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									2008 FALL COMBINED CREDIT SCHEDULE
                                              COMING SOON
                        SCIENCE/VET TECH/ALLIED HEALTH BUILDING
                                           PROJECTED COMPLETION - JANUARY 2010

                                                       REGISTRATION BEGINS
                                                       JUNE 23, 2008




                                          ARE YOU ON TRACK WITH YOUR
                                               EDUCATIONAL AND CAREER GOALS?



    CHECK OUR WEBSITE FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES.

           W W W. C E D A R V A L L E Y C O L L E G E . E D U
                                                Start Here!

                FALL 2008 IMPORTANT DATES

June 17                                Priority Registration Begins for
                                                  Continuing Students

June 23-August 24                                 Registration for Fall

August 9                                       Saturday Registration
                                           from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

August 15                                 Tax Free Friday Registration

August 23                                      Saturday Registration
                                           from 8:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.

August 25                                Fall Semester Classes Begin

August 25-26                                    Extended Registration

August 30                                      Saturday Registration
                                           from 9:00 A.M. to 1:00 P.M.

September 1                      Labor Day Holiday - Campus Closed
October 1                       Financial Aid Application Priority Date
                                                       for Spring 2009

November 13                            Last Day to Withdraw with “W”

November 27-30                 Thanksgiving Holiday - Campus Closed

December 8-11                                       Final Exams Week

December 11                                            Semester Ends

December 24                           Holidays Begin-Campus Closed

January 2                                           Campus Re-opens
                                        five quick questions
                                        to aid Cedar Valley College
                                        in planning for the future...
        Please complete and turn this five-question survey in by October 1, 2008 and we will enter your
name in a drawing for a $100 gift certificate toward tuition for a Continuing Education course(s). Must be
18 years of age. The drawing will be held October 5, 2008. Your form must be received in the CE office by
October 1, 2008.
1. Have you or your immediate family members ever taken a Continuing Education course from Cedar Valley
  College? (circle one)
           A.      Yes. When was the last time? 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005 or 2004
           B.      No, but we have taken credit class(es). When?
           C.      Other (please explain):
2. What courses or program would you like to see offered at Cedar Valley College? (circle one)
           A.      Adult - workforce related. Please list your specific area of interest:
           B.      Courses for youth or children
           C.      Personal Development:
           D.      Computer Training. Please list your specific needs.
           E.      Other (please explain):
3. What are the best times of day for you or your family members to enroll in courses? (circle one)
           A.      Day, Monday - Friday
           B.      Day, Weekend (Saturday & Sunday)
           C.      Evening, Monday - Friday
           D.      Weekend Evenings, Friday & Saturday
           E.      Other (please explain):
4. What location would you prefer to take a course? (circle one)
           A.      At the main campus in Lancaster
           B.      At the Cedar Hill Center Campus (on Cannady)
           C.      At my local high school (please list the high school near you)
           D.      Online
           E.      Other (please explain):
5. What are the factors that would prevent you from enrolling in a course this Spring? (circle one)
           A.      Lack of finances
           B.      Lack of child care
           C.      Lack of transportation
           D.      Other (please explain):

 Name
                   last                                   first                                   e-mail
 Address
                  street                                            city                          zip
 Mail to: Cedar Valley College, Continuing Education, 3030 N. Dallas Ave., Lancaster, TX 75134 or Fax to 972.860.2941
                                                                 FOUR KEY BENEFITS TO A
                                                       CEDAR VALLEY COLLEGE EDUCATION
QUALITY

Cedar Valley College (CVC) features award-winning faculty, plus more than 35 student organizations providing leadership
and service opportunities to students. Our Phi Theta Kappa chapter annually receives the Beta Alpha Excellence Award for
consistently being ranked as one of the Top 25 community college chapters internationally. Although CVC is known for its
academics, the college annually fields top-flight baseball, basketball, soccer, volleyball teams, winning several titles over
the years.

AFFORDABILITY

CVC has some of the most affordable rates in the country. Credit classes start at $39 per credit hour for students living in the
Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD), with continuing education courses starting at $14. There are several
financial aid and payment options available at CVC. In fact, the college raised more than $140,000 during its benefit concert
earlier this year. Contact the financial aid office at 972-860-8280 to learn more about financing your education.

ACCESSIBLITY

CVC offers day, evening, weekend, and online classes for students seeking academic and/or professional growth. Students can
either take classes at the main campus in Lancaster or at the Cedar Hill Center. CVC’s curriculum provides all elements of the
comprehensive community college experience, including academic transfer and career programs, such as workforce development
training for area employers and non-credit continuing education courses.

TRANSFERABILITY

Many students arrive at Cedar Valley College with ambitions of transferring to a four-year institution, but aren’t quite sure how
to increase their chances for success. One of the keys is maintaining a strong relationship with the academic advisor, who can
design and review the degree plan with a student.

“It all begins here. Come to us when you first walk through that door so we can advise you along your academic journey,” said
Krystle Singleton, Academic Advisor for Cedar Valley College. “If you are interested in transferring, let’s discuss core classes and
the associate degrees that seamlessly transfer to four-year institutions.”

In fact, DCCCD has established agreements with more than 50 national and international institutions to ensure that its students
move on to pursue advanced degrees. If you complete any of the following degrees, you will be admitted to a university as
a junior:
         Associate in Arts (AA)
         Associate in Sciences (AS)
         Associate in Applied Sciences (AAS)
         Associate of Arts in Teaching (AAT)
         Field of Study Degrees
         Emphasis Degrees

Transferring these degrees, however, does not guarantee admission into specific university programs. For more information or to
schedule an appointment, call the Advisement/Counseling Center at 972-860-8262.
TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                                            Speech ............................................................................................. 27
                                                                                                             Teacher Preparation ......................................................................... 27
Administration ...................................................................................39         Veterinary Technology................................................................. .... 27
Associate Degree Plans ...................................................................09
Campus Directions and Map ............................................................39                     DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
The Core Curriculum ........................................................................35
                                                                                                             Accounting ........................................................................................ 28
Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act ......................................38
                                                                                                             Anthropology .................................................................................... 28
Final Exam Schedule........................................................................08
                                                                                                             Arts ................................................................................................... 28
Full-time Faculty Phone Numbers ....................................................08
                                                                                                             Biology .............................................................................................. 28
How to Enroll at Cedar Valley College..............................................04
                                                                                                             Business, Management & Marketing........................................ ........ 28
Important Dates ................................................................................03
                                                                                                             Business Office Systems & Support ............................................28-29
Mission Statement ............................................................................39
                                                                                                             Chemistry ......................................................................................... 29
Programs of Study ............................................................................07
                                                                                                             Computer Information Systems ........................................................ 29
Residency........................................................................................ .05
                                                                                                             Criminal Justice............................................................................... .. 29
Rising Star........................................................................................ 37
                                                                                                             Developmental Math......................................................................... 29
Statement of Purpose .......................................................................39
                                                                                                             Drama ............................................................................................... 29
Student Statistics ..............................................................................39
                                                                                                             Economics ...................................................................................29-30
Texas Success Initiative ...................................................................36
                                                                                                             English .............................................................................................. 30
Transfer Hour Limit ...........................................................................38
                                                                                                             Government...................................................................................... 30
Tuition and Registration Costs .........................................................04
                                                                                                             History .............................................................................................. 30
Vision Statement ..............................................................................39
                                                                                                             Humanities........................................................................................ 30
                                                                                                             Logistics............................................................................................ 30
FALL TERM                                                                                                    Mathematics ..................................................................................... 30
All courses are listed in alpha order.                                                                       Philosophy ........................................................................................ 30
                                                                                                             Physical Education ........................................................................... 30
Accounting ........................................................................................ 10       Physics ............................................................................................. 30
Anthropology..................................................................................... 10         Psychology ....................................................................................... 30
Art ................................................................................................ 10-11   Residential Building .......................................................................... 31
Automotive Technology .................................................................... 11                Real Estate....................................................................................... 31
Biology........................................................................................ .12-13       Religion............................................................................................. 31
Business, Management & Marketing........................................ ........ 13                         Sociology........................................................................................... 31
Business Office Systems & Support........................................... .13-14                          Spanish............................................................................................. 31
Chemistry.......................................................................................... 14       Speech ............................................................................................. 31
Child Development-See Teacher Preparation .................................. 27                              Teacher Preparation ......................................................................... 32
Computer Graphics...................................................................... .... 14
Computer Information Technology...............................................14-15
Criminal Justice.............................................................................15-16
                                                                                                             WEEKEND CLASSES
Cultural Studies ................................................................................ 16         Accounting ........................................................................................ 33
Dance ............................................................................................... 16     Chemistry.......................................................................................... 33
Developmental Mathematics ............................................................ 16                    Computer Information Systems ........................................................ 33
Developmental Reading ..............................................................16-17                    Criminal Justice............................................................................... .. 33
Developmental Writing ..................................................................... 17               Developmental Reading ................................................................... 33
Drama ............................................................................................... 17     Developmental Writing ..................................................................... 33
Economics ...................................................................................17-18           English .............................................................................................. 33
Engine Technology ........................................................................... 18             Government...................................................................................... 33
English .........................................................................................18-19       History .............................................................................................. 33
Forensic Science(pending Board Approval) ..................................... 12                            Human Development ........................................................................ 33
Geology ............................................................................................ 19      Logistics............................................................................................ 33
Government ...................................................................................... 19         Mathematics ..................................................................................... 33
Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Technology .................19-20                                  Music ................................................................................................ 33
History................................................................................................20    Real Estate....................................................................................... 33
Human Development ........................................................................ 20                Spanish............................................................................................. 33
Humanities....................................................................................... 20         Speech ............................................................................................. 33
Logistics Technology ...................................................................20-21
Mathematics ..................................................................................... 21         HYBRID CLASSES
Music/Recording Technology....................................................... 21-23                      Anthropology .................................................................................... 34
Philosophy ........................................................................................ 23       Biology .............................................................................................. 34
Photography (See Art)............................................................... ....... 10              Computer Information Technology.................................................... 34
Physical Education..................................................................... .23-24               Developmental Math..........................................................................34
Physics.......................................................................................... ... 24     Economics ........................................................................................ 34
Psychology ..................................................................................24-25           English .............................................................................................. 34
Real Estate............................................................................. .......... 25       Geology ............................................................................................ 34
Religion........................................................................................25-26        Human Development ........................................................................ 34
Residential Building .......................................................................... 26           Mathematics ..................................................................................... 34
Sociology .......................................................................................... 26      Physics ............................................................................................. 34
Spanish........................................................................................26-27         Spanish............................................................................................. 34
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HELPFUL NUMBERS                                                                                           FALL REGISTRATION
Unless otherwise noted, all numbers begin with the prefix 972-860.
                                                                                                          Continuing Students* ONLY
Adjunct Office ............................................................................... 8230
                                                                                                          8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m., Tuesday - Sunday .............................June 17-22
Admissions/Registrar.................................................................... 8206
Advisement/Counseling Center .................................................... 8262
                                                                                                          NOTE: There is no on-campus registration ................................ July 4
Assessment Center ......................................................................8118
Athletics ........................................................................................ 8184
                                                                                                          All Students* (continuing, re-admit, and new)
Automotive Lab............................................................................. 8197
                                                                                                          8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m., Monday - Thursday .............. June 23-August 24
Bilingual (Spanish/English) ........................................................... 8037
                                                                                                          8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Friday
Bookstore ..................................................................................... 2900
                                                                                                          9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Saturday ............................................... August 9
Business Lab (BIT) ....................................................................... 8115
                                                                                                          8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m., Monday............................................. August 18
Business Office............................................................................. 8048
                                                                                                          8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m., Tuesday - Thursday....................... August 19-21
Business and Technology............................................................. 2998
                                                                                                          8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Friday ................................................. August 22
Career Planning and Placement................................................. .. 8183
                                                                                                          8:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m., Saturday ............................................. August 23
Cashier Office ............................................................................... 2994
                                                                                                          9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Saturday ............................................. August 30
Clubs and Organizations.............................................................. . 8236
Continuing Education.................................................................. . 2995             Eligible students can use eConnect.
Disability Services......................................................................... 8119         *Includes eConnect and on-campus registration
Distance Learning Support......................................................... .. 8050                NOTE: Friday, August 15 at 4:00 p.m. is the last day for
Distance Learning Student Support.............................................. 8092                      continuing Probation 2 and Probation 3 students to register.
eCampus Technical Support.......................................... 972-669-6402
Financial Aid ................................................................................. 8280      Extended Registration and Drop/Add
Health Center ............................................................................... 8277        Monday, 8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m ................................................ August 25
Heating, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration Technology ............. 8192                                Tuesday, 8:30 a.m.-7:00 p.m ............................................... August 26
Human Resources ........................................................................ 8224             Saturday, 9:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. ............................................. August 30
Law Enforcement Academy........................................................ .. 8289
Liberal Arts.................................................................................... 8120
Library............................................................................................8140   STUDENT ID CARDS
Math, Science and Allied Health.............................................. ..... 5211                  Students must present their fee receipts to get picture ID cards from
Police............................................................................................ 8286   Student Programs and Resources (SPAR), either immediately after
Public Information and Marketing........................................... ...... 8258                   they register or during the first few days of classes.
President’s Office..........................................................................8250
Rising Star.....................................................................................8069
Science Lab.................................................................................. 8024
                                                                                                          STUDENT SERVICES OPERATING
Small Business Development Center....................................... .... 7894                        HOURS (BUILDING L)
Special Support Services/TRIO................................................... . 8119                   Monday - Thursday............................................... 8:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m.
Student Programs and Resources (SPAR)............................... ... 8236                             Friday.................................................................... 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
Student Resource Center............................................................ . 8153                Holiday Hours (Dec. 22-23) .................................. 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.
TRIO............................................................................................. 8119
Tutoring Center..............................................................................2974
Upward Bound...............................................................................8265           PAYMENT DATES FOR FALL
Veteran Affairs.............................................................................. 2928        The payment due date is shown on the registration summary. Please
Veterinary Technology .................................................................. 8173             note that if payment is not received by this date, ALL of your classes
Veterinary Technology-Distance Learning .................................... 8127                         will be dropped and you will be required to re-register. After payment
Workforce Training Center.......................................................... .. 2995               is made, if you add a class and fail to pay for it by the due date, ALL of
                                                                                                          your classes will be dropped and only the original partial payment will
                                                                                                          be refunded.
IMPORTANT DATES
Courses Begin/End
Fall ................................................................. August 25-December 11
                                                                                                          REFUND DATES FOR FALL
                                                                                                          Before August 25 ............................................................. 100% refund
                                                                                                          August 25-September 11 ................................................... 70% refund
STUDENT REGISTRATION CATEGORIES                                                                           September 12-17 ................................................................ 25%refund
                                                                                                          On or after September 18 .............................................. no refund due
A continuing student is a student who was enrolled in the
Dallas County Community College District during the Fall 2007, Spring
2008 or Summer 2008 semesters.
                                                                                                          DROP DEADLINE
                                                                                                          Last day to drop a Fall class, which begins Monday, August 25 and
                                                                                                          ends December 11, with a “W” is Thursday, November 13. If you are
A re-admit student is a student who last attended classes in the Dallas
                                                                                                          taking a Flex Term or Fast Track class, drop deadlines are different!
County Community College District prior to Fall 2007.
                                                                                                          Please contact the Admissions Office for drop dates.
A new student is a student who has never attended classes in the
Dallas County Community College District.                                                                 ACCREDITATION
                                                                                                          Cedar Valley College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges
                                                                                                          of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern
                                                                                                          Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097: telephone number 404-679-4500)
                                                                                                          for questions about the accreditation of Cedar Valley College.
www.cedarvalleycollege.edu                                                                                                                                                   3
FALL 2008 HOLIDAYS/NO CLASSES
Labor Day .....................................................................................September 1
                                                                                                             NEW STUDENTS START HERE!
Thanksgiving Holiday .............................................................November 27-30
                                                                                                             1. Apply For Admission
                                                                                                             To take classes for college credit, you must first complete the DCCCD
      DALLAS COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT                                                               application for admission. You may apply in one of three ways:
             TUITION RATES - ALL SEMESTERS*                                                                  • Apply online at www.cedarvalleycollege.edu
     Semester                  In-County                  Out-Of-District               Out-Of-State or
                                                                                                             • Apply in person at the Student Information Counter in Building L
     Credit Hours              Tuition                    Tuition                       Out-Of-Country       • Mail your application to:
                                                                                        Tuition                                               Cedar Valley College
     01                        $39                        $72                           $200                                          Attn: Admissions Office, Building L
     02                        $78                        $144                          $230                                                 3030 N. Dallas Avenue
     03                        $117                       $216                          $345                                                  Lancaster, TX 75134
     04                        $156                       $288                          $460
     05                        $195                       $360                          $575                 If you have attended other colleges or universities, you are required to submit
     06                        $234                       $432                          $690                 official college transcripts from each institution attended. Many DCCCD courses
     07                        $273                       $504                          $805                 have prerequisites that must be met before registering. As a result, students
     08                        $312                       $576                          $920                 who have not submitted transcripts may not be able to register for all desired
     09                        $351                       $648                          $1035                classes.
     10                        $390                       $720                          $1150
     11                        $429                       $792                          $1265                Additional admission information may be required. The hours of
     12                        $468                       $864                          $1380
     13                        $507                       $936                          $1495
                                                                                                             operation are:
     14                        $546                       $1008                         $1610                8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday
     15                        $585                       $1080                         $1725                8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Friday
     16                        $624                       $1152                         $1840                Phone: 972-860-8202
     17                        $663                       $1224                         $1955
     18                        $702                       $1296                         $2070
     19                        $741                       $1368                         $2185                2. Attend Orientation
     20                        $780                       $1440                         $2300                Orientation is the first big step in understanding the college experience and
                                                                                                             planning career goals. As a new student at Cedar Valley College, you need to
     *Tuition is the dollar amount a student pays for his or her academic instruction. It is
                                                                                                             be informed and prepared to be successful. All first time college students and
     based on credit hours and place of legal residence. Tuition rates are subject to change,
     without notice by DCCCD’s board of trustees and by the State of Texas.                                  transfer students with less than 6 college level credit courses are required to
                                                                                                             attend college orientation. Orientation is available online at
The Dallas County Community College District charges a higher tuition rate                                   www.cedarvalleycollege.edu under the “Prospective Students” column.
to students registering the third or subsequent time for a course. All third and                             You may also attend Orientation in person. The schedule is as follows:
subsequent attempts of the majority of credit and workforce continuing                                       *Tuesday Evenings
education courses will result in higher tuition to be charged. Developmental                                 5:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. beginning June 13th – August 26th
Studies and some other courses will not be charged a higher tuition rate.                                    *Friday
Third attempts include courses taken at any of the Dallas County Community                                   10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
College District since the Fall 2002 semester. To view a detailed list of courses
that will not be included in the higher tuition rate and a detailed list of                                  *Appointments not required
cross-listed courses where one course equates another for this purpose,                                      Additional orientation sessions will be offered during the last two weeks before
please go to: http://www.dcccd.edu/thirdcourseattempt.                                                       classes begin. Call the Advising/Counseling Department at (972) 860-8262 for
                                                                                                             more information.
SIX-COURSE DROP RULE                                                                                         3. Complete Assessment
A first-time freshman student who enrolls in a Texas public institution of higher                            The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requires testing, remediation and advising
education during the fall semester of 2007 or thereafter, may drop no more than                              of students who attend a public college or university in Texas. Before or after
six college level credit courses unless the student demonstrates to an appropriate                           orientation, visit or call the Testing Center to make an appointment for testing at
college official that one of the following events occurred to the student during the                         972-860-8118. For assessment only, the Testing Center is open:
semester or summer session:                                                                                  8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Monday-Thursday Last Test at 7:00 p.m.
                                                                                                             8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday Last Test at 3:00 p.m.
1.        A severe illness or other debilitating condition that affects the                                  *You must have a picture ID to test.
          student’s ability to satisfactorily complete the course.
                                                                                                             Exemption scores for TSI requirements:
2.        The student’s responsibility for the care of a sick, injured, or needy                             ACT Scores - 19+ English/Math, 23+ Composite within 5 years
          person if the provision of that care affects the student’s ability to                              SAT Scores - 500+ Verbal/Math, 1070 Composite within 5 years
          satisfactorily complete the course.

3.        The death of a person who is considered to be a member of the student’s                            CONTINUING STUDENTS START HERE
          family or who is otherwise considered to have a sufficiently close
          relationship to the student that the person’s death is considered to be                            4. Complete Advisement
          a showing of good cause.                                                                           Meet with an advisor in the Advisement/Counseling Center in Building L to
                                                                                                             select courses. In some cases, advisement may not be necessary if a student is
4.        The active duty service as a member of the Texas National Guard or the                             eConnect eligible. Advisors are available on a walk-in basis.
          armed forces of the United State of either the student or a person who is                          8:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday
          considered to be a member of the student’s family or who is otherwise                              8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday
          considered to have a sufficiently close relationship to the student that
          the person’s active military service is considered to be a showing of                              5. Pay Tuition
          good cause.                                                                                        Tuition is due on the payment due date printed on the registration summary.
                                                                                                             Please be prepared to pay. Cash, checks, money orders, and major credit
5.        The change of the student’s work schedule that is beyond the control                               cards are accepted for tuition and other payments. Payplans are available
          of the student, and that affects the student’s ability to satisfactorily                           Spring and Fall semesters only. Students awarded Financial Aid should check
          complete the course.                                                                               their status with the Financial Aid office.
6.        Other good cause as determined by the college official.
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  Hours of Financial Aid are:                                                         PRIORITY DEADLINES FOR PROCESSING COMPLETED
  8:30 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. Monday - Thursday                                                           APPLICATION FILES:
  8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Friday
                                                                                    Academic Year (Fall & Spring) .........................................................May 1
  You can pay for your Tuition through installments                                 Spring Semester .........................................................................October 1
  Students may elect to pay tuition on an installment payment plan.                 Summer I Session ... (Supplemental application required) ............. April 1
  The installment payment plan requires:
  • 50% of tuition be paid by August 29, 2008                                       The deadline to submit all requested documents for processing is below. The
  • 25% of tuition be paid prior to sixth class week (September 25)                 office will notify you of eligibility by the start of the semester. No
  • 25% of tuition be paid prior to eleventh class week (October 30)                exceptions. Students will be responsible for tuition, books, and supplies after
  A non-refundable administrative charge of $15 will be assessed to establish the
                                                                                    the deadline date, if no financial aid award has been posted to your eCon-
  installment plan. This option is not available after August 29, 2008. A payment   nect account by your due date. Failure to pay for courses will result
  plan must be established by August 29, 2008 and a 50% downpayment must be         in courses being dropped and re-enrollment of courses will be the
  made. Payment plans may be setup online thru eConnect. If changes to classes      responsibility of the student. Flex-entry and fast-track courses have special
  are made after setting up a payment plan you must see the Cashier’s office.       requirements. Students will be awarded for any eligible aid, based on
  *Failure to pay will result in you losing your classes and you will have          enrollment.
  to re-enroll. A payment plan is available through the cashier’s office and
  online through eConnect. You will have to update your pay plan for any             DOCUMENT SUBMISSION DEADLINE FOR COMPLETED
  changes made to your schedule.                                                                 APPLICATION FILES:
  NOTE: Persons over 65 who are legal residents of Dallas County may                Academic Year (Fall & Spring) ....................................................... July 30
    be exempt from tuition for the first six hours of each semester.                Spring Semester ................................................................... November 30
         Contact the Admissions Office to learn if you qualify.                     Summer I Session ... (Supplemental application required) ............ May 31

  6. The ABC’s of Applying for Financial Aid                                        You will receive an email notifying you of your eligibility status. Please
             ATTENTION: FEDERAL REGULATIONS STATE THAT                              be sure that you have updated your email address with admissions.
             STUDENTS CAN RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID AT ONLY
                 ONE COLLEGE/SCHOOL PER SEMESTER.                                   Visit www.econnect.dcccd.edu to see the status of your financial aid
                                                                                    application. If no award is posted to meet your tuition due date, please
  1: Complete the FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID                          pay your tuition and fees. When your financial aid application has been pro-
     (FAFSA) online at www.FAFSA.ed.gov., pre-work sheets are available             cessed, you will be awarded any aid for which you are eligible. If tuition and
     at the financial aid office. FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY, and                fees are not paid by the date due, you will be dropped from classes.
     be sure to include school code, (014035) in STEP SIX of the FAFSA.
     You may utilize the computer in the Financial Aid Office, L163 or access       Financial Aid disbursement methods have changed!
     the web from other Internet connected computers.                               Log onto www.econnect.dcccd.edu to set up a method of direct deposit into
                                                                                    your personal checking or savings account.
  2: IF you are attending Cedar Valley College for the first time, or returning
     after a semester length absence, complete a ADMISSIONS                         Federal Loan and the College Work-study Program require additional
     APPLICATION. Financial Aid Awards will not process for students who            application process each year. Visit our website www.cedarvalleycollege.
     do not have a current ADMISSIONS APPLICATION on file in the                    edu or contact us at 972-860-8280, or e-mail us at cvcfava@dcccd.edu for
     Admissions/Registrars Office. Once this is complete, log on to eConnect,       further information and deadline dates.
     follow the link for FA Program of Study, chose your program. For
     returning students, if there is more than one program follow the link          Veterans:
     Change My FA Program, select updated program as the primary. All               If you are a veteran, contact the Financial Aid Office to see if you are eligible
     financial aid students are required to have a PRIMARY PROGRAM OF               for VA Benefits. You must have official copies of the DD214 (member 4 copy)
     STUDY in order to receive aid. Students transferring from other                to apply for educational benefits. In order to receive the state Hazelwood
     institutions will have ONE SEMESTER of financial aid eligibility in order      exemption a letter from the VA stating there are no eligible GI Benefits
     to submit transcripts for evaluation.                                          available is also required.

  3: Approximately two (2) weeks after completing your FAFSA on line,               Important Information regarding the Financial Aid Lock Date. To receive
     mailing in your signature page or signing with a pin number, the               aid you must be registered in all classes including flex entry and fast-track
     STUDENT AID REPORT (SAR) will be mailed to your home or you will               courses, by the Financial Aid Lock Date. The financial aid lock date is the
     receive an email notification (if you provide an email address), to check      date on which enrollment for a semester or summer term is certified for state
     the status on the web. A copy will be sent to Cedar Valley College             reporting purposes. During the fall and spring terms the date is the 12th class
     electronically to process, as well.                                            day, and during the summer terms, the date is the fourth class day. This
                                                                                    important date is always published on the academic calendar.
  4: IF any DCCCD school code appears on the SAR AND you have a
     current Admissions Application on file with our District you will
     be notified by email regarding the status of your application. BUT...
                                                                                    RESIDENCY
                                                                                    The amount of tuition you are charged is based upon your residency
     IF your SAR does not list a school Title IV Code, you will need to call        classification. It is the responsibility of the Admissions Office to determine
     1.800.433.3243 to add any of the seven colleges school code or log             your residency classification based on the information you have submitted.
     onto www.fafsa.ed.gov with your pin. Your file cannot be processed             Your residency classification will be established in accordance with the Rules
     without a DCCCD Title IV Code. Our school code is 014035.                      and Regulations of the Coordinating Board of the Texas College and
                                                                                    University System and the policies of the Dallas County Community College
  To ensure that your aid package is prepared prior to the semester in              District Board of Trustees. The Admissions/Student Records Office reserves
  which you plan to attend, all required forms must be complete and in              the right to request additional information in order to comply with State of
  the Financial Aid Office in accordance with the following PRIORITY                Texas residency requirements prior to enrollment.
  DEADLINE DATES.
                                                                                    Texas Residency
                                                                                    In compliance with requirements from the Texas Higher Education
                                                                                    Coordination Board to establish Texas residency, all applicants to state
                                                                                    supported schools MUST supply documentation which proves residency
                                                                                    in Texas for at least twelve (12) months prior to registration. This
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information is necessary even though you may have never lived outside the                 more than four years.
state of Texas or may have lived in Texas for many years. All claims of            5.     Cancelled checks that reflect a Texas residence for the 12 months
in-state residency must be documented in writing. Verbal/self-reported                    preceding the census date.
information is NOT acceptable according to the State of Texas Higher               6.     A current credit report that documents the length and place of residence of
Education Coordinating Board.                                                             the person or the dependent’s parent.
                                                                                   7.     Texas voter registration card that has not expired.
Regardless of the amount of time spent in Texas, students from out                 8.     Pay stubs for the 12 months preceding the census date.
of state cannot use the time they are in the state as full-time students to        9.     Bank statements reflecting a Texas address for the 12 months preceding
count toward the twelve month residency requirement. Specific informa-                    the census date.
tion concerning State of Texas residency requirements can                          10.    Ownership of real property with copies of utility bills for the 12 months
be found at www.thecb.state.tx.us/reports/pdf/0183.pdf.                                   preceding the census date.
                                                                                   11.    Registration or verification from licensor, showing Texas address for
Listed below are examples of items that may assist the Admissions Office in               licensee.
determining your residency status. The Admissions Office reserves the right to     12.    Written statements from the office of one or more social service agencies,
ask for additional residency documentation.                                               attesting to the provision of services for at least the 12 months preceding
                                                                                          the census date.
Documentation to Support Domicile and Residency                                    13.    Lease or rental of real property, other than campus housing, in the name
The following documentation may be requested by the institution in order to               of the person or the dependent’s parent for the 12 months preceding the
resolve issues raised by responses to the Core Residency Questions. The listed            census date.
documents may be used to establish that the person is domiciled in Texas and
has maintained a residence in Texas continuously for 12 months prior to the        In District Residency
census date.                                                                       Once your in-state residency status is established, your classification as
                                                                                   in-district (Dallas County resident) or out-of-district is based on where you
                                   Part A                                          actually reside or on your ownership of property subject to the Community
Documentation that can Support the Establishment of a Domicile and                 College Ad Valorem Tax. The boundaries of Dallas County are the boundaries of
Demonstrate the Maintenance of a Residence in Texas for the 12 Months Prior        the Dallas County Community College District. If you are classified as a Texas
to the Census Date of the Term in Which the Person Enrolls.                        (in-state) resident (see above) and reside in or own real estate in Dallas County,
                                                                                   you are eligible for the in-district tuition rate. If you meet in-state requirements
1. An employer’s statement of dates of employment (beginning and                   but reside outside Dallas County, you will pay the out-of-district tuition rate. If
   current or ending dates) that encompass at least 12 months. Other               you move outside of Dallas County on or before a semester’s certification date,
   documents that show the person has been engaged in activities                   you must pay the additional (out-of-district) tuition rate.
   intended to provide an income to a person or allow a person to
   avoid the expense of paying another person to perform the tasks (as             Listed below are examples of items that may assist the Admissions Office
   in child care or the maintenance of a home) may also be used, as                in determining your residency status. The Admissions Office reserves the
   well as documents that show the person is self employed, employed               right to ask for additional residency documentation.
   as a homemaker, or is living off his/her earnings, or through public
   assistance. Student employment, such as work-study, the receipt of              1.     A current lease agreement in your name at the correct Dallas County
   stipends, fellowships or research or teaching assistanceships do not                   address.
   qualify as a basis for establishing a domicile.                                 2.     A current Texas Voter Registration Card listing your correct Dallas County
2. For a homeless person, written statements from the office of one or                    address.
   more social service agencies located in Texas that attests to the               3.     A current automobile registration showing your correct Dallas County
   provision of services to the homeless person for the 12 months prior                   address.
   to the census date of the term in which the person enrolls.                     4.     A copy of a current deed and/or property tax statement showing
                                                                                          ownership of Dallas County property.
                                    Part B                                         5.     Printed checks showing your correct Dallas County address.
Documentation, which (if accomplished and maintained for the 12 months
prior to the census date of the term in which the person enrolls and if            The law states that if the institution later determines that the applicant was not
accompanied by at least ONE type of document listed in Part C), can                entitled to be classified as a resident at the time of registration, the applicant
Support the Establishment of a Domicile and Demonstrate the                        shall pay the difference to the institution.
Maintenance of a Residence in Texas for 12 Months.

1.   Title to real property in Texas.
2.   Marriage Certificate with documentation to support that spouse is a
     domiciliary of Texas.
3. Ownership of business in Texas with documents that evidence the
     organization or the business as a partnership or corporation and reflect                     ARE YOU ON TRACK
                                                                                         WITH YOUR eDUCATIONAL AN D
     the ownership interest of the person or dependent’s parent.                                  CAREER GOALS?
4. State or local licenses to conduct a business or practice a profession in
     his state.
                                      Part C
Documents that May be Used to Demonstrate Maintenance of a Residence
for 12 Months. These documents do not show the establishment of a
domicile. They only support a person’s claim to have resided in the state
for at least 12 months. Activities in Part A and B of this Chart may be used
to establish a domicile.

1.   Utility bills for the 12 months preceding the census date.
2.   A Texas high school transcript for full senior year preceding the census
     date.
3.   A transcript from a Texas institution showing presence in the state for the
     12 months preceding the census date.
4.   A Texas driver’s license or Texas ID card with an expiration date of not


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                                                                                                             Associate Degrees
                                                                                                                Accounting
                                                                                               Air Conditioning & Refrigeration-Residential
                                                                                                      Automotive Career Technician
                                                                                                         Business Administration
                                                                                              Child Development/Early Childhood Education
                                                                                                            Commercial Music
     PLAN YOUR FUTURE BY SELECTING                                                                      Arranger/Composer/Copyist
                                                                                                            Forensic Science
         A PROGRAM OF STUDY                                                                                Logistics Technology
                                                                                                              Music Retailing
                                                                                                            Performing Musician
                                                                                                           Recording Technology
                                                                                                           Computer Graphics
                                                                                                     Computer Information Systems
                                                                                                  Business Computer Information Systems
                                                                                                           Computer Networking
                                                                                                        Personal Computer Support
                                                                                                     Software/Programmer/Developer
                                                                                                             Criminal Justice
                                                                                                              Management
                                                                                                           Business Marketing
                                                                                                            Office Technology
                                                                                                            Executive Assistant
                                                                                                               Real Estate
                                                                                              Residential Building Performance Technology
                                                                                                          Veterinary Technology


         Accounting                                                                                            Criminal Justice (45 hours)
            Accounting Assistant                                  CERTIFICATE                                  Criminal Justice (30 hours)
            Accounting Clerk                                                                                   Criminal Justice Basic (15 hours)
         Air Conditioning & Refrigeration                         PROGRAMS                                  Engine Technology
            Technician I                                                                                       Motorcycle Mechanics
            Technician III                                                                                      Outboard Mechanics
         Automotive Career Technician                                                                           Small Engine Mechanics
            Automotive Technology                                                                           Logistics Technology
            Chassis Service Technician                                                                      Management
            Electronic and Climate Controls Technician                                                        Management
            Engine Repair and Performance Technician                                                        Business Marketing
            Transmission Service Technician                                                                   Department Manager Enhanced Skills
         Commercial Music                                                                                     Customer Service Representative
            Music Retailing                                                                                 Office Technology
         Computer Graphics                                                                                    Administrative Support
         Computer Information Systems                                                                         Office Assistant
            Networking Support                                                                                Software Application Specialist
            Personal Computer User                                                                          Patient Care Technician Program
            Personal Computer Technician                                                                      Patient Care Technician
            Personal Computer Specialist                                                                    Real Estate
            Software Programmer/Developer Assistant                                                         Residential Building Performance Technology
         Criminal Justice                                                                                   Veterinary Technology
            Accounting Assistant                                                                              Large Animal Assisting
         Criminal Justice continued in next column.                                                           Small Animal Assisting




                                                         DEGREE PLAN ELIGIBILITY
                                                  TO RECEIVE A DEGREE, A STUDENT MUST:
       1. Complete a minimum of 61 credit hours including all of the required courses listed.
       2. Earn a grade of “C” or better in English 1301, either Speech 1311 or Speech 1315 and the selected college-level mathematics course.
       3. Receive a GPA of at least 2.00 (“C”).
       4. Meet all Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requirements.
       5. Complete at least 25% of the credit hours required for graduation through instruction by the college awarding the degree.

               A degree may be taken through a combination of on-campus and distance education offerings, or if planned correctly, the degree may be
                    completed entirely through distance education. Receiving institutions are not required to accept a grade below “C” in transfer.
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                                                                                 Christopher Colquitt   8171      E214       chriscolquitt   Heating/Air/Refrig.
                        FALL 2008                                                Fernando Contreras     5218      D221       fcontreras      English/Spanish
                  FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE                                            Sandra Coston
                                                                                 Judy Cotton
                                                                                                        8246
                                                                                                        8104
                                                                                                                  D215
                                                                                                                  D216
                                                                                                                             scoston
                                                                                                                             jcotton2
                                                                                                                                             Spanish
                                                                                                                                             English
Class Time                     MW Exam Time                  TR Exam Time        Bill Crawford          8046      E228       billcrawford    Computer Graphics
8:00-9:20 a.m.                 8:00-9:50 a.m.                8:00-9:50 a.m.      Valerie Crow-
                               Wednesday, Dec. 10            Tuesday, Dec. 9     McDowell               8226      L155      vcrow            Human Dev.
9:30-10:50 a.m.                9:00-10:50 a.m.               9:00-10:50 a.m.     Judy Dacus             2963      C015      judydacus        Biology
                               Monday, Dec. 8                Thursday, Dec. 11   Michael Daily          8091      C020      mdaily           Bus. Management
11:00 a.m.-12:20 p.m.          10:00-11:50 a.m.              10:00-11:50 a.m.    Mwauna Davis           8263      L151      mmdavis          Human Dev.
                               Wednesday, Dec. 10            Tuesday, Dec. 9
                                                                                 Suryakant Desai        8113      C215      sdesai           Accounting
12:30-1:50 p.m.                12:00-1:50 p.m.               12:00-1:50 p.m.
                                                                                 Suzanne Disheroon      5204      B202      sdisheroon       English/Dev. Writing
                               Monday, Dec. 8                Thursday, Dec. 11
1:00-2:00 p.m.                 1:00-2:50 p.m.                1:00-2:50 p.m.      Roger Dismore          8129      E205      rdismore         Music
                               Wednesday, Dec. 10            Tuesday, Dec. 9     Brian Earle            8169      C010      bearle           Biology
2:00-3:20 p.m.                 2:00-3:50 p.m.                2:00-3:50 p.m.      Mark Epstein           2961      E217      mepstein         Art
                               Monday, Dec. 8                Tuesday, Dec. 9     Milton Fant            8195      E120      mfant            Auto./Diesel Tech
2:00-4:30 p.m.                 2:00-4:40 p.m.                2:00-4:40 p.m.      Sam Germany            8134      E207      sgermany         Music/Drama
                               Monday, Dec. 8                Thursday, Dec. 11   Tryn Harper            8088      G105A     tharper          Physical Education
3:30-4:50 p.m.                 3:30-5:45 p.m.                3:30-5:45 p.m.      Cliff Head             8044      A108A     cliffh           Residential
                               Wednesday, Dec. 10            Thursday, Dec. 11
                                                                                                                                             Building Tech.
4:00-5:20 p.m.                 4:00-5:50 p.m.                4:00-5:50 p.m.
                                                                                 Ed Hester              8196      E119       ehester         Auto./Diesel Tech
                               Wednesday, Dec. 10            Tuesday, Dec. 9
5:45-7:05 p.m.                 5:45-7:35 p.m.                5:45-7:35 p.m.      Arlington Jones II     8096      E215       ajones          Music
                               Monday, Dec. 8                Tuesday, Dec. 9     Lois Leubitz           8275      D229       lleubitz        Speech
7:15-8:35 p.m.                 7:15-9:05 p.m.                7:45-9:35 p.m.      Bill Lineberry         8163      H114       blineberry      Vet. Technology
                               Wednesday, Dec. 10            Tuesday, Dec. 9     Chris Lusk             8035      E110       clusk           Auto./Diesel Tech
8:45-10:05 p.m.                7:45-9:35 p.m.                7:45-9:35 p.m.      Alan Maples            8112      B108       amaples         Computer Info Tech.
                               Monday, Dec. 8                Tuesday, Dec. 9     David McCoy            8116      C216       dmccoy          Government
Final Exams: One Day Only Classes                                                Mikal McDowell         8241      C214       mikal133        Math
Monday, Dec. 1; Tuesday, Dec. 2; Wednesday, Dec. 3; Thursday, Dec. 4; Friday,    Bettie Meachum         8137      D204       bmeachum        Psychology
Dec. 5; Saturday, Dec. 6; Sunday, Dec. 7                                         Diane Minger           8114      B117       dminger         Management
                                                                                 Andy Mungenast         8108      B104       amungenast      Computer Info Tech.
FULL-TIME FACULTY PHONE NUMBERS &                                                Michael Opolicky       8125      D222       mopolicky       English/Humanities
EMAIL ADDRESSES                                                                  Brenda Paduch          2986      C022       bpaduch         Biology
(All phone numbers begin with 972-860. All e-mail addresses are followed by      Duncan Paul            8223      F101H      dpaul           Engine Technology
@dcccd.edu).                                                                     John Pharr             8117      C021       jpharr          Economics Tech.
                                                                                 Christina Reeves-
Deans Name              Tele    Room                     Department              Shull                  8168      B223      creeves-shull    Physics/Astronomy
Ruben Johnson           2998    B201B                    Dean of Business &      Linda Ridgway          8131      E227      lridgway         Art
                                                         Technology              Joel Riley             8264      L153      jriley           Human Develoment
                                                                                 Rebekah Rios-Harris    8294      D212      rios-harris      English/Dev. Writing
Lisa Nightingale        8149    B121B                    Dean of Instructional   Dan Rogers             8075      D227      danrogers        Speech
                                                         Support and Distance    Lincoln Rolling        8138      D203      linc             History/Government
                                                         Education               Ginnette Serrano       8109      B103      gcorrea          Computer Info Tech.
                                                                                 Jennifer Siemantel     8024      C007      jsiemantel       Biology
Pam Gist                8120    C224A                    Dean of Liberal Arts    Sheila Simon           8265      C104G     sqsimon          Management
                                                                                 Jane Slone             8174      B216      jslone           Biology
Jennie Pollard          5211    D223                     Dean of Math,           Andrea Smith           8062      C217      asmith           Math
                                                         Science, and Allied     SaRita Stewart         8245      C219      sstewart         Criminal Justice
                                                         Health                  Tim Sullivan           8139      D202      tsullivan        Anthro./Sociology
Faculty Name            Tele    Room      E-mail         Discipline              Alleice Summers        8194      H117      asummers         Vet. Technology
                                                                                 Tommy Thompson         8272      C201      tommythompson    Math
Shaunte Allen           8123    C008       sallen        Dev. Reading
                                                                                 Christina Tomczak      8059      C218      ctomczak         Philosophy/Religion
Ivory Armstead          8170    E218       iarmstead     Heating/Air/Refrig.
                                                                                 Gerardo Vega           8159      C008      gvega            Spanish
Mohamed Aziz            8256    B212      maziz          Math
                                                                                 Charles Wolf           8056      H116      cwolf            Vet. Technology
Kelly Black             8164    H121A     kblack         Vet. Tech
Tom Brayden             8167    B224      thbj           Chemistry
                                                                                 To reach adjunct instructors, please contact the Adjunct Office at
Janet Brotherton        8122    D218      jbrotherton    Dev. Reading
                                                                                 972-860-8230.
Steve Brown             8247    B217      sfbrown        Real Estate
Elsie Burnett           8293    D220      eburnett       English/Dev. Writing
Calvin Christman        8136    D201      cchristman     History
Judy Collmer            8255    C018      jcollmer       Teacher Preparation

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                 DEGREE PLANS                                                           DEGREE PLANS
                       Associate in Arts Degree                                             Associate in Sciences Degree
    For the latest update on the degree plan, see the DCCCD web page.     For the latest update on the degree plan, see the DCCCD web page.
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 Course Requirements for the AA Degree             Credit Hours         Course Requirements for the AS Degree              Credit Hours

                                                                        COMMUNICATIONS                                           9
 COMMUNICATIONS                                          9              Select each of the following: English 1301 (a
 Select each of the following: English 1301 (a                          grade of “C” or better required), English 1302
 grade of “C” or better required), English 1302                         and either Speech 1311 or Speech 1315 (a
 and either Speech 1311 or Speech 1315 (a                               grade of “C” or better required)
 grade of “C” or better required)
                                                                        MATHEMATICS                                              3
 MATHEMATICS                                             3              (A grade of “C” or better required) Select
 (A grade of “C” or better required) Select one                         one from the following: Math 1314, 1324,
 from the following: Math 1314, 1324, 1332,                             1332, 1333, 1348, 1414, 2342, 2412, 2442
 1333, 1348, 1414, 2342, 2412, 2442 or higher                           or higher level
 level
                                                                        LAB SCIENCES                                             8
 LAB SCIENCES                                            8              Select two from the following: Biology
 Select two from the following: Biology 1406,                           1406, 1407, 1408, 1409; Chemistry 1405,
 1407, 1408, 1409; Chemistry 1405, 1407, 1411,                          1407, 1411, 1412; Geology 1401, 1403,
 1412; Geology 1401, 1403, 1404, 1445; Physics                          1404, 1445; Physics 1401, 1402, 1405,
 1401, 1402, 1405,1407, 1411, 1412, 1415, 1417,                         1407, 1411, 1412, 1415, 1417, 2425, 2426
 2425, 2426 NOTE: This requirement cannot be                            NOTE: This requirement cannot be met by
 met by using the following combinations: BIOL                          using the following combinations: BIOL
 1406 and 1408; CHEM 1405 and 1411; PHYS                                1406 and 1408; CHEM 1405 and 1411;
 1401 and 1405;PHYS 1401 and 2425; PHYS                                 PHYS 1401 and 1405;PHYS 1401 and
 1405 and 2425.                                                         2425; PHYS 1405 and 2425.
 SOCIAL/BEHAVIOR SCIENCES                               15              SOCIAL/BEHAVIOR SCIENCES                                15
 Select each from the following: History 1301,                          Select each from the following: History
 1302; Government 2301, 2302. Select one from                           1301, 1302; Government 2301, 2302
 the following: Anthropology 2346, 2351;                                Select one from the following: Anthropology
 Economics 1303, 2301, 2302, 2311; Psychology                           2346, 2351; Economics 1303, 2301, 2302,
 2301, 2314, 2316; Sociology 1301, 1306, 2319                           2311; Psychology 2301, 2314, 2316;
                                                                        Sociology 1301, 1306, 2319
 HUMANITIES/VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS                   9
 Select one from each of the three groupings:                           HUMANITIES/VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS                    9
 I. Arts 1301, 1303, 1304; Dance 2303; Drama                            Select one from each of the three groupings:
 1310, 2366; Humanities 1315; Music 1306,                               I. Arts 1301, 1303, 1304; Dance 2303;
 1308, 1309 II. English 2321, 2322, 2323, 2326,                         Drama 1310, 2366; Humanities 1315;
 2327, 2328, 2331, 2332, 2333 III. Cultural                             Music 1306, 1308, 1309 II. English 2321,
 Studies 2370; History 2321, 2322, 2380, 2381;                          2322, 2323, 2326, 2327, 2328, 2331, 2332,
 Philosophy 1301, 2306, 2307, 2316, 2317;                               2333 III. Cultural Studies 2370; History
 Religion 1304                                                          2321, 2322, 2380, 2381; Philosophy 1301,
                                                                        2306, 2307, 2316, 2317; Religion 1304
 INSTITUTIONAL OPTIONS                                   4
 Select each from the following: Physical                               INSTITUTIONAL OPTIONS                                    4
 Education 1164 and Computer Science 1300 or                            Select each from the following: Physical
 higher level COSC course                                               Education 1164 and Computer Science
                                                                        1300 or higher level COSC course
 ELECTIVE CREDITS                                       13
 Select any 13 hours of elective college credit                         ELECTIVE CREDITS                                        13
 courses other than those with the prefix of                            Select at least 3-4 hours from the following
 BCIS, BIOL, CHEM, COSC, ENGR, GEOL, MATH                               prefixes: BCIS, BIOL, CHEM, COSC, ENGR,
 or PHYS.                                                               GEOL, MATH or PHYS. Select remaining
                                                                        9-10 hours from any other college-level courses.
 TOTAL CREDIT HOURS                                      61             TOTAL CREDIT HOURS                                      61




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CREDIT - FALL TERM LISTINGS
                                                  KEY: M=Monday, T=Tuesday, W=Wednesday, R=Thursday, F=Friday, S=Saturday, U=Sunday
                              SEC    REG#       TIME           DAY       ROOM     INSTRUCTOR    SEC     REG#         TIME             DAY        ROOM        INSTRUCTOR

                                          FALL 2008                                             ANTHROPOLOGY
                                     CREDIT CLASS LISTING                                       ANTH 2346
                                                                                                3020 507567
                                                                                                                    Intro to Anthropology
                                                                                                                    11:00-12:20      MW          C024
                                                                                                                                                            3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                                                                            Sullivan, T
                                                                                                This is a hybrid course in which students will use the Internet. This
                              ACCOUNTING                                                        course is designed with a forensic science emphasis.

