              HSC - Health Science Center



NUR 116 MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING II - LECTURE
92293         NW                               4            3:00PM - 4:55PM            MW            LEC        Goudy-Egger, Laynette
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92294       NW                               0           7:00AM - 12:55PM            MT            LAB        Hardaway, Cynthia
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92295       NW                               0           7:00AM - 12:55PM            MT            LAB        Esch, Sandra
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92296       NW                               0            4:00PM - 9:55PM            RF            LAB        Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92297       NW                               0            4:00PM - 9:55PM            RF            LAB        Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92298       NW                               0            4:00PM - 9:55PM            RF            LAB        Bednarz, Hedi
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92300       NW                               0            7:00AM - 6:55PM            S             LAB        Giles, Sarah
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92301       NW                               0            7:00AM - 6:55PM            S             LAB        Wofford, Willa
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92302       NW                               0           7:00AM - 12:55PM            MT            LAB        Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

NUR 118 PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT
                   LAB FEE: $30.00
92271         NW                               1           12:00PM - 3:55PM            W             LEC        Dunbar, Pamela
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92272         NW                               1           12:00PM - 3:55PM            W             LEC        Lovett, Yvonne
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92273         NW                               1            5:00PM - 8:55PM            F             LEC        Dunbar, Pamela
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92274         NW                               1            5:00PM - 8:55PM            F             LEC        Williams, Felecia
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92275         NW                               1           8:00AM - 11:55AM            S             LEC        Thomas, Sheryl
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92276         NW                               1           8:00AM - 11:55AM            S             LEC        Dunbar, Pamela
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

NUR 119 PHARMACOLOGY
92368         NW                               2           12:00PM - 1:55PM            S             LEC        Thomas, Sheryl
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
NUR 210 PSYCHIATRIC NURSING- LECTURE
92321         NW                               3            1:00PM - 4:55PM           W              LEC        Cook, Gwendolyn
   92322      NW                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM           T              LAB        Lovett, Yvonne
   92323      NW                               0            3:00PM - 7:25PM           RF             LAB        Cook, Gwendolyn
   92324      NW                               0            8:00AM - 4:55PM           R              LAB        Staff
   92325      NW                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM           M              LAB        Williams, Mary
   92326      NW                               0           3:00PM - 11:00PM           S              LAB        Staff
   92327      NW                               0            7:00AM - 3:55PM           S              LAB        Lovett, Yvonne
   92328      NW                               0            7:00AM - 3:55PM           T              LAB        Cook, Gwendolyn
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

NUR 212 MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING III - LECTURE
92329         NW                               4           12:00PM - 1:55PM            MW            LEC        Thomas, Sheryl
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92330       NW                               0            4:00PM - 9:55PM            MT            LAB        Thomas, Sheryl
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92331       NW                               0            4:00PM - 9:55PM            MT            LAB        Gmerek, Gregory
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92332       NW                               0            4:00PM - 9:55PM            MT            LAB        Coleman, Shannon
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92333       NW                               0            7:00AM - 6:55PM            U             LAB        Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/16/2011

FOR INFORMATION ON DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES SEE PAGES 28 - 41
 Can’t find the class you need? Try a different location. We have six locations and Distance Learning to serve you.                  105
                   WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                           Fall 2011 SCHEDULE
NORTHWEST CAMPUS

                    CRN       Campus           Bldg.        Credits             Time                 Days             Type        Instructor


                                                                                                    CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                                               AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                                               GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                                               HSC - Health Science Center



                     92334    NW                             0           7:00AM - 12:55PM               RF            LAB         Staff
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92335    NW                             0           7:00AM - 12:55PM               RF            LAB         Staff
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92336    NW                             0           7:00AM - 12:55PM               RF            LAB         Dolphus, Lynda
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92337    NW                             0            7:00AM - 6:55PM               S             LAB         Staff
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

                   NUR 214 PEDIATRIC NURSING LECTURE COMPONENT
                   92338      NW                               3            1:00PM - 3:55PM             W             LEC         Gafford, Andrea
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92339    NW                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM             T             LAB         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92340    NW                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM             R             LAB         Gafford, Andrea
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92343    NW                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM             S             LAB         Gafford, Andrea
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92344    NW                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM             M             LAB         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

                   NUR 216 MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURSING IV LECTURE
                   92345      NW                               4           12:00PM - 1:55PM             MW            LEC         Conklin, Laura
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92346    NW                               0            4:00PM - 9:55PM             MT            LAB         Conklin, Laura
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92347    NW                               0            4:00PM - 9:55PM             MT            LAB         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92348    NW                               0            4:00PM - 9:55PM             MT            LAB         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92349    NW                               0            7:00AM - 6:55PM             S             LAB         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92350    NW                               0            7:00AM - 6:55PM             U             LAB         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92351    NW                               0           7:00AM - 12:55PM             TF            LAB         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                     92353    NW                               0            4:00PM - 9:55PM             MT            LAB         Conklin, Laura
                                   CLASS BEGINS 10/17/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011
                     92354    NW                               0            4:00PM - 9:55PM             MT            LAB         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 10/17/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011
                     92355    NW                               0            4:00PM - 9:55PM             MT            LAB         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 10/17/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011
                     92356    NW                               0            7:00AM - 6:55PM             S             LAB         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 10/17/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011
                     92358    NW                               0           7:00AM - 12:55PM             TF            LAB         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 10/17/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011
                     92352    NW                               0           12:00PM - 1:55PM             MW            LAB         Staff
                                   CLASS BEGINS 10/17/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011
                                   CLINICAL ROTATION STARTS ON 10/16/2011

                   NUR 218 NURSING ISSUES
                   92359      NW                               1           9:00AM - 10:55AM             T             LEC         Conklin, Laura
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

                   NUR 219 NURSING TRANSITIONS
                   92362      NW                              1           11:00AM - 12:55PM             T             LEC         Conklin, Laura

                   Nursing Assistant        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   NHS 100 NURSING ASSISTANT
                   81022      NW                               10           8:30AM - 4:25PM             MWF           IMB         Clark, Mary
                                   CLASS BEGINS 8/29/2011 AND ENDS 11/14/2011
                                                           FOR INFORMATION ON DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES SEE PAGES 28 - 41
                    106                                                                                General Information (313) 496-2600
WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                             Fall 2011 SCHEDULE




                                                                                                                                             NORTHWEST CAMPUS
 CRN          Campus           Bldg.        Credits            Time                Days              Type       Instructor


                                                                                   CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                              AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                              GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                              HSC - Health Science Center



              NW                                          8:30AM - 4:25PM              MWF           IMB        Kuschinsky, Alice
                 CLASS BEGINS 8/29/2011 AND ENDS 11/14/2011
82373         NW                             10           4:30PM - 9:25PM              MTWR          IMB        Rutherford, Betty
                 CLASS BEGINS 8/29/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011
              NW                                          4:30PM - 9:25PM              MTWR          IMB        Sullivan, Velma
                 CLASS BEGINS 8/29/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011

Pharmacy Technology              www.wcccdbookstore.com

PHT 100 INTRODUCTION TO PHARMACY TECHNOLOGY
91740         NW                              3            4:30PM - 5:55PM             TR            L/L        Matthew, William

PHT 105 ORIENTATION TO PHARMACY TECHNOLOGY
91673         NW                              5            6:00PM - 9:20PM             MTWR          L/L        Staff

PHT 110 INSTITUTIONAL AND COMMUNITY PHARMACY
91674         NW                              5            6:00PM - 9:20PM             MTWR          L/L        Staff

Philosophy         www.wcccdbookstore.com

PHL 101 COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS I
81071         NW                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM             S             LEC        Mc Graw, David

PHL 201 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY
81078         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM             T             LEC        Rashid, Harun
86504         NW                              3            2:00PM - 3:30PM             TR            LEC        Careathers, Timothy

PHL 211 INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC
81085         NW                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM            TR            LEC        Careathers, Timothy
81086         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM             W             LEC        Chambers, James

Political Science        www.wcccdbookstore.com

PS 101 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
81117         NW                              3            12:30PM - 1:55PM           TR             LEC        Muyia, Harrison
81118         NW                              3             2:00PM - 3:25PM           MW             LEC        Walker, Steven
81119         NW                              3             7:00PM - 9:55PM           M              LEC        Webster, Stella
81122         NW                              3            9:30AM - 10:55AM           MW             LEC        Worsham, Conley
81123         NW                              3            9:30AM - 10:55AM           TR             LEC        Muyia, Harrison
81124         NW                              3             7:00PM - 9:55PM           W              LEC        Wright, Michael
81125         NW                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM           TR             LEC        Muyia, Harrison
81126         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            R              LEC        Ivory, Ellis
81129         NW                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM            S              LEC        Ivory, Ellis
81481         NW                              3            12:30PM - 1:55PM           MW             LEC        Walker, Steven
81569         NW                              3            12:00PM - 2:55PM           S              LEC        Ivory, Ellis
81570         NW                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM           MW             LEC        Worsham, Conley
89099         NW                              3             7:00PM - 9:55PM           T              LEC        Ivory, Ellis
89100         NW                              3             2:00PM - 3:25PM           TR             LEC        Conway, Daniel
90497         NW                              3            12:30PM - 1:55PM           TR             LEC        Conway, Daniel

Psychology         www.wcccdbookstore.com

PSY 101 INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
81160         NW                              3           9:30AM - 10:55AM            TR             LEC        Anderson, Cheri
81161         NW                              3            2:00PM - 3:25PM            MW             LEC        Anderson, Cheri
81162         NW                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM            TR             LEC        Varner, Beverli
81164         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            R              LEC        Paul, Rhonda
81166         NW                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM            S              LEC        Paul, Rhonda
81168         NW                              3           8:00AM - 9:25AM             MW             LEC        Varner, Beverli
81171         NW                              3           7:00PM - 9:55PM             T              LEC        Tunstull, Barbara


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                     CRN        Campus           Bldg.         Credits         Time                Days             Type        Instructor


                                                                                                  CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                                             AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                                             GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                                             HSC - Health Science Center



                   81172        NW                               3         7:00PM - 9:55PM            W             LEC         Jones, Charles
                   81174        NW                               3         7:00PM - 9:55PM            M             LEC         Caddy, David
                   81175        NW                               3       11:00AM - 12:25PM            MW            LEC         Varner, Beverli
                   81176        NW                               3         5:00PM - 6:25PM            MW            LEC         Caddy, David
                   81571        NW                               3        9:00AM - 11:55AM            S             LEC         Paul, Rhonda
                   81572        NW                               3         2:00PM - 4:55PM            F             LEC         Varner, Beverli
                   84109        NW                               3        12:30PM - 1:55PM            MW            LEC         Varner, Beverli
                   84110        NW                               3        3:30PM - 4:55PM             TR            LEC         Beydoun, Housain
                   85158        NW                               3       11:00AM - 12:25PM            TR            LEC         Anderson, Cheri
                   85173        NW                               3         2:00PM - 3:25PM            TR            LEC         Varner, Beverli
                   85927        NW                               3        9:30AM - 10:55AM            MW            LEC         Varner, Beverli

                   PSY 200 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT
                   88521        NW                               3        9:30AM - 10:55AM            MW            LEC         Anderson, Cheri
                   88524        NW                               3        7:00PM - 9:55PM             F             LEC         Paul, Rhonda

                   Sociology     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   SOC 100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
                   81224        NW                               3       11:00AM - 12:25PM            MW            LEC         Jordan, Josephus
                   81225        NW                               3        8:00AM - 9:25AM             TR            LEC         Cobb, Lois
                   81226        NW                               3        2:00PM - 3:25PM             MW            LEC         Bonner, Derrick
                   81227        NW                               3        7:00PM - 9:55PM             R             LEC         Jordan, Josephus
                   81228        NW                               3       8:00AM - 10:55AM             F             LEC         Jordan, Josephus
                   81229        NW                               3        7:00PM - 9:55PM             T             LEC         Cobb, Lois
                   81230        NW                               3       12:00PM - 2:55PM             S             LEC         Temple, Katherine
                   89104        NW                               3       9:00AM - 11:55AM             S             LEC         Cobb, Lois
                   89106        NW                               3        7:00PM - 9:55PM             M             LEC         Pettis, Eugene
                   89150        -A61NW                           3        2:00PM - 3:25PM             TR            LEC         Jordan, Josephus
                   89151        NW                               3        8:00AM - 9:25AM             MW            LEC         Jordan, Josephus
                   90496        -A60NW                           3        3:30PM - 4:55PM             TR            LEC         Adams, Kimberly

                   SOC 230 ETHNIC MINORITIES
                   81244        NW                               3        7:00PM - 9:55PM             W             LEC         Cobb, Lois

                   Spanish     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   SPA 101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
                   81573        NW                               4        2:00PM - 3:55PM             MW            LEC         Santiz, Jose

                   SPA 201 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
                                     PRE-REQUISITES: SPA 102
                   81256        NW                               4        4:00PM - 5:55PM             MW            LEC         Andrade, Moises

                   Speech      www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   SPH 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
                   81277        NW                               3         8:00AM - 9:25AM            MW            LEC         Logan, Kim
                   81278        NW                               3        9:30AM - 10:55AM            MW            LEC         Trice, Ronald
                   81279        NW                               3       11:00AM - 12:25PM            MW            LEC         Trice, Ronald
                   81280        NW                               3        2:00PM - 3:25PM             TR            LEC         Kelly, Sherry
                   81281        NW                               3        7:00PM - 9:55PM             M             LEC         Trice, Ronald
                   81282        NW                               3       12:00PM - 2:55PM             S             LEC         Mitchell, Keitha
                   81283        NW                               3       9:00AM - 11:55AM             S             LEC         Mitchell, Keitha
                   81284        NW                               3       11:00AM - 1:55PM             F             LEC         Simuel Jackson, Brenda
                   81286        NW                               3       9:30AM - 10:55AM             TR            LEC         Trice, Ronald
                   81287        NW                               3         5:00PM - 6:25PM            TR            LEC         Chuku, Chile
                   81288        NW                               3         8:00AM - 9:25AM            TR            LEC         Chuku, Chile
                   81289        NW                               3        12:30PM - 1:55PM            TR            LEC         Trice, Ronald
                   85932        NW                               3        12:30PM - 1:55PM            MW            LEC         Jones, Barbara
                   89036        NW                               3       11:00AM - 12:25PM            TR            LEC         Mitchell, Keitha

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                                                                                                                                             NORTHWEST CAMPUS
 CRN          Campus            Bldg.       Credits            Time                Days              Type       Instructor


                                                                                   CAMPUS BUILDING KEY
                                                              AAB - Academic Administration Bldg.           LSB - Laboratory Science Bldg.
                                                              GAB - General Arts Bldg.                      WC - Welcome Center
                                                              HSC - Health Science Center



89037         NW                              3            2:00PM - 3:25PM            MW             LEC        Jones, Barbara
89038         NW                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM            R              LEC        Kelly, Sherry
89039         NW                              3           7:00PM - 9:55PM             F              LEC        Douglas, Andrew
89107         NW                              3           3:30PM - 4:55PM             TR             LEC        Kelly, Sherry
89108         NW                              3           3:30PM - 4:55PM             MW             LEC        Mitchell, Keitha
89109         NW                              3           5:00PM - 6:25PM             MW             LEC        Jones, Barbara
89155         NW                              3           7:00PM - 9:55PM             T              LEC        Simuel Jackson, Brenda
89156         NW                              3           7:00PM - 9:55PM             W              LEC        Softley, Lindasusan
90409         NW                              3           2:00PM - 4:55PM             F              LEC        Softley, Lindasusan
90440         NW                              3           8:00AM - 10:55AM            F              LEC        Kelly, Sherry
90482         NW                              3            3:30PM - 4:55PM            MW             LEC        Jones, Barbara
92021         NW                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM            MW             LEC        Simuel Jackson, Brenda

Surgical Technology Program                 www.wcccdbookstore.com

SUR 100 ORIENTATION TO SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY
88513         NW                            3          8:00AM - 10:55AM        F                     LEC        Scott, Andrea
                   MUST MEET PROGRAM DIRECTOR BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THIS COURSE.

SUR 101 CENTRAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN
88515         NW                            3          8:00AM - 10:55AM        S                     LEC        Blair Franklin, Angela
                   MUST MEET PROGRAM DIRECTOR BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THIS COURSE.

SUR 102 CENTRAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN/CLINICAL
                   LAB FEE: $30.00
88516         NW                            4          12:00PM - 3:55PM        S                     LEC        Blair Franklin, Angela
                   MUST MEET PROGRAM DIRECTOR BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THIS COURSE.

SUR 110 SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY PRINCIPLES
                   CO-REQUISITES: SUR 120 SUR 125
88517         NW                               3           2:00PM - 4:55PM             R             LEC        Miller, Theresa
                   PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED

SUR 120 SURGICAL SPECIALTIES AND TECHNIQUE
88518         NW                            4             8:00AM - 11:55AM             R             LEC        Shikhman, Mark
                   PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED

SUR 125 SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY CLINICAL I
                   LAB FEE: $40.00
88519         NW                          4                8:30AM - 4:25PM             TW            LAB        Golida, Damus
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED
88520         NW                          4                8:30AM - 4:25PM             TW            LAB        Miller, Theresa
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED
              NW                                           8:30AM - 4:25PM             TW            LAB        Scott, Andrea
                 PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED




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                      FLEX/FAST-TRACK
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                   These accelerated courses allow the student to
                   complete each class in seven and a half weeks or less.



                   CRN         Campus                         Credits              Time          Days     Type    Instructor


                   Anthropology        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   ANT 150 INTRODUCTION TO GLOBAL STUDIES
                   91993      NW                                1            8:00AM - 10:00AM     F       LEC    Chapman, Yolanda
                                   FAST TRACK CLASS MEETS: 8/23/2011 - 10/15/2011

                   Corrections      www.wcccdbookstore.com

                   COR 100 INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONS I
                   80376      NW                                3            10:00AM - 11:55AM    MTWRF   LEC    Donaldson, Clinton
                                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS: 8/23/2011 - 9/23/2011

                   COR 105 INTRODUCTION TO CORRECTIONAL COUNSELING
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: COR 100
                   80383      NW                                3             12:00PM - 1:55PM    MTWRF   LEC    Donaldson, Clinton
                                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS: 8/23/2011 - 9/23/2011

                   COR 200 SOCIAL SCIENCE FOR CORRECTIONAL PERSONNEL
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: COR 100
                   80386      NW                                3             2:00PM - 3:55PM     MTWRF   LEC    Donaldson, Clinton
                                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS: 8/23/2011 - 9/23/2011

                   COR 210 CORRECTIONAL INSTITUTION FACILITIES
                   80389      NW                                3             2:00PM - 3:55PM     MTWRF   LEC    Donaldson, Clinton
                                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS: 9/26/2011 - 10/27/2011

                   COR 255 LEGAL ISSUES IN CORRECTIONS
                   88653      NW                                3             4:00PM - 5:55PM     MTWRF   LEC    Evans, Warren
                                   FAST TRACK CLASS BEGINS: 9/26/2011 - 10/27/2011




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                                  Michael Dotson
                                  Campus President




       Welcome to the Western Campus, a learning community that is going “green” in
       a significant way.This includes the development of new laboratory resources in
       the West wing of the campus, and the work that will soon take place on the
       grounds of the facility to improve energy efficiency, recreation, and protection of
       the wetlands.

       We hope you will explore the many opportunities available at the Western
       Campus and throughout the District that can help position you for success in a
       global world. Along with an emphasis on digital technologies (including the video
       game design, animation curriculum, information technologies, health-related
       offerings, and sustainable design and building programs), the campus is a center
       for regional activities accommodating meetings, public events and activities in the
       Conference Center.

       It is an exciting time to be part of the Wayne County Community College
       District family and I invite you to become an active member of our learning
       community. Your success is important to us and we look forward to the
       opportunity to serve you.




       Michael Dotson
       President,Western Campus




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                                                                                                                             9555 Haggerty
                                                                                                                             Belleville, MI 48111

                                                                                                                             General Information
                                                                                                                             734-699-7008

                                                                                                                             Career Program Hotline
                                                                                                                             1-800-300-2118
                                                                                                                             www.wcccd.edu


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                                                                                                                Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 am-10:00 pm
                                                                                                                Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 am-4:30 pm
                                                                                                                Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 am-3:00 pm




                         Featured Campus Programs
                  • Accounting                                                                                • Logistics

                  • Computer Information Systems                                                              • Website Designer

                  • Electrical/Electronics                                                                    • Nursing

                  • Forensic/Digital Photography                                                              • Surgical Technology/
                                                                                                                First Assistant
                  • Power Energy/HVAC
                                                                                                              • Sustainable Buildings and Sites
                  • Hemodialysis Patient Care
                    Specialist                                                                                • Video Game Design & Animation


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                                                                                                                            WESTERN CAMPUS
Course          Course Name                                 CRN                   Time                Type


                                      FRIDAY OFFERINGS
NUR 118         PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT                         92371           5:00PM - 8:55PM            LEC
NUR 118         PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT                         92372           5:00PM - 8:55PM            LEC

                                 SATURDAY OFFERINGS
CIS 210         INTRODUCTION TO UNIX                        88502           9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
DMP 101         STORY ELEMENTS FOR A DIGITAL
                ENVIRONMENT                                 84563           1:00PM - 3:55PM            LEC
EE 105          ELECTRONIC FABRICATION AND
                DESIGN                                     86265            9:00AM - 11:55AM           IMB
ENG 120         ENGLISH II                                 80699            9:30AM - 12:25PM           LEC
HEM 124         DRIVE TRAIN                                92029            8:00AM - 3:55PM            LEC
HIS 220         HISTORY OF MICHIGAN                        91705            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
HSC 100         MEDICAL MEASUREMENTS AND
                MATHEMATICS                                92446            8:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
HVA 201         INTRODUCTION TO BOILER PLANT
                MAINTENANCE                                91703            8:00AM - 10:55AM           LEC
LOG 101         INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS                  89983            9:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
LOG 105         INVENTORY AND WAREHOUSE MGT.               91797           12:00PM - 2:55PM            LEC
MCT 208         PROGRAMMABLE LOGICS
                CONTROLLER                                  92022          12:00PM - 3:55PM            LEC
NUR 114         OBSTETRIC NURSING - LECTURE                 92386           6:00AM - 2:25PM            LAB
NUR 114         OBSTETRIC NURSING - LECTURE                 92388           6:30AM - 3:25PM            LAB
NUR 114         OBSTETRIC NURSING - LECTURE                 92390           6:30AM - 3:25PM            LAB
NUR 116         MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING II -
                LAB                                        92398            7:00AM - 6:55PM            LAB
NUR 116         MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING II -
                LAB                                         92399           7:00AM - 6:55PM            LAB
NUR 118         PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT                         92373           8:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
NUR 118         PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT                         92374           8:00AM - 11:55AM           LEC
NUR 210         PSYCHIATRIC NURSING- LECTURE                92425           7:00AM - 3:55PM            LAB
NUR 212         MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING III -
                LAB                                         92435           7:00AM - 6:55PM            LAB
NUR 214         PEDIATRIC NURSING LECTURE
                COMPONENT                                  92441            2:00PM - 10:55PM           LAB
OIS 100         KEYBOARDING                                91716            9:00AM - 11:55AM           IMB
PS 101          AMERICAN GOVERNMENT                        81134           12:30PM - 3:25PM            LEC
PSY 101         INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY                    81767            9:30AM - 12:25PM           LEC
PSY 200         LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT                       88422            9:30AM - 12:25PM           LEC




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                 Course    Course Name                      CRN          Time            Type


                           SATURDAY OFFERINGS CONTINUED
                 SED 220   SED CAPSTONE                     92024    8:00AM - 3:55PM      LEC
                 VDP 255   FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY (CAPSTONE
                           PROJECT, PORTFOLIO & CAREER
                           DEVELOPMENT)                     91792    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                 VGD 268   COMPUTER GAME FOUNDATIONS        87026    9:00AM - 11:55AM     LEC
                 VGD 272   TEXTURING FUNDAMENTALS           91800   12:00PM - 3:55PM      LEC




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                                                                                                                                 WESTERN CAMPUS
  CRN          Campus                        Credits             Time              Days      Type      Instructor




                Fall 2011
Accounting          www.wcccdbookstore.com

ACC 105 INCOME TAX ACCOUNTING
91781          WE                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         W        LEC       Thomas, Myron

ACC 110 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
80030          WE                              4           10:00AM - 11:55AM        TR       LEC       Thomas, Myron

ACC 210 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I
91782          WE                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         M        LEC       Othman, Abdul

African-American Studies                www.wcccdbookstore.com

AAS 131 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STRUGGLE
85981          WE                              4           12:30PM - 2:25PM         MW       LEC       Smith, Bruce

Allied Health          www.wcccdbookstore.com

ALH 110 TERMINOLOGY FOR THE HEALTH PROFESSIONS
85456          WE                              3            6:30PM - 9:25PM         W        LEC       Ward, Sarah
86251          WE                              3           9:30AM - 10:55AM         TR       LEC       Butler, Stanley

ALH 230 MEDICAL ETHICS
89977          WE                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM        TR       LEC       Staff

American Sign Language                 www.wcccdbookstore.com

ASL 101 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I
884231         WE                              3             6:00PM - 8:55PM        TR       LEC       Staff
                    FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE FIRST 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

ASL 102 STRUCTURE OF SIGN LANGUAGE
91783          WE                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         F        LEC       Staff

ASL 103 VISUAL GESTURE COMMUNICATION
91681          WE                              3            12:30PM - 3:25PM      F          LEC       Staff
                    FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE SECOND 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

Arabic        www.wcccdbookstore.com

ARA 101 INTRODUCTION TO ARABIC I
89986          WE                              4           12:00PM - 1:55PM         MW       LEC       Zalzala, Alaaldin

Art        www.wcccdbookstore.com

ART 115 BASIC DRAWING FOR ANIMATION
86253          WE                              3            6:30PM - 9:25PM         W        LEC       Staff