                              ACCT 2401         Principles Acct I                 4 Cr Hrs      EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                              3001   506549     11:00-12:20    MW        B125     Desai, S
                              Lab               Open Lab       MTWRF     B116B    Desai, S      ANTH 2346           Intro to Anthropology                   3 Cr Hrs
                              3002   506553     8:00-9:20AM    TR        B125     Desai, S      3501    507568      5:45-7:05        MW          C223       Hailemariam, S
                              Lab               Open Lab       MTWRF     B116B    Desai, S
                                                                                                DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                              ACCT 2402         Principles Acct II                4 Cr Hrs
                              3001   506556     11:00-12:20    TR        B125     Williams, K
                                                                                                ANTH 2351           Cultural Anthropology                   3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                3460 501816       TV Plus                     TVP        Sullivan, T
                              Lab               Open Lab       MTWRF     B116B    Desai, S
                                                                                                Video based course, combined with Internet use. Orientation on Internet.
                              EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                              ACCT 2401         Principles Acct I                 4 Cr Hrs      ART
                              3501   506554     5:45-7:05      TR        B125     Ray, L
                              Lab               7:05-9:00      TR        B116B    Lin, P        ARTS 1301           Art Appreciation                        3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                3001    506898      9:30-10:50       TR          E126       Brodnax, R
                                                                                                3002    506916      11:00-12:20      TR          E126       Epstein, M
                              ACCT 2402         Principles Acct II                4 Cr Hrs
                              3501   506559     5:45-7:05      MW        B125     Owens, W
                              Lab               7:05-9:00      MW        B116B    Lin, P        ARTS 1303           Survey Art History                      3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                3001    506925      8:00-9:20        TR          B120       Holden, E
                              ACNT 1329         Payroll & Business Tax Acct.      3 Cr Hrs
                              3750   506537     5:30-9:30       F        B116B    Cassar, J     ARTS 1311           2D Design                               3 Cr Hrs
                                                9:00-4:30       S        B116B    Cassar, J     3001    506927      9:30-12:20       TR          E226       Ridgway, L
                                                1:00-5:30       U        B116B    Cassar, J
                              Course begins October 24 and ends November 9.                     ARTS 1312           3D Design                               3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                3001    506931      9:30-12:20       TR          E114       TBA
                              ACNT 1331         Federal Income Tax: Individual 3 Cr Hrs
                              3750   506533     5:30-9:30      F         B116B    Cassar, J     ARTS 1316           Drawing I                               3 Cr Hrs
                                                9:00-4:30      S         B116B    Cassar, J     3001    506934      9:30-12:20       MW          E224       Ridgway, L
                                                1:00-5:30      U         B116B    Cassar, J
                              Course begins September 12 and ends September 28.                 ARTS 1317           Drawing II                              3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                3001    506938      9:30-12:20       TR          E224       Holden, E
                              OPEN ENTRY/OPEN EXIT CLASSES (OE/OE)
                                                                                                ARTS 2311           Advanced Design-Ceramics                3 Cr Hrs
                              ACNT 1311         Intro. Comp. Accounting           3 Cr Hrs      3002    506955      12:30-3:20       MW          E114       Epstein, M
                              3300 506525     OE/OE                      B116B    Pitts, V      3003    506959      9:00-3:00        F           E114       Austin, C
                              Uses QUICKBOOKS 2007 software.
                              3301   506528   OE/OE                      B116B    Desai, S      ARTS 2311           Design-Printmaking
                              Uses PEACHTREE 2007 software.                                     3001    506949       12:30-3:20      MW          E226       Ridgway, L

                              ACNT 1313         Computerized Accounting Appl. 3 Cr Hrs          ARTS 2312           Advanced Design-Ceramics                3 Cr Hrs
                              3300    506531    OE/OE                    B116B    Desai, S      3001    506966      9:00-3:00        F           E114       Austin, C

                              COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                                             ARTS 2312           Design-Photography
                                                                                                3002    506970      12:30-3:20       TR          D214       O’Brien, S
                              ACNT1380          Cooperative Ed. - Accounting 3 Cr Hrs
                              3301   506505     COOP                              Desai, S      ARTS 2316           Painting I                              3 Cr Hrs
                              3302   506511     COOP                              Desai, S      3001    506979      12:30-3:20       MW          E224       Norfleet, G

                              ACNT 2380         Cooperative Ed. - Accounting 3 Cr Hrs           ARTS 2317           Painting II                             3 Cr Hrs
                              3301   506508     COOP                              Desai, S      3001    506986      12:30-3:20       MW          E224       Norfleet, G
                              3302   506515     COOP                              Desai, S
                                                                                                ARTS 2323           Drawing III                             3 Cr Hrs
                              DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES                                         3001    506941      9:30-12:20       TR          E224       Holden, E
                              ACCT 2301         Principles of Accounting I        3 Cr Hrs      ARTS 2324           Drawing IV                              3 Cr Hrs
                              3420   505984     Online                   INET     Desai, S      3001    506945      9:30-12:20       TR          E224       Holden, E
                              ACCT 2302         Principles Acct II                3 Cr Hrs      ARTS 2333           Printmaking I                           3 Cr Hrs
                              3420   506104     Online                   INET     Desai, S      3001    506997      12:30-3:20       MW          E226       Ridgway, L
                              ACNT 1303         Introduction to Accounting I      3 Cr Hrs      ARTS 2334           Printmaking II                          3 Cr Hrs
                              3420   506107     Online                   INET     Pruitt, D     3001    507002      12:30-3:20       MW          E226       Ridgway, L

                                                                                                ARTS 2346           Ceramics I                              3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                3001    507006      12:30-3:20       MW         E114    Epstein, M
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  SEC    REG#      TIME            DAY       ROOM     INSTRUCTOR        SEC    REG#       TIME           DAY      ROOM    INSTRUCTOR
  3002   507007    9:00-3:00       F         E114     Austin, C         AUMT 2325         Auto Automatic Trans/Transax    3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3201 511354       8:00-12:45      MTWRF E222      Lusk, T
  ARTS 2347        Ceramics II                        3 Cr Hrs          Course begins August 25 and ends September 19.
  3001   507012    12:30-3:20      MW        E114     Epstein, M
  3002   507016    9:00-3:00       F         E114     Austin, C         AUMT 2332         Auto Automat Trans/Transax II   3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3201 511386       8:00-12:45     MTWRF E222       Lusk, T
  ARTS 2356        Photography I                      3 Cr Hrs          Course begins September 22 and ends October 17.
  3001   507027    9:30-12:30      TR        D214     O’Brien, S
                                                                        COOPERATIVE EDUCATION CLASSES
  ARTS 2357        Photography II                     3 Cr Hrs
  3001   507029    9:30-12:30      TR        D214     O’Brien, S        AUMT 1380        Coop Ed: Auto/Auto Mech Tech 3 Cr Hrs
  3002   507033    12:30-3:20      TR        D214     O’Brien, S        3301   511330    Coop                             Hester, E
                                                                        3302   511332    Coop                             Lusk, T
  ARTS 2366        Watercolor I                       3 Cr Hrs
  3001   507035    12:30-3:20      MW        E224     Norfleet, G       AUMT 1381        Coop Ed: Auto/Auto Mech Tech 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3301   511333    Coop                             Lusk, T
  ARTS 2367        Watercolor II                      3 Cr Hrs          3302   511334    Coop                             Fant, M
  3001   507037    12:30-3:20      MW        E224     Norfleet, G
                                                                        AUMT 2380        Coop Ed: Auto/Auto Mech Tech 3 Cr Hrs
  EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES                                             3301   511338    Coop                             Hester, E
                                                                        3302   511340    Coop                             Fant, M
  ARTS 1301        Art Appreciation                   3 Cr Hrs
  3501   506919    5:45-7:05       TR        C001     Taylor, J         AUMT 2381        Coop Ed Auto/Auto Mchn/Tech 3 Cr Hrs
  3502   506922    7:15-8:35       TR        C001     Taylor, J         3301   511345    Coop                             TBA
                                                                        3302   511346    Coop                             Fant, M
  ARTS 2312        Advanced Design-Ceramics           3 Cr Hrs
  3501   506976    5:45-8:30       MW        E114     Epstein, M        EVENING CLASSES

  ARTS 2326        Sculpture I                        3 Cr Hrs          AUMT 1305        Intro to Automotive Tech         3 Cr Hrs
  3501   506989    5:45-8:30       MW        E114     Epstein, M        3701 511351       5:30-10:30      MTWRF E120A     Fant, M
                                                                        Course begins August 25 and ends September 19.
  ARTS 2327        Sculpture II                       3 Cr Hrs
  3501   506992    5:45-8:30       MW        E114     Epstein, M        AUMT 1307        Automotive Electrical System 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3701 511376       5:30-10:30     MTWRF E120A      Fant, M
  ARTS 2346        Ceramics I                         3 Cr Hrs          Course begins September 22 and ends October 17.
  3501   507010    5:45-8:30       MW        E114     Epstein, M
                                                                        AUMT 1310        Automotive Breaks Systems        3 Cr Hrs
  ARTS 2347        Ceramics II                        3 Cr Hrs          3701 511394       5:30-10:30      MTWRF E120A     Fant, M
  3501   507021    5:45-8:30       MW        E114     Epstein, M        Course begins October 20 and ends November 14.

  DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES                                             AUMT 1316         Auto Suspension/Steering System 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3701 511405       5:30-10:30      MTWRF E120A     Fant, M
  ARTS 1301        Art Appreciation                   3 Cr Hrs          Course begins October 17 and ends December 11.
  3420   501714    Online                    INET     Rovelo, C
                                                                        AUMT 2313        Auto Drive Train & Axles         3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3701 511408       5:30-10:30      MTWRF E222      Fant, M
  AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                                                 Course begins October 20 and ends November 14.
  AUMT 1305        Intro to Automotive Tech           3 Cr Hrs          AUMT 2321        Auto Lighting & Accessories      3 Cr Hrs
  3201 511349       8:00-12:45      MTWRF E120A       Hester, E         3701 512567       5:30-10:30     MTWRF E222       Fant, M
  Course begins August 25 and ends September 19.                        Course begins November 17 and ends December 11.
  AUMT 1307        Automotive Electrical System 3 Cr Hrs                AUMT 2325         Auto Automatic Trans/Transax    3 Cr Hrs
  3201 511374       8:00-12:45     MTWRF E120A        Hester, E         3701 511355       5:30-10:30      MTWRF E222      Fant, M
  Course begins September 22 and ends October 17.                       Course begins August 25 and ends September 19.
  AUMT 1310        Automotive Break Systems           3 Cr Hrs          AUMT 2332         Auto Automat Trans/Transax II   3 Cr Hrs
  3201 511391       8:00-12:45      MTWRF E120A       Hester, E         3701 511389       5:30-10:30     MTWRF E222       Fant, M
  Course begins October 20 and ends November 14.                        Course begins September 22 and ends October 17.
  AUMT 1316         Auto Suspension/Steering System 3 Cr Hrs            DEMR 1229        Preventative Maintenance         2 Cr Hrs
  3201 511401       8:00-12:45      MTWRF E120A     Hester, E           3501 511319       5:30-10:30      MTWRF E121      Taylor, R
  Course begins October 17 and ends December 11.                        Course begins August 25 and ends September 19.
  AUMT 2313        Auto Drive Train and Axles         3 Cr Hrs          DEMR1327         Tractor Trailer Service/Repair 3 Cr Hrs
  3201 511396       8:00-12:45      MTWRF E222        Lusk, T           3501 511321       5:30-10:30     MTWRF E121       Taylor, R
  Course begins October 20 and ends November 14.                        Course begins September 22 and ends October 17.
  AUMT 2321         Auto Lighting & Accessories       3 Cr Hrs          DEMR 1421        Power Train I                    4 Cr Hrs
  3201 512563       8:00-12:45     MTWRF E222         Lusk, T           3501 511322       5:30-10:30      MTWRF E121      Reid, R
  Course begins November 17 and ends December 11.                       Course begins October 20 and ends November 14.

                                                                        DEMR 2331        Advanced Brake Systems           3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3501 511325       5:30-10:30     MTWRF E121       Reid, R
www.cedarvalleycollege.edu                                              Course begins November 17 and ends December 11.                11
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                              SEC       REG#         TIME              DAY         ROOM        INSTRUCTOR     SEC     REG#        TIME            DAY        ROOM       INSTRUCTOR
                                                                                                              BIOL 1408                                                4 Cr Hrs
                                FORENSIC SCIENCE
                                                                                                                                 Biology 4 Non-Science Majors I
                                                                                                              3001    508136     9:30-10:50   MW        B214           Dacus, J
                                                                                                              Lab                11:00-12:20  MW        B214           Dacus, J
                                                                                                              3002    508138     12:30-1:50   MW        B214           Dacus, J
                                                                                                              Lab                12:30-1:50   TR        B214           Dacus, J
                                                                                                              3003    508140     9:30-10:50   TR        B214           Dacus, J
                                                                                                              Lab                11:00-12:20  TR        B214           Dacus, J

                                                                                                              BIOL 2401          Human Anatomy & Physiology 4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                              3001    508129     12:30-1:50 MW      B210    Lumbley, S
                                                                                                              Lab                2:00-3:20  MW      B210    Lumbley, S

                                                                                                              SCIT 1407          Applied Human Anatomy/Phys I 4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                              3001    508127     8:00-9:20   MW      B210     TBA
                                               LET EVIDENCE REVEAL                                            Lab                9:30-10:50  MW      B210     TBA
                                                    THE TRUTH!
                                                                                                              SCIT 1408          Applied Human Anatomy/Phys II 4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                              3001    508133     9:30-10:50  TR      B210      TBA
                                                                                                              Lab                11:00-12:20 TR      B210      TBA

                                                                                                              EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                                                                                                              BIOL 1406          Biology 4 Science Majors I            4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                              3501    508113     5:45-7:05        TR         B215      Hancock, C
                                             PURSUE AN ASSOCIATE IN ARTS                                      Lab                7:15-8:35        TR         B215      Hancock, C
                                          WITH EMPHASIS IN FORENSIC SCIENCE*
                                                                                                              BIOL 1408          Biology 4 Non-Science Majors I        4 Cr Hrs
                                    Interested in Forensic Science? Thinking about a career as a forensic     3501    508141     5:45-7:05     MW       B214           TBA
                                    specialist? The Associate in Arts with Emphasis in Forensic Science *     Lab                7:15-8:35     MW       B214           TBA
                                              at Cedar Valley College may be the right fit for you.
                                                                                                              SCIT 1407          Applied Human Anatomy/Phys I 4 Cr Hrs
                                      This degree provides a transfer program with course emphasis on         3501    508132     5:45-7:05   MW      B210     TBA
                                      basic sciences and applications in forensic techniques. As part of      Lab                7:15-8:35   MW      B210     TBA
                                     the program, students will learn how to properly collect, handle and
                                    document crime scene evidence. Laboratory investigation of forensic       HYBRID/BLENDED CLASSES
                                    evidence is included. There will also be courses in the forensic study    BIOL 1406          Biology 4 Science Majors I            4 Cr Hrs
                                                            of the criminal mind.                             3020 501859          Online                     INET       Siemantel, J
                                                                                                              Lab                  8:00-12:30       S         B215       Hill, O
                                 Emphasis is placed on preparing the student to transfer to a university      This hybrid course has online lectures with a lab that meets on campus part
                                offering forensic programs with specialties in forensic laboratory science,   of the time. Lab attendance is mandatory. All testing is completed in the
                                               forensic psychology, and/or criminal justice.                  CVC Testing Center. Orientation on September 6. All students must email
                                                   Look for these classes in the schedule:                    the instructor upon registering at jsiemantel@dcccd.edu.

                                        FORS 2470 Crime Scene Evidence Gathering & Analysis                   BIOL 1409          Biology 4 Non-Science Majors II 4 Cr Hrs
                                                      MW 2:00-4:30 B214                                       3020 514158         Online                       INET      Dacus, J
                                                                                                              Lab                 9:30-12:30       S           B214      Dacus, J
                                                 CRIJ 2314.3420 Criminal Investigation                        This hybrid course has online lectures with a lab that meets on campus.
                                                                INET                                          Lab attendance is mandatory. Required orientation on August 26 or 27.
                                                                                                              Please email instructor upon registration at judydacus@dcccd.edu to
                                             ANTH 2346.3020 Introduction to Anthropology                      schedule your orientation time.
                                                       MW 11:00-12:20 C024
                                                                                                              SCIT 1407          Applied Human Anatomy/Phys I          4 Cr Hrs
                                           *The AA with Emphasis in Forensic Science program is               3021    501958     Online               INET             Valdez, B
                                                  pending Coordinating Board Approval.                        Lab                8:00-11:30  S        B210             Valdez, B

                                                                                                              SCIT 1408           Applied Human Anatomy/Phys II 4 Cr Hrs
                              BIOLOGY                                                                         3020 508296
                                                                                                              Lab
                                                                                                                                  Online
                                                                                                                                  12:00-3:30      S
                                                                                                                                                             INET
                                                                                                                                                             B210
                                                                                                                                                                       Valdez, B
                                                                                                                                                                       Valdez, B
                              BIOL 1322              Principles of Nutrition                   3 Cr Hrs       Course #501958 and 508296 are hybrid courses that have online lectures
                              3001      508108       9:30-10:50        TR          C001        Siemantel, J   with a lab that meets on campus every Saturday. Lab attendance is
                                                                                                              mandatory. All testing is completed during class on Saturday.
                              BIOL 1406              Biology 4 Science Majors I                4 Cr Hrs
                              3001      508118       9:30-10:50        MW          C001        Siemantel, J   DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                              Lab                    11:00-12:20       MW          B215        Cole, L        BIOL 1406          Biology 4 Science Majors I            4 Cr Hrs
                              3002      508120       11:00-12:20       MW          C001        Siemantel, J   3420 501855         Online                       INET      Siemantel, J
                              Lab                    9:30-10:50        MW          B215        Cole, L        This is a completely online Major’s course NOT intended for those planning
                              3003      508123       11:00-12:20       MW          C001        Siemantel, J   on majoring in the sciences and/or health-related professions. Students
                              Lab                    12:30-1:50        MW          B215        Cole, L        must email the instructor upon registering for the course at jsiemantel@
                              3004      508124       8:00-9:20         TR          B215        Hill, O        dcccd.edu
                              Lab                    9:30-10:50        TR          B215        Hill, O        3421 501971         Online                       INET      Earle, B
                                                                                                              Course #501971 is restricted to students enrolled in Vet Tech’s online
                                                                                                              program.
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  SEC     REG#        TIME            DAY        ROOM       INSTRUCTOR      SEC    REG#       TIME          DAY         ROOM    INSTRUCTOR
  BIOL 1407          Biology 4 Science Majors II           4 Cr Hrs         BMGT 2383         Coop. Ed. Bus. Admin. & Mgt.      3 Cr Hrs
  3420 501857         Online                     INET       Siemantel, J    3420   506239     Online/Coop            INET       Minger, D
  This is a completely online Major’s course NOT intended for those
  planning on majoring in the sciences and/or health-related professions.   BMGT 2384          Coop Ed Oper Mgmt/Supervision 3 Cr Hrs
  Students must email the instructor upon registering for the course at     3420 505846        Online/Coop                 INET Lumar, S
  jsiemantel@dcccd.edu                                                      Course #505846 is for Logistics students only.
  BIOL 1408         Biology 4 Non-Science Majors I         4 Cr Hrs         MRKG 1381         Coop Ed Mrkg/Mrkg Mgt, General 3 Cr Hrs
  3420 501959       Online                    INET         Earle, B         3420   506217     Online/Coop           INET     Minger, D
  3421 501961       Online                    INET         Earle, B
  3422 501963       Online                    INET         Earle, B         MRKG 2381         Coop Ed-Mrkg/Mrkg Mgt, General 3 Cr Hrs
  Lab                                                      Fuhrmann, R      3420   506220     Online/Coop           INET     Minger, D
  3423 501966       Online                    INET         Siemantel, S
  3424 501967       Online                    INET         Earle, B         DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
  Course #501967 begins October 13 and ends January 23.
                                                                            BMGT 1301         Supervision                       3 Cr Hrs
  BIOL 1409          Biology 4 Non-Science Majors II       4 Cr Hrs         3420   506226     Online                    INET    Naylor, S
  3420 501968        Online                 INET           Earle, B
  Lab                                                      Fuhrmann, R      BMGT 1303         Principles of Mgt                 3 Cr Hrs
  3421 501969       Online                    INET         Mooney, C        3420   506229     Online                    INET    Minger, D
  3422 501970       Online                    INET         Earle, B
  Course #501970 begins October 13 and ends January 23.                     BMGT 2303         Problem Solv. & Dec. Making       3 Cr Hrs
                                                                            3420   506233     Online                INET        Rollings, G
  SCIT 1407          Human Anatomy & Physiology I          4 Cr Hrs
  3420    501957     Online              INET              Lumbley, S       BUSI 1301         Intro to Business                 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                            3420   506171     Online                    INET    Minger, D
  BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT & MARKETING                                          BUSI 2301         Business Law                      3 Cr Hrs
                                                                            3420   506175     Online                    INET    Minger, D
  BMGT 1303          Principles of Management              3 Cr Hrs
  3001    506228     11:00-12:20      TR         B112      Tademy, D        HRPO 1311         Human Relations                   3 Cr Hrs
                                                                            3420   506186     Online                    INET    Soper-Shaw, P
  BUSI 1301          Intro to Business                     3 Cr Hrs
  3001    506494     8:00-9:20        MW         B120      Womble, J        HRPO 2301         Human Resources Mgt               3 Cr Hrs
  3002    506496     12:30-1:50       MW         B119      Daily, M         3420   506178     Online              INET          Brooks-Barnes, C
  3003    506497     9:30-10:50       TR         B119      Daily, M
  3004    506498     11:00-12:20      TR         B119      Daily, M         HRPO 2307         Organizational Behavior           3 Cr Hrs
                                                                            3420   506180     Online                    INET    Minger, D
  HRPO 2301          Human Resources Management 3 Cr Hrs
  3001    506458     9:30-10:50 MW       B119   Simon, S                    MRKG 1301         Customer Relations                3 Cr Hrs
                                                                            3420   506189     Online                    INET    Hamilton, T
  MRKG 1311          Principles of Marketing               3 Cr Hrs
  3001    506208     11:00-12:20      MW         B119      Tademy, D        MRKG 1302         Principles of Retailing           3 Cr Hrs
                                                                            3420   506199     Online                    INET    Naylor, S
  EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
  BMGT 1301          Supervision                           3 Cr Hrs         MRKG 1311         Principles of Marketing           3 Cr Hrs
  3501    506223     6:00-8:45        R          B119      Brooks-          3420   506204     Online                    INET    Hamilton, T
                                                           Barnes,C
                                                                            MRKG 2333         Principles of Selling             3 Cr Hrs
  BMGT 1303          Principles of Management              3 Cr Hrs         3420   506211     Online                    INET    Tademy, D
  3501    506232     6:00-8:45        M          B119      Rollings, W
                                                                            MRKG 2349         Advertising & Sales Promotion 3 Cr Hrs
  BUSI 1301          Intro to Business                     3 Cr Hrs         3420   506215     Online                 INET   Glee, J
  3501    506502     5:45-7:05        MW         C024      Bradford, K

  BUSI 2301          Business Law                          3 Cr Hrs
                                                                            BUSINESS OFFICE SYSTEMS & SUPPORT
  3520 506457       6:00-7:25       W         B119     Rader/Minger         POFI 2301         Word                              3 Cr Hrs
  Course #506457 begins October 22 and ends December 10.                    3301   506150   9:30-10:50      TR          B116A   Willson, A
                                                                            Lab    Open Lab 1 hr. 20 min.   MTWRF       B116A   Willson, A
  HRPO 2307          Organizational Behavior               3 Cr Hrs
  3501    506459     6:00-8:45        T          B119      Soper-Shaw, P    POFT 1127         Intro. to Keyboarding             1 Cr Hr
                                                                            3301   506152     11:00-11:50   TR          B116A   Willson, A
  COOPERATIVE EDUCATION CLASSES
  BMGT 1382          Coop. Ed. Bus. Admin. and Mgt. 3 Cr Hrs                DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
  3420    506234     Online/Coop            INET    Minger, D               POFI 1341         Ms Office I                       3 Cr Hrs
                                                                            3420   506137     Online                    INET    Cicione, G
  BMGT 1383          Coop. Ed. Bus. Admin. and Mgt. 3 Cr Hrs
  3420    506236     Online/Coop            INET    Minger, D               POFI 1349         Excel                             3 Cr Hrs
                                                                            3420   506120     Online                    INET    Das, A
  BMGT 2382          Coop. Ed. Bus. Admin. and Mgt. 3 Cr Hrs
  3420    506237     Online/Coop            INET    Minger, D               POFI 1441         Access                            4 Cr Hrs
                                                                            3420   506124     Online                    INET    Das, A
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                              POFI 2301          Word                                3 Cr Hrs       ARTV 1303          Basic Animation                     3 Cr Hrs
                              3420   506114      Online                    INET      Patel, H       3001 507154       12:30-3:45     TR          E220      TBA
                                                                                                    Course #507154 focuses on Flash.
                              POFM 1302          Medical Software Applications 3 Cr Hrs
                              3420   506142      Online                    INET      Gulzar, Y      ARTV 1345          3-D Modeling & Rendering I          3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                    3001 507137       12:30-3:45    MW           E220      Crawford, W
                              POFM 1309          Medical Office Procedures           3 Cr Hrs       Course #507137 focuses on Maya.
                              3420   506140      Online                    INET      Cicione, G
                                                                                                    ARTV 2351          3-D Animation II                    3 Cr Hrs
                              POFT 1321          Business Math                       3 Cr Hrs       3001 507146       9:30-3:45     F            E220      Crawford, W
                              3420   506156      Online                    INET      Daily, T       Course #507146 focuses on Maya.

                              POFT 1328          Power Point                         3 Cr Hrs       EVENING CLASSES
                              3420   506133      Online                    INET      Patel, H       ARTC 1302          Digital Imaging I                   3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                    3501 507143       5:30-8:45      MW          E220      Crawford, W
                              POFT 1380          Coop.Ed.-Admin.Asst./Sec. Sci. 3 Cr Hrs            Course #507143 focuses on Photoshop.
                              3420   506155      Online/Coop           INET     Harcourt, L
                                                                                                    ARTC 1359          Visual Design for New Media         3 Cr Hrs
                              POFT 2312          Bus. Correspondce & Comm            3 Cr Hrs       3501 512392       5:30-8:45     TR           E220      TBA
                              3420   506168      Online                INET          Hamilton, T    Course #512392 focuses on Dreamweaver.

                              CHEMISTRY                                                             ARTC 2335
                                                                                                    3501 507144
                                                                                                                        Portfolio Dev for Graphic Design 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                                        5:30-8:45      MW        E220       Crawford, W
                              CHEM 1405          Introductory Chemistry I            4 Cr Hrs       Students enrolling in ARTC 2335 must have completed at least 3
                              3001   508306      1:30-2:50      TR         B209      Brayden, T     semesters in the Computer Graphics Curriculum.
                              Lab                3:00-4:20      TR         B209      Hill, O

                              CHEM 1411          General Chemistry I                 4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                    COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
                              3001   508414      9:30-10:50     MW         B209      Brayden, T     BCIS 1405          Business Computer Apps.             4 Cr Hrs
                              Lab                11:00-12:20    MW         B209      Hill, O        3021   506600      9:30-10:50  TR       L114           Mungenast, A
                              3002   508423      9:30-10:50     TR         B209      Brayden, T     Lab                8:00-9:20   TR       B116C          Cicione, G
                              Lab                11:00-12:20    TR         B209      Brayden, T
                                                                                                    COSC 1401          Microcomp. Concepts & Apps.         4 Cr Hrs
                              CHEM 2423          Org Chemistry                       4 Cr Hrs       3021   506599      9:30-10:50  TR       L114           Mungenast, A
                              3001   508427      1:30-2:50      MW         B209      Brayden, T     Lab                8:00-9:20   TR       B116C          Cicione, G
                              Lab                3:00-4:50      MW         B209      Brayden, T
                                                                                                    ITNW 1425          Fund of Networking Tech             4 Cr Hrs
                              EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES                                             3211 506446       9:00-12:30     MW          A206H     Mungenast, A
                              CHEM 1405          Introductory Chemistry I            4 Cr Hrs       Lab               12:40-3:20     MW          A206H     Mungenast, A
                              3250   508409      9:00-11:40     S          B209      Coniglio, J    Course begins August 25 and ends October 15.
                              Lab                12:00-2:40     S          B209      Coniglio, J
                              3501   508308      5:45-7:05      TR         B209      Cordry, A      ITSC 1401          Introduction to Computers           4 Cr Hrs
                              Lab                7:15-8:35      TR         B209      Cordry, A      3001   506601      11:00-12:20     TR        C024      Mungenast, A
                                                                                                    Lab                9:30-10:50      TR        B116C     Cicione, G
                              CHEM 1411          General Chemistry I                 4 Cr Hrs
                              3501   508425      5:45-7:05      MW         B209      Cordry, A      ITSW 1401          Intro to Word                       4 Cr Hrs
                              Lab                7:15-8:35      MW         B209      Cordry, A      3301   506146   9:30-10:50         TR        B116A     Willson, A
                                                                                                    Lab    Open Lab 1 hr. 20 min.      MTWRF     B116A     Willson, A
                              DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                                                                                                    EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                              CHEM 1405          Introductory Chemistry I            4 Cr Hrs
                              3420   501860      Online                    INET      Hill, O        COSC 1300          Computer Literacy                   3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                    3250   516257      9:00-10:40      S         A206D     Das, A
                                                                                                    Lab                11:00-12:30               A206D     Das, A
                              CHILD DEVELOPMENT - SEE TEACHER
                                                                                                    ITMT 1440          Manage/Maintain Server 2003 4 Cr Hrs
                              PREPARATION                                                           3711 506454       6:00-8:50       MW       A206H       Johnson, B
                                                                                                    Lab               9:00-10:30      MW       A206H       Johnson, B
                              COMPUTER GRAPHICS                                                     Course begins October 20 and ends December 10.

                              ARTC 1313          Digital Publishing I                3 Cr Hrs       ITNW 1425          Fund of Networking Tech             4 Cr Hrs
                              3001 507151       9:00-12:15     TR          E220      TBA            3711 506449       6:00-8:50      MW          A206H     Mungenast, A
                              Course #507151 focuses on InDesign.                                   Lab               9:00-10:30     MW          A206H     Mungenast, A
                                                                                                    Course begins August 25 and ends October 15.
                              ARTC 2335           Portfolio Dev for Graphic Design 3 Cr Hrs
                              Students enrolling in ARTC 2335 must have completed at least 3        ITSC 1405          Intro to PC Operating Systems 4 Cr Hrs
                              semesters in the Computer Graphics Curriculum.                        3250 506451       1:00-4:30       SU       A206H       Veon, J
                              3001 507139         12:30-3:45     MW        E220       Crawford, W   Lab               4:40-7:30       SU       A206H       Veon, J
                              3002 507149         9:30-3:45      F         E220       Crawford, W   Course begins October 25 and ends December 7.



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  SEC    REG#       TIME           DAY        ROOM     INSTRUCTOR       SEC    REG#       TIME            DAY      ROOM     INSTRUCTOR

  ITSC 1425         Personal Computer Hardware 4 Cr Hrs                 ITSC 1401        Intro to Computers                 4 Cr Hrs
  3250 506453       1:00-4:30      SU          A206H   Lay, D           3420 505979       Online                    INET    Maples, A
  Lab               4:40-7:30      SU          A206H   Lay, D           3426 505980       Online                    INET    Mungenast, A
  Course begins August 30 and ends October 12.                          Course #505980 begins September 25 and ends December 11.

  HYBRID/BLENDED CLASSES                                                ITSC 2435        Application Problem Solving        4 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3420   506316    Online                   INET      Xeriland, T
  BCIS 1405         Business Computer Apps.            4 Cr Hrs
  3020   506598     11:00-12:20 MW        L114         Mungenast, A     ITSC 2439        Personal Computer Help Desk 4 Cr Hrs
  Lab               Online                INET         Serrano, G       3420   506337    Online                   INET      Desai, S
  3520   506603     6:00-7:20   TR        C024         Mungenast, A
  Lab               Online                INET         Mungenast, A     ITSE 1407        Intro. to C++ Programming          4 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3420   506334    Online                   INET      Serrano, G
  COSC 1300         Computer Literacy                  3 Cr Hrs
  3020   506596     11:00-12:40    W          B116C    Maples, A        ITSE 1411        Beg. Web Page Program              4 Cr Hrs
  Lab               Online                    INET     Serrano, G       3420   506318    Online                   INET      Xeriland, T
  COSC 1401         Microcomp. Concepts & Apps.        4 Cr Hrs         ITSE 1432        Intro. to Visual BASIC.NET         4 Cr Hrs
  3020   506597     11:00-12:20 MW       L114          Mungenast, A     3420   516287    Online                   INET      Xeriland, T
  Lab               Online               INET          Maples, A
                                                                        ITSE 2417        Java Programming                   4 Cr Hrs
  COSC 1401         Microcomp. Concepts & Apps. 4 Cr Hrs                3420   506320    Online                   INET      Xeriland, T
  3520   506602     6:00-7:20      TR         C024     Mungenast, A
  Lab               Online                    INET     Mungenast, A     ITSW 1401        Intro to Word                      4 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3420   506110    Online                   INET      Patel, H
  COOPERATIVE EDUCATION CLASSES
  These COOP courses begin September 25 and end december 11.            ITSW 1404        Intro to Excel                     4 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3420   506118    Online                   INET      Das, A
  ITNW 1380         Coop Ed/Com Sys Ntwk/Telecom 3 Cr Hrs
  3300   506349     Coop                 B104    Mungenast, A           ITSW 1407        Intro to Access                    4 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3420   506122    Online                   INET      Das, A
  ITSC 1380         Coop Ed-Comp & Info Sci, Gen 3 Cr Hrs
  3300   506347     Coop                 B108    Maples, A              ITSW 1410        Into to Power Point                4 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3420   506130    Online                   INET      Patel, H
  ITSE 1380         Coop. Ed.-Computer Prog.           3 Cr Hrs
  3300   506343     Coop                   B103        Serrano, G
                                                                        CRIMINAL JUSTICE
  DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                                                                        CRIJ 1301        Intro Criminal Justice             3 Cr Hrs
  BCIS 1405         Business Computer Apps.            4 Cr Hrs         3001   506620    8:00-9:20        MW      C025      Stewart, S
  3420 505968       Online                   INET      Maples, A        3002   506622    8:00-9:20        TR      C025      Stewart, S
  3426 505975       Online                   INET      Mungenast, A
  3427 516262       Online                   INET      Serrano, G
  Courses #505975 & #516262 begin September 25 and end December 11.
                                                                        CRIJ 1306        Court Systems & Practices          3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3001   506624    9:30-10:50       MW      C025      Stewart, S
  COSC 1300         Computer Literacy                  3 Cr Hrs
  3420 505904       Online                    INET    Serrano, G        CRIJ 1310        Fund Criminal Law                  3 Cr Hrs
  3421 505956       Online                    INET    Serrano, G        3001   506628    9:30-10:50       TR      C025      Stewart, S
  3426 505962       Online                    INET    Maples, A
  Course #505962 begins September 25 and ends December 11.              CRIJ 2313        Correct System                     3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3001   506630    11:00-12:20      MW      C025      Stewart, S
  COSC 1401         Microcomp. Concepts & Apps. 4 Cr Hrs
  3420 505965       Online                   INET      Maples, A        CRIJ 2314        Criminal Investigation             3 Cr Hrs
  3426 505972       Online                   INET      Mungenast, A     3001   506631    12:30-1:50       TR      C025      Gilbert, J
  3427 516264       Online                   INET      Serrano, G
  Courses #505972 & #516264 begin September 25 and end December 11.     CRIJ 2328        Police System & Practice           3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3001   506634    11:00-12:20      TR      C025      Stewart, S
  COSC 1415         Intro to Computer Sci & Prog-C++ 4 Cr Hrs
  3420   506326     Online                   INET    Serrano, G         EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                                                                        CRIJ 1301        Intro Criminal Justice             3 Cr Hrs
  COSC 1436         Programming Fund I-C++             4 Cr Hrs         3250   516354    9:00-12:00       S       C024      Stewart, S
  3420   506332     Online                INET         Serrano, G       3501   506635    5:45-7:05        MW      C025      McJunkin-
                                                                                                                            Thomas, L
  IMED 1301         Intro to Multimedia                3 Cr Hrs
  3420   506309     Online                    INET     Xeriland, T      CRIJ 1306        Court Systems & Practices          3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3501   506636    5:45-7:05        TR      C026      Middlebrooks, N
  IMED 1416         Web Page Design                    4 Cr Hrs
  3420   506312     Online                    INET     Xeriland, T      CRIJ 2313        Correct System                     3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3501   506637    7:15-8:35        MW      C026      McJunkin-
  ITNW 1437         Intro to the Internet              4 Cr Hrs                                                             Thomas, L
  3420   506339     Online                    INET     Gulzar, Y


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                              SEC    REG#        TIME           DAY        ROOM      INSTRUCTOR       SEC     REG#        TIME             DAY         ROOM       INSTRUCTOR

                              DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES                                               3007 508741          9:30-10:50      TR          B111      Hecht, M
                                                                                                      3020 508743          9:30-10:50      R           A201      McDowell, M
                              CJSA 2334       Contempt Issues in Criminal Justice 3 Cr Hrs            Course #508743 is hybrid. Class will meet half of the time in a traditional
                              3420 506639     Online                      INET      Stewart, S        classroom setting, and the other half of the course work is completed
                              MANDATORY orientation on August 25 at 6:30 pm in room C209.             online. Students are encouraged to enroll in ENGL 1301.3020 on
                                                                                                      Tuesdays at 9:30 am.
                              CRIJ 1301         Intro Criminal Justice              3 Cr Hrs          3300 511085          11:00-12:20     TR          B116C     McDowell, M
                              3420   505836     Online                    INET      Goodrich-         Students will be allowed begin work in College Algebra during the
                                                                                    Collins, T        semester if course is completed early. All work and instruction will be
                              CRIJ 1307         Crime in America                    3 Cr Hrs          completed using the My Math Lab program.
                              3420 506626     Online                      INET      Stewart, S        3008 508745          11:00-12:20     TR          B111      El Berrak, R
                              MANDATORY orientation on August 25 at 5:30 pm in room C209.             3009 508747          12:30-1:50      TR          B111      El Berrak, R

                              CRIJ 1313         Juvenile Justice System             3 Cr Hrs          EVENING CLASSES
                              3420   505837     Online                    INET      Ratcliff, V
                                                                                                      DMAT 0066           Concepts of Basic Math                  1 Cr Hr
                              CRIJ 2313         Correct System                      3 Cr Hrs          3501    515080      5:45-7:05        MW          B120       Kratzmeyer, S
                              3420   505838     Online                    INET      Middlebrooks, N   3502    515081      5:45-7:05        TR          B111       Whitlock, A

                              CRIJ 2314         Criminal Investigation              3 Cr Hrs          DMAT 0090           Pre-Algebra                             3 Cr Hrs
                              3420   505840     Online                    INET      Norton, B         3501    508701      5:45-7:05        MW          B109       Fuhr, J
                                                                                                      3502    508703      7:15-8:35        MW          B109       Fuhr, J
                              CRIJ 2328         Police System & Practice            3 Cr Hrs          3503    508704      5:45-7:05        TR          B109       Gallatin, J
                              3420    505839    Online                    INET      Goodrich-         3504    508706      7:15-8:35        TR          B109       Gallatin, J
                                                                                    Collins, T
                                                                                                      DMAT 0091           Elementary Algebra                      3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                      3501    508720      5:45-7:05        MW          B110       Niell, B
                              CULTURAL STUDIES                                                        3502    508722      7:15-8:35        MW          B110       Niell, B
                                                                                                      3503    508723      5:45-7:05        TR          B110       Bracy, C
                              CUST 2370         Cultural Studies                    3 Cr Hrs          3504    508725      7:15-8:35        TR          B110       Bracy, C
                              3001   512407     12:30-3:10      W         L114      Rovelo, C
                                                                                                      DMAT 0093           Intermediate Algebra                    3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                      3501    508749      5:45-7:05        MW          B111       Aziz, M
                              DANCE                                                                   3502    508751      7:15-8:35        MW          B111       Kratzmeyer, S
                                                                                                      3503    508752      5:45-7:05        TR          A201       Stewart, V
                              DANC 2212         Musical Comedy Dance I              3 Cr Hrs          3504    508755      7:15-8:35        TR          B111       Whitlock, A
                              3001   515905     12:30-1:50      TR        G101      Woodlan, S
                                                                                                      DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                              DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS                                               DMAT 0090           Pre-Algebra                             3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                      3420    501938      Online                       INET       Darabadey, S
                              DMAT 0066         Concepts of Basic Math              1 Cr Hr
                              3001   515074     8:00-9:20       MW        B119      TBA               DMAT 0091           Elementary Algebra                      3 Cr Hrs
                              3002   515075     12:30-1:50      MW        B110      Das, A            3420    501940      Online                       INET       Darabadey, S
                              3003   515077     8:00-9:20       TR        B119      Greer, K
                              3004   515078     9:30-10:50      TR        B125      El Berrak, R      DMAT 0093           Intermediate Algebra                    3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                      3420    501941      Online                       INET       McDowell, M
                              DMAT 0090         Pre-Algebra                         3 Cr Hrs          3421    501942      Online                       INET       McDowell, M
                              3001   508671     8:00-9:20       MW        B109      TBA
                              3002   508674     9:30-10:50      MW        B109      TBA
                              3003   508676     11:00-12:20     MW        B120      TBA               DEVELOPMENTAL READING
                              3004   508679     11:00-12:20     MW        B110      Das, A            Placement in DREA 0090, 0091 and 0093 depends upon THEA scores or
                              3005   508681     12:30-1:50      MW        B120      TBA               course completion requirements.
                              3006   508683     8:00-9:20       TR        B109      Sims, D
                              3007   508694     9:30-10:50      TR        B109      Sims, D           DREA 0090           Developmental Reading                   3 Cr Hrs
                              3008   508695     9:30-10:50      TR        B110      Cofield, S        3001    507159      8:00-9:20        MW          C209       TBA
                              3009   508698     11:00-12:20     TR        B109      Hecht, M          3002    507160      9:30-10:50       MW          D226       Allen, S
                              3010   508699     12:30-1:50      TR        B109      Cofield, S        3003    507161      11:00-12:20      MW          D226       Allen, S
                                                                                                      3004    507162      12:30-1:50       MW          D226       Allen, S
                              DMAT 0091         Elementary Algebra                  3 Cr Hrs          3005    507163      8:00-9:20        TR          D226       TBA
                              3001   508708     8:00-9:20       MW        B110      Little, D         3006    507164      9:30-10:50       TR          D205       Brotherton, J
                              3002   508710     9:30-10:50      MW        B110      Little, D         3007    507165      11:00-12:20      TR          D205       Brotherton, J
                              3003   508712     11:00-12:20     MW        D230      Thompson, T       3008    507166      12:30-1:50       TR          D205       Brotherton, J
                              3004   508713     8:00-9:20       TR        B110      Cofield, S        3009    507167      9:00-12:00       F           D205       Romero, M
                              3005   508715     9:30-10:50      TR        D230      Thompson, T
                              3006   508717     11:00-12:20     TR        B110      Cofield, S        DREA 0091           Developmental Reading                   3 Cr Hrs
                              DMAT 0093         Intermediate Algebra                3 Cr Hrs          3001    507172      8:00-9:20        MW          D226       Colbert, J
                              3001   508727     8:00-9:20       MW        B111      Das, A            3002    507173      9:30-10:50       MW          D205       Brotherton, J
                              3002   508728     9:30-10:50      MW        B111      Das, A            3003    507174      11:00-12:20      MW          D205       Brotherton, J
                              3003   508729     9:30-10:50      MW        C221      TBA               3004    507175      12:30-1:50       MW          D205       Brotherton, J
                              3004   508731     11:00-12:20     MW        B111      Aziz, M           3005    507176      9:30-10:50       TR          D226       Allen, S
                              3005   508733     12:30-1:50      MW        B111      Aziz, M           3006    507177      11:00-12:20      TR          D226       Allen, S
                              3006   508736     8:00-9:20       TR        B111      El Berrak, R      3007    507178      12:30-1:50       TR          D226       Allen, S

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  3009    507179    9:00-12:00     F         D205     Romero, M         DWRI 0093          Developmental Writing                3 Cr Hrs
  3211    507180    8:00-9:20      MTWR      D205     Brotherton, J     *3250   507295     1:00-4:05       S          A206C     Patton, M
                                                                        *3501   507297     7:15-8:35       MW         A206F     Dukes, P
  DREA 0093         Developmental Reading             3 Cr Hrs          *3502   507301     7:15-8:35       TR         A206F     Hairston, J
  3001    507184    8:00- 9:20     MW        D226     Colbert, J
  3002
  3003
          507185
          507186
                    9:30-10:50
                    11:00-12:20
                                   MW
                                   MW
                                             D205
                                             D205
                                                      Brotherton, J
                                                      Brotherton, J
                                                                        DRAMA
  3004    507187    12:30-1:50     MW        D205     Brotherton, J
  3005    507188    9:30-10:50     TR        D226     Allen, S          DRAM 1351          Acting I                             3 Cr Hrs
  3006    507190    11:00-12:20    TR        D226     Allen, S          3001    507777     2:00-3:20       TR         E126      Rogers, D
  3007    507191    12:30-1:50     TR        D226     Allen, S
  3009    507192    9:00-12:00     F         D205     Romero, M         EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
  3211    507193    8:00-9:20      MTWR      D205     Brotherton, J     The following courses (DRAM 1120, 1121 and 1323) include any phase of
                                                                        rehearsal and performance of “Seussical.” Auditions are on August 18-19
  EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES                                             in room E126. Performances on October 17-18, 24-25 and November 1.
                                                                        There will be evening rehearsals. Permission to enroll in these classes
  DREA 0090         Developmental Reading             3 Cr Hrs          must be given by the instructor.
  3250    507168    9:00-12:00     S         D205     Briscoe, B
  3501    507169    5:45-7:05      MW        D205     Colbert, J        DRAM 1120          Theater Practicum I                  1 Cr Hr
  3502    507171    7:15-8:35      TR        D205     Johnson, S        3501    508999                                E126      Germany, S