Biology       www.wcccdbookstore.com

BIO 151 HUMAN ECOLOGY
92025          WE                              4            8:00PM - 9:55PM         MW       LEC       Jacks, Leslie
92026          WE                              4            8:00AM - 9:55AM         TR       LEC       Bull, James

BIO 155 INTRODUCTORY BIOLOGY
                    LAB FEE: $75.00
80142          WE                              4           12:00PM - 1:55PM         TR       LEC       Abbas, Mohammed
   88458       WE                              0           2:00PM - 3:55PM          T        LAB       Abbas, Mohammed
80143          WE                              4           6:00PM - 7:55PM          MW       LEC       Jacks, Leslie
   88460       WE                              0           8:00PM - 9:55PM          M        LAB       Goff, George
   90025       WE                              0           8:00PM - 9:55PM          W        LAB       Staff
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                   CRN      Campus                         Credits         Time          Days     Type   Instructor


                 80144      WE                               4        8:00AM - 9:55AM     MW      LEC    Smith, Lorraine
                    88463   WE                               0       10:00AM - 11:55AM    W       LAB    Smith, Lorraine
                 82381      WE                               4        8:00PM - 9:55PM     TR      LEC    Ross, Sonya
                    88465   WE                               0        6:00PM - 7:55PM     R       LAB    Goff, George
                 84860      WE                               4        4:00PM - 5:55PM     MW      LEC    Jacks, Leslie
                    88466   WE                               0        6:00PM - 7:55PM     M       LAB    Um, Ikchul
                 84869      WE                               4       10:00AM - 11:55AM    MW      LEC    Carter, Eugene
                    88448   WE                               0        8:00AM - 9:55AM     W       LAB    Carter, Eugene

                 BIO 240 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I
                                 PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                                 LAB FEE: $75.00
                 80166      WE                               4        12:00PM - 1:55PM    TR      LEC    Kitakis, Frank
                    88481   WE                               0       10:00AM - 11:55AM    T       LAB    Thomas, Reny
                 80168      WE                               4        8:00AM - 9:55AM     MW      LEC    Kitakis, Frank
                    88485   WE                               0       10:00AM - 11:55AM    M       LAB    Staf
                    88486   WE                               0       10:00AM - 11:55AM    W       LAB    Sutliff, Peter
                 85982      WE                               4       10:00AM - 11:55AM    MW      LEC    Kitakis, Frank
                    88487   WE                               0       12:00PM - 1:55PM     M       LAB    Kitakis, Frank
                 85985      WE                               4        8:00PM - 9:55PM     TR      LEC    Thomas, Reny
                    88489   WE                               0        6:00PM - 7:55PM     T       LAB    Ross, Sonya

                 BIO 250 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II
                                 PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 240
                                 LAB FEE: $75.00
                 80185      WE                               4       10:00AM - 11:55AM    TR      LEC    Kitakis, Frank
                   88475    WE                               0        12:00PM - 1:55PM    T       LAB    Staff
                   88476    WE                               0        12:00PM - 1:55PM    R       LAB    Obi, Lawrence
                 85988      WE                               4        8:00PM - 9:55PM     MW      LEC    Obi, Lawrence
                    88479   WE                               0        6:00PM - 7:55PM     M       LAB    Obi, Lawrence
                 90280      WE                               4       10:00AM - 11:55AM    MW      LEC    Robinson, Edwin
                    88477   WE                               0        8:00AM - 9:55AM     M       LAB    Robinson, Edwin

                 BIO 252 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY
                                 PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 250
                 80190      WE                               4        10:00AM - 1:55PM    F       LEC    Lucas, Jo Ann

                 BIO 295 MICROBIOLOGY
                                 PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                                 LAB FEE: $75.00
                 80211      WE                               4         6:30PM - 7:55PM    TR      LEC    King, Kyle
                    88468   WE                               0         8:00PM - 9:25PM    TR      LAB    Pullumbi, Ervin
                 80212      WE                               4         8:00AM - 9:25AM    TR      LEC    Ghazizadeh, Saeid
                    88469   WE                               0        9:30AM - 10:55AM    TR      LAB    Alansari, Huda
                 84568      WE                               4        12:00PM - 1:25PM    MW      LEC    Smith, Lorraine
                    88470   WE                               0        1:30PM - 2:55PM     MW      LAB    Smith, Lorraine

                 Business   www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 BUS 150 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
                 85272      WE                               3        8:00AM - 9:25AM     TR      LEC    Miller, April
                 91684      WE                               3        8:00PM - 9:25PM     MW      LEC    Knox, Clint
                 91784      WE                               3        6:00PM - 8:55PM     W       LEC    Jones, Dawn

                 BUS 225 COMPUTER APPLICATION IN BUSINESS
                                 LAB FEE: $15.00
                 80278      WE                               3        6:30PM - 9:25PM     M       LEC    Manigault, Katrina
                 88015      WE                               3       11:00AM - 12:25PM    TR      LEC    Harris, Pamela
                 91683      WE                               3        8:00AM - 9:25AM     MW      LEC    Watkins, Rolanda

                 BUS 228 INTERNET WEB PAGE DESIGN FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
                                 LAB FEE: $15.00
                 85100      WE                               3         8:00AM - 9:25AM    TR      LEC    Harris, Pamela
                 91687      WE                               3         6:00PM - 8:55PM    R       LEC    Abraham, Laurece
                 91786      WE                               3        12:30PM - 1:55PM    MW      LEC    Kyles, Kevin



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  CRN         Campus                          Credits            Time             Days         Type    Instructor


BUS 240 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
91686         WE                                3           6:00PM - 8:55PM          M         LEC     Huff, Kimberly

Business Law          www.wcccdbookstore.com

BL 201 BUSINESS LAW I
80247         WE                                4           6:00PM - 9:55PM          W         LEC     Ratliff, Carl

Chemistry          www.wcccdbookstore.com

CHM 105 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY
                   LAB FEE: $75.00
84927         WE                                4          6:00PM - 7:55PM           TR        LEC     Leavell, Bonita
   88452      WE                                0          8:00PM - 9:55PM           T         LAB     Leavell, Bonita
85972         WE                                4          8:00AM - 9:55AM           MW        LEC     Jawad, Ali
   88455      WE                                0         10:00AM - 11:55AM          W         LAB     Jawad, Ali

Chinese       www.wcccdbookstore.com

CHN 101 CHINESE
91790-        WE                             4           6:00PM - 7:55PM             MW        LEC     Staff
92461         -I01VR                         4           6:00PM - 8:00PM             TR        ITV     Luo, Ronghua
                  THIS INTERACTIVE COURSE MEETS AT THE WESTERN CAMPUS

Computer Information Systems                        www.wcccdbookstore.com

CIS 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                   LAB FEE: $20.00
80340         WE                                4          12:30PM - 4:25PM          W         LEC     Chizick, John
86254         WE                                4          6:00PM - 7:55PM           TR        LEC     Enteshary-Najafabady, Abbas
91688         WE                                4          8:00AM - 9:55AM           MW        LEC     Boron, James

CIS 112 STRUCTURED DESIGN
                   PRE-REQUISITES: CIS 110
                   LAB FEE: $15.00
89965         WE                                3          6:30PM - 9:25PM           T         LEC     Jacob, Robert
91689         WE                                3         10:00AM - 11:25AM          MW        LEC     Boron, James

CIS 210 INTRODUCTION TO UNIX
                   PRE-REQUISITE: CIS 110
88502         WE                                3          9:00AM - 11:55AM          S         LEC     Jordan, Tammy

CIS 240 NETWORKING ESSENTIALS
                   PRE-REQUISITE: CIS 110
91690         WE                                3          9:00AM - 12:55PM          F         LEC     Johnson, Doris
CIS 241 INTERNET FOUNDATIONS
                   PRE-REQUISITE: CIS 110
91691         WE                                4          9:00AM - 10:55AM          MW        LEC     Cunningham, Bernice

CIS 258 JAVA SCRIPT/PERL
                   PRE-REQUISITES: CIS 110, CIS 112
91787         WE                                 3          6:00PM - 9:55PM          R         LEC     Staff

CIS 285 INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE CONCEPTS
                 PRE-REQUISITES: CIS 203 OR CIS 207 OR CIS 209 OR CIS 233 OR CIS 224 OR CIS 259
                 LAB FEE: $15.00
91692         WE                              3             6:00PM - 8:55PM           M         LEC    Fradi, Reda

Computer Technology Option                     www.wcccdbookstore.com

CT 203 DIGITAL LOGIC I
                   LAB FEE: $25.00
91695         WE                                4          11:30AM - 1:55PM          MW        IMB     Basharat, Ahmed




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                  CRN        Campus                         Credits         Time          Days     Type   Instructor


                 CT 205 INTRODUCTION TO MICROPROCESSORS
                                  PRE-REQUISITE: CIS 110
                                  LAB FEE: $25.00
                 91696       WE                               4        2:00PM - 4:25PM     TR      IMB    Staff

                 CT 209 COMPUTER REPAIR
                                  LAB FEE: $35.00
                 91694       WE                               4        8:00AM - 10:55AM    MW      LEC    Golshan, Rahmatollah

                 CT 210 COMPTIA A+
                                  PRE-REQUISITE: CIS 110
                                  LAB FEE: $50.00
                 91693       WE                               6        6:30PM - 9:25PM     TR      LEC    Tarrance, Larry

                 CT 211 COMPUTER NETWORKING I
                                  PRE-REQUISITE: CT 209
                                  LAB FEE: $35.00
                 86258       WE                               4        4:00PM - 5:55PM     MW      LEC    Tarrance, Larry

                 Dietetic Technology           www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 DT 130 FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION
                                  PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                 80450       WE                               3        8:00AM - 10:55AM    T       LEC    Sutton, Jamie
                 80451       WE                               3        5:00PM - 7:55PM     R       LEC    Rutkowski, Cynthia

                 Digital Media Production             www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 DMP 101 STORY ELEMENTS FOR A DIGITAL ENVIRONMENT
                 84563       WE                               3        1:00PM - 3:55PM     S       LEC    Staff

                 Economics        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 ECO 101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
                 91698       WE                               3        9:00AM - 11:55AM    F       LEC    Staff

                 ElectronicsTechnology              www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 EE 101 DIRECT CURRENT FUNDAMENTALS
                                  CO-REQUISITE OF EE 107
                                  LAB FEE: $25.00
                 86262       WE                               4        11:00AM - 1:55PM    TR      IMB    Golshan, Rahmatollah

                 EE 105 ELECTRONIC FABRICATION AND DESIGN
                                  PRE-REQUISITE: EE 102
                                  LAB FEE: $35.00
                 86265       WE                               2        9:00AM - 11:55AM    S       IMB    Al-Saadi, Fadhil

                 EE 107 MATH FOR E/E I
                                  CO-REQUISITE OF EE 101
                 86264       WE                               4        9:00AM - 10:55AM    TR      LEC    Golshan, Rahmatollah

                 English   www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 ENG 112 CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING I
                                  PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 111
                 80599       WE                               3        12:30PM - 1:55PM    MW      LEC    Kirkby, Carol
                 83999       WE                               3        9:30AM - 10:55AM    TR      LEC    Staff

                 ENG 113 CAREER AND TECHNICAL READING II
                                  PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 112
                 80611       WE                               3        12:30PM - 1:55PM    TR      LEC    Staff
                 80612       WE                               3         6:30PM - 7:55PM    TR      LEC    Staff
                 84885       WE                               3        9:30AM - 10:55AM    MW      LEC    Kirkby, Carol




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 CRN          Campus                        Credits            Time             Days         Type      Instructor


ENG 114 CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING I
84883         WE                               3          11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        LEC       Wilson, Julie

ENG 115 CAREER AND TECHNICAL WRITING II
                  PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 114
80656         WE                               3            8:00PM - 9:25PM        TR        LEC       Woods, Allayne
80657         WE                               3           12:30PM - 1:55PM        MW        LEC       Staff
84916         WE                               3           8:00AM - 9:25AM         MW        LEC       Wilson, Julie
92478         -A80WE                           3          10:00AM - 11:25AM        TR        LEC       Wilson, Julie

ENG 119 ENGLISH I
80570         WE                               3          9:30AM - 12:25PM         F         LEC       Gelinas, Paul
80573         WE                               3           6:30PM - 9:25PM         M         LEC       Cain, Kanika
81759         WE                               3          9:30AM - 10:55AM         TR        LEC       Kirkby, Carol
85978         WE                               3          12:30PM - 1:55PM         MW        LEC       Schaefer, James
85979         WE                               3           6:30PM - 9:25PM         W         LEC       Cain, Kanika
90465         WE                               3          12:30PM - 1:55PM         TR        LEC       Kirkby, Carol

ENG 120 ENGLISH II
                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 119 OR ENG 110
80697         WE                               3          12:30PM - 1:55PM         MW        LEC       Ramsey, Mary
80699         WE                               3          9:30AM - 12:25PM         S         LEC       Staff
89991         WE                               3          6:30PM - 9:25PM          M         LEC       Kroll, Michael
90466         WE                               3          6:30PM - 9:25PM          W         LEC       Kroll, Michael