  DREA 0091         Developmental Reading             3 Cr Hrs          DRAM 1121          Demonstration Lab                    1 Cr Hr
  3250    507181    9:00-12:00     S         D205     Briscoe, B        3501    509002                                E126      Germany, S
  3501    507182    7:15-8:35      MW        D205     Hunter, P
  3502    507183    5:45-7:05      TR        D205     Briscoe, B        DRAM 1323          Theater Workshop                     3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3501    509004                                E126      Germany, S
  DREA 0093         Developmental Reading             3 Cr Hrs
  3250    507194    9:00-12:00     S         D205     Briscoe, B        DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
  3501    507195    7:15-8:35      MW        D205     Hunter, P
  3502    507196    5:45-7:05      TR        D205     Briscoe, B        DRAM 2366          Film Appreciation I                  3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3420    513016     Online                     INET      Cotton, J

  DEVELOPMENTAL WRITING                                                 ECONOMICS
  Placement in DWRI 0090, 0091 and 0093 depends upon THEA scores or
  course requirements. * Indicates Computer-Assisted Instruction.
                                                                        ECON 2301          Principles of Economics              3 Cr Hrs
  DWRI 0090         Developmental Writing             3 Cr Hrs          3001    506572     9:30-10:50      MW         B125      Pharr, J
  *3001   507199    8:00-9:20      MW        A206F    Cox, D            3002    506574     8:00-9:20       TR         C002      Pharr, J
  *3002   507200    11:00-12:20    MW        A206F    Disheroon, S
  *3003   507202    9:30-10:50     TR        A206F    Cotton J          ECON 2302          Principles of Economics              3 Cr Hrs
  *3004   507203    11:00-12:20    TR        A206F    Cotton J          3001    506594     11:00-12:20     MW         C002      Pharr, J
  *3005   507205    12:30-1:50     TR        A206F    Rios-Harris, R
  *3006   507206    8:00-10:50     F         A206F    Lancaster, M      EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES

  DWRI 0091         Developmental Writing             3 Cr Hrs          ECON 2301          Principles of Economics              3 Cr Hrs
  *3001   507209    8:00-9:20      MW        A206F    Cox, D            3501    506578     5:45-7:05       TR         C002      Nsekpong, I
  *3002   507211    9:30-10:50     MW        A206F    Cox, D
  *3003   507213    11:00-12:20    MW        A206F    Disheroon, S      HYBRID/BLENDED CLASSES
  *3004   507214    9:30-10:50     TR        A206F    Cotton J          These courses will meet on-campus one day a week; all other instruction
  *3005   507216    11:00-12:20    TR        A206H    Cotton J          will occur online.
  *3006   507217    12:30-1:50     TR        A206F    Rios-Harris, R
  *3007   507218    8:00-10:50     F         A206F    Lancaster, M      ECON 2301          Principles of Economics              3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3020 506582       12:30-1:50     M           B125       Kaluya, M
  DWRI 0093         Developmental Writing             3 Cr Hrs          3521 506587       7:30-9:00      W           B125       Stiefer, W
  *3001   507282    8:00-9:20      MW        B116C    Washington, F     Course begins August 27 and ends October 15.
  *3002   507284    9:30-10:50     MW        A206F    Cox, D
  *3003   507288    8:00-9:20      TR        A206F    Burnett, E        ECON 2302          Principles of Economics              3 Cr Hrs
  *3004   507289    9:30-10:50     TR        A206H    Noblin, L         3522 506591       7:30-9:00       W        B125         Stiefer, W
  *3005   507291    11:00-12:20    TR        A206H    Burnett, E        Course begins October 22 and ends December 10.
  *3006   507293    8:00-10:50     F         A206F    Lancaster, M
                                                                        DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
  EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES                                             ECON 1303          Economics of Contemp Soc Issues 3 Cr Hrs
  DWRI 0090         Developmental Writing             3 Cr Hrs          3420    512471     Online                 INET     Pharr, J
  *3250   507299    1:00-4:05      S         A206C    Patton, M
  *3501   507300    5:45-7:05      MW        A206F    Dukes, P          ECON 2301          Principles of Economics              3 Cr Hrs
  *3502   507302    5:45-7:05      TR        A206F    Hairston, J       3420 505841       Online                     INET       Pharr, J
                                                                        3426 505842       Online                     INET       Kaluya, M
  DWRI 0091         Developmental Writing             3 Cr Hrs          Course begins August 27 and ends October 15.
  *3250   507350    1:00-4:05      S         A206C    Patton, M
  *3501   507352    5:45-7:05      MW        A206F    Dukes, P          ECON 2302          Principles of Economics              3 Cr Hrs
  *3502   507354    7:15-8:35      MW        A206F    Dukes, P          3420    505843     Online                     INET      Pharr, J
  *3503   507355    5:45-7:05      TR        A206F    Hairston, J
  *3504   507356    7:15-8:35      TR        A206F    Hairston, J
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                              SEC     REG#       TIME            DAY      ROOM    INSTRUCTOR     SEC     REG#        TIME             DAY        ROOM       INSTRUCTOR
                              ECON 2311          Global Issues                    3 Cr Hrs       *3011   507393      11:00-12:20      TR         A206C      Opolicky, M
                              3420    505844     Online                   INET    Pharr, J       *3012   507395      11:00-12:20      TR         A206H      Romero, M
                                                                                                 *3013   507397      12:30-1:50       TR         A206G      Disheroon, S
                              ENGINE TECHNOLOGY                                                  *3014   507399      12:30-1:50       TR         A206C      Hartman, L

                              MTRC 1402          Motorcycle Tune-Up               4 Cr Hrs       ENGL 1302           Composition II                         3 Cr Hrs
                              3211 508543       8:00-12:15      MTWRF F101        Paul, D        *3001   507417      8:00-9:20        MW         A206B      Cotton, J
                              Course begins October 1 and ends November 3.                       *3002   507418      9:30-10:50       MW         A206B      Cotton, J
                                                                                                 *3003   507419      11:00-12:20      MW         A206B      Cotton, J
                                                                                                 *3004   507420      8:00-9:20        TR         A206B      Romero, M
                              MTRC 1405          Motorcycle Service Principles 4 Cr Hrs          *3005   507421      9:30-10:50       TR         A206B      Romero, M
                              3211 508552       8:00-12:15     MTWRF F101         Paul, D
                                                                                                 *3006   507422      11:00-12:20      TR         A206B      Contreras, F
                              Course begins November 4 and ends December 9.
                                                                                                 *3007   507423      12:30-1:50       TR         A206B      Contreras, F
                              MTRC 1419         Motorcycle 4 Stroke Eng/Trans 4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                 ENGL 2322           British Literature                     3 Cr Hrs
                              3211 508534       8:00-12:15      MTWRF F101    Paul, D
                                                                                                 3001    507427      9:30-10:50       TR         C222       Burnett, E
                              Course begins August 25 and ends September 30.
                                                                                                 ENGL 2327           American Literature                    3 Cr Hrs
                              SMER 1401          Marine Engine Tune-Up            4 Cr Hrs       3001    507429      8:00-9:20        TR         C024       Rios-Harris, R
                              3211 508546       8:00-12:15      MTWRF F101        Paul, D
                              Course begins October 1 and ends November 3.
                                                                                                 ENGL 2328           American Literature                    3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                 3001    507430      8:00-9:20        MW         C222       Burnett, E
                              SMER 1404         Marine Equip Srv Principles       4 Cr Hrs
                              3211 508556       8:00-12:15     MTWRF F101         Paul, D
                              Course begins November 4 and ends December 9.                      ENGL 2332           World Literature                       3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                 3001    507431      9:30-10:50       MW         C222       Contreras, F
                              SMER 1428          Sm. Engine Srv Principles        4 Cr Hrs
                              3211 508559       8:00-12:15     MTWRF F101         Paul, D        ENGL 2342           Studies in Literature                  3 Cr Hrs
                              Course begins November 4 and ends December 9.                      3001 512395          9:30-10:50       TR         C221        Disheroon, S
                                                                                                 ENGL 2342 will focus on African-American writers of the 20th and 21st
                                                                                                 centuries. We will examine themes in contemporary African-American
                              SMER 1431          Small Engine Tune-Up             4 Cr Hrs       writing such as oppression and civil rights, gender, the color line, re-
                              3211 508549       8:00-12:15      MTWRF F101        Paul, D
                                                                                                 gional identities, and differences. Authors studied will include Langston
                              Course begins October 1 and ends November 3.
                                                                                                 Hughes, Richard Wright, Zora Neale Hurston, Maya Angelou, Randall
                                                                                                 Kenan and Nikki Giovanni.
                              SMER 1437         Sm Engine 4 Stroke Eng/Trans      4 Cr Hrs
                              3211 508541       8:00-12:15      MTWRF F101        Paul, D
                                                                                                 EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                              Course begins August 25 and ends September 30.
                                                                                                 ENGL 1301           Composition I                          3 Cr Hrs
                              EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES                                          *3250   507404      1:00-4:05        S          A206B      Hartman, L
                              These courses begin August 25 and end December 9.                  *3501   507406      5:45-7:05        MW         A206G      Opolicky, M
                                                                                                 *3502   507408      7:15-8:35        MW         A206G      Opolicky, M
                              MTRC 1416          Motorcycle 2 Stroke Engin/Trans 4 Cr Hrs        *3503   507411      5:45-7:05        TR         A206G      Johnson, L
                              3501    508568     6:00-9:15     MW        F101    Jordan, L       *3504   507415      7:15-8:35        TR         A206G      TBA

                              MTRC 1419          Motorcycle 4 Stroke Eng/Trans 4 Cr Hrs          ENGL 1302           Composition II                         3 Cr Hrs
                              3501    508564     6:00-10:20      T        F101    Hinkle, R      *3250   512396      9:00-12:05       S          A206B      Lancaster, M
                              Lab                6:00-8:40       R        F101    Paul, D        *3501   507432      5:45-7:05        MW         A206B      McGowan, H
                                                                                                 *3502   507434      7:15-8:35        TR         A206B      Johnson, L
                              SMER 1407          Marine Engine Overhaul           4 Cr Hrs
                              3501    508579     6:00-9:15       MW       F101    Jordan, L      ENGL 2327           American Literature                    3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                 3250    507439      9:00-12:05       S          B120       Blount, R
                              SMER 1434          Sm Engine 2 Stroke Overhaul      4 Cr Hrs       3501    507442      5:45-7:05        MW         C222       Blount, R
                              3501    508583     6:00-9:15    MW       F101       Jordan, L
                                                                                                 ENGL 2332           World Literature                       3 Cr Hrs
                              SMER 1437          Sm Engine 4 Stroke Eng/Trans     4 Cr Hrs       3501    507438      5:45-8:35        T          C223       Gist, P
                              3501    508573     6:00-8:40    R        F101       Paul, D
                              Lab                6:00-10:20   T        F101       Hinkle, R      HYBRID/BLENDED CLASSES
                                                                                                 These are hybrid courses. They meet half of the time in a traditional
                                                                                                 classroom setting, and the other half of the course work is completed
                              ENGLISH                                                            online.
                              * Indicates Computer-Assisted Instruction
                                                                                                 ENGL 1301           Composition I                          3 Cr Hrs
                              ENGL 1301          Composition I                    3 Cr Hrs       *3020 507401      9:30-10:50      T          A206G     Rios-Harris, R
                              *3001   507364     8:00-9:20       MW       A206G   Lancaster, M   Course #507401 students are encouraged to enroll in DMAT 0093.3020
                              *3002   507370     8:00-9:20       MW       A206C   Ortiz E        which meets on R at 9:30 a.m.
                              *3003   507374     8:00-9:20       MW       A206D   TBA            *3021 512479      11:00-12:20     T          A206G     Disheroon, S
                              *3004   507377     9:30-10:50      MW       A206G   Burnett, E
                              *3005   507379     11:00-12:20     MW       A206G   Burnett, E     ENGL 1302           Composition II                         3 Cr Hrs
                              *3006   507381     12:30-1:50      MW       A206G   Opolicky, M    *3020 507425       9:30-10:50     R          A206G     Rios-Harris, R
                              *3007   507383     12:30-1:50      MW       A206B   Ortiz E        Course #507425 students are encouraged to enroll in MATH 1414.3020
                              *3008   507385     8:00-9:20       TR       A206G   Riley, N       which meets on T at 9:00 a.m.
                              *3009   507387     9:30-10:50      TR       A206C   Opolicky, M    *3021 512480       11:00-12:20    R          A206G     Disheroon, S
                              *3010   507390     9:30-10:50      TR       A206D   Riley, N

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  DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES                                                     HART 1403          Air Cond Control Principles          4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                3211 508490       8:00-12:15     MTWR     E118B         Colquitt, C
  ENGL 1301           Composition I                          3 Cr Hrs           Course begins November 6 and ends December 11.
  3420 501715         Online                     INET      Rios-Harris, R
  3421 501716         Online                     INET      Rios-Harris, R       HART 1407          Refrigeration Principles             4 Cr Hrs
  Course #501715 and 501716 are limited to Veterinary Technology                3211 508430       8:00-12:15     MTWR       E229        Armstead, I
  students only and those students whose major only requires one                Course begins August 27 and ends October 1.
  semester of English.
                                                                                HART 2436          Air Cond Troubleshooting             4 Cr Hrs
  ENGL 1302           Composition II                         3 Cr Hrs           3211 508486       8:00-12:15      MTWR      E118B       Colquitt, C
  3420    501717      Online                       INET      McGowan, H         Course begins October 2 and ends November 5.

  GEOLOGY                                                                       HART 2438
                                                                                3211 508470
                                                                                                   A/C Installation & Startup
                                                                                                  8:00-12:15     MTWR       E118B
                                                                                                                                        4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                                                        Colquitt, C
  GEOL 1401           Earth Science                          4 Cr Hrs           Course begins August 27 and ends October 1.
  3020 508596         1:30-2:50         MW           B225     Reeves-Shull, C
  Lab                 Online                         INET     Reeves-Shull, C   HART 2445          Residential A/C Sys Design           4 Cr Hrs
  This course meets half of the time in a traditional classroom setting,        3211 508491       8:00-12:15     MTWR     E229          Armstead, I
  while remainder of the course work is completed online or through             Course begins November 6 and ends December 11.
  out-of-class assignments. This class will meet on campus a REQUIRED
  two days a week at the times indicated; all other instruction will occur      EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
  online. Orientation will be held during the first on-campus class.            HART 1401          Basic Electricity for HVAC           4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                3711 508489       6:00-10:15      MTWR      E229        Cuellar Jr, J
  GOVERNMENT                                                                    Course begins October 2 and ends November 5.

  GOVT 2301           American Government                    3 Cr Hrs           HART 1403          Air Cond Control Principles          4 Cr Hrs
  3001    507452      8:00-9:20        MW          C028      Thomas, B          3711 508494       6:00-10:15     MTWR     E118B         Mills, D
  3002    507454      9:30-10:50       MW          C028      McCoy, D           Course begins November 6 and ends December 11.
  3003    507455      11:00-12:20      MW          L117      McCoy, D
  3004    507461      8:00-9:20        TR          D230      Darnold, D         HART 1407          Refrigeration Principles             4 Cr Hrs
  3005    507464      9:30-10:50       TR          B126      Darnold, D         3711 508476       6:00-10:15     MTWR       E229        Johnson, J
  3006    507466      11:00-12:20      TR          C028      Clark-Randle, R    Course begins August 27 and ends October 1.

  GOVT 2302           American Government                    3 Cr Hrs           HART 2436          Air Cond Troubleshooting             4 Cr Hrs
  3001    507474      8:00-9:20        MW          C002      TBA                3711 508500       6:00-10:15      MTWR      E118B       Chollett, R
  3002    507476      9:30-10:50       MW          C002      Thomas, B          Course begins October 2 and ends November 5.
  3003    507477      11:00-12:20      MW          C028      TBA
  3004    507479      8:00-9:20        TR          C028      TBA                HART 2438          A/C Installation & Startup           4 Cr Hrs
  3005    507481      9:30-10:50       TR          C002      TBA                3711 508479       6:00-10:15     MTWR       E118B       Hines, L
  3006    507483      11:00-12:20      TR          C002      Bluiett, C         Course begins August 27 and ends October 1.
  3007    507488      12:30-1:50       TR          B110      TBA
                                                                                HART 2445          Residential A/C Sys Design           4 Cr Hrs
  EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES                                                     3711 508496       6:00-10:15     MTWR     E229          Armstead, I
                                                                                Course begins November 6 and ends December 11.
  GOVT 2301           American Government                    3 Cr Hrs
  3501    507469      7:15-8:35        MW          C025      Caesar, J          COOPERATIVE EDUCATION CLASSES
  3502    507471      5:45-7:05        TR          L117      Mangin, C          HART students should not sign up for coop without the consent of the
                                                                                instructor or program coordinator. Orientation on August 29 at 12:15
  GOVT 2302           American Government                    3 Cr Hrs           pm for day students and 5:15 pm for evening students in room E229.
  3250    507490      9:00-12:05       S           C006      Okoro, I           Courses begin August 27 and end December 11.
  3501    507485      5:45-7:05        MW          C028      Caesar, J
  3502    507486      7:15-8:35        TR          C006      Caesar, J          HART 1380          Coop Ed-Ht, A/C & Refrig Tchn 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                3300   508481      Coop                                 Colquitt, C
  DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
  GOVT 2301           American Government                    3 Cr Hrs           HART 2380          Coop Ed - Ht, A/C & Refrg Tch 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                3300   508482      Coop                                 Colquitt, C
  3420    501742      Online                       INET      McCoy, D
  3421    501743      Online                       INET      McCoy, D
                                                                                HISTORY
  GOVT 2302           American Government                    3 Cr Hrs
  3420    501739      Online                       INET      McCoy, D           HIST 1301          History of the United States         3 Cr Hrs
  3421    501740      Online                       INET      McCoy, D           3001   507499      8:00-9:20      MW         C026      Fielder, M
                                                                                3002   507501      9:30-10:50     MW         C026      Fielder, M
  HEATING, AIR CONDITIONING,&                                                   3003
                                                                                3004
                                                                                       507503
                                                                                       507504
                                                                                                   11:00-12:20
                                                                                                   12:30-1:50
                                                                                                                  TR
                                                                                                                  MW
                                                                                                                             C001
                                                                                                                             C006
                                                                                                                                       Rolling, L
                                                                                                                                       Rolling, L
  REFRIGERATION TECHNOLOGY                                                      3005
                                                                                3006
                                                                                       507505
                                                                                       507507
                                                                                                   8:00-9:20
                                                                                                   8:00-9:20
                                                                                                                  TR
                                                                                                                  TR
                                                                                                                             C026
                                                                                                                             C006
                                                                                                                                       Merlick, R
                                                                                                                                       Selcer, R
  Hand tools are required for all HART courses. First semester HART
  students should enroll in HART 1401, 1403 and 1407.                           3007   507509      9:30-10:50     TR         C006      Merlick, R
                                                                                3008   507510      11:00-12:20    TR         C006      Rolling, L
  HART 1401           Basic Electricity for HVAC             4 Cr Hrs           3009   507511      12:30-1:50     TR         C026      Rolling, L
  3211 508483       8:00-12:15      MTWR      E229           Armstead, I        3010   512399      9:00-12:05     F          C025      TBA
  Course begins October 2 and ends November 5.

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                              HIST 1302           History of the United States          3 Cr Hrs         EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                              3001    507516      8:00-9:20       MW          L114      Williams, R
                              3002    507517      9:30-10:50      MW          L114      Williams, R      HDEV 1300           Learning Framework                     3 Cr Hrs
                              3003    507520      11:00-12:20     MW          C006      TBA              3250    506692      9:00-12:05      S           B119       Seals, D
                              3004    507521      9:30-10:50      TR          C026      Selcer, R        3501    506693      5:45-7:05       TR          B126       Decay, J
                              3005    507525      11:00-12:20     TR          C026      Merlick, R       3502    506694      7:15-8:35       TR          B126       Oquin, M
                              3006    507526      12:30-1:50      TR          C006      TBA
                                                                                                         HDEV 2315           Personal & Social Adjustment 3 Cr Hrs
                              EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES                                                  3501    506699      5:45-7:05       MW          B126       TBA

                              HIST 1301           History of the United States          3 Cr Hrs         HYBRID/BLENDED CLASSES
                              3501    507513      5:45-7:05       TR          C006      Covington, W
                              3502    507514      5:45-8:35       W           C006      Lewis, D         HDEV 1300           Learning Framework                     3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                         3020    506696      11:00-12:20     W           B126        Crow-
                              HIST 1302           History of the United States          3 Cr Hrs                                                                     McDowell, V
                              3250    507529      1:00-4:05       S           C223      TBA              This is a hybrid course which meets part of the time in a traditional
                              3501    507533      5:45-7:05       MW          C026      TBA              classroom setting and the other part online.
                              3502    507534      7:15-8:35       TR          C026      Covington, W

                              DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                                                                                                         HUMANITIES
                              HIST 1301           History of the United States          3 Cr Hrs         HUMA 1305           Intro to Mex-American Studies          3 Cr Hrs
                              3420 501754          Online                      INET     Sullivan, T      3001    512405      12:30-3:10      W           L114       Rovelo, C
                              3421 501755          Online                      INET     Christman, C
                              3426 501759          Online                      INET     Sullivan, T      HUMA 1315           Fine Arts Appreciation                 3 Cr Hrs
                              Course #501759 begins August 25 and ends October 16.                       3001    507535      12:30-1:50      MW          B112       Disheroon, S
                              3450 501771          Video-Based                 TV       Christman, C     3002    507536      9:30-10:50      TR          C028       Vega, G
                              Course #501771 is a video-based course that is taught through a free       3003    507537      12:30-1:50      TR          C028       Vega, G
                              set of video tapes provided for home use by the college. MANDATORY
                              orientation will be held on August 29 at 10 am in room C222 or             EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                              September 3 at 7 pm in room C209.                                          HUMA 1315           Fine Arts Appreciation                 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                         3501    507538      5:45-8:35       R           E208       TBA
                              HIST 1302           History of the United States          3 Cr Hrs
                              3420 501774          Online                      INET     Sullivan, T      DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                              Course begins October 20 and ends December 11.
                              3421 501780          Online                      INET     Nightingale, E   HUMA 1315           Fine Arts Appreciation                 3 Cr Hrs
                              3450 501781          Video-Based                 TV       Christman, C     3420    501786      Online                      INET       Contreras, F
                              Course #501781 is a video-based course that is taught through a free
                              set of video tapes provided for home use by the college. MANDATORY
                              orientation will be held on August 29 at 10 am in room C222 or             LOGISTICS
                              September 3 at 7 pm in room C209.                                          EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                                                                                                         LMGT 1319           Intro to Business Logistics            3 Cr Hrs
                              HIST 2301           History of Tx From 1500-PRE           3 Cr Hrs         3501    505874      7:15-8:35       TR          C209       Johnson, R
                              3420    501785      Online                      INET      Williams, R
                                                                                                         LMGT 1321           Intro to Materials Handling            3 Cr Hrs
                              HUMAN DEVELOPMENT                                                          3250    516357      9:00-12:00      S           B112       Johnson, R

                              HDEV 0110           Assessing Prior Learning              1 Cr Hr          LMGT 1425           Ware/Distrib Center Mgmt               4 Cr Hrs
                              3300    517804      TBA             MTWRF       L153      Riley, J         3501    505898      5:45-7:05       TR          C222       Smart, N
                              HDEV1300            Learning Framework                    3 Cr Hrs
                              3001    506651      9:30-10:50      MW          B126 Crow-                 DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                                                                                   McDowell, V
                              3002 506652         11:00-12:20    MW          C207  TBA                   LMGT 1319           Intro to Business Logistics            3 Cr Hrs
                              3003 506655         12:30-1:50     MW          B126  Fisher, S             3420    505873      Online                      INET       Johnson, R
                              3004 506658         11:00-12:20    TR          C207  Fisher, S
                              3005 506660         12:30-1:50     TR          L117  TBA                   LMGT 1323           Domestic/Internat Transpor Mgt 3 Cr Hrs
                              3006 506663         2:00-4:50      F           B119  Oquin, M              3420    505877      Online                      INET       Drews, M
                              3211 506669         8:00-9:20      TR          B126  TBA
                              Course #506669 begins September 2 and ends December 11. Class will         LMGT 1341           Freight Loss & Damage Claims           3 Cr Hrs
                              meet two additional dates, September 5 and 12.                             3420    505878      Online                      INET       Drews, M

                              HDEV 1310           Career Exploration/Planning           3 Cr Hrs         LMGT 1345           Econ of Transpor/Distribution 3 Cr Hrs
                              3001    506677      11:00-12:20     MW          C222      Fisher, S        3420    505879      Online                      INET       Garrison, J

                              HDEV 2315           Personal & Social Adjustment 3 Cr Hrs                  LMGT 1346           Wireless Information Systems 3 Cr Hrs
                              3001 506680       11:00-12:20     TR            C222      Riley, J         3420    505881      Online                      INET       Johnson, R
                              Course #506680 focuses on Men’s Issues.
                              3002 506683       11:00-12:20     TR            B126      Shavers, D       LMGT 2330           International Logistics Mgmt           3 Cr Hrs
                              Course #506683 focuses on Women’s Issues.                                  3420    505885      Online                      INET       Garrison, J
                              3003 506688       12:30-1:50      TR            B119      Shavers, D



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  MATHEMATICS                                                                   MUEN 1134
                                                                                3211   507840
                                                                                                  Guitar Ensemble
                                                                                                  12:30-1:50      TR        E105
                                                                                                                                      1 Cr Hr
                                                                                                                                      McLure, R
  MATH 1316           Plane Trigonometry                      3 Cr Hrs          MUEN 1135         Percussion Ensemble                 1 Cr Hr
  3001    508756      9:30-10:50       MW          B120       Xeriland, A       3211   507842     11:00-12:20PM TR          E105      Smith, E
                                                                                3212   507846     12:30-1:50PM TR           E223      Smith, E
  MATH 1324           Business & Economics Math               3 Cr Hrs
  3001    508759      8:00-9:20        TR          C223       Crandell, T       MUEN 1151         Vocal Ensemble                      1 Cr Hr
                                                                                3211   507848     12:30-1:50      TR        E208      Wallace, A
  MATH 1350           Teach Math in Elem/Mdle Sch I 3 Cr Hrs
  3001    508761      9:30-10:50       TR          B120       Crandell, T       MUEN 2123         Lab Band                            1 Cr Hr
                                                                                3211   507850     11:00-12:20     MW        E105      Dismore, R
  MATH 1414           College Algebra                         4 Cr Hrs
  3001 508763          9:00-10:50      MW          A201      Hecht, M           MUSB 1305         Survey of the Music Business 3 Cr Hrs
  3002 508766          11:00-12:50     MW          A201      Hecht, M           3001   507852     2:00-3:20       TR        E208      Dismore, R
  3020 508770          9:00-10:50      T           A201      McDowell, M
  Course #508770 is hybrid. Class will meet half of the time in a traditional
                                                                                MUSB 1380         Coop Ed-Music Mgmt & Mdse 3 Cr Hrs
  classroom setting, and the other half of the course work is completed
                                                                                3001 507855       Coop            M         E205      Dismore, R
  online. Students are encouraged to enroll in ENGL 1302.3020 on
                                                                                COOP                              M         TBA       Dismore, R
  Thursdays at 9:30 am.
  3003 508772          11:00-12:50     TR          A201      Aziz, M
  3300 511087          11:00-12:50     TR          B116C     McDowell, M        MUSB 1381         Coop Ed-Music Mgmt & Mdse 3 Cr Hrs
  Students will be allowed to complete the course early. All work and           3001    507858    Coop            M         E205      Dismore, R
  instruction will be completed using the My Math Lab program.                  COOP                              M         TBA       Dismore, R
  3004 512622          1:00-2:50       TR          A201      Aziz, M
                                                                                MUSC 1303         History of Popular Music            3 Cr Hrs
  MATH 2412           Pre-Calculus                            4 Cr Hrs          3001   507861     2:00-3:20       MW        E208      Harlas, L
  3001    508777      11:00-12:50      TR          B120       Crandell, T
                                                                                MUSC 1327         Audio Engineering I                 3 Cr Hrs
  MATH 2414           Calculus II                             4 Cr Hrs          3001   507866     2:00-3:00       TR        E105      TBA
  3001    508778      9:00-10:50       TR          A202       Xeriland, A       Lab               3:10-4:30       TR        E105      TBA

  MATH 2442           Intro Statistics                        4 Cr Hrs          MUSC 1331         Musical Instrument Dig. Int. I      3 Cr Hrs
  3001    508781      11:00-12:50      MW          B109       McDowell, M       3001   507871     9:30-10:50      MW        E209      Irwin, P
                                                                                Lab               9:30-10:50      MW        E209      Irwin, P
  MATH 2513           Calculus I                              5 Cr Hrs          3002   507875     11:00-12:20     MW        E209      Jones, A
  3001    508782      11:00-12:15      MTWR        A202       Xeriland, A       Lab               11:00-12:20     MW        E209      Jones, A
                                                                                3003   507879     12:00-2:50      F         E209      Irwin, P
                                                                                Lab               12:00-2:50      F         E209      Irwin, P
  TECM 1303           Technical Calculations                  3 Cr Hrs
  3001    508784      3:30-4:50        TR          L117       Summers, A
                                                                                MUSC 2141         Forum/Recital                       1 Cr Hr
  EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES                                                     3001   507882     12:45-1:40      MW        E126      Dismore, R

  MATH 1414           College Algebra                         4 Cr Hrs          MUSC 2314         Improvisation Theory I              3 Cr Hrs
  3250    508773      1:00-5:00        U           A201       Aziz, M           3001   507884     11:00-12:20     TR        E208      McLure, R
  3501    508775      7:15-9:05        MW          A201       Aziz, M
  3502    508776      7:15-9:05        TR          A201       Stewart, V        MUSC 2427         Audio Engineering II                4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                3001   507929     2:00-3:20       MW        E105      TBA
  DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES                                                     Lab               3:30-4:50       MW        E105      TBA
  MATH 1324           Business & Economics Math               3 Cr Hrs          MUSC 2447         Audio Engineering III               4 Cr Hrs
  3420    501947      Online                       INET       Crandell, T       3001   507931     8:00-9:20       TR        E105      TBA
  MATH 1414           College Algebra                         4 Cr Hrs          Lab               8:30-11:10      F         E105      TBA
  3420    501948      Online                       INET       McDowell, M       3002   507934     8:00-9:20       TR        E105      TBA
                                                                                Lab               12:00-2:40      F         E105      TBA
  MATH 1425           Bus Calculus & Apps I                   4 Cr Hrs
  3420    501951      Online                       INET       Xeriland, A       MUSI 1116         Musicianship I                      1 Cr Hr
                                                                                3001   507936     8:00-9:20       MW        E223      Hurst, M
  MATH 2414           Calculus II                             4 Cr Hrs          3002   507938     11:00-12:20     TR        E223      Hurst, M
  3420    501952      Online                       INET       Thompson, T
                                                                                MUSI1181 and 1182 piano courses are restricted to CVC music
  MATH 2442           Intro Statistics                        4 Cr Hrs          majors only.
  3420    501953      Online                       INET       Thompson, T       MUSI 1181         Piano Class I                       1 Cr Hr
                                                                                3001   507940     8:20-9:20       MW        E225      Scherschell, R
  MATH 2513           Calculus I                              5 Cr Hrs          3002   507944     9:30-10:30      MW        E225      Scherschell, R
  3420    501954      Online                       INET       Xeriland, A       3003   507946     8:20-9:20       TR        E225      Kakouberi, D
                                                                                3004   507948     9:30-10:30      TR        E225      Kakouberi, D
  MUSIC/RECORDING TECHNOLOGY                                                    3005   507950     11:00-12:00     TR        E225      Kakouberi, D
  MUEN 1131, 1134, 1135, 1151 and 2123 are flex-term classes starting the
                                                                                MUSI 1182         Piano Class II                      1 Cr Hr
  second week of the semester. Auditions are the first week.
                                                                                3001   507951     11:00-12:00     MW        E225      Scherschell, R
                                                                                3002   507952     12:30-1:30      TR        E225      Kakouberi, D
  MUEN 1131           Keyboard Ensemble                       1 Cr Hr
  3211    507838      9:30-10:50       MW          E105       Jones, A
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                              SEC     REG#        TIME            DAY        ROOM       INSTRUCTOR      SEC     REG#       TIME             DAY        ROOM    INSTRUCTOR
                              MUSI 1183          Voice Class                            1 Cr Hr         MUAP 1158          App Music Drum Set                  1 Cr Hr
                              3001 507955       11:00-12:00       MW          E208      Germany, S      3001    508030     TBA             T           E104    Okstel, H
                              Course #507955 voice class is restricted to students currently enrolled
                              in MUAP 1181 or MUAP 2281 Applied Voice lessons.                          MUAP 1161          Guitar                              1 Cr Hr
                                                                                                        3001 508034        TBA            TR           E204    Hodan, D
                              MUSI 1192          Guitar Class I                         1 Cr Hr         3002 508036        TBA            TR           E106    McLure, R
                              3001    507956     12:30-1:30       TR         B125       Hodan, D        Course #508036 is for commercial guitar.

                              MUSI 1300          Foundation Music                       3 Cr Hrs        MUAP 1181          Voice                               1 Cr Hr
                              3001    507958     9:30-10:50       MW         E208       Germany, S      3001 508037        TBA             MR          E206    Hurst, M
                              3002    507960     9:30-10:50       TR         E105       Brown, K        3002 508040        TBA             TR          E206    Wallace, A
                                                                                                        Course #508040 is for commercial voice.
                              MUSI 1306          Music Appreciation                     3 Cr Hrs
                              3001 507962        9:30-10:50       MW          E223      Richardson, C   MUAP 2201          Violin                              2 Cr Hrs
                              3211 507964        12:30-3:30       MW          E223      Brown, K        3001    508042     TBA             MW          E204    Richardson, C
                              Course #507964 is a fast-track course starting August 25 and
                              ending October 15.                                                        MUAP 2215          Electric Bass                       2 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                        3001    508045     TBA             MW          E107    Harlas, L
                              MUSI 1311          Music Theory I                         3 Cr Hrs
                              3001    507972     9:30-10:50       TR         E208       Jones, A        MUAP 2217          Flute                               2 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                        3001    508047     TBA             T           E204    Schloss, D
                              MUSI 1386          Composition                            3 Cr Hrs
                              3001    507974     12:30-1:50       TR         E101       Jones, A        MUAP 2229          Clarinet                            2 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                        3001    508049     TBA             T           E204    Schloss, D
                              MUSI 1391          Digital Music Production               3 Cr Hrs
                              3001    507975     8:00-9:20        MW         E209       Jones, A        MUAP 2233          Saxophone                           2 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                        3001    508051     TBA             T           E204    Schloss, D
                              MUSI 2311          Mus Theory III                         3 Cr Hrs
                              3001    507977     9:30-10:50       TR         E223       Germany, S      MUAP 2237          Trumpet                             2 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                        3001    508052     TBA             T           E108    Spencer, L
                              MUSP 1391          St in Music-General Perform            3 Cr Hrs
                              3001 507980                         MTWRF E107          Smith, E          MUAP 2257          Percussion                          2 Cr Hrs
                              MUSP 1391 is restricted to Performing Musician Associate Degree           3001    508053     TBA             TR          E107    Smith, E
                              majors only.
                                                                                                        MUAP 2258          Drum Set                            2 Cr Hrs
                              RTVB 1380          Coop Educ - Radio and Tv               3 Cr Hrs        3001    508056     TBA             TW          E104    Okstel, H
                              3001 507981        Coop             M          E205       Dismore, R      3002    508057     TBA             TW          E104    Okstel, H
                              COOP                                M          TBA        Dismore, R
                                                                                                        MUAP 2261          Guitar                              2 Cr Hrs
                              RTVB 1381          Coop Ed - Radio and Television            3 Cr Hrs     3001 508060        TBA            TR           E204    Hodan, D
                              3001 507988        Coop             M          E205       Dismore, R      3002 508061        TBA            TR           E106    McLure, R
                              COOP                                M          TBA        Dismore, R      Course #508061 is for commercial guitar.

                              RTVB 1392          St in Radio/Tv Broadcast Tech 3 Cr Hrs                 MUAP 2269          Piano                               2 Cr Hrs
                              3001    507990     TBA              MTWRF      E105       TBA             3001 508062        TBA             MW          E101    Scherschell, R
                                                                                                        3002 508064        TBA             TR          E101    Jones, A
                              RTVB 2343          Com Recording Tech                     3 Cr Hrs        Course #508064 is for commercial piano.
                              3001 507993         3:30-5:10       TR         E208       Brown, K        3003 508065        TBA             TR          E101    Kakouberi, D
                              Private lessons are only open to music majors enrolled in 12 or more      MUAP 2281          Voice                               2 Cr Hrs
                              semester hours that include theory, ensemble and other music major        3001 508069        TBA             MR          E207    Germany, S
                              courses. Students must schedule lesson times during the first two days    3002 508071        TBA             TR          E206    Wallace, A
                              of the semester or process add/drop during that time.                     Course #508071 is for commercial voice.
                                                                                                        3003 508072        TBA             MR          E206    Hurst, M
                              MUAP 1101          Violin                                 1 Cr Hr         3004 508074        TBA             TR          E206    Wallace, A
                              3001    508001     TBA              MW         E204       Richardson, C   Course #508074 is for commercial voice.

                              MUAP 1115          Electric Bass                          1 Cr Hr         EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                              3001    508005     TBA              MW         E107       Harlas, L
                                                                                                        MUSI 1306          Music Appreciation                  3 Cr Hrs
                              MUAP 1117          Flute                                  1 Cr Hr         3250    507967     9:00-12:00      S           E223    Benzamin, R
                              3001    508019     TBA              T          E204       Schloss, D

                              MUAP 1129          Clarinet                               1 Cr Hr
                                                                                                        PHILOSOPHY
                              3001    508020     TBA              T          E204       Schloss, D      PHIL 1301          Intro to Philosophy                 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                        3001    507539     11:00-12:20     MW          C221    Tomczak, C
                              MUAP 1133          Saxophone                              1 Cr Hr         3002    507540     11:00-12:20     TR          C221    Tomczak, C
                              3001    508024     TBA              T          E204       Schloss, D
                                                                                                        PHIL 2306          Ethics                              3 Cr Hrs
                              MUAP 1137          Trumpet                                1 Cr Hr         3001    507541     12:30-1:50      TR          C221    Tomczak, C
                              3001    508025     TBA              T          E108       Spencer, L

                              MUAP 1157          Percussion                             1 Cr Hr
                              3001    508028     TBA              TR         E107       Smith, E
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  SEC     REG#        TIME             DAY        ROOM       INSTRUCTOR     SEC     REG#        TIME             DAY        ROOM       INSTRUCTOR
                                                                            PHED 1140           Intermediate Swimming                  1 Cr Hr
  EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES                                                 3260 508952         10:30-11:50       TR       TBA        Zepeda, L
                                                                            This class meets at Grace Presbytarian Retirement Village. The class is
  PHIL 1301           Intro to Philosophy                    3 Cr Hrs       a shallow water workout designed for individuals 65 and older. Students
  3501    507542      5:45-7:05        TR         C025       Shiffer, S     have until January 22 to register for class.
  DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES                                                 PHED 1141           Intermediate Weight                    1 Cr Hr
                                                                            3001 508897         9:30-10:50        W         G107      Harper, T
  PHIL 1301           Intro to Philosophy                    3 Cr Hrs
                                                                            3002 508906         11:00-12:20       W         G107      Harper, T
  3420 501788        Online                       INET     Tomczak, C
                                                                            Course #508897 and 508906 - Students are required to participate in
  An introduction session to the course and its requirements will be held
                                                                            one other workout each week. Workouts can be done anytime the CVC
  on September 2 at 5:30 pm in the CVC Library, C104.
                                                                            weight room is open.
                                                                            3003 508947         11:00-12:20       T         G107      TBA
  PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                                        3260 508918         9:00-11:50        F         CVLRC Harper, T
                                                                            Course #508918 is self-paced. Students are required to attend two
  PHED 1100           Jazz Dance                             1 Cr Hr        MANDATORY meetings on August 29 and November 21 at 9:00 am.
  3001    512546      2:00-3:20        MW         G101       Woodlan, S     Students are required to participate in two workouts per week.
                                                                            Workouts are performed at Lancaster Recreation Center any time
  PHED 1100           Hip Hop                                1 Cr Hr        during open hours.
  3002    512548      12:30-1:50       TR         G101       TBA
                                                                            PHED 1146           Intermediate Basketball                1 Cr Hr
  PHED 1102           Soccer                                 1 Cr Hr        3001 508951         12:30-1:50    TR            G114       McDowell, R
  3001 512536        8:00-9:20      MW            G114       Kolarova, N    This class is open to men and women at all skill levels.
  Class is open to men and women of all skill levels.
                                                                            PHED 1164           Beginning Physical Fitness             1 Cr Hr
  PHED 1116           Basketball Conditioning                1 Cr Hr        3001 508892         9:30-10:50        W         G107      Harper, T
  3001    512534      8:00-9:20        TR         G107       McDowell, R    3002 508902         11:00-12:20       W         G107      Harper, T
                                                                            Courses #508892 and #508902 - Students are required to participate in
  PHED 1117           Beginning Basketball                   1 Cr Hr        one other workout each week. Workouts can be done anytime the CVC
  3001 508950         12:30-1:50    TR            G114       McDowell, R    weight room is open.
  This class is open to men and women at all skill levels.                  3003 508941         11:00-12:20       T         G107      TBA
                                                                            3260 508911         9:00-11:50        F         CVLRC Harper, T
  PHED 1119           Beginning Weight Training              1 Cr Hr        Course #508911 is self-paced. Students are required to attend two
  3001 508898         9:30-10:50        W         G107      Harper, T       MANDATORY meetings on August 29 and November 21 at 9:00 am.
  3002 508905         11:00-12:20       W         G107      Harper, T       Students are required to participate in two workouts per week. Workouts
  Course #508898 and 508905 – Students are required to participate in       are performed at Lancaster Recreation Center any time during open
  one other workout each week. Workouts can be done anytime the CVC         hours.
  weight room is open.                                                      3300 508886         8:00-9:20         W         G107      Harper, T
  3003 508943         11:00-12:20       T         G107      TBA             Course #508886 is self-paced. Students are required to attend two
  3260 508916         9:00-11:50        F         CVLRC Harper, T           MANDATORY meetings on August 27 and December 3 at 8:00 am.
  Course #508916 is self-paced. Students are required to attend two         Students are required to workout two times per week at CVC.
  MANDATORY meetings on August 29 and November 21 at 9:00 am.               Workouts can be done anytime CVC weight room is open.
  Students are required to participate in two workouts per week.
  Workouts are performed at Lancaster Recreation Center any time            EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
  during open hours.                                                        These courses are self-paced. Courses meet at the Lancaster
  3300 508890         8:00-9:20AM       W         G107      Harper, T       Recreation Center. Saturday courses have two mandatory meetings on
  Course #508890 is self-paced. Students are required to attend two         September 6 and December 6 at 10 am.
  MANDATORY meetings on August 27 and December 3 at 8:00 am.                Evening courses have two mandatory meetings on August 25 and
  Students are required to workout two times per week at CVC.               December 1 at 5:45 pm. Students are required to participate in two
  Workouts can be done anytime CVC weight room is open.                     workouts per week. Workouts are performed at Lancaster Recreation
                                                                            Center any time during open hours.
  PHED 1134           Intermediate Fitness                   1 Cr Hr
  3001 508895         9:30-10:50        W         G107      Harper, T       PHED 1119           Beginning Weight Training              1 Cr Hr
  3002 508903         11:00-12:20       W         G107      Harper, T       3250    512551      10:00-1:30       S          CVLRC      TBA
  Course #508895 and 508903 – Students are required to participate in       3560    508910      5:45-7:05        M          CVLRC      Harper, T
  one other workout each week. Workouts can be done anytime the CVC
  weight room is open.                                                      PHED 1134           Intermediate Fitness                   1 Cr Hr
  3003 508946         11:00-12:20       T         G107      TBA             3250    512553      10:00-1:30       S          CVLRC      TBA
  3260 508913         9:00-11:50        F         CVLRC Harper, T           3560    508909      5:45-7:05        M          CVLRC      Harper, T
  Course #508913 is self-paced. Students are required to attend two
  MANDATORY meetings on August 29 and November 21 at 9:00 am.               PHED 1141           Intermediate Weight                    1 Cr Hr
  Students are required to participate in two workouts per week.            3250    512554      10:00-1:30       S          CVLRC      TBA
  Workouts are performed at Lancaster Recreation Center any time
  during open hours.                                                        PHED 1164           Beginning Physical Fitness             1 Cr Hr
  3300 508888         8:00-9:20         W         G107      Harper, T       3250    512550      10:00-1:30       S          CVLRC      TBA
  Course #508888 is self-paced. Students are required to attend two         3560    508907      5:45-7:05        M          CVLRC      Harper, T
  MANDATORY meetings on August 27 and December 3 at 8:00 am.
  Students are required to workout two times per week at CVC.               FAST-TRACK CLASSES
  Workouts can be done anytime CVC weight room is open.                     August 25 – October 17 courses have mandatory orientation meeting
                                                                            on August 28 from 7 – 8 pm or August 30 from 9 – 10 am in room G101.
                                                                            September 18 – November 6 courses have mandatory orientation
                                                                            meeting on September 18 from 7 – 8 pm in room G101.
                                                                            October 23 – December 11 courses have mandatory orientation meeting
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                              SEC    REG#        TIME           DAY        ROOM      INSTRUCTOR        SEC     REG#        TIME             DAY        ROOM       INSTRUCTOR
                              on October 23 from 7 – 8 pm in room G101.                                HYBRID/BLENDED CLASSES
                              Students are required to workout four times per week. Workouts may
                              be performed anytime CVC weight room is open day or evening.             PHYS 1412           General Astronomy                      4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                       3711 508604          6:00-7:25       W            B215      Howard, J
                              PHED 1119         Beginning Weight Training            1 Cr Hr           Lab                  Online                       INET      Howard, J
                              3211 508926       Self-Paced                 G101      Harper, T         This course meets one-fourth of the time in a traditional classroom
                              Course begins August 25 and ends October 17.                             setting, while the remainder of the course work is completed online
                              3212 508931       Self-Paced                 G101      Harper, T         or through out-of-class assignments. Class will meet on campus a
                              Course begins September 18 and ends November 6.                          REQUIRED 8 times on W night starting August 27 and ending
                              3213 508940       Self-Paced                 G101      Harper, T         October 15. Orientation will be held during the first on-campus class.
                              Course begins October 23 and end December 11.
                                                                                                       DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                              PHED 1134         Intermediate Fitness                 1 Cr Hr           PHYS 1411           Fund Astronomy                         4 Cr Hrs
                              3211 508924       Self-Paced                 G101      Harper, T         3420    501956      Online                      INET       Howard, J
                              Course begins August 25 and ends October 17.
                              3212 508929       Self-Paced                 G101      Harper, T
                              Course begins September 18 and ends November 6.
                              3213 508935       Self-Paced                 G101      Harper, T
                                                                                                       PSYCHOLOGY
                              Course begins October 23 and end December 11.                            PSYC 2301           Intro to Psychology                    3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                       3001    507548      9:30-10:50       MW         D230       Meachum, B
                              PHED 1141         Intermediate Weight                  1 Cr Hr           3002    507549      12:30-1:50       MW         C026       Dojahn, A
                              3213 508938       Self-Paced                G101       Harper, T         3003    507550      11:00-12:20      TR         D230       Meachum, B
                              Course begins October 23 and end December 11.                            3004    507551      12:30-1:50       TR         C002       Opolicky, M
                                                                                                       3005    507553      9:00-12:05       F          C002       TBA
                              PHED 1164         Beginning Physical Fitness           1 Cr Hr
                              3211 508921       Self-Paced                 G101      Harper, T         PSYC 2302           Applied Psychology                     3 Cr Hrs
                              Course begins August 25 and ends October 17.                             3001    507559      9:30-10:50       TR         C024       Meachum, B
                              3212 508927       Self-Paced                 G101      Harper, T
                              Course begins September 18 and ends November 6.                          PSYC 2314           Developmental Psychology               3 Cr Hrs
                              3213 508934       Self-Paced                 G101      Harper, T         3001    507561      11:00-12:20      MW         C026       Dojahn, A
                              Course begins October 23 and end December 11.
                                                                                                       EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                              PHED 1116         Baseball Conditioning                1 Cr Hr
                              These courses begin August 25 and end October 13.                        PSYC 2301           Intro to Psychology                    3 Cr Hrs
                              3211 512537       12:30-3:30      MW        G107       Dally, R          3501    507554      5:45-7:05        MW         C002       TBA
                              3212 512539       12:30-3:30      TR        G107       Dally, R          3502    507556      7:15-8:35        MW         C223       TBA
                                                                                                       3503    507557      7:15-8:35        TR         C002       Opolicky, M
                              PHED1148          Intermediate Baseball                1 Cr Hr
                              These courses begin October 15 and end December 11. Class meets          PSYC 2314           Developmental Psychology               3 Cr Hrs
                              at baseball field.                                                       3501    507564      5:45-7:05        TR         D230       Opolicky, M
                              3211 512540        12:30-3:30     MW        Field     Dally, R
                              3212 512544        12:30-3:30     MW        Field     Dally, R           SELF-PACED CLASSES
                              DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES                                                PSYC 2314           Developmental Psychology               3 Cr Hrs
                              These courses require students to be on campus for MANDATORY             3300 507562         Self-Paced                           Meachum, B
                              meeting on August 30 from 8:00 - 9:00 am.                                Tests and orientation are the only on-campus attendance requirements.
                                                                                                       MANDATORY orientation on August 23 at 1 pm in room C223.
                              PHED 1164         Beginning Physical Fitness           1 Cr Hr
                              3420   501972     Online                     INET      Harper, T         DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                              3421   501973     Online                     INET      Harper, T         PSYC 2301           Intro to Psychology                    3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                       3420 501791         Online                      INET      Nightingale, E
                              PHYSICS                                                                  3421 501801
                                                                                                       3450 501803
                                                                                                                           Online
                                                                                                                           Video-Based
                                                                                                                                                       INET
                                                                                                                                                       TV
                                                                                                                                                                 Oquin, M
                                                                                                                                                                 Meachum, B
                                                                                                       Course is a video-based course that is taught through a free set of video-
                              PHYS 1401         General Physics                      4 Cr Hrs          tapes provided for home use by the college. MANDATORY orientation on
                              3001   508597     9:30-10:50      TR         B225      Reeves-Shull, C   August 23 at 2 pm in room C223.
                              Lab               11:00-12:20     TR         B225      Reeves-Shull, C
                                                                                                       PSYC 2306           Human Sexuality                        3 Cr Hrs
                              PHYS 1411         Fund Astronomy                       4 Cr Hrs          3420    501806      Online                      INET       Nightingale, L
                              3001   508593     9:30-10:50AM    MW         B225      Reeves-Shull, C
                              Lab               11:00-12:20     MW         B225      Reeves-Shull, C
                                                                                                       PSYC 2314           Developmental Psychology               3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                       3420    501805      Online                      INET       Nightingale, L
                              PHYS 2425         General Physics                      4 Cr Hrs
                              3001   508600     2:00-3:20       TR         B225      Reeves-Shull, C
                              Lab               3:30-4:50       TR         B225      Reeves-Shull, C   REAL ESTATE
                                                                                                       EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                              EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                                                                                                       RELE 1301           Principles of Real Estate              3 Cr Hrs
                              PHYS 1411         Fund Astronomy                       4 Cr Hrs          3701 506416       6:00-9:45      MW         B112           Terrell, K
                              3501   508602     5:45-7:05       MW         B225      TBA               Course begins September 3 and ends October 8.
                              Lab               7:15-8:35       MW         B225      TBA               3750 506437       5:00-10:00     F          B112           Terrell, K
                                                                                                                         1:00-6:00      SU         B112           Terrell, K
                                                                                                       Course begins September 12 and ends September 28.
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  RELE 1303         Real Estate Appraisal              3 Cr Hrs          RELE 1319          Real Estate Finance                   3 Cr Hrs
  3701 506430       6:00-9:45       TR       B120      Fedrizzi, J       3426 506379       Online                    INET         Brown, S
  Course begins October 14 and ends November 20.                         Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
                                                                         3427 506408       Online                    INET         Brown, S
  RELE 1311         Law of Contracts                   3 Cr Hrs          Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.
  3701 506426       6:00-9:45       MW       B112      Terrell, T
  Course begins October 13 and ends November 19.                         RELE 1321          Real Estate Marketing                 3 Cr Hrs
  3750 506442       5:00-10:00      F        B112      Messer, J         3426    510260     Online                      INET      Daniels
                    1:00-6:00       SU       B112      Messer, J                                                                  Megginson, S
  Course begins November 14 and ends December 7.                         Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
                                                                         3427 510280       Online                    INET         Daniels
  RELE 1321         Real Estate Marketing              3 Cr Hrs                                                                   Megginson, S
  3701 506420       6:00-9:45PM     MW       C221      Washington, K     Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.
  Course begins October 13 and ends November 19.
                                                                         RELE 1323          Real Estate Comp. App                 3 Cr Hrs
  RELE 1325         Real Estate Mathematics            3 Cr Hrs          3426    510277     Online                      INET      Daniels
  3701 506417       6:00-9:45      MW         C221     Terrell, T                                                                 Megginson, S
  Course begins September 3 and ends October 8.                          Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
                                                                         3427 510283       Online                    INET         Daniels
  RELE 1338         Principles of Real Estate II       3 Cr Hrs                                                                   Megginson, S
  3701 506424       6:00-9:45       TR         B112    Tyler, R          Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.
  Course begins October 14 and ends November 20.
  3750 506439       5:00-10:00      F          B112    Geisler, P        RELE 1338          Principles of Real Estate II          3 Cr Hrs
                    1:00-6:00       SU         B112    Geisler, P        3426 506366       Online                    INET         Brown, S
  Course begins October 3 and ends October 19.                           Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
                                                                         3427 506395       Online                    INET         Brown, S
  RELE 2301         Law of Agency                      3 Cr Hrs          Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.
  3701 506422       6:00-9:45       TR        B120     Andrews, G
  Course begins September 2 and ends October 9.                          RELE 2301          Law of Agency                         3 Cr Hrs
  3750 506440       5:00-10:00      F         B112     Terrell, T        3426 506369       Online                    INET         Brown, S
                    1:00-6:00       SU        B112     Terrell, T        Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
  Course begins October 24 and ends November 9.                          3427 506398       Online                    INET         Brown, S
                                                                         Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.
  RELE 2331         Real Estate Brokerage              3 Cr Hrs
  3701 506419       6:00-9:45      MW         D230     Geisler, P
  Course begins September 3 and ends October 8.                          RELIGION
  SELF-PACED CLASSES                                                     RELI 1304          Major World Religions                 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                         3001    507544     8:00-9:20       TR          C221      Franklin, E
  RELE 2388         Internship Real Estate             3 Cr Hrs          3002    507545     12:30-1:50      MW          C024      Krueger, C
  3300   506443     Self-Paced                         Brown, S
                                                                         EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
  RELE 2389         Internship Real Estate             3 Cr Hrs
  3300   506444     Self-Paced                         Brown, S          RELI 1304          Major World Religions                 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                         3501    507546     5:45-8:35       M           C006      Krueger, C
  DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                                                                         DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
  RELE 1301         Principles of Real Estate          3 Cr Hrs
  3426 506359       Online                    INET     Brown, S          RELI 1304          Major World Religions                 3 Cr Hrs
  Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.                         3420 501790        Online                   INET        Farley-Parker, E
  3427 506391       Online                    INET     Brown, S          MANDATORY orientation sessions are available for this course on
  Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.                          August 28 at 2 pm or 5 pm in A206D.

  RELE 1307
  3426 506383
                    Real Estate Investments
                    Online                    INET
                                                       3 Cr Hrs
                                                       Brown, S          RESIDENTIAL BUILDING
  Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
  3427 506410       Online                    INET     Brown, S          RBPT 1300          Fund/Residential Bldg Science 3 Cr Hrs
  WebCourse begins October 27 and ends December 8.                       3426 505769       Online                    INET         Johnson, R
                                                                         Course begins August 25 and ends September 26.
  RELE 1311         Law of Contracts                   3 Cr Hrs
  3426   506373     Online                    INET     Daniels           RBPT 1305          Res Light Appl Plug Loads             3 Cr Hrs
                                                       Megginson, S      3426 505779       Online                    INET     Johnson, R
  Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.                         Course #505779 begins September 29 and ends October 31.
  3427 506403       Online                    INET     Daniels
                                                       Megginson, S      RBPT 1310          Res Mechanical Systems                3 Cr Hrs
  Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.                          3426 505780       Online                   INET     Johnson, R
                                                                         Course #505780 begins November 3 and ends December 5.
  RELE 1315         Property Management                3 Cr Hrs
  3426 506388       Online                    INET     Brown, S          RBPT 2315          Green Rating Sys for Homes            3 Cr Hrs
  Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.                         3426 505816       Online                   INET     Obrien, T
  3427 506413       Online                    INET     Brown, S          Course #505816 begins November 3 and ends December 5.
  Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.


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                              RBPT 2320           Resident Energy Conser Codes 3 Cr Hrs                    SPAN 1411           Beginning Spanish I                     4 Cr Hrs
                              3426 505781       Online                    INET     Obrien, T               3101    507813      9:30-10:50       TR          D228       Coston, S
                              Course #505781 begins August 25 and ends September 26.                       Lab                 11:00-11:50      R           A206D      Vega, G
                                                                                                           3102    507816      12:30-1:50       TR          D228       Coston, S
                              RBPT 2325           Energy Rating Sys for Home             3 Cr Hrs          Lab                 11:00-11:50      T           A206D      Vega, G
                              3426 505815       Online                    INET     Obrien, T
                              Course #505815 begins September 29 and ends October 31.                      SPAN 2311           Intermediate Spanish I                  3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                           3001    507825      12:30-1:50       MW          C028       TBA
                              RBPT 2330           Adv Res Bldg Sci & Systems             3 Cr Hrs
                              3426 505818       Online                    INET     Head, C                 EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
                              Course #505818 begins August 25 and ends September 26.                       SPAN 1300 is an introductory course to Spanish and it prepares students
                                                                                                           for SPAN 1411. This course is for students with no previous knowledge
                              RBPT 2335           Residential Enviro Quality             3 Cr Hrs          of Spanish, and it emphasizes oral communication with an introduction
                              3426 505823       Online                   INET     Head, C                  of basic grammatical concepts along with developing reading skills and
                              Course #505823 begins November 3 and ends December 5.                        building meaningful vocabulary. SPAN 1300 is NOT a substitute for SPAN
                                                                                                           1411. This course may be taken for credit or through Continuing Ed.
                              RBPT 2340           Adv Resident Mech Systems              3 Cr Hrs          SPAN 1300           Beg Spanish Conversation I              3 Cr Hrs
                              3426 505833       Online                   INET     Head, C                  3501 507808         7:15-8:35      MW         D228       TBA
                              Course #505833 begins November 3 and ends December 5.                        3502 507810         5:45-7:05      TR         D228       TBA
                                                                                                           Course #507810 is an introductory course to Spanish for students in the
                                                                                                           health and medical fields.
                              SOCIOLOGY
                                                                                                           SPAN 1411           Beginning Spanish I                     4 Cr Hrs
                              SOCI 1301           Intro to Sociology                     3 Cr Hrs          3250 515930          9:00-12:00      S           D228     TBA
                              3001    507569      8:00-9:20        MW         B125       Sullivan, T       Lab                  Online                      INET     TBA
                                                                                                           Course #515930 is a hybrid course. The labratory component will be
                              EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES                                                    online. Lecture in class. Students are expected to use eCampus.
                              SOCI 1301           Intro to Sociology                     3 Cr Hrs          3501 507818          5:15-7:05       MW          D228     TBA
                              3501    507571      5:45-7:05        TR         C028       Mabry, S          Lab                  6:10-7:05       W           A206D    TBA

                              SOCI 1306           Contemporary Social Issues             3 Cr Hrs          SPAN 1412           Beginning Spanish II                    4 Cr Hrs
                              3501    507572      7:15-8:35        TR         B125       Mabry, S          3501    507823      5:15-7:05        TR          C207       Wallace, C
                                                                                                           Lab                 6:10-7:05        R           A206D      Wallace, C
                              SELF-PACED CLASSES
                              These course have a MANDATORY orientation on August 25 at 6:30 pm            HYBRID/BLENDED CLASSES
                              in room B112. Students will select from a cafeteria- style format.           SPAN 1411 and 1412 are hybrid courses. The laboratory component will
                              Terrorism, aging, drugs in society for a self-paced, independent             be online. Lecture in class. Students are expected to use eCampus.
                              learning style format. Students will need Internet access for this course.   SPAN 1411           Beginning Spanish I                     4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                           3020    507811      8:30-10:20       MW          D228       Vega, G
                              SOCI 1306           Contemporary Social Issues             3 Cr Hrs          Lab                 Online                       INET       Vega, G
                              3300    507573      Self-Paced                             Mabry, S
                              3301    507574      Self-Paced                             Mabry, S          SPAN 1412           Beginning Spanish II                    4 Cr Hrs
                              3302    507575      Self-Paced                             Mabry, S          3020    507821      11:00-12:50      MW          D228       Vega, G
                                                                                                           Lab                 Online                       INET       Vega, G
                              DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                              SOCI 1301           Intro to Sociology                     3 Cr Hrs          SPAN 2312           Intermediate Spanish II                 3 Cr Hrs
                              3420 501811       Online                     INET          Sullivan, T       3020 507826          1:30-2:50        M           D228       Vega, G
                              3426 501809       Online                     INET          Sullivan, T       Course #507826 is a hybrid course. Class will meet on campus once a
                              Course begins August 25 and ends October 16.                                 week; all other instruction will occur online or out-of-class. Students are
                                                                                                           expected to use eCampus.
                              SOCI 1306           Contemporary Social Issues             3 Cr Hrs
                              3426 501812       Online                    INET           Taylor-West, C    DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                              Course begins October 20 and ends December 11.                               SPAN 1411           Beginning Spanish I                     4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                           3420    501818      Online                       INET       Monds, C
                              SPANISH                                                                      SPAN 1412           Beginning Spanish II                    4 Cr Hrs
                              SPAN 1300 is an introductory course to Spanish and it prepares               3420    501820      Online                       INET       Monds, C
                              students for SPAN 1411. This course is for students with no previous
                              knowledge of Spanish, and it emphasizes oral communication with
                              an introduction of basic grammatical concepts along with developing
                                                                                                           SPEECH COMMUNICATION
                              reading skills and building meaningful vocabulary. SPAN 1300 is NOT a        SPCH 1311           Intro to Speech Comm                    3 Cr Hrs
                              substitute for SPAN 1411. This course may be taken for credit or through     3001    507731      8:00-9:20        MW          D206       Rogers, D
                              Continuing Ed.                                                               3002    507732      9:30-10:50       MW          D206       Rogers, D
                                                                                                           3003    507734      9:30-10:50       MW          C223       Hickey, C
                              SPAN 1300           Beg Spanish Conversation I             3 Cr Hrs          3004    507738      11:00-12:20      MW          D206       Hickey, C
                              3001    507805      12:30-1:50       MW         C222       Contreras, F      3005    507744      12:30-1:50       MW          D205       Hickey, C
                              3002    507806      12:30-1:50       TR         C222       Contreras, F      3006    507748      8:00-9:20        TR          D205       Leubitz, L
                                                                                                           3007    507752      9:30-10:50       TR          D206       Leubitz, L
                                                                                                           3008    507754      11:00-12:20      TR          D206       Leubitz, L
                                                                                                           3009    507756      12:30-1:50       TR          D206       Rogers, D

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  SPCH 1315          Fund of Public Speaking                3 Cr Hrs       VTHT 1413           Vet Anatomy & Physi                     4 Cr Hrs
  3001    507771     2:00-3:20        MW         D206       Rogers, D      3001    508973      10:00-11:20      MF          H120       Summers, P
  3002    507768     9:30-10:50       TR         C223       Rogers, D      Lab                 2:00-4:50        M           B215       Wolf, C
                                                                           3002    508974      10:00-11:20      MF          H120       Summers, P
  EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES                                                Lab                 2:00-4:50        W           B215       Wolf, C
  SPCH 1311          Intro to Speech Comm                   3 Cr Hrs       VTHT 2205           Equine Clinical Mgmt                    2 Cr Hrs
  3250    507758     9:00-12:05       S          D206       Owens, S       3001    508975      3:30-4:20        TR          H120       Lineberry, W
  3501    507761     5:45-8:35        M          D206       Rogers, D      Lab                 TBA              MTWRF       TBA        Lineberry, W
  3502    507763     5:45-8:35        W          D206       Owens, S
  3503    507764     5:45-7:05        TR         D206       Smith, P       VTHT 2321           Veterinary Parasitology                 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                           3001    508977      8:00-9:50        M           H120       Wolf, C
  SPCH 1315          Fund of Public Speaking                3 Cr Hrs       Lab                 12:30-3:20       T           H106       Wolf, C
  3501    507772     7:15-8:35        TR         D206       Santos-        3002    508979      8:00-9:50        M           H120       Wolf, C
                                                            Cuyugan, C     Lab                 12:30-3:20       R           H106       Wolf, C
  DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES                                                3003    508981      8:00-9:50        M           H120       Wolf, C
                                                                           Lab                 12:30-3:20       F           H106       Wolf, C
  SPCH 1311          Intro to Speech Comm                   3 Cr Hrs
  3420 501831          Online                      INET      Leubitz, L
  Course #501831 is reserved solely for potential or existing online       VTHT 2425           Large Animal Assist Techn.              4 Cr Hrs
  veterinary technology students.                                          3001    508982      2:00-3:20        TR          H120       Lineberry, W
  3421 501833          Online                      INET      Leubitz, L    Lab                 8:00-11:50       T           H120       Lineberry, W
  3422 501836          Online                      INET      Jackson, R    3002    508983      2:00-3:20        TR          H120       Lineberry, W
  Course #501833 and 501836 - Students living within 75 miles of Cedar     Lab                 8:00-11:50       W           H120       Lineberry, W
  Valley College will be required to come to the campus twice to present   3003    508984      2:00-3:20        TR          H120       Lineberry, W
  speeches.                                                                Lab                 8:00-11:50       R           H120       Lineberry, W

                                                                           EVENING & WEEKEND CLASSES
  TEACHER PREPARATION                                                      VTHT 1105           Veterinary Med. Terminology             1 Cr Hr
  All EDUC and TECA classes require observations. Click on eCampus         3501 508985          5:00-5:50        R          H120       Wolf, C
  for details.                                                             The majority of this course will be taught online. Class will meet at
                                                                           the scheduled time for the first week of class.
  DISTANCE LEARNING CLASSES
                                                                           VTHT 1401           Intro to Veterinary Tech                4 Cr Hrs
  EDUC 1301          Intro to the Teaching Profession 3 Cr Hrs             3501    508988      5:00-7:50        M           H120       TBA
  3420    501852     Online                      INET       Collmer, J     Lab                 5:00-7:50        W           H106       TBA
                                                                           3502    508990      5:00-7:50        M           H120       TBA
  EDUC 1325          Principles & Practices Multi Ed        3 Cr Hrs       Lab                 5:00-7:50        R           H106       TBA
  3420    501847     Online                      INET       Collmer, J
                                                                           VTHT 2213           Lab Animal Clinical Mgmt                2 Cr Hrs
  TECA 1303          Families, School & Community 3 Cr Hrs                 3501    508976      5:00-6:20        T           H120       Wolf, C
  3420    501841     Online                      INET       Collmer, J     Lab                 6:30-7:50        T           H106       Wolf, C

  TECA 1311          Educating Young Children               3 Cr Hrs
  3420    501838     Online                      INET       Collmer, J

  TECA 1318          Wellness of the Young Child            3 Cr Hrs                   ARE YOU ON TRACK
  3420    501842     Online                      INET       Collmer, J        WITH YOUR eDUCATIONAL AN D
                                                                                       CAREER GOALS?
  TECA 1354          Child Growth & Development 3 Cr Hrs
  3420    501839     Online                      INET       Collmer, J

  VETERINARY TECHNOLOGY
  VTHT 1105          Veterinary Med. Terminology            1 Cr Hr
  3001    508965     8:00-8:50        F          H120       Wolf, C

  VTHT 1317          Veterinary Office Mgmt                    3 Cr Hrs
  3001    508966     9:00-11:50       W          H120       Wolf, C

  VTHT 1341          Anesthesia & Surgical Asst.            3 Cr Hrs
  3001    508967     1:00-1:50        TR         H120       Summers, P
  Lab                8:00-11:50       T          H106       Summers, P
  3002    508968     1:00-1:50        TR         H120       Summers, P
  Lab                8:00-11:50       W          H106       Summers, P
  3003    508969     1:00-1:50        TR         H120       Summers, P
  Lab                8:00-11:50       R          H106       Summers, P

  VTHT 1401
  3001 508970
  Lab
                     Intro to Veterinary Tech
                 12:30-1:50
                 2:00-4:50
                                      MW
                                      M
                                                 H120
                                                 H106
                                                            4 Cr Hrs
                                                            Lineberry, W
                                                            Lineberry, W
                                                                            REGISTER NOW!
  3002 508972    12:30-1:50           MW         H120       Lineberry, W
  Lab            2:00-4:50            W          H120       Lineberry, W
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                                             FALL 2008                                                   BMGT 1303
                                                                                                         3420    506229
                                                                                                                            Principles of Mgt.
                                                                                                                            Online                     INET
                                                                                                                                                               3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                                                                               Minger, D
                                        DISTANCE LEARNING                                                3421    506231     Online                     INET    Minger, D

                                                                                                         BMGT 1382          Coop. Ed. Bus. Admin. & Mgt.       3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                         3420    506234     Online/Coop                INET    Minger, D
                              ACCOUNTING
                                                                                                         BMGT 1383          Coop. Ed. Bus. Admin. & Mgt.       3 Cr Hrs
                              ACCT 2301          Principles of Accounting I            3 Cr Hrs          3420    506236     Online/Coop                INET    Minger, D
                              3420    505984     Online                      INET      Desai, S
                                                                                                         BMGT 2303          Problem Solv. & Dec. Making        3 Cr Hrs
                              ACCT 2302          Principles of Accounting II           3 Cr Hrs          3420    506233     Online                     INET    Rollings, G
                              3420    506104     Online                      INET      Desai, S
                                                                                                         BMGT 2382          Coop. Ed. Bus. Admin. & Mgt.       3 Cr Hrs
                              ACNT 1303          Intro to Accounting I                 3 Cr Hrs          3420    506237     Online/Coop                INET    Minger, D
                              3420    506107     Online                      INET      Pruitt, D
                                                                                                         BMGT 2383          Coop. Ed. Bus. Admin. & Mgt.       3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                         3420    506239     Online/Coop                INET    Minger, D
                              ANTHROPOLOGY
                                                                                                         BMGT 2384          Coop Ed Oper Mgmt/Supervision 3 Cr Hrs
                              ANTH 2351          Cultural Anthropology                 3 Cr Hrs          3420 505846        Online/Coop                 INET   Lumar, S
                              3460 501816       TVP                         TVP        Sullivan, T       Course #505846 is for Logistics students only.
                              Video based course, combined with Internet use. Orientation on internet.
                                                                                                         BUSI 1301          Intro to Business                  3 Cr Hrs
                              ARTS                                                                       3420
                                                                                                         3421
                                                                                                                 506171
                                                                                                                 506460
                                                                                                                            Online
                                                                                                                            Online
                                                                                                                                                       INET
                                                                                                                                                       INET
                                                                                                                                                               Minger, D
                                                                                                                                                               Minger, D
                              ARTS 1301          Art Appreciation                      3 Cr Hrs          BUSI 2301          Business Law                       3 Cr Hrs
                              3420    501714     Online                      INET      Rovelo, C         3420    506175     Online                     INET    Minger, D

                              BIOLOGY                                                                    HRPO 1311
                                                                                                         3420    506186
                                                                                                                            Human Relations
                                                                                                                            Online                     INET
                                                                                                                                                               3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                                                                               Soper-Shaw, P
                              BIOL 1406          Biology 4 Science Majors I            4 Cr Hrs
                              3420      501855     Online                     INET       Siemantel, J    HRPO 2301          Human Resources Mgt                3 Cr Hrs
                              This is a completely online Major’s course NOT intended for those          3420    506178     Online                     INET    Brooks-
                              planning on majoring in the sciences and/or health-related professions.                                                          Barnes, C
                              Students must email the instructor upon registering for the course at      HRPO 2307          Organizational Behavior            3 Cr Hrs
                              jsiemantel@dcccd.edu                                                       3420    506180     Online                     INET    Minger, D
                              3421 501971         Online                      INET       Earle, B
                              Couse #501971 is restricted to students enrolled in Vet Tech’s online      MRKG 1301          Customer Relations                 3 Cr Hrs
                              program.                                                                   3420    506189     Online                     INET    Hamilton, T

                              BIOL 1407          Biology 4 Science Majors II           4 Cr Hrs          MRKG 1302          Principles of Retailing            3 Cr Hrs
                              3420 501857         Online                     INET       Siemantel, J     3420    506199     Online                     INET    Naylor, S
                              This is a completely online Major’s course NOT intended for those
                              planning on majoring in the sciences and/or health-related professions.    MRKG 1311          Principles of Marketing            3 Cr Hrs
                              Students must email the instructor upon registering for the course at      3420    506204     Online                     INET    Hamilton, T
                              jsiemantel@dcccd.edu
                                                                                                         MRKG 1381          Coop Ed Mrkg/Mrkg Mgt, Gen         3 Cr Hrs
                              BIOL 1408          Biology 4 Non-Science Maj I           4 Cr Hrs          3420    506217     Online/Coop                INET    Minger, D
                              3420 501959      Online                     INET         Earle, B
                              3421 501961      Online                     INET         Earle, B          MRKG 2333          Principles of Selling              3 Cr Hrs
                              3422 501963      Online                     INET         Earle, B          3420    506211     Online                     INET    Tademy, D
                              Lab                                                      Fuhrmann, R
                              3423 501966      Online                     INET         Siemantel, S      MRKG 2349          Advertising & Sales Promotion 3 Cr Hrs
                              3424 501967      Online                     INET         Earle, B          3420    506215     Online                     INET    Glee, J
                              Course #501967 begins October 13 and ends January 23.
                                                                                                         MRKG 2381          Coop Ed-Mrkg/Mrkg Mgt, Gen         3 Cr Hrs
                              BIOL 1409          Biology 4 Non-Science Maj II          4 Cr Hrs          3420    506220     Online/Coop                INET    Minger, D
                              3420 501968       Online                    INET         Earle, B
                              Lab                                                      Fuhrmann, R
                              3421 501969       Online                    INET         Mooney, C         BUSINESS OFFICE SYSTEMS & SUPPORT
                              3422 501970       Online                    INET         Earle, B
                              Course #501970 begins October 13 and ends January 23.                      POFI 1341          Ms Office I                        3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                         3420    506137     Online                     INET    Cicione, G
                              SCIT 1407          Anatomy & Physiology I
                              3420    501957     Online                      INET      Lumbley, S        POFI 1349          Excel                              3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                         3420    506120     Online                     INET    Das, A

                              BUSINESS, MANAGEMENT & MARKETING                                           POFI 1441          Access                             4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                         3420    506124     Online                     INET    Das, A
                              BMGT 1301          Supervision                           3 Cr Hrs
                              3420    506226     Online                      INET      Naylor, S
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  POFI 2301         Word                               3 Cr Hrs         ITSE 1407         Intro. to C++ Programming          4 Cr Hrs
  3420   506114     Online                   INET      Patel, H         3420   506334     Online                   INET      Serrano, G

  POFM 1302         Medical Software Apps.             3 Cr Hrs         ITSE 1411         Beg. Web Page Program              4 Cr Hrs
  3420   506142     Online                   INET      Gulzar, Y        3420   506318     Online                   INET      Xeriland, T

  POFM 1309         Medical Office Procedures          3 Cr Hrs         ITSE 1432         Intro. to Visual BASIC.INET        4 Cr Hrs
  3420   506140     Online                   INET      Cicione, G       3420   516287     Online                   INET      Xeriland, T

  POFT 1321         Business Math                      3 Cr Hrs         ITSE 2417         Java Programming                   4 Cr Hrs
  3420   506156     Online                   INET      Daily, T         3420   506320     Online                   INET      Xeriland, T

  POFT 1328         Power Point                        3 Cr Hrs         ITSW 1401         Intro to Word                      4 Cr Hrs
  3420   506133     Online                   INET      Patel, H         3420   506110     Online                   INET      Patel, H

  POFT 1380         Coop.Ed.-Admin.Asst./Sec. Sci.     3 Cr Hrs         ITSW 1404         Intro to Excel                     4 Cr Hrs
  3420   506155     Online/Coop              INET      Harcourt, L      3420   506118     Online                   INET      Das, A

  POFT 2312         Bus. Correspondce & Comm           3 Cr Hrs         ITSW 1407         Intro to Access                    4 Cr Hrs
  3420   506168     Online                   INET      Hamilton, T      3420   506122     Online                   INET      Das, A

                                                                        ITSW 1410         Into to Power Point                4 Cr Hrs
  CHEMISTRY                                                             3420   506130     Online                   INET      Patel, H

  CHEM 1405         Introductory Chemistry I           4 Cr Hrs
  3420   501860     Online                   INET      Hill, O          CRIMINAL JUSTICE
                                                                        CRIJ 1301         Intro Criminal Justice             3 Cr Hrs
  COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                          3420   505836     Online                   INET      Goodrich-
                                                                                                                             Collins, T
  BCIS 1405         Business Computer Apps             4 Cr Hrs         CRIJ 1313         Juvenile Justice System            3 Cr Hrs
  3420 505968       Online                   INET      Maples, A        3420   505837     Online                   INET      Ratcliff, V
  3426 505975       Online                   INET      Mungenast, A
  3427 516262       Online                   INET      Serrano, G       CRIJ 2313         Correct System                     3 Cr Hrs
  Courses #505975 & #516262 begin September 25 and end December 11.     3420   505838     Online                   INET      Middlebrooks, N
  COSC 1300         Computer Literacy                  3 Cr Hrs         CRIJ 2314         Criminal Investigation             3 Cr Hrs
  3420 505904       Online                    INET    Serrano, G        3420   505840     Online                   INET      Norton, B
  3421 505956       Online                    INET    Serrano, G
  3426 505962       Online                    INET    Maples, A         CRIJ 2328         Police System & Practice           3 Cr Hrs
  Course #505962 begins September 25 and ends December 11.              3420   505839     Online                   INET      Goodrich-
                                                                                                                             Collins, T
  COSC 1401         Microcomp. Concepts & Apps. 4 Cr Hrs
  3420 505965       Online                   INET      Maples, A
  3426 505972       Online                   INET      Mungenast, A     DEVELOPMENTAL MATH
  3427 516264       Online                   INET      Serrano, G
  Courses #505972 & #516264 begin September 25 and end December 11.     DMAT 0090         Pre-Algebra                        3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3420   501938     Online                   INET      Darabadey, S
  COSC 1415         Intro to Comp Sci & Prog-C++       4 Cr Hrs
  3420   506326     Online                   INET      Serrano, G       DMAT 0091         Elementary Algebra                 3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3420   501940     Online                   INET      Darabadey, S
  COSC 1436         Programming Fund I-C++             4 Cr Hrs
  3420   506332     Online                   INET      Serrano, G       DMAT 0093         Intermediate Algebra               3 Cr Hrs
                                                                        3420   501941     Online                   INET      McDowell, M
  IMED 1301         Intro to Multimedia                3 Cr Hrs         3421   501942     Online                   INET      McDowell, M
  3420   506309     Online                   INET      Xeriland, T

  IMED 1416         Web Page Design                    4 Cr Hrs         DRAMA
  3420   506312     Online                   INET      Xeriland, T
                                                                        DRAM 2366         Film Appreciation I                3 Cr Hrs
  ITNW 1437         Intro to the Internet              4 Cr Hrs         3420   513016     Online                   INET      Cotton, J
  3420   506339     Online                   INET      Gulzar, Y

  ITSC 1401         Intro to Computers                 4 Cr Hrs         ECONOMICS
  3420 505979       Online                    INET    Maples, A
  3426 505980       Online                    INET    Mungenast, A      ECON 1303         Econ of Contemp Soc Issues         3 Cr Hrs
  Course # 505980 begins September 25 and ends December 11.             3420   512471     Online                   INET      Pharr, J

  ITSC 2435         Application Problem Solving        4 Cr Hrs         ECON 2301         Principles of Economics            3 Cr Hrs
  3420   506316     Online                   INET      Xeriland, T      3420 505841       Online                    INET     Pharr, J
                                                                        3426 505842       Online                    INET     Kaluya, M
  ITSC 2439         Personal Computer Help Desk 4 Cr Hrs                Course #505842 begins August 27 and ends October 15.
  3420 506337    Online                      INET      Desai, S
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                             ECON 2302           Principles of Economics               3 Cr Hrs         LMGT 1345           Economics of Trans/Distrib            3 Cr Hrs
                             3420    505843      Online                      INET      Pharr, J         3420    505879      Online                   INET         Garrison, J

                             ECON 2311           Global Issues                         3 Cr Hrs         LMGT 1346           Wireless Information Systems 3 Cr Hrs
                             3420    505844      Online                      INET      Pharr, J         3420    505881      Online                      INET      Johnson, R

                                                                                                        LMGT 2330           International Logistics Mgmt          3 Cr Hrs
                             ENGLISH                                                                    3420    505885      Online                      INET      Garrison, J

                             ENGL 1301           Composition I                         3 Cr Hrs
                             3420 501715         Online                     INET      Rios-Harris, R    MATHEMATICS
                             3421 501716         Online                     INET      Rios-Harris, R
                             Course #501715 and 501716 are limited to Veterinary Technology             MATH 1324           Business & Economics Math             3 Cr Hrs
                             students only and those whose major only requires one semester             3420    501947      Online                      INET      Crandell, T
                             of English.
                                                                                                        MATH 1414           College Algebra                       4 Cr Hrs
                             ENGL 1302           Composition II                        3 Cr Hrs         3420    501948      Online                      INET      McDowell, M
                             3420    501717      Online                      INET      McGowan, H
                                                                                                        MATH 1425           Bus Calculus & Apps I                 4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                        3420 501951         Online                      INET      Smith, A
                             GOVERNMENT
                                                                                                        MATH 2414           Calculus II                           4 Cr Hrs
                             GOVT 2301           American Government                      3 Cr Hrs      3420    501952      Online                      INET      Thompson, T
                             3420    501742      Online                      INET      McCoy, D
                             3421    501743      Online                      INET      McCoy, D         MATH 2442           Intro Statistics                      4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                        3420    501953      Online                      INET      Thompson, T
                             GOVT 2302           American Government                      3 Cr Hrs
                             3420    501739      Online                      INET      McCoy, D         MATH 2513           Calculus I                            5 Cr Hrs
                             3421    501740      Online                      INET      McCoy, D         3420    501954      Online                      INET      Smith, A

                             HISTORY                                                                    PHILOSOPHY
                             HIST 1301           History of the United States          3 Cr Hrs         PHIL 1301           Intro to Philosophy                   3 Cr Hrs
                             3420 501754          Online                      INET     Sullivan, T      3420 501788        Online                       INET     Tomczak, C
                             3421 501755          Online                      INET     Christman, C     An introduction session to the course and its requirements will be held
                             3426 501759          Online                      INET     Sullivan, T      on September 2 at 5:30 pm in the CVC Library, C104.
                             Course #501759 begins August 25 and ends October 16.
                             3450 501771          Video-Based                 TV       Christman, C
                             Course #501771 is a video-based course that is taught through a free       PHYSICAL EDUCATION
                             set of video tapes provided for home use by the college. MANDATORY
                             orientation will be held on August 29 at 10 am in room C222 or             These courses require students to be on campus for MANDATORY meet-
                             September 3 at 7 pm in room C209.                                          ing on August 30 from 8:00 - 9:00 am.

                             HIST 1302           History of the United States          3 Cr Hrs         PHED 1164           Beginning Physical Fitness            1 Cr Hr
                             3420 501774          Online                      INET     Sullivan, T      3420    501972      Online                      INET      Harper, T
                             Course begins October 20 and ends December 11.                             3421    501973      Online                      INET      Harper, T
                             3421 501780          Online                      INET     Nightingale, E
                             3450 501781          Video-Based                 TV       Christman, C
                             Course #501781 is a video-based course that is taught through a free       PHYSICS
                             set of video tapes provided for home use by the college. MANDATORY
                             orientation will be held on August 29 at 10 am in room C222 or             PHYS 1411           Fund Astronomy                        4 Cr Hrs
                             September 3 at 7 pm in room C209.                                          3420    501956      Online                      INET      Howard, J

                             HIST 2301           History of Tx From 1500-PRES          3 Cr Hrs
                             3420    501785      Online                   INET         Williams, R      PSYCHOLOGY
                                                                                                        PSYC 2301           Intro to Psychology                   3 Cr Hrs
                             HUMANITIES                                                                 3420 501791        Online                       INET      Nightingale, E
                                                                                                        3421 501801        Online                       INET      Oquin, M
                             HUMA 1315           Fine Arts Appreciation                3 Cr Hrs         3450 501803        Video-Based                  TV        Meachum, B
                             3420    501786      Online                      INET      Contreras, F     Course is a video-based course that is taught through a free set of
                                                                                                        video-tapes provided for home use by the college. MANDATORY
                                                                                                        orientation on August 23 at 2 pm in room C223.
                             LOGISTICS
                                                                                                        PSYC 2306           Human Sexuality                       3 Cr Hrs
                             LMGT 1319           Intro to Business Logistics           3 Cr Hrs         3420    501806      Online                      INET      Nightingale, L
                             3420    505873      Online                      INET      Johnson, R
                                                                                                        PSYC 2314           Developmental Psychology              3 Cr Hrs
                             LMGT 1323           Domestic/Intern Trans Mgt             3 Cr Hrs         3420    501805      Online                      INET      Nightingale, L
                             3420    505877      Online                      INET      Drews, M

                             LMGT 1341           Freight Loss & Damage Claims 3 Cr Hrs
                             3420    505878      Online                      INET      Drews, M
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  RESIDENTIAL BUILDING                                                   RELE 1321
                                                                         3426    510260
                                                                                            Real Estate Marketing
                                                                                            Online                      INET
                                                                                                                                   3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                                                   Daniels
                                                                                                                                   Megginson, S
  RBPT 1300         Fund/Res Bldg Science              3 Cr Hrs          Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
  3426 505769       Online                    INET     Johnson, R        3427 510280       Online                    INET          Daniels
  Course begins August 25 and ends September 26.                                                                                   Megginson, S
                                                                         Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.
  RBPT 1305         Res Light Appl Plug Loads          3 Cr Hrs
  3426 505779       Online                    INET     Johnson, R        RELE 1323          Real Estate Comp. Apps.                3 Cr Hrs
  Course #505779 begins September 29 and ends October 31.                3426    510277     Online                      INET       Daniels
                                                                                                                                   Megginson, S
  RBPT 1310         Res Mechanical Systems             3 Cr Hrs          Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
  3426 505780       Online                   INET     Johnson, R         3427 510283       Online                    INET          Daniels
  Course #505780 begins November 3 and ends December 5.                                                                            Megginson, S
                                                                         Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.
  RBPT 2315         Green Rating Systems 4 Homes 3 Cr Hrs
  3426 505816       Online                   INET     Obrien, T          RELE 1338          Principles of Real Estate II           3 Cr Hrs
  Course #505816 begins November 3 and ends December 5.                  3426 506366       Online                    INET          Brown, S
                                                                         Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
  RBPT 2320         Resident Energy Conser Codes 3 Cr Hrs                3427 506395       Online                    INET          Brown, S
  3426 505781       Online                    INET     Obrien, T         Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.
  Course #505781 begins August 25 and ends September 26.
                                                                         RELE 2301          Law of Agency                          3 Cr Hrs
  RBPT 2325         Energy Rating Systems 4 Home 3 Cr Hrs                3426 506369       Online                    INET          Brown, S
  3426 505815       Online                    INET     Obrien, T         Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
  Course #505815 begins September 29 and ends October 31.                3427 506398       Online                    INET          Brown, S
                                                                         Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.
  RBPT 2330         Adv Resi Bldg Sci & Systems 3 Cr Hrs
  3426 505818       Online                    INET     Head, C
  Course #505818 begins August 25 and ends September 26.                 RELIGION
  RBPT 2335         Residential Environ Quality        3 Cr Hrs          RELI 1304          Major World Religions                  3 Cr Hrs
  3426 505823       Online                   INET     Head, C            3420 501790        Online                   INET        Farley-Parker, E
  Course #505823 begins November 3 and ends December 5.                  MANDATORY orientation sessions are available for this course on
                                                                         August 28 at 2 pm or 5 pm in A206D.
  RBPT 2340         Adv Resident Mech Systems          3 Cr Hrs
  3426 505833       Online                   INET     Head, C
  Course #505833 begins November 3 and ends December 5.                  SOCIOLOGY
                                                                         SOCI 1301          Intro to Sociology                     3 Cr Hrs
  REAL ESTATE                                                            3420 501811       Online                    INET     Sullivan, T
                                                                         3426 501809       Online                    INET     Sullivan, T
  RELE 1301         Principles of Real Estate          3 Cr Hrs          Course #501809 begins August 25 and ends October 16.
  3426 506359       Online                    INET     Brown, S
  Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.                         SOCI 1306          Contemporary Social Issues             3 Cr Hrs
  3427 506391       Online                    INET     Brown, S          3426 501812       Online                    INET     Taylor-West, C
  Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.                          Course #501812 begins October 20 and ends December 11.

  RELE 1307         Real Estate Investments            3 Cr Hrs
  3426 506383       Online                    INET     Brown, S          SPANISH
  Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
  3427 506410       Online                    INET     Brown, S          SPAN 1411          Beginning Spanish I                    4 Cr Hrs
  Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.                          3420    501818     Online                      INET       Monds, C

  RELE 1311         Law of Contracts                   3 Cr Hrs          SPAN 1412          Beginning Spanish II                   4 Cr Hrs
  3426   506373     Online                    INET     Daniels           3420    501820     Online                      INET       Monds, C
                                                       Megginson, S
  Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
  3427 506403       Online                    INET     Daniels           SPEECH
                                                       Megginson, S
  Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.                          SPCH 1311          Intro to Speech Comm                   3 Cr Hrs
                                                                         3420 501831          Online                      INET      Leubitz, L
  RELE 1315         Property Management                3 Cr Hrs          Course #501831 is reserved solely for potential or existing online
  3426 506388       Online                    INET     Brown, S          veterinary technology students.
  Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.                         3421 501833          Online                      INET      Leubitz, L
  3427 506413       Online                    INET     Brown, S          3422 501836          Online                      INET      Jackson, R
  Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.                          Course #501833 and 501836 - Students living within 75 miles of Cedar
                                                                         Valley College will be required to come to the campus twice to present
  RELE1319          Real Estate Finance                3 Cr Hrs          speeches.
  3426 506379       Online                    INET     Brown, S
  Course begins September 2 and ends October 13.
  3427 506408       Online                    INET     Brown, S
  Course begins October 27 and ends December 8.

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                             EDUC 1301         Intro to the Teaching Profession 3 Cr Hrs                   CAREER GOALS?
                             3420   501852     Online                    INET     Collmer, J

                             EDUC 1325         Principles & Practices of Multi Ed 3 Cr Hrs
                             3420   501847     Online                    INET     Collmer, J

                             TECA 1303         Families, School & Community       3 Cr Hrs
                             3420   501841     Online                INET         Collmer, J

                             TECA 1311         Educating Young Children           3 Cr Hrs
                             3420   501838     Online                    INET     Collmer, J

                             TECA 1318         Wellness of the Young Child        3 Cr Hrs
                             3420   501842     Online                    INET     Collmer, J

                             TECA 1354         Child Growth & Development 3 Cr Hrs
                             3420   501839     Online                    INET     Collmer, J



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                FALL 2008                                                  ENGL 1302
                                                                           *3250    512396
                                                                                              Composition II
                                                                                              9:00-12:05          S         A206B
                                                                                                                                      3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                                                      Lancaster, M
             WEEKEND CLASSES                                               ENGL 2327          American Literature                     3 Cr Hrs
                                                                           3250     507439    9:00-12:05          S         B120      Blount, R
 ACCOUNTING
 ACNT 1329          Payroll & Business Tax Acct.          3 Cr Hrs         GOVERNMENT
 3750     506537   5:30-9:30          F        B116B      Cassar, J        GOVT 2302          American Government                     3 Cr Hrs
                   9:00-4:30          S        B116B      Cassar, J        3250     507490    9:00-12:05          S         C006      Okoro, I
                   1:00-5:30          U        B116B      Cassar, J
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                                                                           HISTORY
 ACNT 1331          Federal Income Tax: Individual        3 Cr Hrs
 3750     506533    5:30-9:30         F        B116B      Cassar, J        HIST 1302          History of the United States            3 Cr Hrs
                    9:00-4:30         S        B116B      Cassar, J        3250     507529    1:00-4:05           S         C223      TBA
                    1:00-5:30         U        B116B      Cassar, J
 Course begins September 12 and ends September 28.
                                                                           HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
 CHEMISTRY                                                                 HDEV 1300
                                                                           3250     506692
                                                                                              Learning Framework
                                                                                              9:00-12:05          S         B119
                                                                                                                                      3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                                                      Seals, D
 CHEM 1405          Introductory Chemistry I              4 Cr Hrs
 3250
 Lab
          508409    9:00-11:40
                    12:00-2:40
                                       S
                                       S
                                                 B209
                                                 B209
                                                          Coniglio, J
                                                          Coniglio, J
                                                                           LOGISTICS
                                                                           LMGT 1321          Intro to Materials Handling           3 Cr Hrs
                                                                           3250     516357    9:00-12:00          S         B112      Johnson, R
 COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
 COSC 1300
 3250   516257
                   Computer Literacy
                   9:00-10:40           S         A206D
                                                          3 Cr Hrs
                                                          Das, A
                                                                           MATHEMATICS
 Lab               11:00-12:30                    A206D   Das, A           MATH 1414          College Algebra                         4 Cr Hrs
                                                                           3250     508773    1:00-5:00           U         A201      Aziz, M
 ITSC 1405          Intro to PC Operating Systems         4 Cr Hrs
 3250     506451 1:00-4:30             SU      A206H      Veon, J
 Course begins October 25 and ends December 7.                             MUSIC
                                                                           MUSI 1306          Music Appreciation                      3 Cr Hrs
 ITSC 1425          Personal Computer Hardware            4 Cr Hrs         3250     507967    9:00-12:00          S         E223      Benzamin, R
 3250     506453 1:00-4:30            SU         A206H    Lay, D
 Lab               4:30-7:30 SU                  A206H    Lay, D
 Course begins August 30 and ends October 12.                              REAL ESTATE
                                                                           RELE 1301          Principles of Real Estate               3 Cr Hrs
 CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                                          3750     506437    5:00-10:00        F        B112         TBA
                                                                                              1:00-6:00         SU       B112         TBA
 CRIJ 1301         Intro Criminal Justice                 3 Cr Hrs         Course begins September 5 and ends September 28.
 3250     516354    9:00-12:00         S         C024     Stewart, S
                                                                           RELE 1311          Law of Contracts                        3 Cr Hrs
 DEVELOPMENTAL READING                                                     3750     506442   5:00-10:00
                                                                                             1:00-6:00
                                                                                                                F
                                                                                                                SU
                                                                                                                         B112
                                                                                                                         B112
                                                                                                                                      TBA
                                                                                                                                      TBA
 DREA 0090          Developmental Reading                 3 Cr Hrs         Course begins November 14 and ends December 7.
 3250     507168    9:00-12:00         S         D205     Briscoe, B
                                                                           RELE 1338          Principles of Real Estate II            3 Cr Hrs
 DREA 0091          Developmental Reading                 3 Cr Hrs         3750     506439   5:00-10:00          F          B112      TBA
 3250     507181    9:00-12:00         S         D205     Briscoe, B                         1:00-6:00           SU         B112      TBA
                                                                           Course begins October 3 and ends October 19.
 DREA 0093          Developmental Reading                 3 Cr Hrs
 3250     507194    9:00-12:00         S         D205     Briscoe, B       RELE 2301          Law of Agency                           3 Cr Hrs
                                                                           3750     506440   5:00-10:00         F        B112         TBA
                                                                                             1:00-6:00          SU       B112         TBA
 DEVELOPMENTAL WRITING                                                     Course begins October 24 and ends November 9.
 DWRI 0090          Developmental Writing                 3 Cr Hrs
 3250     507299    1:00-4:05          S         A206C    Patton, M        SPANISH
 DWRI 0091          Developmental Writing                 3 Cr Hrs         SPAN 1411          Beginning Spanish I                     3 Cr Hrs
 3250     507350    1:00-4:05          S         A206C    Patton, M        3250      515930 9:00-12:00               S         D228     TBA
                                                                           Lab                   Online                        INET     TBA
 DWRI 0093          Developmental Writing                 3 Cr Hrs         Course #515930 is a hybrid course. The labratory component will be
 3250     507295    1:00-4:05          S         A206C    Patton, M        online. Lecture in class. Students are expected to use e Campus.