Forensic Photography              www.wcccdbookstore.com

VDP 110 INTRO. TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
82276         WE                               3           6:30PM - 9:25PM         W         LEC       Sanders, William

VDP 115 DIGITAL PHOTO IMAGING I
                   PRE-REQUISITE: VDP 110
83755         WE                               3           6:30PM - 9:25PM         M         LEC       Staff

VDP 210 STUDIO PHOTOGRAPHY
                   PRE-REQUISITE: VDP 110
91791         WE                               3           6:30PM - 9:25PM         M         LEC       Sanders, William

VDP 255 FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY (CAPSTONE PROJECT, PORTFOLIO AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT)
                   PRE-REQUISITE: ALL VDP CLASSES
91792         WE                               3          9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Sanders, William

French      www.wcccdbookstore.com

FRE 101 ELEMENTARY FRENCH I
89959         WE                               4           8:00AM - 9:55AM         MW        LEC       Johnson, Freda

German        www.wcccdbookstore.com

GRM 101 INTRODUCTION TO GERMAN
88595         WE                               4          12:00PM - 1:55PM         MW        LEC       Staff

Health Sciences           www.wcccdbookstore.com

HSC 100 MEDICAL MEASUREMENTS AND MATHEMATICS
92444         WE                             1            6:00PM - 9:55PM          T         LEC       Gafford, Andrea
                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92445         WE                             1           12:30PM - 4:25PM          W         LEC       Beyers, Mary
                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92446         WE                             1           8:00AM - 11:55AM          S         LEC       Thomas, Sheryl




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                  CRN        Campus                         Credits          Time          Days        Type     Instructor


                 Heating,Ventilation & Air Conditioning                 www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 HVA 101 BASIC REFRIGERATION
                                  CO-REQUISITE OF HVA 102
                                  LAB FEE: $30.00
                 80825       WE                                  4      8:00AM - 10:25AM      MW       LEC      Staff

                 HVA 102 HERMETIC SYSTEMS
                                  CO-REQUISITE OF HVA 101
                                  LAB FEE: $45.00
                 80829       WE                                  2      8:00AM - 10:55AM      R        LEC      Staff

                 HVA 106 BASIC HEATING
                                  CO-REQUISITE OF HVA 107
                                  LAB FEE: $30.00
                 80833       WE                                  4       5:30PM - 7:55PM      TR       LEC      Martin III, George

                 HVA 107 HEATING CONTROLS
                                  CO-REQUISITE OF HVA 106
                                  LAB FEE: $30.00
                 80835       WE                                  2       8:00PM - 9:25PM      TR       LEC      Martin III, George

                 HVA 110 FORCED AIR AND HYDRONIC HEATING
                                  PRE-REQUISITES: HVA 106, 107
                                  LAB FEE: $25.00
                 91702       WE                                  4      11:00AM - 1:25PM      TR       LEC      Staff

                 HVA 111 APPLIED ELECTRICITY IN AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING
                                PRE-REQUISITES: HVA 101 AND 102, OR 106 AND 107
                                LAB FEE: $25.00
                 86271       WE                             3            5:30PM - 9:25PM      W        IMB      Martin III, George

                 HVA 201 INTRODUCTION TO BOILER PLANT MAINTENANCE
                 91703       WE                                  3      8:00AM - 10:55AM      S        LEC      Sharma, Vinod

                 Hemodialysis Patient Care Specialist                 www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 HMD 110 HEMODIALYSIS TERMS AND PRINCIPLE
                 89962       WE                            3             4:30PM - 7:30PM      W        LEC      Staff
                                  PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.

                 HMD 120 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF KIDNEY
                 89960       WE                            3             4:30PM - 7:30PM      R        LEC      Staff
                                  PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.

                 HMD 130 SURGICAL PRINC. OF PERITONEAL
                 89961       WE                            3             4:30PM - 7:30PM      T        LAB      Staff
                                  PROGRAM APPROVAL REQUIRED.

                 History    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 HIS 220 HISTORY OF MICHIGAN
                 91705       WE                                  3      9:00AM - 11:55AM      S        LEC      Cook, Joseph

                 HIS 249 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES I 1607 - 1865
                 85950       WE                                  3       6:30PM - 9:25PM      W        LEC      Kantzler, Carolynn

                 HIS 250 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II: 1865 TO PRESENT
                 91704       WE                                  3       6:30PM - 9:25PM      M        LEC      Hoffman, Mark

                 Human Services          www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 HUS 135 PROFESSIONALISM IN HUMAN SERVICES
                                 PRE-REQUISITES: HUS 105
                 92367       -B02VR                          3         10:00AM - 11:25AM        MW      ITV      Simpson, Gail
                                 THIS INTERACTIVE TELEVISION COURSE MEETS AT THE WESTERN CAMPUS ON MONDAYS & WEDNESDAYS FROM 10:00AM TO
                                 11:25AM.

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 CRN          Campus                         Credits           Time             Days         Type      Instructor


Humanities         www.wcccdbookstore.com

HUM 101 INTRODUCTION TO THE VISUAL ARTS
80797         WE                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM         MW        LEC       Melikan, Christopher

HUM 211 MUSIC APPRECIATION
80806         WE                              3            6:30PM - 9:25PM         M         LEC       Myers, Macell

HUM 231 INTRODUCTION TO FILM
84009         WE                              3            6:30PM - 9:25PM         R         LEC       Anderson, Gary

Logistics Management              www.wcccdbookstore.com

LOG 101 INTRODUCTION TO LOGISTICS
89983         WE                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Johnson, Dale

LOG 105 INVENTORY AND WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT
                   PRE-REQUISITE: LOG 101
91797         WE                              3           12:00PM - 2:55PM         S         LEC       Johnson, Dale

LOG 110 TRANSPORTATION AND DISTRIBUTION
                   PRE-REQUISITE: LOG 101
91798         WE                              3            8:00PM - 9:55PM         MW        LEC       Johnson, Dale

Management           www.wcccdbookstore.com

MGT 205 MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES
91710         WE                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM         R         LEC       Scott, Michael

Marketing        www.wcccdbookstore.com

MKT 200 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
91709         WE                              3            7:00PM - 9:55PM         T         LEC       Jones, Dawn

Mathematics          www.wcccdbookstore.com

MAT 100 BASIC MATHEMATICS
80884         WE                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM         TR        LEC       Raeck, William
84884         WE                              3           9:30AM - 10:55AM         MW        LEC       Raeck, William
85938         WE                              3            6:30PM - 7:55PM         MW        LEC       Raeck, William

MAT 105 PRE ALGEBRA
80916         WE                              3            6:30PM - 7:55PM         TR        LEC       Cooper, Tyrone
80917         WE                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM         MW        LEC       Jacques, William
89997         WE                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM        TR        LEC       Barker, Jerry
90468         WE                              3            9:30AM - 10:55AM        TR        LEC       Okafor, Joseph

MAT 112 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 100 OR MAT 105
80942         WE                               3            6:30PM - 7:55PM        TR        LEC       Okafor, Joseph
84010         WE                               3          11:00AM - 12:25PM        MW        LEC       Sinha, Rajendra
89998         WE                               3           12:30PM - 1:55PM        TR        LEC       Okafor, Joseph

MAT 113 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 112
84011         WE                              3            8:00AM - 9:25AM         MW        LEC       Sinha, Rajendra
88968         WE                              3           11:00AM - 12:25PM        TR        LEC       Okafor, Joseph

MAT 155 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 113
85940         WE                              4            6:00PM - 7:55PM         TR        LEC       Amer, Usama

MAT 156 TRIGONOMETRY
                   PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 155
85941         WE                              4            6:00PM - 7:55PM         MW        LEC       Amer, Usama



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                   CRN      Campus                        Credits             Time          Days     Type   Instructor


                 Mechatronics       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 MCT 202 INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS
                                 LAB FEE: $25.00
                 91706      WE                              3            5:00PM - 6:55PM     MW      LEC    Staff

                 MCT 207 HYDRAULICS AND PNEUMATICS
                                 LAB FEE: $25.00
                 91708      WE                              2            7:00PM - 9:55PM     W       IMB    Basharat, Ahmed

                 MCT 208 PROGRAMMABLE LOGICS CONTROLLER
                 92022      WE                              3            12:00PM - 3:55PM    S       LEC    Staff

                 Nursing & Health Care Skills             www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 NUR 110 NURSING FOUNDATIONS - LECTURE
                 81026      WE                               2            3:00PM - 4:55PM    TR      LEC    Staff
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

                 NUR 111 NURSING FOUNDATIONS - LAB
                                 LAB FEE: $30.00
                 92375      WE                               2            8:00AM - 1:55PM    MT      LAB    Diedo, Madeline
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                 92376      WE                               2            8:00AM - 1:55PM    MT      LAB    Peltz, Caroline
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                 92377      WE                               2            8:00AM - 1:55PM    RF      LAB    Diedo, Madeline
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                 92378      WE                               2            8:00AM - 1:55PM    RF      LAB    Peltz, Caroline
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                 92379      WE                               2            2:00PM - 7:55PM    MW      LAB    Diedo, Madeline
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                 92380      WE                               2            2:00PM - 7:55PM    MW      LAB    Peltz, Caroline
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

                 NUR 112 MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING I - LECTURE
                 92410      WE                              4             4:00PM - 5:55PM    TR      LEC    Goudy-Egger, Laynette
                    92411   WE                              0            7:00AM - 12:55PM    MT      LAB    Dolphus, Lynda
                    92412   WE                              0            7:00AM - 12:55PM    MT      LAB    Servey, Mary
                    92413   WE                              0            7:00AM - 12:55PM    MT      LAB    Staff
                    92414   WE                              0            7:00AM - 12:55PM    MT      LAB    Staff
                    92415   WE                              0            7:00AM - 12:55PM    RF      LAB    Staff
                    92416   WE                              0            7:00AM - 12:55PM    RF      LAB    Staff
                    92417   WE                              0            7:00AM - 12:55PM    RF      LAB    Staff
                    92418   WE                              0            7:00AM - 12:55PM    RF      LAB    Dolphus, Lynda

                 NUR 114 OBSTETRIC NURSING - LECTURE
                 92381      WE                               3            6:00PM - 8:55PM    W       LEC    Staff
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                   92382    WE                               0            3:00PM - 7:25PM    RF      LAB    Staff
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                   92383    WE                               0            7:00AM - 3:55PM    M       LAB    Kennedy, Shiree
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                   92384    WE                               0            7:00AM - 3:55PM    M       LAB    Milton, Joyce
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                   92385    WE                               0            7:00AM - 3:55PM    T       LAB    Kennedy, Shiree
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                    92387   WE                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM    T       LAB    Staff
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                   92388    WE                               0            6:30AM - 3:25PM    S       LAB    Staff
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
                   92389    WE                               0            7:00AM - 3:55PM    T       LAB    Kennedy, Shiree
                                 CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011




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  CRN         Campus                        Credits             Time            Days         Type      Instructor


NUR 116 MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING II - LECTURE
92391         WE                               4           3:00PM - 4:55PM         MW        LEC       Goudy-Egger, Laynette
   92392      WE                               0          7:00AM - 12:55PM         MT        LAB       Hardaway, Cynthia
   92393      WE                               0          7:00AM - 12:55PM         MT        LAB       Esch, Sandra
   92394      WE                               0           4:00PM - 9:55PM         RF        LAB       Staff
   92395      WE                               0           4:00PM - 9:55PM         RF        LAB       Bednarz, Hedi
   92398      WE                               0           7:00AM - 6:55PM         S         LAB       Giles, Sarah
   92399      WE                               0           7:00AM - 6:55PM         S         LAB       Staff
   92400      WE                               0          7:00AM - 12:55PM         MT        LAB       Wofford, Willa

NUR 118 PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT
                   LAB FEE: $30.00
92369         WE                               1           12:00PM - 3:55PM        W         LEC       Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92370         WE                               1           12:00PM - 3:55PM        W         LEC       Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92371         WE                               1            5:00PM - 8:55PM        F         LEC       Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92372         WE                               1            5:00PM - 8:55PM        F         LEC       Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92373         WE                               1           8:00AM - 11:55AM        S         LEC       Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
92374         WE                               1           8:00AM - 11:55AM        S         LEC       Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

NUR 210 PSYCHIATRIC NURSING- LECTURE
92419         WE                               3            1:00PM - 4:55PM        W         LEC       Cook, Gwendolyn
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92420       WE                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM        T         LAB       Cook, Gwendolyn
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92421       WE                               0            3:00PM - 7:25PM        RF        LAB       Cook, Gwendolyn
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92422       WE                               0            8:00AM - 4:55PM        R         LAB       Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92423       WE                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM        M         LAB       Williams, Mary
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92424       WE                               0           3:00PM - 11:00PM        S         LAB       Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92425       WE                               0            7:00AM - 3:55PM        S         LAB       Lovett, Yvonne
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011
  92426       WE                               0            7:00AM - 3:55PM        T         LAB       Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 8/23/2011 AND ENDS 10/15/2011

NUR 212 MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING III - LECTURE
92427         WE                               4          12:00PM - 1:55PM         MW        LEC       Thomas, Sheryl
   92428      WE                               0           4:00PM - 9:55PM         MT        LAB       Thomas, Sheryl
   92429      WE                               0           4:00PM - 9:55PM         MT        LAB       Gmerek, Gregory
   92430      WE                               0           4:00PM - 9:55PM         MT        LAB       Coleman, Shannon
   92431      WE                               0           7:00AM - 6:55PM         U         LAB       Staff
   92432      WE                               0          7:00AM - 12:55PM         RF        LAB       Staff
   92433      WE                               0          7:00AM - 12:55PM         RF        LAB       Henderson, Shirley
   92434      WE                               0          7:00AM - 12:55PM         RF        LAB       Staff
   92435      WE                               0          7:00AM - 6:55PM          S         LAB       Staff
                   CLINICAL ROTATION STARTS 10/16/2011.

NUR 214 PEDIATRIC NURSING LECTURE COMPONENT
92436         WE                               3            1:00PM - 3:55PM        W         LEC       Gafford, Andrea
   92437      WE                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM        T         LAB       Gafford, Andrea
   92438      WE                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM        R         LAB       Gafford, Andrea
   92439      WE                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM        R         LAB       Staff
   92441      WE                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM        S         LAB       Staff
   92442      WE                               0           2:00PM - 10:55PM        M         LAB       Staff
                   CLASS BEGINS 10/17/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011




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WESTERN CAMPUS

                  CRN       Campus                         Credits            Time              Days      Type   Instructor


                 Nursing Assistant        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 NHS 100 NURSING ASSISTANT
                 92443      WE                             10           8:30AM - 4:25PM          MTWRF    IMB    Lundy, Michael
                               CLASS BEGINS 10/17/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011
                            WE                                          8:30AM - 4:25PM          MTWRF    IMB    Troy Chapman, Cynthia
                               CLASS BEGINS 10/17/2011 AND ENDS 12/12/2011

                 Office Information Systems               www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 OIS 100 KEYBOARDING
                                 LAB FEE: $15.00
                 89984      WE                              3           10:00AM - 11:25AM        MW       IMB    Craig, Lillian
                 91716      WE                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S        IMB    Abraham, Laurece

                 OIS 101 KEYBOARDING FUNDAMENTALS
                                 LAB FEE: $15.00
                 88499      WE                              3           9:30AM - 10:55AM         TR       LEC    Craig, Lillian

                 OIS 227 DESKTOP PUBLISHING I
                                 LAB FEE: $15.00
                 91711      WE                              3           8:00AM - 10:55AM         M        IMB    Wyatt, Esther

                 OIS 280 OFFICE ADMIN. PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
                                 LAB FEE: $15.00
                 91715      WE                              3            8:00AM - 9:25AM         TR       IMB    Carey, Elma

                 Political Science      www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 PS 101 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
                 81131      WE                              3            6:30PM - 9:25PM         M        LEC    Cheltenham, Valence
                 81132      WE                              3            6:30PM - 9:25PM         R        LEC    Surowitz, Marvin
                 81133      WE                              3           9:30AM - 10:55AM         MW       LEC    Brown, Jeffrey
                 81134      WE                              3           12:30PM - 3:25PM         S        LEC    Martin, Roland
                 90469      WE                              3           9:30AM - 10:55AM         TR       LEC    Brown, Jeffrey

                 Psychology      www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 PSY 101 INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
                 81179      WE                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM         TR       LEC    Beydoun, Housain
                 81180      WE                              3            6:30PM - 9:25PM         T        LEC    Beydoun, Housain
                 81181      WE                              3            6:30PM - 9:25PM         W        LEC    Lynum, Carmen
                 81767      WE                              3           9:30AM - 12:25PM         S        LEC    Merchant, Cheryl
                 85944      WE                              3           8:00AM - 9:25AM          MW       LEC    Moore, Gennea

                 PSY 200 LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT
                 88420      WE                              3            6:30PM - 9:25PM         T        LEC    Simpson, Sheabra
                 88422      WE                              3           9:30AM - 12:25PM         S        LEC    Anthony, Bart

                 Renewable Energy Technology                www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 RET 100 RENEWABLE ENERGY/ALTERNATE ENERGY PRINCIPLES
                 88429      WE                              4             8:00AM - 11:55AM       MW       LEC    Falandino, Michael
                                 FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE FIRST 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

                 RET 120 CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES AND APPLICATION
                 91718      WE                              4           8:00AM - 11:55AM       MW         L/L    Falandino, Michael
                                 FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE SECOND 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

                 RET 140 ENERGY AND ELECTRICITY
                                 PRE-REQUISITE: RET 100
                 89985      WE                              4           12:30PM - 2:25PM         MW       LEC    Falandino, Michael




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                                                                                                                                  WESTERN CAMPUS
 CRN          Campus                        Credits             Time              Days       Type      Instructor


Sociology       www.wcccdbookstore.com

SOC 100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
81231         WE                              3            6:30PM - 9:25PM         W         LEC       Jordan, Josephus
81232         -A80WE                          3            8:00AM - 9:25AM         TR        LEC       Jordan, Josephus
81233         WE                              3           9:30AM - 12:25PM         F         LEC       Lynum, Carmen
89999         WE                              3           6:30PM - 9:25PM          T         LEC       Craft, Barbara

Spanish      www.wcccdbookstore.com

SPA 101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I
85233         WE                              4           12:00PM - 1:55PM         MW        LEC       Richardson Smith, Sandra
91728         WE                              4           6:30PM - 8:25PM          TR        LEC       Andrade, Moises

SPA 201 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH I
91719         WE                              4            2:00PM - 3:55PM         MW        LEC       Richardson Smith, Sandra
                   PRE-REQUISITE: SPA 102

Speech       www.wcccdbookstore.com

SPH 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
81291         WE                              3           9:30AM - 12:25PM         F         LEC       Garfinkel, Morris
85947         WE                              3           12:30PM - 1:55PM         MW        LEC       Bryant, Antoinette
88426         WE                              3           8:00AM - 9:30AM          TR        LEC       Bryant, Antoinette
90470         WE                              3           6:30PM - 9:25PM          R         LEC       Harrison III, Dempsey

Surgical Technology Program                 www.wcccdbookstore.com

SUR 100 ORIENTATION TO SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY
84974         WE                            3             8:30AM - 10:55AM         R         LEC       Balsis, Charles
                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED

SUR 101 CENTRAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN
81298         WE                            3             8:00AM - 10:55AM         M         LEC       Williams, Linda
                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED

SUR 155 SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY CLINICAL III
81306         WE                            6              7:00AM - 3:25PM         TWR       LEC       Balsis, Charles
                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
              WE                                           7:00AM - 3:25PM         TWR       LEC       Golida, Damus
                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
              WE                                           7:00AM - 3:25PM         TWR       LEC       Miller, Theresa
                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED
              WE                                           7:00AM - 3:25PM         TWR       LEC       Shikhman, Mark
                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED

SUR 160 SURGICAL SEMINAR/CERTIFICATION PREPARATION
                   LAB FEE: $30.00
81307         WE                            4             8:00AM - 11:55AM         M         LEC       Shikhman, Mark
                   PROGRAM ADMISSION REQUIRED

Sustainable Environmental Design                   www.wcccdbookstore.com

SED 100 SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
88583         WE                              3             5:00PM - 7:55PM        TR        LEC       Staff
                   FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE FIRST 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

SED 120 RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL DESIGN
91721         WE                              3            5:00PM - 7:55PM       TR          LEC       Staff
                   FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE SECOND 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

SED 200 LEED CERTIFICATION EXAM PREPARATION
92023         WE                              3            6:30PM - 9:25PM         W         LEC       Staff

SED 220 SED CAPSTONE
92024         WE                              6            8:00AM - 3:55PM         S         LEC       Staff


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WESTERN CAMPUS

                  CRN      Campus                    Credits          Time         Days     Type   Instructor


                 Video Game Design           www.wcccdbookstore.com

                 VGD 268 COMPUTER GAME FOUNDATIONS
                                LAB FEE: $35.00
                 87026     WE                          4        9:00AM - 11:55AM    S       LEC    Staff

                 VGD 272 TEXTURING FUNDAMENTALS
                                LAB FEE: $35.00
                 91800     WE                          4        12:00PM - 3:55PM    S       LEC    Staff




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    FLEX/FAST-TRACK




                                                                                                                                  WESTERN CAMPUS
These accelerated courses allow the student to
complete each class in seven and a half weeks or less.



CRN            Campus                       Credits             Time              Days       Type      Instructor


American Sign Language                www.wcccdbookstore.com

ASL 103 VISUAL GESTURE COMMUNICATION
91681         WE                              3            12:30PM - 3:25PM      F           LEC       Staff
                   FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE SECOND 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

Renewable Energy Technology                  www.wcccdbookstore.com

RET 100 RENEWABLE ENERGY/ALTERNATE ENERGY PRINCIPLES
88429         WE                              4             8:00AM - 11:55AM       MW        LEC       Falandino, Michael
                   FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE FIRST 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

RET 120 CONVENTIONAL ENERGY SOURCES AND APPLICATION
91718         WE                              4           8:00AM - 11:55AM       MW          L/L       Falandino, Michael
                   FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE SECOND 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

Sustainable Environmental Design                   www.wcccdbookstore.com

SED 100 SUSTAINABLE ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN
88583         WE                              3             5:00PM - 7:55PM        TR        LEC       Staff
                   FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE FIRST 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER

SED 120 RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL DESIGN
91721         WE                              3            5:00PM - 7:55PM       TR          LEC       Staff
                   FAST TRACK COURSE - RUNS THE SECOND 7.5 WEEKS OF THE SEMESTER




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UNIVERSITY CENTER


                                              Gary Cummings

                                              Assistant Vice President




                          Welcome to the Wayne County Community College District University Center!

                          At the University Center, you will find an exceptional environment and a strong
                          learning community supported by our senior institution partners. Our university
                          and senior college partners provide opportunities to complete degrees and
                          access graduate level courses without having to leave the region. Along with
                          WCCCD courses offered at University Center, we are also home to the Harper
                          Woods Public School’s dual enrollment program and a growing number of dual-
                          enrollment/concurrent enrollment initiatives with secondary schools within the
                          region.

                          The University Center is a unique facility with the capacity to host conferences,
                          workshops, seminars and meetings in the large lecture theatre, spacious
                          classrooms and atrium exhibit space.We invite you to take advantage of the
                          many opportunities for continuing education courses and community events held
                          throughout the year.

                          This is a great time to become a member of the WCCCD family. We extend an
                          open invitation to you to join this exciting community.




                          Gary Cummings
                          Assistant Vice President




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                                                                                                                           UNIVERSITY CENTER
                                                                                        19305 Vernier Rd.
                                                                                        Harper Woods, MI 48225

                                                                                        General Information
                                                                                        313-886-2425

                                                                                        Career Program Hotline
                                                                                        1-800-300-2118
                                                                                        www.wcccd.edu




 Not all courses and programs are offered each
 semester at each campus. Programs are offered
 District-Wide, meaning that students can
 sometimes expect to attend classes at more than
 one campus in order to complete programs.


 OFFICE HOURS:
 Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30am-10:00pm
 Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30am-5:00pm
 Saturday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8:30am-1:00pm

 • Student Services, such as admissions, counseling
   and registration, are not available at the UNIVERSITY
   CENTER. For assistance with these services, please visit
   the Eastern or other WCCCD campuses.



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                    WAYNE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                           Fall 2011 SCHEDULE
UNIVERSITY CENTER
                     CRN        Campus                         Credits           Time          Days     Type   Instructor




                                 Fall 2011
                    Accounting       www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    ACC 110 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I
                    88567       UC                               4          7:00PM - 8:55PM     MW      LEC    Backaitis, Algis

                    Business    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    BUS 150 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS
                    88563       UC                               3          9:00AM - 11:55AM    F       LEC    Wyatt, Esther

                    BUS 221 BUSINESS STATISTICS
                                     PRE-REQUISITES: MAT 113
                    88562       UC                               3          9:00AM - 11:55AM    T       LEC    Breger, William

                    BUS 225 COMPUTER APPLICATION IN BUSINESS
                                     LAB FEE: $15.00
                    84029       UC                               3          9:00AM - 11:55AM    F       LEC    Craig, Lillian

                    BUS 228 INTERNET WEB PAGE DESIGN FOR BUSINESS APPLICATIONS
                                   PRE-REQUISITE: OIS 101 RECOMMENDED, BUS 225 OR CIS 110
                                   LAB FEE: $15.00
                    84031       UC                             3         9:00AM - 11:55AM       S       LEC    Johnson, Doris

                    Business Law        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    BL 201 BUSINESS LAW I
                    88568       UC                               4          7:00PM - 8:55PM     TR      LEC    Bryant, Marvin

                    Computer Information Systems                     www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    CIS 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                                     LAB FEE: $20.00
                    88601       UC                               4          9:00AM - 12:55PM    M       LEC    De Petro, Alexander

                    Dietetic Technology           www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    DT 130 FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION
                                     PRE-REQUISITES: BIO 155
                    88604       UC                               3          6:00PM - 8:55PM     M       LEC    Leese, Loretta
                    88630       UC                               3          6:00PM - 8:55PM     W       LEC    Deutsch-Keahey, Diane

                    Economics        www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    ECO 101 PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I
                    90449       UC                               3          9:00AM - 11:55AM    T       LEC    Bell, Ronald L.