 ENGLISH                                                                   SPEECH
 ENGL 1301          Composition I                         3 Cr Hrs         SPCH 1311          Intro to Speech Communication 3 Cr Hrs
 *3250  507404 1:00-4:05               S         A206B    Hartman, L       3250     507758    9:00-12:05          S         D206      Owens, S
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                             FALL 2008 HYBRID CLASSES                                                    ECONOMICS
                           These hybrid courses meet half of the time in a traditional classroom         ECON 2301            Principles of Economics                     3 Cr Hrs
                           setting, while the other half of the course work is completed online or       3020     506582 12:30-1:50           M                B125       Kaluya, M
                           out-of-class instruction.                                                     3521     506587 7:30-9:00            W                B125       Stiefer, W
                                                                                                         Course begins August 27 and ends October 15.
                           ANTHROPOLOGY                                                                  ECON 2302            Principles of Economics                     3 Cr Hrs
                           ANTH 2346            Intro to Anthropology                     3 Cr Hrs       3522     506591 7:30-9:00             W        B125              Stiefer, W
                           3020       507567 11:00-12:20            MW       C024      Sullivan, T       Course begins October 22 and ends December 10.
                           This course is designed with a forensic science emphasis. Students will
                           use the Internet.
                                                                                                         ENGLISH
                           BIOLOGY                                                                       ENGL 1301
                                                                                                         *3020     507401
                                                                                                                              Composition I
                                                                                                                              9:30-10:50            T          A206G
                                                                                                                                                                          3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                                                                                          Rios-Harris, R
                           BIOL 1406            Biology 4 Science Majors I                4 Cr Hrs       *3021     512479     11:00-12:20           T          A206G      Rios-Harris, R
                           3020       501859 Online                            INET       Siemantel, J
                           Lab                  8:00-12:30          S          B215       Hill, O        ENGL 1302            Composition II                              3 Cr Hrs
                           This hybrid course has online lectures with a lab that meets on campus        *3020     507425     9:30-10:50            R          A206G      Rios-Harris, R
                           part of the time. Lab attendance is mandatory. All testing is completed       *3021     512480     11:00-12:20           R          A206G      Disheroon, S
                           in the CVC Testing Center. Orientation on September 6. All students
                           must email the instructor upon registering at jsiemantel@dcccd.edu.
                                                                                                         GEOLOGY
                           BIOL 1409            Biology 4 Science Majors II               4 Cr Hrs       GEOL 1401            Earth Science                               4 Cr Hrs
                           3020      514158 Online                             INET      Dacus, J        3020       508596 1:30-2:50                 MW         B225       Reeves-Shull, C
                           Lab                 9:30-12:30           S          B214      Dacus, J        Lab                   Online                INET                  Reeves-Shull, C
                           This hybrid course has online lectures with a lab that meets on campus        This course meets half the time in a traditional classroom setting, while
                           Lab attendance is mandatory. Required orientation on August 26 or 27.         remainder of the course work is completed online or through out-of-class
                           Please email instructor upon registration at judydacus@dcccd.edu to           assignments. This class will meet on campus a REQUIRED 2 days a week
                           schedule your orientation time.                                               at the times indicated; all other instruction will occur online. Orientation will
                                                                                                         be held during the first on-campus class.
                           SCIT 1407            Appl. Human Anatomy/Phys I                4 Cr Hrs
                           3021      501958     Online                          INET      Valdez, B
                           Lab                  8:00-11:30             S        B210      Valdez, B      HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                                         HDEV 1300            Learning Framework                          3 Cr Hrs
                           SCIT 1408            Appl. Human Anatomy/Phys II               4 Cr Hrs       3020      506696     11:00-12:20           W          B126       Crow-
                           3020       508296 Online                          INET      Valdez, B                                                                          McDowell, V
                           Lab                  12:00-3:30         S         B210      Valdez, B
                           Course #501958 and 508296 are hybrid courses that have online lectures
                           with a lab that meets on campus every Saturday. Labattendance is              MATHEMATICS
                           mandatory. All testing is completed during class on Saturday.
                                                                                                         MATH 1414            College Algebra                             4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                         3020      508770 9:00-10:50             T        A201      McDowell, M
                           COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS                                                  Students are encouraged to enroll in ENGL 1302.3020 on Thursdays
                                                                                                         at 9:30 am.
                           BCIS 1405            Business Comp Apps.                       4 Cr Hrs
                           3020      506598     11:00-12:20            MW       L114      Mungenast, A
                           Lab                  Online                          INET      Serrano, G     PHYSICS
                           3520      506603     6:00-7:20              TR       C024      Mungenast, A
                           Lab                  Online                          INET      Mungenast, A   PHYS 1412            General Astronomy                           4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                         3711       508604 6:00-7:25               W          B215      Howard, J
                           COSC 1300            Computer Literacy                         3 Cr Hrs       Lab                   Online                         INET      Howard, J
                           3020      506596     11:00-12:40            MW       B116      Maples, A      This course meets one-fourth of the time in a traditional classroom
                           Lab                  Online                          INET      Serrano, G     setting, while the remainder of the course work is completed online or
                                                                                                         through out-of-class assignments. Class will meet on campus a REQUIRED
                                                                                                         8 times on W night starting August 27 and ending October 15. Orientation
                           COSC 1401            Microcomp. Concepts & Apps.               4 Cr Hrs       will be held during the first on-campus class.
                           3020      506597     11:00-12:20            MW       L114      Mungenast, A
                           Lab                  Online                          INET      Serrano, G
                                                                                                         SPANISH
                           COSC 1401           Microcomp. Concepts & Apps.                4 Cr Hrs       SPAN 1411 and 1412 are hybrid courses. The laboratory component will be
                           3520    506602      6:00-7:20               TR       C024      Mungenast, A   online. Lecture in class. Students are expected to use eCampus.
                           Lab                 Online                           INET      Mungenast, A
                                                                                                         SPAN 1411            Beginning Spanish I                         4 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                         3020      507811     8:30-10:20            MW         D228       Vega, G
                           DEVELOPMENTAL MATH                                                            Lab                  Online                           INET       Vega, G
                           DMAT 0093            Intermediate Algebra                      3 Cr Hrs       SPAN 1412            Beginning Spanish II                        4 Cr Hrs
                           3020      508743 9:30-10:50             R        A201      McDowell,M         3020      507821     11:00-12:50           MW         D228       Vega, G
                           Students are encouraged to enroll in ENGL 1301.3020 on Tuesdays               Lab                  Online                           INET       Vega, G
                           at 9:30 am.
                                                                                                         SPAN 2312            Intermediate Spanish II                     3 Cr Hrs
                                                                                                         3020       507826 1:30-2:50              M         D228      Vega, G
                                                                                                         Class will meet on campus once a week; all other instruction will occur
                                                                                                         online or out-of-class. Students are expected to use eCampus.
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                                     “THE CORE”
                                                           CORE CURRICULUM
                                              CLIP THIS OUT FOR PLANNING YOUR SCHEDULE!

                 Students who plan to transfer from Cedar Valley College to another Texas public college or university are highly encouraged to
            complete the Core Curriculum within the Dallas County Community Colleges because the receiving institution must accept the Cedar Valley
           College/DCCCD core curriculum in its entirety and substitute the Cedar Valley College/DCCCD core for its own core requirements. Effective
           summer 2005, DCCCD core courses have college-level prerequisites in reading, writing or math. Check with an advisor for more information.
           For more information about the Core Curriculum and other transfer information, contact the Advisement/Counseling Center at 972-860-8262.

                    THE CEDAR VALLEY COLLEGE/DCCCD CORE OF 48 CREDIT HOURS IS COMPOSED OF THE
                                              FOLLOWING COURSES.

         COMMUNICATIONS:                                                                                                    9 credit hours

         English 1301                                                                             (A grade of “C” or better must be earned)
         English 1302

         *Speech 1311, Speech 1315, or any Foreign Language Course 1311 or higher, or American Sign Language Course. Students must select
         Speech 1311 if seeking an A.A. or A.S. degree; (Students must also earn a grade of “C” or better if they select SPEECH 1311 or 1315)
         (NOTE: Students seeking an Associate in Arts, Associate in Sciences, or Associate of Arts in Teaching must select Speech 1311 or
         Speech 1315).

         MATHEMATICS:                                                                                     3 credit hours (Select one course)

         Math 1314, 1324, 1332, 1333, 1348, 1414, 2342, 2412, 2442, or higher level.

         (A grade of “C” or better must be earned in the selected college-level math courses.)

         LAB SCIENCES:                                                                           8 credit hours (Select two courses)

         Biology 1406, 1407, 1408, 1409
         Chemistry 1405, 1407, 1411, 1412
         Geology 1401, 1403, 1404, 1445
         Physics 1401, 1402, 1405, 1407, 1411, 1412, 1415, 1417, 2425, 2426
         Students MAY NOT use the following combinations to meet this requirement:
         Biology 1406 and 1408; Chemistry 1405 and 1411;
         Physics 1401 and 1405; Physics 1401 and 2425; or Physics 1405 and 2425.

         SOCIAL/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES:                                                                                      15 credit hours

         History 1301, 1302
         Government 2301, 2302
         Select one course from the following:
         Anthropology 2346, 2351
         Economics 1303, 2301, 2302, 2311
         Psychology 2301, 2314, 2316
         Sociology 1301, 1306, 2319

         HUMANITIES/VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS:                                                                             9 credit hours
         (Select one course from each of the three groupings)
               Category I
         Arts 1301, 1303, 1304
         Dance 2303
         Drama 1310, 2366
         Humanities 1315
         Music 1306, 1308, 1309
                Category II
         English 2321, 2322, 2323, 2326, 2327, 2328, 2331, 2332, 2333
                Category III
         Cultural Studies 2370
         History 2321, 2322, 2380, 2381
         Philosophy 1301, 2306, 2307, 2316, 2317
         Religion 1304

         OTHER:                                                                                                             4 credit hours
         Physical Education 1164 and Computer Science 1300 or higher level



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                     T E X A S S U C C E S S I N I T I AT I V E
 Testing Information
 The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) was mandated through action of the 78th Texas Legislature to replace the Texas Academic Skills
 Program (TASP). Like TASP, TSI is designed to measure competency in reading, writing, and mathematics and to provide developmental
 studies in areas of identified deficiencies. All students not eligible for an exemption or waiver must take an approved test prior to enrolling in
 any Texas public college or university.

 Success Initiatives, Exemptions and Waivers
 The following exemptions and waivers allow students to enroll; however, all students still must meet test score prerequisites for certain
 courses. Contact the campus TSI Office, admissions or advisors for testing exemptions and waivers or test score prerequisites.

 Exempt
 Certain students are exempt from mandatory state testing but may be required to submit placement scores to register for courses with test
 score prerequisites. Students may be exempt if they:

 * Took the SAT I less than 5 years ago and made a minimum qualifying score of 1070 total with 500 verbal and 500 math.

 * Took the ACT less than 5 years ago and made a minimum qualifying score of 23 composite, with 19 English and 19 math.

 * Took the 11th grade level TAKS test less than 3 years ago and made a minimum qualifying score of 2200 on the English/Language Arts
   with a writing subscore of 3 or better and a Math score of 2200.

 * Have a bachelor’s degree or associate’s degree from a regionally accredited Texas public institution.

 * Were honorably discharged, retired or released from active duty as a member of the armed forces of the United States or the Texas
   National Guard, or service as a member of a reserve component of the armed forces of the United States on or after August 1, 1990.

 * Have transferred to DCCCD from a private or independent institution of higher education or an accredited out-of-state institution of higher
   education and have satisfactorily completed 3 credit hours of college level core-related coursework.

 * Are serving on active duty as a member of the armed forces of the United States, the Texas National Guard or as a member of a reserve
   component of the armed forces of the United States and have been serving for at least three years preceding enrollment (documentation
   required).

 Waivers
 Certain students are waived from state mandates, but may be required to submit test scores to register for courses with test score
 prerequisites. Waivers must be renewed each semester. Students can be waived from TSI requirements if they:

 * Are pursuing a certificate of no more than 42 hours. A certificate waiver form must be completed by the student and submitted to the
   Admissions Office.

 * Are a non-degree seeking or non-certificate seeking student.

 Minimum Passing Standards
 New and transferring students, not otherwise exempt or waived from mandatory testing, must submit scores from an approved test prior to
 initial DCCCD enrollment.

 * Students who do not meet the Minimum Passing Standard in one or more areas are required to meet with an academic advisor.

 Accuplacer Testing Schedule
 The Accuplacer Test is available on each campus through the Testing Center. Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA) and other tests
 are periodically scheduled. Contact the Testing Center for times and registration.

 Course Restrictions
 Students who are not otherwise exempt or waived from TSI participation and whose test scores are below the Minimum Passing Standard
 may be restricted from certain courses. The restriction is in effect until the appropriate scores are achieved and/or until the student is
 determined to have met TSI requirements. Students should contact their academic advisor for additional information.

 For questions regarding TSI, contact: Jodie Rexroat, Associate Registrar at 972-860-8219.
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                     So why Continue Learning at a
                    Dallas County Community College?




      • Focus on your goals...We want to help you reach them.

      • We want you to be a student at one of our colleges. Our doors are open to you. We have morning, afternoon, evening and
        weekend classes; in a classroom, on television and on the Internet.

      • Even if you don’t have cash for college, the Rising Star Program is here for you. Rising Star provides qualified high school
        graduating seniors with academic support services and up to $4,000 for tuition and books, if you have established financial
        need. If you’ve got the will, we’ve got the way.

      • You have until April 15th after the date of your graduation to complete application for Rising Star.

      So don’t wait...Make your move now!

      How do I qualify for Rising Star?
      • Graduate from a Dallas County public high school.

      • Meet guidelines for financial need as established by the Dallas County Community College District (DCCCD) and verified using
        FAFSA guidelines from the Department of Education.

      • Meet one of the following:
        1. Graduate in the top 40% of your class
        2. Graduate with a “B” average
        3. Pass the required Dallas County Community College District assessment test to enter any of the DCCCD colleges.


      For more information call 972-860-8069.

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     Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act
     The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) (20 U.S.C. § 1232 g; 34CFA Part 99) is a Federal law that protects the privacy of
     student education records. The law applies to all schools that receive funds under an applicable program of the U.S. Department of Education.
     Schools must notify parents and eligible students annually of their rights under FERPA . The actual means of notification (special letter,
     inclusion in a PTA bulletin, student handbook or newspaper article) is left up to the discretion of each school. Schools are not required to
     provide copies of records unless, for reasons such as great distance, it is impossible for parents or eligible students to review the records.
     Schools may charge a fee for copies.

     FERPA affords students certain rights with respect to their education records. These rights include:

     1. The right to inspect and review the student’s education records within 45 days of the day the College receives a request for access.
     Students should submit to the registrar, dean, head of the academic department, or other appropriate official, written requests that identify the
     record(s) they wish to inspect. The College official will make arrangements for access and notify the student of the time and place where the
     records may be inspected. If the records are not maintained by the College official to whom the request was submitted the official shall advise the
     student of the correct official to whom the request should be addressed.

     2. The right to request the amendment of the student’s education records that the student believes is inaccurate or misleading.

     Students may ask the College to amend a record that they believe is inaccurate. They should write the College official responsible for the record,
     clearly identify the part of the record they want changed, and specify why it is inaccurate.

     If the College decides not to amend the record as requested by the student, the College will notify the student of the decision and advise the
     student of a right to a hearing regarding the request for amendment. Additional information regarding the hearing procedures will be provided to
     the student when notified of the right to a hearing.

     3. The right to consent to disclosures of personally identifiable information contained in the student’s education records, except to the extent that
     FERPA authorizes disclosure without consent. FERPA allows schools to disclose those records, without consent, to the following parties or under
     the following conditions (34CFR § 99.31):

     •   School officials with legitimate educational interest;
     •   Other schools to which a student is transferring;
     •   Specified officials for audit or evaluation purposes;
     •   Appropriate parties in connection with financial aid to a student;
     •   Organizations conducting certain studies for or on behalf of the school;
     •   Accrediting organizations;
     •   In compliance with a judicial order or lawfully issued subpoena;
     •   Appropriate officials in cases of health and safety emergencies; and
     •   State and local authorities, within a juvnile justice system, pursuant to specific State Law.

     4. The right to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education concerning alleged failures by the College to comply with the
     requirements of FERPA. The name and address of the Office that administers FERPA is:

                                                 Family Policy Compliance Office, U.S. Department of Education
                                                   400 Maryland Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20202-4605

     5. Schools may disclose without consent directory information.

     Directory information includes:
     (a) name; (b) home address; (c) home telephone number; (d) e-mail address; (e) field of study; (f) photograph; (g) date and place of birth; (h)
     dates of attendance; (i) enrollment status, ie., full-time, part-time, undergraduate, graduate; (j) degrees, certificates and other honors and awards
     received; (k) the type of awards received (l) participation in officially recognized activities; (m) weight and height of members of
     athletic teams; (n) student classification; (o) name of the most recent previous institution attended; or (p) similar information.
     Students may request that all or any of the directory information be withheld from the public by giving written notice to the Registrar’s office during
     the first 12 class days of the fall or spring semester or the first four class days of a summer session. Students may protect their directory
     information at any time during the academic year if they are unable to provide written notice within these time frames.

     Transfer Hour Limit
     CONGRATULATIONS on your academic progress at Cedar Valley. We want to remind you that there are limits on the number of freshmen and
     sophomore courses that Texas colleges accept for transfer credit. Generally, the maximum number of hours accepted for transfer is 66,
     although some colleges and universities may accept slightly more in special cases. If you earn more than 66 credit hours at CVC or within
     the district, it is unlikely that the additional hours will transfer.

     The Advisement/Counseling staff at CVC is waiting to assist you in achieving your educational plans, whatever they may be--transfer,
     obtaining an Associate degree or certificate or educational enhancement. Stop by and see us in Building L.
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   Administration                                                             Vision
   Dr. Jennifer Wimbish                                                       Cedar Valley College will be a community of leaders developing leaders
   President                                                                  through student success.

   Huan Luong                                                                 Statement of Purpose
   Vice President of Business
                                                                              As determined by the State of Texas, the purpose of each public
   Anna M. Mays                                                               community college shall be to provide:
   Vice President of Student Services and Enrollment Management               1. technical programs up to 2-years in length leading to associate
                                                                                 degrees or certificates;
   Dr. Lynn Nolte                                                             2. vocational programs leading directly to employment in semi-skilled
   Vice President of Instruction                                                 and skilled occupations;
                                                                              3. freshman and sophomore courses in arts and sciences;
   Ruben Johnson                                                              4. continuing adult education programs for occupational or cultural
   Dean of Business and Technology                                               upgrading;
                                                                              5. compensatory education programs designed to fulfill the
   Lisa Nightingale                                                              commitment of an admissions policy allowing the enrollment of
   Dean of Instructional Support and Distance Education                          disadvantaged students;
                                                                              6. a continuing program of counseling and guidance designed to assist
   Pam Gist                                                                      students in achieving their individual educational goals;
   Dean of Liberal Arts                                                       7. workforce development programs designed to meet local and
                                                                                 statewide needs;
   Jennie Pollard                                                             8. adult literacy and other basic skills programs for adults; and
   Dean of Math, Science and Allied Health                                    9. such other purposes as may be prescribed by the Texas Higher
                                                                                 Education Coordinating Board of local governing boards in the best
   Mission                                                                       interest of post-secondary education in Texas.

   The mission of Cedar Valley College is to provide quality learning
   that prepares students for success in a dynamic world. We fulfill          Student Statistics Spring 2008
   our mission by:
                                                                              Total Number of Students                             4,326
   - Providing a broad curriculum that includes academic, workforce and       Female                                               61.7%
     continuing education offerings;                                          Male                                                 38.3%
   - Responding to current and future learning needs of the communities       Ethnicity
     we serve with a variety of instructional modes;                          African-American                                     58.1%
                                                                              Anglo                                                27.2%
   - Valuing openness and mutual respect, embracing forums to exchange        Hispanic                                             12.6%
     thoughts and ideas from the diverse population we serve;                 Other                                                2.1%
   - Promoting excellence through a commitment to continuous employee         Part Time                                            71.9%
     development; and                                                         Full Time                                            28.1%
   - Serving students, employees and society in an ethical, responsible and
     caring manner.




                                                         Campus Directions and Map




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                             WORKFORCE/CONTINUING
                       SEC NO.   LOCATION   INSTRUCTOR   DATES         SESSIONS/HRS.   DAYS   TIME            COURSE FEE


                       BUSINESS
                                  EDUCATION
                       MRKG 1091       BUSINESS MARKETINGA L L S C H E D U L E
                                                       2008F
                       35046   CVL-L114     Moseley, D    6/2/08-7/2/08 10/20          TR     8:00am-5:00pm   $70


                       REGISTRATION BEGINS
                       JUNE 23, 2008
CONTINUING EDUCATION
CONTINUING EDUCATION




                                                                   ARE YOU ON TRACK WITH YOUR
                                                                        EDUCATIONAL AND CAREER GOALS ?




                                            TO REGISTER, CALL 972.860.2995
                                                 OR VISIT OUR WEBSITE
                                            www.cedarvalleycollege.edu/CE
SEC NO.   LOCATION      INSTRUCTOR      DATES            SESSIONS/HRS.   DAYS   TIME            COURSE FEE


BUSINESS
                                                                                  IT ALL BEGINS HERE.
MRKG 1091       BUSINESS MARKETING
35046   CVL-L114     Moseley, D 6/2/08-7/2/08            10/20           TR     8:00am-5:00pm   $70

   Continuing Education & Workforce Development

   The Continuing Education and Workforce Development Division defines workforce development
   as education and job-training designed to help employers get a skilled workforce as well as to
   help individuals to succeed in the workplace. We are able to accomplish this for a wide range
   of knowledge and skill levels.




                                                                                                             CONTINUING EDUCATION
                                                                                                             CONTINUING EDUCATION
   Public Safety
   The Law Enforcement Academy provides classroom and hands-on experiences in preparation for
   the Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education (TCLEOSE) examination.
   Basic Security, Level 3 courses are also available to prepare participants to become Security
   Officers. Firefighting training is offered in partnership with the DeSoto Fire Academy. A new law
   enforcement academy was added for the summer to meet a targeted need of firemen who must
   also possess law enforcement credentials.

   Healthcare
   To meet the workforce demand in the healthcare industry, we offer a variety of courses to prepare
   participants for entry level positions. We currently offer: Phlebotomy, Assisted Living Management,
   Medical Insurance Coding Specialist, Dental Assisting, EKG Technician, Pharmacy Technician, EMT,
   and Nursing Home Activity Director. A step program is being developed to start in the summer with
   Phlebotomy and Certified Nurse Aide in continuing education and Patient Care Technician in credit.
   This will provide a career ladder for individuals wanting to enter the healthcare field.

   Business & Real Estate
   Real Estate courses are offered online to prepare for Real Estate Licensure. We provide
   entrepreneurial development through the Small Business Development Center at the Cedar
   Hill Center.

   Professional Development & Re-certification
   Courses are offered for individuals in Food Service, Heating and Air Conditioning, Child Care
   Provider, Licensed Professional Counseling and Hair Styling.

   Basic Education
   We offer basic literacy and English as a Second Language classes to prepare individuals for the
   work place. The Cedar Hill Center is a GED testing center and provides test preparation classes.

   Contract Training
   Cedar Valley College has contract training personnel that focus only on building relationships with
   business and industry within our service area. Through this effort, we provide customized, on-site
   training to ensure that businesses are able to stay competitive in the current global market.

   Call Continuing Education for more information at 972.860.2995.
                       SEC NO.              LOCATION                     INSTRUCTOR                      DATES                        SESSIONS/HRS.            DAYS                  TIME                                 COURSE FEE

                                         CONTINUING EDUCATION                                                                   Inventory Control Manager/Supervisor .............................................. 62
                                                                                                                                Logistics Manager/Supervisor ........................................................... 62
                                           TABLE OF CONTENTS                                                                    Storage and Distribution Management .............................................. 62
                                                                                                                                Transportation Manager/Supervisor .................................................. 62
                        Business                                                                                                Warehouse and Distribution Center Management............................. 62
                        Business Marketing ........................................................................... 51
                        Crisis Management for Business ....................................................... 51               Green Building Institute
                        Guide to Recent U.S. Generations .................................................... 51                Continuous Commissioning Seminar ................................................ 63
                        Organizational Behavior .................................................................... 51         Green Building Certificate.................................................................. 63
                        Principles of Economics .................................................................... 51         Green Home Economics ................................................................... 63
                        Public Relations for Small Business & Non Profit.............................. 51                       Smart & Sustainable City Growth ...................................................... 63
                        Basic Principles of Human Resources For Small Business .............. 51                                Sustainable Design Concepts and Practices..................................... 63
                        Business & Financial Analysis ........................................................... 51            What Is Green and What Is Sustainability ......................................... 63
                        Customer Service Training ................................................................ 51
                        Federal Income Tax: Individual .......................................................... 51            Law Enforcement
CONTINUING EDUCATION
CONTINUING EDUCATION




                        Grow Your Business with Great Customer ....................................... 51                       Intermediate Arrest, Search, Seizure................................................. 67
                        Leadership Development for New Supervisors ................................. 51
                        Media Relations: Generating More Media Coverage ........................ 51                             Language Courses
                        Payroll & Business Tax Accounting ................................................... 51                Beginning Spanish Conversation I .................................................... 67
                        Principles of Accounting I .................................................................. 51        ESL Workplace Foundations “A” ....................................................... 67
                        Principles of Accounting II ................................................................. 51        ESL Workplace Foundations “B” ....................................................... 67
                        Project Management ......................................................................... 52         Spanish, Level I ................................................................................. 67
                        Quick Books I .................................................................................... 52   Spanish, Level II ................................................................................ 67
                        Strategic Planning ............................................................................. 52     Conversational American Sign Language For Workplace ................. 67

                        Small Business Development                                                                              Computers
                        Business Plan Writing........................................................................ 54        Computer Literacy ............................................................................. 69
                        How to Grow Your Existing Business ................................................ 54                  Excel Charts and Graphs .................................................................. 69
                        How to Start Your Own Business....................................................... 55                Excel Formulas & Calculations .......................................................... 69
                        The Entrepreneur Business Training ................................................. 55                 Intro to Pc Operating Systems........................................................... 69
                                                                                                                                MS Excel ........................................................................................... 69
                        Professional Development                                                                                Personal Computer Hardware ........................................................... 69
                        Environmental Services Technician ................................................... 55                Professional Power Point Presentations ........................................... 69
                        Event Planning I ................................................................................ 55    Basic Animation ................................................................................. 68
                        Event Planning II ............................................................................... 55    Computer Basics ............................................................................... 68
                        Food Service Protection .................................................................... 55         Computer Keyboarding...................................................................... 68
                        OSHA Training ................................................................................... 55    Digital Imaging I ................................................................................. 69
                        OSHA Training, Construction Specific ............................................... 55                 Digital Publishing I ............................................................................. 69
                        Recertification for The Licensed Hair ................................................ 55               Intro to Basic Graphic Design ............................................................ 69

                        Automotive Technician                                                                                   Health / Wellness
                        Automotive Electrical Systems .......................................................... 57             Assisted Living Management............................................................. 71
                        Intro to Automotive Technology ......................................................... 57             Body Systems.................................................................................... 71
                                                                                                                                Certified Nurse Aide........................................................................... 71
                        Heating & Air Conditioning Technician                                                                   Coding Certification Review .............................................................. 71
                        Air Conditioning Control Principles .................................................... 58             Dental Assisting ................................................................................. 71
                        Basic Electricity for HVAC ................................................................. 58         EKG Technician ................................................................................. 71
                        Refrigeration Principles ..................................................................... 58       Essential Medical Terminology .......................................................... 71
                                                                                                                                ICD-9 Coding ..................................................................................... 71
                        Early Child Care Professional                                                                           Medical Insurance Billing ................................................................... 71
                        Parents as Partners ........................................................................... 59      Medical Law & Ethics for Health Professional ................................... 72
                        Understanding Basic Childcare Standards I ...................................... 59                     Medical Law and Ethics ..................................................................... 72
                        Understanding Basic Childcare Standards II ..................................... 59                     Medical Terminology .......................................................................... 72
                        Wellness Laboratory Experience ....................................................... 59               Nursing Home Activity Director .......................................................... 72
                        First Aid for Child Care Providers ...................................................... 59            Phlebotomy I...................................................................................... 72
                        Child Guidance And Discipline: Who’s In Control? ............................ 59                        Phlebotomy II, Clinical Practice ......................................................... 72
                        Maintaining Professionalism .............................................................. 59           Physical Therapy Aide ....................................................................... 72
                        Criminal Justice                                                                                        Real Estate
                        Fundamentals of Criminal Law .......................................................... 61              Principles I ......................................................................................... 77
                        Court System and Practices .............................................................. 61            Principles II ........................................................................................ 76
                        Introduction to Criminal Justice ......................................................... 61           Appraisal............................................................................................ 76
                                                                                                                                Finance .............................................................................................. 76
                        Logistics                                                                                               Investment ......................................................................................... 76
                        Introduction to Business Logistics ..................................................... 62
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                                                                                                              SESSIONS/HRS.   DAYS   TIME           COURSE FEE

Law of Agency ................................................................................... 77
Law of Contracts................................................................................ 77
Marketing ........................................................................................... 77
Mathematics ...................................................................................... 77
Real Estate Brokerage ...................................................................... 77
Real Estate Computer Applications ................................................... 77

Standardized Test Preparation
                                                                                                                   Cedar Valley
                                                                                                                  College Center
GED Practice Test ............................................................................. 79
GED Preparation ............................................................................... 79
GED Preparation I ............................................................................. 79

                                                                                                                    Cedar Hill
GED Preparation II ............................................................................ 79
GED Reading Preparation ................................................................. 79
GED Writing Preparation ................................................................... 79




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Preparacion Para GED ...................................................................... 79
GED Math Preparation ...................................................................... 79

Personal Interest
Karate (Ages 8-Adult) ........................................................................ 81
Basic Hand Sewing ........................................................................... 81
Basketball, Intermediate .................................................................... 81
Basketball/Volleyball, Beginning ........................................................ 81
Building Wealth.................................................................................. 81
Cooking Essentials ............................................................................ 81
Fine Arts Appreciation........................................................................ 81
Fitness, Intermediate ......................................................................... 82
Floral Design I ................................................................................... 82
Floral Design II .................................................................................. 82
Golf, Beginning .................................................................................. 82
Home Cooking For The Working Family............................................ 82
Introduction To Speech Communication ............................................ 82
Physical Fitness, Beginning............................................................... 82
Piano, Adult I ..................................................................................... 82
Reiki, Level I ...................................................................................... 82
Swing Out, Beginning ........................................................................ 82
Swing Out, Intermediate .................................................................... 82
Weight Training, Beginning................................................................ 82
Weight Training, Intermediate............................................................ 82
You’re On The Air - Voice Overs ........................................................ 82                          207 NORTH CANNADY DRIVE
Advanced Design Photography ......................................................... 82                             CEDAR HILL, TEXAS 75104
Art Appreciation ................................................................................. 83                      972.860.7800
Ceramics I ......................................................................................... 83
Ceramics II ........................................................................................ 83        (located behind the Cedar Hill postoffice)
Event Videography ............................................................................ 83
Interviewing Techniques .................................................................... 83
Photography I .................................................................................... 83
Children & Youth
Piano Class (Ages 6-12).................................................................... 87
Karate: Defending Against the Bully (Ages 5-8) ................................ 87

Seniors (55 - older)
Computer Basics For Seniors............................................................ 87
Ebay Basics for Seniors .................................................................... 87
Experience at Work Certificate .......................................................... 87
Microsoft Word for Seniors ................................................................ 88
Protecting Against Identity Theft ........................................................ 88
Spanish for Seniors ........................................................................... 88
Seniors Next Step Computing For Seniors........................................ 88
Swimming, Intermediate For 65+ ...................................................... 88

Cedar Hill Center Class Listings ............... 90-98


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                       CEDAR VALLEY COLLEGE                                              7. workforce development programs designed to meet local
                       At A Glance...A rewarding educational experience awaits           and statewide needs
                       you at Cedar Valley College. Cedar Valley is one of seven
                       colleges in the Dallas County Community College District          8. adult literacy and other basic skills programs for adults
                       (DCCCD).
                                                                                         9. such other purposes as may be prescribed by the Texas
                       Approximately 4,000 students benefit from our comprehen-          Higher Education Coordinating Board of local governing
                       sive curriculum, which includes academic transfer, career         boards in the best interest of post-secondary education
                       programs, including workforce development training for area       in Texas.
                       employers and non-credit continuing education courses.
                                                                                         CONTINUING EDUCATION
                       MISSION STATEMENT
                       The mission of Cedar Valley College is to provide quality         MISSION STATEMENT
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                       learning that prepares students for success in a dynamic          The Cedar Valley College Division of Continuing Education
                       world. We fulfill our mission by:                                 and Workforce Development will provide quality learning
                                                                                         experiences in areas of workforce and professional and
                       Providing a broad curriculum that includes academic,              personal growth development.
                       workforce and continuing education offerings;
                                                                                         The Continuing Education Program at Cedar Valley College
                       • Responding to current and future learning needs of the          offers opportunities for individuals to stay current in new
                       communities we serve with a variety of instructional modes;       developments in their present occupations or to further their
                                                                                         education for new careers or new fields of interest. These
                       • Valuing openness and mutual respect, embracing forums           community service/continuing education offerings may vary in
                       to exchange thoughts and ideas from the diverse population        length from one session to a full semester, and in most cases
                       we serve;                                                         are open to interested persons without regard to previous
                                                                                         educational background and without formal admission.
                       • Promoting excellence through a commitment to continuous         The Continuing Education Division is the administrative
                       employee development; and                                         organization of the College responsible for ensuring that
                                                                                         continuing education activities offering the Continuing Educa-
                       • Serving students, employees and society in an ethical,          tion Unit (CEU) meet all criteria of the Southern Association
                       responsible and caring manner.                                    of Colleges and Schools. The Commission on Colleges of
                                                                                         the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools accredits
                       STATEMENT OF PURPOSE                                              Cedar Valley College (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia
                       As determined by the State of Texas, the purpose of each public   30033-4097). These instructional activities are offered in a
                       community college shall be to provide:                            variety of formats ranging from courses, seminar, workshops,
                                                                                         and conferences.
                       1. technical programs up to 2-years in length leading to
                       associate degrees or certificates                                 OFFICE OF CONTINUING EDUCATION
                                                                                         The Office of Continuing Education provides a wide range
                       2. vocational programs leading directly to employment in          of vocational and personal enrichment non-credit courses,
                       semi-skilled and skilled occupations                              workshops, forums and seminars for the general public.
                                                                                         These include classes specifically for adults 55 and older
                       3. freshman and sophomore courses in arts and sciences            and children and teens.

                       4. continuing adult education programs for occupational or        OFFICE OF CONTRACT TRAINING &
                       cultural upgrading                                                WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                         The Office of Contract Training and Workforce Development
                       5. compensatory education programs designed to fulfill the        provides consulting, education training, and economic devel-
                       commitment of an admissions policy allowing the enrollment        opment services to area businesses and individuals.
                       of disadvantaged students
                                                                                         CEDAR VALLEY COLLEGE CENTER
                       6. a continuing program of counseling and guidance
                       designed to assist students in achieving their individual
                                                                                         AT CEDAR HILL
                                                                                         Our services go beyond the boundaries of the College by
                       educational goals
                                                                                         providing classes at the Cedar Valley College Center at
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                                                                          SESSIONS/HRS.   DAYS       TIME                  COURSE FEE
Cedar Hill. We are located behind the Cedar Hill postoffice.           Cedar Valley College Center at Cedar Hill (CHC)
The Center offers non-credit classes and is located at 207             207 North Cannady
North Cannady in Cedar Hill. Review the table of courses. If           Cedar Hill, Texas 75104
you don’t see what you want, just let us know.                         972-860-7800

Call: 972-860-7800                                                     DeSoto Fire Academy
Email: cvchce@dcccd.edu                                                211 East Pleasant Run Road.
                                                                       DeSoto, Texas 75115
Website: www.cedarvalleycollege.edu                                    972-230-9680

GENERAL INFORMATION                                                    Grace Presbyterian Retirement Village (G-PRV)
ADVISING                                                               350 E. Ann Arbor
                                                                       Dallas, Texas 75216




                                                                                                                                           CONTINUING EDUCATION
                                                                                                                                           CONTINUING EDUCATION
If you would like help in selecting the course or program that
is best for you, pre-registration advisement is available
Monday through Friday. For more information, please call               CLASS CANCELLATIONS
972-860-2995.                                                          Every effort will be made to notify you by phone when a
                                                                       class is cancelled. You may elect to transfer your payment
AGE MINIMUM                                                            to another class or receive a 100% refund. Refunds are
Continuing Education/Workforce Development courses are                 processed automatically and may take up to 30 days
designed for an adult audience of 18 years or older. Some              to receive.
courses are designed for a younger audience; these classes
are the only exceptions to the age restriction. Students               CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT
under the age of 18 are required to have a “Consent to                 Students may be enrolled in identified credit programs on a
Emergency Treatment” form on file before attending class.              non-credit enrollment basis. Concurrent enrollment students
For further information, please contact Continuing                     earn Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) rather than college
Education at 972-860-2995.                                             credit for attending class and are expected to complete all
                                                                       required assignments and testing.
BOOKS & SUPPLIES
Supplies and textbooks are NOT included in course fees                 FAMILY EDUCATION RIGHTS & PRIVACY ACT
unless stated in the schedule. If the class is cancelled, full         In compliance with the Family Educational Rights, and
refunds will be given for books unmarked and accompanied               Privacy Act of 1974, the College may release information
by a receipt. For more information, call the Bookstore at              classified as “directory information” to the general public
972-860-2900.                                                          without the written consent of the student. Directory
                                                                       information includes student’s: 1) name; 2) address; 3)
CLASS DAY KEY CODE                                                     telephone number; 4) date and place of birth; 5) weight
M - Monday                                                             and height of members of athletic teams; 6) participation
T - Tuesday                                                            in officially recognized activities and sports; 7) dates of
W - Wednesday                                                          attendance; 8) educational institution most recently attended;
R - Thursday                                                           and 9) other similar information, including major field of study
F - Friday                                                             and degrees and awards received.
S - Saturday
U - Sunday                                                             A student may request that all or any part of the directory
TBA - To Be Announced/call 972-860-2995                                information be withheld from the public by giving written
                                                                       notice to the CE Registrar’s Office. If no request is filed,
CLASS LOCATIONS                                                        directory information is released upon written inquiry. No
Most Continuing Education classes meet on the Cedar Valley             telephone inquiries are acknowledged; all requests must be
Campus. Others meet in convenient locations and are noted              made in person. No transcript or academic record is released
in the course schedule.Online classes are offered entirely via         without the written consent from the student, except as
internet or a combination of face-to-face and online                   specified by law.
instruction. Each course will state if face-to-face is required.
                                                                       FINANCIAL AID
                                                                       Texas Public Education Grants (TPEG) are available to
                                                                       individuals based on need, to take career or occupation

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                       related courses. Eligibility for scholarships is based on          a minimum of 90% attendance and/or a performance
                       financial need. For more information, contact Financial Aid        evaluation.
                       at 972-860-8280.
                                                                                          The information supplied in this schedule is based upon
                       HOLIDAY CLOSURE DATES                                              conditions at the time of printing and is subject to change
                       The college will be closed on the following dates:                 without notice.Continuing Education reserves the right to
                       September 1, 2008                                                  cancel any course section in which there is an inadequate
                       November 27-28, 2008                                               number of enrollees.
                       December 25-January 1, 2009
                                                                                          REGISTRATION INFORMATION
                       DELAYED, POSTPONED & MAKE-UP CLASSES
                                                                                          IN PERSON
                       Normally, classes are held as scheduled. Occasionally,
                                                                                          Walk-in registration is available at the Continuing Education
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                       extenuating circumstances require a delay. If this occurs,
                                                                                          registration counter in Building L, Student Life Services or
                       Cedar Valley will make every effort to notify you by phone
                                                                                          Building A room A105.
                       before you come to class. Once class begins, if
                       postponement is necessary, attempts will be made                   TELEPHONE
                       to contact students.                                               Continuing Education Registration Office: 972-860-2995
                       RETURNED CHECKS                                                    U. S. MAIL
                       Checks returned to the Business Office must be paid with           To register by mail enclose a check, money order or credit
                       cash or a cashier’s check within the time limits prescribed by     card information. Mail to:
                       the notification letter. An additional fee is added for returned   Cedar Valley College
                       checks. If the bank for any reason, including stop payment,        Continuing Education Division
                       returns a check for tuition, the Business Office may submit        3030 North Dallas Avenue
                       the check to the Justice of the Peace for appropriate legal        Lancaster, Texas 75134
                       action and collection.
                                                                                          ONLINE/INTERNET
                       REFUNDS                                                            Starting with the fall Semester, Cedar Valley College
                       A 100% refund is given if you make the request prior to the        Continuing Education students aged 18 and over will be
                       first day of the scheduled class (i.e. by the close of business    able to enroll, register, and pay online when using credit
                       on the day proceeding the first day of class.) An 80% refund       cards. From the Cedar Valley College homepage, use the
                       is given if you drop the class prior to the second class. No       eConnect tab; then use the Continuing Education/Workforce
                       refund is available after the second class meeting. To drop a      Training Student menu, located on the right side of the page.
                       course, call 972-860-2995 or come by the Continuing                From there, you will be able to search for classes or register,
                       Education registration counter located in Building A.              depending on the option you choose. *Students will not be
                       Refunds may take up to 30 days. The Continuing Education/          able to register online for children’s classes, Criminal Justice
                       Workforce Division reserves the right to change instructors        classes, and certain others. If you have problems registering
                       after the schedule printing. Such changes are not grounds for      online, contact the Cedar Valley College offices
                       a refund. Enrollment in a series constitutes one class.            at 972-860-2995.

                       TRANSCRIPT REQUEST                                                 METHODS OF PAYMENT
                       Requests for an official CEU transcript can be made in             Cash, checks, money orders, credit cards and bank debit
                       person at the Continuing Education registration counter            cards are accepted. Credit cards accepted by the College
                       during regular business hours or by calling 972-860-2995.          include: MasterCard, Visa, Discover or American Express.
                       Transcripts may serve as validation of successful completion       Checks should be made payable to Cedar Valley College. All
                       of Continuing Education/Workforce Development courses.             checks must have valid driver’s license number, date of birth,
                                                                                          and daytime phone number of the person signing the check.
                       C.E.U.
                       Continuing Education Units are recognized nationally as a          Continuing Education Registration Office Hours:
                       measure of substantive in-service education and training.          Monday–Thursday: 8 a.m.–7 p.m.
                       Certificates of completion are issued at the conclusion of         Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
                       vocationally related courses to students who successfully
                       complete the required coursework. Completion is based on

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CVCH Office Hours
Registration at the Cedar Valley College Center at Cedar Hill
is accepted as follows:

In person by check, money order or credit card:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
Tuesday and Thursday: 8 a.m.–7 p.m.

Telephone:      972-860-7800

U.S. Mail:      207 N. Cannady Drive
                Cedar Hill, Texas 75104




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Cedar Valley College
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    3030 North Dallas Avenue
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Lancaster, Texas 75134
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Registration Phone: (972) 860-2995

                  Continuing Education Registration Form
                  NOTICE: A 100% refund is given if you make the request prior to the first day of the scheduled class (i.e. by the close of business on the day prior to the first
                  class). An 80% refund is given if you drop the class prior to the second class. No refunds available after the second class meeting. To drop a course, call (972)
                  860-2995 or come by the Continuing Education registration counter located in Building L. Refunds may take up to 30 days. The Continuing Education/Workforce
                  Division reserves the right to change instructors after the schedule printing. Such changes are not grounds for a refund. Enrollment in a series constitutes one
                  class.


                       Student Information*
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                        Student Social Security Number:                                                                                                                                  Date of Birth:

                        Student ID:                                                       Email Address:

                        Mr.        Mrs.        Ms.

                        Last Name:                                                                                       First Name:                                                                                               Middile Initial:

                        Address:

                        City:                                                                                              State:                                                                 Zip:

                        Home Phone:                                            Business Phone:                                                                                           Texas Driver’s License Number:

                        Ethnicity (Please check appropriate box - information is used to meet Texas state reporting requirements only)
                         White, Non-Hispanic         Black, Non-Hispanic                   Hispanic                  Asian/pacific Islander                           American Indian/Alaskan native                                   Non-Resident/Alien/Foriegn National   Other


                                       Course#                      Section#                                Course Title                                Course Date                                           Time                                          Fee




                   Fee Payment Information
                                                           Check                       Discover Card                                Master Card                               Visa                     American Express



                   Total Amount Due:

                   If payment is by credit card, please complete the following information:

                   Account Number:                                                                                                                        Expiration Date:


                   Authorized Signature (credit card only):

                                   *Students under the age of 18 are required to have a “Consent to Emergency Treatment” form on file before attending class.
                                                             Educational opportunities are offered by the Dallas County Community College District without regard to race, color, age, national origin, religion, sex, disability, or sexual orientation.