                    English    www.wcccdbookstore.com

                    ENG 119 ENGLISH I
                    88565       UC                               3          9:00AM - 10:25AM    TR      LEC    Mitseff, Emily
                    88596       UC                               3          9:00AM - 11:55AM    F       LEC    Mitseff, Emily
                    91852       UC                               3          12:00PM - 1:25PM    MW      LEC    Staff

                    ENG 120 ENGLISH II
                                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 119 OR ENG 110
                    88564       UC                             3            9:00AM - 10:25AM    MW      LEC    Staff
                                   PRE-REQUISITE: ENG 119
                    88602       UC                             3           10:30AM - 11:55AM    TR      LEC    Mitseff, Emily



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                                                                                                                                UNIVERSITY CENTER
 CRN          Campus                         Credits           Time             Days         Type      Instructor


ENG 285 CHILDREN’S LITERATURE
                   PRE-REQUISITES: ENG 120
90047         UC                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Mitseff, Emily

History      www.wcccdbookstore.com

HIS 151 WORLD CIVILIZATION I PRE-HISTORY-1650
90450         UC                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         W         LEC       Staff

HIS 250 HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES II: 1865 TO PRESENT
91853         UC                              3            1:00PM - 3:55PM         R         LEC       Staff

Mathematics          www.wcccdbookstore.com

MAT 155 COLLEGE ALGEBRA
                   PRE-REQUISITE: MAT 113 OR BY PLACEMENT
88598         UC                               4          10:30AM - 12:25PM        TR        LEC       Opalinski, Bob
91854         UC                               4           7:00PM - 8:55PM         MW        LEC       Staff

MAT 171 ANALYTIC GEOMETRY AND CALCULUS I
                   PRE-REQUISITE: MAT 156
91855         UC                              4            7:00PM - 8:55PM         TR        LEC       Staff

Political Science         www.wcccdbookstore.com

PS 101 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
88566         UC                              3            1:00PM - 3:55PM         T         LEC       O’Mara, Erin
90446         UC                              3            1:00PM - 3:55PM         M         LEC       Ibe, Frank
91856         UC                              3            6:00PM - 8:55PM         R         LEC       Worsham, Conley

Psychology         www.wcccdbookstore.com

PSY 101 INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY
88597         UC                              3            1:00PM - 3:55PM         W         LEC       Price, Jerome
90448         UC                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         F         LEC       Varner, Beverli

Sociology       www.wcccdbookstore.com

SOC 100 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY
88599         UC                              3            1:00PM - 3:55PM         R         LEC       Henderson, Joyce
90447         UC                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         S         LEC       Adams, Kimberly

Speech       www.wcccdbookstore.com

SPH 101 FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
88600         UC                              3            1:00PM - 3:55PM         M         LEC       Mitseff, Emily
89941         UC                              3           9:00AM - 11:55AM         W         LEC       Mitseff, Emily




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CONTINUING EDUCATION PROGRAMS
       Spring and Summer 2012
                                                   ADULT CLASSES
                                             • Floral Design - Just Corsages
                                             • Introduction to Poetry
                                             • Introduction to QuickBooks
                                             • Non-Profit Board Development
                                             • Getting the Most From Your IPad!
                                             • Basic Computer Technology
                                               Certificate

                KIDS’ COLLEGE
• Practice in Powerpoint     • Creative Writing Camp
• ACT/SAT Review             • Sculpture
• Math Camp                  • Golf Camp
• “So You Wanna Be An        • Tennis Camp
  Actor?” Acting Camp for    • Lets Grow Green Camp
  Youth
                             • Music Camp (Singing,
• Sports Camp                  Dance and Instrumental)
• Unbelievable Edibles Art
  Camp
• Performing Arts Camp




For information call (313) 496-2704 or visit www.wcccd.edu
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        Wayne County Community College District
       HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                                                                                                          FACT SHEET
                                                       Health Information Technology (HIT) is a demanding, growing profession that requires specialized skills. Studies by
                                                      the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Department of Education and other sources project that as many as 50,000 additional
                                                 HIT professionals may be needed over the next five years to support the implementation of electronic health records in the
                                               United States. Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD) is part of the Midwest Community College HIT consortium
                                               and can provide you with the skills, confidence and connections you will need to thrive in the HIT field.


ABOUT THE                                      PROGRAM SPECIFICS AT WCCCD
CONSORTIUM
                                               The program offers both campus-based and distance education courses, including evening and weekend scheduling. WCCCD
                                               focuses on job-specific training in four workforce roles to support electronic health records implementation which are listed
                                               below:
                                                       * Clinician/Practitioner Consultants                  *    Implementation Support Specialists
The consortium is a                            During Fall 2010, WCCCD launched the Clinician/Practitioner Consultants and Implementation Support Specialists Certificate
collaboration of 17 of                         Programs. The salary ranges for the above mentioned positions are between $12.46 - $20.25 per hour.
the largest and most                           In addition to “hard” technical skills, the Midwest HIT training program will incorporate up to 40 hours of “soft” skills training,
innovative community                           which includes problem solving, decision making, time management, etc.

colleges in the Midwest.                       ADMISSION CRITERIA
Its goal is to recruit and                     Minimum Requirements:                       Prior health related work or classroom experience.
                                                                                       G




train a minimum of 2,700                                                                   Assessment and/or Interview
                                                                                       G




                                               Preferred Qualifications:                    Two years IT or health related work experience
health career and
                                                                                       G




                                               Scholarships:                               THIS IS NOT AN INCOME BASED PROGRAM.
information technology
                                                                                       G




professionals and                              JOB OPPORTUNITIES
students annually,                             Though job placement is not guaranteed, the consortium is developing strong partnerships with regional
to assist them in                              extension centers and workforce investment programs, as well as physician practices and software vendors/
                                               consultants, to help students establish the contacts they need that will lead to job opportunities.
becoming HIT
professionals.                                 To access the documents below, please visit www.wcccd.edu/students under the WCCCD Services Tab
                                                   HIT Application
                                               G



                                                   Certification Program Summary/Course Descriptions
                                               G




                                          For further information please contact Mrs. Karen McCants,
                                                (313) 922-3311 or email kmccant1@wcccd.edu
 This project is supported in whole or in part by ARRA HIT Grant # 90CC007901 awarded to the Cuyahoga Community College by the Federal HHS Office of the National Coordinator.
 Cuyahoga Community College is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based upon race, gender, nor ethnicity


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                            World
                            Languages
                      Institute
                 Languages Offered
           Arabic • Chinese • French • German
      • Japanese • Spanish • American Sign Language

      For More Information Please Call: (313) 496-2759


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The WORLD
    Awaits YOU
         Why should YOU
                                                                                                                      !
          participate in
 STUDY ABROAD?
Study Abroad is designed for students who
are interested in experiencing the culture of
other countries through international travel,
cultural explorations, language and media.
Students will also gain knowledge and insight into
the changing dynamics of foreign cultures and
societies as well as develop an understanding of
how other social and political systems work.
Studying abroad offers a number of
benefits including:
 • Learning about other cultures
 • Enhancing your communication in a foreign
   language
 • Enhancing your academic resume
 • Developing new intellectual or academic pursuits

                  For more information call: (313) 496-2526
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                     ONLINE
                        The e-Learning Center
        Wayne
        County
        Community
        College
        District




                      Continuing
                       Education for
                        Professionals


  • Accounting
  • Business
  • Engineering
  • Finance
  • Healthcare
  • Insurance
  • Law
  • Service & Hospitality
  • Technology and More!
For more information visit www.wcccd.theelearningcenter.com
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                  AND          MIDWEST ACADEMY OF PUBLIC SAFETY

                                         Now Offering
 ONLINE PUBLIC SAFETY COURSES
                                                             WCCCD's Michigan Institute for Public
                                                             Safety Education (MIPSE) and School of
                                                             Continuing Education in partnership with
                                                             The Midwest Academy of Public Safety
                                                             (MAPS), offers a wide selection of online
                                                             Continuing Education courses.

                                                            The MAPS Online Campus delivers training
                                                            to students around the world anytime,
                                                            anywhere.

There are over 493 hours of online
courses from which to choose.

Sample of courses available:
  • Basic Officer Training
  • Counterterrorism
  • Introduction to Security
  • Close Protections Specialty V




                                                For more information visit
                                                  www.wcccdmaps.com

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                                    www.wcccd.edu
    In an effort to improve WCCCD student access to all District communications we are now
     requiring that all academic students have a free WCCCD student Email account. This will
     enable students to have instant access to important student and District information and
   provide each student with a safe and secure method in which to communicate with WCCCD.
     All official college communication to students will come through WCCCD student Email
  accounts. WCCCD students will be responsible for communications sent to this address by the
      District as we switch our student communication process from a paper system to Email.

 What does this mean for WCCCD students?
 • Students will have instant access to official communications about their classes, billing statements,
   financial aid, student accounts, retention alerts, emergency alerts, etc. and these will come only to
   your WCCCD student Email (no longer on paper).
 • Messages sent by students to WCCCD from their WCCCD student Email account will be secure and
   will not be at risk of being held as “spam”.
 • Students will be more informed and have the ability to take charge of their education at WCCCD!

 What do you need to do?
 • Simply register for any academic class and you will automatically be provided with a WCCCD student
   Email account.
 • Please note it will take 24 hours from the time you register for classes for your WCCCD student Email
   account to be activated.
 • Check your Email account regularly to stay in touch and in control of your education at WCCCD!




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         Opening Doors…Opening Minds
       Wayne
       County
       Community
       College
       District
                                                     Join a…

        LEARNING COMMUNITY
 Learning Communities at WCCCD involve two classes linked together, coupled with support
      services, to bond a group of students. Embedded within the linked courses is a
     half-hour of intrusive presentations to help participants become master students.
  Within the linked courses, faculty will work together to integrate assignments and develop
            enriched learning experiences both inside and outside the classroom.
     See your campus academic advisor to sign up for a Learning Community today!

Program Benefits:                                      Typically Linked Coursesin a
 • Tutoring Services                                     Learning Community are:
 • Academic Advising
 • Outside Class Experience                                 ENG 115                             SOC 100
 • Interaction with Faculty                                 ENG 115                             PS 101
 • Interaction with Other                                   ENG 115                             ALH 110
   Students                                                 ENG 119                             SPH 101
 • Learning Workshops                                       MAT 105                             BUS 225

Success Factors:
• Completion of College                        Wayne County Community College District is providing the
  Courses                                        opportunity for interested students to join a Learning
• Completion of                                        Community for the Fall 2011 semester.
  Degree/Certificate
• Transfer to a 4-year                                                                       For more information call
  Institution                                                                                  313-496-2634 and to
                                                                                             register for such classes,
                                                                                               contact your campus
                                                                                                 advising staff as
                                                                                                 soon as possible.

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          Wayne
          County
          Community
                               HONORS PROGRAM
          College
          District                FALL 2011
        Introduces Honors Study Options
                                         Developing Leaders
                                           for Today and
                                             Tomorrow
The Honor’s Program at Wayne County Community College District is designed to promote
scholarship, leadership and civic engagement. In the Fall 2011 semester, students may
engage in special honors projects that use the Phi Theta Kappa Honors Program Study
Topic, “The Democratization of Information: Power, Peril, and Promise”.
Special honors projects could include:
                A research paper
                A colloquium presentation
                An original computer program or project
                A biography
                A review of additional reading
                The creation of an original sculpture or other work of art




  Check with your professors to see if they are
    participating in the Honor’s Program
        Study Options this Fall 2011.

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                                 INSTITUTIONAL STATEMENTS
Drug Free Workplace                                                                   Grievance Procedures
    Wayne County Community College District makes every effort to provide
a drug-free workplace and environment. The District expressly prohibits the                TITLE VI OF THE CIVIL RIGHTS ACT OF 1964
unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, or use of any            TITLE IX OF THE EDUCATION AMENDMENT OF 1972
controlled substance in the workplace. The term "controlled substance"                 SECTION 504 OF THE REHABILITATION ACT OF 1973
shall mean a controlled substance in schedules I through V of Section 202 of               AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT (ADA)
the Control Substance Act (21 U.S.C. 812).
    Any individual found to be in violation of this policy has                        If any student believes that Wayne County Community College District or any
engaged in a gross misconduct and is subject to disciplinary action,                  part of the school's organization has not applied the principles and/or
up to and including expulsion for students, termination for                           regulations of (1) Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; (2) Title IX of the
employees, a permanent ban from the premises for visitors, and/or                     Education Amendment of 1972; (3) Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of
criminal prosecution for all violators.                                               1973; or the ADA, the student may bring forward a complaint (which shall
    All employees shall, as a condition of their employment, abide by the             be referred to as a grievance through this text) to the local Equal
terms in this policy. In addition, employees engaged in the performance of            Opportunity Compliance Coordinator at the following address:
any federal grant or contract will notify their supervisor and/or personnel
department of any criminal drug statute conviction occurring in the                                  Wayne County Community College District
workplace no later than five (5) days after such conviction (Approved                         Vice Chancellor for Human Resources and Accountability
6/28/89).                                                                                            2nd Floor, 801 W. Fort, Detroit, MI 48226
                                                                                                             telephone: 313-496-2588
Smoke-Free Compliance
In compliance with the Michigan Clean Indoor Air Act, Wayne County and                The appropriate procedures must be followed by the student in order for
City of Detroit Ordinances, Wayne County Community College District and its           his/her grievance to be thoroughly reviewed for merit. The grievance
facilities are smoke-free.                                                            procedures (steps) are outlined below.

Statement of Compliance                                                               Grievance Procedure For EOCC Complaints
Wayne County Community College District (WCCCD), pursuant to the                      The person who believes he/she has a valid basis for a grievance shall
requirements of Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the    discuss the grievance informally on a verbal basis with the Equal
Education Amendments of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of                Opportunity Compliance Coordinator, who shall in turn investigate and
1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, the Vietnam-Era Veterans                    reply to the complaint with an answer to the grievance. The student may
Readjustment Assistance Act, the Elliot-Larsen Civil Rights Act, Executive            begin formal procedures according to the following steps.
Order 11246, and Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
complies with all Federal and State laws and regulations prohibiting                  Step 1
discrimination and with all requirements and regulations of the U.S.                  A written statement of the grievance signed by the student shall be submitted
Department of Education.                                                              to the Equal Opportunity Compliance Coordinator within five (5) business
                                                                                      days of receipt of the answers to the informal grievance. The coordinator
It is the policy of WCCCD that no person, on the basis of race, color, religion,      shall further investigate the matters of grievance and reply in writing to the
national origin, age, sex, height, weight, marital status, disability, or political   student within five (5) business days.
affiliation or belief, shall be discriminated against, excluded from
participation in, denied the benefits of, or otherwise subjected to                   Any complaint submitted under this procedure shall be filed at Step 1 within
discrimination in employment or in any program or activity for which it is            twenty (20) business days after the student becomes aware or reasonably
responsible or for which it receives financial assistance from the U.S.               should have become aware of the complaint. If the complaint is not served
Department of Education. (Policy adopted by the Wayne County Community                within that time, it will not be considered. Failure by the student to appeal
College District’s Board of Trustees, July 28, 1993)                                  the complaint from Step 1 to Step 2 within the stated time limit procedure
                                                                                      shall also nullify the complaint.
Notice of Non-Discrimination
Any questions concerning Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972                 Step 2
which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, or inquiries related to           If the student wishes to appeal the decision of the Equal Opportunity
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 which prohibits discrimination          Compliance Coordinator, the student may submit an appeal to the
on the basis of handicap, and inquiries related to Title II of the Americans          Chancellor of the District within five (5) business days after receipt of the
with Disabilities Act (ADA) which provides comprehensive civil rights                 Coordinator's response. The Chancellor (or a designee) shall meet with all
protection for individuals with disabilities, or the District’s Statement of          parties involved within ten (10) business days to formulate a conclusion,
Compliance with Federal and State law, should be directed to the Director of          and respond in writing to the student within ten (10) business days.
Human Resources, Wayne County Community College District, 801 W. Fort,
Detroit, MI 48226 or by calling:                                                      Step 3
313-496-2765.                                                                         If at this point the grievance has not been satisfactorily settled, further
                                                                                      appeals may be made to the Office of Civil Rights, Department of Education,
                                                                                      Washington, D.C. 20201.




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                                                                                Social Security Number Privacy Act
      THE FAMILY                                                                The State of Michigan has recently enacted the Social Security Number
  EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS                                                            Privacy Act that requires all public and private businesses and institu-
                                                                                tions to enact a policy regarding the protection and disclosure of
    AND PRIVACY ACT                                                             social security numbers. In compliance with this law and in further-
                                                                                ance of Wayne County Community College District’s commitment to
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, FERPA is a               protect the privacy of its students, a Social Security Number Protection
federal law that states (a) that a written institutional policy must be         Policy has been adopted by the District.
established and (b) that a statement of adopted procedures covering
the privacy rights of students be made available. The law provides that         In accordance with this policy, all students should be aware that their
the institution will maintain the confidentiality of student educational        social security number will not be publicly displayed with more than
records.                                                                        four (4) sequential digits, or used as a primary account number by
                                                                                the District. Furthermore, students will not be required to supply their
WCCCD accords all the rights under the law to students who are                  social security number to gain access to any computer system, internet
declared independent. No one outside the institution shall have                 websites or networks administered by the District.
 access to, nor will the institution disclose, any information from the
student's education records without the written consent of the student          Additionally, in order to avoid inadvertent disclosure, no document
except to personnel within the institution, to officials of other               will be mailed or electronically transmitted by the District that con-
institutions in which the student seeks to enroll, to persons or                tains more then four (4) sequential digits of a student’s social security
organizations providing the student with financial aid, to accrediting          number unless required by state or federal law, a court order or
agencies carrying out their accreditation function, to persons in               under the other conditions expressly stated in the District’s Policy.
compliance with a judicial order, and to persons in an emergency                Also as part of its Social Security Number Protection Policy, the
in order to protect the health or safety of students or other persons. All      District has adopted disposal procedures that require all documents
these exceptions are permitted under the Act.                                   that contain a student’s social security number be either eradicated or
                                                                                destroyed.
Within the WCCCD community, only those members, individually or
collectively, acting in the student's educational interest are allowed access   If students have any questions about this policy, or need clarification
to student educational records. These members include personnel in the          on any of the District’s procedures concerning social security num-
Offices of Admissions and Records, Student Services, and academic               bers, please either consult the District’s Policy Manual or contact the
personnel within the limitations of their need to know.                         Administration.
At its discretion, the institution may provide Directory Information in         Student Rights and Responsibilities
accordance with the provisions of the Act to include: student name,             The District publishes a document – the Student Handbook which
address, telephone number, email address, date and place of birth, major        includes the Student Code of Conduct and expects that every student
field of study, dates of attendance, degrees and awards received, the most      will become familiar with this information. This document is designed
recent previous educational agency or institution attended by the student,      to help you successfully navigate through the educational process at
participation in officially recognized activities and sports, and weight and    WCCCD and outlines our expectations for student behavior. It is the
height of members of athletic teams. Students may withhold Directory            student’s responsibility to become familiar with this publication and
Information by notifying the Vice Chancellor of Student Services in writing     refer to it as needed. You may obtain a copy of the Student Handbook
within two weeks after the first day of class for the semester.                 on our website at www.wcccd.edu.
Requests for nondisclosure will be honored by the institution for only
one academic year. Therefore, authorization to withhold Directory
Information must be filed annually with the Vice Chancellor of Student
Services. Forms utilized to make this request are available in the Office of
Admissions and Records at all campus locations.

For additional information regarding the Family Education Rights and
Privacy Act please visit our website at www.wcccd.edu or reference the
Student Handbook.




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                 TABLE A (CITIZENSHIP)                                                 Campus Safety
                2CA                    Canada
                3AQ                    American Samoa
                                                                                Introduction To Campus Safety
                3AS                    Australia
                3ET                    Ethiopia                          Safety and security are important issues for the entire
                3GH                    Ghana                        Wayne County Community College District community. Each
                3IN                    India                        member of the District’s campus communities — faculty,
                3IR                    Iran
                3IS                    Israel                       staff and students — is responsible for taking an active role
                3IZ                    Iraq                         in both reporting and preventing incidents that might
                3JM                    Jamaica                      jeopardize the safety of others attending, visiting or working
                3JO                    Jordan
                KE                     Kenya                        at Wayne County Community College District. It is the
                3LE                    Lebanon                      District’s intent to provide the safe environment needed for
                3LT                    Liberia                      its members to successfully pursue their various goals.
                2MY                    Malaysia
                2NI                    Nigeria
                2PK                    Pakistan
                3RP                    Philippines                  The following information is provided in compliance with the
                3SA                    Saudi Arabia                  Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act (Title II, Public
                3SF                    South Africa                  Law 101-542), as amended, and the Drug-Free Schools and
                3SU                    Sudan
                3SY                    Syria                                     Communities Amendments of 1989
                3UG                    Uganda                                          (Public Law 101-226).
                2YE                    Yemen
                40T                    Other                              I. Campus Crime Reporting Procedures
                                                                          All criminal incidents and emergency situations are to be
                    TABLE B (VISA TYPE)                             immediately reported to an officer located at the campus safety
               A1                      Diplomat
                                                                    station at each of the District’s facilities. Depending on the nature
               F1                      Student                      of the situation, appropriate police authorities are contacted.
               F2                      Spouse of Student            Incident reports are prepared, reviewed by District
               H1                      Training                     administrative personnel, and, if warranted, further actions are
               J1                      Exchange Student
               K1                      Fiancé                       taken as governed by law, employee labor contracts, and student
               L1                      Company Transference         conduct policies. All staff, faculty, students, and visitors are
               N1                      Special Status               encouraged to report any suspicious persons, activities, and
               01                      Short Term Visitor           events, as well as actual incidents and emergency situations to
               P1                      Entertainers
               PR                      Permanent Resident           District safety personnel.
               Q1                      Cultural Exchange
               R1                      Religious Worker                         II. Campus Security and Access
               RF                      Refugee
               OT                      Other
                                                                          Exterior lighting, patrols, alarm systems, and specific
                                                                    surveillance monitoring of interior and exterior buildings are
                                                                    just a few of the security measures taken by the District for the
    Liberal Arts                                                    safety of the District community. All students, faculty, staff and
    Transfer Degrees                  Code              Degree      visitors are encouraged to be actively aware of their
    Associates of Arts General        100               AA
    Associates of Science General     120               AS
                                                                    surroundings and mindful of their personal protection. Concerns
    Associates of General Studies     150               AGS         regarding exterior lighting and other safety matters should be
    Associates of Applied Science                                   reported to District safety personnel.
    Program                                             AAS               Students, employees, and visitors have access to most areas
                                                                    on the campuses during regular District hours as posted at each
                                                                    facility. A high-security keying system is used to limit access to
                           DEGREE KEY                               computer areas, laboratories, storage areas, shops, and similar
     AA              =      Associate of Arts                       areas to times when an attendant is present. Administrative hours
     AGS             =      Associate of General Studies            are 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., unless otherwise posted. Parking is
     AAS             =      Associate of Applied Science            limited to students, staff and visitors.
     AS              =      Associate of Science
                                                                                 III. Campus Law Enforcement
                                                                         WCCCD Security Police Authority, a law enforcement agency
                                                                    now has complete police authority to apprehend and arrest
                                                                    anyone involved in illegal acts on the three Detroit Campuses. In
                                                                    the event of a major offense (i.e. aggravated assault, robbery and
                                                                    auto theft) the WCCCD Security Police Authority would report the
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minor offenses involving college rules and regulations are             on Duty, regarding employees, is available from the Board of
committed by a student, the campus security police authority           Trustees Office and is outlined in the Employee Handbook.
may also refer the individual to the disciplinary division of
Student Affairs.                                                           V. Drug and Alcohol Prevention Awareness
      Under oversight from the Michigan Commission of Law              To assist individuals in substance abuse prevention and
Enforcement Standards (MCOLES), a division of the Michigan             awareness, students are encouraged to seek assistance through
State Police, the Police Authority was also approved by the            the office of student services. Student services will refer
Wayne County prosecutor and the Detroit Police Chief. WCCCD            students to the proper resources to gain information related to
has officers sworn in as Security Police Officers, also referred to    substance avoidance and/or counseling. In addition, students
as "Police Authority,", and have misdemeanor arrest authority          are encouraged to attend all orientations, substance abuse/
while on active duty, on the college’s premises and in full            awareness workshops and seminars. The office of Student
uniform. The Director of Campus Safety is responsible for              Services may be reached by calling 313-496-2634.
licensure and all of the officers that have the arrest authority
must meet minimum requirements related to age, security or                VI. Campus Safety and Security Awareness
law enforcement experience and suitable background including
absence of any felony conviction and specific misdemeanor                 It is the intent of Wayne County Community College District to
convictions. The law requires these officers to be trained as          make every effort to prevent crime rather than react to crime
required by the Michigan State Police. Currently, Security Police      after it has occurred. The District makes every effort to inform
Officers are required to be trained at MIPSE in the following          the District community on matters of awareness, events of
areas:                                                                 importance, and personal safety. Bulletin boards are maintained
• Legal - criminal law and procedure; civil law and diversity          at each campus safety station. Information pertinent to safety
• Special Curriculum - including firearms familiarization and          concerns, personal protection, community feedback, and other
                                                                       information that might be required by applicable laws and
   defensive tactics                                                   ordinances is posted on these bulletin boards. Further crime
• Critical Incident Curriculum - CPR/first aid; non-violent            prevention activities are provided by such programs as the
   intervention, and emergency preparedness                            following:
• Patrol Operation
• Annual, Mandatory Maintenance Curriculum - first aid;
   emergency preparedness; legal update; defensive tactics and           Electronic Alarm Systems — Alarms are installed
   firearms range qualifications or strategic video training for         in a number of areas to monitor unauthorized entry, exit,
                                                                         movement, etc.
   those who carry firearms
                                                                         Emergency Alert System — District Wide text and
                   IV. Substance Abuse                                   Email notification system.
   Wayne County Community College District is committed to               Security Patrols — Campus Safety personnel patrol the
providing a drug-free environment for all of the District’s              campus grounds and buildings on foot, bicycle and in
community members — students, employees and visitors. The                vehicles.
District believes that drug abuse education and prevention               Parking Controls — Observation booths and vehicle
programs are essential components of a comprehensive strategy            registrations are used to provide additional security and
to deal with illicit drug use and alcohol abuse on District              control.
premises or during District-related activities.
   Students, employees, and visitors to the District are expected        Student Handbook — The Student Handbook
to observe all federal, state, and local laws and District               contains
regulations governing the use and possession of alcoholic                materials regarding the Student Code of Conduct, District
beverages, narcotics, dangerous drugs, or controlled                     policies, the Alcohol and Drug Abuse policy, and other
substances. All students, employees, and visitors are specifically       matters of conduct.
forbidden to use or possess alcoholic beverages, narcotics,                                  VI. Information
dangerous drugs or controlled substances, or
to be under their influence while on District property.                  For further information concerning safety measures or
   For students, violation of District regulations may result in       specific questions regarding crime, contact the District
disciplinary action up to and including expulsion from the             Director of Campus Safety at 801 W. Fort, Detroit, MI 48226; or
District and referral for prosecution. Employees who violate           by calling 313-496-2650.
District regulations are subject to disciplinary action up to and                            Crime Statistics
including termination from employment at the District. In the            Crime Statistics are available for disclosure pursuant to
case of District visitors, failure to follow regulations may result    Section 485 of the Higher Education Act of 1965, as amended
in a request to leave District property or the District activity. It
also may result in referral to local police agencies.                  by the Student Right-to-Know and Campus Security Act (P.L.
   The entire Alcohol and Drug Abuse policy is outlined in the         101-542) and the Higher Education Technical Amendments of
Wayne County Community College District Student Handbook,              1991 (P.L. 102-26) for two-year institutions.
which can be obtained in any Campus Student Services Office.
The Board of Trustees Policy 4.1.10, Substance and Alcohol Use