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Contract Training/Workforce Development
 Contract Training/Workforce Development
                                                                           “Service With a Smile”



                                                      Providing Training for Your Present and New Employees




                                                                                                                                                                                                              CONTINUING EDUCATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                              CONTINUING EDUCATION
                                                            Your employees are the lifeblood of your organization, and the skills they
                                                 need to keep your organization competitive are constantly changing. Cedar Valley’s
                                                 Workforce Training Area can tailor a course to fit your needs, ensuring that your
       Testimonials                              workers will have the most up-to-date, cutting-edge skills. The contract staff will also
                                                 work closely with you to provide training and solutions that will improve employee
   “Partnering with Cedar                        performance and keep your organization one step ahead of the competition.
                                                          Cedar Valley College trainers have solid business and industry experience.
  Valley College on employee                     Their professional background helps them to better understand the needs of your staff
training is one of the smartest                  and organization.
  investments we have made
                                                          Business/Management Skills                                                     Computer Skills
 in ensuring the future career                            *    Basic Supervision                                                         *    Microsoft Access
  success of our workforce.”                              *    Dealing with Difficult People                                             *    Microsoft Excel
                                                          *    Employment Law                                                            *    Microsoft PowerPoint
   Paulette Owens-Holmes,                                 *    Food Service Manager Certification                                        *    Microsoft Word
   Administrative Director                                *    Front-line Security                                                       *    Microsoft Project Management
     City of Cedar Hill                                   *    Harassment/Hostile Work Environment
                                                                                                                                          Training Services
                                                          *    Interviewing/Hiring Skills
                                                          *    Motivating Employees for Productivity                                      *   Academic Programs at your Organization
                                                          *    Organizational Behavior                                                    *   Coaching
                                                          *    Performance Appraisals                                                     *   Computer Skills
   “Cedar Valley College                                  *    Problem-Solving/Decision-Making                                            *   Consultation
                                                                                                                                          *   Customized Training Programs
    is a great asset to the                               *    Team Building
                                                                                                                                          *   GED/English or Spanish
       businesses in our                                  Language Skills
                                                                                                                                          *
                                                                                                                                          *
                                                                                                                                              eLearning Technologies
                                                                                                                                              HRD – Performance Enhancement
         community.”                                      * English as a Second Language (ESL)                                            *   Language Training – ESL/SSL
                                                          * Spanish
        Terri Haskett,                                                                                                                    *   Leadership & Team Development
                                                                                                                                          *   Lean Enterprise & Process Improvement
 Director of Provider Services                            Communication Skills                                                            *   Organizational Development
                                                          *    Business Grammar and Usage                                                 *   Pre/Post Assessments
 at Select Specialty Hospital                             *    Business/Technical Writing                                                 *   Quality and Performance Improvement
        South Dallas                                      *    Customer Service
                                                          *    Interpersonal Skills
                                                          *    Listening Skills
                                                          *    Positive Attitude




              To learn how CVC can help you train others in your team, department, division or organization, contact:
                                               Dr. Bill Wells, Training Consultant
                                             972-860-8208 or billwells@dcccd.edu
                                                      Cedar Valley College
                                     3030 North Dallas Avenue, Lancaster, Texas 75134
          Educational opportunities are offered by the Dallas County Community College District without regard to race, color, age, national origin, religion, sex, disability or sexual orientation.



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                                  FALL 2008
                         CONTINUING EDUCATION CLASSES
BUSINESS
BASIC PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN RESOURCES FOR SMALL BUSINESS               HRPO 1091
32003     CHC         STAFF    9/9/08-9/18/08 4/10 T   6:00pm-8:30pm      $54

BUSINESS & FINANCIAL ANALYSIS                                                                                   BUSG 1093
38153     CVC-TBA     STAFF                        10/21/08-11/10/08         3/1.6     M       6:00pm-10:00pm        $130




                                                                                                                                   CONTINUING EDUCATION
BUSINESS MARKETING                                                                                              MRKG 1091
38151     CVC-TBA  STAFF                           10/6/2008                 1/7       M       6:00pm-9:30pm        $70

CRISIS MANAGEMENT FOR BUSINESS                                                                                  HMSY 2025
36012     CVL-L114  Walker    9/9/08-9/30/08                                 4/8       T       6:30pm-8:30pm         $113

CUSTOMER SERVICE TRAINING                                                                                       BUSG 1005
33212    CHC-121    Greenleaf, O.                  9/20/08-10/11/08          4/24      S       9:00am-4:00pm         $149

FEDERAL INCOME TAX: INDIVIDUAL                                                                                  ACNT 1031
39183     CVB-B116B  STAFF                         9/12/08-9/28/08           9/48      F       5:30pm-9:30pm         $117

GROW YOUR BUSINESS WITH GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE                                                                  BUSG 1005
38003   CVC-TBA    Guy, M.    9/13/08-9/20/08 2/7                                      S       9:00am-12:30pm        $28

GUIDE TO RECENT U.S. GENERATIONS                                                                                MRKG 1091
38017     CVC-TBA     Moshay, R. 9/29/08-10/20/08                            4/8       M       7:00pm-9:00pm        $52

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR NEW SUPERVISORS                                                                      BMGT 1020
38013    CVC-TBA   Moshay, R. 9/16/08-11/4/08                                8/24      T       6:30pm-9:30pm        $126

MEDIA RELATIONS: GENERATING MORE MEDIA COVERAGE                                                                 PRCD 1091
38025     CVC-TBA    Lewis, R. 9/16/08-11/4/08 8/16                                    T       6:30pm-8:30pm         $75

ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR                                                                                         HRPO 2007
39187     CVB-B119  STAFF                          8/26/08-12/9/08           16/45     T       6:00pm-8:45pm         $117

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS                                                                                         ECOZ 1000
39203     CVC-C002  STAFF                          8/26/08-12/9/08           32/45     TR      5:45pm-7:05pm         $117

PUBLIC RELATIONS FOR SMALL BUSINESS & NON PROFIT                                                                PRCD 1091
36008     CVC-TBA    McKinley, D. 9/26/08-9/27/08   2/8                                FS      6:00pm-9:00pm         $76
36020     CVC-TBA    McKinley, D. 11/14/08-11/15/08 2/8                                FS      6:00pm-9:00pm         $76

PAYROLL & BUSINESS TAX ACCOUNTING                                                                            ACNT 1029
39181     CVB-B116B  STAFF     10/24/08-11/9/08                              9/48      F       5:30pm-9:30pm      $117

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I                                                                                      ACNT 1025
39177     CVB-B126  Ray, L.                        8/26/08-12/8/08           30/96     TR      5:45pm-:05pm          $156

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II                                                                                  ACNT 1026
39179     CVB-B125  STAFF                          8/26/08-12/8/08           48/96     MTW     5:45pm-7:05pm      $156

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                       PROJECT MANAGEMENT                                                                                           BMGT 1021
                       32063   CVCH-101 STAFF                            10/27/08-10/30/08 4/24               MTWR       9:00am-4:00pm  $480

                       QUICK BOOKS I                                                                                                ACNT 1010
                       36002   CVC-TBA                Blake, A.          8/21/08-8/23/08   3/12               RF         5:00pm-9:00pm   $127
                       36006   CVC-TBA                Blake, A.          10/23/08-10/25/08 3/12               RF         5:00pm-9:00pm   $127

                       STRATEGIC PLANNING                                                                                           BUSG 1091
                       38011   CVC-TBA    Moshay, R.                     10/4/08-11/8/08      6/12            S          9:30am-11:30am $78


                       BUSINESS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
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                                                                                                                         EW!
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                       BASIC PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN RESOURCES FOR SMALL BUSINESS                                                          HRPO 1091
                       Many small business owners often focus on generating income, but do not spend enough time hiring and retaining their staff.
                       Come join us in learning how to prepare managers and business owners to handle basic human resource functions in a way
                       that will assure the best possible result. We will look at the hiring process and locating quality employees in a competitive labor
                       market. Emphasizes employee rights and the legal aspects of human resources.
                                                                         N  EW!
                       BUSINESS & FINANCIAL ANALYSIS                                                                               BUSG 1093
                       Business and Financial Analysis is designed to provide owners and managers with practical skills to interpret and analyze
                       financial statements. Topics to include cash flow management, managing capital-debt & equity, and how to measure financial
                       performance (ratios).
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                       BUSINESS MARKETING                                                                                      MRKG 1091
                       Integrated approach to marketing management in the business to business marketplace. This course is designed to provide an
                       overview of assessing a business’s core competencies, competitive advantages, positioning and market segmentation along
                       with the importance of networking and building business relationships.
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                       CRISIS MANAGEMENT FOR BUSINESS                                                                               HMSY 2025
                       For most Americans not in the “Top 2% of Income earners”, the future is starting to look rather bleak. Ninety-eight percent of all
                       Americans are asking “ how do I survive in a bad economy, learn how to meet the following challenges: defaults, legal notices,
                       over leveraged businesses, business restructuring, bad real estate investments, evictions, bankruptcy, breaches of contracts
                       and much more. This course will give business owners tools that will address the current business management crisis taught
                       by business attorneys Walker and Chambers Attorneys and Counselors at Law.

                       CUSTOMER SERVICE TRAINING                                                                                    BUSG 1005
                       Topics address general principles of customer service including skills, knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors pertinent to the
                       professional development of the student. This course is designed to teach students about fostering positive attitudes;
                       recognizing and dealing with customer turnoffs; dealing with dissatisfied customers; exceeding customer expectations; using
                       behaviors that wins customer loyalty; getting others to give great service; applying winning telephone, e-mail, and Web site
                       techniques; using written messages; and understanding the one-to-one customer future.

                       FEDERAL INCOME TAX: INDIVIDUAL                                                                              ACNT 1031
                       Basic instruction in the tax laws as currently implemented by the Internal Revenue Service while providing a working
                       knowledge of preparing taxes for the individual.
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                       GROW YOUR BUSINESS WITH GREAT CUSTOMER SERVICE                                                                BUSG 1005
                       Great customer service impacts all aspects of an organization it is the ultimate determination of success or failure. This course
                       is designed to teach the foundation for providing exceptional service by understanding the basic concept of customer including
                       identifying and meeting customer needs to determine what they really want and building trust by communicating effectively to
                       create customer loyalty. These skills will help grow any business.


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GUIDE TO RECENT U.S. GENERATIONS                                                                         MRKG 1091
What do references to the baby boomers, Generation X, Generation Y and Generation 2000 and/or the Millennium
Generation mean? What years or other criteria “define” these generations, and what significance do they have for studies of
U. S. demographics, popular culture, and marketing. How should business owners market and recruit to these audiences.
Learning these public relations strategies are great tools to help develop grow your business.
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LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT FOR NEW SUPERVISORS N                                                                            BMGT 1020
Leadership development refers to any activity that enhances the quality of leadership within an individual or organization.
Simply put, this course will help build leadership qualities that enhance the learner’s capacity to lead people. Very simply put,
leading is setting direction and guiding others to follow that direction. A critical skill for leaders is the ability to manage their own
learning. Come activate the tools needed to direct your own career path.
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MEDIA RELATIONS: GENERATING MORE MEDIA COVERAGE                                                              PRCD 1091
Are you looking to generate more media coverage for your business or organization? Learn about the inner workings of the
newsroom and to how to develop a pitch that will cause journalists to cover your story. This course will cover deadlines,
editorial calendars, and the perfect method for contacting a reporter or producer. Emphasis will be placed on developing the
30-second elevator pitch, building a rolodex, even positioning you as an industry expert. Textbook required.
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ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR                                                                                    HRPO 2007
The analysis and application of organizational theory, group dynamics, motivation theory, leadership concepts, and the
integration of interdisciplinary concepts from the behavioral sciences.

PAYROLL & BUSINESS TAX ACCOUNTING                                                                               ACNT 1029
A study of payroll procedures, taxing entities, and reporting requirements of local, state, and federal taxing authorities in a
manual and computerized environment.

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I                                                                                     ACNT 1025
This course covers the theory and practice of measuring and interpreting financial data for business units. Basic concepts,
principles, and procedures are applied to the following topics: operating cycle, accruals and deferrals, financial statements,
internal controls, receivables, inventory, fixed assets, and liabilities.

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II                                                                                   ACNT 1026
This course is a continuation of Principles I. This course covers the theory and practice of measuring and interpreting financial
data for business units, with emphasis on corporations and managerial applications. Basic concepts, principles, and
procedures are applied to the following topics: preparation and analysis of financial statements, budgeting, cash flow,
cost systems, responsibility accounting, and cost-volume-profit analysis.

PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS                                                                                      ECOZ 1000
An introduction to principles of macroeconomics is presented. Economic principles are studied within the framework of
classical, Keynesian, monetarist and alternative models. Emphasis is given to national income determination, money and
banking, and the role of monetary and fiscal policy in economic stabilization and growth. Other topics include international
trade and finance.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT                                                                                             BMGT 1021
This comprehensive project management workshop is an intensive, hands-on course providing project managers with the
skills, knowledge and tools to be successful. This workshop provides sound techniques for planning, estimating, tracking and
controlling projects. Throughout the course, attendees participate in realistic simulations that enhance their skills. The class is
designed for project team members, business analysts, project managers, project team leads and anyone that needs to better
manage projects in the workplace.




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                       PUBLIC RELATIONS FOR SMALL BUSINESS & NON PROFIT                                   N EW!                     PRCD 1091
                       This course is designed to understand the role that public relations plays in organizational management and provides an
                       understanding of planning, development and implementation of public relation strategies. Topics address recently identified
                       current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the
                       professional development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student
                       proficiency.
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                       QUICK BOOKS I                                                                                             ACNT 1010
                       Introduction to utilizing the computer in maintaining accounting records, making management decisions, and processing
                       common business applications with primary emphasis on a general ledger package. This course may be repeated if topics and
                       learning outcomes vary.
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                       STRATEGIC PLANNING                                                                                             BUSG 1091
                       Strategic planning is an organization’s process of defining its strategy, or direction, and making decisions on allocating its
                       resources to pursue this strategy, including its capital and people. Join us in developing various business analysis techniques
                       that can be used in strategic planning, including SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats ) and
                       much more.




                       SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT
                       BUSINESS PLAN WRITING                                                                                          BUSG 1025
                       33208   CHC-121    Asante, Y.                    10/18/08-10/25/08 2/8               S 9:00am-1:00pm                $125

                       HOW TO GROW YOUR EXISTING BUSINESS                                                                             BUSG 1024
                       33206   CHC-121  Greenleaf, O. 9/11/08-12/4/08                       13/36           R 6:00pm-9:00pm                $299
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HOW TO START YOUR OWN BUSINESS                                                                                 BUSG 1024
33204   CHC-121   Greenleaf, O. 9/9/08-12/2/08                          13/36            T 6:00pm-9:00pm            $299

THE ENTREPRENEUR BUSINESS TRAINING                                                                             BUSG 1091
33202   CHC-121   Greenleaf, O. 9/13/08-10/25/08                        7/28             S 9:00am-1:00pm            $199


SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
BUSINESS PLAN WRITING                                                                                           BUSG 1025
If you need to write a business plan, but don’t know where to begin and how much to include, this seminar is for you. An
overview of the various components of an effective business plan will be outlined. Discuss the pros and cons of writing the
plan yourself, hiring a “professional” and the cost involved as well as the various software available for free on-lone or through




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purchase. How to develop a business plan for a small business start-up or expansion that can be submitted to a financial
institution or used for implementation. Emphasis on importance of the plan, components, format, and considerations.

HOW TO GROW YOUR EXISTING BUSINESS                                                                        BUSG 1024
Learn how to grow your business using the FastTrac Growth Venture training. Gain insight into operating and owning your own
business. Learn business planning, capital formation, marketing planning, tax compliance, insurance and legal planning.

HOW TO START YOUR OWN BUSINESS                                                                             BUSG 1024
Learn how to start your own business using the FastTrac New Venture training. Gain insight into operating and owning your
own business. Learn business planning, capital formation, marketing planning, tax compliance, insurance and legal planning.
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THE ENTREPRENEUR BUSINESS TRAINING NE                                                                      BUSG 1091
The course will provide you with a broad overview of important business topics such as: HR basics, legal entity formation,
branding, accounting methods, taxation, customer service, advertising and marketing, etc. This is a must for any business
owner, new or existing.


PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES TECHNICIAN                                                                             CHHS 1091
32040  CHC-104   Staff       9/8/08-9/19/08                             10/20            MTWRF     6:00pm-8:00pm   $199

EVENT PLANNING I                                                                                              TRVM 1091
32068   CHC-104              Staff                 9/16/08-10/2/08      6/12             TR        6:00pm-8:00pm   $79

EVENT PLANNING II                                                                                             TRVM 1091
32069   CHC-101                Staff               10/7/08-10/23/08     6/12             TR        6:00pm-8:00pm   $79

FOOD SERVICE PROTECTION                                                                                       RSTO 1041
32001   CHC       Williams, C.                     9/12/08-10/2/08   4/16                TR        6:00pm-10:00pm $100
33001   CVC-TBA   Williams, C.                     10/11/08-10/18/08 2/16                S         9:30am-6:00pm   $100
33003   CV-TBA    Williams, C.                     12/5/08-12/12/08 2/16                 S         9:30am-6:00pm   $100

OSHA TRAINING                                                                                                 OSHT 1015
32064   CHC-102                Morgan, J.          12/3/08-12/4/08      2/12             WR        9:00am-4:00pm   $200

OSHT TRAINING, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFIC                                                                          OSHT 1015
32065   CVC-TBA    Morgan, J. 9/10/08-9/11/08                           2/12             WR        9:00am-4:00pm   $200

RECERTIFICATION FOR THE LICENSED HAIR                                                                         BARB 2000
35066   CVC-TBA    Lankford, T. 9/8/08-9/15/08                          2/12             M         9:00am-3:30pm   $70
35067   CVC-TBA    Lankford, T. 10/6/08-10/13/08                        2/12             M         9:00am-3:30pm   $70

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                       35068        CVC-TBA          Lankford, T.       11/3/08-11/10/08     2/12            M          9:00am-3:30pm         $70
                       35069        CVC-TBA          Lankford, T.       12/8/08-12/15/08     2/12            M          9:00am-3:30pm         $70

                       PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
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                       ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES TECHNICIAN                                                                                  CHHS 1091
                       This 20-hour introduction course will prepare career-minded individuals for work as an environmental services technician within
                       the facility services industry. Those who earn their certificate will be prepared for working in hospitality, stadiums and
                       arenas, healthcare, food service, education and restaurant-related companies. Students will learn technical terminology and
                       skills related to cleaning as well as hands on utilization of the latest cutting-edge technology related to equipment and chemical
                       usage. The class is designed to promote professional, knowledgeable and ethical workers with identifiable
                       leadership traits through a 4-week internship assignment. An overview of the entire industry is included in the course regimen.
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                       EVENT PLANNING I                                                                                            TRVM 1091
                       Nowadays, there are more parties and events than ever before. They can be big or intimate, happy or solemn, and for business
                       or pleasure. And whether they’re planned or last-minute, entertaining has become a feature of contemporary life. What’s more,
                       participants expect parties and events to be polished and exciting. The course gives you insight into the event planning world.
                       Get answers to key questions such as:
                       •      What sort of people and organizations need events?
                       •      Where do I find clients?
                       •      How much do I charge?
                       •      What paperwork and record-keeping do I need?
                       •      How do I promote and market my business?

                       EVENT PLANNING II                                                                                          TRVM 1091
                       Learn how to speak the industry language in Event Planning Part 2. This class will walk you through the steps of turning your
                       event planning passion into a productive business service. Get valuable information on financing, managing, marketing and
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staffing your Event Planning Business. Topics will address recently identified trends and expectation for the Event Planning
professional.

FOOD SERVICE PROTECTION                                                                                         RSTO 1041
This course is a training and certification program for owners and operators of establishments, which prepare and serve food to
the public. Topics covered include methods of proper food storage, techniques for sanitary food service preparation, employee
sanitation training, pest control, accident prevention, housekeeping management, conforming to sanitation regulations and
standards, and elimination of undesirable facility conditions which might contribute to outbreaks of food borne disease. After
completing this course, your certification is good for two years and satisfies Texas Health Laws. After 2 years, participants may
reapply with the State Health Department for renews up to six years. A book will be distributed at the first class meeting.

OSHA TRAINING                                                                                             OSHT 1015
This is a 12-hour General Industry training component designed to inform and develop a safer workplace for employers and




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employees. OSHA requires employers to protect their employees from workplace hazards and decrease the personal injuries
and illness that arise in place of work situations.
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OSHA TRAINING, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFIC                                                                      OSHT 1015
This is a 12-hour construction industry training component designed to inform and develop a safer workplace for employers and
employees. OSHA requires employers to protect their employees from workplace hazards and decrease the personal injuries
and illness that arise in place of work situations.

RECERTIFICATION FOR THE LICENSED HAIR                                                                            BARB 2000
This 12-hour course will provide update training in licensees specialties which meets the continuing education requirements
associated with professional licensure for recertification. Intensive training in an identified area(s) to meet continuing
education and/or review/update requirements associated with professional licensure or certification. This course was
designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency. This course includes sanitation guidelines and
procedures (4 hours) required by the State Board.


AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN
AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS                                                                                AUMT 1007
39155  CVE-E120A  Hester, E. 9/22/08-10/17/08                             20/96           MTWRF   8:00am-12:45pm $117
39161  CVE-E120A  Fant, M.   9/22/08-10/17/08                             20/96           MTWRF   5:30pm-10:30pm $117

INTRO TO AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                                                                               AUMT 1005
39153    CVE-E120A Hester, E. 8/25/08-9/19/08                             20/96           MTWRF   8:00am-12:45pm $117
39159    CVE-E120A Fant, M.   8/25/08-9/19/08                             20/96           MTWRF   5:30pm-10:30pm $117

AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS                                                                                 AUMT 1007
An overview of automotive electrical systems including topics in operational theory, testing, diagnosis, and repair of batteries,
charging and starting systems, and electrical accessories. Emphasis on electrical schematic diagrams and service manuals.
May be taught manufacturer specific.

INTRO TO AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY                                                                              AUMT 1005
An introduction to the automotive industry including automotive history, safety practices, shop equipment and tools, vehicle
subsystems, service publications, fasteners, professional responsibilities, and automotive maintenance. May be taught
manufacturer specific.




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                       HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING TECHNICIAN
                       AIR CONDITIONING CONTROL PRINCIPLES                                                                       HART 1003
                       39175   CVE-E118B  STAFF        8/27/08-10/11/08                     28/96           MTWR      6:00pm-10:15pm $156
                       39173   CVE-E118B  STAFF        11/6/08-12/11/08                     24/96           MTWR      6:00pm-10:45pm $156
                       39167   CVE-E118B  Colquitt, C. 11/6/08-12/11/08                     24/96           MTWR      8:00am-12:15pm $156

                       BASIC ELECTRICITY FOR HAVC                                                                                HART 1001
                       39165   CVE-E229    Armstead, I.                 10/2/08-11/5/08     24/96           MTWR      8:00am-12:15pm $156
                       39171   CVE-E229    Cuellar, J.                  10/2/08-11/8/08     24/96           MTWR      6:00pm-10:15pm $156

                       REFRIGERATION PRINCIPLES                                                                                  HART 1007
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                       39169   CVE-E229   Armstead, I.                  8/27/08-10/1/08     24/96           MTWR      8:00am-12:15pm $156

                       HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                       AIR CONDITIONING CONTROL PRINCIPLES                                                                           HART 1003
                       A basic study of electrical, pressure, and temperature controls including motor starting devices, operating relays, and
                       troubleshooting safety controls and devices. Emphasis on use of wiring diagrams to analyze high and low voltage circuits.
                       A review of Ohms law as applied to A/C controls and circuits.

                       BASIC ELECTRICITY FOR HVAC                                                                                      HART 1001
                       Principles of electricity as required by HVAC, including proper use of test equipment, electrical circuits, and component
                       theory and operation.

                       REFRIGERATION PRINCIPLES                                                                                     HART 1007
                       An introduction to the refrigeration cycle, basic thermodynamics, heat transfer, temperature/pressure relationship, safety,
                       refrigeration containment, and refrigeration components.




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EARLY CHILD CARE PROFESSIONAL
CHILD GUIDANCE AND DISCIPLINE: WHO’S IN CONTROL?                                                               CDEC 1012
32039   CHC-101    Wooten, T.   11/8/08      1/8                                          S         8:00am-4:30pm   $30

FIRST AID FOR CHILD CARE PROVIDERS                                                                             EMSP 1026
38009    CVC-TBA     STAFF      10/4/08-10/11/08                         2/7              S         9:30am-12:45pm $32

MAINTAINING PROFESSIONALISM                                                                                    CDEC 2000
32035   CHC-101   Wooten, T.                        12/6/08              1/8              S         8:00am-4:30pm   $30

PARENTS AS PARTNERS                                                                                            CDEC 1091




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32038   CHC-101   Wooten, T.                        10/25/08             1/8              S         8:00am-4:30pm   $30

UNDERSTANDING BASIC CHILDCARE STANDARDS I                                                                      CDEC 1009
32036  CVA-A201   STAFF      9/6/08-9/13/08 2/8                                           S         9:00am-1:00pm   $30

UNDERSTANDING BASIC CHILDCARE STANDARDS II                                                                     CDEC 1009
32037  CVA-A201   STAFF      10/4/08-10/11/08 2/8                                         S         9:00am-1:00pm   $30

WELLNESS LABORATORY EXPERIENCE                                                                                 CDEC 1002
32034  OFF SITE  STAFF      -                                            2/16             TBA       8:00am-4:30pm   $59

EARLY CHILD CARE PROFESSIONAL COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
CHILD GUIDANCE AND DISCIPLINE: WHO’S IN CONTROL?                                                            CDEC 1012
Have you ever walked into an early childhood classroom and wondered who was in charge? Sometimes disruptive student
behavior can make even the most seasoned childcare professionals seem out of control. Learn what you can do to regain
control of the classroom. There are proven strategies you can use to correct tantrums, tattling, and too much talking. PRE
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
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FIRST AID FOR CHILD CARE PROVIDERS N                                                                               EMSP 1026
This course will provide instruction in first aid for injured and ill persons. Upon completion, participants will be able to discuss
and demonstrate assessment and management of injured and/or ill persons.
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MAINTAINING PROFESSIONALISM                                                                                    CDEC 2000
Growth planning and goal setting are important parts of the professional development and success of any child care provider.
This workshop will help you explore effective strategies and techniques for dealing with stress, conflict and burn-out while
focusing on essential professional strengths such as ethical values and behaviors. This is an intermediate class for child
care providers that have been working in the child care field for at least two years. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

PARENTS AS PARTNERS                                                                                            CDEC 1091
Relating to parents is often one of the most difficult things in the child care profession. Discover some possible reasons for
the problem and learn to “head ‘em off at the pass” Explore ways to involve parents at home and in the classroom. Topics
address recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or
occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated multiple
times to improve student proficiency. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
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UNDERSTANDING BASIC CHILDCARE STANDARDS I                                                                       CDEC 1009
This 8-hour pre-service training is ideal for any employee new to regulated child care work. This class provides an overview
of the basic standards required to work in childcare facilities. Pertinent child care topics such as positive guidance, discipline
concepts, developmental stages, health and safety practices, will be discussed. PRE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.


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                       UNDERSTANDING BASIC CHILDCARE STANDARDS II                                NEW                                CDEC 1009
                       The childcare industry is growing and changing everyday. How long has it been since you’ve had a refresher course on basic
                       childcare standards? Make sure you have the most update-to-date information regarding childcare practices and new develop-
                       ments in childcare. This class will provide a review of childcare guidance, discipline, development, health & safety, SIDS and
                       shaken baby syndrome. Participants will also discuss current events and their impact. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
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                       WELLNESS LABORATORY EXPERIENCE                                                                                CDEC 1002
                       Bring wellness learning into your daycare facility. This unique 2-day training format allows child care workers to plan, practice
                       and participate in real-world wellness situations. Participants will be asked to observe and assess their own in-house nutrition,
                       health, hygiene and safety practices and make recommendations for improvements using industry health and safety guidelines.
                       PRE-REGISTRATION AND CONSULTATION IS REQUIRED.
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                                                                     Basic Peace Officer Courses
                                                                             640 Hours
                                                                    Class 35 - Full-time day class
                                                                                July 28, 2008 - November 28, 2008
                                                                                8a- 5p - MTWRF
                                                                    Class 53 - Part-time evening class
                                                                                September 8, 2008 - April 30, 2009
                                                                                6:30p- 10:30p - MTWRF

                                                                    The cost of the BPOC is $1,300, paid in
                                                                    installments of $325 per 160 hours of
                                                                    instruction. For course prerequisites
                                                                    contact the academy at 972-860-8289 or visit
                                                                    www.cedarvalleycollege.edu/CE




                                                                                 AUGUST
                                         Basic Instructor Course #1014           (CJLE 2049.34192)       $125.00     8/4-8/8     (8a-5p)

                                               Street Crimes Seminar (Register thru Reid Associates 1-800-275-4915)
                                                          (CJLE 2012.34173) $395.00 8/18/8/20 (8a-5p)

                                                                                SEPTEMBER
                                                              Intermediate Arrest, Search, Seizure #2108
                                                            (CJLE 1049.34193) $75.00 9/15-9/16 (8a-5p)

                                                                                OCTOBER
                                                            Forensic Processing of Digital Media - Level 2
                                                           Register thru High Tech Institute 1-866-864-7559
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                                                          (CJSA 2030.34172) $949.00 10/6-10/10 (8a-5p)
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE
COURT SYSTEM AND PRACTICES                                                                                   CRIZ 1000
39201   CVC-C026  Middlebrooks, N. 8/26/08-12/9/08                      32/45            TR       5:45pm-7:05pm    $117
39195   CVC-C025  Stewart, S.      8/26/08-12/9/08                      32/45            TR       9:30am-10:50am $117

FUNDAMENTALS OF CRIMINAL LAW                                                                                 CRIZ 1000
39197  CVC-C025  Stewart, S. 8/25/08-12/8/08                            32/45            MW       9:30am-10:50am $117

INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                                                             CRIZ 1000
39193  CVC-C025    Stewart, S.  8/25/08-12/8/08                         32/48            MW       8:00am-9:20am    $117
39199  CVC-C025    McJunkin, L. 8/25/08-12/8/08                         32/45            MW       5:45pm-7:05pm    $117




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CRIMINAL JUSTICE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
COURT SYSTEM AND PRACTICES                                                                                     CRIZ 1000
The judiciary in the criminal justice system is explained. The structure of the American Court System is defined. Prosecutional
right to counsel is explained. Other areas covered are pretrial release, grand juries, adjudication process, and types of rules of
evidence and sentencing.

FUNDAMENTALS OF CRIMINAL LAW                                                                                  CRIZ 1000
A study of the nature of criminal law is presented. The philosophical and historical development of criminal law is covered.
Major definitions and concepts are given. The classification of crime is covered. The elements of crimes and penalties are
discussed using Texas statutes as illustrations. Criminal responsibility is defined.

INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                                                                CRIZ 1000
This course is a study of history and philosophy of criminal justice including ethical considerations. Topics include the
definition of crime, the nature and impact of crime, an overview of the criminal justice system, law enforcement,
court system, prosecution and defense, trial process, and corrections.




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                       LOGISTICS
                       INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS LOGISTICS                                                                          LMGT 1019
                       39205  CVC-C209   STAFF       8/26/08-12/8/08                            30/45           TR      7:15pm-8:35pm   $117

                       INVENTORY CONTROL MANAGER/SUPERVISOR                                                                        LMGT 1093
                       38007   CVC-TBA   STAFF     11/10/08-11/12/08 2/7                                        MW      6:00pm-9:30pm   $40
                       38015   CVC-TBA   STAFF     11/15/08          1/7                                        S       9:00am-4:00pm   $40

                       LOGISTICS MANAGER/SUPERVISOR                                                                                LMGT 1093
                       38005   CVC-TBA   STAFF      10/20/08-10/22/08 2/7                                       MW      6:00pm-9:30pm   $40
                       38013   CVC-TBA   STAFF      10/25/08          1/7                                       S       9:00am-4:00pm   $40
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                       STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT                                                                         LMGT 1093
                       38003  CVC-TBA     STAFF     9/29/08-10/1/08                             2/7             MW      6:00pm-9:30pm   $40
                       38011  CVC-TBA     STAFF     10/4/08                                     1/7             S       9:00am-4:00pm   $40

                       TRANSPORTATION MANAGER/SUPERVISOR                                                                           LMGT 1093
                       38001  CVC-TBA   STAFF      9/8/08-9/10/08                               2/7             MW      6:00pm-9:30pm   $40
                       38009  CVC-TBA              9/13/08                                      1/7             S       9:00am-4:00pm   $40

                       WAREHOUSE AND DISTRIBUTION CENTER MGMT                                                                      LMGT 1025
                       39207  CVC-C222   STAFF      8/26/08-12/8/08                             30/45           TR      5:45pm-7:05pm   $156

                       LOGISTICS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                       INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS LOGISTICS                                                                        LMGT 1019
                       A systems approach to managing activities associated with traffic, transportation, inventory management and control,
                       warehousing, packaging, order processing, and materials handling.
                                                                                             N  EW!
                       INVENTORY CONTROL MANAGER/SUPERVISOR                                                                           LMGT 1093
                       As participants learn the various duties associated in the logistics industry, the Logistics Inventory manager is responsible for
                       supervising assets, distribution, and inventory accuracy. Inventory control and the position provide feedback to management
                       regarding operational accuracy such as inventory, shipping & receiving. The tools of timely communication with customer
                       representatives regarding inventory issues including the existence, cause and resolution of inventory variances will be
                       presented, Individuals will discuss the importance accurately maintain inventory to preserve inventory integrity.
                                                                                 !
                                                                           NEW
                       LOGISTICS MANAGER/SUPERVISOR                                                                                   LMGT 1093
                       Logistics managers combine many of the duties of storage, transportation and distribution managers and are ultimately
                       responsible for many of the same tasks. Students pursuing this career path will learn how to work with storage,
                       transportation, and distribution managers in order to achieve the optimum distribution of merchandise and products. Topics
                       in this course include coordination of transportation, shipping, warehousing, inventory control and the efficient distribution
                       and transportation of goods, materials and products, and contract negotiations and delivering schedules.
                                                                                          EW!
                       STORAGE AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGEMENT N                                                                          LMGT 1093
                       Students that are following a logistics career as a storage and/or distribution manager will be taught methods in overseeing
                       storage facilities for product goods or raw materials and for distribution of finished products to warehouses and retail
                       customers. Topics include transportation arrangement for ongoing distribution of products, the purchasing, servicing, and
                       management of transportation fleets.
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                                                                                      NEW
                       TRANSPORTATION MANAGER/SUPERVISOR                                                                             LMGT 1093
                       Transportation managers oversee the dispatching of truck or aircraft fleets, supervising vehicle contracts or shipping services,
                       vehicle purchases, repair and servicing. Students in this course will learn how to review vendors, manage contracts with
                       service providers, create, implement and amend policies within current changes in market trends or costs.
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WAREHOUSE AND DISTRIBUTION CENTER MGMT                                  NEW                                      LMGT 1025
Logistics experts must be able to quickly move products and to forecast seasonal or situational changes on demand.
This 7 hour course in logistics Distribution of Materials Management, students will be taught the planning and directing skills
that are necessary for product distribution and material allocation. Topics include the distribution of materials, arranging the
transportation of raw materials, supplies and finished products. This course is for those students that desire a career as a
transportation manager, storage and distribution manager or a logistics manager.

GREEN BUILDING INSTITUTE
CONTINUOUS COMMISSIONING SEMINAR                                                                             CNBT 1091
32046  CVC-TBA   Turner & Deng 9/18/08-9/19/08                          2/16             RF       9:30am-4:30pm   $199




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GREEN BUILDING CERTIFICATE                                                                                   CNBT 1091
32045  CHC-104    STAFF                            9/9/08-12/16/08      15/42            T        6:00pm-9:00pm   $1495

GREEN HOME ECONOMICS                                                                                         CNBT 1091
32047  CVB-B110  STAFF                             9/27/08-11/15/08     8/32             S        9:00am-1:00pm   $299

SMART & SUSTAINABLE CITY GROWTH                                                                              INDS 1010
38023   CVC-TBA   Mathis, L. 10/4/08                                    1/8              S        9:00am-5:00pm    $44

SUSTAINABLE DESIGN CONCEPTS AND PRACTICES                                                                    INDS 1010
38025   CVC-TBA   Mathis, L. 10/18/08     1/8                                            S        9:00am-5:00pm    $44

WHAT IS GREEN AND WHAT IS SUSTAINABILITY?                                                                    INDS 1010
38019    CVC-TBA   Mathis, L.  9/13/08                                  1/7              S        9:00am-5:00pm    $44
38021    CVC-TBA   Mathis, L.  11/8/08                                  1/7              S        9:00am-5:00pm    $44

GREEN BUILDING INSTITUTE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                                                                 W!
CONTINUOUS COMMISSIONING SEMINAR NE                                                                              CNBT 1091
Learn first-hand Continuous Commissioning®, developed at Texas A&M University’s Energy Systems Laboratory (ESL), from
two of the most experienced and successful commissioning engineers today. This technique is increasingly being used by
savvy major corporations, utilities, federal and state agencies, and medical institutions to improve comfort and significantly
reduce utilities. If you want to:
•        Reduce persistent hot & cold calls
•        Get your O&M program back on track
•        Optimize HVAC system performance
•        Reduce utilities [avg. 20 % savings & 2 yr. payback]
with little or no capital investment, then you cannot afford to miss this training! ABOUT THE INSTRUCTORS Dan Turner, Ph.D.,
P.E. and Song Deng, P.E. Dr. Turner is a professor of Mechanical Engineering at Texas A&M University, Director of the Energy
Systems Laboratory, co-author of the federal Continuous Commissioning® Guidebook, and has directed the commissioning of
numerous large institutional and medical facilities resulting in millions of dollars in savings. Mr. Song Deng is an Associate
Director of the ESL and directs the on-going CC® of the 20+ mil. sq. ft. Texas A&M campus with five thermal/cogeneration
plants and over $30 million in utility savings since 1996.
                                                      !
                                                NEW
GREEN BUILDING CERTIFICATE                                                                                      CNBT 1091
If you work in the design and construction industries and are seeking to further your career, this certificate will greatly increase
your competency and ability to contribute and advance. The following are examples of industry-related audiences who would
benefit from this certificate: design professional, contractors, and builders; planners and commissioners; facilities managers
and stakeholders; built environment engineers and decision-makers. Our twelve week certificate program provides a
comprehensive overview of the following construction topics: site development, energy efficiency and conservation, water use
and conservation, day lighting and natural ventilation, environmentally smart materials, integrated building and energy systems,

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                       occupant health and productivity, deconstruction, life cycle costing, and recycling, building commissions, economics of
                       sustainability, and LEED rating system and accreditation.
                                                                N EW!
                       GREEN HOME ECONOMICS                                                                                          CNBT 1091
                       A house is a complex interrelated system of people, building technologies and the environment. Going “green” at home can
                       help you save money on your utilities while creating a safe and healthy living environment. This class will focus on the use of
                       lighting, plug loads and techniques to lower energy and water consumption in the home. Topics will include basic electrical
                       concepts, calculation of energy and water usage, and selection of water- and energy-efficient appliances and lighting. Also
                       covers the impact of human behavior on energy and water consumption. Investigation of future trends will be explored.
                                                                               N  EW!
                       SMART& SUSTAINABLE CITY GROWTH                                                                               INDS 1010
                       This course covers the concepts of sustainable living on a larger scale. We will cover concepts in City and community
                       planning and the development or restoration of communities. We will also discuss the importance of Smart Growth, and
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                       how it influences the world around us. This course is partially funded by The Sue Pope Fund.
                                                                                                       !
                                                                                                   NEW
                       SUSTAINABLE DESIGN CONCEPTS AND PRACTICES                                                                      INDS 1010
                       In this course we will discuss the three bottom lines of sustainability in depth and how they are present at various levels of
                       society. We will discuss the importance of sustainability awareness and action, and we will do a workshop on sustainable
                       planning and implementation. This course is partially funded by The Sue Pope Fund.
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                       WHAT IS GREEN AND WHAT IS SUSTAINABILITY                                                                  INDS 1010
                       Do you wonder just what people mean when they say that key word Green, or do you wonder how you can become greener
                       yourself? What does the word “Sustainability” actually mean, and how can it be achieved? This course explains all the basics
                       of green and sustainable living. It gives examples of green buildings and sustainable practices. Come and learn about your
                       environmental footprint! This course is partially funded by The Sue Pope Fund.




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                                                                                           NOVEMBER 1, 2008
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                                                                                GREEN & SUSTAINABLE LIVING
                                                                                      CONFERENCE
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LAW ENFORCEMENT
CJLE 1049        INTERMEDIATE ARREST, SEARCH, SEIZURE
34193    CVCH-CH102 Norton, B.  9/15/08-9/16/08 2/16  MT                                        8:00am-5:00pm

LAW ENFORCEMENT COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
INTERMEDIATE ARREST, SEARCH, SEIZURE                                                                         CJLE 1049
This 16-hour TCLEOSE Intermediate Core- Course will cover issues related to probable cause, detention, and arrest.,
exceptions to search warrant requirements, principles of preparing valid search warrants, the uniqueness of the pretrial
suppression hearing and possible civil liability for improper arrests, searches, and seizures. The course will also cover
juvenile justice procedures related to arrest, search, and seizure.




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LANGUAGE COURSES
CONVERSATIONAL AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE FOR WORKPLACE                                                        SLNG 1003
38001  CVC-TBA   STAFF       9/16/08-12/2/08 12/30 T                                            7:00pm-9:30pm   $112

ESL WORKPLACE FOUNDATIONS “A”                                                                              COMG 1003
38063  CVC-TBA   STAFF       9/2/08-9/25/08                            8/20             TR      6:30pm-9:00pm  $50
38065  CVC-TBA   STAFF       9/15/08-10/8/08                           8/20             MW      6:30pm-9:00pm  $50

ESL WORKPLACE FOUNDATIONS “B”                                                                              COMG 1003
38069  CVC-TBA   STAFF       9/30/08-10/23/08                          8/20             TR      6:30pm-9:00pm  $50

SPANISH CONVERSATION I                                                                                     LANZ 1000
39151   CVD-D228  STAFF                            8/25/08-12/8/08     32/48            MW      7:15pm-8:35pm   $117
39125   CVD-D228  STAFF                            8/26/08-12/4/08     30/48            TR      7:15pm-8:35pm   $117

SPANISH, LEVEL I                                                                                           FRNL 1091
38071    CVC-TBA                                  9/15/08-10/29/08     14/28            MW      6:00pm-8:00pm   $91

SPANISH, LEVEL II                                                                                          SPNL 1091
38075    CVC-TBA              STAFF               11/3/08-12/24/08     16/28            MW      6:00pm-8:00pm   $91


LANGUAGE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                                                                                               NEW!
CONVERSATIONAL AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE FOR WORKPLACE                                                          SLNG 1003
There is a shortage of qualified Interpreters within this province and beyond. There is a high employment rate for graduates
in both full-time and part-time work. Opportunities exist in the school system from kindergarten to Grade 12, at Community
Colleges and Universities, churches as well as n the community at large. Interpreters are needed in the legal system, in
hospitals, at meetings and more. This beginning course includes vocabulary review, an expanded American Sign Language
(ASL) vocabulary, and usage of finger spelling and numbers in the work environment. By the end of the course, student will
demonstrate comprehension and production of ASL vocabulary, finger spelling, and numbers; exhibit expanded skills in
expressive and receptive ASL; and initiate more complex conversations in ASL.

ESL WORKPLACE FOUNDATIONS “A”                                                                                COMG 1003
Este curso de Ingles como segundo idioma (ESL) es una presentacion de lo basico en lectura, escritura. Esta clase esta
basada en vocabulario (palabras en escrito), fonico (sonido) y refinar palabras en escritura y verbalmente que es requirido
cuando entra en un empleo. Los estudiantes registrados en ESL : Empesando Nivel A y B recibiran los libros prestados.
Solo los cuadernos de trabajo seran comprados. Addresses essential listening, speaking, reading, writing, and computational
skills required by business and industry. Improvement of communication skills as well as study skills related to successful job
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                       performance. Course design provides new, incoming students who are speakers of other languages with no/limited English
                       proficiency a basis to building functional/survival vocabulary in preparation for advancement academically, in the community
                       and in the workplace. Focus emphasizes development and use of oral, written and listening skills, familiarizing students with
                       the English sound system to minimize miscommunication or misperception due to foreign accents. Textbook required.
                       Minimum age 18.

                       ESL WORKPLACE FOUNDATIONS “B”                                                                                COMG 1003
                       Este curso de Ingles como segundo idioma (ESL) es una presentacion de lo basico en lectura, escritura. Esta clase esta
                       basada en vocabulario (palabras en escrito), fonico (sonido) y refinar palabras en escritura y verbalmente que es requirido
                       cuando entra en un empleo. Los estudiantes registrados en ESL : Empesando Nivel A y B recibiran los libros prestados.
                       Solo los cuadernos de trabajo seran comprados. Addresses essential listening, speaking, reading, writing, and computational
                       skills required by business and industry. Improvement of communication skills as well as study skills related to successful job
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                       performance. Course design provides new, incoming students who are speakers of other languages with no/limited English
                       proficiency a basis to building functional/survival vocabulary in preparation for advancement academically, in the community
                       and in the workplace. Focus emphasizes development and use of oral, written and listening skills, familiarizing students with
                       the English sound system to minimize miscommunication or misperception due to foreign accents. Textbook required.
                       Minimum age 18.

                       SPANISH CONVERSATION I                                                                                      LANZ 1000
                       Basic practice in comprehension and production of the spoken language. Emphasis on oral communication with an introduction
                       of basic grammatical concepts and the development of reading and vocabulary skills. Cultural topics will be discussed.

                       SPANISH, LEVEL I                                                                                                FRNL 1091
                       This class is for beginning Spanish speakers who can barely say, “Yo quiero Taco Bell.” There will be a lot of basic, practical
                       information that you can use right away, with minimum technicalities. If you’ve always wondered what your Spanish-speaking
                       co-workers, family and friends are saying, this is the class for you. Topics address recently identified current events, skills,
                       knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional
                       development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency.
                       Required textbook available in College bookstore.

                       SPANISH, LEVEL II                                                                                               SPNL 1091
                       This class is a continuation of part I. With the essential basics under your belt, you will have an opportunity to review and
                       practice what you’ve learned and expand on it in more depth. If you are able to understand some Spanish, and can speak a
                       little in return, then this class is for you. Required textbook available in College bookstore. Topics address recently identified
                       current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the
                       professional development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student
                       proficiency.


                       COMPUTERS
                       BASIC ANIMATION                                                                                              ARTV 1003
                       39143   CVE-E220               STAFF              8/26/08-12/9/08      32/48           TR         12:30pm-3:45pm $117

                       COMPUTER BASICS                                                                                              ITSC 1012
                       32011  CHC                     STAFF              10/21/08-12/2/08     12/24           TR         3:30pm-5:30pm    $126
                       32009  CHC                     STAFF              10/21/08-12/2/08     12/24           TR         6:00pm-8:00pm    $126

                       COMPUTER KEYBOARDING                                                                                         POFT 1010
                       32005  CHC      STAFF                             9/9/08-10/9/08       12/24           TR         6:00pm-8:30pm   $126

                       COMPUTER LITERACY                                                                                            ITSC 1022
                       36455  CVC-TBA    Aldred, R.                      9/13/08-10/4/08      4/16            S          9:00am-1:00pm    $115


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DIGITAL IMAGING I                                                                                          ARTC 1002
39139     CVE-E220            STAFF               8/25/08-12/8/08      32/48            MW      5:30pm-8:45pm   $117

DIGITAL PUBLISHING I                                                                                       ARTC 1013
39141    CVE-E220    STAFF                        8/26/08-12/9/08      32/48            TR      9:00am-12:15pm $117

EXCEL CHARTS AND GRAPHS                                                                                    ITSW 1022
38032   CVC-TBA   Aldred, R.                      10/11/08             1/7              S       9:00am-5:00pm    $129

EXCEL FORMULAS & CALCULATIONS                                                                              ITSW 1022
38031   CVC-TBA   Aldred, R. 9/12/08                                   1/7              F       9:00am-5:00pm    $129

INTRO TO BASIC GRAPHIC DESIGN                                                                              ARTC 1093




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36010    CVC-TBA   Earnest, S. 9/16/08-9/18/08   3/8                                    TWR     6:00pm-9:00pm   $50
36011    CVD-D226  Earnest, S. 11/18/08-11/20/08 3/8                                    TWR     6:00pm-9:00pm   $50

INTRO TO PC OPERATING SYSTEMS                                                                              ITSC 1005
39191    CVA-A206H Veon, J.   10/25/08-12/10/08 14/96                                   SSU     1:00pm-4:30pm    $156

MS EXCEL                                                                                                   ITSW 1022
38034   CVC-TBA               Aldred, R.          11/8/08              1/7              S       9:00am-5:00pm    $129

PERSONAL COMPUTER HARDWARE                                                                                 ITSC 1025
39189  CVA-A206H STAFF     8/30/08-10/5/08                             12/96            S       1:00pm-4:30pm    $156

PROFESSIONAL POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS                                                                      ITSW 1037
38030  CVC-TBA   Aldred, R. 9/26/08                                    1/7              F       9:00am-5:00pm    $129

COMPUTER COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
COMPUTER LITERACY                                                                                            ITSC 1022
Computer Literacy is a “get acquainted” course designed to provide you with hands-on computer experience. This course
is designed for individuals who know little or nothing about computers and will enable them to feel comfortable with the
technology. Required textbook and 3.5 disk available in the College bookstore. An introduction to popular business
productivity software applications.
                                                   !
                                              NEW
EXCEL CHARTS AND GRAPHS                                                                                       ITSW 1022
In this course, you will learn how to take boring data and make it come alive using Excel charts and graphs. Do you have a
supervisor who is a visual processor? A colorful graph is the perfect tool to use for communicating information. Graphs and
charts make data meaningful and user friendly.
                                                              !
                                                          NEW
EXCEL FORMULAS & CALCULATIONS                                                                            ITSW 1022
This course will prepare you to know when and why to use formulas. You will learn how to prepare an impressive spreadsheet
that automatically calculates your data. Enhance your skills and efficiency by learning Excel formulas.

INTRO TO PC OPERATING SYSTEMS                                                                                ITSC 1005
A study of personal computer operating systems. Topics include installation and configuration, file management, memory and
storage management, control of peripheral devices, and use of utilities. Required textbook available in College bookstore.

MS EXCEL                                                                                                    ITSW 1022
Excel is a spreadsheet package used to create documents that help you organize, analyze, and perform calculations on your
data using the Windows Graphical User Environment. Learn the basic commands to create and save a file, how to write
formulas and functions to perform mathematical calculations; worksheet editing, formatting, and printing are also covered.


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                       PERSONAL COMPUTER HARDWARE                                                                             ITSC 1025
                       A study of current personal computer hardware including personal computer assembly and upgrading, setup and configuration,
                       and troubleshooting. Required textbook available in College bookstore.
                                                                                                    !
                                                                                              NEW
                       PROFESSIONAL POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS                                                                      ITSW 1037
                       Would you like to learn how to prepare a professional PowerPoint presentation? This course provides basic instruction in
                       PowerPoint software then moves on to the Do & Don’t of presentations. By the end of the class, you will be able to make a
                       presentation that keeps your audience interested!

                       BASIC ANIMATION                                                                                          ARTV 1003
                       Examination of concepts, characters, and storyboard for basic animation production. Emphasizes creating movement and
                       expression utilizing traditionally or digitally generated image sequences.
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                       COMPUTER BASICS                                                                                               ITSC 1012
                       This is an excellent opportunity to older adults or those who have putt off learning the computer, but are wanting to get back to
                       work. This is an introductory level course designed for those who already have basic keyboarding skills. Participants will gain
                       hands-on computer experience in learning basic computer components, terminology, and the Windows environment. You will
                       learn how to navigate your computer and manage files and folders. Internet and search engines, and e-mail will be introduced.

                       COMPUTER KEYBOARDING                                                                                             POFT 1010
                       If you are still pecking the keys on the computer, this is a great opportunity for those persons looking to increase their skills on
                       the computer. Learn the touch system, a technique which will enhance your computer skills and speed. Participants will learn
                       the correct finger placement while preparing and editing simple documents.

                       DIGITAL IMAGING I                                                                                             ARTC 1002
                       Digital imaging using raster image editing and/or image creation software: scanning, resolution, file formats, output devices,
                       color systems, and image-acquisitions.

                       DIGITAL PUBLISHING I                                                                                       ARTC 1013
                       The fundamentals of using digital layout as a primary publishing tool and the basic concepts and terminology associated with
                       typography and page layout.
                                                                                 !
                                                                           NEW
                       INTRO TO BASIC GRAPHIC DESIGN                                                                                 ARTC 1093
                       Have you ever wanted to know how to design a logo or create a filer or brochure to promote your own business? Then this
                       is the class for you. This course provides an overview of the applications used in the field of Graphic Design: Photoshop,
                       Illustrator and InDesign. The course will introduce the Graphic Design process including concept, visualization and professional
                       presentation. This class is designed for beginners who are interested in learning the basics of Graphic Design.




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   Take the Pathway to the
   Health Care Profession...
    A Pathway to Success

                                                                         Certified Nursing Assistant Training
                                                                         Patient Care Technology
                                                                         Coding Certification Review
                                                                         Dental Assisting




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                                                                         EKG Technician
                                                                         Nursing Home Activity Director
                                                                         Phlebotomy II, Clinical Practice
                                                                         Essential Medical Terminology
                                                                         ICD - 9 Coding
                                                                         Medical Insurance Billing
                                                                         Medical Law & Ethics
                                                                           for Health Professionals
                                                                         Phlebotomy I
                                                                         Physical Therapy Aide




HEALTH/WELLNESS
ASSISTED LIVING MANAGEMENT                                                                                       LTCA 2000
35074   CVCH-TBA   Ojomo, J.                     9/12/08-10/31/08     8/24             F              9:00am-12:00pm $150

BODY SYSTEMS                                                                                                     NURA 1007
35079   CVC-C031             Henon, C.           9/16/08-11/20/08     20/48            TR             1:00pm-3:20pm   $351

CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE                                                                                             NURA 1001
35006   CVC-C031   Henon, C.                     9/8/08-10/6/08    15/88               MWF            8:30am-2:30pm   $500
35007   CVC-C031   Henon, C.                     10/13/08-11/10/08 15/88               MWF            8:30am-2:45pm   $500

CODING CERTIFICATION REVIEW                                                                                      HITT 2045
35052   CVC-TBA    Pogue, G.                     11/4/08-11/13/08     4/16             TR             6:00pm-10:00pm $90

DENTAL ASSISTING                                                                                                 DNTA 1015
35004   CVC-TBA              CCI, ..             10/20/08-12/10/08 24/100              MW             6:00pm-9:30pm   $1799
EKG TECHNICIAN                                                                                                   ECRD 1011
35002   CVC-TBA              CCI, ..             10/20/08-12/10/08 16/50               MW             6:00pm-9:30pm   $999

ESSENTIAL MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY                                                                                    HPRS 1006
35075   CVC-C031   Henon, C.  9/16/08-11/20/08                        20/32            TR             8:30am-10:05am $234

ICD-9 CODING                                                                                                     HITT 1013
35071    CVC-TBA             Pogue, G.           9/9/08-10/30/08      16/48            TR             6:00pm-9:00pm    $212

MEDICAL INSURANCE BILLING                                                                                        MDCA 1043
35063   CVC-TBA   Pogue, G.                      9/8/08-12/22/08      16/48            M              6:00pm-9:00pm  $212

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                       MEDICAL LAW & ETHICS FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL                                                                  HPRS 1005
                       35077   CVC-C031   Henon, C.  9/16/08-11/20/08 20/32                                    TR         10:20am-11:50am $234

                       MEDICAL LAW AND ETHICS                                                                                        PBHL 1001
                       35056   CVC-TBA   Lee, O.                         11/4/08-11/27/08     8/16             TR         6:30pm-9:30pm   $70

                       MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY                                                                                           MDCA 1013
                       35051   CVC-TBA   Lee, O.                         9/9/08-10/30/08      16/48            TR         6:00pm-9:00pm  $309

                       NURSING HOME ACTIVITY DIRECTOR                                                                                GERS 1004
                       35072   CVCH-TBA   Ojomo, J.   9/6/08-12/20/08                         16/90            S          9:00am-4:00pm   $302
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                       PHARMACY TECHNICIAN                                                                                           PHRA 1091
                       35010  CVD-D230   CCI                             10/20/08-12/10/08 16/50               MW         6:00pm-9:30pm   $999

                       PHLEBOTOMY I                                                                                                  PLAB 1023
                       35052  CVC-C031                Caesar, A.         9/9/08-10/30/08      16/48            TR         6:00pm-9:00pm   $249

                       PHLEBOTOMY II, CLINICAL PRACTICE                                                                              PLAB 1060
                       35066  CVC-C031     Caesar, A.  8/15/08-9/8/08                         25/120           MTWRF      8:00am-5:00pm   $299
                       35065  CVC-C031     Caesar, A.  11/7/08-12/1/08                        25/120           MTWRF      8:00am-5:00pm   $299

                       PHYSICAL THERAPY AIDE                                                                                         PTHA 1091
                       35008   CVC-TBA    CCI                            10/20/08-12/10/08 16/5                MW         6:00pm-9:30pm   $999

                       HEALTH/WELLNESS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                       ASSISTED LIVING MANAGEMENT                                                                                      LTCA 2000
                       This course is designed to train and educate persons interested in entering this rapidly growing area of health care. Topics
                       include assisted living facility standards, characteristics and needs of the residents, information regarding resident assessment,
                       skills needed for working with families, residents and professionals, basic principles of management, nutritional services,
                       federal laws, community resources, financial management and ethical standards. Intensive training in an identified area(s) to
                       meet continuing education and/or review/update requirements associated with professional licensure or certification.
                       The course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency. This 24-hour course meets Texas
                       Department of Human Services requirements for assisted living facility managers.

                       BODY SYSTEMS                                                                                                     NURA 1007
                       A basic study of the structures and functions of the human body.
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                       CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE                                                                                             NURA 1001
                       This course provides preparation for entry level nursing assistants to achieve a level of knowledge, skills, and abilities
                       essential to provide basic care to residents of long-term care facilities. Topics include resident’s rights, communication, safety,
                       observation, reporting and assisting residents in maintaining basic comfort and safety. Emphasis on effective interaction
                       with members of the health care team.

                       Upon completion participants should be able to: Provide basic care to residents in a long-term care facility; communicate
                       and interact effectively with residents and their families based on sensitivity to the psychosocial needs; and assist residents
                       in attaining and maintaining basic comfort and safety. Protect, support, and promote the rights of the residents; provide safety
                       and preventive measures in the care of residents; demonstrate skills in observing and reporting; and function effectively as a
                       member of the health care team. This course consists of 56 classroom hours and 32 hours of clinical. To complete certification,
                       participants will register for an 8 hour exam upon completion of the classroom and clinical requirements.

                       CODING CERTIFICATION REVIEW                                                                                  HITT 2045
                       This course will prepare participants currently working as coders to take the Certified Coding Specialist (CCS) examination.
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DENTAL ASSISTING                                                                                                DNTA 1015
The Dental Assisting Program prepares students for entry level positions in one of the fastest growing health care positions
- Dental assisting. The Dental Assisting program will cover key area and topics exposing the student to both classroom and
hands-on instruction. The classroom instruction reviews the necessary anatomy, terminology, legal and ethical issues as well
as the policy and guidelines necessary to understanding the scope of practice and the practical aspects of dental assisting.
Topics include instrument identification, equipment maintenance, tooth structure and oral cavity anatomy, dental anesthesia,
sterilization, and charting. The student will learn the steps necessary to assisting dentist while providing quality dental care
within the community. Program includes review of tooth charting, restorations, bridge implants, bitewing, pantograph, periapical
x-ray and the mixing of dental cements. Additionally, this 100 contact hour course includes a CPR certification course and
covers the relevant material necessary to prepare students to take the State of Texas “Registered Dental Assistant (RDT)”
Exam. Textbooks included in course tuition.




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EKG TECHNICIAN                                                                                              ECRD 1011
This comprehensive 50 hour EKG Technician Certification Program prepares students to function as EKG Technicians and to
take the American Society of Phlebotomy Technician (ASPT) - Electrocardiograph (EKG) Technician exam and other National
Certification Exams. This course will include important practice and background information on anatomy of the heart and
physiology, medical disease processes, medical terminology, medical ethics, legal aspects of patient contact, laboratory
assisting, electrocardiography and echocardiography. Additionally, student will practice with equipment and perform hands-on
labs including introduction to the function and proper use of the EKG machine, the normal anatomy of the chest wall for proper
lead placement, 12-lead placement and other clinical practices.

ESSENTIAL MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY                                                                                HPRS 1006
A study of common medical terminology, word origin, structure, and application. This course is required for the Patient Care
Technician certificate.

ICD-9 CODING                                                                                                    HITT 1013
This course is designed to familiarize the beginning participant with the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) Clinical
Modification Handbook. Provides skills and knowledge in the health information field for ICD-9 and CPT coding of insurance
forms for reimbursement of medical services. This highly technical course is open to those students who have successfully
completed Medical Terminology or equivalent preparation. Required textbooks are available in the College bookstore.

MEDICAL INSURANCE BILLING                                                                                      MDCA 1043
General instruction in the billing procedures for medical claims. A step by step description of completing the HCFA 1500
billing form and other standard billing mechanisms. Billing requirements of major payers such as Medicare, Medicaid, College,
Worker’s Compensation, Managed Care, and other contracted payers will be discussed during the class. Also a review of
electronic data interchange and how it effects reimbursement. Emphasizes accurate ICD-9 and CPT coding of office
procedures for payment/ reimbursement by patient or third party and prevention of insurance fraud. Additional topics may
include managed care or medical economics. Prerequisites: Medical Terminology, CPT Coding, and ICD-9 Coding.
Required textbook is available in the College bookstore.

MEDICAL LAW & ETHICS FOR HEALTH PROFESSIONAL                                                                HPRS 1005
Introduction to the relationship between legal aspects and ethics in health care with emphasis on responsibilities of health
care professionals. This course is required for the Patient Care Technician certificate.

MEDICAL LAW AND ETHICS                                                                                           PBHL 1001
This course is an overview of Medical Law/Ethics for Health Professionals; instruction in the principles, procedures, and
regulations in governing the legal and ethical relationships among physicians, patients, and health care professionals. Topics
include current ethical issues related to the practice of medicine and patient confidentially. This course is required for the
Medical Coding and Billing certificate.




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                       MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY                                                                                             MDCA 1013
                       This course is designed for all students entering the medical work environment. Students will investigate medical terminology
                       as it relates to the human body, physiology, and anatomy. Emphasis will be placed on word structure, visual and audio
                       identification of terms, spelling and definitions. A study and practical application of a medical vocabulary system. Includes
                       structure, recognition, analysis, definition, spelling, pronunciation, and combination of medical terms from prefixes, suffixes,
                       roots, and combining forms. Required textbook is available in the College bookstore.

                       NURSING HOME ACTIVITY DIRECTOR                                                                                 GERS 1004
                       This 90-hour state required course is designed to promote professional, knowledgeable and effective Nursing Home Activity
                       Directors. The course encompasses a broad spectrum of accepted techniques proven to be effective for the residents living in
                       today’s nursing homes. Preparation for the role of Nursing Home Activity Director. Development in appropriate skills, theory,
                       psychology, and record keeping to meet regulatory requirements. Topics include program planning, working in groups,
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                       developing an activities department, and therapeutic techniques. Special attention will be devoted to the latest OBRA
                       regulations regarding the activity department and the paper work required by activity professionals. A structured 90-hour
                       practicum is also included in the course. Students must pass the final exam in order to receive a certificate of completion.
                       Required textbook is available in the College bookstore.

                       PHARMACY TECHNICIAN                                                                                        PHRA 1091
                       This comprehensive 50 hour course will prepare students to enter the pharmacy field and to take the Pharmacy Technician
                       Certification Board’s PTCB exam. Technicians work in hospitals, home infusion pharmacies, community pharmacies and other
                       health care settings - working under the supervision of a registered pharmacist. Course content includes medical terminology
                       specific to the pharmacy, reading and interpreting prescriptions and defining drugs by generic and brand names. Students will
                       learn dosage calculations, I.V flow rates, drug compounding, dose conversions, dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control
                       and billing and reimbursement.

                       PHLEBOTOMY I                                                                                                   PLAB 1023
                       An introductory course designed to provide the phlebotomy student with a theoretical background for the collection of blood
                       specimens. Special handling procedures according to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards will
                       be covered. A minimal amount of actual vein puncture practice will be included. Skill development in the performance of a
                       variety of blood collection methods using proper techniques and universal precautions. Includes vacuum collection devices,
                       syringes, capillary skin puncture, butterfly needles and blood culture, and specimen collection on adults, children, and infants.
                       Emphasis on infection prevention, proper patient identification, labeling of specimens and quality assurance, specimen
                       handling, processing, and accessioning. Topics include professionalism, ethics, and medical terminology. Required textbook
                       is available in the College bookstore. Prerequisite: A High School Diploma or GED and a “Medical Form” are required prior to
                       registering. Call (972) 860-2995 for a Medical Form.

                       PHLEBOTOMY II, CLINICAL PRACTICE                                                                                  PLAB 1060
                       This 120-hour course serves as the clinical practice extension of the Phlebotomy I course. It is designed to provide the student
                       with additional theoretical knowledge while concentrating on the development skills useful in phlebotomy. A health-related
                       work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct
                       supervision is provided by the clinical professional. Students will be assigned to clinical facilities where they will gain a working
                       comprehension of both the technical and procedural aspects of phlebotomy. Students must successfully complete the
                       Phlebotomy I course offered by CVC and all three doses of the Hepatitis B Vaccine prior to registering in this class.
                                                                NEW!
                       PHYSICAL THERAPY AIDE                                                                                           PTHA 1091
                       This comprehensive Physical Therapy Aide course prepares students for the growing field of Physical Therapy. The Physical
                       Therapy Aide is generally responsible for carrying out the non-technical duties of physical therapy, such as preparing treatment
                       areas, ordering devices and supplies, and transporting patients working under the direction of the physical therapist.
                       Furthermore, these workers assist physical therapists in providing services that help improve mobility, relieve pain, and prevent
                       or limit permanent physical disabilities of patients suffering from injuries or disease. Physical Therapy Aides may be employed
                       in nursing homes, hospitals, sports rehabilitation center and some orthopedic clinics.



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                                 PHLEBOTOMY
                                     What is a Phlebotomy Technician?

Phlebotomy is the practice of drawing blood from an individual in order for it to be tested. Phlebotomy
technicians are employed by clinics, hospitals, laboratories, and physician offices. Individuals entering the work
force as a phlebotomy technician, may expect to earn $8 to $10 per hour. These wages should increase with
experience and national certification. Students completing Phlebotomy I and Clinical Phlebotomy will be
prepared to sit for the American Society of Phlebotomy if desired.

In order to receive a Phlebotomy certificate, students must complete all course work. Cedar Valley College is
committed to providing a professional, qualitative program to prepare students for success in the work place.

Prerequisites: In order for a student to register for Phlebotomy I, a High School Diploma or GED and a completed
Medical Form must be submitted at the time of, or, prior to registering. To obtain a medical form, please call




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(972) 860-8210. Medical forms are also available in the Cedar Valley Continuing Education office. Building A 105.

Phlebotomy I                                         48 hours                  $265
Phlebotomy I is a 48 hour course designed to provide the beginning phlebotomy student with a theoretical
and practical background for the collection of blood specimens. Topics of discussion include: Special handling
procedures according to Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards, composition of
blood, medical terminology, test procedures, blood collection equipment, the anatomy and physiology of veins
and arteries, skill development in the performance of a variety of blood collection methods using proper
techniques and universal precautions, and other additional topics. Actual vein puncture practice will be
included. The required textbook for Phlebotomy I is available in the college bookstore.

Phlebotomy II, Clinical Practice                    120 hours                  $375
Prerequisites: Successful completion of Cedar Valley College Phlebotomy I
Students will be required to undergo a drug screening test and criminal background check.
These reports are included in the Clinical Phlebotomy fee.
This 120 hour course serves as the clinical practice extension of the Phlebotomy I course. It is designed to
provide the student with additional theoretical knowledge while concentrating on the development skills useful
in phlebotomy. A health-related work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized
occupational theory, skills, and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional. Students
will be assigned to clinical facilities where they will gain a working comprehension of both the technical and
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                       REAL ESTATE
                       PRINCIPLES I                                                                                         RELE 1001
                       36119   ONLINE           Brown, S.        9/1/08-9/30/08      35/45           Available 24 hours          $130
                       36101   CVB-B112         STAFF            9/3/08-10/8/08      12/45           MW          6:00pm-9:45pm   $117
                       36161   CVB-B112         STAFF            9/5/08-9/28/08      12/45           F           5:00pm-10:00pm $117
                                                                                                     SU          1:00pm-6:00pm
                       36121     ONLINE         Brown, S.        10/1/08-10/31/08    35/45           Available 24 hours          $130
                       36123     ONLINE         Brown, S.        11/1/08-11/30/08    35/45           Available 24 hours          $130
                       36125     ONLINE         Brown, S.        12/1/08-12/31/08    35/45           Available 24 hours          $130

                       PRINCIPLES II                                                                                        RELE 1038
                       36129   ONLINE           Brown, S.        9/1/08-9/30/08      35/45           Available 24 hours          $130
                       36131   ONLINE           Brown, S.        10/1/08-10/31/08    35/45           Available 24 hours          $130
                       36109   CVB-B112         STAFF            10/14/08-11/20/08   12/45           TR          6:00pm-9:45pm   $117
                       36163   CVB-B112         STAFF            10/3/08-10/19/08    9/45            F           5:00pm-10:00pm $117
                                                                                                     SU          1:00pm-6:00pm
                       36165     ONLINE         Brown, S.        11/1/08-11/30/08    35/45           Available 24 hours          $130
                       36167     ONLINE         Brown, S.        12/1/08-12/31/08    35/45           Available 24 hours          $130

                       APPRAISAL                                                                                           RELE 1003
                       36115   CVB-B120         STAFF            10/14/08-11/20/08 12/45             TR         6:00pm-9:45pm   $117

                       FINANCE                                                                                                RELE 1019
                       36153   ONLINE           Brown, S.        9/1/08-9/30/08      35/45           Available 24 hours            $130
                       36155   ONLINE           Brown, S.        10/1/08-10/31/08    35/45           Available 24 hours            $130

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36157        ONLINE           Brown, S.           11/1/08-11/30/08     35/45            Available 24 hours         $130
36159        ONLINE           Brown, S.           12/1/08-12/31/08     35/45            Available 24 hours         $130

INVESTMENT                                                                                                   RELE 1007
36145   ONLINE                Brown, S.           9/1/08-9/30/08       35/45            Available 24 hours        $130
36147   ONLINE                Brown, S.           10/1/08-10/30/08     35/45            Available 24 hours        $130
36149   ONLINE                Brown, S.           11/1/08-11/30/08     35/45            Available 24 hours        $130
36151   ONLINE                Brown, S.           12/1/08-12/31/08     35/45            Available 24 hours        $130

LAW OF AGENCY                                                                                                  RELE 2001
36177   ONLINE                Brown, S.           9/1/08-9/30/08       35/45            Available 24 hours          $130
36105   CVB-B120              STAFF               9/2/08-10/9/08       12/45            TR          6:00pm-9:45pm   $117




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36179   ONLINE                Brown, S.           10/1/08-10/31/08     35/450           Available 24 hours          $130
36117   CVB-B112              STAFF               10/24/08-11/9/08     9/45             F           5:00pm-10:00pm $117
                                                                                        SU          1:00pm-6:00pm
36181        ONLINE           Brown, S.           11/1/08-11/30/08     35/45            Available 24 hours          $130
36183        ONLINE           Brown, S.           12/1/08-12/31/08     35/45            Available 24 hours          $130

LAW OF CONTRACTS                                                                                               RELE 1011
36185   ONLINE                STAFF               9/1/08-9/30/08       35/45            Available 24 hours          $130
36187   ONLINE                Brown, S.           10/1/08-10/31/08     35/45            Available 24 hours          $130
36113   CVB-B112              STAFF               10/13/08-11/19/08    12/45            MW          6:00pm-9:45pm   $117
36189   ONLINE                Brown, S.           11/1/08-11/30/08     35/45            Available 24 hours          $130
36127   CVB-B112              Brown, S.           11/14/08-12/7/08     12/45            F           5:00pm-10:00pm $117
                                                                                        SU          1:00pm-6:00pm
36191        ONLINE           Brown, S.           12/1/08-12/31/08     35/45            Available 24 hours          $130

MARKETING                                                                                                      RELE 1021
36193  ONLINE                 Brown, S.           9/1/08-9/30/08       35/45            Available 24 hours          $130
36195  ONLINE                 Brown, S.           10/1/08-10/31/08     35/45            Available 24 hours          $130
36111  CVC-C221               STAFF               10/13/08-11/19/08    12/45            MW          6:00pm-9:45pm   $117
36133  ONLINE                 Brown, S.           11/1/08-11/30/08     35/45            Available 24 hours          $130
36135  ONLINE                 Brown, S.           12/1/08-12/31/08     35/45            Available 24 hours          $130

MATHEMATICS                                                                                                   RELE 1025
36103  CVC-C221               STAFF               9/3/08-10/8/08       12/45            MW         8:00am-9:45pm   $117

REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE                                                                                         RELE 2031
36107   CVD-D230  STAFF                           9/3/08-10/8/08       12/45            MW         6:00pm-9:45pm   $117

REAL ESTATE COMPUTER APPLICATIONS                                                                            RELE 1023
36137   ONLINE    Daniels     9/1/08-9/30/08                           35/45            Available 24 hours        $130
36139   ONLINE    Daniels     10/1/08-10/31/08                         35/45            Available 24 hours        $130
36141   ONLINE    Daniels     11/1/08-11/30/08                         35/45            Available 24 hours        $130
36143   ONLINE    Daniels     12/1/08-12/31/08                         35/45            Available 24 hours        $130

REAL ESTATE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
PRINCIPLES I                                                                                                 RELE 1001
An overview of licensing as a real estate broker and salesperson, ethics of practice, titles to and conveyance of real estate,
legal descriptions, law of agency, deeds, encumbrances and liens, distinctions between personal and real property, contracts,
appraisal, finance and regulations, closing procedures, and real estate mathematics. Also includes federal, state, and local
laws relating to housing discrimination, housing credit discrimination, and community reinvestment. Required textbook available
in College bookstore.
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                       PRINCIPLES II                                                                                                   RELE 1038
                       A continuation of Principles I: overview of licensing as a real estate broker and salesperson, ethics of practice, titles to and
                       conveyance of real estate, legal descriptions, law of agency, deeds, encumbrances and liens, distinctions between personal
                       and real property, contracts, appraisal, finance and regulations, closing procedures, and real estate mathematics. Also includes
                       federal, state, and local laws relating to housing discrimination, housing credit discrimination, and community reinvestment.
                       Required textbook available in College bookstore.

                       APPRAISAL                                                                                                   RELE 1003
                       A study of the central purposes and functions of an appraisal, social, and economic determinant of value, appraisal case
                       studies, cost, market data and income approaches to value estimates, final correlations, and reporting. Required textbook
                       available in College bookstore.
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                       FINANCE                                                                                                   RELE 1019
                       An overview of the U.S. monetary system, primary and secondary money markets, sources of mortgage loans, federal
                       government programs, loan applications, processes and procedures, closing costs, alternative instruments, laws affecting
                       mortgage lending, and the State Housing Agency.

                       INVESTMENT                                                                                                 RELE 1007
                       Financing, evaluation, and management of real estate investment. Emphasis on real estate investment characteristics,
                       techniques of investment analysis, time-valued money, discounted investment criteria, leverage, and applications to property
                       tax implications of owning real estate.

                       LAW OF AGENCY                                                                                                RELE 2001
                       A study of law of agency including principal-agent and master-servant relationships, the authority of an agent, the termination
                       of an agent’s authority, the fiduciary and other duties of an agent, employment law, deceptive trade practices, listing or buying
                       procedures, and the disclosure of an agency. Required textbook available in College bookstore.

                       LAW OF CONTRACTS                                                                                             RELE 1011
                       This course includes the elements of a contract, offer and acceptance, the statue of frauds, specific performance and remedies
                       for breach, unauthorized practice of law, commission rules relating to use of adopted forms and owner disclosure requirements.
                       Required textbook available in College bookstore.

                       MARKETING                                                                                                     RELE 1021
                       A study of real estate professionalism and ethics; characteristics of successful salespersons; time management; psychology
                       of marketing; listing procedures; advertising; negotiating and closing financing; and the deceptive trade practice act, consumer
                       protection act, and commercial code. Required textbook available in College bookstore.

                       MATHEMATICS                                                                                                  RELE 1025
                       Mathematical logic and basic arithmetic skills including percentages, interest, time-valued money, depreciation, amortization,
                       proration, and estimation of closing statement. Required textbook available in College bookstore.
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                       REAL ESTATE BROKERAGE                                                                                         RELE 2031
                       A study of law of agency, planning and organization, operational policies and procedures, recruiting, selection and training of
                       personnel, records and control, and real estate firm analysis and expansion criteria.
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                       REAL ESTATE COMPUTER APPLICATIONS                             NEW                                                RELE 1023
                       A study of the availability of technology, especially software, and its ability to help a real estate agent become more productive.
                       Includes data base mapping interest and software application.




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  GED
                                                                                2008 GED Testing Dates
                                                                    TEST DATE                     TEST AREA               TIME

                                                                    Monday, Sept. 22              Mandatory Orientation   9:00-10:30 a.m.
                                                                    Tuesday, Sept. 23             Writing                 9:00 a.m.
                                                                    Tuesday, Sept. 23             Math                    12:30 p.m.
                                                                    Wednesday, Sept. 24           Science                 9:00 a.m.
          A STEP In THE RIgHT dIRECTIOn                             Wednesday, Sept. 24
                                                                    Wednesday, Sept. 24
                                                                                                  Social Studies
                                                                                                  Reading
                                                                                                                          11:00 a.m.
                                                                                                                          1:30 p.m.
                                                                    Thursday, Sept. 25            Writing                 9:00 a.m.
                                                                    Thursday, Sept. 25            Math                    12:30 p.m.
                                                                    Friday, Sept. 26              Science                 9:00 a.m.
                                                                    Friday, Sept. 26              Social Studies          11:00 a.m.
                                                                    Friday, Sept. 26              Reading                 1:30 p.m.




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                                                                    Monday, Oct. 27               Mandatory Orientation   9:00-10:30 a.m.
                                                                    Tuesday, Oct. 28              Writing                 9:00 a.m.
                                                                    Tuesday, Oct. 28              Math                    12:30 p.m.
                                                                    Wednesday, Oct. 29            Science                 9:00 a.m.
                                                                    Wednesday, Oct. 29            Social Studies          11:00 a.m.
                                                                    Wednesday, Oct. 29            Reading                 1:30 p.m.
    PROVE what you know... TAKE THE GED!                            Thursday, Oct. 30             Writing                 9:00 a.m.
                                                                    Thursday,Oct. 30              Math                    12:30 p.m.
                                                                    Friday, Oct. 31               Science                 9:00 a.m.
 Since 1949, an estimated 15.4 million adults worldwide             Friday, Oct. 31               Social Studies          11:00 a.m.
 have taken and passed the GED tests and earned their               Friday, Oct. 31               Reading                 1:30 p.m.
 credentials. Worldwide,more than 860,000 adults take the
 GED test every year. IS THIS YOUR YEAR? Enrolling in one           Monday, Nov. 17               Mandatory Orientation   9:00-10:30 a.m.
 of the Cedar Valley College’s GED preparation courses              Tuesday,Nov. 18               Writing                 9:00 a.m.
                                                                    Tuesday, Nov. 18              Math                    12:30 p.m.
 will prepare you to successfully pass the GED examination
                                                                    Wednesday, Nov. 19            Science                 9:00 a.m.
 tests. Or, you can prepare for the test by studying on your        Wednesday, Nov. 19            Social Studies          11:00 a.m.
 own. Once you are ready, you can register to take the              Wednesday, Nov. 19            Reading                 1:30 p.m.
 official GED test at the
 CEdAR VAllEY COllEgE CEnTER at CEdAR HIll.                                  Cedar Valley College Center at Cedar Hill
                                                                                           207 N. Cannady Drive
      For complete class and test date information call                                     Cedar Hill, TX 75104
                      972.860.7800.
                                                                                                 972-860-7800



STANDARDIZED TEST PREPARATION
GED PRACTICE TEST                                                                                                  DLEZ 1000
32095  CHC-101    Alexander, C.                    8/25/08-11/3/08        1/3             M             1:00pm-4:00pm   $25

GED PREPARATION                                                                                                    DLEZ 1000
32096   CVB-B111              STAFF                9/6/08-11/8/08         10/30           S             9:00am-12:00pm $85

GED PREPARATION I                                                                                               DLEZ 1000
32098   CHC-104               Taylor, R.           9/2/08-10/9/08     12/30               TR         9:30am-12:00pm $85
32090     CHC-101                Taylor, R.         9/5/08-10/13/08 14/30 MF              6:00pm-8:30pm $85

GED PREPARATION II                                                                                                 DLEZ 1000
32099   CHC-101    Taylor, R.                      10/14/08-11/20/08 12/30                TR            9:30am-12:00pm $85
32091   CHC-104    Taylor, R.                      10/17/08-11/24/08 14/30                MF            6:00pm-8:30pm   $85

GED READING PREPARATION                                                                                            DLEZ 1000
32093  CHC-104    STAFF                            10/20/08-10/31/08 10/20                MTWRF         3:00pm-5:00pm   $75

GED WRITING PREPARATION                                                                                            DLEZ 1000
32094   CHC-104   STAFF                            11/3/08-11/14/08       10/20           MTWRF         3:00pm-5:00pm   $75


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                       PREPARACION PARA GED                                                                                            DLEZ 1000
                       32097  CVD-D226   Smith, A.                       9/30/08-11/6/08      8/30            TR         TBA                $85

                       GED MATH PREPARATION                                                                                         DLEZ 1000
                       32092  CHC-104    STAFF                           10/6/08-10/17/08     10/20           MTWRF      3:00pm-5:00pm   $75


                       STANDARDIZED TEST PREPARATION COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                       GED PRACTICE TEST                                                                                           DLEZ 1000
                       Not sure if you’re ready to take the GED test? These authentic paper and pencil assessments, developed and normed side-
                       by-side with the actual GED tests, provide you with the truest picture of your readiness and the most accurate predictor of
                       scores.
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                       GED PREPARATION                                                                                                 DLEZ 1000
                       The objective for this course is to provide a structured learning environment to assist in the preparation for the General
                       Educational Development (GED) test. Students in this course will work in a classroom setting on a reading, writing, science,
                       social studies, and math improvement curriculum based on their individual needs to prepare them for passing the GED test.
                       This class is designed for persons who are at a ninth-grade level or above. Required textbook is available in the College
                       bookstore.

                       GED PREPARATION I                                                                                              DLEZ 1000
                       This preparatory class provides developmental reading and math instruction to help build a solid foundation for those taking
                       the GED exam. The class will cover critical thinking skills and guided practice in all five subject areas. Students that struggled
                       while in school, English as a second language learners, or those requiring more in-depth instruction should enroll in Level I.
                       This class is designed for persons who are at an eight grade reading level or above. Textbook is required.

                       GED PREPARATION II                                                                                          DLEZ 1000
                       This comprehensive class will provide a basic review of the knowledge and skills needed to pass the GED exam. Emphasis is
                       placed on content area knowledge, reading comprehension, writing fluency, and higher order thinking skills for all five subject
                       areas. Students will receive a pre-assessment, targeted practice exercises and test taking strategies to help improve their
                       GED scores. This class is designed for persons who are at the twelfth-grade reading level or above. Textbook is required

                       GED READING PREPARATION                                                                                      DLEZ 1000
                       This 20-hour refresher course is for students that need help specifically with the Verbal parts of the GED exam. This
                       comprehensive course will focus on English literature, grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, science and social
                       studies. Textbook is required.

                       GED WRITING PREPARATION                                                                                         DLEZ 1000

                       PREPARACION PARA GED                                                                                 DLEZ 1000
                       Este es curso de repaso intensivo para el examen de GED mathematicas y verbal. Se requiere libro: GED en Español.

                       GED MATH PREPARATION                                                                                     DLEZ 1000
                       This refresher course in the math section of the GED exam covers whole numbers, decimals, fractions, units of measure,
                       ratios, percentages, algebraic expressions and signed numbers geometry. Test taking procedures will be practiced.
                       Textbook required.




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PERSONAL INTEREST
KARATE (AGES 8-ADULT)                                                                                     PHEZ 1000
38019   CVG-G101   Shepperd, J.                  9/2/08-11/18/08      12/30            T       7:00pm-9:00pm   $48

BASIC HAND SEWING                                                                                         HECZ 1000
38021   CVB-B126  Upadhyaya, M.                  10/11/08-11/22/08 7/7                 S       11:30am-12:30pm $25

BASKETBALL, INTERMEDIATE                                                                                  PHEZ 1000
39017  CVG-G114   Weintraub, A.                  8/26/08-12/11/08     32/48            TR      12:30pm-1:50pm $39

BASKETBALL/VOLLEYBALL, BEGINNING                                                                          PHEZ 1000
39001  CVG-G114  Weintraub, A. 8/26/08-12/11/08                       32/48            TR      12:30pm-1:50pm $39

BUILDING WEALTH                                                                                           BUSZ 1000
38005   CVC-TBA              Freeman, W.         9/27/08              1/3              S       9:30am-12:30pm $14

COOKING ESSENTIALS                                                                                        HECZ 1000
38027  DESOTO FIRE                               9/18/08-10/23/08     6/18             R       6:00pm-9:00pm   $65

FINE ARTS APPRECIATION                                                                                    HUMZ 1000
39145    CVB-B112  STAFF                         8/25/08-12/8/08      32/48            MW      12:30pm-1:50pm $117
39149    CVB-B110  STAFF                         8/26/08-12/9/08      32/48            TR      12:30pm-1:50pm $117
39147    CVB-B126  STAFF                         8/26/08-12/9/08      32/48            TR      9:30am-10:50am $117
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                       FITNESS, INTERMEDIATE                                                                          PHEZ 1000
                       39021     CVC-CVLRC Harper, T.            8/25/08-12/8/08    16/48           M      5:45pm-7:05pm   $39

                       FLORAL DESIGN I                                                                                FMKT 1091
                       32066   CVCH-106         Swanger, B.      9/8/08-10/13/08    6/18            M      6:00pm-9:00pm   $75

                       FLORAL DESIGN II                                                                               FMKT 1091
                       32067   CH106            Swanger, B.      11/3/08-12/8/08    6/12            M      6:00pm-9:00pm   $60

                       GOLF, BEGINNING                                                                                PHEZ 1000
                       35001   CVOC-LP&R STAFF                   9/9/08-10/2/08     8/24            TR     6:00pm-9:00pm   $99
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                       HOME COOKING FOR THE WORKING FAMILY                                                            HECZ 1000
                       38033  Desoto Fire STAFF     10/11/08-10/25/08 3/9                           S      9:00am-12:00pm $50

                       INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH COMMUNICATION                                                           SPCZ 1000
                       39129  CVD-D206    STAFF     8/27/08-12/8/08                 15/48           M      5:45pm-8:35pm   $117
                       39127  CVD-D206    Owens, S. 8/30/08-12/6/08                 15/48           S      9:00am-12:05pm $117

                       PHYSICAL FITNESS, BEGINNING                                                                    PHEZ 1000
                       39023   CV-CVLRC    Harper, T.            8/25/08-12/8/08    16/48           M      5:45pm-7:05pm   $39

                       PIANO, ADULT I                                                                                 MUAZ 1000
                       38051    CVE-E225        Johnson, H.      9/9/08-11/25/08    12/15           T      7:00pm-8:00pm   $91

                       REIKI, LEVEL I                                                                                 HLTZ 1000
                       38035     CVC-TBA        Upadhyaya, M.    10/11/08-11/22/08 7/14             S      9:00am-11:00am $149

                       SWING OUT, BEGINNING                                                                           DANZ 1000
                       36016   CVC-TBA    Lady Champagne 10/20/08-11/26/08 12/4                     MW     7:00pm-8:00pm   $75
                       36014   CVC-TBA    Lady Champagne 9/8/08-10/15/08   12/4                     MW     8:00pm-9:00pm   $75
                       36012   CVC-TBA    Lady Champagne 9/8/08-10/15/08   12/4                     MW     7:00pm-8:00pm   $75

                       SWING OUT, INTERMEDIATE                                                                        DANZ 1000
                       36018   CVC-TBA                           10/20/08-11/26/08 12/4             MW     8:00pm-9:00pm   $75

                       WEIGHT TRAINING, BEGINNING                                                                     PHEZ 1000
                       39019   CV-CVLRC   Harper, T.             8/25/08-12/8/08    16/48           M      5:45pm-7:05pm   $39
                       39007   CVG-G107   Weintraub, A.          8/26/08-12/9/08    16/48           T      11:00am-12:20pm $39
                       39005   CVG-G107   Harper, T.             8/27/08-12/10/08   16/48           W      11:00am-12:20pm $39
                       39003   CVG-G107   Harper, T.             8/27/08-12/10/08   16/48           W      9:30am-10:50am $39
                       39009   CVG-G107   Harper, T.             8/29/08-12/5/08    15/48           F      9:00am-11:50am $39

                       WEIGHT TRAINING, INTERMEDIATE                                                                  PHEZ 1000
                       39013   CVG-G107    Harper, T.            8/27/08-12/10/08   16/48           W      9:30am-10:50am $39
                       39015   CVG-G107    Harper, T.            8/27/08-12/11/08   16/48           W      11:00am-12:20pm $39

                       YOU’RE ON THE AIR - VOICE OVERS                                                                DRAZ 1000
                       35002   ONLINE                  11/3/08                      1/1.5           M      7:00pm-10:00pm $20

                       ADVANCED DESIGN PHOTOGRAPHY                                                                    ARTZ 1000
                       39139  CVD-D214   STAFF     8/26/08-12/11/08                 32/96           TR     12:30pm-2:20pm $117



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ART APPRECIATION                                                                                            ARTZ 1000
39145   CVE-E114               Epstein, M.         8/26/08-12/11/08     32/48           TR       11:00am-12:20pm $117
39143   CVE-E114               Brodnax, R.         8/26/08-12/11/08     32/48           TR       9:30am-10:50am $117

CERAMICS I                                                                                                  ARTZ 1000
39133  CVE-E114                Epstein, M.         8/25/08-12/10/08     32/96           MW       5:45pm-8:30pm   $117
39131  CVE-E114                STAFF               8/29/08-12/5/08      15/96           F        9:00am-3:00pm   $117

CERAMICS II                                                                                                 ARTZ 1000
39135  CVE-E114                Epstein, M.         8/25/08-12/10/08     32/96           MW       5:45pm-8:30pm   $117
39137  CVE-E114                STAFF               8/29/08-12/5/08      15/96           F        9:00am-3:00pm   $117




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EVENT VIDEOGRAPHY                                                                                           FLMC 1002
35012    CVC-TBA  Visual Juice                     9/16/08-9/25/08      4/8             TR       7:00pm-9:00pm   $45

INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES                                                                                     HRPZ 1000
32007   CHC-TBA    STAFF                           9/23/08-10/16/08     8/20            TR       6:00pm-8:30pm   $132

PHOTOGRAPHY I                                                                                               ARTZ 1000
39141  CVD-D214                STAFF               8/26/08-12/11/08     32/96           TR       9:30am-12:30pm $117

PERSONAL INTEREST COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
KARATE (AGES 8-ADULT)                                                                                          PHEZ 1000
Make it a family night. Register your child (ages 5-7) as well. See children section of schedule for more information. This
combined class will teach you routines in TAE KWON DO. The history and philosophy of the martial arts are explored. The
mental and physical aspects of the arts are stressed. Various forms of self-defense are introduced. The instructor will provide
information on uniforms the first night of class.
                                   NEW!
BASIC HAND SEWING                                                                                             HECZ 1000
This class will introduce the beginner to embroidery and basic stitches for clothing repair and decoration. You can learn a skill
that will put an end to expensive alterations at the dry cleaners.

BASKETBALL, INTERMEDIATE                                                                                    PHEZ 1000
Basic skills and techniques are refined beyond the beginner level. Analysis and practice of shooting, passing, dribbling, team
play, strategies, and competitive play covered. Course emphasis is placed on the development and preparation for participa-
tion on an intercollegiate team. Equipment is furnished.

BASKETBALL/VOLLEYBALL, BEGINNING                                                                               PHEZ 1000
Basic basketball and volleyball skills are taught. Rules, game strategies and competitive activities are included.
                                   !
                              NEW
BUILDING WEALTH                                                                                              BUSZ 1000
Wealth is really what you own and control, not how much you have in your pockets. The wealth building seminar is designed
to teach individuals how to build wealth from the inside out. Presenters will discuss the “Rule of 72, budgeting compound
interest and getting out of debt.
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                                    NEW
COOKING ESSENTIALS                                                                                             HECZ 1000
This course is designed to teach essential cooking skills in a casual, fun and information packed format. Each week, students
will study approachable cooking methods, concepts, preparation tips, and technical skills that are fundamental to becoming a
confidant and creative home cook. Students will have the opportunity to fully participate in the preparation of the recipes that
are presented each week. Class will conclude with good conversation and a sharing of cooking experiences as everyone sits
down together to enjoy coffee and dessert. Each class also includes basic baking , as students learn how to prepare simple
and delicious home style desserts. Join us in the kitchen to begin the delicious adventure that is: home cooking!


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                       FINE ARTS APPRECIATION                                                                                         HUMZ 1000
                       This course is designed as an introduction to the Arts: such as (but not limited to) Music, Visual, Architecture, Theatre, Dance,
                       and Cinematic. This course focuses on the study and appreciation of the fine and performing arts and the ways in which they
                       reflect the values of civilizations.

                       FITNESS, INTERMEDIATE                                                                                          PHEZ 1000
                       Basic skills and techniques of fitness-related activities are developed beyond the beginner level.

                       FLORAL DESIGN I                                                                                               FMKT 1091
                       Principles of floral art with an emphasis in commercial design. Topics address recently identified current events, skills,
                       knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional
                       development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency. Topics
                       include basic design styles and color harmonies, identification, use, processing of cut flowers and foliages, mechanical aids
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                       and containers, personal flowers, holiday designs, and plant identification and care. Prepare for a career in the floral industry
                       and create professional masterpieces. Learn to identify and design styles; use florist’s tools and supplies, prepare containers,
                       process and preserve fresh flowers and greenery, and prepare hand bouquets and corsages. Students provide supplies at an
                       average cost of $25 weekly.

                       FLORAL DESIGN II                                                                                           FMKT 1091
                       Students will employ principles and elements of design to plan and create arrangements for specific occasions, selecting
                       appropriate materials, containers and accessories.




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                                                    NEW
                       GOLF, BEGINNING                                                                                                 PHEZ 1000
                       This 24 hour course is for the beginner golfer. Equipment will be supplied if needed. The instructor is a certified PGA
                       professional. Course topics include rules and etiquette of golf, proper stance, swing and posture and will be based on the PGA
                       First Swing Program. This class will be held at Lancaster’s Country View Country Club, 240 W. Beltline Road,
                       Lancaster, Texas..