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         Campus Crime Reporting Statistics                               District Office Building
In accordance with the Section 485(a) and (f) of the Higher
Education Act, and Section 225 of Public Act 109 of 1999, the            General Information 313-496-2600
crime statistics for the Wayne County Community College District
are now available for viewing on the world wide web. To access           Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2532
the web site, please use the following addresses.
• http://ope.ed.gov/security/instDetail.asp?UNITJD=172635                Audio-Visual (LRC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2762
• http://ope.ed.gov/security                                             Board of Trustees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2513
Per the U.S Department of Education, Office of Postsecondary             Distance Learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2734
Education, this web address is subject to change and is
undergoing continuous updates as new data is received.                   Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2865

In addition, in accordance with the Jacob Wetterling Crimes              Human Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2765
Against Children and Sexually Violent Offender                           Inclement Weather Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2600
Registration Act (42 U.S.C. 14071), each institution of higher
learning may access a list of all registered sex offenders attending     Information Line . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2600
and/or working at their site by accessing the search option on the
Public Sex Offender Registry Web Site. It is updated every               Management Information Systems . . . . . . . . . .496-2622
morning at 6 a.m.
The web address is http://www.mipsor.state.mi.us
                                                                         Public Relations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2600
                                                                         Purchasings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2015
                            Clery Act
In compliance with the Student Right-to-Know and Campus
                                                                         Security . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2578
Security Act enacted Nov. 8, 1990, later formally renamed the            Student Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2634
Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus
Crime Statistics Act, and commonly referred to as simply the Clery       Veteran’s Affairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .496-2523
Act, the Wayne County Community College District Campus Safety
Department collects and publishes specific information on                Downriver Campus
campus crime statistics, security policies and services. The             General Information 734-946-3500
WCCCD Campus Safety Department is service-oriented, trained in
professional standards and dedicated to the safety and comfort of        Downtown Campus
our students, faculty, staff and visitors. Our primary concern is to     General Information 313-496-2758
protect life and property and to allow the educational process to
evolve safely.                                                           Eastern Campus Corporate College
                                                                         General Information 313-922-3311
All criminal incidents and emergency situations are to be                Northwest Campus
immediately reported to the campus safety officer located at the
security station at each of the District's campus facilities.            General Information 313-943-4000
Depending on the nature of the situation, appropriate police             Western Campus
authorities will be contacted. Incident reports are prepared and
reviewed by District administrative personnel, and, if warranted,        General Information 734-699-7008
further actions are taken as governed by law, employee labor             School of Continuing Education
contracts, and student conduct policies. All staff, faculty, students,
and visitors are encouraged to report any suspicious persons,            General Information 313-496-2704
activities, events, as well as actual incidents and emergency            Extension/Offsite Programs
situations to the District security personnel immediately.
                                                                         University Center 313-886-2425
                                                                         VeterinaryTechnology Program - located at
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                            PROGRAM TABLE (TABLE A)
Academic Registration Form Only                                                                                                                                                                                          Accounting .................................................................................AAS              200
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Arts General.................................................................................AA              100
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Automotive Service Technology............................................ TEC/AAS                            280
                      Registrar’s Office                                                                                                                                                                                  Aviation Mechanics (Airframe Option) ......................................TEC                               293
Wayne County Community                                                                                                                                                                                                   Aviation Mechanics (Airframe Option) ......................................AAS                               290
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Aviation Mechanics (Powerplant Option)...................................TEC                                 294
         College District                                                                                                                                                               REGISTRATION FOR:                Aviation Mechanics (Powerplant Option)...................................AAS                                 291
             801 W. Fort                                                                              REGISTRATION FORM                                                                                                  BIT, Administrative Assistant .....................................................AAS                       220
                                                                                                        BA N N E R         I D     N U M B E R                                               Fall 2011                   BIT, General Office Clerical.......................................................AAS                        570
       Detroit, MI 48226
                                                                                                     A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         BIT, General Office Clerical.......................................................TEC                        571
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         BIT, Legal Secretarial .................................................................AAS                  630
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         BIT, Medical Secretarial .............................................................AAS                    690
                                                                        LAST NAME                                                  FIRST NAME            M.I.       CHECKER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         BIT, Word/Information Processing .............................................AAS                            568
                     PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY                                                                                                                                                                                BIT, Word/Information Processing .............................................TEC                            569
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Business Administration .............................................................AA                      336
                                                                                                                                                                                                     DATE OF BIRTH       Business Administration ...........................................................AAS                       335
                                      *STREET ADDRESS                                CITY                                          ZIP CODE                     TELEPHONE NUMBER                    MO. DAY      YR.     Child Care Training.....................................................................TEC                  361
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Child Care Training.....................................................................AAS                  360
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Computer Information Systems ..................................................AA                            421
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Computer Information Systems .................................................AAS                            420
                                                                               COURSE                                            TIME OF DAY     INDICATE CR REG.     PLEASE IDENTIFY YOUR PROGRAM INTENT                Criminal Justice (Law Enforcement Admin.) .............................AAS                                   620
                                                 CRN NUMBER              DEPARTMENT NUMBER                 DAY(S)                                                     (SEE PROGRAM TABLE {TABLE A}                       Criminal Justice (Corrections)....................................................AAS                        621
                                                                                                                                                AUDIT STATUS HRS
                                                                                                                                                                      ON REVERSE SIDE OF FORM)                           Dietetic Technology......................................................................AS                  480
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Dental Assistant .........................................................................TEC                450
                                       0     0       0        0    0     E N G 1 1 0 M T W R F S U 6:00 TO 9:00                                             3         INDICATE YOUR WCCCD GOAL                           Dental Hygiene ...........................................................................AS                 465
                                                                                                                                                                      (SEE GOAL TABLE {TABLE B}                          Electrical Electronics Technology (E/E).....................................TEC                              520
                                 1                                                                                                   TO                               ON REVERSE SIDE OF FORM)                           E/E, Computer Technology Option.............................................AAS                              521
                                                                                                                                                                      CREDIT CARD PAYMENT:                               E/E, Electronics Engineering Technology Option.......................AAS                                     523
                                 2                                                                                                                                                                                       E/E, Industrial Electronics and Control Technology Option.......AAS                                          510
                     PREFERRED
 COURSE SELECTIONS




                                                                                                                                     TO                               VISA                                               E/E, Telecommunications Technology Option............................AAS                                     524
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Emergency Room Technology ............................................... TEC/AAS                            540
                                 3                                                                                                   TO                                                                                  Environmental, Health, & Safety Technology.............................AAS                                   125
                                                                                                                                                                      MASTERCARD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Environmental and Natural Resources.........................................AS                               121
                                 4                                                                                                   TO                                                                                  Emergency Medical Technology.................................................TEC                             530
                                                                                                                                                                      EXPIRATION DATE                                    General Studies...........................................................................AGS                150
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Gerontology ................................................................................TEC              575
                                 5                                                                                                   TO                                                                                  Gerontology ................................................................................AAS              575
                                                                                                                                                                      CARDHOLDER’S SIGNATURE                             Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning............................. TEC/AAS                               595
                                     INDICATE BELOW ALTERNATE SECTIONS FOR EACH LINE NUM-                                                                                                                                Heavy Equipment Maintenance Technology................................AS                                     470
                                     BER IN CASE YOUR PREFERENCES ARE FILLED.                     UNREGISTERED SECTIONS ARE LINED THRU                                                                                   Honors.....................................................................................AA/AGS            105
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Industrial Computer Graphics Technology ............................ TEC/AAS                                 500
                                 1                                                                                                   TO
                                                                                                                                                                      S      5   9 3           CHECK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Interior Design ............................................................................AAS              610
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Lawn and Ornamental Plant Maintenance..................................TEC                                   130
                                                                                                                                                                      S      5   9 4           CASH OR                   Machine Tool Technology/Numerical Control....................... TEC/AAS                                     642
                                 2
 COURSE SELECTIONS
                     ALTERNATE




                                                                                                                                     TO                                                        MONEY ORDER               Manufacturing Technology ..........................................................AS                        651
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Mental Health..............................................................................TEC               701
                                 3                                                                                                   TO
                                                                                                                                                                      S      5   9 5           CHARGE             Visa   Mental Health..............................................................................AAS               700
                                                                                                                                                                                               TYPE         Mastercard   Muslim World Studies..................................................................AA                     719
                                                                                                                                                                      F      F   F F                                     Nursing........................................................................................AAS           720
                                 4                                                                                                   TO                                                                                  Occupational Therapy Assistant..................................................AAS                          730
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Pharmacy Assistant Technology............................................. TEC/AAS                           780
                                 5                                                                                                   TO
                                                                                                                                                                      S                                                  Pre-Engineering ...........................................................................AS                775
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Pre-Physician Assistant................................................................AS                    705
                                                                                                                                                                      S                                                  Pre-Service Education/Urban Teacher (Special Education).........AA                                           133
                                 EXTRA HOURS (SUMMER)                                          AUTHORIZATION                                                                                                             Pre-Service Education/Urban Teacher (Elementary Education)..AA                                               131
                                                                                                                                                    TOTAL                                                                Pre-Service Education/Urban Teacher (Secondary Education) ...AA                                              132
                                 PERMIT TO ENTER FILLED SECTION(S) ABOVE APPROVED                                                                                     CASHIER                     TOTAL RECEIVED         Respiratory Care Technology......................................................AAS                         800
                                                                                                                                     TALLY           CR.                                                                 Science General ...........................................................................AS                120
                                 OTHER
                                                                                                                                                     HRS.                                                                Substance Abuse Counseling......................................................TEC                          826
                      COUNSELOR/FACULTY SIGNATURE                                                                                                                                                                        Veterinary Technology ................................................................AAS                    835
                                                                                                                                     I ASSUME FULL RESPONSIBILITY FOR THIS PROGRAM AND FOR ALL FEES THEREBY              Self-improvement............................................................................                 898
                                                                                                                                     INCURRED.                                                                           Undecided .......................................................................................            899
                                                                                                                                     STUDENT’S SIGNATURE                                        DATE                     Continuing Education/Community Service....................................                                   900
                       DATE                                                                                                                                                                                              None of the above (Please see a counselor)....................................                               999
                 REV. 3/08
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       GOAL TABLE (TABLE B)
                                                  *Change of address or name must be submitted on a Change of Data form.              STUDENTS SHOULD COPY THIS FORM PRIOR TO MAILING FOR THEIR RECORDS.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Certificate less than one year ...................................................................... 1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         One-year certificate..................................................................................... 2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Two-year certificate..................................................................................... 3
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         No degree — Transfer to senior college ..................................................... 4
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Associate degree — Not transferring to a senior college ........................... 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Associate degree — Transferring to a senior college ................................. 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Complete apprenticeship requirements....................................................... 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Taking courses for self improvement.......................................................... 8

				
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