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HOME COOKING FOR THE WORKING FAMILY                                                        NEW             HECZ 1000
Do the kids meet you at the door asking “What’s for dinner?” After a long day at work, cooking dinner may be the last thing on
your mind. The solution to this stressful dilemma is to be prepared. Learn how to prepare and cook meals for a full week
during the weekend and enjoy peaceful relaxing evenings with your family.

INTRODUCTION TO SPEECH COMMUNICATION                                                                    SPCZ 1000
Theory and practice of speech communication behavior in one-to-one, small group, and public communication situations are
introduced. Students learn more about themselves, improve skills in communicating with others, and prepare and deliver
formal public speeches.

PHYSICAL FITNESS, BEGINNING                                                                                     PHEZ 1000
Students are introduced to wellness related concepts and activities for the purpose of gaining knowledge and skills necessary
to evaluate personal fitness level and to develop a personal lifelong fitness program. Activities include, but are not limited to:




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aerobics, circuit training, muscular development, flexibility, agility exercises, weight training and body composition.

PIANO, ADULT I                                                                                            MUAZ 1000
This course will provide a basic learning experience where keyboard skills can be developed. Fundamental music knowledge,
rhythm and note recognition is taught though classroom theory presentations, ensemble work and individual assignments. It is
recommended that students have access to a piano for practice. Required textbook is available in the college bookstore.

REIKI, LEVEL I                                                                                                   HLTZ 1000
Ready to get rid of your anxiety and tension? Come to this class and learn how to tap into the abundant “Life Force Energy”
and help yourself relax, get restorative sleep and a feeling of well being. Reiki is the universal life force energy that can help
you heal yourself and help others heal. This course covers the history, principles and techniques of Reike. Also includes Reiki
hand positions, processes and how to give treatment.




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                                      NEW
SWING OUT, BEGINNING                                                                                         DANZ 1000
Never danced? Always standing on the wall at a party? Are you rhythmically challenged? You need “swing” in your life! Join
our new beginner dance class and learn the six basic steps of swing out dancing. This fun-filled energetic class is designed for
the individual who has never been smooth on your feet or the dance floor. No longer will you have to drop it like it’s hot!
Become the smooth classy dancer you’ve always dreamed of. This six week course will teach you six basic steps in six weeks
to prepare you for our next class which is couple dancing (intermediate class). No partner required. See you on the dance
floor!
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                       SWING OUT, INTERMEDIATE                                                                                         DANZ 1000
                       After a quick review of the basics of swing out dancing, this class is designed to teach you how to put all of the steps together
                       to form a delightful dance for couples. This course will focus on partnership (leading/following) and rhythm will put the novice
                       dancer at ease. We will teach you six patterns in six weeks (one per week). Partners are not required but welcomed. See you
                       on the dance floor!

                       WEIGHT TRAINING, BEGINNING                                                                                  PHEZ 1000
                       Instruction in weight training and conditioning techniques are stressed. Emphasis is placed on muscular strength and
                       endurance.

                       WEIGHT TRAINING, INTERMEDIATE                                                                                    PHEZ 1000
                       Skills and instruction in weight training techniques are developed beyond the beginner level.
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                       YOU’RE ON THE AIR - VOICE OVERS                                                                                    DRAZ 1000
                       Voice-Overs are hot today! You don’t have to be an actor to get voice-over work, but it certainly doesn’t hurt! With such notable
                       talent as James Earl Jones, Linda Hunt and Donald Sutherland lending their voices to commercials, films and videos, one
                       would think that it would be next to impossible to break into this field. Not so! You’ll learn about an exciting, new way to get
                       around the competition and actually turn voice-overs into a thriving full or part time business! Dan Levine (commercial produc-
                       er and Tony Award nominated Broadway Composer) will discuss the voice-over business as a whole, the numerous opportuni-
                       ties the incredible income potential, and will discuss the all important “demo” and how to have it produced. You’ll step up to
                       the mic and do some practice recording, and best of all, you’ll hear the results! Dan Levine, Tony Award nominated composer
                       of the Broadway Musical Anna Karenina, and composer/producer of the current CDS for Dionne Warwick, Leslie Uggams,
                       and others, has produced hundreds of commercials and has received numerous awards, including a CLIO for The American
                       Cancer Society Anti-Smoking campaign. Dan Levine teaches this popular course around the country, and many of his students
                       can now be heard on the air doing commercials, talk shows, traffic reports, etc.

                       ADVANCED DESIGN PHOTOGRAPHY                                                                                   ARTZ 1000
                       This course will focus on two- or three-dimensional projects in a special topics area. Emphasis is on individual expression.
                       This course may be repeated if topics and learning outcomes vary.

                       ART APPRECIATION                                                                                                  ARTZ 1000
                       Films, lectures, slides, and discussions focus on the theoretical, cultural, and historical aspects of the visual arts. Emphasis is
                       on the development of visual and aesthetic awareness.

                       CERAMICS I                                                                                                      ARTZ 1000
                       This course, offered in conjunction with the credit course, focuses on the building of pottery forms by coil, slab, and use of the
                       wheel. Glazing and firing are also included. Class size is limited.

                       CERAMICS II                                                                                                     ARTZ 1000
                       This course, offered in conjunction with the credit course, focuses on the building of pottery forms by coil, slab, and use of the
                       wheel. Glazing and firing are also included. Class size is limited.
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                       EVENT VIDEOGRAPHY                                                                                              FLMC 1002
                       This video production course provides participants with hands on training in shooting videos, editing, lighting and staging the
                       on site locations for events such as weddings, family reunions, sporting events and testimonials. Instructor will also provide
                       brief discussion of legal and ethical considerations. This course is taught by Visual Juice is an award winning full-service
                       communications group, which produces innovative and effective visual programming that delivers a high impact message.
                       Supplies that students are required to provided: Consumer video camera, and Tripod




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INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES                                      NEW                                                 HRPZ 1000
Don’t start the interview process before you are ready, you must be prepared to get the job. So, when you have landed an
interview for a that wonderful job! Successful interviewing will be essential in order for you to lock in an offer. Here are some
tips and strategies for effective interviewing from preparation through delivery. Let’s start with an overview of the keys to
positive interviewing. Participants will gain knowledge how to avoid some of the common mistakes of typical when
interviewing. Our HR professional will give students a mock interview to aid them in developing proper interviewing
techniques.

PHOTOGRAPHY I                                                                                             ARTZ 1000
Creative use of the camera is studied. Photosensitive materials are examined as a means of making expressive graphic
images. Emphasis is on black and white processing and printing techniques. Required textbook available in College book-
store.




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CHILDREN & YOUTH
PIANO CLASS (AGES 6-12)                                                                                      CHLZ 1000
38053   CVE-E225    Johnson, H.                    9/8/08-11/24/08      12/12            M        5:00pm-6:00pm   $91
38055   CVE-E225    Johnson, H.                    9/8/08-11/24/08      12/12            M        6:00pm-7:00pm   $91
38057   CVE-E225    Johnson, H.                    9/8/08-11/24/08      12/12            M        7:00pm-8:00pm   $91
38059   CVE-E225    Johnson, H.                    9/9/08-11/25/08      12/12            T        5:00pm-6:00pm   $91
38061   CVE-E225    Johnson, H.                    9/9/08-11/25/08      12/12            T        6:00pm-7:00pm   $91
38041   CVE-E225    Johnson, H.                    9/10/08-11/26/08     12/12            W        7:00pm-8:00pm   $91
38039   CVE-E225    Johnson, H.                    9/10/08-11/26/08     12/12            W        6:00pm-7:00pm   $91
38037   CVE-E225    Johnson, H.                    9/10/08-11/26/08     12/12            W        5:00pm-6:00pm   $91

KARATE: DEFENDING AGAINST THE BULLY (AGES 5-8)                                           CHLZ 1000
38043   CVG-G101   Shepperd, J. 9/2/08-11/18/08 12/15                                    T       6:00pm-7:00pm         $40

CHILDREN & YOUTH COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
PIANO CLASS (AGES 6-12)                                                                                   CHLZ 1000
This course will provide a basic learning experience where keyboard skills can be developed. Fundamental music knowl-
edge, rhythm and note recognition is taught through classroom theory presentations, ensemble work and individual assign-
ments. It is recommended that students have access to a piano for practice. Required textbook is available in the college
bookstore; however, please attend first class prior to purchasing a textbook. This class may be repeated.

KARATE: DEFENDING AGAINST THE BULLY (AGES 5-8)                                                                CHLZ 1000
Tae Kwon Do, a Korean martial art form of self-defense is presented in this course. Karate consists basically of punching,
striking, and kicking techniques. An excellent course to develop coordination, balance, flexibility, and mental and physical
concentration. A karate uniform will be needed and can be purchased from the instructor. Register children (ages 8 and up)
as well. See the Sports/Recreation of this schedule for more information.

SENIORS (55 - OLDER)
COMPUTER BASICS FOR SENIORS                                                                                  SRCZ 1000
32011  CHC-121    Taylor, R.                       9/16/08-9/25/08      6/12             TWR      9:30am-11:30am $36

EBAY BASICS FOR SENIORS                                                                                      SRCZ 1000
32016   CVC-TBA    STAFF                           11/1/08              1/4              S        9:00am-1:00pm   $25

EXPERIENCE AT WORK CERTIFICATE                                                                               SRCZ 1000
32014   CHC-121   STAFF       8/19/08-9/4/08                            6/18             TR       1:00pm-4:00pm   $50


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                       MICROSOFT WORD FOR SENIORS                                                                                 SRCZ 1000
                       32013  CHC-101   Taylor, R.                       11/4/08-11/13/08    6/12           TWR        9:30am-11:30am $36

                       PROTECTING AGAINST IDENTITY THEFT                                                                          SRCZ 1000
                       32010  CHC-104    Norton, B.   10/3/08                                1/4            F          9:00am-1:00pm   $20

                       SPANISH FOR SENIORS                                                                                        SRCZ 1000
                       32017   CHC-104    Smith, A.                      10/3/08-11/7/08     6/12           F          1:00pm-3:00pm   $45

                       SENIORS NEXT STEP COMPUTING FOR SENIORS                                                                    SRCZ 1000
                       32012   CHC-101    Taylor, R. 10/7/08-10/16/08                        6/12           TWR        9:30am-11:30am $36

                       SWIMMING, INTERMEDIATE FOR 65+                                                                             PHEZ 1000
CONTINUING EDUCATION




                       39011  CVOC-TBA    Zepeda, L.  8/26/08-12/11/08                       32/48          TR         10:30am-11:50am $39

                       SENIORS (55 - OLDER) COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                       COMPUTER BASICS FOR SENIORS                                                                                 SRCZ 1000
                       This is your gateway into the wonderful world of technology! In this overview you will “tour” hardware components, operating
                       systems and common application categories. You will also learn the three vital requirements for your computer’s security.
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                       EBAY BASICS FOR SENIORS                                                                                         SRCZ 1000
                       Ready to enter the extraordinary world of eBay? This class will teach you how to save lots of money on your purchases. Come
                       learn the fundamentals of using eBay to buy what you are looking for. Learn how simple and secure it is to register on eBay
                       and Pay Pal to find, buy and pay for your purchases quickly, and safely. Learn the best tips to quickly research the entire eBay
                       marketplace to find the specific product you want, at the price you want, how to best position yourself to win the auction, and
                       what to do after you win! You will also set up your eBay account (it’s free). By the end of this session you will understand the
                       meaning and function of eBay terms and mistakes to avoid. There are nearly 4 million items sold on eBay each day, so come
                       along and join the fun!
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                       EXPERIENCE AT WORK CERTIFICATE                                                                               SRCZ 1000
                       Gain valuable new skills and experience that can help you secure meaningful employment or provide valuable services to the
                       community. The Experience Works program will provide workforce and job readiness training for Senior Adults 55 and older.
                       This program is for Senior Adults that want to remain active and desire to continue making a contribution to the community.

                       MICROSOFT WORD FOR SENIORS                                                                                   SRCZ 1000
                       Learn how to edit, create, print and store documents using your home computer. This class will cover basic word
                       processing terminology, toolbar functions and text formatting. Participants can practice their keyboarding skills while
                       improving their computer literacy.

                       NEXT STEP COMPUTING FOR SENIORS                                                                            SRCZ 1000
                       If you understand basic computer operations such as how to turn on/off a computer; how to use a keyboard and mouse; and
                       how to store and retrieve data, then you are ready for Next Step Computing for Seniors. This class provides continued study
                       of computer terminology and technology to help you become comfortable with software applications and program executions.
                       Computer technology is changing everyday. Take the Next Step in learning so that you can keep up with changing technology.
                       The class size is limited to allow time for questions and individualized help.

                       PROTECTING AGAINST IDENTITY THEFT                                                                               SRCZ 1000
                       Be pro-active! This 4-hour class is a must have for anyone concerned with protecting their good name and credit history from
                       identity thieves. This course covers numerous areas of identity theft to include types of identity crime, current trends, legal
                       aspects of the crime and the recommended law enforcement response to the type of crime.




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SPANISH FOR SENIORS                                                                                           SRCZ 1000
This beginning Spanish class is designed to introduce Spanish speaking skills in a fun, non threatening environment.
Oral activities will focus on greetings, common daily activities, current events, information exchange, and cultural
understanding. Participants will begin to develop creative conversational ability through the practice of basic grammar,
vocabulary, pronunciation and sentence structure. Upon completion, participants will be able to use Spanish to greet
visitors, gather personal data, receive phone calls, and make simple requests.

SWIMMING, INTERMEDIATE FOR 65+                                                                                PHEZ 1000
This class is a shallow water workout designed for individuals 65 and older. The class will be held at the Grace Presbyterian
Retirement Village.




                                                                                                                                   CONTINUING EDUCATION
                                            Prospective Instructors
    The Continuing Education Division welcomes course proposals from prospective instructors. Our instructors are part
    time contractors that are encouraged to develop course curriculum and provide instruction in their areas of expertise. We
    currently are accepting proposals for our Spring 2009 session, which runs January through May. We accept proposals
    for all program areas.

    To have your classes considered, please mail or fax your resume or summary of your qualifications and one proposal
    form for each class being proposed.Please submit to:

    Rose Blair
    Director of Corporate and Community Development
    Cedar Valley College
    3030 N. Dallas Avenue
    Lancaster, Texas 75134

    Phone: 972.860.2995
    Fax: 972.860.2941
    Email: rblair@dcccd.edu

    Visit our website at www.cedarvalleycollege.edu/CE
    and go to Perspective Instructors for the required Course Proposal form.

    Note: Course/Program Proposals are due by April 30th for consideration for the Fall semester, by August 30th for the
    Spring semester, and by January 30th for the Summer semester.




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                                                                 FALL 2008
                                                         CEDAR HILL CENTER CLASSES
                       BUSINESS
                       BASIC PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN RESOURCES FOR SMALL BUSINESS                                                      HRPO 1091
                       32003    CHC        STAFF     9/9/08-9/18/08 4/10  T                                             6:00pm-8:30pm   $54

                       CUSTOMER SERVICE TRAINING                                                                                   BUSG 1005
                       33212  CHC-121    Greenleaf, O.                  9/20/08-10/11/08     4/24            S          9:00am-4:00pm   $149

                       PROJECT MANAGEMENT                                                                                          BMGT 1021
                       32063   CVCH-101 STAFF                           10/27/08-10/30/08 4/24               MTWR       9:00am-4:00pm  $480

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                       BASIC PRINCIPLES OF HUMAN RESOURCES FOR SMALL BUSINESS                                                          HRPO 1091
                       Many small business owners often focus on generating income, but do not spend enough time hiring and retain their staff.
                       Come join us in learning how to prepare managers and business owners to handle basic human resource functions in a way
                       that will assure the best possible result. We will look at hiring process and locating quality employees in a competitive labor
                       market. Emphasizes employee rights and the legal aspects of human resources.
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CUSTOMER SERVICE TRAINING                                                                                    BUSG 1005
Topics address general principles of customer service including skills, knowledge, attitudes, and behaviors pertinent to the
professional development of the student. This course is designed to teach students about fostering positive attitudes;
recognizing and dealing with customer turnoffs; dealing with dissatisfied customers; exceeding customer expectations; using
behaviors that wins customer loyalty; getting others to give great service; applying winning telephone, e-mail, and Web site
techniques; using written messages; and understanding the one-to-one customer future.

PROJECT MANAGEMENT                                                                                             BMGT 1021
This comprehensive project management workshop is an intensive, hands-on course providing project managers with the
skills, knowledge and tools to be successful. This workshop provides sound techniques for planning, estimating, tracking and
controlling projects. Throughout the course, attendees participate in realistic simulations that enhance their skills. The class is
designed for project team members, business analysts, project managers, project team leads and anyone that needs to better




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manage projects in the workplace.

SMALL BUSINESS
BUSINESS PLAN WRITING                                                                                        BUSG 1025
33208   CHC-121    Asante, Y.                      10/18/08-10/25/08 2/8                 S        9:00am-1:00pm   $125

HOW TO GROW YOUR EXISTING BUSINESS                                                                           BUSG 1024
33206   CHC-121  Greenleaf, O. 9/11/08-12/4/08                          13/36            R        6:00pm-9:00pm   $299

HOW TO START YOUR OWN BUSINESS                                                                               BUSG 1024
33204   CHC-121   Greenleaf, O. 9/9/08-12/2/08                          13/36            T        6:00pm-9:00pm   $299

THE ENTREPRENEUR BUSINESS TRAINING                                                                           BUSG 1091
33202   CHC-121   Greenleaf, O. 9/13/08-10/25/08                        7/28             S        9:00am-1:00pm   $199

SMALL BUSINESS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
BUSINESS PLAN WRITING                                                                                           BUSG 1025
Need to write a business plan, but don’t know where to begin and how much to include, this seminar is for you. An overview of
the various components of an effective Business Plan will be outlined. Discuss the pros and cons of writing the plan yourself,
hiring a “professional” and the cost involved as well as the various software available for free on-lone or through purchase. How
to develop a business plan for a small business start-up or expansion that can be submitted to a financial institution or used for
implementation. Emphasis on importance of the plan, components, format, and considerations.

HOW TO GROW YOUR EXISTING BUSINESS                                                                        BUSG 1024
Learn how to grow your business using the FastTrac Growth Venture training. Gain insight into operating and owning your
own business. Learn business planning, capital formation, marketing planning, tax compliance, insurance and legal planning.

HOW TO START YOUR OWN BUSINESS                                                                             BUSG 1024
Learn how to start your own business using the FastTrac New Venture training. Gain insight into operating and owning your
own business. Learn business planning, capital formation, marketing planning, tax compliance, insurance and legal planning.
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THE ENTREPRENEUR BUSINESS TRAINING                                                                         BUSG 1091
The course will provide you with a broad overview of importance business topics such as: HR basics, legal entity formation,
branding, accounting methods, taxation, customer service, advertising and marketing, etc. This is a must for any business
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                       PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
                       ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES TECHNICIAN                                                                           CHHS 1091
                       32040  CHC-104   Staff       9/8/08-9/19/08                           10/20           MTWRF      6:00pm-8:00pm   $199

                       EVENT PLANNING I                                                                                            TRVM 1091
                       32068   CHC-104             Staff                9/16/08-10/2/08      6/12            TR         6:00pm-8:00pm   $79

                       EVENT PLANNING II                                                                                           TRVM 1091
                       32069   CHC-101 Staff                            10/7/08-10/23/08     6/12            TR         6:00pm-8:00pm   $79

                       FOOD SERVICE PROTECTION                                                                                     RSTO 1041
                       32001   CHC       Williams, C.                   9/12/08-10/2/08      4/16            TR         6:00pm-10:00pm $100
CONTINUING EDUCATION




                       OSHA TRAINING                                                                                               OSHT 1015
                       32064   CHC-102               Morgan, J.         12/3/08-12/4/08      2/12            WR         9:00am-4:00pm   $200

                       OSHT TRAINING, CONSTRUCTION SPECIFIC                                                                        OSHT 1015
                       32065   CVC-TBA    Morgan, J. 9/10/08-9/11/08                         2/12            WR         9:00am-4:00pm   $200

                       RECERTIFICATION FOR THE LICENSED HAIR                                                                       BARB 2000
                       35066   CHC        Lankford, T. 9/8/08-9/15/08                        2/12            M          9:00am-3:30pm   $70
                       35067   CHC        Lankford, T. 10/6/08-10/13/08                      2/12            M          9:00am-3:30pm   $70
                       35068   CHC        Lankford, T. 11/3/08-11/10/08                      2/12            M          9:00am-3:30pm   $70
                       35069   CHC        Lankford, T. 12/8/08-12/15/08                      2/12            M          9:00am-3:30pm   $70

                       PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
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                       ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES TECHNICIAN                                                                                  CHHS 1091
                       This 20-hour introduction course will prepare career-minded individuals for work as an environmental services technician
                       within the facility services industry. Those who earn their certificate will be prepared for working in hospitality, stadiums and
                       arenas, healthcare, food service, education and restaurant related companies. Students will learn technical terminology and
                       skills related to cleaning as well as hands on utilization of the latest in cutting- edge technology related to equipment and
                       chemical usage. The class is designed to promote professional, knowledgeable and ethical workers with identifiable
                       leadership traits through a 4-week internship assignment. An overview of the entire industry is included in the course regimen.

                       EVENT PLANNING I                                                                                            TRVM 1091
                       Nowadays, there are more parties and events than ever before. They can be big or intimate, happy or solemn, and for business
                       or pleasure. And whether they’re planned or last-minute, entertaining has become a feature of contemporary life. What’s more,
                       participants expect parties and events to be polished and exciting. The course gives you insight into the event planning world.
                       Get answers to key questions such as:
                       •      What sort of people and organizations need events?
                       •      Where do I find clients?
                       •      How much do I charge?
                       •      What paperwork and record-keeping do I need?
                       •      How do I promote and market my business?

                       EVENT PLANNING II                                                                                            TRVM 1091
                       Learn how to speak the industry language in Event Planning Part 2. This class will walk you through the steps of turning your
                       event planning passion into a productive business service. Get valuable information on financing, managing, marketing and
                       staffing your Event Planning Business. Topics will address recently identified trends and expectation for the Event Planning
                       professional.


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FOOD SERVICE PROTECTION                                                                                       RSTO 1041
This course is a training and certification program for owners and operators of establishments, which prepare and serve food to
the public. Topics covered include methods of proper food storage, techniques for sanitary food service preparation, employee
sanitation training, pest control, accident prevention, housekeeping management, conforming to sanitation regulations and
standards, and elimination of undesirable facility conditions which might contribute to outbreaks of food borne disease. After
completing this course, your certification is good for two years and satisfies Texas Health Laws. After 2 years, participants
may reapply with the State Health Department for renews up to six years. A book will be distributed at the first class meeting.

OSHA TRAINING                                                                                             OSHT 1015
This is a 12-hour General Industry training component designed to inform and develop a safer workplace for employers and
employees. OSHA requires employers to protect their employees from workplace hazards and decrease the personal injuries
and illness that arise in place of work situations.




                                                                                                                                      CONTINUING EDUCATION
RECERTIFICATION FOR THE LICENSED HAIR                                                                            BARB 2000
This 12-hour course will provide update training in licensees specialties which meets the continuing education requirements
associated with professional licensure for recertification. Intensive training in an identified area(s) to meet continuing
education and/or review/update requirements associated with professional licensure or certification. This course was
designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency. This course includes sanitation guidelines and
procedures (4 hours) required by the State Board.

EARLY CHILD CARE PROFESSIONAL
CHILD GUIDANCE AND DISCIPLINE: WHO’S IN CONTROL?                                                            CDEC 1012
32039   CHC-101    Wooten, T.   11/8/08      1/8                                         S       8:00am-4:30pm   $30

MAINTAINING PROFESSIONALISM                                                                                 CDEC 2000
32035   CHC-101   Wooten, T.                       12/6/08              1/8              S       8:00am-4:30pm   $30

PARENTS AS PARTNERS                                                                                         CDEC 1091
32038   CHC-101   Wooten, T.                       10/25/08             1/8              S       8:00am-4:30pm   $30

WELLNESS LABORATORY EXPERIENCE                                                                              CDEC 1002
32034  OFF SITE  STAFF      -                                           2/16             TBA     8:00am-4:30pm   $59

EARLY CHILD CARE PROFESSIONAL COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
CHILD GUIDANCE AND DISCIPLINE: WHO’S IN CONTROL?                                                            CDEC 1012
Have you ever walked into an early childhood classroom and wondered who was in charge? Sometimes disruptive student
behavior can make even the most seasoned childcare professionals seem out of control. Learn what you can do to regain
control of the classroom. There are proven strategies you can use to correct tantrums, tattling, and too much talking.
PRE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

MAINTAINING PROFESSIONALISM                                                                                    CDEC 2000
Growth planning and goal setting are important parts of the professional development and success of any child care provider.
This workshop will help you explore effective strategies and techniques for dealing with stress, conflict and burn-out while
focusing on essential professional strengths such as ethical values and behaviors. This is an intermediate class for child care
providers that have been working in the child care field for at least two years. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

PARENTS AS PARTNERS                                                                                            CDEC 1091
Relating to parents is often one of the most difficult things in the child care profession. Discover some possible reasons for the
problem and learn to “head ‘em off at the pass” Explore ways to involve parents at home and in the classroom. Topics address
recently identified current events, skills, knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or
occupation and relevant to the professional development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated
multiple times to improve student proficiency. PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.
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                       WELLNESS LABORATORY EXPERIENCE                                                                                CDEC 1002
                       Bring wellness learning into your daycare facility. This unique 2-day training format allows child care workers to plan, practice
                       and participate in real-world wellness situations. Participants will be asked to observe and assess their own in-house nutrition,
                       health, hygiene and safety practices and make recommendations for improvements using industry health and safety guidelines.
                       PRE-REGISTRATION AND CONSULTATION IS REQUIRED.

                       GREEN BUILDING INSTITUTE
                       GREEN BUILDING CERTIFICATE                                                                                   CNBT 1091
                       32045  CHC-104    STAFF                           9/9/08-12/16/08      15/42           T          6:00pm-9:00pm   $1495

                       GREEN BUILDING INSTITUTE COURSE DECRIPTION
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                       GREEN BUILDING CERTIFICATE                                                                                      CNBT 1091
                       If you work in the design and construction industries and are seeking to further your career, this certificate will greatly increase
                       your competency and ability to contribute and advance. The following are examples of industry-related audiences who would
                       benefit from this certificate: design professional, contractors, and builders; planners and commissioners; facilities managers
                       and stakeholders; built environment engineers and decision-makers. Our twelve week certificate program provides a
                       comprehensive overview of the following construction topics: site development, energy efficiency and conservation, water use
                       and conservation, day lighting and natural ventilation, environmentally smart materials, integrated building and energy systems,
                       occupant health and productivity, deconstruction, life cycle costing, and recycling, building commissions, economics of
                       sustainability, and LEED rating system and accreditation.

                       LAW ENFORCEMENT
                       INTERMEDIATE ARREST, SEARCH, SEIZURE                                                                         CJLE 1049
                       34193   CVCH-102  Norton, B.   9/15/08-9/16/08                         2/16            MT         8:00am-5:00pm   $60

                       LAW ENFORCEMENT COURSE DESCRIPTION
                       INTERMEDIATE ARREST, SEARCH, SEIZURE                                                                         CJLE 1049
                       This 16-hour TCLEOSE Intermediate Core- Course will cover issues related to probable cause, detention, and arrest.,
                       exceptions to search warrant requirements, principles of preparing valid search warrants, the uniqueness of the pretrial
                       suppression hearing and possible civil liability for improper arrests, searches, and seizures. The course will also cover
                       juvenile justice procedures related to arrest, search, and seizure.

                       COMPUTERS
                       COMPUTER BASICS                                                                                              ITSC 1012
                       32011  CHC                     STAFF              10/21/08-12/2/08     12/24           TR         3:30pm-5:30pm    $126
                       32009  CHC                     STAFF              10/21/08-12/2/08     12/24           TR         6:00pm-8:00pm    $126

                       COMPUTER KEYBOARDING                                                                                         POFT 1010
                       32005  CHC      STAFF                             9/9/08-10/9/08       12/24           TR         6:00pm-8:30pm   $126

                       COMPUTERS COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                       COMPUTER BASICS                                                                                               ITSC 1012
                       This is an excellent opportunity to older adults or those who have putt off learning the computer, but are wanting to get back to
                       work. This is an introductory level course designed for those who already have basic keyboarding skills. Participants will gain
                       hands-on computer experience in learning basic computer components, terminology, and the Windows environment. You will
                       learn how to navigate your computer and manage files and folders. Internet and search engines, and e-mail will be introduced.
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COMPUTER KEYBOARDING                                                                                             POFT 1010
If you are still pecking the keys on the computer, this is a great opportunity for those persons looking to increase their skills on
the computer. Learn the touch system, a technique which will enhance your computer skills and speed. Participants will learn
the correct finger placement while preparing and editing simple documents.

HEALTH / WELLNESS
ASSISTED LIVING MANAGEMENT                                                                                    LTCA 2000
35074   CVCH-TBA   Ojomo, J.                       9/12/08-10/31/08     8/24             F         9:00am-12:00pm $150

NURSING HOME ACTIVITY DIRECTOR                                                                                GERS 1004
35072   CVCH-TBA   Ojomo, J.   9/6/08-12/20/08                          16/90            S         9:00am-4:00pm   $302




                                                                                                                                        CONTINUING EDUCATION
HEALTH / WELLNESS COURSE DECRIPTIONS
ASSISTED LIVING MANAGEMENT                                                                                      LTCA 2000
This course is designed to train and educate persons interested in entering this rapidly growing area of health care. Topics
include assisted living facility standards, characteristics and needs of the residents, information regarding resident assessment,
skills needed for working with families, residents and professionals, basic principles of management, nutritional services,
federal laws, community resources, financial management and ethical standards. Intensive training in an identified area(s)
to meet continuing education and/or review/update requirements associated with professional licensure or certification. This
course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency. This 24-hour course
meets Texas Department of Human Services requirements for assisted living facility managers.

NURSING HOME ACTIVITY DIRECTOR                                                                                GERS 1004
This 90-hour state required course is designed to promote professional, knowledgeable and effective Nursing Home Activity
Directors. The course encompasses a broad spectrum of accepted techniques proven to be effective for the residents living in
today’s nursing homes. Preparation for the role of Nursing Home Activity Director. Development in appropriate skills, theory,
psychology, and record keeping to meet regulatory requirements. Topics include program planning, working in groups,
developing an activities department, and therapeutic techniques. Special attention will be devoted to the latest OBRA
regulations regarding the activity department and the paper work required by activity professionals. A structured 90-hour
practicum is also included in the course. Required textbook is available in the College bookstore.

STANDARDIZED TEST PREPARATION
GED PRACTICE TEST                                                                                             DLEZ 1000
32095  CHC-101    Alexander, C.                    8/25/08-11/3/08      1/3              M         1:00pm-4:00pm   $25

GED PREPARATION I                                                                                             DLEZ 1000
32098   CHC-104                Taylor, R.          9/2/08-10/9/08       12/30            TR        9:30am-12:00pm $85
32090   CHC-101                Taylor, R.          9/5/08-10/13/08      14/30            MF        6:00pm-8:30pm   $85

GED PREPARATION II                                                                                            DLEZ 1000
32099   CHC-101    Taylor, R.                      10/14/08-11/20/08 12/30               TR        9:30am-12:00pm $85
32091   CHC-104    Taylor, R.                      10/17/08-11/24/08 14/30               MF        6:00pm-8:30pm   $85

GED MATH PREPARATION                                                                                          DLEZ 1000
32092  CHC-104    STAFF                            10/6/08-10/17/08     10/20            MTWRF     3:00pm-5:00pm   $75

GED READING PREPARATION                                                                                       DLEZ 1000
32093  CHC-104    STAFF                            10/20/08-10/31/08 10/20               MTWRF     3:00pm-5:00pm   $75



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                       STANDARDIZED TEST PREPARATION COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                       GED WRITING PREPARATION                                                                                      DLEZ 1000
                       32094   CHC-104   STAFF                           11/3/08-11/14/08     10/20           MTWRF      3:00pm-5:00pm   $75

                       GED PRACTICE TEST                                                                                           DLEZ 1000
                       Not sure if you’re ready to take the GED test? These authentic paper and pencil assessments, developed and normed side-by-
                       side with the actual GED tests, provide you with the truest picture of your readiness and the most accurate predictor of scores.

                       GED PREPARATION I                                                                                              DLEZ 1000
                       This preparatory class provides developmental reading and math instruction to help build a solid foundation for those taking
                       the GED exam. The class will cover critical thinking skills and guided practice in all five subject areas. Students that struggled
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                       while in school, English as a second language learners, or those requiring more in-depth instruction should enroll in Level I.
                       This class is designed for persons who are at an eight grade reading level or above. Textbook is required.

                       GED PREPARATION II                                                                                          DLEZ 1000
                       This comprehensive class will provide a basic review of the knowledge and skills needed to pass the GED exam. Emphasis is
                       placed on content area knowledge, reading comprehension, writing fluency, and higher order thinking skills for all five subject
                       areas. Students will receive a pre-assessment, targeted practice exercises and test taking strategies to help improve their
                       GED scores. This class is designed for persons who are at the twelfth-grade reading level or above. Textbook is required

                       GED READING PREPARATION                                                                                      DLEZ 1000
                       This 20-hour refresher course is for students that need help specifically with the Verbal parts of the GED exam. This
                       comprehensive course will focus on English literature, grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension, science and social
                       studies. Textbook is required.

                       GED WRITING PREPARATION                                                                                         DLEZ 1000

                       PREPARACION PARA GED                                                                                 DLEZ 1000
                       Este es curso de repaso intensivo para el examen de GED mathematicas y verbal. Se requiere libro: GED en Español.

                       GED MATH PREPARATION                                                                                     DLEZ 1000
                       This refresher course in the math section of the GED exam covers whole numbers, decimals, fractions, units of measure,
                       ratios, percentages, algebraic expressions and signed numbers geometry. Test taking procedures will be practiced.
                       Textbook required.

                       PERSONAL INTEREST
                       FLORAL DESIGN I                                                                                              FMKT 1091
                       32066   CVCH-106               Swanger, B.        9/8/08-10/13/08      6/18            M          6:00pm-9:00pm   $75

                       FLORAL DESIGN II                                                                                             FMKT 1091
                       32067   CH106                  Swanger, B.        11/3/08-12/8/08      6/12            M          6:00pm-9:00pm   $60

                       INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES                                                                                      HRPZ 1000
                       32007   CHC-TBA    STAFF                          9/23/08-10/16/08     8/20            TR         6:00pm-8:30pm   $132

                       PERSONAL INTEREST COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                       FLORAL DESIGN I                                                                                              FMKT 1091
                       Principles of floral art with an emphasis in commercial design. Topics address recently identified current events, skills,
                       knowledge, and/or attitudes and behaviors pertinent to the technology or occupation and relevant to the professional
                       development of the student. This course was designed to be repeated multiple times to improve student proficiency.

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Topics include basic design styles and color harmonies, identification, use, processing of cut flowers and foliages,
mechanical aids and containers, personal flowers, holiday designs, and plant identification and care. Prepare for a career in
the floral industry and create professional masterpieces. Learn to identify and design styles; use florist’s tools and supplies,
prepare containers, process and preserve fresh flowers and greenery, and prepare hand bouquets and corsages. Students
provide supplies at an average cost of $25 weekly.

FLORAL DESIGN II                                                                                           FMKT 1091
Students will employ principles and elements of design to plan and create arrangements for specific occasions, selecting
appropriate materials, containers and accessories.
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INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES                                                                                          HRPZ 1000
Don’t start the interview process before you are ready, you must be prepared to get the job. So, when you have landed an




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interview for a that wonderful job! Successful interviewing will be essential in order for you to lock in an offer. Here are some
tips and strategies for effective interviewing from preparation through delivery. Let’s start with an overview of the keys to
positive interviewing. Participants will gain knowledge how to avoid some of the common mistakes of typical when
interviewing. Our HR professional will give students a mock interview to aid them in developing proper interviewing
techniques.

SENIORS (55 - OLDER)
COMPUTER BASICS FOR SENIORS                                                                                  SRCZ 1000
32011  CHC-121    Taylor, R.                       9/16/08-9/25/08      6/12             TWR      9:30am-11:30am $36

EXPERIENCE AT WORK CERTIFICATE                                                                               SRCZ 1000
32014   CHC-121   STAFF       8/19/08-9/4/08                            6/18             TR       1:00pm-4:00pm   $50

MICROSOFT WORD FOR SENIORS                                                                                   SRCZ 1000
32013  CHC-101   Taylor, R.                        11/4/08-11/13/08     6/12             TWR      9:30am-11:30am $36

NEXT STEP COMPUTING FOR SENIORS                                                                              SRCZ 1000
32012   CHC-101   Taylor, R.  10/7/08-10/16/08                          6/12             TWR      9:30am-11:30am $36

PROTECTING AGAINST IDENTITY THEFT                                                                            SRCZ 1000
32010  CHC-104    Norton, B.   10/3/08                                  1/4              F        9:00am-1:00pm   $20

SPANISH FOR SENIORS                                                                                          SRCZ 1000
32017   CHC-104    Smith, A.                       10/3/08-11/7/08      6/12             F        1:00pm-3:00pm   $45

SENIORS (55 - OLDER) COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
COMPUTER BASICS FOR SENIORS                                                                                 SRCZ 1000
This is your gateway into the wonderful world of technology! In this overview you will “tour” hardware components, operating
systems and common application categories. You will also learn the three vital requirements for your computer’s security.
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EXPERIENCE AT WORK CERTIFICATE                                                                               SRCZ 1000
Gain valuable new skills and experience that can help you secure meaningful employment or provide valuable services to the
community. The Experience Works program will provide workforce and job readiness training for Senior Adults 55 and older.
This program is for Senior Adults that want to remain active and desire to continue making a contribution to the community.

MICROSOFT WORD FOR SENIORS                                                                                   SRCZ 1000
Learn how to edit, create, print and store documents using your home computer. This class will cover basic word
processing terminology, toolbar functions and text formatting. Participants can practice their keyboarding skills while
improving their computer literacy.
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                       PROTECTING AGAINST IDENTITY THEFT                                                                              SRCZ 1000
                       Be pro-active! This 4-hour class is a must have for anyone concerned with protecting their good name and credit history from
                       identity thieves. This course covers numerous areas of identity theft to include types of identity crime, current trends, legal
                       aspects of the crime and the recommended law enforcement response to the type of crime.
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                       SPANISH FOR SENIORS                                                                                           SRCZ 1000
                       This beginning Spanish class is designed to introduce Spanish speaking skills in a fun, non threatening environment. Oral
                       activities will focus on greetings, common daily activities, current events, information exchange, and cultural understanding.
                       Participants will begin to develop creative conversational ability through the practice of basic grammar, vocabulary,
                        pronunciation and sentence structure. Upon completion, participants will be able to use Spanish to greet visitors, gather
                       personal data, receive phone calls, and make simple requests.
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                       NEXT STEP COMPUTING FOR SENIORS                                                                            SRCZ 1000
                       If you understand basic computer operations such as how to turn on/off a computer; how to use a keyboard and mouse; and
                       how to store and retrieve data, then you are ready for Next Step Computing for Seniors. This class provides continued study
                       of computer terminology and technology to help you become comfortable with software applications and program executions.
                       Computer technology is changing everyday. Take the Next Step in learning so that you can keep up with changing technology.
                       The class size is limited to allow time for questions and individualized help.




                                                                      Prospective Instructors
                          The Continuing Education Division welcomes course proposals from prospective instructors. Our instructors are part
                          time contractors that are encouraged to develop course curriculum and provide instruction in their areas of expertise. We
                          currently are accepting proposals for our Spring 2009 session, which runs January through May. We accept proposals
                          for all program areas.

                          To have your classes considered, please mail or fax your resume or summary of your qualifications and one proposal
                          form for each class being proposed.Please submit to:

                          Rose Blair
                          Director of Corporate and Community Development
                          Cedar Valley College
                          3030 N. Dallas Avenue
                          Lancaster, Texas 75134

                          Phone: 972.860.2995
                          Fax: 972.860.2941
                          Email: rblair@dcccd.edu

                          Visit our website at www.cedarvalleycollege.edu/CE
                          and go to Perspective Instructors for the required Course Proposal form.

                          Note: Course/Program Proposals are due by April 30th for consideration for the Fall semester, by August 30th for the
                          Spring semester, and by January 30th for the Summer semester.




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                 3030 North Dallas Avenue
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Lancaster, Texas 75134
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Continuing Education Registration Form
NOTICE: A 100% refund is given if you make the request prior to the first day of the scheduled class (i.e. by the close of business on the day prior to the first
class). An 80% refund is given if you drop the class prior to the second class. No refunds available after the second class meeting. To drop a course, call (972)
860-2995 or come by the Continuing Education registration counter located in Building L. Refunds may take up to 30 days. The Continuing Education/Workforce
Division reserves the right to change instructors after the schedule printing. Such changes are not grounds for a refund. Enrollment in a series constitutes one
class.


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CONTINUING EDUCATION INDEX                                                                                            Intro to Automotive Technology ....................................................................57
                                                                                                                      Intro to Basic Graphic Design .......................................................................69
Advanced Design Photography ....................................................................82                    Intro to Pc Operating Systems......................................................................69
Air Conditioning Control Principles ...............................................................58                 Introduction to Business Logistics ................................................................62
Art Appreciation ............................................................................................83       Introduction to Criminal Justice ....................................................................61
Assisted Living Management........................................................................71                  Introduction To Speech Communication .......................................................82
Automotive Electrical Systems .....................................................................57                 Inventory Control Manager/Supervisor .........................................................62
Basic Animation ............................................................................................68        Investment ....................................................................................................76
Basic Electricity for HVAC ............................................................................58             Karate (Ages 8-Adult) ...................................................................................81
Basic Hand Sewing ......................................................................................81            Karate: Defending Against the Bully (Ages 5-8) ...........................................87
Basic Principles of Human Resources for Small Business...........................51                                   Leadership Development for New Supervisors ............................................51
Basketball, Intermediate ...............................................................................81            Logistics Manager/Supervisor ......................................................................62
Basketball/Volleyball, Beginning ...................................................................81                Maintaining Professionalism .........................................................................59
Beginning Spanish Conversation I ...............................................................67                    Marketing ......................................................................................................77
Body Systems...............................................................................................71         Mathematics .................................................................................................77
Building Wealth.............................................................................................81        Media Relations: Generating More Media Coverage ...................................51
Business & Financial Analysis ......................................................................51                Medical Insurance Billing ..............................................................................71
Business Marketing ......................................................................................51           Medical Law & Ethics for Health Professional ..............................................72
Business Plan Writing...................................................................................54            Medical Law and Ethics ................................................................................72
Ceramics I ....................................................................................................83     Medical Terminology .....................................................................................72
Ceramics II ...................................................................................................83     Microsoft Word for Seniors ...........................................................................88
Certified Nurse Aide......................................................................................71          Motorcycle Rider...........................................................................................81
Child Guidance And Discipline: Who’s In Control? .......................................59                            MS Excel ......................................................................................................69
Coding Certification Review .........................................................................71               Nursing Home Activity Director .....................................................................72
Computer Basics ..........................................................................................68          Organizational Behavior ...............................................................................51
Computer Basics For Seniors.......................................................................87                  OSHA Training ..............................................................................................55
Computer Keyboarding.................................................................................68               OSHA Training, Construction Specific ..........................................................55
Computer Literacy ........................................................................................69          Parents as Partners ......................................................................................59
Continuous Commissioning Seminar ...........................................................63                        Payroll & Business Tax Accounting ..............................................................51
Conversational American Sign Language for Workplace .............................67                                   Personal Computer Hardware ......................................................................69
Cooking Essentials .......................................................................................81          Phlebotomy I.................................................................................................72
Court System and Practices .........................................................................61                Phlebotomy II, Clinical Practice ....................................................................72
Crisis Management for Business ..................................................................51                   Photography I ...............................................................................................83
Customer Service Training ...........................................................................51               Physical Fitness, Beginning..........................................................................82
Defensive Driving .........................................................................................81         Physical Therapy Aide ..................................................................................72
Dental Assisting ............................................................................................71       Piano Class (Ages 6-12)...............................................................................87
Digital Imaging I ............................................................................................69      Piano, Adult I ................................................................................................82
Digital Publishing I ........................................................................................69       Preparacion Para GED .................................................................................79
Ebay Basics for Seniors ...............................................................................87             Principles of Accounting I .............................................................................51
EKG Technician ............................................................................................71         Principles of Accounting II ............................................................................51
Environmental Services Technician ..............................................................55                    Principles of Economics ...............................................................................51
ESL Workplace Foundations “A” ..................................................................67                    Professional Power Point Presentations ......................................................69
ESL Workplace Foundations “B” ..................................................................67                    Project Management ....................................................................................52
Essential Medical Terminology .....................................................................71                 Protecting Against Identity Theft ...................................................................88
Event Planning I ...........................................................................................55        Public Relations for Small Business & Non Profit.........................................51
Event Planning II ..........................................................................................55        Quick Books I ...............................................................................................52
Event Videography .......................................................................................83           Real Estate Appraisal ...................................................................................76
Excel Charts and Graphs .............................................................................69               Real Estate Brokerage .................................................................................77
Excel Formulas & Calculations .....................................................................69                 Real Estate Computer Applications ..............................................................77
Experience at Work Certificate .....................................................................87                Real Estate Law of Agency...........................................................................77
Federal Income Tax: Individual .....................................................................51                Real Estate Law of Contracts .......................................................................77
Finance .........................................................................................................76   Real Estate Principles I ................................................................................77
Fine Arts Appreciation...................................................................................81           Real Estate Principles II ...............................................................................76
First Aid for Child Care Providers .................................................................59                Recertification for The Licensed Hair ...........................................................55
Fitness, Intermediate ....................................................................................82          Refrigeration Principles ................................................................................58
Floral Design I ..............................................................................................82      Reiki, Level I .................................................................................................82
Floral Design II .............................................................................................82      Seniors Next Step Computing For Seniors...................................................88
Food Service Protection ...............................................................................55             Smart & Sustainable City Growth .................................................................63
Fundamentals of Criminal Law .....................................................................61                  Spanish for Seniors ......................................................................................88
GED Math Preparation .................................................................................79              Spanish, Level I ............................................................................................67
GED Practice Test ........................................................................................79          Spanish, Level II ...........................................................................................67
GED Preparation ..........................................................................................79          Storage and Distribution Management .........................................................62
GED Preparation I ........................................................................................79          Strategic Planning ........................................................................................52
GED Preparation II .......................................................................................79          Sustainable Design Concepts and Practices................................................63
GED Reading Preparation ............................................................................79                Swimming, Intermediate for 65+ ...................................................................88
GED Writing Preparation ..............................................................................79              Swing Out, Beginning ...................................................................................82
Golf, Beginning .............................................................................................82       Swing Out, Intermediate ...............................................................................82
Green Building Certificate.............................................................................63             The Entrepreneur Business Training ............................................................55
Green Home Economics ..............................................................................63                 Transportation Manager/Supervisor .............................................................62
Grow Your Business with Great Customer ..................................................51                           Understanding Basic Childcare Standards I .................................................59
Guide to Recent U.S. Generations ...............................................................51                    Understanding Basic Childcare Standards II ................................................59
Home Cooking For The Working Family.......................................................82                          Warehouse and Distribution Center Management........................................62
How to Start Your Own Business..................................................................55                    Weight Training, Beginning...........................................................................82
How to Grow Your Existing Business ...........................................................55                      Weight Training, Intermediate.......................................................................82
ICD-9 Coding ................................................................................................71       Wellness Laboratory Experience ..................................................................59
Intermediate Arrest, Search, Seizure............................................................67                    What Is Green and What Is Sustainability ....................................................63
Interviewing Techniques ...............................................................................83             You’re On The Air - Voice Overs ...................................................................82
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